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Who really benefits from crypto ETFs? How will the RBA respond to rising inflation? Could a mandate help address unpaid super?

  • November 02 2021
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Who really benefits from crypto ETFs? How will the RBA respond to rising inflation? Could a mandate help address unpaid super?

By Robyn Tongol
November 02 2021

In this episode of The nestegg Podcast, guest host Fergus Halliday checks in with our three experts, digging into the biggest headlines of what’s happening when it comes to the world of superannuation, property, investing and wealth creation.

who really benefits from crypto etfs how will the rba respond to rising inflation could a mandate help address unpaid super

Who really benefits from crypto ETFs? How will the RBA respond to rising inflation? Could a mandate help address unpaid super?

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  • November 02 2021
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In this episode of The nestegg Podcast, guest host Fergus Halliday checks in with our three experts, digging into the biggest headlines of what’s happening when it comes to the world of superannuation, property, investing and wealth creation.

who really benefits from crypto etfs how will the rba respond to rising inflation could a mandate help address unpaid super

Steve Waters, director of Right Property Group, takes stock of spring selling season, takes note of rising rental prices and examines whether inflation may cause the Reserve Bank of Australia to act sooner rather than later when it comes to rate rises.

Then, RMIT senior lecturer of finance Dr Angel Zhong introduces us to crypto asset exchange traded funds, why they’re as significant as they are controversial, and what investors should consider before buying into one.

Finally, tax and super guru Timothy Munro tackles the question of whether the government’s Future Fund should act as a default super fund for Australians.

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We also take a closer look at how poor readability can shape the way that consumers think about their super, and evaluate what can be done to address the loophole that Industry Super Australia says is costing workers $5 billion a year.

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