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27/05/202010 mins

[Video] ‘Money… what’s it all about?’ – with Iona Bain, Young Money Blog

Money is fundamental to all our lives, yet it is something that we often seem to know ‘most’ and ‘least’ about. Especially in these extraordinary times, it’s a topic that everyone should have a handle on and one that is always worth revisiting. Our 3-part video series looks at the evolution and importance of money, its management, and how investors might patiently weather the vagaries of the stockmarket. It will take you on an enjoyable journey, investigating how the pound in the pocket is related to the actions of global central banks.

Part 1: Take a short trip through the history of money…

Part 2: And what’s culture got to do with it?

Part 3: Are financial crises inevitable?

Please remember that past performance may not be repeated and is not a guide for future performance. The value of shares and the income from them can go down as well as up as a result of market and currency fluctuations.

Please note that SIT Savings Ltd is not authorised to provide advice to individual investors and nothing in this article should be considered to be or relied upon as constituting investment advice. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment, you should contact your financial advisor.

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