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.

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...

Should you reduce debt or use surplus cash to build wealth? Negotiating with future-you

Say What Wednesday Should you reduce debt or use surplus cash to build wealth? Negotiating with future-you Welcome to Finance and Fury, “Say what Wednesday” Where we answer questions about the world of personal finance. This week, the question isn’t from a listener...

Is there any proof that having more millionaires per person is better for the poor?

Welcome to Finance and Fury, The Say What Wednesday edition. Where every week we answer your questions. Question from Anton - In your recent podcast you mention countries that have more millionaires and billionaires have more gdp and a higher quality of life. I am...

Say What Wednesday: The relationship between shares and property in Australia

Say What Wednesday The relationship between shares and property in Australia Welcome to Finance and Fury’s ‘Say What Wednesday’. Today’s question is from John. John asks, “What is the relationship (if any) between shares and property in Australia? Should we expect the...

Are we in a property bubble and if so, why?

Welcome to Finance and Fury,  Are we in a property bubble? There is no question that the Australian property market has become significantly overpriced – but is it a bubble and due for a significant downturn? – For this – only talking about capital cities – most of...

Furious Friday: Could social security be the greatest Ponzi scheme ever?

Furious Friday Could social security be the greatest Ponzi scheme ever? Welcome to Finance and Fury, Furious Friday! I saw an ad this week for a movie called ’Wizard of Lies’ – Bernie Madoff movie – 2008. He was a stockbroker, investment adviser and financier who made...

What 5 factors create poverty?

Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition This episode is a flow on from the previous furious Friday episode question from Nick, about poverty. Last episode we talked about how poverty is defined and the economic factors of poverty, which play only a...

Say What Wednesdays: Petrol Prices are going up – why this is and what to do about it!

Say What Wednesdays Petrol Prices are going up – why this is and what to do about it! Australian motorists are suffering the biggest annual increase in petrol prices in 9.5 years as global factors combine to slug drivers at the bowser. ACCC - 2017-2018 financial year...

Securing your Road to financial independence

Welcome to Finance and Fury Everyone has heard of more money, more problems – it is a bit of a contradictory statement It is false as money can cover bills and be used in emergencies It is true as not valuing money can lead to problems How to value money? What is...

Furious Friday: Market Update

Furious Fridays Market Update Today’s episode is a Market Update and we look at a few of the factors that affect our market. We will discuss why these things matter, and why we are in the state we are in! In this episode we discuss: Consumer confidence – Look at the...

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