The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield received the following question from a listener:
I am a 25-year-old male.
I’ve been working as an intern and at low ranking jobs for the past two years.
I want to start investing.
I can average R300 per month for the next eight months.
Wat are my options?
Whitfield asked Galileo Capital Personal Financial Advisor Warren Ingram to answer the question.
Ingram discussed a number of options including "EasyEquities", a platform that allows you to buy even a tiny fraction of a share at a time.
Listen to the audio below for an answer to the question.
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