Lesson type: Think like an investor

The Intergenerational Conversation: How Vital is it?

In an age where it’s now easier to access financial products and information than ever before, investors are more likely to make short-term decisions against their best interests. On top of this, there seems to be a reluctance to discuss wealth and money across generations which is leading to a loss of financial literacy and a need to re-learn some basic financial truths and lessons. Jenny Josling, Managing Director, Orbis Investments (Australia), examines how intergenerational conversations add value to investors’ knowledge and long-term investment outcomes, and explains how credit cards are causing more harm than good.

This is part three of Jenny's View from the Top:

Click here for part one - Are We Entering a New Age of Accountability?

Click here for part two - Have We Reached the Tipping Point for Australian Investors?

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