• When you think about making money, you usually instantly associate it with risk. Host Andrew Baxter is not a fan of risk and has spent decades learning how to manage and mitigate it because he knows it’s not about what you make but what you get to keep. Join us this week for some tips on managing your risks in any given scenario:

    https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/understanding-risk/

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    When you think about making money, you usually instantly associate it with risk. Host Andrew Baxter is not a fan of risk and has spent decades learning how to manage and mitigate it because he knows it’s not about what you make but what you get to keep. Join us this week for some tips on managing your risks in any given scenario: https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/understanding-risk/ #sharetradingcoursesaustralia #investmentcourse #australianinvestmentcourse #australianinvestmenteducation #stockmarketcourse #stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #tradingcourse #tradingcourseaustralia #stocktradingcoursesaustralia
    Understanding And Managing Investment Risks
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  • When you think about making money, you usually instantly associate it with risk. Host Andrew Baxter is not a fan of risk and has spent decades learning how to manage and mitigate it because he knows it’s not about what you make but what you get to keep. Join us this week for some tips on managing your risks in any given scenario:

    https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/understanding-risk/

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    When you think about making money, you usually instantly associate it with risk. Host Andrew Baxter is not a fan of risk and has spent decades learning how to manage and mitigate it because he knows it’s not about what you make but what you get to keep. Join us this week for some tips on managing your risks in any given scenario: https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/understanding-risk/ #sharetradingcoursesaustralia #investmentcourse #australianinvestmentcourse #australianinvestmenteducation #stockmarketcourse #stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #tradingcourse #tradingcourseaustralia #stocktradingcoursesaustralia
    Understanding And Managing Investment Risks
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  • As we delve deeper into the Coronavirus Pandemic recession. The need for sustainable economic policy and legislation is pivotal. With ever changing policies such as the early access to Superannuation or the legislated increase in mandatory employer contribution. This leaves us with a double-edged sword and awfully confused as to where we’re headed. Here are the three biggest talking points regarding Superannuation right now.

    https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/superannuation-today


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    As we delve deeper into the Coronavirus Pandemic recession. The need for sustainable economic policy and legislation is pivotal. With ever changing policies such as the early access to Superannuation or the legislated increase in mandatory employer contribution. This leaves us with a double-edged sword and awfully confused as to where we’re headed. Here are the three biggest talking points regarding Superannuation right now. https://moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/superannuation-today #SharetradingcoursesAustralia #InvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse #TradingCourseAustralia #StocktradingcoursesAustralia
    Superannuation Today – Sustainable Economic Policy
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  • The distinction between being wealthy and being rich is not always clear, but someone who is rich would always rather be wealthy. Join us this week as we dive into some of the differences between those that are rich and those that are wealthy:


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    The distinction between being wealthy and being rich is not always clear, but someone who is rich would always rather be wealthy. Join us this week as we dive into some of the differences between those that are rich and those that are wealthy: #AustralianInvestmentPodcast #MoneyInvestmentPodcast #HowtoInvestMoneyOnline #SMSFInvesting #SMSFinvestmentideas #SMSFInvestmentStrategies #TradingCourseAustralia #StocktradingcoursesAustralia #SharetradingcoursesAustralia #InvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse #TradingCourseAustralia #StocktradingcoursesAustralia https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/rich-vs-wealthy/
    Rich vs Wealthy
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  • After their lowest monthly sales ever since their opening in 1948, General Motors has culled the Holden operation in Australia for good. What this holds for the Australian economy may be worrisome. General Motors, Holden’s parent company, established iconic Aussie car brand way back in 1948 – this particular manufacturer over 164 years. The fact, not only a sign of times with our ever-growing global economy but also highlights how uncompetitive has been.

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    https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/general-motors-holden-closure/
    After their lowest monthly sales ever since their opening in 1948, General Motors has culled the Holden operation in Australia for good. What this holds for the Australian economy may be worrisome. General Motors, Holden’s parent company, established iconic Aussie car brand way back in 1948 – this particular manufacturer over 164 years. The fact, not only a sign of times with our ever-growing global economy but also highlights how uncompetitive has been. #SharetradingcoursesAustralia #InvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/general-motors-holden-closure/
    General Motors Shuts Down Their Holden Operation
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  • Before we jump into anything of the likes of debt recycling. It’s first important that we understand the notion of good debt vs. bad debt. As host Andrew Baxter describes, good debt (in the traditional sense) is debt on an appreciating asset like a house for example. Bad debt, on the other hand, are things like car loans. And credit cards that have no upside potential. And simply cost you money to have.

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    https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/debt-recycling-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/
    Before we jump into anything of the likes of debt recycling. It’s first important that we understand the notion of good debt vs. bad debt. As host Andrew Baxter describes, good debt (in the traditional sense) is debt on an appreciating asset like a house for example. Bad debt, on the other hand, are things like car loans. And credit cards that have no upside potential. And simply cost you money to have. #InvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/debt-recycling-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/
    Debt Recycling: The Good, the Bad & and the Ugly
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  • Any investor knows that you need to have confidence to successfully invest. Confidence means being certain, and as we all know – markets love certainty. The anecdotal evidence of our economic state seems to be rather different from how the statistics paint us. This means planting the flag in one spot as an investor becomes awfully challenging and anything but certain. Australia is experiencing a record rate of real unemployment yet has a 7-year high consumer confidence figure. Our property market is booming yet 1 in 7 rental properties have been left without a tenant. As host Andrew Baxter states, it just simply doesn’t make sense.

    https://www.mioola.com/andrewbaxter/post/53733926/

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    Any investor knows that you need to have confidence to successfully invest. Confidence means being certain, and as we all know – markets love certainty. The anecdotal evidence of our economic state seems to be rather different from how the statistics paint us. This means planting the flag in one spot as an investor becomes awfully challenging and anything but certain. Australia is experiencing a record rate of real unemployment yet has a 7-year high consumer confidence figure. Our property market is booming yet 1 in 7 rental properties have been left without a tenant. As host Andrew Baxter states, it just simply doesn’t make sense. https://www.mioola.com/andrewbaxter/post/53733926/ #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse #TradingCourseAustralia #StocktradingcoursesAustralia
    Behold The Year’s Australian Budget Post 53733926
    Another brilliant initiative in this year’s budget was the addition of easy access to higher education for young people. Now, the government has introduced access to up-skill courses in IT,... Post 53733926
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  • It’s no secret that the property market in popular areas is very difficult to break into for first home buyers. Many parents are lending a hand to their kids in order to help them get a foot in the door, but sometimes is it cruel to be kind? Join us today as we have a look at some of the issues coming from loaning from the bank of Mum and Dad:

    https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/can-you-be-too-kind-to-your-kids/

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    It’s no secret that the property market in popular areas is very difficult to break into for first home buyers. Many parents are lending a hand to their kids in order to help them get a foot in the door, but sometimes is it cruel to be kind? Join us today as we have a look at some of the issues coming from loaning from the bank of Mum and Dad: https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/can-you-be-too-kind-to-your-kids/ #StocktradingcoursesAustralia #SharetradingcoursesAustralia #InvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners
    Can You Be Too Kind To Your Kids?
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  • Inflation has been the word on every investor’s lips for the past fewmonths with governments taking measures to slow it down. Some believe that inflation is at a level now where it has peaked and it won’t go any higher. Host Andrew Baxter is not so sure, listen in to this week’s podcast to find out why

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    Inflation has been the word on every investor’s lips for the past fewmonths with governments taking measures to slow it down. Some believe that inflation is at a level now where it has peaked and it won’t go any higher. Host Andrew Baxter is not so sure, listen in to this week’s podcast to find out why https://australianinvestmenteducationau.wordpress.com/2022/09/29/has-inflation-peaked-money-and-investing-with-andrew-baxter/ #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse #TradingCourseAustralia #StocktradingcoursesAustralia

    Inflation has been the word on every investor’s lips for the past few months with governments taking measures to slow it down. Some believe that inflation is at a level now where it has peaked and it won’t go any higher. Host Andrew Baxter is not so sure, listen in to this week’s podcast to find out why.

    Key Data – CPI and PPI
    The Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Producer Price Index (PPI) are the figures we hear of every month that tell us where inflation is at. Many look at CPI as the main indicator, but Host Andrew Baxter explains that PPI may be a more worthwhile indicator. Increased prices for producers eventually leads to the prices of goods and services going up for consumers. The most recent report shows that the rate of increase has slowed marginally in the CPI figure, but the PPI figure is at its highest level since inflation. Given the leading nature of PPI, a higher PPI says that perhaps the CPI will continue to keep up as prices are passed on, albeit a little while down the track. Using that logic, it appears that perhaps inflation is not yet at its peak. In certain sectors, we have already seen major price increases for everyday items for everyday people. To name a few, vegetable prices have increased 82% with meat increasing 23%. Running a car has also become 60% more expensive in terms of fuel costs. Although these figures are astounding already, there is reason to suspect there are more increases to come.

    Central Banks – Have They Done Their Job?
    Interest rate hikes have been the talk of the town recently, with both the Federal Reserve and the Reserve Bank of Australia opting to increase interest rates so far this year. A common strategy of central banks is to provide forewarning of interest rate hikes before they are increased so investors keep their hands off the panic button when they do increase. We are yet to see any true impact from these rate hikes other, so has the job been done? Host Andrew Baxter notes that the central banks have an uphill battle ahead of them as they try to reel in inflation after it has already run rampant. Starting the process 4 or 5 months late hasn’t helped the central banks’ in attacking inflation. Addressing inflation on both the supply and demand side of the equation is imperative for the RBA and Fed and it may just take a while to get inflation back under control. Host Andrew Baxter foresees interest rates getting as high as 2-2.5% in the US, so there is certainly a bumpy road ahead for the Fed and for investors.

    External Factors to Consider
    While we here in Australia and in other parts of the world have seen the back of lockdowns, China has stood firm with their no strictly no Covid policies and brought in new restrictions. The fresh wave of Covid has forced about 25% of China’s enormous population into lockdown. Host Andrew Baxter explains that having such a large portion of a massive production centre of the world locked down boosts inflation. The inability of companies to produce their products, particularly in the tech space, has harmed supply and when supply drops but demand remains the same, prices increase. As a result, we see inflation increase. Similarly, the Ukraine and Russia war has seen oil prices reach enormous levels. The increased expenses of everyday costs ends with more pressure on margins, and as a result we see the extra expenses passed onto consumers.

    What This Means for the Stock Market
    One surprise out of the most recent earnings season comes from company’s being able to maintain their margins. Right now, retailers are able to be price makers with demand surging through the roof. If you go out and try to buy a new car at the moment, there’s a good chance you’ll be put on a waiting list, particularly for popular models. When things slow down and demand increases, this is where retailers need to become flexible and adapt from price makers to negotiating prices for sales. All in all, host Andrew Baxter sees discretionary spending slowing down in the near future as consumers try to save some money through this inflationary period. As a result, defensive stocks such as consumer staples and utilities are a steady go-to when the market is turbulent. Inflation plays on bond yields using TBT could be a good choice while the popular store of value gold is something that may also hold up quite well.

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  • A dividend is simply a cash payment from a company to which an investor holds shares in. They are often delivered in the form of more shares or in actual cash to order to reward shareholders for their loyalty. Paid usually every 6 months, dividends are a great income play for those who may need the cash flow.

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    https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/dividends/
    A dividend is simply a cash payment from a company to which an investor holds shares in. They are often delivered in the form of more shares or in actual cash to order to reward shareholders for their loyalty. Paid usually every 6 months, dividends are a great income play for those who may need the cash flow. #AustralianInvestmentCourse #AustralianInvestmentEducation #StockMarketCourse #Stockmarketcoursesforbeginners #TradingCourse https://www.moneyandinvesting.com.au/blog/dividends/
    Receiving Your Snip of the Nations Profits: Dividends
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