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Don't sell yourself short; broaden your horizons with investment inspiration from the professionals

From informative online platforms to inspiring books and podcasts, we're rounding up a list of tools to help you find the best investment advice and for your investing needs in 2021.

See also: Tatler's Guide To Protecting Your Assets

1. Motley Fool

An online community dedicated to providing investment and business advice, Motley Fool consists of a web platform, radio show, podcasts, books and members-only newsletters. The Motley Fool Money and MarketFoolery podcasts include interviews, tips and summaries of the biggest stories in business.

2. Yahoo Finance

Apps detailing movements in the stock market might be a dime a dozen, but Yahoo Finance goes one step further with its curated approach. Input the stocks you want to watch and it will use your preferences to create a customised news feed.

3. The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Investors and Managers

Originally published in 1997, this collection of essays sheds light on the investment strategies of Buffett, widely hailed as the world’s greatest investor, from lessons learned from his teachers to his years of experience. Later editions include recent shareholder letters, providing insight into his decision-making processes and best practices.

4. InvestEd

Hosted by New York Times bestselling author Phil Town and his daughter Danielle, the InvestED podcast builds off tried and tested investment strategies, using timely, real-world examples to illustrate their strengths.

5. The Intelligent Investor

Published in 1949, Benjamin Graham’s book takes readers through the process of value investing, step by step. It has even received the seal of approval from Warren Buffett, who is said to have used it to inform his investment strategy in his early years.

6. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing

John C Bogle’s sixth book chronicles simple ways to buy and retain stock at low prices, with a particular focus on index funds, as well as common obstacles to overcome, from taxes to inflation.

7. Morningstar Investment Classroom

Financial services firm Morningstar offers a wealth of information on investments, but if you’re looking to go one step further and take a deep dive into the world of wealth, its online classroom offers detailed courses on stocks, funds, bonds and more.

8. Crazy Smart Asia

In this podcast, Gen.T editor Lee Williamson speaks with the region’s innovators, change makers and social disruptors, from fintech founders growing unicorn businesses to those unlocking AI’s potential to create positive social change.

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