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Each episode lasts around 15 minutes (as short and succinct as possible) and contains tips, strategies, research, methodology, case studies and ideas to help you build wealth safely and successfully. Stuart Wemyss is a qualified independent financial advisor, accountant, tax agent and licenses mortgage broker allowing him to provide holistic advice. He has authored four books with his latest being Investopoly & Rules of the Lending Game. Stuart writes a weekly blog which is reproduced on thi ...
 
Are you looking for financial freedom or more choices in life? You're in the right place. Twice each week Michael Yardney shares smart property investment strategies as well as the success and personal finance secrets of the rich, in around 30 minutes. MIchael has been voted one of Australia's top 50 Influential Thought Leaders and while he is best known as a real estate investment expert, he is also Australia's leading expert in the psychology of success and wealth creation and a #1 best se ...
 
Get Invested is the leading weekly podcast for Australians who want to learn how to unlock their full ‘self, health and wealth’ potential. Hosted by Bushy Martin, an award winning property investor, founder, author and media commentator who is recognised as one of Australia’s most trusted experts in property, investment and lifestyle, Get Invested reveals the secrets of the high performers who invest for success in every aspect of their lives and the world around them. Bushy’s engaging inter ...
 
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Perhaps it’s a reflection of how old I am, but as I keep seeing the stories in the media about rapidly rising house prices, I simply think: here we go again. There are already those out there telling us we are in the housing bubble that’s going to crash. Then there are others who are warning us how the Reserve Bank or APRA are going to interfere an…
 
How can meditation unlock the thinking, believing, attitudes and expectations that lead to success? Nico DiMattina is an inspirational meditation teacher, a self-mastery coach, corporate wellness facilitator as well as an Ecstatic Dance DJ. And he’s currently enjoying life in the coastal paradise of Byron Bay. And as you’ll hear in our energising c…
 
We are experiencing extraordinary times with a booming economy and surging property market yet if history repeats itself, most investors won’t become rich. So, in today’s podcast, I want to share three lessons with you to help even the odds in your favour. Firstly, I’m going to explain six reasons many property investors don’t become rich, and they…
 
Property investment may be simple, but it’s not easy. It’s simple if you follow the rules and the right strategy, but it’s not easy because there are so many moving parts, and most people don’t even recognize that. Successful property investment requires the collaboration of a team with expertise in property, finance, tax, the law, and financial pl…
 
The best investors keep it simple, and the best way to keep it simple is to ‘play dead’, according to investment expert Ramin Nakisa, who shares incredible insights in this episode. Ramin is a UK-based investment coach, author and founder of PensionCraft. Ramin worked in investment banking for 15 years. Before becoming a strategist he spent two yea…
 
Almost 50 years ago I began my study of rich and successful people. Of course, not all rich people are successful. But I remember trying to understand why some people were rich while others kept struggling financially. Over the years I attended many seminars, paid mentors, and read as many books as I could on the topic of success. I modeled success…
 
Tax isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If you’re paying tax, it means that you are making money (income or capital gains). But of course, there’s no need to pay any more than you legally have to. I discuss our common-sense approach to saving tax below. Minimising risk is often more important than saving tax It is not worth it to bend or break the law t…
 
I recently read an article in the Australian by leading demographer Bernard Salt that made me think. He posed an interesting question. He said, “imagine taking an Australian couple from the 1950s and placing them in our society today. What would surprise them most?” Would it be the internet or mobile phones or our general level of prosperity? Maybe…
 
Last week Goose McGrath joined me as we opened your ears and your minds eye to the opportunities of becoming limitless by transforming your mindset, motivation and methods. And we heard how Goose turned his life around by shifting his limitless approach from endless hours propped up by substance abuse to endless opportunity supported by property. T…
 
There are a lot of great things about being an adult, such as setting our own bedtimes and owning the pet of our choice. But perhaps most importantly, with age comes the wisdom and perspective we only wish we had when we were younger. So if you had the opportunity to go back in time, what would you have liked to tell your younger self? That’s what …
 
It’s stating the obvious to say interest rates are very low at the moment. But what can be easily missed is how powerful low rates can be for investors. And arguably, the next few decades could provide the best opportunities in a lifetime for investors, if they are diligent and invest in high quality assets. When will interest rates rise? That is t…
 
We’re at the beginning of a new economic cycle, a new property cycle, and a new business cycle - a time when lifetime wealth will be created by some people, but unfortunately not by most. I was recently asked by somebody in my mentorship program how to make the rest of their life the best of their life – how to make the second half of their life mu…
 
What does a limitless life look like? And how do you break free from your current circumstances to get there? Our guest in this two part interview, ‘Goose’ McGrath, lives, eats and breathes ‘limitless’ in everything he does. He is the CEO of dashdot Buyers Agents, and there’s a number of things that I love about what he’s doing through this company…
 
I took some time last weekend to look at some articles and commentary that came out about a year ago when the GVC (Great Virus Crisis) was just beginning. The media was full of negative commentary but in my regular podcasts my guests and I gave a much more measured commentary using our perspective gained from many years in the market, and as a resu…
 
Growth investors have been well-rewarded over the past decade. For example, the S&P500 index (US market) has delivered an average return of 14.5% p.a. over the past 10 years solely off the back of growth stocks, mainly technology. However, this year to date, value has outperformed growth. If this continues, it could have significant implications fo…
 
Why are you investing in property? Or why do you want to get involved in property investment? It’s not really for the properties, is it? For some people, it’s because they want to fund their retirement, while for others it’s that they want more choices in life – they don’t particularly want to retire, but they want to work when and how they want to…
 
What was your worst investment ever? And is it your secret shame, or has it become the seed of your biggest learnings and opportunities? This is where our guest, Dr Andrew Stotz, comes in. Andrew reveals the six strategies that you can adopt to overcome common money losing mistakes and fast track your pathway to success. Andrew is very well qualifi…
 
If you want to take advantage of our property markets and become financially independent, today’s show is for you, because I’ve got 3 segments during which I share a number of concepts that will help you along the way. First, we discuss whether property investing is an art or a science. Spoiler alert: it’s both. But you still need to listen to the …
 
The internet and newspapers are awash with stories of properties selling for amounts wildly above reserve. Such news can create FOMO and fuel buyer demand. But buyer overexuberance is rarely sustained for long periods of time. My feeling is that price growth will level out this year and I set out the reasons why below. Properties can sell above res…
 
With the property markets surging around Australia, people are starting to ask is this more than a just a property boom? Are we about to enter a property bubble? That’s what I’m going to discuss today with property researcher John Lindeman, and we’ll explain the difference between a boom in the bubble in what we believe is ahead for a property mark…
 
How can investors hold on to properties through a full lifecycle and beyond, without burning a massive hole in their pockets and a big cost to lifestyle? A major contributor to ongoing affordability is depreciation. Tax depreciation is a tax deduction claimed for the natural wear and tear of an income-producing building over time. And it’s generall…
 
Who do you ask for property advice? With so many mixed messages and so many people out there with property advice, who can you trust? Today I’m going to teach you the ten-meter rule, and suggest you never break the ten-meter rule when getting property advice. The rule will also stand you in good stead in other situations where people are willing to…
 
The word ‘holistic’ is defined by Oxford Languages as “characterised by the belief that the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.” This definition implies what a holistic accountant is positioned to offer you the most value. But not all accountants are able to adopt a holistic approach. This…
 
One of the most significant changes in the time I’ve been investing in property, and that’s close to five decades now, is the availability of data. When I first started investing in the 1970s there weren’t any blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels and the only way to get property data was to be part of the secret inner circle – which was then a men’s c…
 
In the previous episode on the emerging asset bubble, we talked about where investment markets are at and why we are here. Now I share insights on how to invest in a boom and avoid bust, what signs to look out for and how to get proactive ... to not only protect your wealth but to thrive and take advantage of the upcoming opportunities. If you’d li…
 
Just like 2020 was the year of surprises many of us didn’t foresee, I believe 2021 will offer its own surprises – but this time, on the upside. There is a perfect storm of economic outcomes and that’s what I’m going to be chatting about with Pete Wargent in today’s show as we have a look at the macroeconomic big picture that will affect our propert…
 
Almost everyone is predicting that property prices will surge higher this year. In fact, the newspapers are already full of stories about properties selling well above reserves. Low stock levels are partly responsible for the currently exuberant property market. That exuberance might cool as more stock becomes available. But the RBA and the governm…
 
As we move into a new property cycle, a whole new generation of people are going to become financially independent through property. So, today’s show is going to be dedicated to helping you become one of those. I’ve got two segments for you today. The first segment is a chat with Brett Warrant about 10 questions you should ask yourself when you’re …
 
After a period of radical uncertainty and rapid change, things appear to be going well, on the back of huge government spending, surging markets and increasing confidence. But are you still feeling anxious and uncertain about what’s happening in the world and where we’re heading? Are you hearing so many contrasting and conflicting opinions that you…
 
There is no doubt that our property markets are in a broad-based boom, with almost all segments, other than the inner-city apartment market showing strong property price growth. And the media is having a field day whipping up a frenzy of emotions with headlines causing some buyers to worry that the housing market is running away from them. In fact,…
 
It is alleged that Sydney-based financial advisor, Melissa Caddick stole $25 million from her clients. She has recently gone “missing”, leaving a trail of disaster for her clients and family members. Many con artists are very cunning and go to great lengths to conceal their wrongdoings. But there are a few simple steps you can take which will virtu…
 
Have you considered getting involved in property renovations? If so, then today’s show is just for you. Making a tidy profit renovating a property seems like an attractive proposition, doesn’t it? And that’s why more real estate investors are turning to renovations: you know, buy low, renovate cheaply, add substantial value. That’s the aim of their…
 
Today we take you to new levels of self-awareness with the guidance of proven investor and trader David Hobart. David is a performance coach with a specialist background in investment management. He’s been an active trader and hedge fund manager since 1994, where managing risk through uncertainty has informed the development of his coaching program…
 
As we move through 2021, we’re still getting regular reminders that even though life is more normal, the effects of Coronavirus will be with us for a long time. While some people are still looking back in the rear vision mirror to see what lessons we can learn to give us some guidance for the year ahead, today I’ll be looking forward into the futur…
 
Do you realise that $10,000 invested in Bitcoin 5 years ago would be worth over $1.1 million today? Makes you think, right? With lockdowns occurring almost everywhere around the world, no one is travelling and AirBNB’s business has been decimated. Yet, its share price has risen by more than 40% over the past year, and it is currently worth nearly $…
 
Success is no accident. The most successful people in life – whether in business, family life, music, or on the sports field – may not always seem like they have much in common. How are The Beatles similar to Steve Jobs? Or Warren Buffett and Shane Warne? But when their traits, habits and work ethics are distilled down, these unlikely characters sh…
 
Basketball star Brock Motum’s investments in all aspects of his life have paid off in many ways, but none more so than his dividends of resilience. Despite missing out on achieving his lifelong goal of playing in the coveted NBA due to an untimely injury, Brock remains one of Australia’s top basketballers who is not only thriving as an elite athlet…
 
Property values can’t keep rising! It’s all a Ponzi scheme and is going to come crashing down around us! The only reason our property markets have survived COVID-19 is because of bank and government support. That’s some of the commentary you’ll find in the media and over the Internet at present and on the other hand you’ll find many experienced pro…
 
Choosing the right accountant can make a world of difference. A proactive accountant will share tax-saving and wealth-building ideas, be available to answer questions during the year and ensure you never end up in the ATO’s ‘bad-books’. Common complaints There are two common complaints about accountants. Firstly, that they don’t provide proactive a…
 
Have you ever wondered how certain people become so rich and successful? Well, if you’ve been listening to my podcast or reading my blogs and my books, you’d know that rich people don’t become rich by luck or by accident. Becoming rich requires hard work, dedication, and a certain set of habits. We are what we repeatedly do. That means excellence i…
 
The power of story and creation of unified vision is the driving passion and life story of our special guest, Tommy Deuschle. He’s a refreshing antidote for a world in desperate need of visionary, collaborative, creative and unifying leadership at all levels, based on the power of crafting and embracing new and better visionary stories. In this int…
 
Navigating the world of personal finance can be overwhelming, even for an adult who has quite a bit of experience in the working world. Yet with some smart planning, a good strategy, and an understanding of the basics you should be able to develop the money-management skills you need to get your finances under control. And that’s what I discuss in …
 
If the recent property price growth predictions become reality over the next couple of years, more homeowners may become ‘priced out’ of their desired location. What might be affordable today, could quickly become unaffordable, as prices can rise quickly. Sometimes it’s not possible to buy your dream home in one fell swoop. But do not despair. A st…
 
How do you evaluate the investment potential of a particular property? Well, that’s what I’m going to share with you today as we I share 5 metrics that we use at Metropole when discussing the investment potential of properties that we’re considering showing to our clients. But I’m also going to share 1 metric that you probably think is important, b…
 
‘The Property Professor’ Peter Koulizos joins Get Invested to talk about the truth of housing affordability in Australia, and much more. Peter is no stranger to the podcast, if you want to hear his full history and back story, check out Episode 41. To refresh your memory on his impressive property credentials, Peter is currently the Program Directo…
 
No one expects 2021 to be the same type of rollercoaster ride as 2020. And while there’s plenty of good news for our economy and our property markets, it’s important to remember that considerable uncertainty remains and the extreme dislocation to many businesses over the past year will take time to resolve. Now the general optimism is well-founded.…
 
Exchange Traded Funds (or ETF’s) have become very popular, particularly over the past 5 years. In fact, the amounts invested in ETF’s has doubled over this time. Last year (2020), Australians invested over $20 billion in ETFs. It is true that there are some advantages to investing in ETF’s. However, of course, not all ETF’s make good investments an…
 
Would you like to know where the property hotspots are going to be as Australia enters some semblance of normality in 2021? Or maybe you’d like to know exactly where property values are going to end up at the end of this year. Now I know that’s what a lot of the other podcasts are currently offering you, so I’m sorry if I’m going to disappoint you,…
 
Cate Bakos unpacks the power of negotiation and its importance in the property buying process. Cate is currently the President of REBAA, author of Successful Property Investment which features 48 real life adventures for readers to digest and glean actionable tips. Cate owns and operates Cate Bakos Property; a boutique and independent Melbourne Buy…
 
As we enter a new year, many of us will be focusing on the strange year we've had and trying to extract the lessons we've learned. Rather than do the same, in today’s episode of the Michael Yardney Podcast I’d like to remind you of some of the foundations of lifetime investment success with Stuart Wemyss. Now to be clear… this is very different to …
 
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