“The best investment I’ve ever made cost me $10”
As well as his cover story Why Negative Gearing Still Works featuring in October’s edition of Money Magazine, Bryce also appears in The Hot Seat! In this one-pager, Bryce explains how flipping burgers for his first job taught him negotiation tactics and why the best investment decision he’s ever made only cost him $10!! As you might be able to tell from the picture, this $10 purchase was, yep, a cassette tape:
“[I bought] a cassette tape from my university bookshop in 1993 called How to be a Winner by Zig Ziglar. I was 18 at the time and at a very impressionable point in my life, and it set me on the path to continued personal development and self-education, which has served me very well with my investing a business life since. Best $10 I’ve ever spent!” Bryce in Money Magazine
Click on the image to find more answers to these questions:
- What was your first job?
- What’s the best money advice you’ve ever received?
- What’s the worst?
- What is your favourite thing to splurge on?
- If you had $10,000 where would you invest it?
- What would you do if you only had $50 in your bank account?
- Do you intend to leave an inheritance?
- What more can be done to improve housing affordability?
- Finish this sentence: money makes …