With the Trump administration imploding, the President can no longer take credit for a bump in the US economy. This clears the way for Janet Yellen and Fed to do their thing. What will the US rate hikes mean for investors?
APRA’s making headlines this morning, but did they actually make an impactful change?
I’m also looking at shorting stocks which can be a tricky business, as we saw this week with Quintis and Myer.
And is Australia’s Superannuation system something to envy compared to other countries’ systems?
It’s official, James Kirby was right and Alan Kohler was wrong and James is keen to remind Alan in The Money Cafe this week.
They also discuss investing in cannabis and debate how driverless cars will make ethical decisions about who to save in a potentially fatal accident. And of course, the topic of the week, our energy crisis.
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