Shooting the lights out on the first day may feel good, but at the end of weeks of cycling – or decades of investing – that first day will have little impact on the final result.
Sandra is worried about retirement. What if the money runs out? She’s probably worrying for nothing, says Paul Clitheroe.
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For a 30-year-old earning $80,000, with little in the way of surplus funds and possibly a sizeable HELP debt, it’s easy to feel financially stuck.
Acorns Grow Australia is a micro-investing product that lets you invest virtual “chump change”, but convenience comes at a cost.
Dee has put aside money for her grandkids but says they are too young to be handed thousands of dollars. Paul Clitheroe advises where to invest in the meantime.
Has the tide turned such that even the strongest in funds management will struggle to make any progress?