Andrew co-founded Platinum in 1994 as the Deputy Chief Investment Officer, having worked alongside Kerr for several years at Bankers Trust and perfecting the craft of.. More
Whether we like it or not, investing has become a life skill in modern economies. For millennial Australians, owning one’s home may not be the safest path to wealth growth as it once was. Andrew Clifford, CIO, gives a quick introduction to some key lessons of investing: the importance of the implied rates of return, mastering the psychological pitfalls, and the benefits of scouting globally.
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