Nerida and Mimi talk super and investing in a volatile market – ABC Radio Nightlife

Market volatility keeping you awake at night? Join experts Nerida Cole and Mimi Gomez on ABC Radio Nightlife as they take callers’ questions and offer an overview of current market conditions. Is it better to invest in or out of super, and could the Reserve Bank keep rates on hold again this year? Nerida and Mimi explain why super can still be an effective investment vehicle for retirement and outline some economic indicators the Reserve Bank may consider at its next meeting. They also share some practical tips to help people get on top of their finances, including diversification as a means of positioning one’s portfolio in the face of volatility.

Dixon Advisory experts regularly appear as guests on ABC Radio Nightlife and in other media, sharing their financial insights on a range of topics including super, personal finances and retirement planning.

This podcast contains factual information or general advice and should not be considered personal advice. The advice does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or particular needs. Before acting on any advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice, having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. Seeking professional personal advice is always highly recommended. Any forward looking statements are based on current expectations at the time of the interview. No assurance can be given that such expectations will prove to be correct. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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Nerida Cole

Managing Director, Head of Advice

Nerida is a highly respected expert on superannuation, including self managed super funds (SMSF), retirement planning and wealth-building strategies. Through her role she works closely with Executive Chairman Daryl Dixon, Director of Quality Management Stephen Bone and the Compliance team to keep the firm’s financial strategies at the forefront of the latest legislative requirements.

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