NZ Everyday Investor
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In this week's episode, Rupert and Darcy discuss the topic everyone's getting tired of but no one can stop talking about - inflation. Particularly RBNZ's recent announcement that they might raise the OCR, and what that means for Kiwi's who have big mortgages that are coming up for re-fixing.
The problem with the traditional KiwiSaver model is that it’s inflexible and doesn’t take your own personal financial timeline and risk appetite into account. Let’s look at some examples of how this model can impact your long-term financial goals...
In this week's episode, Rupert and Darcy discuss the tensions between mainstream, traditional investing, and cryptocurrency. Is adding cryptocurrency to your investment portfolio actually investing, or is it gambling?
Rupert and Darcy discuss the recent shakeup in KiwiSaver default providers, why providers can't advertise their returns from the last 12 months, and the responsibility KiwiSaver schemes have (or don't) to ensure their fees are reflective of the value they provide
With impressive market performance and the rise in platforms like Sharesies, it’s not surprising that more people are investing their money. But what happens when people start investing in things simply because it's trending? Welcome to the topic of FOMO investing...
In this week's episode Rupert and Darcy answer: what is inflation, why is everyone talking about it right now, and how do you invest through periods of inflation?
In this week's episode Rupert and Darcy talk Berkshire Hathaway, Charlie Munger and Warren Buffet. What and who are they, why do people worship them, and what were the key takeaways from their AGM?
Global markets rose by over 4% this month, with the returns spread across all regions. The 3 big themes driving the markets were calming interest rate expectations, the concern around inflation, and the global economy starting to reopen.
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