What's happened to the finance sector in 2021? | The Business finance industry

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Cryptocurrency, crowd funding, the bank of mum and dad and Finfluencers, check out what 2021 had in store for the finance industry, with new players and old heads changing the game.

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9 comments

Nathan 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

And those pretend financial advisers on social media are just a matter of time before they get done for some sort of ponzi scheme or market manipulation fines..

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Nathan 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Islamic finance: when you're paying variable "rent" which happens to be tied to paying off interest rates and principal, guess what: you're paying interest. But it's religion, reality or rational thinking doesn't factor in.

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KronicPain 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Regarding employees stolen super not being recovered seems bull$hit and lazy to me.
Those companies existed in the past and were registered by people with personal tax income accounts under ATO. .
Therefore the Problem in my eyes is with the legislation as per usual.
I think their would be away to get this money back at a government level with some exceptions such as the previous Employer leaving the country completely or dying .
Lazy governance at its finest

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Rhys McCleary 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Not your keys not your coins. It’s not the governments responsibility to fix your mistakes. The answer to the problems created by centralised legacy finance and the problems the dollar creates isn’t more centralised control.

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Chas Abetz 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Cbdc is indue card on steroids, which means that the government knows exactly whom is spending what on what.
Also the control to print as much as they want (very bad), all at the flick of a switch in a computer program, no oversight required.

Decentralised finance (not government controlled) that is algorthimic is much better.

The key here is if you invest money you have to be happy to lose it all if you invest it in one place/one thing.

If you can't handle that type of risk don't put 200k into one exchange, you should have split it up over multiple exchanges.

Exactly the same as investing in the stock market.

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Jeremy 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Andrew Yeo stole shit loads of Aussie crypto cash and ran off to China – let that be a lesson

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David Wilkie 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

Well this is the way news is reported..

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GlasgowCelticBhoy 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

I find it amusing that many amateur "finfluencers" on YouTube think that by putting a disclaimer at the beginning of their video's will make them immune to any legal action.

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Jordy Watson 27/12/2021 - 4:30 Chiều

The pandemic has been the best ponzi scheme ever, those that invested in pharma, laboratories and medical supplies have made a fortune, plus governments have been able to print endless cash to prop up big business while the huge majority of suckers that don't know how to legally avoid tax foot the bill for the next 20 years..

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