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The NZ Everyday Investor! A podcast designed for the the everyday person, who's keen to build new wealth in the new world using existing, and new tools to get the job done. We select guests for our show who have a genuine story to tell - not just industry experts but people who have made great financial moves, some on purpose and some totally by accident! We hope you enjoy the show.
 
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Cat and Christine are the hosts of 'It's No Secret' - Podcast, every Tuesday - Check them out!! Bitcoin is for everyday investors, because when it's not busy completely replacing the global financial system, it's just another thing you can invest in. It shouldn't be a big deal right? While it's just another investment option, it's quite a different…
 
Evergrande is the first positive case of what potentially may be the next global (financial) pandemic. Having said that, it may be absolutely nothing to worry. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/21/evergrande-will-it-collapse-and-what-would-happen-if-it-did Be sure to catch the live recording every fortnight at 5:30pm (Wednesday) by followi…
 
Is your home REALLY your castle? If you hold wealth via property - it's only 'real' if your CONNECTION to that title can be trusted. In the new world we're heading into, increasingly there may be higher standards that use better technology in the area of storing title information. If you think of LINZ (Land Information NZ) as a reference point - if…
 
Check out 'Concentration vs Diversification' on YouTube. Welcome to a special episode this week with Kristen Lunmen and Rupert Carlyon about Managed funds vs individual shares – which strategy is best? By 'spreading you eggs' over many baskets - you MAY be able to reduce some of your losses should a share market correction occur - but this may come…
 
Managed funds vs Shares? It's kind of like an extension of diversification vs concentration in a way. Kristen Lunmen, GM and co-founder at Hatch joins me along with Rupert Carlyon for a light hearted debate over the pro's and con's of each. Check in with Facebook at 4pm this Friday the 10th of September for the livestream here: https://www.facebook…
 
Check out the recent guidance that the Financial Markets Authority recently published around Finfluencers: https://www.fma.govt.nz/news-and-resources/reports-and-papers/guide-to-talking-about-money-online/ According to the Financial Markets Authority, "it’s fine to talk about financial matters online, as long as you keep it general" As someone who …
 
Depending on how you're wired, you're going to gravitate easily to one end of the diversification-concentration spectrum. In a well constructed portfolio, it is possible for you to assemble the best components from each of these philosophies - today I'm going to discuss some of these ways. If you like to take more of a deep dive into diversificatio…
 
If you want an answer from me around 'How Long Should I Fix my Mortgage For?', this is not the episode you're looking for I'm afraid. My opinion pertaining to interest rate expectations, like anyone's really, is absolute garbage. Luckily, knowing which way things are going is not what's important anyway - instead, it's more about understanding your…
 
Now as s a warm-up to this show, you may wish to check out what is a Stablecoin Ep 156 and what is De-centralised Finance Ep 120 and no, before you’re tempted to skip this one, It’s not actually about Bitcoin or anything too fringy today. If you know that growing wealth does not equal getting rich, then this is the episode for you - Today, it's all…
 
https://www.kourawealth.co.nz/blog/july21-market-update What is 'Square', why did they purchase AfterPay, and why is this potentially much bigger news than what you may initially think? Are you down with CCP - is China just doing things (the communist way), that perhaps we should be doing also - and by we I mean the Government? The three pillars of…
 
Today, we’re talking about how private enterprises are working together to ensure the next generation has a deep, default, and durable attitude towards building wealth long term. Let me ask you a question here though: In the absence of a default financial education program reaching your kids, would you be happy for them to receive guidance from sou…
 
The last time Sharon was on the podcast was Ep 121 - It was about Zombies, and you should check it out after this one. Many of us haven’t gone through a period of decent, sustained inflation – in my first decade of life existed a time where inflation hovered around 15% each year in New Zealand. Prices would double every 5 years at this rate ref: ht…
 
Property is so much better than shares, except when shares are better than property! Like anything, our brain's yearn for the simple black or white / yes or no / up or down - here, the question is not so much which horse to back, but how to be a better rider. In today's chat, Rupert and Darcy discuss the following themes in relation to the question…
 
‘Investing between the flags’ So enter in the analogy of investing between the flags. If you visit some of the beaches this summer around the country that you haven’t been to before, what you see on the surface, can often be masking a set of risks. I know from experience that jumping into raging body for a surf when you really can’t swim that well,…
 
The future of finance is already here, it's just not fully apparent. Not many of us would get excited on the topic of Central Bank digital currencies and tax, but I'd suggest anything that can signal a change to how our dollar works is a topic we should dive into. As our investments are denominated in a currency that can be manipulated, it doesn't …
 
Listen in to Fred Soar, Chief Executive at Soar Print as he talks with NZ Business Podcast host Paul Spain. Soar Print is a family-owned business that has been in operation for over a hundred years and has therefore learnt how to survive - and even thrive - through decades of ongoing change, reinvention, and improvement. We learn from the Soar Prin…
 
Just when the Government was starting to get it's buzz on from a new source of funding that apparently slips under the radar somewhat (modern monetary theory), the Treasury wants them to order another keg. My special guest today is Jenée Tibshraeny – Jenee is financial journalist for interest.co.nz and is an acclaimed reporter who covers the intera…
 
Instead of putting weigh on the outside world in an attempt to outsmart the matrix, we often forget to consider our micro-economic world. if we have our own world a little more under control, we often get the results we're looking for. Figuring out the longer term trends and positioning yourself appropriately to benefit IS a valid strategy don't ge…
 
Finfluenza, a viral infection of pandemic proportions, or just a bunch of amateurs talking about money? Surely what podcasters do MUST make professional broadcasters cringe? Heck, I make myself cringe! Finfluencers shouldn't make financial advisers cringe - I think this is unwise. First you mock them... From a regulators point of view this is where…
 
Myth one: You don't have to pay tax on your digital assets - busted Myth two: You pay tax on gains, but cannot offset any losses - busted Myth three: It's too complicated to pay tax on digital assets - busted Giving to Caesar, what is due to Caesar, can be rather tough. Perhaps, some attracted to investing in digital assets like Bitcoin are attract…
 
Canada, Sweden, and New Zealand - we're in the top 3 here for all the wrong reasons. So many ways to look at this - but let's say New Zealand Inc traded on the NYSE...relative to many other 'stock's ', the theory goes, we're a little over valued. So what caused it, what's now being used to treat it, will it work, and what shall we home-buyers do wh…
 
Financially conservative people often seek comfort in a spreadsheet which soon becomes their master, eventually resulting in in-action. Risk takers on the other hand, have no issues with taking action, but could often do far better with a little more planning. Once again, the solution isn't in the investment, it's within the investor. In this episo…
 
Socially responsible investing, ESG, ethical investing – these principles are nothing new, but today we’re going to run through what Koura does in order to do no harm, and dare I say, even do a little good, when investors play the game. We're in a season of expecting more from our investment activities - not just in the form of higher returns with …
 
TLA's, or three letter acronyms: a subconscious moat of defense we collectively lay down when we need to own the support of others. In your profession, your circle of friends, your flavor of politics, you'll have your own language, and you may not even know you're excluding others by default. The finance industry does this also - so today, we're go…
 
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