S&P 500 had its best kick-off in 30 years

S&P 500 had its best kick-off in 30 years

Posted on March 06, 2019
After an outstanding January, bull market went on in February, leading S&P 500 to gain 11.1% in just two months. This is the index’s best performance since 1987. What’s more, historical data shows that when January and February gained, S&P 500 mostly have a positive year, often with a double-digit rise.

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Why do people lose money on trading?

Why do people lose money on trading?

Posted on February 27, 2019
Have you ever heard stories about self-appointed brokers losing the savings of their clients with day-trading? So did we, and the internet is also full of these stories. Why is trading so much more risky than portfolio management? Especially with non-professional self-made brokers? We have the answers for you!

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US stocks won the last decade

US stocks won the last decade

Posted on February 20, 2019
US-based stocks beat every other instrument in the last 10 years. Small, medium and large cap shares performed especially good: they had a return between 13-15% in the last decade. Commodities and international stocks on the other hand were not so lucky. See all the performance numbers in one chart!

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The not so luxurious life of frugal billionaires

The not so luxurious life of frugal billionaires

Posted on February 13, 2019
Frugal billionaires. That’s the expression for the people with great wealth who still live a penny-pinching life. Warren Buffett has a simple home in Omaha. Mark Zuckerberg wears t-shirts and jeans. Ingvar Kampard had a 20-year-old Volvo. They don’t live a luxurious life and many applaud them for it. But the subject has a twist ending.

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S&P 500 had its best January since 1987

S&P 500 had its best January since 1987

Posted on February 06, 2019
S&P 500 had its best January ever since 1987. The stock index gained almost 8% in just one month. This gain is connected to the Federal Reserve’s patience regarding the rate decisions. In the meantime, more and more analysts believe that the US economy is healthy at the moment, and further advancements on the stock markets are possible.

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