NZ Everyday Investor
In this week's episode, Rupert and Darcy discuss how we often put too much importance on what's happening in the macro-economic world when making our own financial decisions.
The low down on why June was another record-breaking month, the forces that have dictated market performance over the first half of 2021, and why Europe, Emerging Markets, and NZ are all under-performing.
Many Kiwi’s will need to choose between draining their KiwiSaver account and fulfilling their homeownership dreams. But is it actually a good idea? What is the opportunity cost? And is there a better way?
We’re living in an age where an oat milk company is worth billions, meat made from plants is replacing meat from animals, and electric vehicles are becoming the norm. Everyday ‘mum and dad’ investors can access the share markets through an app on their phone, people can invest in a pixel on the internet (NFTs), and celebrities can cause a share price to drop by billions with a single tweet.
Rupert and Darcy talk about the NZ housing market! It's overvalued but what caused it, what's being done to treat it, will it work, and what shall home-buyers do while waiting for the market's health to stabilise?
Our founder, Rupert, sat down with Darcy from the NZ Everyday Investor to chat about socially responsible investing. And more specifically, how we at kōura ensure we always invest in things that we (and you!) can be proud of.
kōura has brought on the country’s largest insurance and mortgage adviser network as its new majority shareholder to launch a “facilitated” digital advice product targeting those who do not think about their KiwiSaver.
This week Rupert and Darcy are joined by Tom from Investing with Tom. They chat all about Finance TLA's (three-letter acronyms), breaking some of them down, and discussing what they mean.
The global economy is growing at its fastest rate since the 1960's and markets are trying to decide whether the economy is overheating which might lead to inflation and an end to the free money era, or whether we're just in a transitory period.
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