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The mass media leads us to believe that sharemarket pullbacks are a bad thing. It makes sense, shares go down and everyone loses right?
What if I told you that market pullbacks aren’t that bad? In fact what if I told you that some investors can actually benefit during times of market volatility.
Read on to find out how to make money in shares.
This week I am speaking to Jeremy Kwong-Law. Jeremy is the Co-founder of BetterWealth, an online investment advisor to help Gen-Y plan out and achieve their goals. His prior experience includes 7 years in Investment Banking, and co-founding Vistr, a muru-D (Telstra’s startup accelerator) portfolio company.
Every week I will call out to my network of investors, business owners and media personalities to ask them my 2 minute Money to Wealth questions.This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Elysse Morgan presenter of The Business on ABC News24, ABC1 and on ABC Radio.
From a personal finance perspective to invest is to allocate stored energy, in the form of money, toward creating or buying an asset that will provide a return via capital gains, dividends, interests, rents or a combination thereof. A good investment will return more back to you than you invested in the first place.
Investment is the process of devoting time, energy, or resources in the hope of future benefits.
The amazing SMSF administrators from Super Fund Wholesale recently interviewed The Wealth Guy.
You can read the full interview HERE
Every week I will call out to my network of investors, business owners and media personalities to ask them my 2 minute Money to Wealth questions.
This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Lindsay David. Lindsay David is the founder of LF Economics and a co-founder of clean technology company GreenRigCo. The former strategy & business development consultant holds an MBA from IMD Business School. Lindsay is the author of “Australia: Boom to Bust“ and “Print: The Central Bankers Bubble“.