Power Move is all about investing - but not in a scary way. In a way that makes really good sense and that will make you feel smart and confident to boot.
In this three part series, Nine News Reporter Alice Monfries speaks to the experts to find out everything there is to know to take that first step in investing and why investing is so important for women.
Power Move is a Future Women podcast in partnership with Vanguard and is produced by Fancy Films.
1. Investing 101
Investing basics, why women need to invest and the four key principles of investing.
2. From clueless to confident with money
How Molly went from being "not very good with money" to a confident investor.
3. Myth busting and taking that first step
Rachel busts a few investing myths and and talks through the steps to start investing.
Introducing Power Move
Power Move is all about investing - but not in a scary way.
Introducing There's No Place Like Home season two
When it comes to domestic and family violence, it’s easy to feel helpless. But did you know that more than half of family violence victim-survivors open up to family and friends for help first?*
Whether you’re worried about your own relationship, or you’re a friend, family member or a colleague - knowing subtle signs and red flags can make a big difference.
Episode 1 of There’s No Place Like Home season two is now live. Episodes drop weekly.
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If you have experienced or at risk of domestic and family violence and/or sexual assault, you can call the national counselling service 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). In an emergency, or if you are not feeling safe, always call the police on 000.
There’s No Place Like Home is a Future Women podcast in collaboration with our proud partner, Commonwealth Bank, who are committed to helping end financial abuse through CommBank Next Chapter. No matter who you bank with, if you’re worried about your finances because of domestic and family violence, you can contact CommBank’s Next Chapter Team on 1800 222 387 within Australia or visit commbank.com.au/nextchapter.
*Source: ANROWS. (2022). Transforming responses to intimate partner and sexual violence: Listening to the voices of victims, perpetrators, and services.
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To the point advice suitable for all types of people
This podcast provides easy to understand advice in a friendly and relaxed environment. I’m looking forward to investing now instead of worrying about it.
This podcast is good regardless of whether you can save money or not; whether you’re new to your career or you’ve been in the game a while; and whether you’re male or female.
I don’t feel patronised by this podcast the way that I normally do when receiving advice on how to save money.
Clear, Inspiring & Actionable
Thank you for creating this podcast with it's clear, inspiring and actionable message. Women are capable and wonderful, yet we need Financial Literacy and Financial Independence. This podcast is a big step on the way to creating both. Thank you so much.
Professional Women often suffer from Imposter Syndrome, and becoming Financially Literate will help bust this energy draining Syndrome. xBelinda
The perfect introduction to investing.
Another great podcast from Future Women. Informative and inspiring. Off to open an account!