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Episode 8: Australia Reaches 25 Million
Episode 8 of The Investor Exchange Australia's population reached 25 million this week, the team discuss the impact of this and the infrastructure required for population growth, Plus major banks caught up in the Royal Commission, Cryptocurrencies and working out in the nude. Listen and enjoy. The Royal Commission is having an impact Commonwealth Bank's profit falls after spending $1.1 billion on penalties and costs that included a $700m civil penalty from AUSTRAC. AMP's first half net...
Episode 7: What’s an Apple Worth?
Episode 7 of The Investor Exchange Among the topics discussed today are the world's most expensive company, what to do with an inheritance what to make of the noise in the media surrounding property values. Listen in and enjoy. An Apology First up listeners an apology from the team. A mixture of travel and work commitments limited our ability to record an episode last week. We apologise and will make it up to you by packing in more valuable insights, education and humor in the coming...
Episode 6: Guiding Principles for Investors
Episode 6 of The Investor Exchange Steph is back at the helm this week and celebrating her birthday. She kicks off discussions with concerns about security of her medical information, we discuss fund manager performance, how to decide on an financial strategy and claiming a tax deduction on a boob job. Are Your Medical Records Safe? Australians have until October 15 to decide if they want their medical records stored in an online system called My Health Record, owned by the Australian...
Episode 5: Shares v Property
Episode 5 of The Investor Exchange The boys are let loose this episode with Steph away. Louis steps up to host and promotes a boxing match between share investing and property investing, 700 Financial Advisers Lose Their Licence Joel updated us on the fallout from the Royal Commission with the combination of changes at AMP and the closure of Dover leaving 700 Financial Advisers and thousands of clients without a home. Joel also provided an economic update on the changes to trade...
Episode 4: Pexa, Drugs and a Payphone
Episode 4 of The Investor Exchange The podcast had its first significant drug reference with Louis liking Mobile Phone usage to Cocaine Addiction, while Steph admitted to using an actual payphone this week. Don't believe her - listen in to hear about it. Australia miss the medals Joel kicked us off with a discussion around the rankings of the developed worlds equity markets performance over the last year. Norway lead the way, Australia missed the top 3 but only just and performed better...
Episode 3 – EOFY Sans Louis
Welcome to Episode 3 of The Investor Exchange Louis couldn't join us this week but the 3 remaining soldiers pushed on and discussed the state of the financial services industry, investment property depreciation, how to identify quality stocks, stand up paddle boarding to work and a penis visible from space. Listen in to find out more. How are AMP still in business? Brett kicked us off with the story of Graeme Cowper, a financial planner reported to ASIC in January 2010 for misconduct...
Episode 2 – Property Market, China Economy & Penis Shootings
Welcome to Episode 2 of The Investor Exchange A lot of property matters discussed this week and some great insights into the Chinese economy. Enjoy listening. Is Australia headed for a Property Market Crash? Joel lead the discussion regarding the state of the Australian Real Estate Market and media reports about a potential crash. Data presented showed conflicting views as to the likely future of the property market. Should you be worried - we don't think so - listen to find out...
Episode 1 – The Starting Line
Welcome to Episode 1 of The Investor Exchange LIke a sprinter out of the blocks from The Starting Line, we've got plenty for you in this opening episode with so much happening in Australia and the rest of the world there's something in here for everyone. Is your retirement under threat? Joel has a rant about changes the ALP are implementing to Superannuation that appear to have gone under the radar for most of us but will have a big impact on our retirement savings. Our Investor...