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Buy, hold, sell? 5 hot ASX-Listed stocks

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Virality in today’s fast-paced, social media-driven world is often fleeting. But does the same go for stocks? This is a topic that Perpetual’s deputy head of equities Anthony Aboud pondered recently.

In October, he joined Ally Selby and WaveStone Capital’s Catherine Allfrey for another edition of Livewire’s Buy Hold Sell to discuss his view on three headline-making stocks on the ASX: Altium (ALU), Life 360 (360) and carsales.com (ASX: CAR). Which of these would Anthony buy, hold or sell? 

Tune in as Anthony reveals what business looks expensive, what sell risks being controversial, and what company he needs the edge on to make an informed call.

Note: This episode was filmed on Tuesday 17 October 2023.

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The views expressed in the video are the opinions of the speakers as at the date of filming and are not a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any security. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.