Catapult International Group Ltd (ASX: CAT), Australian Investors Podcast with Strawman’s Andrew Page

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  *This episode was recorded remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions, we apologise for any inconsistencies in audio quality. On this episode: In this week’s Australian Investors Podcast, we’re talking Catapult Group International Ltd (ASX: CAT).  Andrew Page is a private investor and the founder of Strawman.com, Australia’s premier investment platform for private investors to share their ASX share research and insights on companies.   Andrew joins Owen Raszkiewicz on this week’s episode of The Australian Investors Podcast to talk about Strawman and sporting software technology company Catapult Group International Ltd.  Please enjoy this episode of The Australian Investors Podcast with Andrew Page, private investor. Show notes Andrew Page on Twitter Strawman website – join now Don’t forget to leave us an iTunes review if you enjoy our interview. It helps me attract more great guests.

Ep 75. Health Insurance 101

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate & Owen dive into the fine-print ridden world of health insurance. From ambulance, hospital and extras cover to the medicare levy surcharge, we provide you with the tools and resources for you to decide if health insurance is right for you. Remember to send your questions through to [email protected] Also if you’ve been enjoying listening to the podcast and are listening through Apple Podcasts, we’d love it if you could leave us a review! Resources: AFP Episode: Ep. 3. Emergency! (insurance) Expert Guest: Tim Tez from AIA Australia Health Insurance | Compare Private Health Insurance Australia The Australian health system What is covered – Ambulance MoneySmart: Health insurance Medicare levy surcharge | Australian Taxation Office Private Health Insurance Basics Private health insurance rebate | Australian Taxation Office Hospital cover product tiers Private health insurance reforms Health insurance tiers … Read more

Ep. 74. Owen’s First Home Buying Journey

On recent episodes of The Australian Finance Podcast, you may recall that Owen dropped a few hints about his plans to buy his first property.
Well, the papers are signed and keys are in hand, so Kate’s turning the tables on Owen this week and finding out just how this share lover ended up buying a house (during COVID-19 no less). From initial research to finally ripping up the carpet, tune in for a deep dive into Owen’s first home buying journey.

Chris Judd, Private Investor

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  On this episode: Chris Judd is a former professional AFL football player turned private investor and podcast host.  In this episode of The Australian Investors Podcast, Owen Raszkiewicz talks to Chris about: His early days, lessons learned and buying his first stock at age 16 How and why he continued to invest while competing in the AFL at the highest level The transition to becoming a full-time private investor post his sporting career Risk versus volatility, why volatility shouldn’t matter to a private investor How Chris constructs his all weather portfolio using the simple principles and the ideas of a soccer team (high growth companies as strikers/forwards, defenders include gold mining companies and currency trades) Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and the case for inflation, deflation and everything in between Please enjoy this episode of The Australian Investors Podcast with Chris Judd, private investor.  Show notes Chris’ podcast & website … Read more

Ep 72. Q&A: Investing in Your 40s, Chasing Your Super & Multiple Bank Accounts

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate and Owen are back behind the mic answering some common listener questions received over the last month. In this episode we answer a range of great questions, ranging from… Help for those starting their finance journey in late 30s/40s/50s Should you get a financial advisor if you’ve only got a small amount of money to manage? Multiple bank accounts & savings with neobanks Are ETFs blowing up? SMSFs versus big Super funds What do I do if you find out that your employer has stopped paying your super? GENERAL ADVICE ONLY. BUT SERIOUSLY IT’S NOT ADVICE AT ALL. Do your own research – always! Remember to send your questions through to [email protected] Also if you’ve been enjoying listening to the podcast and are listening through Apple Podcasts, we’d love it if you could leave us a review! Resources: … Read more

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