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In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate & Owen chat to fellow podcaster Phil Muscatello about his investing experiences since starting his podcast series called Shares of Beginners. We dive into some of Phil's share investing mistakes and lessons that he's learned from both personal experiences and from the great range of guests he's interviewed.
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