Bonus Episode, Gemma Dale - Your Wealth
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I also make a podcast for the Australian Shareholders' Association called The Equity Investor Journey, although we are looking to rename it to something a little catchier. This is an episode that I recorded with Gemma Dale from Nabtrade and the Your Wealth Podcast. I thought you may enjoy our discussion and especially insights into Robin Hood trading and the contrastingly sensible investing behaviour that she has observed here in Oz. Yet again we can congratulate ourselves on being proud Aussies.


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