Hi, all of you.

My name is Mike, and today I want to tell a story about how I failed and what I learned from it. The text below is a collection of my findings, and it has worked pretty well for me so far.

Remember never to trust blindly but also take insights of your investment approach.

Long story short, my investment and stock market journey began about four years ago. I’ve just been doing a few trades a year, because I’ve been confident my plan will only work for the long term. I haven’t tried to make the…


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In previous articles, we have covered the general description of ETF’s and why they so great.

Now it is time to discuss the types of Exchange-traded funds which are based on differing holdings and behave as dictated by their base holdings.

  1. Index Exchange-traded funds: These are the most common type of exchange-traded fund. They copy the entire portfolio, part or make a similar portfolio to another index e.g. stock index, bond index. …


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  1. Your hourly earnings are important. Your annual earnings are not. Someone making $50,000 a year at $500 an hour has more of their time (meaning their life) than someone making $100,000 at $50 an hour. This is the single most important concept in understanding who is rich and who is not. Someone is not living an enriched life because they have amassed wealth and material possessions. Someone is living an enriched life because they have the freedom to spend their time how they wish!
  2. Spend less than your cash flow.


Simple rules you need to know before investing your money

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Contrary to popular belief, investment doesn’t necessarily require expertise about much.

As a matter of fact, you don’t even need to be rich before you start investing. However, a great many of us fail to get started with the management of our money because we’re either intimidated or we just don’t know where to start.
However, feel free to take the following 3 tips as a guide to help you through navigating the ‘stock market’.

It is emotional

When it comes to money, we usually make most of our choices through emotions such as fear, greed, and nervousness.
To help keep your focus on…


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As an investor, if you prefer your funds to have intraday liquidity, reduced costs, transparency, tax efficiency, and greater flexibility then exchange-traded funds are for you. These are some of the advantages of exchange-traded funds offer over traditional mutual funds.

  1. Intraday Liquidity: This is the defining characteristic of exchange-traded funds that allow them to be bought or sold at any time on a trading day. A mutual fund would have you waiting till trading closes which could be an expensive delay. Sometimes stocks rise to a high premium during a trading day and although exchange-traded funds have a Net Asset…


Today we are going to cover the alternative type of investment in the stock market — Exchange-traded Fund. Let’s find out together what is it and how it differs from stock, hedge fund or mutual funds.

As a potential investor, it is very important to know exactly what you are looking for in an investment. “What kind of investment best fits my plan?” is the most important question an investor asks himself before putting in his money. Am I looking for something short term with high-risk high reward? Do I want something that is impervious to the unpredictable swings of…


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To trade U.S. stocks, the first thing to do is to open a brokerage account with a U.S. broker. Or to find a stockbroker which offers access to US stocks for non-US citizens. One of such brokers is Degiro for EU citizens.

Here are quick step-by-step instructions which will guide you through US stock market investment.

So first step is to set up your account with broker or service provider like Degiro or Robinhood. The process is quite easy and you just need to register there (e.g. enter your account details and confirm set up). …


Investing never has to be as complicated as a lot of people make it seem, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it should be easy as well. When you put your money to work in the financial market, you are looking for an avenue to get what you desire from life, while also ensuring that you have the peace of mind that lets you sleep soundly on a nightly basis. However, this journey is one that promises to be a roller coaster.

When you want to invest, you will have to draft a clear and concise plan, go on your research…


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So, you’ve got an idea for a business venture. And you’ve probably read somewhere that startups are financial suicide and you should never indulge in them.

Well, here’s the gist; while starting might be difficult, things do get easy pretty fast when it comes to startups.

As long as you follow these rules, you should be fine:

1. Start focusing on revenue generation

There is a lot of validity when comes to the adage that says “good sales fix everything”.

The process of beginning and growing your business won’t start with anything other than sales. It’s pretty simple; if you can’t sell in order to make…


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Have you ever thought about just becoming financially free? (I’m talking about the sort of financial freedom in which you can choose when go or not to work). Or maybe you were thinking about making money without doing something?

To kick off, it is essential that you understand the reason for changing your lifestyle. However really quickly, here are my thoughts on passive income.

Is it possible for you to organize your cash flow streams in such a way that you only need a few hours per month in order to control them? …

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