Financial Advice Archive

What are the most important things in retirement?

What are the most important things in retirement?

Posted on December 16, 2018
During this time of the year we think about the future more. Pension is one of the most important things when it comes to our future. Planning it as best as we can has a high importance, too. Especially when pension systems have serious problems around the world. We have some tips on what to focus on when planning ahead.

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Is money endless?

Is money endless?

Posted on November 18, 2018
A new economic theory believes that states can have infinite money. Followers also believe that we shouldn’t care about national debts anymore, as long as a country have a strong economy and a proper supply and demand. Could this be true? Let’s see what Modern Monetary Theory is all about!

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Revenue, market cap, brand value – what is the difference?

Revenue, market cap, brand value – what is the difference?

Posted on November 04, 2018
Revenue, market capitalization and brand value. We read about these things almost every day. They are all mentioned when talking about the success (or failure) of companies, but why are they so different? We explain all of them and their connection through the example of Apple, the biggest (public) company.

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Why does the exchange rate change?

Why does the exchange rate change?

Posted on September 23, 2018
Exchange rates fluctuate all the time as they are a natural part of the economy. Still, sometimes it might be hard to understand why prices move around. We collected the most common reasons behind these changes to help you understand the markets better.

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How do pros protect their investments?

How do pros protect their investments?

Posted on September 09, 2018
Investment and wealth protection aren’t only important for everyday investors. Even billionaires do it, so they can keep their wealth as safe as possible. What can we learn from the legendary investors? Let’s see!

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