The Inside Word is an interview series designed to equip you with a wealth of investing wisdom from the best and brightest investment minds I can find.
Questions for each article are tailored to suit each guest, so you can gain the most from each interview. The Inside Word Interviews will discuss everything from interviewees investing stuff ups, successes, strategies and tips for beginner investors without any experience.
As Jim Rohn once said, “It’s important to learn from your mistakes, but it is BETTER to learn from other people’s mistakes, and it is BEST to learn from other people’s successes. It accelerates your own success.”
That’s what the inside word is all about. To give you access to the people who’ve been there, done that so you can take away all of their wisdom without having to make their mistakes.
In my fourth instalment of The Inside Word, I had an awesome virtual chat with Zac Lauder, AKA The True Blue Investor. Something About Zac Zac is a young bloke from the Gold Coast, Australia. For as long as he can remember, he’s had a mind that’s all over the place like a mad dog’s breakfast, […]Read More
In my third instalment of The Inside Word, I had an insightful virtual chat with the lovely Phil Muscatello. Phil interview’s industry experts through his podcast, Shares for Beginners so investing newbies can learn what to do, what to ask and, ideally, how not to lose money in the share market. In this edition of […]Read More
In my second instalment of The Inside Word, I had the pleasure of chatting with Nick Nicolaides, Co-Founder of Pearler. Nick has had a +10 year career in corporate finance and investment management, working at big instos as well as family offices. It was in the family office world where the idea that community was […]Read More
Disclaimer: The content of this interview are the sole personal views of the interviewee and in no way reflect the opinions, policy or practice of their respective place of employment and its employees. This is inclusive of any insights and views relating to investments, processes, and values. These also do not constitute as personal advice […]Read More