Rewarding the faith of mum-and-dad investors

Everyday investors often have more nous than they are given credit for. Australia must overhaul its investment culture so they can more easily support the businesses of the future.

Everyone should have a favourite great uncle. Mine, whom I mainly knew from my late teens until my early thirties, was a celebrated figure in a small town of south west England, where we spent many an evening drinking warm beer beneath a framed portrait of Margaret Thatcher at the Conservative Club. 

Not everyone’s idea of fun, granted, but to watch Uncle George work the room was something to behold. Everyone knew him, everyone liked him, and I’m pretty sure everyone owed him something. 


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