What is the most important thing when investing? If you are thinking about which product to choose, you are wrong. The key to everything is to be aware of your investor profile, and be clear about your goals, your time horizon, and how much risk you are willing to take with your investments.
How to start investing in the stock market without having to buy shares
Ask your friends what investing in the stock market is all about, and most will answer that it’s about buying shares. The reality is different. You do not need to buy shares to start investing in the stock market.
Passive or active investment, which is for you?
We think about investment as being something active: looking for the best performing stocks, finding the markets with the most potential, searching for the most promising sectors… In other words, investing time, effort and hard work in order to obtain good results.
How much do you need to live off the revenue?
Imagine. Living however you want to without having to work, , or by doing the things you really like to do. That is basically what it means to live off revenue, to have a monthly income that covers your expenses without the need for a regular nine-to-five job.
Good debt and bad debt. What is the difference?
Getting into debt is one of the most frequent mistakes related to money however, buying a house, for example, would be far more difficult without getting into debt. In reality not all debt is the same, and for this reason in finance they talk about good debt and bad debt.
Alternative Investments. What if you could invest in your hobby?
What comes to mind when you think of investing? Possibly the stock market, mutual funds, pension plans and maybe even the real estate market.
Is buying a car a good investment?
A car is probably the biggest purchase you will make in your life if you have not yet bought a house and the second one if you own a property.
Financial minimalism: when less is more
It is easy to associate minimalism with decoration and architecture rather than finances. The truth is that minimalism goes much further and it has become a life philosophy for many people thanks in large part to the rise of Marie Kondo, who even has a documentary on Netflix.
Savings and investment tips to help you achieve your life goals
Many families reach the end of the month with an empty checking account and see, once again, how those dreams that for a moment had seemed possible to achieve are slipping away: goodbye to this summer’s trip, goodbye to those future plans in which they received a high return on their investments and goodbye, also, to the peace of mind that comes from having a small fund to deal with unforeseen events.
What should you do with your mortgage now that the Euribor is going up?
Last April, the Euribor closed positive for the first time in more than six years and everything points to the fact that it will continue to rise in the immediate future. The reasons are clear: the increase in inflation and the almost certain rise in interest rates that the European Central Bank (ECB) will have to introduce in order to control these.
Cryptocurrencies: what are they and what are the dangers of investing in them?
If you had invested 1,000 euros in bitcoin 10 years ago, today you would have 9.6 million euros in your account after adding a profit of 966.768%. That figure sums up the appeal of cryptocurrencies and the crypto ecosystem to the average Joe.
Invest in times of crisis: we should keep this in mind
COVID-19, war, soaring inflation, energy uncertainty, goods transport problems… And in the background, market crashes, in many cases driven by panic.
How to protect your assets against rising inflation
Inflation is back and looks set to stay with us for a while. The CPI closed 2021 at 6.5% and forecasts suggest it will remain high until at least halfway through the year.