By Louise Goodwin
31 March 2010
Smart investing doesn’t have to involve big spending and risks, says Wai-Yee Chen.
Chen – head of Asian Derivatives Desk at RBS Morgans, Sky Business reporter, author of OptionsWise how to invest sensibly and mother of three – says investing should be considered a lifestyle choice.
“People think investing is about being exposed to the ups-and-downs, which can be the case when you buy direct shares,”Chen of Wahroonga says in her book.
“But it can also be a consistent, stable part of life if you take a sensible approach to money management.”
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