The importance of discipline explained

The importance of discipline explained

Posted on January 30, 2019
Individual investors tend to sell their assets low and then reenter the market when prices are high. Some weeks ago, we promised to show you how this emotion-driven behavior can hurt investors. Now the time has come: this post explains the serious consequences of not having discipline and exiting (then reentering) the market at the wrong times.  

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Analysts are optimistic about stocks this year

Analysts are optimistic about stocks this year

Posted on January 23, 2019
Investors should keep their money in stocks this year, believes the global chief investment officer of UBS. The world’s largest wealth manager says that this year keeps great opportunities for investors. There are more and more anaylsts who share this belief. Let’s see their reasonings!

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Markets started the year strong

Markets started the year strong

Posted on January 16, 2019
Stock markets had their best year kickoff since 2006. Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all started with a hike in their first 10 days of the year. We compared the data for this period between 2006 to 2019 to see how stocks usually perform at the start of the year. So far, 2019 is a success and still seems to be a great year to invest.

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2019 may be the year of investments

2019 may be the year of investments

Posted on January 13, 2019
This might be the year for investments as more and more analysts expect the markets to turn upwards soon. Although 2018 wasn’t especially kind for the markets, a turn is also expected by us. Blackstone, biggest alternative investment firm’s strategist goes as far as envisioning a 15% surge on the stock market in 2019. That would make this year a great time to (re)invest!

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Research is key to global success

Research is key to global success

Posted on January 06, 2019
Global R&D expenditure reached almost $1.7 trillion in 2017. The USA, China and Japan spent almost 50% of that sum alone. They are the biggest economies as well. It’s  not only them: 8 out of the 10 biggest economies are on the list of the greatest R&D spenders. Research and development is becoming more important than ever.

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