Should I Invest in One Lump Sum or Spread the Investment?
Investing is one of the most effective ways to multiply your wealth over time. However, when it comes to putting money in, there are two main approaches that investors can take: regular investing and a lump sum deposit. Many of us wonder which approach can give us the best returns and ideally limit the riskiness of our investment.Read more
Markets once again demonstrate the power of diversification
Diversification is absolutely essential in the world of investing. Spreading your money widely protects you from the downfalls of a particular investment and allows you to capture the growing parts of the market. But is broad diversification worth it in times of stagnant markets? Or is it a surefire way to achieve below-average returns these days?Read more
Just keep buying, or a review of the financial bestseller
Is investing simple? Certainly simpler than many think. I got reassured of this by Nick Maggiulli and his "Just Keep Buying" In fact, it is worth buying. The book itself, as well as the shares.Read more
Which is more important: saving or investing?
It is said that investing is the key to financial success. In our pursuit of wealth, we often spend a lot of time trying to find the investment that will give us the highest rate of return. Meanwhile, it turns out that we may be looking in the wrong direction....Read more
S&P 500 Index - What Is It?
When talking about the economy and investing, experts often cite the performance of the S&P 500 index. What exactly is it? How does it work? And why is it so important? You can learn the answers in this article.Read more
Is My Money Safe in the Bank?
In recent weeks, people's confidence in the banking system has been shaken by the collapse of some major US banks and the second largest Swiss bank, Credit Suisse. What should you do if you are worried about your bank deposits? Is your fear justified?Read more
Things You Learn When You're Young... How to Handle Finances in College?
Are you entering the student years of your life? Or are you still deciding where to go to "college" as graduation approaches? In addition to the looming exams, there may be some expenses that are putting wrinkles on your forehead. But don't stress, we've put together a few tips that will make the stereotype of the financially ruined student a stranger to you.Read more
Top 8 Books on Investing.... and more
There's never enough knowledge. This also applies to finance, so we present our list of the 10 best books on investing. These readings will help you better understand both the market and yourself, which means making better investment decisions over the long term. Enjoy your reading!Read more