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Your go-to podcast for uncovering the dirty secrets behind Wall Street and how to take back control of your wealth. The Wall Street mindset separates both families & business owners from their money while the elite and unknown get to use it for their advantage. The secret to achieving this is having your money work for you, not someone else, when wealth building. You can get there through earning passive income. When you have more passive income than you do expenses, you have achieved financ ...
 
Working Without Pants is the podcast for agency owners and consultants who are wanting to win more clients and better clients for their business. Each week, Jake Jorgovan brings you interviews with industry leaders and experts on how to win more clients for your agency or consulting practice. Past guests have included Brennan Dunn, Brent Weaver, Kai Davis, Philip Morgan, Brian Casel, Blair Enns, and many more. Learn more at https://jake-jorgovan.com/podcast
 
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Welcome to another episode where Russ and Joey share the behind-the-scenes in their monthly passive income report. When they say passive income, it means income from the businesses and investments they have engaged in a passive capacity, either hiring an operator or a partner to run the business. Before we proceed to the April report, some adjustme…
 
US equity markets advanced as technology stocks rebounded and as investors digested minutes of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting in early May - Dow rose +192-points or +0.6%, booking a fourth consecutive session of gains. The broader S&P500 gained +0.95%, with Consumer Discretionary (up +2.78%) and Energy (+1.96%) leading nine of the eleven prim…
 
Michael Knox talks us through US stocks, Australian stocks, and what a full-employment economy will be like.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
 
Technology stocks once again weighed on US equity markets - Dow added +48-points or +0.15%. McDonald’s Corp (up +2.74%), Verizon Communications Inc (+2.03%) and International Business Machines (IBM) Corp (+2.01%) all added more than 2%.The broader S&P500 lost -0.81%, with Communication Services (down -3.70%) and Consumer Discretionary (-2.58%) lead…
 
Every great person wants to be remembered for the positive impact they made. They want to create a lasting legacy and leave the world a better place than they found it. Wouldn’t you want to do the same if you have the opportunity? You don't have to be ultra-rich or powerful. You just have to start where you are and with what you have. So how can yo…
 
US equity markets advanced - Dow rallied +618-points or +1.98%, logging its best single session gain since 4 May. JPMorgan Chase & Co gained +6.19% higher after the banking giant hosted an Investor Day and raised its net interest income outlook. In addition, JPMorgan forecast that it may hit its goal of a 17% return on tangible equity this year. Go…
 
We discuss the key pre-election promises and what a Labor victory means for investors. Read more election coverage here: https://morgans.com.au/Blog/2022/May/Federal-Election-2022-Change-of-Government-first-impressionsCheck out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www…
 
A rally in the final hour of trading left US equity markets little changed on Friday (20 May) - Dow inched +9-points or +0.03% higher at 31,261.90, erasing an earlier decline of as much as -617 points. A close below 29,439.72 would put the blue-chip gauge in official bear market territory. The broader S&P500 eked out a +0.01% gain to settle at 3,90…
 
US equity markets logged back-to-back declines - Dow down -237-points or -0.75% , unwinding an earlier rally of as much as +300-points. Cisco Systems Inc tumbled -13.73% after the technology bellwether reported third quarter revenue that fell short of consensus expectations and cut its full year forecasts after the close of the previous session. Th…
 
What would you do if you wanted to earn more money? If you are an active income earner, the only option is to work longer hours. And the cycle repeats itself. So how do you get out of the rat race? Imagine how it would feel to finally fire your boss and live life on your terms. That can happen once you find the path that’s right for you. Today’s gu…
 
Some soft earnings updates from major retailers raised concerns around companies’ ability pass on higher costs and dragged US equity markets sharply lower - Dow shed -1,165-points or -3.57% to 31,490.07, logging its lowest close since 4 March. The broader S&P500 dropped -4.04% to 3,923.68, marking its lowest settlement since 25 March and with just …
 
US GDP growth should slow but low US unemployment should bring rising living standards.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
 
US equity markets extended their rebound following strong retail sales figures and comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell sounding optimistic about a ‘soft’ economic landing - Dow gained +431-points or +1.34%. The broader S&P500 +2.02%, with all of Information Technology (up +2.91%), Materials (+2.86%), Financials (+2.69%), Consumer Disc…
 
Do you get excited when payday comes? Are you happy to see how much money you get to take home? If you are a regular worker or an active income earner, you probably cringe at the sight of your take-home pay. The biggest chunk of your hard-earned income goes to your income tax, leaving you with very little to fund your family’s needs and enjoy the f…
 
US equity markets retreated after a choppy session to open the week, with growth stocks under pressure following some downbeat activity data in China - Dow inched +27-points or +0.08% higher . McDonald’s Corp lost -0.41% after announcing plans to exit Russia that would see the fast food giant book a charge of US$1.2B-US$1.4B. Consumer Discretionary…
 
US equity markets rallied to cap another volatile week that saw the S&P500 flirt with official bear market territory - Dow up +466-points or +1.47%, with Nike Inc (up +4.74%) and Salesforce Inc (+4.05%) among the leading index performers. American Express (+3.58%) and Boeing Co (+3.30%) both added more than >3% each. The broader S&P500 +2.39% (to 4…
 
US equity markets logged modest losses, recovering their worst levels of the session as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was voted in by Congress to serve a second term of four years - Dow down -104-points or -0.33%, settling ~500-points off its session lows but extending losses into a sixth straight session. The broader S&P500 slipped -0.13%…
 
Are you still languishing in a job that crushes your soul every day? For many people out there, financial freedom is still a far-off dream. But others have found their path and pushed forward, never stopping even when they have succeeded in several profitable deals. Today’s guest is someone who was able to gain financial freedom in just a few years…
 
US equity markets retreated as investors assessed the latest inflation report - Dow down -327-points or -1.02%, unwinding an earlier rally of ~423-points. Visa Inc (up +1.62%) and Merck & Co Inc (+1.57%). The index’s -6.5% decline over the past five trading session marks its biggest such decline since 15 June, 2020, according to Dow Jones Market Da…
 
Movements in the Australian cash rate have been following the “effective FED funds rate“.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
 
US equity markets steadied ahead of the release of key inflation data tonight AEST and with technology stocks regaining some composure after steep declines - Dow eased -84-points or -0.26%, booking a fourth consecutive session of losses (to be down -5.67%, its largest four-day percentage decline since the stretch ending 29 October, 2020). The index…
 
How safe is your money? The answer to this question is heavily dependent on where you're putting your money. And that depends on what makes the most sense for your financial situation. For example, if you know how IBC works, you're probably putting most of your money in life insurance where it accumulates cash value, which you can then use as a sou…
 
Morgans Equity Strategist, Andrew Tang, explores the relationship between rising interest rates and equity market performance. Should investors fear the worse or is this a another buying opportunity?Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/Morga…
 
US equity markets extended their recent sell-off, with technology stocks under particular pressure once again - Dow dropped -654-points or -1.99%. Walt Disney Company fell -3% to be trading more than >3% below where it was trading 5-years ago. The broader S&P500 slumped -3.2%, sliding below <4,000 to its lowest level since March 2021. The Energy se…
 
US equity markets slumped as Treasury yields resumed their ascent, with investors further picking apart the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy pronouncements - Dow tumbled -1,063-points or -3.12%, its worst daily percentage drop since 28 October, 2020, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The broader S&P500 shed -3.56%, recording its second wo…
 
How do you build passive income outside the traditional investment portfolio? Russ and Joey have always been passionate about different aspects of investing and diverse ways of building wealth. So they bring in Denis Shapiro to talk about alternative investments in today's episode. Denis began investing in real estate in 2012 when the market was ju…
 
US equity markets soared after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said larger +75-basis point interest rate hikes were not in play - Dow rallied +932-points or +2.81%, booking its best daily percentage gain since 9 November, 2020, according to Dow Jones Market Data and with all 30 index constituents advancing. Stocks seen as economic bellwethers p…
 
The RBA forecast for core inflation has risen to 4.75% in 2022.Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAUBy Morgans Financial
 
US equity markets settled with modest gains as investors braced for the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy pronouncements tomorrow morning - Dow up +67-points or +0.20% . The broader S&P500 +0.48%, with the Energy sector (up +2.87%) leading nine of the eleven primary sectors higher. Exxon Mobil Corp gained +2.%. Consumer Discretionary (down -…
 
Where have you been putting your money? Are you betting on the stock market? The market is declining at a rate that can rattle even seasoned investors. What would you do? Many investors buy or sell stocks based on their emotions and greed. But why are we even talking about the stock market? Tune in to this round table as the coaches provide insight…
 
US equity markets rallied in the final hour of trading to start May on a positive footing – Dow settled +84-points or +0.26% higher, recovering from an earlier drop of as much as -527 points. Boeing Co (down -0.15% at US$148.61), paring an earlier decline of more than >3% that saw the stock touch its lowest intraday level (US$143.38) since 2 Novemb…
 
US equity markets recorded their steepest one day losses since 2020 to close out a tough month - Dow dropped -939-points or -2.77% . The broader S&P500 slumped -3.63% to 4,131.93, , settling with its largest one-day decline since June 2020 and lowest finish since 19 May, 2021. All 11 primary sectors fell sharply on Friday (29 April), with Consumer …
 
US equity markets showed solid gains across the board last night- Dow up +614-points or +1.85%. The broader S&P500 +2.47%. while the Nasdaq +3.06%. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 +1.80%. Information Technology (+4.04%), Communication Services (+3.88%) and Energy (+3.13%) led the gains, as all primary sectors ended in the green. The Technolog…
 
We update our models of US and Australian equities for the selloff in the US and Australian bonds. Check out more from Morgans:Visit the Morgans website: www.morgans.com.auCheck out our blog: www.morgans.com.au/BlogOn Facebook: www.facebook.com/MorgansAUOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/Morgans.AustraliaOn Twitter: twitter.com/MorgansAU…
 
It's that time of the month again when Russ and Joey share how their investments are doing and what they are learning. For March 2022, the numbers are up, especially for the short-term rental business. So, it has been a good month overall. There's also some exciting news about crypto and syndication, a potential win on a failed transaction, and mor…
 
US equity markets logged modest gains after an earlier rally fizzled and with investors digesting another busy night on the corporate earnings calendar - Dow up +62-points or +0.19%, paring an earlier rally of as much as . The broader S&P500 added +0.21% to 4,183.96. A close below 4,168.44 would see the index enter correction territory (defined as …
 
US equity markets fell sharply as China's COVID-19 curbs and fears of aggressive U.S. Federal Reserve tightening continued to damp risk appetite and lifted the dollar to new two-year highs - Dow tumbled -809-points or -2.38% . The broader S&P500 -2.81% to 4,175.2, settling slightly above its closing low this year of 4,170.70 logged on 8 March. Cons…
 
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