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.
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
Episode 110. Manifest Growth In Business And In Life With David Guest from the Outcomes Business Group.
This week’s episode, we welcome a special guest, David Guest from Outcomes Business Group. Joel begins the podcast with an update on the stock market and how it is showing signs of recovery following a period of slump in September. Following that, Brett talks through the price movements and the impact that COVID is continuing to have in property. Self-Managed Superannuation Fund is emerging as an outperforming option, Louis provides you with information on how it will positively impact your retirement. Our special guest David reveals secrets that he’s uncovered from business coaching that may be useful for you to manifest growth in income and growth in your life.
Today’s podcast starts off with a quick update on the major events that took place around the world this week. Louis brings to light some of the changes made to the federal budget in comparison to previous years’ budgets and highlights its pros and cons. Brett tells us about the implications of the federal budget on the property market and how first home buyers have a variety options available for them to enter the market right now. In the last segment, Joel tells us about fusion energy, a new source of energy that has been floating around in the news and its benefits over more conventional sources of energy.
This week’s episode starts off with a discussion on the first Presidential debate in the United States and Jenny Mikakos leaving the office in Victoria following the Hotel Quarantine debacle and investigation. Furthermore, the group deliberated on the restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and what steps could have been taken to prevent this situation. Brett sheds light on what and how long it takes for people to enter the property market and save for their first deposit. Louis expands on a topic addressed in the last week’s episode which is the magic number for retirement and what you can do to work towards it.
Today’s podcast begins with a discussion on the restrictions that might be lifted in Victoria in the coming weeks. Joel talks to us about the announcement in regard to consumer protection laws that follows the global financial crisis. Brett provides an update on the property market and the impact of the low-interest rate for people who are looking to purchase the property. Lastly, Louis informs us of the factors to be considered when planning our retirement.
Today’s episode begins with the concerns surrounding the increasing number of scams during the COVID-19 crisis. Louis advises us how to help other people when we think that they are being scammed. Brett brings with him an update on the property market and potential property investing options. Lastly, Joel talks through the different hedging strategies adopted in our portfolios.
This week, the podcast kicks off with a discussion on multiple protests carried out on social media. As many investors begin to feel pessimism in the stock market, Louis provides us with information on how to best prepare yourself to take advantage when the situation reverses. Brett provides an update on the situation of different property markets across Australia. Lastly, Joel provides the US stock market performance and answers the popular question of whether now is a good time to invest.
This episode begins with Joel, Louis and Brett discussing the recently leaked information regarding Victoria’s latest lockdown extension. They delve into real statistics from government and medical authorities that question the legitimacy of a prolonged lockdown. Joel brings with him the reasoning behind the significant pullback in the stock market and how it will affect the performance of your portfolio. Brett brings with him the August property update and Louis finishes the podcast with an on how time and money affect your ability to move up the wealth ladder.