About Money King NZ
Most people want to invest and grow their money, but many don’t know how. This was especially true for me when beginning my investment journey, as most resources related to overseas investors rather than the New Zealand market. My investment portfolio was 100% invested in low returning term deposits and Bonus Bonds as I didn’t know what else to do with my money – Until one day I decided to take a punt and guess my way through investing in the NZ sharemarket.
Since then I have learnt a lot about investing. I’ve made some money, made mistakes, and lost some money along the way. I’ve now been a self-taught and self-directed investor for almost 5 years, investing in shares, bonds, peer-to-peer lending, funds, term deposits, KiwiSaver, equity crowdfunding, and even cryptocurrency. My ultimate goal is to develop an investment portfolio that will allow me to achieve financial independence.
With Money King NZ, I’m here to share my knowledge, experiences, and honest opinions about investing with you. This site aims to help you with your investment journey with helpful, honest, and reliable articles on investing and personal finance, with a focus on the New Zealand market. I hope you enjoy the content here, and if you want to follow the site or get in touch, please see the details below.
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I read Kelvin’s article and it was very practical and very easy to understand. It would be helpful for those who want to invest in some assets in New Zealand, in addition to saving money. As the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad says, the only way to really get out of the rat race is to buy assets, not get into debt, and get money to work for us.Shawn
I thought [your posts] had a good amount of detail. Easy to read but still informative.Reddit user
It’s awesome that there’s more information on the NZ market, keep up the good work!Reddit user