Steph, Joel, Louis, and Brett kick off the podcast with a discussion on the ways that we interact...
This week’s edition of the investor exchange podcast kicks off with a discussion on the COVID-19 situation in Victoria. It’s been 20 days since Victoria recorded its last case and is on track towards a COVID normal Christmas. Following that, Louis talks about the benefits of holiday for your mental health which in turn impacts our performance in work and in life. Brett takes us through the changes in stamp duty that will soon be in place for home buyers soon and breaks down what the costs and benefits will be. Finally, Joel provides a share market update and highlighting the current situation in the United States.
Joel, Brett and Louis begin the podcast with their take on the controversial outcome of the U.S presidential election. In today’s update, Joel discusses the recent turn in global markets and where the new winners and losers are. Brett updates us on the new changes in property market conditions in the regional area. Lastly, Louis brings with him the latest in superannuation fund performance.
This week’s episode starts off with a discussion on the United States’ Presidential election and how it is too early to predict the outcome. Following that, Joel provides us with an update on the Stock Market performance during the elections and how the market is pricing in a Biden win. Furthermore, Brett informs us of the new record interest rates announced by the Reserve Bank of Australia and what it means for property owners. Lastly, Louis sheds light on the court proceedings of Rest Superannuation Fund and it’s failures in protecting retirement savings.
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
In this week’s podcast, Joel, Brett and Louis open the conversation with a discussion on the latest Victorian lockdown rumors. As we are seeing a historic run within the market, investors seem to be optimistic, however, this may not last long. Joel brings with him important information on what the underlying data says about the market direction.
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Investors probably will experience three or four of these type of market events in their lifetime – October 2008 when the global financial crisis hit being the last one; October 1987 being another that is seared into the memories of a generation of investors.
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