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Hello Nvidia, US Dominance - and Default
Alan's away for a week, so Evan Lucas and Stephen Mayne are in the Money Café this week. On the agenda: how AI has powered the advent of Nvidia, US dominance and default, big investment headaches, the AGM mini-season, the Victorian state budget, the cost of the Big Build and taxes for churches, unions and schools. Also: council rates, GST and inflation, ICE vs EV and bonus Pointsbet shares.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The RBA and FOI Poobahs
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson – fully recovered from COVID and awaiting hot chocolate – discuss the first draft of Alan’s avatar, the four companies making up 70 per cent of profits, localised recessions, a glut of offices, and the RBA, FOI and what the poobahs should be doing. Also: war-gaming a US default, capped admin fees for super, SMSFs, cooling the housing market, YIMBY, uranium stocks and uranium ETFs, GST and inflation, PRRT, migration, granny flats and Stephen Mayne for prime minister.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alan and his AI Avatar
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson — struck down by COVID yet again — try to wrap their heads around AI, the past and present tense of the budget, the so-called commodity windfall and who gets credit for the surplus. Also: bitcoin; Charter Hall and REITs; banks making money; three things for an inflationary world; Japan falling behind in the EV race; NAB shares and the RBA's fine-tuning.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Unsurprising RBA Rate Hike
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss Japan and its supermarkets, the unsurprising “surprise” by the RBA, the Fed’s Powell on sticky inflation, the evidence — or lack of — for rate cuts, the best banker in the country and CEO transitions. Also: HECS debts, ASX to NYSE, stage 3 tax cuts and inflation, best Super funds for +$1 million and who caps fees, parking money in a bond, when to call an accountant and when the reckoning arrives for unlisted asset values.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Going on a Graph Hunt
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne on Blackmores and another Australian icon disappearing, why Tucker Carlson was sacked, raising money to clean up a uranium mine, dud KKR floats and finding the money for a proper monthly CPI. Also: buy the best house you can live in, executives paying taxes, Japanese government bonds, the RBA chief speaking out of turn, owning a home vs renting, a Holden vs a Camry, Manningham’s librarians and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alan Kohler, Eureka Report’s Editor-in-Chief, explores and explains the week’s news, views and events with smart people who like good coffee. Topics include but not limited to inflation, Bitcoin, Scott Morrison, vaccines and climate change. Got a question for next week's episode? Email [email protected]