Negativity looms large once again in The Money Cafe, thanks to fresh news from the German bond market. Are we all totally rooted? Alan thinks so, James is more circumspect. Also discussed: the Donald's latest power play, discounted LICs and bear ETFs.
Alan Kohler is joined by Sue Dahn, Financial Advisor of the Year, to discuss how the financial advice industry is changing, why the Fed cut left some disappointed, how long the good times can last, and answer a number of listener questions.
Steve Sammartino, author and futurist, joins Alan Kohler in this week’s episode of The Money Café to discuss Facebook, Tesla, Apple, the ASX and its new high, as well as answer a number of listener questions.
This week on The Money Café, Dr Doug Turek, Managing Director and Principal Adviser of Professional Wealth joins Alan Kohler to discuss Graeme Samuel’s review into APRA, whether the RBA has overstepped its mark, and answer a sizeable amount of listener questions.
With rate cuts looming and housing affordability looking strong, cash is on everyone's mind in this episode of The Money Cafe. Aside from many reader questions on where to spend it, Alan Kohler and James Kirby discuss Afterpay, the question to ask your super fund, and why the economy is looking good for investors.
It's a double James week on The Money Cafe, as James Kirby is joined by James Gerrard, financial adviser, for a substantial look at his investing philosophy.
This week on The Money Cafe, James Kirby is joined by financial adviser Bruce Brammall to discuss the urgent matter of super insurance, the tricky matter of picking the right financial advice, and a series of tricky listener questions.