AN EXPERIENCED advisor from one of Australia’s leading stockbroking, wealth management and corporate advice firms will host a special seminar in St George on Friday, October 6, aimed to help rural clients diversify their investments to “weather any storm”.

Peter Clarke, Morgans Investment Adviser, will be discussing strategies for individuals to invest in the Australian stock market with confidence in their prospects of stable growth over the long term.

Clarke, who was born in Rockhampton and grew up in Chinchilla, will be hosting the free seminar at The Australian Hotel in St George on Friday, October 6, starting at 6pm.

Anyone from around the Balonne region who is interested can RSVP to the event via THIS LINK or by clicking one of the banners within this article.

Clarke grew up in rural communities until he made his move to Brisbane to complete his Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Queensland.

He has been employed in the financial services industry with Morgans since 2010 and, for the last 8 years, has been providing share portfolio advice to clients across regional Queensland.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back out to St George and catching up with my existing clients, and meeting some new ones, to talk about the best ways manage parts of their wealth in the Australian stock market,” Clarke said.

“I pride myself on providing clear and concise advice to my clients with the goal of growing their wealth and diversifying their investment portfolios to complement their farm, business and property assets.

“Anyone in the Balonne area is invited to join us to discuss essential insights and information about investing, with a particular focus on the strategy of diversifying investments to weather any storm.

RSVP secure your spot, please follow the link here – https://www.morgans.com.au/investingwithpeter

RSVP to the event THIS LINK or by click one of the banners within this article.

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