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There is zero formal financial education through the standard schooling system. Your formal education prepares you for your career and making money! ...but after graduation you're on your own trying to figure out what to do. This leads to a lot of frustrated, furious people! Finance and Fury picks up where your formal education left off, providing a unique insight into the world of economics, personal finance and building wealth with three different episodes each week. To start the week, in ...
 
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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 regards to this question – think about once you have achieved financial independence …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury - Is ESG investing the way of the future and good for your portfolio? Within the last few years, large publicly listed companies and investment managers investment are really paying attention to what is known as an ESG score – which stands for environmental, social and governance – it is meant to be used as a determinant…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury - The big question on many investors minds at the moment is if inflation is going to be transitionary, or something that is going to set into the economic framework for the long haul – maybe not for the next decade, but for the next few years at least – if you listen to Central Bankers, the inflation within the economy i…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode is to look at Central bank digital currencies - Central banks releasing digital currencies is an inevitability at this stage - proof-of-concept programmes are currently in the works across the globe - with more than 80% of central banks looking at digital currencies – The RBA is one of them There is a lot o…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode we will continue looking at the crypto markets. In particular, we focus on the regulatory frameworks that have been released by the Bank for international settlements, BIS for short. One division of the BIS - the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision - released a consultation paper this month to provide a …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode we will continue to look at what is happening in crypto markets. After last episode, we are starting a bit of a mini-series on crypto and digital currencies. This wasn’t originally intended but I have been doing more of a deep dive into this topic and there has been some timely news articles that I want to …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode we will look at crypto markets as there is a fair amount of noise being generated in this space at the moment. Just a heads up that this will be a bit of a longer episode as there is a lot to unpack. I have made my position on crypto markets fairly obvious in the past – if you haven’t listened to any of tho…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This week we will be looking at the Mississippi bubble. I find it a very interesting story of speculation and devaluation – creating a situation of loss of confidence in an early form of fiat currencies –– Lessons to learn from this – I get asked the question a fair bit – what happens to the value of every asset when de…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Today, signs of financial instability that are emerging in markets – why are inflation and rising bond yields affecting fiat currencies – and what this means for markets – modern economy is interconnected and complex – so do my best to break these all down There is a growing recognition that price inflation has the pote…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode is a little outside of the box, the topic comes from a listener, Mario. He asked the question of how does someone both manage and protect their wealth in times of war? and are there actual strategies that one can implement if a war was to break out? So, in this episode we will look at if there are strategie…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode we’ll be talking about latest federal budget that was announced this week - and the implications this will have for individual There were many announcements in the budget – few good things like the reduced tax on innovated products – but we will be focusing on individuals Many of these announced changes hav…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. There are concerns at the moment when it comes to investing – and that is that markets are at their all-time highs – concerns aren’t that markets continue to go to new all-time highs, but that the market falls through in the short term – what goes up must come down – the major concerns are around how far this may go dow…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. A few weeks ago we went through the NZ government tasking the RBNZ with looking at property prices with monetary policy. in that episode, we went through why it probably isn’t going to really work well – politically the perception is that the Government is trying – but for the CB to make housing affordable through monet…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This week the topic is from a listener, Gabriel. That is “how do you change your investment strategy over time as the portfolio value increases? more specifically, how do you see someone building a growth portfolio starting with $10,000 and what would they change when they get to $100,000? What about $1,000,000?” This i…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Firstly, sorry for the delay in episode, been over a week now – daughter was born last week, so been pretty busy helping care for her and trying to find a time to record in between work – should be back to normal from next week Interesting episode today – as one central bank in particular has now been tasked with the pr…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Today’s episode is lessons from the nifty fifties – bit of a history lesson as well as looking back to lessons that can be learnt from this, to help not make mistakes of the past. This is a particular bubble and market correct that most people wouldn’t be familiar with – especially when compared to the 1929, 1989, or 20…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Time for value? Looking at the value rotation occurring within the share market A value rotation is a term used to describe a shift in investment behaviour – where investors start favouring value shares instead of growth shares Previous episode – inflation expectations and what is occurring to bond yields – did an episo…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. In the last episode I went through the bond market and how inflation expectations being on the rise are having their effects, yield curves starting to steepen. So what will happen to other asset classes? In this episode we will look at this question. If the trend of nominal yields continues, what will be the effects on …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode we will be looking at what is happening in the bond market, how the RBA is struggling to maintain their targets on bond yields for 3y and 10 year - as well as some of its implications on the debt markets and government. What is going on? over the last few weeks there has been a surprise to the markets – the…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Are sectors of the share market in a bubble, one in particular that comes to mind would be the US tech sector. There have been many bubbles in financial markets throughout history – if enough excitement is generated around some new asset, or commodity that is seen as the next big thing and everyone starts buying – bubbl…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode will looking at infrastructure as an asset class, to see if it can help to provide some diversification for portfolios and decent moving forward. Infrastructure – physical assets that provide services that are essential for us to live our lives. The aim is to invest in assets that if the market booms or bus…
 
Mary’s Question: I am 58 years old and lost my thyroid to cancer eight years ago. I am finding it impossible to lose weight and have thinning hair near my hairline and no eyebrows. I started Bi-est cream, 50/50 ratio, 2.5 milligrams; progesterone, a 175 milligrams; and testosterone, 1 mg. About a year ago, it was lower doses and then went up to tho…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. What is stakeholder theory and what does it mean for capital markets and investments? World Economic Forum annual agenda occurred a few weeks ago. One year ago, the World Economic Forum launched a new ‘Davos Manifesto’ in support of stakeholder capitalism – this year – stakeholder capitalism, or stakeholder theory was a…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. In this episode, we are going to look at some of the potential fallouts from the GameStop saga – looking at market disruptions, market integrity and the ongoing implications of potential regulation changes If you want an overview of this – check out last Mondays episode. But in short - Gamers are good at playing games –…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. In this episode, we're going to cover the GameStop saga. It's still ongoing at the time of recording this, so new information may be out by the time you listen. I wasn’t going to cover this topic – I saw this first pop up either Monday or Tuesday last week – looked like a funny story – retail traders sticking it to hedg…
 
Monica’s Question: Hi, I have been prescribed testosterone cream and I have been advised to apply it to my inner thigh. I was wondering, in doing so, will this reverse the results of my laser hair removal on my bikini line? As per you stated that someone had a similar experience to this. Should I apply it there or should I apply in another area? Th…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode on about how to invest in Asian markets and how to avoid some of the biggest pitfalls in these markets – I have covered the Aus market, and the US market in detail, but haven’t covered much on a giant portion of investments that are available – that is Asian markets Why would you want to invest? Number of p…
 
Mary’s Question: Hi. I just started estriol cream a couple of weeks ago. I am fifty-three years old and have been told I have PCOS for the past twenty years with a history of absent periods, heavy facial hair growth, and moodiness, and PMS. I have managed my PCOS through diet change, supplementation, and exercise. And I am told I am quite healthy. …
 
Allison’s Question: I have opened a hormone wellness practice and came across your blog. You mentioned the application of estrogen cream to the face, neck, and chest to improve skin health. From what I found, it appears that .3% Estriol and .01% Estradiol is typically used. Do you recommend a once-daily application? Can this same dose be applied to…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Positive wealth mindset, or a growth mindset for your finances To start with – lets imagine that you’ve hit the lotto jackpot! Say you win $20m – it is a lot of money – enough for any person to reasonably retire on So, now that you may be able to be considered FI - what are you doing with your time? Where are you living…
 
Question: Hello. I am forty-five, perimenopausal diagnosed by blood work. I have my uterus and I am taking 200 milligrams of bioidentical progesterone each night orally by capsule. I do not take anything else for hormone balance other than evening primrose oil and some adrenal support. Neither of these is new to my regimen. What is new is the admin…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, I hope you are all going well. Today we will be going through how to avoid financial distractions. This episode is a little bit of a follow up from the previous - as one of the comments I made was a little oversimplified – that was that if you simply spending less and invest these funds – you can achieve more in your fi…
 
Welcome to the Finance and Fury and the new year, 2021. Hope the start to the year has been good for you all – as in this episode we will be looking at how to work on your financial goals through the year through turning these into daily habits Last episode - Stared off with a question; looking back on the year, are you in a better or worse financi…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. I hope you all had a good Christmas – if you are like me might be a few kg heavier. This episode – be looking at making new year plans – new years is upon us – many people have new years resolutions. To start with - looking back on the year, are you in a better or worse financial position – been a tough year for a lot o…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode is about what is momentum investing and can this be the best investment strategy in a world where fundamentals mean nothing? Over the past few years – value managers – or those that try to estimate the fair value of a company and base their purchasing decisions around this have struggled to provide alpha – …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury – Vanguard bringing in some disruption to Australian markets - If you haven’t heard of them – Vanguard are the world's second biggest asset manager – dealing in index funds and ETFs Vanguard – have almost $9 trillion of funds under management world wide company's incredible rise since being founded in 1974 by investor Ja…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. Today we’ll look at how to get the right investments in super. Because super funds take care of it for people – a lot of people don’t pay attention – so in this episode want to explain what to look for and how to help determine if your investments in super are appropriate – Not advice – seek advice if you are unsure Wha…
 
Hi and welcome to Finance and Fury. Just a quick announcement today. Only going to be doing Finance and Fury Monday episodes for the rest of the year. There is a lot going on with work and life in general and I just need to cut back a bit on the episodes. Had to make a decision on which episodes to cut out, so will still be doing the Monday episode…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode will be about using your own home as part of a wealth accumulation strategy Some strategies that I plan to do First – what is a home – a lifestyle asset – is still technically an asset as it has a value – as long as someone else is willing to buy it off you I personally have never really seen a home as a fi…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition. In this episode we will look at the concept of a one world currency and if one single currency could actually work for the world? There has been an increased level of discussion around this topic over the past few years – especially with central banks looking to adopt digital forms of currenc…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Say What Wednesday edition, every week answering your questions. This week we answer Stephen’s question: “Hi Louis, I saw an article about purchasing a home inside of a family trust for asset protection. I’m just wondering if you have seen this done before and if you think it is a good idea?” Thanks for the question…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode is about a bit of personal story “Why I finally bought another property and if is this a good financial decision?” So – if the episode title didn’t give this away - I have recently bought a property – well - technically not true – we purchased land – and are building on this for a home to live in – so I wan…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition. In this episode – we will be going through the potential changes to the current Responsible lending laws that may occur next year – as these laws will either be watered down or completely removed - As it stands - The government has plans to reform responsible lending laws to reduce “the cost …
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Say What Wednesday edition. This episode is all about answering the question – “What is going on with the US election?” You might think that there is a simple answer – that Biden is the president elect – hard to think he isn’t when we have the media calling him that so it must be true, right? Well he isn’t - to be c…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. In this episode I want to discuss and clarify the concept of needs versus wants – especially in relation to spending habits Needs and wants - Each of these terms can be very subjective – as what is a need for one person may be a distant dream, or simply a want for another – where they have no means of actually achieving…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition. In this episode, I want to look at a core concept of economics – the need for monetisation/value of objects for them to exist – that is – that profits are a factor that help to maximise most outcomes in society This comes back to the very concept of a free market versus socialism – Profits or…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Say What Wednesday edition. This week’s question is from Ruby. “I was speaking to my husband and we want to help financially prepare our children and I am just wondering if you have any strategies to help with this?” Thanks for the great question - Depends what you mean by preparing for your kids financially – Two w…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury. This episode will be explaining the dollar cost averaging strategy. It seems to be a pretty simple strategy – but one hard to get right – so want to run through it and when to use it in further detail What is a dollar cost averaging strategy – DCA for short It is breaking up investment timing - Dollar-cost averaging (DC…
 
Welcome to Finance and Fury, the Furious Friday edition. Two weeks ago on Furious Friday, we went through an intro to the great reset. This episode we will look further into this topic, at some of the proposals and break these down further. I managed to talk to someone involved with the WEF in the interim which provided some good insights If you ha…
 
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