Wealth Know How

Wealth Know How, Australia’s first independent video-based website focused exclusively on wealth creation education, has been launched to support investors at all stages of life grow their wealth through financial education.

The website, through quick, easy-to-understand videos, will initially cover areas of keen interest to investors, including self managed superannuation funds (SMSFs), shares, property, and managed funds.

New videos http://viagra24onlinepharmacy.com/ will be continually added to include topics such as banking and fixed interest products and broader market commentary. The videos will be an ongoing reference and education source for all Australian investors.

The Wealth Know How service is free to all users.

The writer and presenter of the first four series of videos is James Dunn, a veteran personal finance journalist who was the inaugural editor of Shares Magazine and a former editor of the Australian newspaper’s Wealth section.

The video channel is the brainchild of George Lucas, managing director of the boutique fund manager Instreet Investment and casino online Phaedon Vass, a media, entertainment and online executive with 25 years’ experience with organisations such as the ABC, Foxtel and Macquarie Bank.

Both firmly believe there is strong consumer demand for accessible financial education delivered via the Internet.

Vass say: “The fact is many Australians are seeking to improve their financial literacy and are increasingly bypassing traditional sources of information to do their research before making important financial decisions. Clearly they’re increasingly going online before buying a financial service or product.

“The challenge for investors going online is that much of the information available is fragmented, often heavily text based, or is clearly aligned with issuers and or service providers. With the immense pressure on people’s time video is the answer.”

“We strongly believe that Wealth Know How will become the trusted destination for consumers seeking easy to understand knowledge on wealth creation.”

Lucas levitra professional med says: “The focus will be on themes and issues (there will be no product endorsements), with an initial emphasis on SMSF trustees and DIY investors.

“All of our videos will be quick, easy to follow, and focus on the issues most important to investors. The Wealth Know How website is easy to navigate with the ability to customise content to our users’ needs.

“It is important to have a vision for your future, but its knowledge not dreams that will ultimately deliver financial success. Wealth Know How will help build investors’ knowledge of investment concepts so they can design a strategy suited to their objectives.”

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