Welcome to the third profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. This week features self-confessed ‘scaredy cat’ investors – frugal lifestyle blogging twins Jo and Leisa from Joleisa. Firstly, tell us about yourself? We are Jo and Leisa, twin 51-year-old teachers who live in Birmingham. […]
Please be aware that any form of stock market investment can go up and down over time. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial advisor before opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. Most of us would like to have more money, am I correct? It’s true that money doesn’t buy happiness but […]
Welcome to the second profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. This week features a relatively new investor of the past few months – social entrepreneur and working mother of two young boys, Jennifer Kempson. You can find Jennifer over at Mamafurfur. Firstly, tell us about […]
Welcome to the first profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. Last week I wrote about my frustrations with how men and women are spoken to about money in the media. I hope that by sharing stories from ordinary women across various walks of life […]
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