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MB Fund Live Webinar – Australian Dollar Reflation? (Today)

Join us today as MB Fund Head of Investments, Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith and Tim Fuller discuss the future of the Pacific Peso. – What is sitting behind the recent fall in the AUD? – Can the current drivers be relied upon for future direction? – How is the Emerging Markets Crisis and Trumps Trade

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MB Fund Seminar Melbourne is today!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. Sydney was terrific and now it is time to do it all again in Melbourne tonight! This year’s agenda is, of course, The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and

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MB Fund seminar – Sydney today!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. This year’s agenda is, of course, The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen, David Llewellyn-Smith and Damien Klassen as they discuss just how fast and

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MB Fund Seminar – book now!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. This year’s agenda is, of course, The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen, David Llewellyn-Smith and Damien Klassen as they discuss just how fast and

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MB Fund Seminar series starts next week!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. This year’s agenda is, of course, The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen, David Llewellyn-Smith and Damien Klassen as they discuss just how fast and

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MB Fund Podcast: How to benefit from international investment

Join Nucleus Wealth Head of Investments, Damien Klassen, Head of Strategy David Llewellyn Smith and Tim Fuller as we discuss the Why, What and How you can take advantage of the other 98% of world stock markets. View the webinar here.     Tim Fuller is Head of Operations at the Macrobusiness Fund, which is powered

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Live MB Webinar – The Nervous Investor

Join us today as MB Fund Head of Investments, Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith and Tim Fuller discuss current market conditions and how someone who is nervous about entering sharemarkets can still take advantage of opportunities. – Capital protection whilst still capturing some upside of shares – When to climb the wall of worry

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2018 Sydney MB Fund Seminar announced!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. This year’s agenda is of course The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen, David Llewellyn-Smith and Damien Klassen as they discuss just how fast and

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2018 MB Fund Melbourne Seminar announced!

After a full year in the office, we are happy to announce round two of the MB Fund seminar series. This year’s agenda is of course The Great Australian Housing Crash! Come one and come all to see (and meet) Leith van Onselen, David Llewellyn-Smith and Damien Klassen as they discuss just how fast and

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MB Fund Live Webinar – Mega Trends

This Afternoon (12:30pm AEST) on the live MB Fund Webinar, Mega Trends, has MB Fund Head of Investment, Damien Klassen and Tim Fuller having a look at some of the major global trends that impact the way a money manager invests in stock markets. Rising inequality Baby Boomers Women in the workforce Global debt levels Company tax rates

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MB Fund up for Innovation Gong

We are proud to announce that the company behind the MB Fund, Nucleus Wealth, has been named a finalist in the upcoming IFA Excellence Awards for the category “Innovator of the Year – Company”. Thanks to everyone involved in bringing a unique and tailored, quality investment solution that is typically only reserved for high net

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MB Fund Podcast – The BAT has FAANGs

Yesterday we did a deep dive on the perennial rise of the big US tech growth giants and some eastern upstarts in Baidu, Ali Baba and Tencent. Unsurprisingly, Apple hit $1Trn market cap overnight. Co-inkydink? You be the judge.    

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MB Fund Live Webinar – The BAT has FAANGs

This Afternoon (12:30pm AEST) on the live MB Fund Webinar, The BAT has FAANGs, has MB Fund Head of Investment, Damien Klassen and Tim Fuller having a look at the perennial rise of the big US tech growth giants and some eastern upstarts in Baidu, Ali Baba and Tencent. Looking at growth stocks in general Is it too

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Super customer has to sue fund to discover holdings

The ABC is reporting a fascinating story of David v. Goliath in the super sector: Super funds are legally required to pass on information that members need to make decisions about their investments. But nobody has ever tested whether strategies to deal with climate-related risks is information covered by that section. “There’s inherent risks to investing in

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Employment up, Wages Down? What gives? – Live Webinar Today

This Afternoon on MB Fund Webinar, Employment up, Wages Down? What gives? will have Leith Van Onselen, Damien Klassen and Tim Fuller having a look at the Australian Labour market as it stands today. Whats the state of play? Where is the labour market trending in Australia? Do we have a new employment boom on our hands?

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Webinar: The boom and bust of Australian property

In this episode of the MB Fund weekly webinar, Economist Leith Van Onselen and Strategist David Llewellyn-Smith join Damien Klassen and Tim Fuller as they deconstruct the Australian Housing Market. The webinar covers: the state of housing markets nationally today; a deep dive into Sydney; a deep dive into Melbourne; scenarios and policy responses; investment

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Who are the real winners and losers from imputation reform?

The dust is starting to settle a little on the Labor governments recent proposal to stop the refund of unused franking credits and lines are slowly being drawn in the sand in preparation for battle. An interesting (but unfortunately obvious) emergence has been the ‘inbetweener’ advocation of battlers that are potentially going to be adversely

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The Australian SMSF landscape

We recently ran a webinar entitled the SMSF Asset Allocation Master Class in which, as an introduction, I thought I might provide a snapshot of the Australian SMSF landscape. The following graphs have been created from an ATO dataset who publish SMSF statistics quarterly, the most recent being Jun 2017 which was released a couple

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Mega-trends on the MB Fund radar

That’s a wrap on our latest Nucleus Wealth webinar entitled ‘Long Term Trends’ where Damien and I ran through some key world trends that a focus for how stocks are positioned in the MacroBusiness fund. We shot this live with Q and A at the end. Invites for the live stream and Q and A went

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Fed hikes swept away in hurricanes?

Via Karen Moley: … economists warn the US central bank will have no option to shelve any plans for hiking US interest rates this year to compensate for the hit to US economic activity after Harvey shuttered businesses and made it impossible for people to get to work. Some estimate that Harvey could slice as much as 1.5 percentage points off US GDP

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Time to make financial planning tax deductable?

There has been a recent push in the planning fraternity to renew calls for upfront financial planning advice to be made tax deductible (as opposed to ongoing investment management fees etc). Tax deductibility is an interesting beast. From my experience meeting with hundreds of clients in various roles over the years, it sits at the

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Spaceship deemed Space Cowboy

People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, so are we going to let Graham Hand toss a few rocks for us at of one of the larger players in the online superannuation space, Spaceship: Spaceship recently said it had almost reached $100 million under management, an incredible amount for a startup. On 1 June 2017, The Australian

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Would you like ethics with that?

Close watchers of Macrobusiness will be aware that after a year of set-up we recently launched a fund to implement the macroeconomic themes for readers in the market. When putting together an offer like this to such a broad readership, there are always going to be surprises. One area that offered such a surprise is the

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Consolidation hands MySuper to the behemoths

There has been a recent spate of feather ruffling directed at one area of superannuation not known for high levels of excitement. The area is  MySuper and you can be forgiven for not knowing a lot about it. So why all the noise? – simply, some changes are coming to upset a typically cushy segment

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Financial adviser’s undergo “remediation”

It’s been a big month for financial advice in Australia. Big 4 CEO’s have all returned from Canberra and now sit uncomfortably on their leather chairs in their corner offices. The advice regulator has continued the barrage with the timely release of a report admonishing the big instos for hiring each other’s bad apples. As luck

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Desperate developers dangle insane commissions

An interesting article out yesterday revealed the largesse local developers are now showering on brokers and real estate “advisers” to help move unsold stock from upcoming off the plan apartment developments: Commission payments of up to15 per cent, free tickets to Adele concerts and luxury holidays to Greece are on offer to mortgage brokers and