Month: August 2020

Posted in Articles of the Week

Articles of the Week #4

This week’s features include articles from ‘MoneySavingCentral’, ‘Financial IQ by Susie Q’ and ‘A Dime Saved’.

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Posted in Investment Essentials

Everything you need to know about options

There are several criteria to distinguish between options. In this article, you will learn everything you need to understand how options work.

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Articles of the Week #3

This week’s features include articles from ‘The-Twenty-Per-Cent’, ‘The Loaded Pig’ and ‘Dollartrak’.

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Posted in Personal Finance

The impact of inflation on your savings (or: why you should invest)

Even small inflation rates have a strong negative impact on the real value of your savings. Over 25 years, an inflation of 2% results in a loss of 40%.

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Article of the Week #2

The second article of this week’s double feature is provided by Bobbi Olson from CentsAble Chat. She went from $60,000 in debt to debt-free and building wealth. What a great development!

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Article of the Week #1

The very first featured article is provided by Alexandru Buleu from FI in Romania. While Romania is one of the poorest countries in Europe, Alexandru still manages to save a decent amount of money.

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Posted in Academic Insights

5 Misperceptions in the evaluation of investments

When evaluating decisions, people tend to act irrational. In this article, you will learn about 5 misperceptions which you should avoid to increase the performance of your investments.

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Posted in Investment Essentials

Should you trade CFDs?

CFDs are a popular product to increase the leverage of investments. However, CFDs are also risky as leverage works in both directions.

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Posted in Statistics

Statistics Report #1: July 2020

How did the first month of Mange-Your-Money.com go? See all relevant numbers.

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