NZ Everyday Investor
You want to start the new year out right – but not sure where to start? It can feel a little bit overwhelming when you start to take those first steps in your financial planning - but we’re here to help make it a little bit easier for you by listing 10 helpful tips that help cover some of the things you should know!
2021 has been another amazing year in the markets as of 21 December, global share markets are up 18% and amazingly, volatility remains at relatively low levels. This is a very different outcome from what we expected at the start of the year, but there are some great lessons to take forward into your investing journey.
Check out some of our favourite finance and economics podcasts (yes, they really do exist)Reading a finance book isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, so thankfully Aotearoa has a whole heap…
Is taking control of your finances on your list of New Year's resolutions for 2022? Then you’ll want to make these books your first port of call! We get it,…
core-satellite investment strategy; what is it and should you follow it? So you understand the fundamentals around investing, like your investment horizon and risk appetite, maybe you’ve also dabbled in…
Investing in Bull markets vs Bear markets Understanding the differences between these two market conditions, what to look out for when investing, and how they relate to your KiwiSaver account…
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.
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