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.
Investing in infrastructure as part of a wealth accumulation strategy.
In this episode we look at the benefits and risks of investing in infrastructure as part of a long-term investment strategy. We also look at the investment performance of this asset class as well as the methods of accessing it.
What is stakeholder theory and what does it mean for capital markets and investments?
In this episode we look at the evolution of the concept of stakeholder theory. We look at how this would be implemented within an economy and what this could mean for publicly listed companies and investment opportunities.
Market integrity, disruptions, innovations and the fallout of Wall Street versus retail traders.
In this episode we look at some of the potential fallouts from the GameStop saga. We focus on the concepts of market disruptions, market integrity and the ongoing implications of potential regulation changes if short squeezes continue to occur to the hedge fund industry.
Welcome to GameStop: may we take your order?
In this episode, we look at the GameStop saga. We go through the background of GameStop shares, what is occurring with the short squeeze in the market, the restriction of trades, as well as the greater market implications that are playing out.
Investing in Asian markets.
In this episode we look at the investment opportunities within Asian markets, such as China. We also go through the major downsides to these markets and how to avoid these.
How to build a positive wealth mindset on your road to financial independence.
In this episode we look at building a positive wealth mindset as being a key component in achieving financial independence. We look at why this is so important as well as strategies on how to build a positive wealth mindset.
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Amazing podcast for anyone interested in property
This podcast is great! Super informative and well made. Enjoyed listening to it and have learned so much about property and investing so far!
Disappointed in your discussion on the corona virus, in particular that you down played it’s significance. I think leave that topic for medical professionals. Would rather listen to your podcast for financial discussion.
Great topics and useful, actionable insights!