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Inside Investing, Podcast Episode #5

Welcome to the fifth episode of Inside Investing.

James Marlay, co founder of Livewire Markets, and I take you inside the investing world we experience each week. Inside Investing Episode #5 features:

  • the recent ASFA conference and behavioural economist and author Dan Ariely
  • the Royal Commission
  • Profile on ASX-listed GetSwift
  • the Amazon impact as seen from the US and an Australian stock it is likely to impact
  • some political tales told by former Deputy PM and Australian Ambassador to the US, Kim Beazley.

Please click on the podcast, and links to the articles are listed below. All Inside Investing podcasts are available on iTunes here.

Links to articles mentioned

The retail stock most likely to go bust

How 25 staff deliver to 66 countries

The good news story Australia is missing

It’s a super Royal Commission, but what can it achieve?

IPOs, information asymmetry and house prices

Amazon: Lessons from the US for Australian retail

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