Mar17

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In this episode we take a look at the topic that has fuelled many cocktail hour conversations: shares versus property. Niv Dagan walks us through the statistics over the past 20 years to show to show how shares have outperformed property and why. Louise Bedford tells us to stop being VANILLA about things that matter in Mindpower and suggests creating a bubble of protection around yourself. Janet Beckers gives us a tribal leaders tip and Jono tells us the state of the market last week.

 

Market Wrap with Jono Barratt

With the prospect of interest rates moving up in the USA and the whole cycle reversing, the Dow closed down 143 points on Friday.

The Australian market is trading with mixed confidence at the moment while the Dax and Tech Dax have had a fantastic move. While the Europeans are still printing 50 billion euro, anything with a European flavour looks good to Jono.

 

Mindpower with Louise Bedford

Other people’s opinions of you are none of your business.

So stop being VANILLA about things that count. Sometimes instead of biting your tongue you should be giving people a tongue-lashing. One of the keys to success is to make a decision and back yourself. Try creating a bubble for yourself and let any negative person on the outside hit your bubble wall.

You see… when you are living your best self, you won’t give up.

 

JanetTribal Leaders Tip with Janet Beckers

Old excuses wont cut it when you are ready to step up as the leader of your tribe.

What habits are you going to have to let go of to step up into your success?

For more tribal leaders tips go: http://www.romanceyourtribe.com

 

 

Shares versus Property With Niv Dagan.

It’s the age-old question of shares versus property. The dealing room versus bricks and mortar.

Many dinner conversations have been had over this topic and while taste, personality and preference all play a role in a people’s decisions, Niv Dagan walks us through how shares have been outperforming property over the past 20 years.

In the 2013/14 ASX Long-Term Investor report, returns for the 3 main investor classes were:

Cash: 6%

Residential Property: 8.6%

Shares: 10%

The major reason for shares outperformance of property is that dealing tickets are just so much more affordable than mortgage loan repayments. The share market is much more accessible to people. Niv also outlines how you can protect the value of your share portfolio with insurance.

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Highlights of Talking Trading are also available on Louise Bedford’s Soundcloud.

Additional Music by Kevin MacLeod http://www.incompetech.com