finder.com.au Money Podcast #22: Al Bentley from Simply Wall St takes the terror out of shares, and we introduce The Thunderdome

Marc Terrano 22 May 2017

finder.com.au money podcast episode 22

This week on the podcast we talk to Al Bentley from Simply Wall St about investing in shares and how to use the Simply Wall St platform to make it easier. Also, Adam announces The Thunderdome share picking game that he hopes will result in real world riches.

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    May 22, 2017

    re the discussion on the cost of coffee for employees of the NBN. I worked for the Australian Public Service for 37 years – coffee and tea were never provided. It amazes me that NBN Co has chosen to supply this fringe benefit to their employees and whether it may be the subject of a senate estimates hearing in the future.

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      MarcMay 23, 2017Staff

      Hi Michael!

      Thanks for the comment.

      I was pretty surprised too, and with the amount of money they’re spending on it maybe it will be more closely watched in future budget estimates. In any case hopefully the coffee speeds up the rollout of NBN services in my area!

      Thanks for listening,
      Marc.

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