This week we release a third “Social Distance” episode where Joel, Steph, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. As our share market investment, property investment and financial advisory team navigate through the past few weeks of turmoil, we have developed some hypothesis and conclusions around the recent economic events. This is an episode that you surely do not want to miss, especially the ending remarks made by Joel Hewish, CEO of United Global Capital.
This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:
- Share Market Investment: Followers of the share market would have seen significant rises star to occur again. The big investment theme for the recent winners are those who are benefitting from the lifestyle changes that arose from the work-from-home government order. Joel gives us information of what key factors to look out for when deciding on which stocks to invest in to take advantage of the current economic situation.
- Property Investment: As we navigate through these uncertain times, truing to gauge what is happening in the property market is becoming increasingly difficult. Brett brings with him the UBS forecast for property development and real estate and gives us some insight into what we should see happen in the property market moving forward.
- Personal Finance: In light of all the recent stimulus measures this is a segment you do not want to miss. Louis brings information on how we can make the most out of the stimulus measures and what the tax deduction implications are for working from home.
You Cannot Be Serious
Stuck Outside: Coronavirus means that most people are staying inside but it doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to drive which means drink driving is still an occurrence. In Adelaide there was a person pulled over because they had a rosebush stuck in the door of their car.
Daylight Savings: In New Zealand a news reader forgot to but the L in clocks when announcing daylight savings and reminded all the mail readers to but their clocks back, but without the L.
Dr Bubble Head: There is a bubblehead for Dr Fauci, the American physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease as an advisor during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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