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Theme: Investment and the Numbers Game

In July, we dip our toes into the ocean of modern finance and investment in order to steer a course towards money mastery. “Invest in yourself,” Paul Clitheroe once advised. “Your career is the engine of your wealth.” Clitheroe has long been an active champion of financial literacy, as the host of Nine Network’s Money series for almost 10 years, and now as the Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board and Financial Literacy Australia. He’s also the Chairman and the chief commentator of Money magazine. So—as a business owner, entrepreneur, or employee, how money-literate are you? Do you know your bull from your bear? Your IPO from ETF? Volatility versus liquidity? Going long or averaging down? Can you sniff out a get rich quick or pyramid scheme from a solid long term investment? Come with us this month as we reclaim the territory from the pinot-swilling hedge fund managers. When it comes to investment—knowledge is power especially in the vast and tumultuous territory of unknown market ups and downs. To get going this financial year, why not improve your overall financial well-being and read over our beginner’s guide and practical glossary of finance-world terms. And when you know the difference between bonds, cash equivalents and alternatives, get efficient and organized in your business with these great applications. Then, join us for Insight this month with three finance experts, who’ll pilot you through the intrigue and evolution of investment in today’s rapidly changing market. And when the numbers all check out—escape the books and the thick of the winter chill right here. Want more? Stay in touch and subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

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