Here's what we do at The Money Pal

The Money Pal won’t teach you how to get rich quickly. In fact, it will do the exact opposite. We will teach you how to get rich slowly through the creation of a dependable stream of cash flow and capital appreciation when measured over the long term. But how exactly will we teach you to get rich slowly? Well, the answer to that is simple. Through the greatest wealth builder of all time, AKA, The Stock Market, or as we like to call it, the place where money goes to work.

Here to make investing wisdom go viral 📢

The Money Pal is an Aussie Investing blog that's all about making investing wisdom go viral by providing everyday people with actionable insights and tips. Investing is a topic that is hidden away, rarely addressed in Schools and Universities, creating a gaping void in our financial education.

Written content prepared by investors, for investors 📝

The Money Pal is here to fill the void in our financial education by providing relevant, accessible, and practical information on taking care of your money and growing wealth slowly through investing in the stock market. In a world immersed in information and starving for wisdom, our goal is to provide you with the golden nuggets of knowledge to help you make the most of your money.

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Content Contributors

Get to know our writers.

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Jesse Amato

Founder & Writer

Hi, I'm Jesse, but you can call me Jes for short (that's what my mates call me). My passion is simple, I'm on a mission to make the world of investing easily understood by removing the ‘too hard basket’ stigma that surrounds it. My investing journey kicked off in 2015, after I dusted off a copy of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ from my Dad’s old bookshelf. As Mr. Kiyosaki says, “Rich people acquire assets.” So as any impressionable 19 year old who only knew that assets were good and liabilities were bad would do, I listened to a mate who mentioned that ASX:SGH have nosedived from $8 to $1.30, and are looking real juicy. Nowadays my brokerage fee exceeds the value of my ‘asset’ after copping a 99% loss. Since then I managed to dust myself off and have become an avid follower of financial markets and intend's to continue adding to my financial toolbelt. I'm a firm believer that despite one's appetite for effort or risk, the practice of investing is something we can all implement into our lives.

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Christian Longhitano


Hi, I'm Christian, unlike Jes, i'm fine with Christian. I'd prefer to stick with what my Mamma gave me if you know what I mean. I'm a passionate and devoted financial writer. My love for finance originated during my time at University where I studied business, economics, and finance extensively. I'm keen on consistently improving my knowledge on investing and personal finance, whilst also making the topic more of a prominent talking point amongst Millenials. I'm in my happy place having a yarn about all things finance, current affairs, and his beloved Collingwood FC over a few independently owned craft beers.

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Books 📚

It's no secret that reading more books than the average person is a habit shared by the world's most successful people. Take Bill Gates for example, who reads up to 50 books a year! Warren Buffett is also an avid reader, reading up to 5-6 hours per day. Buffett aligns the benefits of accumulating knowledge with the compound interest effect, it builds up over time. Here are a few of our favourite books on finance and mindset to kickstart you on your money journey.

What Our Readers Are Saying..

  • "Such an important area that not nearly enough people have enough knowledge in. The Money Pal is a great resource for people wanting to get a taste for investing. Keep it up!"

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  • "It’s so refreshing to have easy to read and understandable financial knowledge now at my fingertips! They don’t teach the importance of personal finance in schools and I’m so glad I’ve stumbled across the Money Pal, which gives me a good dose of vital and free financial info, without the need for a degree or course!"

    Emily D.

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