MB Fund seminar in Canberra tonight!

As we round out 2 years in the saddle, we are happy to announce round three of the MB Fund seminar series.

This year’s presentation is titled Global Shocker! It will examine the mushrooming threats in Australia’s external environment including Cold War 2.0 and trade wars, Brexit, a slowing China and US recession, as well as their impacts upon:

  • property prices;
  • commodity prices and the Australian economy;
  • interest rates and quantitative easing;
  • the Australian dollar;
  • share and bond markets at home and abroad.

Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen (Canberra), David Llewellyn-Smith (Sydney) and Damien Klassen as we share our take on the what’s in store for Aussie investment.

There will be an extended Q&A.

All welcome – please fill out this quick form or click on the links below so we can track numbers for each event.

MacroBusiness Seminar – Canberra

Monday 24th June, 5:30pm for 6pm till 8pm
Mantra on Macarthur
219 Northbourne Ave,
Turner ACT 2612

MacroBusiness Seminar – Sydney

Wednesday 26th June, 5:30 for 6pm till 8pm
The Grace Hotel
77 York Street
Sydney, New South Wales

 Looking forward to seeing you all then!

Tim Fuller is Head of Operations at the Macrobusiness Fund, which is powered by Nucleus Wealth.


The information on this blog contains general information and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. Past performance is not an indication of future performance. Tim Fuller is an authorised representative of Nucleus Wealth Management, a Corporate Authorised Representative of Integrity Private Wealth Pty Ltd, AFSL 436298.

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      • Hey Tim, umming and ahhing about joining, but can’t see mining in your linkedin history, so are you experienced in it ? Guess I want to trust in someone with this background…

      • Hi Donna – I will shoot you an email to discuss. But yes spent the back half of the 2000’s in West Angelas, Newman and Karratha, they were some great times.

  1. The Traveling Wilbur

    (/rant)(/irony)(/sarcasm) I think the theory is that they’re making you so much additional (comparatively) money that you wouldn’t give a figure the size of the annual sub a second thought. Which is, really, quite logical.

  2. Top uni wants to lower entry standards to counter student exodus

    One of Sydney’s top universities wants to lower its entry standards for year 12 students and delay lifting English language requirements for overseas students to battle a multi-million dollar revenue shortfall.

    “A below-the-radar approach is recommended to protect reputation,” said one of the slides presented to staff and obtained by the Herald.

    The University of New South Wales lost $14.2 million after more than 800 domestic students dropped out before or early in term one and the number of first year international students fell by 222, documents show.

    What a joke.

    These Universities are simply destroying their own credibility and the credibility of all previous graduate’s degrees.

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