Nick Hubble is a feature Editor of The Markets and Money and editor of The Money for Life Letter.

Having gained degrees in Finance, Economics and Law from the prestigious Bond University, Nick completed an internship at probably the most famous investment bank in the world, where he discovered what the financial world was really like.

He then brought his youthful enthusiasm and energy to Port Phillip Publishing, where, instead of telling everyone about the Markets and Money, he started writing for it.

Nick has spent the last three years discovering lots of new, exciting and surprisingly simple ways to generate money for retirement.

He’s put all these ideas into his investment publication The Money for Life Letter.

Some are investments that work with what he calls ‘money trends’ in the economy. Others don’t involve the stock market at all.

But all of Nick’s ideas have the very real potential to put tens of thousands of extra dollars into your retirement fund— using money you have now.

He’s also found ways to save money too — on everyday items, bills, and other expenses. Saving that doesn’t involve scraping by on the bare minimum or cutting back on the things you love.

But most importantly, his ideas are designed to help you live like a millionaire in retirement without any of the big price tags.

Plus if you’re after sharp, insightful commentary on the state of the global or local economy — and the financial markets in general, then Nick has much to share with you.

To hear Nick’s take on the financial world each week, take out a free subscription to the Markets and Money here.

And if you want to retire rich, happy and free from money worries, you can take out a 30-day trial subscription to The Money for Life Letter here.

Official websites and financial eletters Nick writes for:

Markets and Money
The Money for Life Letter
Money Morning Australia

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