Two Cents’ Worth
Episode 66 - Riding the share market rollercoaster in the Covid-19 era

Episode 66 - Riding the share market rollercoaster in the Covid-19 era

April 3, 2020

Fortunes can be lost or made in volatile markets. Peter Griffin looks at how amateur investors are navigating these troubled waters. 

Episode 65 - Business offers a helping hand

Episode 65 - Business offers a helping hand

March 27, 2020

This week on Two Cents' Worth the team look at how Covid-19 has changed the way we work and live and what business might look like after the lock down is lifted.

Episode 64 - Covid-19’s silver lining

Episode 64 - Covid-19’s silver lining

March 20, 2020

As we face very uncertain times, the Two Cents' Worth team thought to try to find the economic positives out of the COVID-19 crisis.

Episode 63 - SPECIAL: Covid19 and the economy

Episode 63 - SPECIAL: Covid19 and the economy

March 13, 2020

Fiona Acheson from New Zealand Trade and Enterprise joins the Two Cents' Worth team to discuss the economic ramifications of the coronavirus, covid-19.

Episode 62 - The evolving e-commerce wars

Episode 62 - The evolving e-commerce wars

March 6, 2020

Trade Me has been our favourite online marketplace for nearly two decades, but serious competition is on the way.

Peter Griffen looks at our e-commerce options.

Episode 61 - The workplace perk aiming to put payday lenders out of business

Episode 61 - The workplace perk aiming to put payday lenders out of business

February 28, 2020

More than a million New Zealanders live paycheck to paycheck. Feeling terror trying to buy something two days before pay day.

New technology could be the solution.

Nikki Mandow investigates.

Episode 60 - The Chain Gang: crypto’s post-bubble potential

Episode 60 - The Chain Gang: crypto’s post-bubble potential

February 21, 2020

Peter Griffin looks past the rollercoaster ride that is cryptocurrency to find out its true potential.

Episode 59 - Think Big: The Sequel?

Episode 59 - Think Big: The Sequel?

February 14, 2020

In the '80s, "Think Big” became an insult; government spend-ups became a political no-no. Until now.

In the light of Jacinda Ardern’s $12 billion infrastructure announcement, Nikki Mandow and Bernard Hickey look at why it has taken 40 years to get over the trauma.

Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

Episode 58 - Subscription Creep

February 7, 2020

There's been a huge upswing in subscription businesses across the world and in New Zealand.

Peter Griffen looks at what that means for consumers and the economy.

Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

Episode 57 - Beetle Mania

February 3, 2020

One man’s decades-long fight to deal with New Zealand’s farm effluent problems by bringing dung beetles to New Zealand.