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Be honest. How much do you know about investing? Want to learn how the pros do it? Maybe you just need to know where to begin.

Join money expert Melissa Leong as she guides you on a six-episode journey to financial empowerment. You’ll hear from industry experts and Melissa's inner circle alike as they discuss investing do’s and don’ts, delving into the big concepts to leave you with the understanding that investing your money is really about investing in yourself.

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About Money Moves

Be honest. How much do you know about investing? Want to learn how the pros do it? Maybe you just need to know where to begin. Join money expert Melissa Leong as she guides you on a six-episode journey to financial empowerment. You’ll hear from industry experts and Melissa's inner circle alike as they discuss investing do’s and don’ts, delving into the big concepts to leave you with the understanding that investing your money is really about investing in yourself.

Melissa Leong

Melissa Leong is one of Canada’s best-loved authorities on personal finance. She’s a sought-after speaker, best-selling author and award-winning writer.She’s the author of the feel-good finance guide, Happy Go Money and is the resident money expert on Canada’s leading daytime talk show, The Social on CTV. Her articles have appeared in newspapers across the country, including as the personal finance writer for the Financial Post. She’s also a go-to money expert for radio and television programs, appearing on BNN, CBC Radio, Breakfast Television, CP24, to name a few.

Money Moves is produced by Hannah Sung with additional mix and mastering by Pippa Johnstone. Its Executive Producer is Kiran Rana. Art was created by Jeanine Brito.

This podcast is brought to you by RBC Direct Investing and RBC InvestEase.

Have a question? Email the show at podcasts@globeandmail.com.

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