About Härje Ronngard

Harje Ronngard is a Junior Analyst at Markets and Money.

With an academic background in finance and investments, Harje knows how simple, yet difficult investing can be. He has worked with a range of assets classes, from futures to equities. But he’s found his niche in equity valuation.

It’s not good enough to be right on average when it comes to investing. The market is volatile and it only takes one bad day to ruin your portfolio. You don’t want to end up like the six foot man that drowned in the river that was five foot deep on average. It’s why Harje is constantly reminding investors of their downside risk here at Markets and Money. He does so by simply asking just two questions.  What is it worth? And how much does it cost?

These two questions alone open up a world of investment opportunities which Harje shares with Markets and Money readers.

Right now Harje is focused on managing research and investments over at the Legacy Portfolio. An investment publication designed to significantly grow investor’s wealth over time with deeply undervalued businesses.

Harje also contributes his insights in Total Income, headed by income specialist Matt Hibbard. Harje loves cash-rich businesses, so he feels right at home amongst Matt’s high yielding income plays.

interest rates Australia

Why a Rise in Interest Rates Won’t Mean Much

It’s definitely possible that the US and even Australia could lift interest rates in the future. This would cause bond prices to drop and the supply of money to contract. But even if rates were to rise 1%, rates across the developed world would still be extremely low.
oil price rise

Why the Oil Price Surge Is Set to Continue

Watching the price of oil is like watching the price of bitcoin. Many are asking themselves when this rally will end. It’s extremely hard to predict future prices, especially those of commodities. But you’d have to agree that if the supply of oil continues to fall, then prices should continue to increase.
Aussie Property Has Nothing on Hong Kong

Aussie Property Has Nothing on Hong Kong

Think Aussie property is seriously overvalued? Then you’ll think property in Hong Kong is ridiculous! Hong Kong dwelling prices have climbed 11% this year. And that’s coming off continuous growth since 2009.