Episode 111. The US Presidential Sway Stock Market Investors.

The podcast kicks start with our special guest Jen Bishop from Mindful Life Training. Jen tells us about how her business helps the wellbeing of both individuals and teams. Following that, Joel provide us an update on the Stock Market performance given that the US presidential election is just around the corner. Lastly, Brett talks through the National Consumer Credit Protection and its impact on the lending environment.

This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:

  • Mindful life training: Jen gives us tips on how to lower levels of stress and anxiety, and in turn improving levels of well-being and engagement, mental health and mental well-being across organization, especially during COVID environment.
  • Market Update: Joel dives deeper into the recent market volatility in September. While the stock market might experience some volatility in  the short-term, the level of uncertainty is minimal with few variables might pose as a risk to the market.
  • Property Market Update: Brett updates us on the amendment to the National Consumer Credit Protection. With an ease on loan approvals, it can stimulate the purchase of houses and allow more construction to flow through.

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