• Summer Special: The Weaponisation of Confusion Pt I

    How do we make sense of a media landscapes that profits on confusion? Live from Renewfest in Mullumbimby, Thomas hosts a panel discussion with Australia's most successful documentary producer Damon Gameau, philosopher and radical parenting advocate Robin Grille, and research scientists and international campaigner Craig Mason. Special thanks to Renewfest.org.au

    19 January

  • #5 Finding good companies | Investing convos every millennial should have

    To buy, or not to buy… that is the question. More importantly, the only way you’ll be able to answer it, is if you know how to make head or tail of your hours of research! In this episode, Maddy and Sophie go through the metrics (aka the numbers) on company report and explain how they approach valuation. They walk through a number of examples, and talk about how different sectors judge value differently.

    18 January

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  • Summer Special: Is economics fundamentally broken? Pt II

    Live from Renewfest in Mullumbimby, Thomas hosts a panel discussion on the future of economics, with Impact Investor Danny Almagor, Local Futures and Economics of Happiness founder Helena Norberg-Hodge, and social change activist Erfan Daliri. Special thanks to Renewfest.org.au

    12 January

  • #4 Our portfolios | Investing convos every millennial should have

    Analysis paralysis is a real thing, because sometimes there’s so much information on offer, you just don’t know where to begin! In this episode, Sophie and Maddy talk about how they approach building their own individual portfolios, and how they think about diversifying across assets, regions, industry and sectors.

    11 January

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  • Summer Special: Is economics fundamentally broken? Pt I

    Live from Renewfest in Mullumbimby, Thomas hosts a panel discussion on the future of economics, with Impact Investor Danny Almagor, Local Futures and Economics of Happiness founder Helena Norberg-Hodge, and social change activist Erfan Daliri.

    5 January

  • #3 Brokers | Investing convos every millennial should have

    You’ve got some cash saved up, you know you want to invest, but now where do you go? You know there’s Mecca for beauty, Booktopia for books, Amazon for everything else… But where do you find the stock market? Maddy and Sophie talk about the different things they consider when they use brokers - Australia v Global, Fees, Chess v Custodian - and whether it even matters! Then Sophie and Maddy walk through the steps to actually *buy* some shares.

    4 January

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  • Expert: Andrew Pridham - Lessons from the man who became Managing Director of UBS by 28

    Andrew Pridham AO is the co-founder of Moelis & Company, where he currently serves as the Vice Chairman and was previously the Chief Executive Officer. Andrew was previously Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking, Australasia at UBS. He was appointed Managing Director at 28. He spent years working in London and Singapore as global head of real estate at UBS before returning to Australia in retirement aged 34.He then founded a boutique investment banking business called First Provident. In 2004 JP Morgan acquired First Provident and Pridham was appointed as its Head of Investment Banking and later Executive Chairman. In 2009 he left to establish the Australian arm of US Investment Bank Moelis & Company. Moelis & Company Australia is a 50/50 joint venture where Australian executives, including Pridham, own 50% of the business.

    9 December

  • Tech stocks we're watching | Deborah Jackson

    The tech sector is undoubtedly one of the most exciting areas of the stock market, with some of the greatest opportunities for investing returns. But it’s also very fast moving, which can make finding good, long-term investments challenging. Today we are chatting with Deborah Jackson, CEO and Founder of Plum Alley. We get Deborah’s insights on the most exciting tech stocks currently and how to spot a good investment opportunity. Headquartered in NYC, Plum Alley invests in advanced technology and healthcare companies that will improve our lives and the planet. The fund specifically focuses on companies with women founders or co-founders, tapping diverse ingenuity and decision making.

    7 December

  • Ren makes a (not so) bold prediction & Speccy returns

    In this week's chat, Alec makes a very bold prediction involving Apple.Bryce and Alec go head-to-head on Woolies and Wesfarmers and the on market offer for API.The lads try to get their heads around crypto NFT property and land purchases, yep, you can now purchase land in the metaverse ... Speccy Magee gives us an update on how the rocket emoji indicator has gone over the last 12 months.

    6 December

  • Expert: Eleanor Swanson - Small caps, big returns

    Eleanor Swanson is the founding partner at Firetrail, a boutique investment manager specialising in high conviction equity investing. In this episode, Eleanor breaks down the Aussie small-cap landscape and shares some of the best companies that she's come across during her time in the markets.

    2 December

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