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.

Is it better to invest in passive or active funds?

Welcome to Finance and Fury. Is it better to invest in passive or active funds? Big question, that can have big consequences for an investment strategy Whether investors should opt for actively managed funds or passively managed funds has long been the subject of a...

Can shares be leveraged as part of a property purchase?

Welcome to Finance and Fury, The Say What Wednesday Edition I would like to start by saying a big thank you for the knowledge you have passed onto myself and the community. My question lies around equity, if you have a considerable amount of money in shares, say 200k,...

Does Democracy incentivise demand side economics?

  Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition I have identified a thread through history in the emergence of demand side democratic societies. Where there is a centralized authority, there is a need for ever increasing demand of the mobs and its path...

The freedom in financial freedom

Welcome to Finance and Fury. What does your future have in store for you? It is hard to say exactly – so instead, what does your ideal future look like? You might be thinking about next year, the year after that, or 20 to 40 years in the future – Let’s say that in...

Younger than 35 are experiencing low to negative income growth – but there are real ways of actually getting around it

Episode 27 Younger than 35 are experiencing low to negative income growth - but there are real ways of actually getting around it Today we’re talking about a news article that came out highlighting that young Australians’ are experiencing either zero, or negative...

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...

Working as a Team – Relationships and your Finances

Welcome to Finance and Fury Today we are going to talk about relationships and money, and some strategies to start working as a financial powerhouse couple We all spend money and we all have relationships Doesn’t mean romantic relationships How has your relationship...

What Central Bankers may do in the next financial collapse, if there is ever going to be one!

Welcome to Finance and Fury Today – going to cover the Central banking playbook in the next crisis – If there is ever going to be one! Today – was doing some reading so will have a look at some comments from key central banking figures over the past few years – and...

How to prepare for buying a home, paying off a mortgage, starting a family or funding your kid’s education costs?

Welcome to Finance and Fury, The Say What Wednesday Edition special series – running through the catalogue of questions and concerns The series is broken down into three stages – 50 years or so timeline – last week was basics and the first stage...

We’re back

Start here We're back! We're back! Sorry to keep you waiting for quite some time, but our absence hasn’t been wasted. As you can probably tell the podcast looks a little different, but don’t worry, you’re not lost. To help avoid any further confusion this is a quick...

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