'Deeksie' and Kaye present Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 22

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In episode 22 of Mind Your Own Retirement, Kaye returns to join Deeksie for a chat with Russell Markham, who has some tips on how to read the stock market, when to buy and when to sell shares and the best types of shares for retirees to choose. He also shares the special ingredient for finding shares that deliver growth and dividends and a tool that can help you find them.

Russell has more than 20 years commercial experience in financial analysis, marketing, education and training and has been helping retirees with stock selection and trading plan optimisation for the last nine years.

Find out more about VectorVest, call 1800383782, visit at www.vectorvest.com.au or follow VectorVest on Facebook

Health guru and personal trainer Maryanne Xavier joins the crew next, to discuss strength and fitness training for older adults. Maryanne is a specialist in training older bodies and her tips will help you set and achieve your fitness goals, strengthen your body, increase your range of movement and get your balance back. She outlines simple ways to do this at home as well as some common exercise traps to avoid.

Find out more about Maryanne at www.liv4fitness.com.au or follow her on Facebook

Sally Hammond has your dream job. A food and travel writer for 30 years, Sally joins us to speak about the best destinations for affordable food travel as well as a few surprising places you may never had thought as culinary hotspots. She talks about her Paddy to Plate adventure in Thailand, why you should get off the beaten track to find good food and wine, and how to spot safe street food.

Find out more about Sally at www.foodandtravel.com.au or follow her on Facebook

And don’t forget to leave a comment below about your ideal bucket list trip for your chance to win a copy of Lee Atkinson’s new book The Definitive Bucket List.

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    So how do we read the stockmarket?

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    So how do we read the stockmarket?



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