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5 Minutes With The Guru ft.David Everett

Welcome back to another episode of 5 Minutes With The Guru. In this episode Peter sits down with David Everett a lifelong friend and Editor of the in Macarth...

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Special Announcement - 5 Minutes With The Guru

Peter took some time out to let his clients know the value of life, the value of planning for your future and the value of having a relationship between him ...

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A chat with a Guru

Kirsty and I are moving across the road at Thirroul to a new home we are buying together. We secured our loan through Hillross Macarthur. As a broker they offer a lot of choice and because I have dealt with them for many years, there is a level of trust that is very important.

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5 Minutes With the Guru ft. Janine Mladin

In this weeks episode Peter sits down with one of his valued clients Janine Mladin. Janine has survived multiple brain surgeries, she is an incredible marath...

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5 Minutes With The Guru ft. John Adam

John Adam runs Marsdens Law Group, snow ski's all around the world, is a husband, a father of four daughters, the chairman of the board at Mater Dei, and an ...

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5 Minutes With The Guru ft. Theresa Kramer

Welcome to the first episode of 5 Minutes With The Guru. In this 2 part interview Peter talks with our valued client Theresa Kramer about her financial freed...

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Financial Planning

Tips for Estate Planning

Watch this short video to learn about preparing a Will and the options available to you throughout estate planning.

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Understanding Investment Risk and Performance

Cash, Shares, Property. Learn the risks associated with the performance of these investments in this short video.

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Benefits of Having Personal Insurance

Reasons why you need personal insurance.

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Why You Need A Mortgage Broker

Don't risk precious time and money by going it alone. Watch this video to learn why you need a mortgage broker.

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The Benefits Of Having A Business Succession Plan

The Benefits Of Having A Business Succession Plan

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Hillross Macarthur - Understanding Investments

In this video you will learn the difference between investing in Cash, Property and Shares and why you should consider speaking to a Financial Adviser.

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The Benefits of Buy Sell Insurance

This clip shows the benefits of buy sell insurance. A buy–sell agreement, also known as a buyout agreement, is a legally binding agreement between co-owners ...

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Buying a Property and the Costs Included

This video explains the costs behind buying a property and what is involved in the process.

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Managing Debt & The Difference Between Good & Bad Debt.

Quick tips to managing your debt.

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Planning Your Retirement? These Tips Will Help.

Effective tips for planning your retirement.

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Benefits of Ongoing Review's With Your Financial Planner

Hillross Macarthur is dedicated to meeting with you to ensure we are on track to reach your Financial Freedom.

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The benefits of having a Financial Planner

Financial Planning is a complex world of government regulations when it comes to investing, superannuation or setting up your Pension. We take the worry from...

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AMP News

Oliver's Insights - 10 medium to longer-term implications from the Coronavirus shock

There has been much debate about the short-term economic and investment impact of coronavirus – on economic activity, unemployment, interest rates, house prices, shares, etc.

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The Lucky Country - three reasons why Australia may come through this period of global misery better than most countries

Back in January when the bushfires were raging, I feared Australia’s luck had ran out. But right now, I thank god I live in The Lucky Country!

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Capital Edition Issue 08

THE INSIDE WORKINGS OF AN INVESTING RULEBOOK.

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Why super and growth assets like shares have to be seen as long-term investments

This is an update of a note I wrote last November, but after the recent plunge in shares and the associated 10% or so loss in balanced growth superannuation funds through the March quarter, it’s particularly relevant now.

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Light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel – what does it mean for investors?

After a strong rally, in the short-term shares are vulnerable to bleak economic and earnings news.

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Magic money tree – QE & money printing and their part in the coronavirus economic rescue

Central bank support to ensure the flow of money and credit through economies is an essential part of the global and Australian coronavirus economic rescue

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Capital Edition Issue 07

MARKETS IN THE AGE OF (MIS) INFORMATION

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What signposts can we watch to be confident shares have bottomed?

While shares have rallied 15-20% from their March low and may have started a bottoming process

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The coronavirus pandemic and the economy – a Q&A from an investment perspective

Significant government support is essential to enable parts of the economy to successfully hibernate

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Is coronavirus driving a recession, depression or an economic hit like no other? What does it mean for the bear market in shares?

Global share markets have fallen into a bear market, but whether this turns out to be long or short depends on how long the hit to the economy from coronavirus lasts.

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The threat to Australian house prices from Coronavirus

The Australian housing market is at risk from the coronavirus recession Australia has now entered. A relatively short recession that sees unemployment rise to around 7.5% would likely only set prices back around 5% or so after which prices would bounce back.

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Five charts on investing to keep in mind in rough times like these

Successful investing can be really difficult in times like the present with immense uncertainty around the impact of coronavirus on the outlook.

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The increasing economic threat from coronavirus - what to watch for and what should investors do?

The rout in financial markets has continued, on the back of coronavirus, made worse by a flow on to oil markets.

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Capital edition issue 6

How the next generation is investing?

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The plunge in shares – seven things investors need to keep in mind

The plunge in share markets over the last week has generated much coverage and consternation.

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The increasing spread of Coronavirus – updated economic and investment market implications

While reported new coronavirus cases in China have slowed, the pickup in cases outside China has led to a renewed sharp fall in share markets and bond yields.

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Oliver's Insights - Three reasons why low inflation is good for shares and property

Shares are vulnerable to a short-term correction - Key things to watch out for are recession and much higher inflation.

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From bushfires to coronavirus - five ways to turn down the noise around investing

From bushfires to coronavirus - five ways to turn down the noise around investing

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Olivers Insights -The China Coronavirus outbreak – economic and investment market implications

The China coronavirus outbreak has led to concerns of a global pandemic triggering an economic downturn. Our base case is that the outbreak will be contained allowing share markets and bond yields to rebound. However, uncertainty is high given that the coronavirus is more contagious than SARS albeit with lower mortality. Key to watch for is a peak in new cases and contained transmission in developed countries.

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Five charts to watch regarding the global economy and markets this year

Shares are at risk of a short-term correction or consolidation after a strong run over the last year and with sentiment now very bullish. However, this year should still see good returns for investors as global growth edges up and interest rates remain low. > Five key global charts to watch are: global business conditions PMIs; global inflation; the US yield curve; the US dollar; and global trade growth. > So far so good, with PMIs improving a bit, inflation remaining low, the yield curve steepening, the $US showing signs of topping and the US/China trade truce auguring well for some pick up in world trade growth.

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Bushfires and the Australian economy

The Australian bushfire season that began in September has been horrific with more than 7 million hectares of bush destroyed, more than 25 deaths, significant loss of livestock, estimates of more than a billion wildlife animals killed and more than 1800 homes destroyed. More than 200 fires are still burning. Following the intensification of the bushfires over the Christmas/New Year period attention has now turned to the impact on the economy. This note looks at the key impacts.

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Learn about refinancing your home loan and how it can save you money

Even if you secured a competitive package when you first took out your home loan, it’s worth reviewing each year1 to ensure the interest rates, fees and features continue to meet your needs. By refinancing you may be able to pay off your home loan sooner.

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Capital Edition - Strength in unity

In this month’s issue we discuss how: James Maydew believes that having culture and strategy on the same blueprint is an absolute imperative climate change is impacting the real estate sector, and how leaders and businesses are standing up to the task of tackling it Julie-Anne Mizzi uses her innate passion for investing in infrastructure for those who need it, and the familiar airport retail experience is set for a makeover.

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Oliver's insights - Review of 2019, outlook for 2020 - the beat goes on

2019 saw growth slow, recession fears increase and the US trade wars ramp up, but solid investment returns as monetary policy eased, bond yields fell and demand for unlisted assets remained strong. 2020 is likely to see global growth pick up with monetary policy remaining easy. Expect the RBA to cut the cash rate to 0.25% and to undertake quantitative easing. Against this backdrop, share markets are likely to see reasonable but more constrained & volatile returns, and bond yields are likely to back up resulting in good but more modest returns from a diversified mix of assets. The main things to keep an eye on are: the trade wars; the US election; global growth; Chinese growth; and fiscal versus monetary stimulus in Australia.

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Top 50 advisers - Peter Nonnenmacher

Local financial adviser Peter Nonnenmacher, named as one of the top 50 in Australia

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What is risk profiling and how does it work?

Your risk profile is a crucial factor when deciding where your money will be invested Risk profiling is an important part of the financial planning process. When you meet with your financial planner to discuss your investment plans, he will assess your tolerance for risk and then use that information to help you make important investment decisions.

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Finding Financial Freedom Episode 1. Financial Planning

www.macarthurfp.com.au (+61) 02 4627 5200 Produced by In The Moment Media - inthemomentmedia.com.au Welcome to Episode 1 of Finding Financial Freedom, starri...

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Federal Budget 2016-17 - What does the budget mean for you?

Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison put forward a number of proposed changes, mainly around contributions to superannuation and taxation, in his budget speech last night.

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Aged Care Steps

Aged Care Facts & Figures

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Home Care Reform

The Australian Government is improving the way home care services are delivered to older Australians. From 27 February 2017, a new national system for prioritising access to home care will be established and managed through My Aged Care.

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Special Edition Federal Budget Update 2017

Last night, Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison handed down his second Federal Budget.

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