6 episodes

Hear from industry thought leaders in an open and transparent discussion format. This original series was the first Ground Control channel to launch and received popular feedback and ratings. Advisers and clients found value in the insights offered by the guest panelists that were open and candid about many of the issues affecting the industry and most importantly the world. During times like COVID-19 uncertainty was at it's peak and it is reassuring to know what is going through the minds of these key thought leaders in the financial sector.
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Ground Control Easton Wealth

    • Investing
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

Hear from industry thought leaders in an open and transparent discussion format. This original series was the first Ground Control channel to launch and received popular feedback and ratings. Advisers and clients found value in the insights offered by the guest panelists that were open and candid about many of the issues affecting the industry and most importantly the world. During times like COVID-19 uncertainty was at it's peak and it is reassuring to know what is going through the minds of these key thought leaders in the financial sector.
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This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.

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    The Rollercoaster is over: Now for the Road Bumps!

    The Rollercoaster is over: Now for the Road Bumps!

    The rollercoaster may have slowed down but there are likely to be many road-bumps along the way. Emmanuel Calligeris shares his insights into how companies will report in a Covid 19 environment , including such things as asset write-downs. He discusses the need to look for total return not dividends, the timing of when the stimulus will get to wallets and impacts on trade with other countries. He discusses the internal road-bumps such as the resumption of consumption and employment .
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    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.

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    • 25 min
    Client Behaviour in an Asymmetric Financial World

    Client Behaviour in an Asymmetric Financial World

    This edition of Ground Control we have special guest Andrew Inwood from CoreData Research who provides some valuable insights based on the research CoreData have been doing. Specifically around the adviser sentiment, how are the advisers really feeling during these times of uncertainty…Positive? Optimistic or Pessimistic? Andrew also explains how client sentiment is travelling with a huge drop on 1st April, but what have the statistics shown thereafter?
    Have you heard of the term “The Hammer and the dance”? The biggest question people are searching for is what happens in the second wave of the Corona Virus? We find out the relevance of the Hammer and the dance and explore the three potential scenarios of economic recovery that we are potentially faced with. 
    Diving into the market and investor behaviour, Andrew reinforces that today’s financial world currently is going to be asymmetric, there is hard work involved in understanding what is happening right now. Communication is vital and Andrew introduces a post Jungian (Karl) Behavioural Framework and how you can use it to break down clients into 4 distinct behavioural segments. Understanding this, helps you to understand and communicate effectively during times where nervous tension is very much prevalent. 

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    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.

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    • 19 min
    The Road Out: Tread Carefully

    The Road Out: Tread Carefully

    In this fourth edition of Ground Control Emmanuel Calligeris the Chair of the Easton Wealth Investment Committee discusses the RBA forecasts, his views on the relationship of the Australian Dollar to the US Dollar, provides an explanation on how we can get to 'negative' oil prices, the liquidity crisis faced by some large super funds and what he sees as the road out with the warning signs we need to be cognizant of. Grahame Evans CEO of Easton Wealth also discusses early access of Superannuation for those impacted by the economic damage of COVID-19.

    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.


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    • 24 min
    The next 3 months and beyond: The future has a future

    The next 3 months and beyond: The future has a future

    In our 3rd edition of Ground Control we look at the upcoming few months and how it may play out as well as consider the more medium to long term future. Emmanuel Calligeris, Chair of our Investment Committee and Approved Product Committee, outlines potential scenarios as we continue to try and flatten the curve.

    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.


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    • 16 min
    Defensive Assets: True to label in volatile times!

    Defensive Assets: True to label in volatile times!

    In session 2, Andrew Papageorgiou Joint Managing Partner of Realm shares with us his view on how the current environment initially played out, how it impacts the defensive assets markets and what Realm is doing to manage this and take advantage of the liquidity needs in the market. He also shares his personal view on how people should best deal with the crisis.

    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.


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    • 31 min
    Making sense of the nonsensical!

    Making sense of the nonsensical!

    Malcolm, with his enormous experience including the 1987 share market crash, shares with us how he sees the global economy, the recent stimulus especially in light of recent rate cuts and the new stimulus package in Australia and the support announced from other central banks. He discusses his views on the stock level and their valuations after the recent sell-off including the good, the bad and the ugly.

    This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. Easton Wealth may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this podcast for entertainment & illustration purposes only. Easton Wealth may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation.


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    • 37 min

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