Welcome to the Wealth 101 series! In this series we will be exploring issues, concepts, and strategies you will need to understand in order to achieve financial success. In each post we will be tackling a different topic starting with the basics and progressing to the more advanced.
This series is about educating people to be financially literate, which is an essential life skill yet is neglected by the school system. Mastering financial literacy will fast track you to financial freedom.
Though financial literacy is a primary focus we will touch on other subjects that also essential to building wealth successfully. We will be releasing more blogs, videos, diagrams, graphs, podcasts, and anything to assist you in your understanding of money and investing.
I look forward to taking you on this journey and sharing the secrets of financial success with everyone.
2017 is drawing to a close and we wish you all the very best good fortune of the season. Thank you for being part of our journey in 2017. May this summertime solstice be a peaceful one for you and your loved ones.
During 2017, Australia took the record for the longest period without a recession – 26 years. The signs are strong that 2018 will continue this great run. This record run is a combination of good luck and good management. So, we thought we would end the year by listing out lots of other lucky things about living in Australia. These ‘facts’ have all been sourced from the Internet, so you can be absolutely sure that they are reliable.
Australia has three times as many sheep as people;
There are also more kangaroos than people in Australia;
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the world record jump by a kangaroo is held by an Australian. The record is 9 metres;
This record may or may not have been held by the largest kangaroo ever seen. This kangaroo was also an Australian a...