Episode 125 – What is Happening on the Stock Exchange?

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This week’s podcast kicks off with Joel discussing around the investment markets and their corrections. This is followed by Brett talking about the construction industry in Australia. Louis finishes this of by discussing around an article released by Rain Maker on the correlation of Super Performance and the level of Women in leadership positions.

This Weeks Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:

  • Investment Markets: Joel talks about the investment markets and the current corrections happening around technology stocks.
  • Construction Industry: Brett discusses with us around the construction industry in Australian and how the pandemic has affected this industry and how it affects property prices.
  • Women in Leadership Positions: Louis talks to us about an article released by Rain Maker about the correlation of Super performance and Women in Leadership Positions.

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