Monthly Archives: November 2016

Financial Advice for a Newly Married Couple

Marriage is indeed a beautiful institution. I have never witnessed any other bliss as close as that of a bride and groom on their wedding day. The exchange of marital vows is one of the precious moments to be savored by a bride and groom. And off they go to spend their lives together. In

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Brexit’s Effect on America

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The world was stunned when Britain voted to exit from the European Union. It goes without saying that this move inevitably had adverse effects on the economy of Britain and neighboring European countries. But what about the United States? Many American analysts, technocrats, and even politicians were quick to disregard any effect of Brexit on

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Share Market Jargon That You Should Know

Financial Market Jargons

There are some basic terms that one should understand in the share market. Here’s a list. Blue Chip stocks: this is a term used to refer to the leading companies in an industry that may offer good dividend payments and have a track record of good fiscal management. Day Trading: This is the act of

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Investing Online Versus Using a Hedge Firm

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Investing Online Online investing is popularly known as online trading. This involves the practice of placing a buy or sell order on an online trading platform. This act of going long and going short generally involves dealing in international currencies, stocks, bonds as well as other financial instruments. Online trading has been taken up by

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How Employment across the EU Will Be Affected By BREXIT

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Introduction The apparent exit of the UK from the European Union (EU) will certainly bring a rise in the levels of unemployment. This is because, with the exit, there is expected to be a decline in economic activity. It is also expected to bring about job losses at least in the short term. This is

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Child Plans – Investing From Early Age

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In the United Kingdom today, most families, to build on the rather uncertain future, are constantly encouraging their children to save up some little cash once in a while. Some parents have also decided to chip in too, by depositing a suitable amount of money into their accounts. In so doing, not only can they

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