#263 Money news in human words; Investing behaviour, buying cheaper than renting, UK ousting, & AU budget

Ben Nash

In this week’s Money news in human words, I talked about some of the changes we’re seeing in investors’ behaviour in the current share market environment and my take on some things for investors to be thinking about before making a radical change in their investing approach.

I spoke about the suburbs where buying a property is cheaper than renting and what to look out for when planning a property purchase to set it up for success. The UK Prime Minister Liz Truss’s resignation spectacularly, what it means for policymakers moving forward, Australian jobs data, the potential changes that are coming with the Aussie federal budget that’s getting put out this week and some of the things that the government has been sort of alluding to.

This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to see through the headlines and what it means for your money


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