We're all investors in the stock market, either directly or through our retirement plans. We're handing over management of our assets to financial advisors and fund managers. The best will look after our interests and make us wealthier. But how can we know for sure? Where are the investors' yachts? The big money on Wall Street is made by charging us fees. The finance industry is collecting for managing money, whether they win or lose or break even.Where do you go if you're completely new, but want to start learning about investing in the market yourself. The jargon is dense and it can feel like we're being kept deliberately in the dark with jargon and many confusing metrics.In Stocks for Beginners you'll hear from people in the finance industry and together we'll explain the key concepts of investing while they share their financial knowledge. More importantly, they have insights that allow us to look under the hood of the stock market, explaining how it works and what to look out for.... more
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Lots of great information. As a beginner I often have to listen twice, that’s fine with me, learning at my own pace!
Phil’s podcast has been extremely insightful. I am new to investing and he is shining a light on things I had no clue about. I really appreciate the way he takes the time to explain things in terms the novices can understand. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in stocks
This is a great educational resource for anyone looking to understand the realities of the financial markets. more
I was a recent guest on Phil’s podcast. I could tell from his questions that he had done some thorough research before the interview. I recommend this podcast to those who want to learn more about finance and investing.
Absolute hidden gem for those interested in finance, economics, and Aussie accents! Diverse and high quality content.
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