Episode 37

Michael Matusik; Where houses and units are sitting and in which direction their prices are likely to move

In today’s episode, Jayden interviews Michael Matusik, an independent housing market analyst. Michael aims to be a voice of reason amongst the distortion and in this episode, breaks down the Australian Property market explaining the property clock. He explores each capital city in Australia, discussing at which point in the cycle prices are sitting and where they head from here.

Overcoming political divisions in a partisan world

Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition. This episode is a little different – it is some of my commentary about the political division that is starting to emerge – especially in America – but also how to avoid it in your own lives and also prosper...

The Lucky Country isn’t what most think – A look back in history on how we are destroying our own luck

Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition A reminder of how lucky we are and why we are called the lucky country. Also, what we have to lose if we neglect to remember this Some perspective: You don’t know what you have until you have lost it Taking...

Furious Fridays: The dark side of electricity price capping

Furious Fridays The dark side of electricity price capping Welcome to Furious Friday! I recently saw a news article about Australians being “promised new laws to slash up to $832 from their annual electricity bills” This article outlines; This is a “federal government...

What happens when a family trust comes to the end of its life? What happens with the assets and are there CGT or stamp duty liabilities?

Welcome to Finance and Fury, The Say What Wednesday edition.  Today's question comes from Gab. Hi Louis, thank you (as always) for the great content. I've got another question that I've struggled with recently, and I'm hoping you can shed some light on the topic. I've...

Say What Wednesday: The tax implications of investing in shares; owning, holding, selling, dividends

Say What Wednesdays The tax implications of investing in shares; owning, holding, selling, dividends Welcome to Finance & Fury’s ‘Say What Wednesday’! Today’s question is from John; What are the tax implications of investing in shares, owning, holding, selling,...

Say What Wednesday: How to negotiate with real estate agents

Welcome to Say What Wednesday! Today’s question is from Mark; “Hi guys, lovin’ the show – I’m looking to buy my first place in Brisbane and I was just wondering if you have any tips on how to negotiate with the real estate agents and work out what price I should be...

How Government spending through fiscal expansion aims to help the economy today, for future generations to worry about repaying

Welcome to Finance and Fury Last week – talked about Goodhart's law - "When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure." – yet central banks have made inflation the policy target – Went through permanent QE and lowering rates and cashless economy Today...

How would Universal Basic Income work in Australia?

Say What Wednesday How would Universal Basic Income work in Australia? Let’s take a look at a recent Press Club speech from the Australian Greens leader, Dr Richard Di Natale, “With the radical way that the nature of work is changing, along with increasing inequality,...

Furious Friday: Is social media at a tipping point?

Furious Friday Is social media at a tipping point? Today we’re looking at the market environment for Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube etc… their costs are going to far outpace what their revenues will be. Are they on their way up, or on their way down? EU copyright...

Say What Wednesday: Cryptocurrency Assessment

Hi Everyone, and Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Say What Wednesday edition. Today we have a question from Daniel: The question is around cryptocurrency; Daniel has come across a fascinating crypto called Liven. The business model seems really sound, with the...

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