This morning Alan Kohler delves into Labor's terrible plan to stop paying cash refunds of franking credits to low taxpayers, sends a dispatch from the trade war front, including a look at the way Trump is both increasing imports and trying to stop them, and also examines Wesfarmers defenestration of Coles – should we invest in it?
March 17, 2018 Alan Kohler's Overview
This week in Talking Finance, Alan Kohler spoke to Andrew Probyn, Political Editor at the ABC for an update on the week's political news. There's also markets with Michael McCarthy, Chief Market Strategist at CMC Markets, economics with Riki Polygenis, Head of Australian Economics at NAB and an update on the fight for 5G with John Lord AM, Chairman of Huawei Technologies (Australia).
March 16, 2018 Talking Finance
“Crash Proof” is a practical guide for ordinary investors on how to enjoy stock market booms, yet safeguard against stock market crashes. In other words, how to seek attractive share market returns with the lower price volatility associated with bond markets.
March 14, 2018 Uncategorized
A weekly review of the Market Timing signals with Market Commentary and Technical Analysis.
March 17, 2018 MarketTiming Weekly Update
This week in The Investigation we talk with Greens transport spokesperson, Senator Janet Rice, about their new electric vehicles policy, and get some responses to it from Dan Cass at The Australia Institute and David Blackhall, CEO of the Australian Automotive Dealers Association. And David Thornton summarises these perspectives to see how soon Australian transport will be electric.
March 16, 2018 The Investigation
In this episode of Success Stories, Heidi Ridley, Global CEO of AXA Investment Managers’ Rosenberg Equities, a fund manager in charge of over 19 billion euros, speaks with Catherine Robson about the childhood financial trauma that shaped her career, juggling family life as a CEO and why failure is not an option.
March 16, 2018 Success Stories - With Catherine Robson
Economist Stephen Koukoulas charts the week in finance with a review of this week and a preview of what’s to come. This week - interest only loans; next week - the labour market.
March 16, 2018 The Constant Blogs
The Australian Labor Party has floated a range of economic proposals during their time in opposition, why did this week's franking dividend announcement unleash hell? In The Money Cafe, James Kirby and Alan Kohler discuss why it was a political mistake, as well as the latest Trump, Myer, and bitcoin news. Listeners also chime in with another round of debate about ETFs.
March 15, 2018 The Money Cafe
In this week's #AskAlan Facebook Livestream, we talk about LICs, Labor's tax plan, and L1 Capital.
March 15, 2018 Facebook Livestream
This week's Crypto 101 is all about the APAC Blockchain Conference. Producer Greg Dimopoulos went along to find out the latest from those in the know.
March 15, 2018 Crypto 101
Simon Moutter is the CEO of Spark New Zealand. In Australia Spark is an electricity company, but in New Zealand, Spark is the old Telecom New Zealand which was the old government owned telco, the same as Telstra here. Alan Kohler gave Simon a call to find out more about the business.
March 15, 2018 CEO Interviews
Percy Allan, editor of MarketTiming, examines whether the market is breaking or just pausing.
March 15, 2018 Percy Allan
This week in The Crypto Current, Alan Kohler spoke to Greg Medcraft, the Director of the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs at the OECD who was in Melbourne for the APAC Blockchain Conference.
March 14, 2018 The Crypto Current Podcast