NZ Everyday Investor
If you’re starting to think more about your financial future, have your KiwiSaver sorted, and now want to build the rest of your investment portfolio, then this is for you!
We’re living in an age where an oat milk company is worth billions, meat made from plants is replacing meat from animals, and electric vehicles are becoming the norm. Everyday ‘mum and dad’ investors can access the share markets through an app on their phone, people can invest in a pixel on the internet (NFTs), and celebrities can cause a share price to drop by billions with a single tweet.
We’ve separated the maestros from munters in our definitive guide of NZ’s best podcasts covering money matters.
With impressive market performance and the rise in platforms like Sharesies, it’s not surprising that more people are investing their money. But what happens when people start investing in things simply because it's trending? Welcome to the topic of FOMO investing...
Our Founder, Rupert Carlyon, sits down with Darcy Ungaro from the NZ Everyday Investor Podcast to talk about Passive vs Active investing, and what you need to know about them…
So you hear talk of interest rates in the news, especially right now as they sit at record lows. But what do they really mean for you? Here’s your guide to making the most of your money while rates are low
You don't have to search far and wide to find articles about the imminent stock market crash.
With record low-interest rates, the traditional adage of pay down your mortgage before you start thinking about investing needs some serious consideration.
The limelight of the share market in January 2021 was the astronomical rise of GameStop shares, fuelled by retail investors from the Reddit forum 'wallstreetbets'.
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