Episode 90: Be Fearful When People Are Greedy, Be Greedy When People Are Fearful.

This week we release a “Social Distance” episode where Steph, Joel, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. The podcast begins with a discussion the investor sentiment that we have seen from major investors, such as the famous Warren Buffet during the panic sell off in the stock market.  Furthermore, they also discuss ATO’s regulations around tax strategies as well as the latest update in the property market.

This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:

  • Fear and Greed: Warren Buffet is the most famous investor in the world who has averaged a 17% return compounded over a 50 year span. However, many headlines are beginning to suggest that his decision making ability has begun to falter in the past 10 years of his career. Joel breaks down Warren Buffet’s biggest success strategies and how recent events may contradict some of his previous teachings.
  • Trouble with the ATO: There are some murky definitions when it comes to planning financial activities that coincide with tax benefits. This podcast discusses what these definitions are as well as some ways the ATO can track your compliance towards certain regulations.
  • Property Market Update: Recent figures show that net migration to Australia will decline by around 50%. Westpac has released data and show that demand for dwellings will decrease from 180,000 to 100,000 in the next year. Brett discusses what this outlook will mean for investors and property sellers in the near future.

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