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The nestegg Podcast is your chance to hear from the experts, advisers and everyday Aussie investors about the biggest themes shaping the Australian investing, property, tax and retirement landscapes.

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The nestegg Podcast is your chance to hear from the experts, advisers and everyday Aussie investors about the biggest themes shaping the Australian investing, property, tax and retirement landscapes.

    Could property prices inflate by another 20 per cent? What’s happening in recent dividend announcements? Did your fund fail the YFYS test?

    Could property prices inflate by another 20 per cent? What’s happening in recent dividend announcements? Did your fund fail the YFYS test?

    In this episode of The nestegg Podcast,  host Maja checks in with our three experts to discuss this week’s biggest conversations about super, property and investment.

    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, talks about the current market and its growth prospects, hinting at a “revenge spend” period post-lockdown. Could property prices really inflate by a further 20 per cent?

    Meanwhile, RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, talks about the earning season and dividends, delving into how companies decide distribution policy. Find out what is happening in the recent dividend announcements.

    Last but not least, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks us through the results of APRA’s inaugural super test and how engaged members should really be with their super. Timothy also touches on the super splitting law and what it means for relationship breakdowns.

    Have a question for our experts? Get in touch at editor@nestegg.com.au and you might get featured in the next episode.

    • 29 min
    What does the NSW regional permit mean for property investors? Who really wins from the BHP-Woodside merger?

    What does the NSW regional permit mean for property investors? Who really wins from the BHP-Woodside merger?

    On this episode of The nestegg Podcast, guest host Fergus Halliday checks in with our three experts to discuss this week’s biggest conversations about super, property and investment.

    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, unpacks the implications of the NSW government’s new regional permit system and what it means for the near term within the state’s property market. What should potential buyers and sellers expect from Sydney’s spring selling season, given the ongoing lockdown restrictions?

    Meanwhile, RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, breaks down what the BHP-Woodside merger deal means for both parties, plus investors. Could the move make it easier for ESG investors to get a foot in the door on one of the biggest oil and gas giants?

    Last but not least, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks us through whether the Future Fund can cut it in the superannuation space, and what the rise in calls to Australia’s biggest debt hotlines can tell us about the ongoing impacts of the pandemic on everyday consumers.

    Have a question for our experts? Get in touch at editor@nestegg.com.au and you might get featured on the next episode.

    • 25 min
    The sea and tree-change norm; Square’s acquisition of Afterpay; Why you should think twice before turning to TikTok for advice

    The sea and tree-change norm; Square’s acquisition of Afterpay; Why you should think twice before turning to TikTok for advice

    On this episode of The nestegg Podcast, host Maja Garaca Djurdjevic and three experts discuss property price movements, Square’s Afterpay acquisition and the soaring price of advice.

    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, chats about the ongoing lockdowns and how they’re shaping property. The property expert also dives into the sea and tree-change trend, and whether it’s becoming a new norm, especially among residents of Sydney and Melbourne.

    RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, delves into Square’s Afterpay acquisition and what it means for investors.

    And lastly, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks about the soaring price of advice and why young Aussies should think twice before turning to TikTok for their financial tips.

    • 34 min
    The Olympic effect on property and equity investors; COVID-19 Disaster Payments and super

    The Olympic effect on property and equity investors; COVID-19 Disaster Payments and super

    On this episode of The nestegg Podcast, host Maja Garaca Djurdjevic and three experts discuss the ongoing NSW lockdown, the ins and outs of the COVID-19 Disaster Payments, and how Brisbane’s successful Olympics bid could impact equities and property.
    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, chats about the impact of the lockdowns on the property market, what the 2032 Olympics could mean for Brisbane’s market, and whether APRA might need to pull the handbrake to cool house price growth.
     
    RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, delves into how the Olympics and other major events affect stock returns and what the implications are for investors.
     
    And lastly, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks about  the near-record super returns, the COVID-19 Disaster Payments and what they mean for your super.

    • 35 min
    Do lockdowns boost property prices? Are short-sellers levelling the playing field? Did you lodge your tax returns early?

    Do lockdowns boost property prices? Are short-sellers levelling the playing field? Did you lodge your tax returns early?

    On this episode of The nestegg Podcast, host Maja Garaca Djurdjevic and three experts discuss the ups and downs of online auctions, the power of activist short-sellers, and tax time 2021.  
    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, chats about online auctions and why they resemble “a bad Zoom meeting”, the growing resilience of the property market, and how Sydney’s lengthy lockdown could shake things up.
     
    RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, delves into short selling – the original trade that sent GameStop stock soaring – and how activist short-sellers are impacting markets.
     
    And lastly, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks about those early tax lodgers and possible ramifications, as well as detailing the temporary shortcut method, which you may be able to use this tax time. 

    • 39 min
    Will lockdowns halt the housing boom? Is the metaverse taking over? And the cons of lodging your tax returns early

    Will lockdowns halt the housing boom? Is the metaverse taking over? And the cons of lodging your tax returns early

    On this episode of The nestegg Podcast, host Maja Garaca Djurdjevic and three experts discuss whether the latest round of COVID lockdowns will impact property prices, the ins and outs of the metaverse, and why you shouldn’t lodge your tax just yet. 
    Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, chats about the latest auction data and whether the recent lockdowns could impact property prices, especially in Australia’s most populous state – NSW. 
     
    RMIT’s senior lecturer of finance, Dr Angel Zhong, delves into the metaverse and how a new virtual reality is becoming a lucrative digital space for well-known brands. 
     
    And lastly, tax and super guru Timothy Munro talks about the COVID-19 Disaster Payment and why you shouldn’t lodge your taxes in July. 
     
    Have a question for our experts? Get in touch at editor@nestegg.com.au and you might get featured on the next episode.

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

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81Kizza ,

Great Guests pity about the host

This podcast is normally great but the most recent one the host has started making judgmental comments about rural Locations and trivialising what the rural population is going through with the mice plague. The host has also gone against the mantra of being non political and started sharing their political reviews

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Good retirement

If you’re thinking about life after work highly recommend you tune in

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