Episode 93: The Reality Of Our Economic Recovery.

This week, the podcast reviews the economic data released various governments and regulatory bodies. This data provides more clarity on whether we will be seeing another sell off in the stock market.  Furthermore, we continue on the popular topic of superannuation planning, but this time, how you can plan your contributions before EOFY. Lastly, Brett discusses the latest property investment trend of build to rent and what kind of returns it may yield.

This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:

  • Current Economic Recovery: This week we are seeing the worst unemployment rate in 19 years in Australia. Joel talks through the current economic indicators such as employment, business confidence as well as financial market activity in both Australia and USA and reveal what these indicators mean.
  • Super Contributions: Coming to end of financial year and people planning their superannuation, there are many ways that you can plan contributions to ensure the best financial outcome. UGC’s head of financial planning, Louis, gives us rare insight into the latest superannuation regulation changes and strategies in this podcast.
  • Property Market Update: Build to rent refers to a residential development in which all apartments are owned by the developer, often a managed investment trust and leased out to tenants. In this podcast, we discuss the increasing momentum of this strategy in Australia as well as the major advantages and disadvantages of engaging in these projects.

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