Australian Finance Podcast: Investing For ASX Dividends, Apps & Advisers


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This is The Australian Finance Podcast’s Question and Answers (Q&A) episode — hooray! In this episode Kate and Owen answer:

  • Is it wrong to invest solely for ASX dividends? Can I compound without them?
  • How do I find a good financial adviser and what should I look for?
  • How do I build a team of finance and investing experts around me?
  • What are the best investing apps for iPhone and Android?
  • Are ‘micro saving/investing’ apps a good idea?

This episode of the Australian Finance Podcast answers all that and more. To get your finance questions answered, please click on the link at the bottom of this article.

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