27 September 2020
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And the winner is…Donald Trump! Really?

Despite polls indicating Joe Biden is a shoo-in to become the 46th President of the USA, expert scientific analysis suggests President Trump has a 90% chance of being reelected.

My knee replacement

Dr Ross Walker shares his own experience of having a total knee replacement.

Australia: Home prices in focus

There will be another mixed array of new economic data and survey results in the coming week.

5 things you need to know today

Responsible lending laws to be axed, a drop in the Coronavirus supplement from the Federal Government, and MORE.

Is Mark Bouris optimistic on property? Plus, Tim Gurner says house prices will rebound!

On this week's show: Yellow Brick Road's Mark Bouris, property developer Tim Gurner and economist Dr Andrew Wilson.

Paul Keating canes Reserve Bank for being bums and killing jobs

Former Prime Minister Keating (the Treasurer most responsible for our previous recession in 1991) has ripped into the high priests of our Reserve Bank for being too slow and indolent dealing with the Coronavirus crash.

Has the death of LICs been greatly exaggerated?

After reading his obituary in a newspaper, Mark Twain purportedly said “the reports of my death are greatly exaggerated”. That’s the way I see the current debate over listed investment companies (LICs) and here’s why.

Will cannabis stocks get back in the green?

A new world beckons for the listed medical cannabis stocks, but is it too late for new “pot market” players?

Peta Credlin, one of Australia’s most powerful women

Peter Switzer talks to Tony Abbott's former chief of staff, political commentator Peta Credlin, plus economist Saul Eslake and Booktopia CEO Tony Nash.

The Yanks understand the importance of doing business over lunch. Why can’t we?

Restaurants crushed by Covid-19 need incentives to keep their doors open and people in jobs. This unfair fringe benefits tax on meals must be reconsidered.

Switzer Video

A look at culture, arts, extras and things we’re following this week.
Upon the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the biographical legal drama released in 2018 called ‘On the Basis of Sex’ is a must watch this weekend.

Starring Felicity Jones, the film follows the life of the second woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court. It explores the personal challenges she overcame and her ground-breaking reforms to tax and gender discrimination in law.
James Kerr’s novel on the New Zealand All Black’s is featured in Booktopia’s ‘Business Books for Excellence’.

The global bestseller goes through 15 powerful and practical lessons for leadership inspired by the world’s most successful rugby union team. 

The book does not only fixate on building leadership skills in a team or organisation environment, but also in leading yourself.

Quote of the Week

“Longevity in this business is about being able to reinvent yourself or invent the future."  
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft

Photo of the Week

Kathryn Ryan, Across Winter Paddock, 2019, Image courtesy: Kathryn Ryan and NandaHobbs.
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