Around 7 weeks ago, we launched Sharesies in private beta. This meant that people would register on our website and then wait for an invite before getting started. We're excited to have moved out of private beta today.
We spoke to investor Sam Fernando, who started his investment journey on Sharesies!
We caught up with Kiwibank Chief Economist, Zoe Wallis, who shared what an investment horizon is, and why it’s important to know yours.
You may have heard people talk about ‘Economies of scale’ (or maybe you haven’t). Either way, we’re going to explain what it is, and the impact this can have on the economy.
Tick-tock, time is money! Brooke explains how 'compound interest' can help you set up your future-self up for success.
Sharesies CEO Brooke Roberts shares how she beats the boring budget and better manages her money.
We interviewed over 200 people and only 5 chose an option to save or invest $50. But all of them said they want to invest. So we started Sharesies to give someone with $50 the same investment opportunities as someone with $50,000.
We caught up with TradeMe CFO Caroline Rawlinson who found a creative way to buy her first shares as a University student.
We talked with 23-year old Paralympic star Liam Malone, currently in the USA, who shares how he started investing.
We spoke with property developer and share enthusiast Kurt Gibbons to get his take on investing and buying a house in today's market.
When Leighton Roberts finished high school, he started an investment club with his mates, putting away $50 a week. He shares how it's going 11 years later.
We caught up with Kiwibank Chief Economist, Zoe Wallis, who shared some of the weird and wonderful tricks our minds can play on us when it comes to money, and how we can overcome them.