It’s just ain’t right but it’s something I can’t fight – or can I?
Dr Ross Walker explains what atherosclerosis is and how it can affect you.
Dr Ross Walker explains what a coronary calcium score is and when you should get one.
Dr Ross Walker takes a closer look at 'good' and 'bad' cholesterol.
Peter discusses the latest property market news with SQM Research's Louis Christopher, The Agency's Ben Collier and Centuria's Ross Lees.
Your boots are made for walking so get your feet into gear and start exercising – it’s the second best drug on the plant.
Year after year, CSL has met or exceeded profit guidance — pretty remarkable for an Aussie company earning most of its revenue outside Oz. Should you buy it?
Each year 200 motorbike riders band together to raise awareness and money for victims of homicides.
Peter and Paul discuss Russell Investments' Low Carbon Global Shares Fund with portfolio manager James Harwood.
With the second swearing in of Senator Jim Molan, it’s good to see the NSW Liberal Party’s machine has now repented - in part.
After a period of low growth, house prices in Brisbane are set to jump 20% over the next three years.
Dr Ross Walker explains why abdominal obesity is more concerning than body mass index.
BIS Oxford Economics' Sarah Hunter, Charter Hall's Adrian Harrington and Mortgage Choice's Susan Mitchell join the show.
620,000 shareholders will soon receive an invitation via a share purchase plan to buy more Westpac shares. Is now the right time to invest in banks?
Peter and Paul talk gold with Perth Mint's Jordan Eliseo and ETF Securities' Chad Hitzeman, plus health goals with Eden Health Retreat's Chris van Hoof and money goals with Nudge's Andrew Wilson.
Too many people on this planet are too fat. Before you have a calorific surge, strongly consider the consequences.
Banks will become much more bureaucratic, and a lot more risk averse, says former Westpac CEO.
Julia Lee shares some of her insights for investing, plus Melbourne Cup tips from Tom Waterhouse.
What sets Melbourne apart from the other capital cities?
What lessons can two small bakeries teach the big end of town about business done right?
If you're looking to lose weight, Dr Ross Walker has the advice you need.
Peter Switzer is joined by Tim Gurner, Charles Tarbey and Tim Johansen.
On average, across the whole market, dividend yields are falling but it’s not all bad news. Let me explain.
Cardiologist Dr Ross Walker, the National Divorce Centre's Cheryl Duffy and the Victorian Energy Policy Centre's Bruce Mountain all join the show this week to help clarify some important issues.
Join us at the Switzer Income Conference & Masterclass next month.
Peter Switzer speaks to Julia Lee, Michael McCarthy, Charlie Aitken, Paul Rickard and Dr Mathew McDougall about investing in China.
With clearance rates reaching the upper 70% range, the Sydney property market has turned a corner according to the latest McGrath Report thanks to a combination of factors including eased lending restrictions, interest rate cuts and the ‘ScoMo effect’.
Continuing his series on obesity, Dr Ross Walker explains how you could lose weight by eating the Mediterranean way.
Peter Switzer speaks to McGrath Estate's John McGrath, Suburbanite's Anna Porter and JLL's Andrew Ballantyne.
Wise guy offshore short sellers have been attacking WiseTech Global — here’s why I think short selling needs to be regulated.
Charlie Aitken and Gerry Harvey share some of their secrets to success, plus an economic update with AMP Capital's Shane Oliver.
Bank deposit rates won’t give you the return you might need but don’t throw caution to the wind when looking for higher returns.
Peter Switzer takes a look at the retail sector with Julia Lee, Michael McCarthy, Charlie Aitken, Paul Rickard and Sarah Hunter.
John McGrath shares his top suburb picks for capital growth potential, plus predictions for the future of the property market from the latest McGrath Report.
Dr Ross Walker is back with a new series of The Check Up.
Peter Switzer talks property with CoreLogic's Tim Lawless and Destiny Financial Solutions' Margaret Lomas.
Ron Howard's hit comedy is about the eternal responsibilities of raising children. What recent medical studies show is that responsibility extends prior to the momentous occasion when you discover you’re about to be a Mum or a Dad, as well as those vital first nine months of life.
Doesn’t Josh Frydenberg understand that pensioners, self-funded retirees and investors will end up getting screwed from more bank bashing?
The CEO and founder of Guzman y Gomez, Steven Marks, joins the show to discuss the history and future of the Mexican food chain, plus global investing with Fidelity's Anthony Doyle, and the Institute for Economics and Peace's Steve Killelea.
I’ve stated my view about those who are wrong. I’d be delighted if either man took me to court for defamation. I’d have no difficulty explaining the reasoning behind my description or why my making such a description serves the interests of Australian democracy.
On Switzer TV: Investing this week, Peter Switzer is joined by Julia Lee, Michael McCarthy, Rudi Filapek-Vandyck, Charlie Aitken and Paul Rickard.
Prices have grown as much as 4.6% in the lower, middle and upper property brackets of the east coast capital cities.
This week on Switzer TV: Property, Nerida Conisbee, James Symond and Jason Huljich.
Peter Switzer speaks to Ann-Catherine Jones from Travel Associates, Dean Jones from clothing rental business GlamCorner and John DePeters from insurance company Chubb.
There’s nothing fishy about the beneficial effects of supplementing your diet with Omega 3 fatty acids.
As retail investors despair about lousy interest rates, one particular type of product is enjoying retail market attention: the fixed interest Listed Investment Trust (LIT) or Listed Investment Company (LIC).
This is a true story written by a 22-year-old living in Sydney.
Another 0.25% drop in interest rates, rising buyer demand and a reduction in homes for sale is propelling a perfect storm for new growth in property prices, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne.