Love the show. I’ve been listening for about 6 months, and it’s been terrific to listen to you both explain a range of ideas and concepts in the way that you do. Well done, and keep it up!
Now to the question:
I’m looking to start a portfolio. I’m in my late 30’s, and I’m at a stage where we have a family home, with a pretty small mortgage ( about 30% LVR), so think it’s time start some long term growth investing to plan for our family future. I listen to a lot of podcasts and read a lot too. Mostly, it’s a combo of general investment stuff (like equity mates), and stuff from industry analysts in my area professional interest (technology product management). Because of this, I’m getting a bunch of ideas, learning to analyse equities, and messing around with some paper trading. But here’s the thing: I really don’t understand the very basics of economics. Like, when interest rates go down, generally what effect does this have on different types of asset classes? So, y’know, I wanna learn that stuff. If’s probably buried all your podcasts, but I’m looking to do some self paced online learning, in a bit more of a structured way. Do you have any (free) courses that you’d recommend for this?