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Shares for Beginners
Shares for Beginners
Philip Muscatello
Tony Kynaston - What's an LIC?
LICs are Listed Investment Companies or sometimes referred to as LITs. Tony Kynaston of the QAV Investing Podcast, all-round great guy/investor joined me to explain what kind of beast an LIC is. It's like an ETF but with some very important differences. LICs have been around a lot longer than ETFs. And they can be attractive in their own special way. Here's a link to the blog post for more information: https://www.sharesforbeginners.com/blog/lics TONY KYNASTON is a multi-millionaire professional investor. Thanks to the checklist system he developed, the average return on his portfolio over the last 20 years has been 19.5% pa. Tony's knowledge and calm analysis takes the guesswork (and trauma) out of share market investing. FAST TRACK YOUR INVESTING KNOWLEDGE - USE THE COUPON CODE SFB FOR A 20% DISCOUNT ON MONTHLY OR ANNUAL PLANS! https://qavpodcast.com.au/register-3/   This could be the best investment you'll ever make! Shares for Beginners is for information and educational purposes only. It isn’t financial advice, and you shouldn’t buy or sell any investments based on what you’ve heard here. Any opinion or commentary is the view of the speaker only not Shares for Beginners. This podcast doesn’t replace professional advice regarding your personal financial needs, circumstances or current situation. Thanks to Christopher Soulos for music production out of Garlic Breath Studio https://www.facebook.com/GarlicBreathStudio. Remember music flows when the money don’t.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26 min
Comedian v Economist
Comedian v Economist
Equity Mates Media
The Political Economy of Stacks of Cash
The boys are talking up money printing, but Wolfgang’s not loving it. Why are conservatives anti money printing, and if they are, why are they the ones driving it? Is Thomas really a “fringe-dwelling populist” and how does politics change if there’s stacks of cash for everyone? *** If you've got a question for Thomas... or Adam... then go ahead and send them to cve@equitymates.com Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of Equity Mates Media or any other employer or associated organisation. Always remember, all information contained in this podcast is for education and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, legal or tax advice. The hosts of Equity Mates are not financial professionals and are not aware of your personal financial circumstances. Before making any financial decisions you should read the Produce Disclosure Statement (PDS) and, if necessary, consult a licensed financial professional. For more information head to our Disclaimer Page, where you can find resources to search for a registered financial professional near you. *** Have you just started your investing journey? Head over to Get Started Investing – Equity Mates 12-part series with all the fundamentals you need to feel confident to start your investing journey. Want more Equity Mates? Subscribe to Equity Mates Investing Podcast, social media channels, Thought Starters mailing list and more here.
33 min
Australian Finance Podcast
Australian Finance Podcast
Rask Australia
21 ways to save and invest your money in 2021
Welcome back to The Australian Finance Podcast for 2021 - we're back for a third year running, who'd have thought! We're here to help you level up your personal finances and get on top of your money in 2021. In this episode we're chatting about our saving and investing ideas for the year, and we've tried to mix it up, so it's not your typical how-to list. We've also included some listener suggestions from our online community, which we'd love for you to join if you haven't already. Share your 2021 financial resolutions with us in the group! Join our brand new Facebook community and keep the conversation from today's episode going - we'd love to hear your thoughts! Head to www.facebook.com/groups/raskaustralia | Get in touch and send questions for future Q&A episodes our way at podcast@rask.com.au or on Instagram @raskaustralia Show notes & episode workbooks: http://bit.ly/Australian-Finance-Podcast | Watch the video version: http://bit.ly/YouTube-Rask | Take one of our free finance & investing courses: http://bit.ly/Rask-Education | *|| We're proudly supported by ETF Securities ||* Learn more about ETF Securities: https://bit.ly/fundsETFS | DISCLAIMER: This podcast contains general financial information only. That means the information does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the information is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on it. If you’re confused about what that means or what your needs are, you should always consult a licensed and trusted financial planner. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this podcast, including any financial, taxation and/or legal information. Remember, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The Rask Group is NOT a qualified tax accountant, financial (tax) adviser or financial adviser.
26 min
CommSec
CommSec
CommSec
Mid-Session 20 Jan 2021: Technology, energy and industrial stocks lead ASX higher
The Aussie market is again pushing higher at lunch on Wednesday with the ASX 200 gaining a further 33 points or 0.5% to 6,775. The index also hit fresh 11 month highs earlier this morning and now trades a little less than 0.6% away from all-time highs hit in February 2020. Technology is the big winner in the first few hours of trade. Afterpay (APT) jumped to a new record high this morning of $142.30, while it has faded a touch from that high, it still remains 4.5% higher. Wisetech (WTC) is another big mover in the IT space with the logistics software firm advancing 5.8%. This report is approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399, AFSL 238814 (CommSec) a wholly owned but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124, AFSL 234945 (the Bank). The Bank and its subsidiaries have effected or may effect transactions for their own account in any investments or related investments referred to in this report. This report is not a recommendation to buy, sell or hold any securities or financial products, and has been prepared without taking account of the objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs of any particular individual. For this reason, any individual should, before acting on the information in this report, consider the appropriateness of the information, having regard to the individual's objectives, financial or taxation situation and needs and, if necessary, seek appropriate professional advice. This report is produced by Commonwealth Research based on information available at the time of publishing. We believe that the information in this correspondence is correct and any opinions, conclusions or recommendations are reasonably held or made as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to accuracy, reliability or completeness. To the extent permitted by law, neither the Bank nor any of its subsidiaries accept liability to any person for loss or damage arising from the use of this report.
5 min
Australian Investors Podcast
Australian Investors Podcast
Rask Australia
Owning GOLD, TECH vs. FANG - ft. Kanish Chugh from ETF Securities
*Kanish Chugh*, head of distribution at *ETF Securities* sat down with *Owen Raszkiewicz* on *The Australian Investors Podcast* to talk about owning gold, and using *ETFs* like *GOLD*, *TECH* & *FANG*. Timestamps: * *@3:15: the FANG+ ETF* - an innovation-focused ETF that launched with almost perfect timing in 2020. Kanish explains why it's so concentrated (10 stocks) and the types of expression or thematic FANG is trying to capture. * *@13:30: the case for gold & ETF Securities' GOLD ETF* - Australia’s largest gold ETF. Owen is a gold skeptic, so he plays the devil’s advocate. Kanish takes a few moments to try and debunk some of the common concerns which investors and traders have with owning gold in a portfolio. Kanish makes a good case, in particular explaining why GOLD has experienced more than $800 million in FUM inflows in a year, and why gold in general has received a lot of attention since 2019. * *@29:30: the TECH ETF* – an ETF invested in global technology leaders, as defined by Morningstar’s investing research team, which assigns moat/competitive advantage ratings to companies and valuations. Kanish walks us through how and why Morningstar assigns moats, how they’re measured and how the portfolio comes together with valuation. Owen also shares his input and how his team assess competitive advantage. All episode show notes: http://bit.ly/Australian-Investors-Podcast | Get access to Owen’s free investment research reports, online investing courses & hear first about new podcasts and promotions: https://bit.ly/master-investing | ETF Securities 5G Investing Report: https://go.etfsecurities.com.au/l/533502/2020-10-21/8cjyd4 | Get in touch with us at podcast@rask.com.au or on Instagram @raskaustralia | DISCLAIMER: The information in this podcast is general financial advice only. That means, the advice does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. In addition, you should obtain and read the product disclosure statement (PDS) before making a decision to acquire a financial product. If you don’t know what your needs are, you should consult a trusted and licensed financial adviser who can provide you with personal financial product advice.
43 min
my millennial property
my millennial property
SYMO interactive
301 depreciation
Welcome to 2021 and Season 3 of my millennial property! Thanks for tuning in. In this first episode for the year Emily and John chat about depreciation with Scott Brunsdon, who's a wealth of knowledge on the topic. The chat touches on: 👉🏽what depreciation is and how it's calculated 👉🏿what a depreciation schedule is and how far back you can go in claiming it 👉🏻how depreciation is calculated, especially if a previous owner has done renovation work 👉some changes in the depreciation space and how it affects properties Thanks to our episode partner Wellman Finance: http://www.wellmanfinance.com.au/m3/🏠 Check out The Glen James Spending Plan at the link below - use coupon code "m3p" to get this for under $50... save $20 Take a look at John’s Solvere Online Academy and Emily’s online course (The Buying Coach) at the link below. For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/m3pshownotes 🛑 This podcast is for education and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, tax or legal advice. Any advice is general financial advice only which does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do choose to buy a financial product read the product disclosure statement and obtain appropriate financial advice tailored to your needs. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. SYMO interactive Pty Ltd, the publisher of the podcast, is an authorised representative of MoneySherpa Pty Ltd which holds financial services licence 451289. Please read our Financial Services Guide located at sortyourmoneyout.com. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
27 min
Equity Mates Investing Podcast
Equity Mates Investing Podcast
Equity Mates Media
Summer Series: Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (ASX: FMG)
Welcome to the Equity Mates Summer Series of 2020 brought to you by Superhero. Over 12 episodes we dive into some of Australia’s largest and most well-known companies, as selected by you, the Equity Mates community. In this episode, we unpack Fortescue Metals Group - an Australian iron ore company. Fortescue is the fourth largest iron ore producer in the world after BHP, Rio Tinto, and Vale  In each episode we look at: A company summary The industry Their competition The outlook and future plans Key financials Valuation For some of the companies, we've been lucky enough to get access to the CEO, where we take some of the tough questions straight to them. Superhero offers unlimited $5 trades on ASX-listed shares. For more information or to sign-up, head to their website here ***** Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of Equity Mates Media or any other employer or associated organisation. Always remember, all information contained in this podcast is for education and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, legal or tax advice. The hosts of Equity Mates are not financial professionals and are not aware of your personal financial circumstances. Before making any financial decisions you should read the Produce Disclosure Statement (PDS) and, if necessary, consult a licensed financial professional. For more information head to our Disclaimer Page, where you can find resources to search for a registered financial professional near you. ***** Have you just started your investing journey? Head over to Get Started Investing – Equity Mates 12-part series with all the fundamentals you need to feel confident to start your investing journey. Want more Equity Mates? Subscribe to Equity Mates Investing Podcast, social media channels, Thought Starters mailing list and more here.
32 min
my millennial money
my millennial money
SYMO interactive
402 money mindset + discipline with saving + a goal of 3 properties
Welcome to our new episode format! On Tuesdays we'll be answering the questions sent in from the m3 community. The questions answered in this episode are: 👉🏿Q1: I'm not math minded. Will I ever get a good grasp on money issues? 👉🏼Q2: A long term goal of mine is to own 3 investment properties, what would be the steps one should take to achieve this goal? 👉Q3: What’s the best way to stay disciplined with money? I feel the more money I make the more I spend and it’s almost impossible to save. I think I have the answer which is, I’m not prioritising it enough and letting poor impulse decisions dictate? 👉🏽Q4: I am 25 working in local government as an engineer and looking to purchase my first property this year to live in. Would banks or lenders be averse to lending to someone following the bushfires which destroyed homes in the area I want to buy in? Buy your copy of the my money journal to start achieving your goals and support the podcast at the same time: https://bit.ly/mymoneyjournal Get $20 off The Glen James Spending Plan using the code "MAGIC". Link to course below! For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/shownotes 🛑 This podcast is for education and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, tax or legal advice. Any advice is general financial advice only which does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do choose to buy a financial product read the product disclosure statement and obtain appropriate financial advice tailored to your needs. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. SYMO interactive Pty Ltd, the publisher of the podcast, is an authorised representative of MoneySherpa Pty Ltd which holds financial services licence 451289. Please read our Financial Services Guide located at sortyourmoneyout.com. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
28 min
NZ Everyday Investor
NZ Everyday Investor
Podcasts NZ / WorldPodcasts.com / Gorilla Voice Media
It's all about Bitcoin, baby! Ep 133 / Janine Grainger
Resources: Where to buy Bitcoin? I recommend Easy Crypto for any Crypto buyer. If you're ready to get into Bitcoin, make a start here by setting up an account with Easy Crypto. Notes: There’s a lot of definitions of what Bitcoin is for the everyday person – I like this simple definition though– it’s digital money for the digital world. _What is money?_ Well one of the definitions of money is that it’s a store of value. You can go to work all week, and your income is the distillate of your own human effort. That substance, or value, can be traded with others to obtain goods and services you need. If you’re not ready to make those purchases however, or if you’re saving longer term for other things, like say retirement, you need to have confidence that the store of value you use will be durable. One of the things we need to do to ensure our value is not eroded over time, is we need to invest. Diversification is an important tool when investing, but most simply diversify _within _the financial world. Bitcoin gives us a tool to diversify _from _it. So the problem, that Bitcoin aims to solve, is that the current financial system may be dying. In my view, and bear with me here, a consistently falling interest rate over time testifies to this death. The solution may be to provide a new monetary reference point, that can ultimately rebuild a new type of system that’s built on scarcity, rather than debt and unlimited money creation by a central bank and government. Our current money we use works, because we _trust _that it will work – however, the titanic of the current financial system that we voyaging in, has just hit an iceberg. Are we simply going to listen to the band and carry on, or make a rush for the limited supply of lifeboats that others are already gathering around? Some say Bitcoin doesn’t have any intrinsic value – this is a great example of a view akin to old wine in new wine bottles. The underlying assumption here is that our current dollars will denominate_ and dominate_ our investments in the future. What if that changes though due to loss of trust? I’d suggest that Bitcoin does very much have intrinsic value – trust. ________________________________________________________________ The NZ Everyday Investor is brought to you in partnership with Hatch. Hatch, let's you become a shareholder in the world's biggest companies and funds. We're talking about Apple and Zoom, Vanguard and Blackrock. So, if you're listening in right now and have thought about investing in the US share markets, well, Hatch has given us a special offer just for you... they'll give you a $20 NZD top-up when you make an initial deposit into your Hatch account of $100NZD or more. Just go to https://hatch.as/NZEverydayInvestor to grab your top up. __________________________________________________________________ The NZ Everyday Investor would also like to acknowledge the support of kōura. Most people fixate on just fees or historical returns when trying to choose a KiwiSaver fund. But professionals know there’s the _third, arguably more essential_ component to consider - asset allocation. kōura's digital advice tools will build you a KiwiSaver portfolio that has the perfect asset allocation just for you. Of course you could also just choose your own KiwiSaver portfolio with them too. Give them a try and see what your _ideal_ KiwiSaver asset allocation looks like for you. __________________________________________________________________ Like what you’ve heard? You can really help with the success of the NZ Everyday Investor by doing the following: 1- Tell your friends! 2- Write a review on Facebook, or your favourite podcast player 3- Help support the mission of our show on Patreon by contributing here 4- To catch the live episodes, please ensure you have subscribed to us on Youtube: 5- Sign up to our newsletter here NZ Everyday Investor is on a mission to increase financial literacy and make investing more accessible for the everyday person! Please ensure that you act independently from any of the content provided in these episodes - it should not be considered personalised financial advice for you. This means, you should either do your own research taking on board a broad range of opinions, or ideally, consult and engage an authorised financial adviser to provide guidance around your specific goals and objectives. _____________________________________________________________________________
44 min
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