Peter Switzer talks about being economically nervous, Twitter trolls and the stream of data out of Australia and the United States this week.
Peter Switzer looks at how the markets reacted to the International Monetary Fund's growth downgrade for the global economy, plus the ASX stocks with double-digit growth.
This week on Mad about Money, we're talking Brexit, a tax stimulus from China and the latest on Wesfarmers.
Peter and Paul look at the gains for the Dow Jones, industry super funds overtaking SMSFs and how the Australian stock market will respond to local headwinds.
Peter and Paul discuss the upcoming interest rate decision by the Fed, whether the market is in a crash or a correction and John McGrath's home price call.
Peter and Paul look at the latest effects of Trump on the markets, house price falls and whether Bill Shorten will be denied his tax grab on retirees.
Peter and Paul look at the 800 point fall for the Dow overnight, whether our banks might be affected and the release of economic growth numbers today.
Peter and Paul discuss the upcoming meeting between the US and China at the G20 summit, whether you can make money out of Bill Shorten's proposed policies, and a stock that Paul hated but now likes.
This week, Peter and Paul discuss market uncertainty and Coles listing on the ASX, plus negative gearing and tax refunds for retirees.
Is it a crash or a correction? Is the banking royal commission dragging on for too long? Find out on the latest episode of Mad about Money!
How bullish is Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe? Plus the Commonwealth Bank's first quarter profit result and the Rio buyback.
This week on Mad about Money, Peter and Paul look at AMP and ANZ, the Dow's rebound and Bill Shorten's negative gearing policies.