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The most successful investment lessons are learned at the school of hard knocks

Our education system fails to teach young people how and why they should invest their earnings. Dealing in equities can be tough, but you don’t have to be a genius

19th August, 2018

‘There are four ways you can come by money: earn it, print it, borrow it, or marry it. The Right Honourable gentleman has had experience of all four.” So said the late great Margaret Thatcher about the British Labour minister and millionaire Harold Lever when she was opposition leader back in the 1970s.

But, however we come by our money, we all need to save and invest to protect our future especially as...

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