Jack Guthrie

Australia’s Ageing Population

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The Australian baby boomer can be defined as anyone born between 1946 and 1964. They are an iconic generation within our nation’s history that defined our Australian dream. This period saw prosperity in economic growth, industrial manufacturing and ultimately population growth. It is estimated that over 5.5 million Australian babies were born over this period – the most significant event of population growth in the history of our nation at the time.

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Joshua Mellick

The Howard Smith Wharves Revitalisation – A Sign of Things to Come

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Brisbane is rapidly emerging as a world city. Its economic development through job creation, infrastructure spending and enhanced lifestyle are acting as a key driver in the continuing transformation of the city. Brisbane acts as Australia’s closest capital city to Asia, offering an appealing business environment in a region supporting an ever-increasing share of global economic growth.

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Dr Tony Hayek

Why Negative Gearing is a community service

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So we all know that Property Investment and Negative Gearing are popular topics among Australians. The removal of Negative Gearing was a major policy discussion in the recent federal election and it came under heavy scrutiny. For Labor, it was the lead runner on the path to change. History now tells us that it backfired as a strategy to win the votes of the Australian people. According to Labor, Negative Gearing was exclusively used by a ‘wealthy’ class of Aussie and that it was in the best interests of the majority of Australians for it to be removed. Turns out the Australian people didn’t feel the same way.

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Dr Tony Hayek

Why Negative Gearing is a community service

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So we all know that Property Investment and Negative Gearing are popular topics among Australians. The removal of Negative Gearing was a major policy discussion in the recent federal election and it came under heavy scrutiny. For Labor, it was the lead runner on the path to change. History now tells us that it backfired as a strategy to win the votes of the Australian people. According to Labor, Negative Gearing was exclusively used by a ‘wealthy’ class of Aussie and that it was in the best interests of the majority of Australians for it to be removed. Turns out the Australian people didn’t feel the same way.

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Jack Guthrie

What Is the Fastest Growing Region In Australia?

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Australia’s level of population growth over the last decade has been nothing short of miraculous. Our little country has outgrown the majority of OECD nations, adding almost 3 million residents through strong levels of overseas migration. To give you some perspective, that’s the equivalent to adding the population of Western Australia since 2009.

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Jack Guthrie

How Fear Impacts Decision Making

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Research conducted by associates of Cornell University suggests that as humans we make approximately 35,000 decisions each day. The importance of each ranges widely from what to eat in the morning, right up to life changing decisions such as who to marry and where to live. As a result, effective decision making can be one of the most important skills a person will ever learn.

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Jack Guthrie

Are You Australia’s Typical Investor?

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Australian’s are renowned for their love of property. Whether it be the savvy investor or the home improver, the majority of our population have some form of property interest throughout their life. Yet, there is a connotation that Australia’s property markets are owned through monopoly of the upper class.

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Dr Tony Hayek

The Fear of Uncertainty

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Australian property owners have undergone some testing times over the past 18 months. Buyer confidence has been beaten around by lending changes, leadership battles and chatter about our mythical “property bubble”. If you had read some of the reports leading up to the latest election you would have been certain that it was the end for the market. In reality, it’s nothing that we haven’t seen before. The media and selective political parties have leant on pessimistic data to create a useful fear in the minds of Australians.

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