There is zero formal financial education through the standard schooling system.
Your formal education prepares you for your career and making money! ...but after graduation you're on your own trying to figure out what to do. This leads to a lot of frustrated, furious people!
Finance and Fury picks up where your formal education left off, providing a unique insight into the world of economics, personal finance and building wealth with three different episodes each week.
To start the week, in Mondays' episodes we look directly at personal finance, so you can act independently and make your own financial decisions - not follow the crowds. Let's be real here, how well is that working out for the ‘average’?
Say What Wednesdays – Each Wednesday we give you the answers you are looking for and respond to questions from our listeners (that's you!)
Furious Fridays – Each Friday we explore often misunderstood topics about finance and the economy, shedding some light in dark places, and challenging some common misconceptions.
How do you change your investment strategy over time as the portfolio value increases?
In this episode we answer Gabriel’s question on how an investment strategy changes as a portfolio value increases. We look at the key factors to help determine this and look at some practical examples.
Should Central Banks be tasked with housing affordability?
In this episode we look at the New Zealand Government tasking their Central Bank to tackle housing affordability. We look at how this could work, what the implications would be and if Central Banks should even be in charge of this.
The lessons from the Nifty Fifty. Are we repeating the same mistakes of the past?
In this episode, we look at the story of the Nifty Fifty bubble of the 1970s. We look at the contributing factors, the inevitable downturn and look at some comparisons between markets today.
Is it time to start investing using a value strategy?
In this episode we look at the value rotation occurring within the share market over the past few months. We look at why this trend is occurring as well as if it is likely to continue through 2021 and beyond.
When bond yields start to rise, what happens to the price of gold and shares?
In this episode we look at the relationship to bond yields, cash, gold and shares. We look at the historical relationship in price movements as well as where we currently are in the economic cycle.
Why are yields rising in the bond markets despite the RBA’s best efforts?
In this episode, we look at the curious case of rising bond yields. The RBA is trying to maintain yield targets but despite their best efforts, the yields keep going up and up.