Whitfield asked Galileo Capital Personal Financial Advisor and Executive Director Warren Ingram to address the issue.
The share portfolio consists of companies that are building the future.
Ingram’s team made sure the portfolio contains globally recognised companies youthful investors believe in and can relate to.
It’s an aggressive, high-risk (and therefore long-term) portfolio with a fairly low-cost (1.4%).
All the companies are listed in the US.
Some companies currently held in the Galileo Next World Portfolio:
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