MB Fund Podcast: Attack of the Zombies with Christopher Joye

Christopher Joye joins us to discuss Bonds, Inflation, Zombie Companies and corporate debt.

In today’s webinar, hear from MB Fund’s Head of Investment Damien Klassen, Tim Fuller and special guest Christopher Joye as they cover the “Attack of the Zombies”.

Discussion ranges from Government and Hybrid Bonds, rising interest rates, Inflation & growth, Zombie Companies and if they can survive an external shock like the Coronavirus, LIT’s & LIC’s paying commissions to brokers and as always discussing what this all means for your investments

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


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Comments

  1. Awesome interview. @cjoye – looking at the long short as part of after tax savings plan as a result.

  2. I’ve heard that when Australia enters a recession, claws will grow from between Christopher Joye’s fingers.

  3. So, uh, you didn’t actually talk much about this “inflationary episode” that is perhaps 3 years away.

    I’d have like to have heard what you and Chris, respectively, think that might look like. On axes including wages, living costs, asset prices, interest rates, gdp, labour share of profit, etc.

    • Damien KlassenMEMBER

      Good topics for round 2… I agree would be interesting to explore. As you can probably tell we had way more than what would fit into one podcast! I had 3-4 other things I wanted to discuss but we just ran out of time.