DFA Live Q&A HD Replay: Tony Locantro – Year In Review And Ahead 2022

December 22, 2022

This is an edited version of my recent live discussion with Investment Manager Tony Locantro from Alto Capital in Perth as we reflect on the year that was, and what is coming in 2023. Plenty more Locantro Bingo…

We fixed up the audio glitch which was on the live version https://youtu.be/9E4XqabXhzM

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  1. It’s not up to RBA, it’s up to US FED!

  2. It takes a top guy to state he is 50% down. Tony’s no bullshit straight up approach is very refreshing thank you guys.

  3. Live by the market, die by the market.

  4. Have a great Christmas, Martin and Tony. Thank you for Tony’s sharing. I appreciate his reminder to take responsibility for our financial decisions and the importance of relationships and health.

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    호주 태즈메이니아 카라반 캠핑 December 22, 2022 at 6:28 pm

    Only reason we are better than other countries, we have a lot of fools believe in the market.. Its a religious belief system.. Hence, when the trust is broken, we will fall harder..

  6. can anybody let me know if my comment can be seen…. i am having trouble with YT and my comments disappearing after posting, thanks.

  7. 2022 was always going to be volatility.. start of every decade theres recession

  8. There's some dangerous interest rate predictions there.
    CBA has rates going up by just 0.25% more. That's it.
    That's going to cause property to boom, and Simon Pressley from Propertyology to be right.
    The bullish Michael Yardley, and DR Andrew Wilson will be right.

    Property is horrifyingly dangerous.
    It's supposed to be shelter, but is in fact Australia's most successful investment vehicle.
    Make sure not to be homeless by not understanding this.

  9. agree 100% with Tony that 99% of everything in life is BS!!

  10. Chris Joye predicts 40% house falls!

  11. Blame: Well it's always the individual's fault, but geez the RBA and gov did the wrong thing by ppl to do everything they could to incentivise them to borrow too much. In housing it's particularly UNFAIR because shelter is needed for ppl, and more importantly families. It's tough out there. I chose not to leverage into last year, but I have been lucky with my rental. Pressure builds with families with kids in school, jobs etc tying you somewhere. When it comes to ppl just buying investments at high leverage, I have no sympathy. They should get no support because they caused the pressure on families.

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    The Optimistic Realist December 22, 2022 at 6:28 pm

    The market's been bad for those who don't know what they're doing.
    Small caps trading is little better than going to a casino

  13. Very refreshing viewpoints and attitudes. Bearish on most things at the moment and that is ok. That's me

  14. “Roy” lived at the end of my street!

    The Townsville floods of 2019 decimated me.

  15. Tony is 100% on the money as always thank you 🙏 😊😊🙏😊🙏straight shooter no bull shit love you honestly mate 🙏🙏🙏🙏

  16. Tony sounds like he has been kicked in the balls repeatedly. No surprise when you are spruiking penny stocks in high risk sectors.

  17. Good show. Merry Christmas

  18. Interesting to see a balanced view with both losses and profits accepted as reality. If politicians used this language and accepted reality instead of fake optimism, I'd trust them more

  19. Tony fk these Bio and pharmaceutical companies. Look what they have done over the last few years. If your scared of death then I guess you haven't lived right. Real commodities are where the true value will be if the Australian government doesn't taxe it to much and or sale out the Australian public.
    Brics is coming and that's a fact.
    Australian needs to wake up to that and step away from US government policies

  20. Tony has hundreds of clients who invest in SPECULATIVE shares so I can't imagine how hard it would be dealing them on a daily basis. I think he should put together a SPEC sentiment index based on how depressed or overjoyed his clients feel

  21. I'm genuinely surprised Tony has heard of Hex and Richard Heart let alone gives him a mention. Richard is a very smart marketing man. Not only promoting himself on YouTube and Twitter, but also will have 'The Highest of Stakes" movie premiering in 2023 and will be setting up the Richard Heart museum somewhere in Europe.

    I've commented here before that Adam Stokes is the most reputable person in crypto.

    If you want to know the smartest man in crypto, that would be Richard Heart.

    Richard called the Bitcoin top (second cycle in a row) and teaches the fundamentals of crypto – eg. not your keys, not your crypto – get a hardware wallet and store your crypto on there rather than centralised exchanges, you'd know NFTs are just a serial number loosely related to a JPG which may or may not be hosted on the internet and he also will have taught that leverage in crypto gets you wrecked, for just a taste.

    And if you invested in Hex which is the cryptocurrency Richard created (a superior alternative to a certificate of deposit for long term investors imo) at the bottom and sold at the top, you could in theory have done in excess of 10,000x on your investment, before staking.

    Richard may also be the best person in crypto because not only did he offer Hex for free to all Bitcoin holders at launch, but he is also making every free copies of any Ethereum and Ethereum based tokens/assets on PulseChain which he is likely to launch in 2023. So those holding eg. Hex or Shiba Inu for example as ERC20 tokens will get free copies on PulseChain. For those who don't like Richard or don't like PulseChain (a fork of Ethereum with cheaper transaction fees and faster transactions) they are more than welcome to sell.

    One prediction, and I could well be wrong. But I wouldn't be at all surprised if on paper Richard by 2025 was the world's wealthiest man. With the success of Hex already, and with PulseChain and PulseX launching likely in 2023, with likely a Metamask alternative to be his next project in the pipeline, he is likely going to become a household name in a few years time and those who got in earliest into his projects may well in the next few years time be among the big winners in crypto.

  22. Looks like everyone is thinking cash is king in 2023. But in which currency??? Can the Australian Dollar fall another 5-15% against the US Dollar in the next 12 months??

  23. The stupidity of the housing and stock market is of no concern to me, its self inflicted. The war is a problem because your house gets blown up or you die and wtf does it have to do with you?
    WAR what is it good for? Absolutely nothin, it aint nothin but a heartbreak. Friendly only to the undertaker. Edwin Starr.

  24. I always watch Tony for his hilarious analogizes, always males me laugh.

  25. hahaha I enjoy my own company and any family that will still talk to me ! Thats gold Tony and i can relate 🙂

  26. Tone and his crystal balls.

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    𝗚𝗜𝗥𝗟𝗦𝟰.𝗫𝗬𝗭 December 22, 2022 at 6:28 pm


  28. i use tony as a market indicator. he bought his house @ the peak and when he starts selling , ill buy

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