#253 Money news in human words; market meltdown, forecasting failure, property affordability & dodgy marketing

Ben Nash

In this week’s episode of Money news in human words, I talked about the US inflation stats and how they led to the market having a full-on meltdown. The $3.8 trillion property forecast mistake we saw over the last couple of years and the lessons you can learn from it.

I chat about super funds & investment companies being a little bit sus when it comes to their fees and their marketing, how they’re charging and what you should be looking out for so that you can avoid falling for some of those tactics. The dream of home ownership is fast fading in Australia and some scary stats that we’ve seen around property affordability and the suburbs where the pandemic property gains have been wiped out and the ones that are likely to be wiped out in the months to come. 

This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to see through the headlines and figure out what it means to their money and what makes a smart decision.


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