Podcasts

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MB Fund Podcast: A trader’s guide to markets in 2021, with Patrick Ceresna

In today’s investment webinar, MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and Head of Operations Shelley George are joined by prolific trader, avid podcaster, and the Chief Derivative Market Strategist of Big Picture Trading, Patrick Ceresna. We wanted to bring Patrick on to get a trader’s perspective of current macroeconomic and trading trends such as:

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MB Fund Podcast: How high can Bitcoin go?

In today’s investment webinar, MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and Head of Operations Shelley George investigate how high Bitcoin can go. We give a background on the technology used in Bitcoin, a breakdown of what private money (like Cryptocurrency) is, how and why Bitcoin is valued, and analysis of what this means for

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MB Fund Podcast: 2021 Australian Property Price Boom

Australian property prices are set to boom in 2021. Why? Australia’s successful elimination of COVID-19, the economy’s better than expected recovery, and the unprecedented fiscal and monetary support have stars aligned for strong Australian property price growth in 2021 In today’s episode, MB Fund’s Chief Economist Leith van Onselen, Head of Investments Damien Klassen and

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MB Fund Podcast: Will the great value stock rotation last?

This week we turn our attention to the previously unloved (and underperforming) but now surging area of the stock market, value stocks. The question on everyone’s mind; will it last? So join us in today’s investment webinar, as MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and Head of Operations Tim Fuller hypothesise if the great

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MB Fund Podcast: Is 2020 Government Stimulus essentially MMT?

With the heavy amounts of Government stimulus being provided worldwide this year in response to Coronavirus’ economic impacts, we wanted to get the perspective of Adelaide University’s Dr. Steven Hail as to if this stimulus was essentially MMT in all but name Our Agenda includes: • Quick background to MMT • MMT and Inflation expectations

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MB Fund Podcast: China and Australia at War

We discuss the history Australian-Chinese relations, China using this as a foundation for creeping influence into Australia, and the resulting escalation of tensions; including Chinese demands of Australia and recent blocks on numerous commodities. We discuss the evident decoupling and cover the economic impacts of the commodities blocks and decrease in Chinese tourism and students

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MB Fund Podcast: Aussie property and COVID-19. With Martin North

In today’s investment webinar we discussed the RBA’s recently unveiled plans to drop interest rates to unprecedented levels to support the Australian economy and property market, but the million dollar question is, will it work? To help determine this, MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen and Head of Advice Tim Fuller are joined by

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MB Fund Podcast: The future of manufacturing and energy in Australia, with David Morgan

In today’s investment webinar MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Head of Advice Tim Fuller and Principal of Iron Matrix, David Morgan discuss the future of manufacturing and energy in Australia. On the agenda today: Manufacturing revival in Australia (and other western countries), if the declining costs of renewable energy will be enough to

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MB Fund Podcast: Is Superannuation Distorting Investment Markets? With Dr Cameron Murray

Our attention turns this week to what is most Australian’s second biggest asset, Superannuation. Super means a lot things to every Australian. For some it’s a tax efficient long term savings vehicle that if managed well can provide security and reassurance that retirement will be comfortable and reliable. For others it is an annoying, mandated

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MB Fund Podcast: The disastrous Economics of Climate Change, with Prof. Steve Keen

On the agenda today: • prof. Keen’s recent work on the appallingly bad neoclassical economics of climate change, in which he contends numerous errors have been made in calculating the economic effects of climate change. Correcting for these errors makes it feasible that the economic damages from climate change are at least an order of

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MB Fund Podcast Special: Dr Frankenberg’s Mad Budget Experiment!

A special episode of the podcast this week, in which MB Fund’s Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith, Chief Economist Leith van Onselen, Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and Head of Advice Tim Fuller dive into Dr Frankenberg’s Mad Budget Experiment! (aka Australia’s Budget). On the agenda: • The budget numbers & policies • Economic, political

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MB Radio: Irresponsibility becomes the new black

Ahead of the anticipated announcement of the Federal Governments trashing of responsible lending laws by moving oversight of financial lending from ASIC to APRA, Gunnamatta spoke with David Llewellyn-Smith and Leith van Onselen about the implications of the move, and how this positions the Australian economy.  The sound is a touch raw, and the discussion

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MB Fund podcast: Is Gold the anti-dollar? With John Deniz

In today’s investment webinar,MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith, Head of Operations Tim Fuller and funds manager John Deniz turn their attention to if Gold is the anti-dollar. On the agenda, the correlation between USD & Gold, where we see the gold price heading, the US budget deficit and

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MB Fund Podcast: Gammaquake! Are markets about to break?

Is the Gammaquake over or just beginning? What actually is gamma and why should you care. Join us today to discuss recent market movements and what they mean for investment portfolios In today’s investment webinar MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn Smith and Head of Operations Tim Fuller investigate if

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MB Fund Podcast – Australian Households weighed down by Debt Anchor? With Prof. Richard Holden

In today’s investment webinar Nucleus Wealth’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Head of Advice Tim Fuller and Prof. Richard Holden explore what measures are left for both monetary and fiscal levers with the chance to prevent, or exacerbate the indelible effects of the pandemic on the Australian economy. Join us as we discuss the ongoing

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MB Fund Podcast: Testing Australian Property for Coronavirus, with Stephen Mitchell

With the Australian property market in a marked period of uncertainty due to Coronavirus, we take an on-the-ground look at what’s happening within the broader lending market. This means diving into the world of bad debts as they relate to bank lending, developers, commercial and residential property to get an indication for just how great

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MB Fund Podcast: The Future of Financial Advice with Purpose Advisory and Metlife

The landscape of the financial advice industry has changed rapidly over the past decade, meaning major changes for clients and advisers alike. To unpack the changes, what these mean for clients and advisers, and what the future of financial advice looks like, we’ve brought Tristan Scifo and Harry Goldberg from Purpose Advisory onto the panel

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MB Fund Podcast: Will Technology Driven Deflation be ‘The Price of Tomorrow’? With Jeff Booth

Join us as we discuss Technology’s ever-growing role in the world, the resulting deflation it will generate, and the major structural changes to the economy as we know it caused by this. We discuss these changes in industries it’s already happened in, as well as some likely candidates such as energy and automotive. We wrap

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MB Radio: A podcast of gloomy disposition

  With the sheer enormity of the COVID19 pandemic’s economic impact only starting to dawn, David Llewellyn Smith and Leith Van Onselen spoke with Gunnamatta on the major forms the shock has taken through the Australian economy.  Over the course of about 75 minutes (3 parts) they cover the ugly numbers and the dynamics across

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MB Fund Podcast: Pulling back the curtain on Australia’s economy with CBA’s Head of Economics, Gareth Aird

Join us as we discuss CBA’s real-time tracking of the Australian economy, the difficult path ahead, the role of government in stimulating growth, and Gareth’s views on the housing market. In today’s investment webinar MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Chief Economist Leith van Onselen, Head of Financial Advice Tim Fuller and CBA’s Head

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MB Fund podcast: Will Insolvencies topple the Australian economy? With Caroline Di Russo (Includes podcast version)

Markets have disconnected from reality. The economic fundamentals are almost as bad as they have ever been. But that hasn’t concerned markets in recent months, and it doesn’t look like concerning markets any time soon.  Therefore, we’re looking at factors that may bring markets back to earth, and believe corporate insolvencies may be a key