Friends With Money #31: What does 2022 hold for you?

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This week on the Friends With Money podcast, Money magazine's managing editor Julia Newbould is joined by the Rainmaker head of research, Alex Dunnin, and Financial Standard senior journalist, Karren Vergara, as they speculate the potential gains and losses of the year ahead.

They cover what might happen to super, concerns around market volatility, investing in a low-interest-rate environment. They also talk about:

  • supply chain issues
  • property prices
  • young people and superannuation.

friends with money 31 what does 2022 hold for you

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Julia Newbould was editor-at-large and later managing editor of Money from November 2019 to February 2022. She was previously editor of Financial Planning and Super Review magazines; managing editor at InvestorInfo and at Morningstar Australia. Julia co-authored The Joy of Money, a book on women and personal finance. She holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney where she serves on the alumni council.

Karren Vergara is a financial journalist with Financial Standard, covering wealth management, including superannuation, banking and financial planning. Prior to becoming a journalist, she was an accountant for more 10 years. She has a diploma in journalism and Bachelor's degree in business, both from UTS.

Alex Dunnin is director of research at Rainmaker Information, publisher of Money magazine, Financial Standard and Selecting Super. He has a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education from the University of Sydney, and a Graduate Diploma in Operations Research and Graduate Certificate in Marketing from Charles Sturt University.