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“I like to focus on low cost DIY investing – playing the long game with ETFs. I no longer let myself feel anxious about missing out on momentary fads (think hoarding gold, purchasing big tech IPOs, etc.), but I do love reading about them.”
– Andrea Skerriff
"I tend to use Finimize as a starting point to get informed before reading the finance section of the big global news outlets or engaging in conversations in ETF and FI (Financial Independence) groups that I’m a member of. I love the Weekly Audio Briefs of what’s been happening in the markets. If there is a specific topic that comes up during the week – like a new major merger announcement or an IPO – I’ll go to the app or check the newsletter to hear what the Finimize analysts have to say about it."
"I’ll be paying closer attention to impact investing, specifically ESG themed ETFs and financial inclusion trends this year."
Andrea hosted the first in-person Community event in January 2020 in Dubai and continued to build a team that covers themes like blockchain, female investing, and financial inclusion. Follow her on LinkedIn or find her next event featured in the Upcoming Events tab of the Finimize app.
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