Finance is full of jargon. If you do a quick online search for “investing terms” you’ll find everything from “quadruple witching” to “xenocurrency”.
We’ve decided to go back to school and give you the ABCs on the investing terms we believe are the most important for you to understand. It’s not exhaustive, and rather than put filler we’re skipping some of the letters. But after reading this post, you’ll have a better understanding of the terms we float around. Continue reading “The ABCs (mostly) of investing”
Researching all the available options for you as a first-time investor is a critical step that shouldn’t be missed. Even if you end up paying a third party to manage your investments, you will need to understand how they will invest on your behalf and what to expect from them.
Investment funds such as exchange traded funds (ETFs) and index funds are a popular choice for those new to investing. Learn more about how they work, their advantages and disadvantages so that you can decide on the best investment strategy for you.
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When the legendary American investor Warren Buffett recently turned 87 he celebrated the milestone as the second richest person in the world, with a net worth estimated to be around $96 billion.
Continue reading “Betting against Buffett: an expensive way to learn a valuable lesson”