Steph, Joel, Louis, and Brett kick off the podcast with a discussion on the ways that we interact...
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
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 week's episode, we welcome a special guest, Ross De Vincentiis from ROSSFIT. Brett begins the...
It’s often said that for a better chance at investment success, portfolio decisions should never be guided by specific moments. This is probably more evident than ever in this volatile market, where daily swings can reach surprising heights and then record lows. Disregarding your long-term investment plan and letting only emotions dictate whether you should cash out or accumulate more at such times can be costly.
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.
When it comes to securing “safe” assets, it seems some will go to extraordinary lengths.
Australia has one of the highest rates of share ownership in the world. According to an ASX Australian Investor Study, approximately 37 per cent of Australian adults hold shares either directly (31 per cent) or indirectly (7 per cent derivatives and 11 per cent invest in other on-exchange investments), making us a country with one of the highest rates of share ownership in the world