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In this new podcast episode, economist/trend trading coach Jerry Robinson provides an important update on the U.S. stock market, including a new Long-Term uptrend signal. Later, he shares his commentary on the SEC's recent lawsuits against Binance and Coinbase.Af Follow the Money Radio
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Australians have been experiencing a dramatic rise in the cost of living thanks to inflation. While the business sector was quick to blame wages for rising inflation, the Australia Institute and the Center for Future Work took a look at the data, and it told a very different story. This was recorded on Monday 5th June 2023 and things may have chang…
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From Narendra Modi's recent visit, to the cancelled Quad summit meeting, to new developments in the AUKUS nuclear submarine agreement, it's been a busy few weeks in international relations news for Australia. This was recorded on Wednesday 25th May 2023 and things may have changed since recording. The Australia Institute // @theausinstitute Guest: …
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It’s that time of year again… Time to raise America’s debt ceiling. Now that Washington has passed trillions of dollars of new spending bills, it’s time to decide whether to pay for those items. In this new episode, economist Jerry Robinson explains the drama surrounding the debt ceiling debate in stark terms and provides a simple way of understand…
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The Australian government spends a billion dollars or more each year on consulting firms to complete necessary work, often involving confidential information. But a recent scandal at PricewaterhouseCooper has racked the consulting industry, undermining public trust in the system. This was recorded on Tuesday 16th May 2023 and things may have change…
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The Albanese Government has handed down its 2023-24 Federal Budget, and it contains positive measures like a 15% pay rise for aged care workers, the minimal increases to welfare, and deferral of any change to the Stage 3 tax cuts, confirm that change is going to be incremental and slow. This was recorded on Wednesday 10th May 2023 and things may ha…
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While inflationary pressures have eased in recent months, Americans are still faced with elevated shelter and food costs. In this episode, Jerry Robinson digs into the latest CPI report and provides his commentary on the Federal Reserve's latest interest rate hike. Later, Jerry provides a broad overview of the financial markets along with his signa…
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Despite fossil fuel usage contributing to the destruction of our climate, the Australian government still hands out billions every year in fossil fuel subsidies. But where is the money going, and how much is being spent exactly? This was recorded on Tuesday 2nd May 2023 and things may have changed since recording. The Australia Institute // @theaus…
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Australia’s housing crisis is only getting worse, and our social housing shortfall has ballooned to 500,000 and rent is skyrocketing. So how did we get here, and what can be done? This episode is a live recording from the Australia Institute's Politics in the Pub series. This was recorded on Wednesday 19th April 2023 and things may have changed sin…
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It's that time of year again when some investors will begin unloading their stock portfolios in preference of bonds. But is the "sell in May and go away" strategy a wise idea in 2023? In this latest episode, Jerry Robinson discusses this strategy's long-term performance and provides his signature commentary on the markets. He focuses on many curren…
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The PRRT, or Petroleum Resource Rent Tax, is a tax on profits of petroleum products, including crude oil and petroleum gas. But through accounting tricks and loopholes, gas corporations are avoiding paying their fair share of tax. Research mentioned: https://australiainstitute.org.au/report/reforming-the-petroleum-resource-rent-tax/ This was record…
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In this podcast episode, economist/investor Jerry Robinson explores the topic of cryptocurrency investing in 2023 and beyond. The broadcast begins by highlighting some of the risks and challenges that come with investing in cryptocurrency, including market volatility, regulatory uncertainty, and cybersecurity risks. Jerry then discusses different i…
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No, it's not just inflation. Since the GFC, there has been a radical reversal in who benefits from economic growth. Back in the 1950s, the bottom 90% of income earners enjoyed around 90% of the benefits of the economic growth, but not anymore. So what has happened? This was recorded on Tuesday 11th April 2023 and things may have changed since recor…
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The recent by-election in Aston was historic, with Labor candidate Mary Doyle claiming victory. But what can we learn from these results? Political analyst Kos Samaras joins the podcast to explain. This was recorded on Tuesday 4th March 2023 and things may have changed since recording. The Australia Institute // @theausinstitute Guest: Kos Samaras,…
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On today's broadcast, economist/investor Jerry Robinson discusses the wild economic events of March 2023 and how they are impacting the financial markets. March has been a particularly eventful (market-moving) month with many major economic announcements amid a U.S. banking crisis. The episode starts with a discussion of the latest economic news, i…
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On Monday, Greens leader Adam Bandt announced that a deal had been reached with the government to pass Safeguard Mechanism with some key amendments. Richard Denniss is just back from Parliament House to help explain the deal and what it means for Australia’s emissions. This was recorded on Monday 27th March 2023 and things may have changed since re…
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