With the aim of 'increasing wealth for the Everyday Kiwi', Darcy Ungaro launched this podcast almost 2 years ago. Each week, the subscribers to the NZ Everyday Investor podcast consistently increases, and is one of NZ's most popular, award-winning, podcasts. More 'Everyday' Kiwi's from all walks of life have than ever, have been exposed to
In this article, I'm going to cover off some of the issues around insurance and investments in light of the current Covid-Correction that is occurring. To get you started, have a listen to this fresh podcast with ASB Senior Wealth Economist with ASB, Chris Tennent-Brown. If you have KiwiSaver or you want to know what's
As you can appreciate, at this time we're currently experiencing a high volume of questions. They all have a similar sound to them so to save time, here's a list to cover off some of the FAQ's around Covid-19. If you're curiosity persists, please do get in touch. For an extra insight, I'm happy to
Financial Advisers just want to sell you products so they can get paid! Well, here’s a myth that has truth in it - the answer is...YES!! Financial advisers want to get paid! Do you go to work for free? The real question that you want to ask here is this: Does the desire to get
Who wants to listen to a cheesy show about making money and showing off about how much they know? Well if it’s going to be that kind of party I’ll go stick my face in some mashed potatoes - it’s high time that someone starts getting real about how they talk about financial literacy. The
A cup of cold sick, on an otherwise lovely day… So here’s the thing - an inconvenient truth herein lies, when one stops work before they die. Today, 1 in 3 are 65 with a mortgage - what would tomorrow's you look like?*. Yip, I may be about to ruin your day. It’s kind of
I grew up in a small Canadian town a lot like Queenstown - very beautiful, loads of outdoor fun like skiing and hiking, but imagine more bacon. Like Queenstown, the seasons never failed, and no matter how much you tried to wiggle your way out of winter, summer always came of its own volition. Seasons
Turns out waiting until you’re older to get health insurance wasn’t such a good idea after all - the future you wants to have ‘a little chat’ with the present you. It’s totally understandable why present U isn’t down with insurance - we’ve heard it all before: ‘I don’t want to be over-insured’. Which is
Timing vs ‘Time In’ “I heard that the market is so uncertain right now, is it really a good time to buy?’ Here’s what I say to that… Being obsessed with timing and the market conditions is dumb – it’s just another manifestation of your fear, so get over it and stop being a pussy.
Now I may get into trouble here but someone really should say something about the most common employer promoted health insurance scheme in NZ. I won’t mention their name, but I can almost guarantee the following: if you have an employer based health insurance scheme in NZ, there’s a reasonably good chance it’s these guys.