Big Tips: Learning how to change your lifestyle, money, and investing can involve finding good books and other publications, TV shows, websites and more. Here are some well known ones to get you started.
Finding transparent, independent sources (affiliations and potential biases) is a great start, try:
- The Australian Independent Media Network (AIMN) They say: “is a platform for citizen journalists and bloggers to write and engage in an independent media environment.”
- Ground News, They say: “[is] a platform that makes it easy to compare news sources, read between the lines of media bias and break free from algorithms.
BiG’s Two part series “Analysing and Fact Checking Information” will help you see biases and help you fact check
Mainstream media – TV/Internet/Newspapers
7 Yahoo Finance ‘Our experts‘ – Peter Switzer, David Koch, Michael Pascoe, Michael Yardney, Peter Boehm, Aaron Lynch, John Abernethy, Andrew Page, David Taylor, Karina May, Simon Boulton, Marcus Padley, Louise Bedford, Bruce Jackson, Magdy Marcos, Julia Lee, Dr John Demartini, Donna Brond, Ben Stein, Robert Kiyosaki, James Ramsay, Richard Quest, Kathy Lien
9 ninemsn (and Financial Review Sunday) Areas they cover:
- Share market investing
- Loans and credit
- Managing money and tax
- Super and planning
- Selling online
- Customer service
- Sales and marketing
News.com.au: Finance, Money, Investing