This week we release a special “Social Distance” episode where Joel, Steph, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. We bring you more information on how we can navigate these uncertain times. In this podcast we address the most recent update on market conditions, deep dive into the most recent stimulus announcement as well as further outlook on the property market.
On Friday the 20th of March, we witnessed the worst single day decline for the S&P 500 in a history of 12,651 trading days outside of two other days. In 1929 there was Black Tuesday and 1987 there was Black Monday. When will we see the decline end? In this episode we review actions taken by the government to prepare for the financial crisis, the statistical importance of social distancing as well as how you can prepare yourself in the event that you can no longer pay your mortgage.
The World Health Organisation has officially declared the Coronavirus as a pandemic as travel bans, social distancing and recession speculations dominate headlines. After 20 years of uninterrupted economic growth in Australia, is this going to be our undoing or will it be a blessing in disguise? Joel, Steph, Louis and Brett provides a deep dive into this subject and gives us insight on the current stock market activity as well as outlook for the residential real estate market.
This week, Joel, Brett and Louis returns to the podcast with a special deep-dive into the current Coronavirus (COVID 19) sell-off in the stock market. Brett reveals information about whether it is cheaper to buy or rent a property. Louis expands on his topic of personal development and focuses on reflection as the theme of his segment.
This week we bring special guest John Beatty from Bennett Partners in to give us insights on how we can manage our capital gains during tax season to maximize the outcome. Joel brings a much anticipated response to this week’s record stock market sell off and what our prediction for the future is.
This week, Joel, Brett, Louis and Steph returns to the podcast and discusses recent headlines such as the death of Holden, the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme, as well as the Brisbane 2032 Olympic Bid. Louis continues on the topic of the personal and professional development techniques that will help you secure your long term life goals.
This week, Joel, Brett, Louis and Steph returns to the podcast with insights on on current share market and real estate market conditions. This podcast will cover recovery that we are currently seeing in the share market as well as the Australian residential real estate market. Furthermore, Louis shares with us what Financial Planners think the best thing to do is that will lead to financial success in the long run.
This week, the Joel, Brett and Louis return to the podcast with a commentary on next year’s US election. Joel discusses the recent and historical impact that virus outbreaks have on the share economy and what the best position we should take is in order to protect our holdings. Brett shares insight on incentives in owning and investing in commercial property vs residential real estate. Louis expands on how we can maximises chances of achieving our very big goals.
This week, Joel, Brett and Louis discuss climate change and how that impacts the real estate market and your future retirement fund. Joel addresses the record high valuation of Tesla and how it compares to other major car manufacturers. Louis brings with him the common trait that successful people share and how we can set ourselves up for future success.
The episode begins with an introduction of how the residential real estate market plays into the economy as a whole. How can we evaluate the future volatility of the real estate market based on things like unemployment, world events as well as interest rates. The real estate market is consistently plagued by rumours of recession and the viability of those rumours are dissected in this episode of the podcast by United Global Capital’s Head of Property Development, Brett Dickinson alongside Stephanie, Joel and Louis.
The episode kicks off with a discussion about how the 2020 Australian bushfires will affect major economic sectors such as tourism, insurance and construction. With uncertainties removed after the finalisation of trade numbers, the stock market has begun to rally into new highs, Joel gives us his perspective on what we should expect this year. Brett brings with him research about what immigration an birth rates mean for the Australian residential property market in the long run. Louis expands on new ATO regulations in self-managed superfund and how that has contributed to an over 2.5 billion dollars recovery to accounts.
This week, Joel, Brett and Louis gives us a 2019 review on major political events, government financial initiatives, stock market movers and residential real estate statistics. Some events that are covered include the US-China phase 1 trade deal, Brexit major bank fines as well as tax revenues by the ATO. Listen in to find out if we think that 2020 is the year of a Bull Market or Bear Market.