Continuing my delve into the deepest depths of the MeaningfulMoney archives. This week I’m pulling out an episode from July 2014 which was responding to an iTunes reviewer gently accusing me of not fully justifying my general advice that for most people, it is better to invest in funds rather than directly into shares. It’s an important point, and worth revisiting I reckon…
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Shares vs Funds
I think it’s such an important message to get across. I’m very aware that it might seem self-serving to push the idea of funds rather than shares, for reasons I go into in the body of the show. But I think there are far more reasons for ordinary people to invest this way, and again I cover those in depth. Hopefully it’s a balanced view!
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Resources mentioned in this episode
Podcast: Session 10 – Asset Classes
Podcast: Session 54 – Investing in Shares
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