Retirement: learn how to make more of your investments

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No matter how savvy you think you are when it comes to investing, gaining knowledge from some of the best in the business may help you to improve your strategy and returns.

Volatility, Risk and Reward… Strategies for an uncertain world
7 – 10 August 2016, Marriott Resort and Spa Surfers Paradise

The Australian Investors Association (AIA) National Conference is only weeks away and 2016 is stacking up to be its best yet. This conference, referred to as ‘The best conference of its type on the Australian calendar’, offers education and information to enable investors to make informed decisions.

Featuring some of the most respected names in the financial industry, including Paul Bloxham, Dr Shane Oliver, Alan Kohler, Don Stammers, Marcus Padley, Julia Lees and Roger Montgomery just to name a few, this is an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge from the best, all under one roof.

To view the up to date program, visit

For more information, simply call the AIA Office on1300 555 061. If the office is unattended, please leave a message and your call will be returned.

Background: The AIA is a not for profit association that provides information and education to its members.

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Total Comments: 2
  1. 0

    Is it true that Your Life Choices wants to sponsor a number of retirees to attend this conference,with flights,accommodation and mud crabs all included 🙂

  2. 0

    I always seem to get invited each year but is it worth the cost? Works out at over $3000 from memory to attend and stay the weekend.



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