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The government's home loan guarantee
In this episode of For What It's Worth, InvestSMART's Chief Market Strategist, Evan Lucas, and special guest Sophie Elsworth – National Personal Finance Writer at News Corp, discuss why Labor’s franking credits policy is likely to look different once the dust settles from the election, why ‘savers’ have more to lose from an interest rate cut than mortgage holders, and question whether you’d want the government as your guarantor on your home.
The buy now, pay later phenomenon
In this episode of For What It's Worth, InvestSMART's Chief Market Strategist, Evan Lucas, and special guest Brooke Corte, Presenter on Your Money, debate the buy now, pay later phenomenon and the age of instant gratification. They also explore the world of housing finance, question whether savers have been forgotten, and look at the impact that fees have on investment returns.
Should Australia become more Scandi?
In this episode of For What It's Worth, InvestSMART’s Chief Market Strategist, Evan Lucas, and Editor-in-Chief, Alan Kohler, debate the merit of a Scandinavian tax system and discuss the unique situation we find ourselves in with bonds and equities.
Are we heading towards a recession?
In this episode of For What It's Worth, 2GB's Steve Price joins InvestSMART's Chief Market Strategist Evan Lucas to debate whether money will be thrown around like confetti at the upcoming Federal Budget. They also query the impact of changes to franking credits, negative gearing and capital gains tax, and ultimately, question whether the nation is heading towards a recession.
Are all millennials socialists?
In this opening episode of For What It’s Worth, InvestSMART’s Editor-in-Chief Alan Kohler, and Chief Market Strategist Evan Lucas ponder whether rates will be cut, the smashed avocado conundrum, and our very own tech stocks.