Financial Anarchists 04: Australia’s Housing Market Under Government ControlDownload
Happy New Year From The Financial Anarchists, Crappy New Year for Baby Boomers
In the first episode of 2017 Kris has a revelation on the Australian housing market.
Everyone knows the Government’s been happy to stimulate the housing bubble, but what if it’s actually IN THEIR INTEREST to finally trigger the bust?
Sounds weird. Ludicrous. Demented even!
Don’t be so sure.
Baby boomers…watch your heads!
The hidden landmine of passive investing…
Why wearing a bullet proof flak vest is just as dangerous as owning a gun (except if you’re a politician, of course)…
And a planned meeting with a former — and arguably the most influential — US Federal Reserve chairman’s in recent history.
All this to come, and more…
In the brand new Money Morning report titled ‘Australian Real Estate Game Plan’, real estate expert, Callum Newman reveals a step-by-step guide to hunting down the best property deals in Australia’s booming real estate market.
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Could a Government Really Crash House Prices? – The Daily Reckoning Australia
Controlling the Australian Housing Market – Money Morning Australia
Fidelity Embraces What It Once Avoided: The ETF – Wall Street Journal
Body armour for Ten’s security refused again by police – The Australian
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