The governmental decision to announce an unprecedented Stage 4 lockdown has caused a widespread prediction of prolonged damage in the economy. In our 100th podcast episode, we address key topics such as the possibility of a vaccine while we breakdown events that lead to the Victorian Stage 4 lockdown. This includes what many headlines you may see do not report.
While Victoria’s lockdown might have an impact on Australia’s GDP, major markets around the world are beginning to recover. Brett provides an update on the outlook of the property market and how the lender’s mortgage insurance benefits first-time buyers.
To deal with the consequences of rising cases, the Government has offered new incentives and amended existing ones to help the people during these difficult times. Louis provides us with details on the recent developments in Victoria and the steps taken by the Government to help all those impacted by COVID-19. Joel provides an update on the expected deficit and what should be done to reverse the effects of COVID-19 on the Australian economy. Lastly, Brett provides an update on the property market and the underlying causes that have led to a stagnated market.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, new trends can be observed in the property market. Considering recent events, the market has been a state of flux. Brett provides his insight on the property market in Australia and what can be expected in the future. Joel provides an update on the EOFY results and how the Stock Market performed in the face of recent crises.
With indexes in the US such as the NASDAQ creeping higher and higher each day, many suggest that we are due for a pullback. Joel brings with him latest economic and stock market data to keep investors updated on whether it is still the right time to buy. Brett brings with him predictions in the property market and what buyers can expect in the coming months.
As fear mongering headlines catch investor’s attention, we dissect popular beliefs of the conditions in the real-estate market. Also Joel announces the momentous next step of his fund managing career as he launches United Global Capital’s very own global hedge fund, stay tuned to find out how he will execute his winning strategy.
This week, we have our special guest, Paul Ostaff, Principal Consultant at Reignite Consulting, appear in this episode of The Investor Exchange Podcast. Paul speaks about how he has transformed his career and what he does to help business owners transform their businesses. Furthermore, in a segment you definitely do not want to miss before EOFY, Louis speaks about penalties that have been announced for certain strategies this financial year and how you can rectify potential mistakes before it is too late!
This week, the podcast reviews the economic data released various governments and regulatory bodies. This data provides more clarity on whether we will be seeing another sell off in the stock market. Furthermore, we continue on the popular topic of superannuation planning, but this time, how you can plan your contributions before EOFY. Lastly, Brett discusses the latest property investment trend of build to rent and what kind of returns it may yield.
This week, the podcast focuses on grim indicators and forecasts in the stock market and the residential real estate market and how it will impact investors. Furthermore we discuss fear mongering headlines we are seeing everywhere and how we can discern between factual information and sensationalist headlines that drive web traffic.
The podcast begins with a discussion about the latest media revelation that Australia is now in a recession. We breaks down what a technical recession means and how your lives will be affected by this piece of news. Furthermore, we will provide you with valuable insight on current stock market performances, the new $25,000 grant for first home builders as well as tips to prevent yourself from hackers.
This week we release a “Social Distance” episode where Steph, Joel, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. The podcast begins with a discussion the investor sentiment that we have seen from major investors, such as the famous Warren Buffet during the panic sell off in the stock market. Furthermore, we discuss ATO’s regulations around tax strategies as well as the latest update in the property market.
The podcast begins with a discussion around identity scams, especially those that involve the withdrawal of $10,000 from your superannuation fund. Furthermore they speak on personal wealth management strategies in managing superannuation, taxes as well as mortgages in order to get the best bang out your buck.