The climate change topic seems to be heated these days, eco-friendly goods and services grow in demand and more people interested in renewable energy. So, let’s look at the opportunities this new green world has to offer to investors. We gathered green public companies in various industries (energy, automotive industry, food and farming) that you can consider to add to your portfolio to jump on the green trend and make some money off it.
Rogue Trader is a story of a guy who caused a collapse of the world’s second-oldest bank in 1995. 20 years have passed since the film’s release so we’re a bit late for a review but we feel that it’s an important movie to remember because it’s underappreciated and misunderstood.
All of the major countries' central banks hold a significant portion of their reserves in foreign currencies. Why do they purchase them and why the U.S. dollar is the most popular reserve currency? In this article, we’ll explain what the reserve currencies are, what purpose do they serve and why the world’s central banks hold them.
There are two main types of stocks on the public market: common and preferred. Why do we need to have two distinct types of shares and what’s the difference between them? In this article, we’ll take a look at these two types of stocks (shares) to figure out which one would be a better choice for an investor.
Today we are starting a new category on our website - stock forecasts. We’ll share an opinion on stocks' future prices, analyze them from technical and fundamental points of view, and give our recommendation on whether we would consider buying, holding or selling a particular market security.
When you open your first bank account an adviser would often propose you to get checking (otherwise known as current) and savings accounts. The first one, without any interest for your day-to-day transactions and the second one with a very small interest.
You can open almost any old book on wealth management, investing or smart capital allocation and you would find the same idea that seems to be extremely popular at all times: investing in real estate is a great option. Most of those books were written a while ago, has the situation regarding investing in real estate changed in these days?
ETFs are relatively new financial instruments that were introduced in 1993 in the US and in 1999 in Europe. These financial tools create new opportunities for investors and they have become very popular nowadays. Today we’ll explore the essence of ETFs as well as why they are beneficial for investors.
When it comes to measuring dividend return of a particular stock, it’s important to understand what dividend yield is. It’s a rather simple concept but it may confuse some people because they’re expecting to see an absolute number, instead, they usually see some weird “yield” thing in the form of a fraction.
Volatility of a security or an index means the magnitude of changes in its value (price) over time. In more scientific terms, it can be called ‘dispersion’. High volatility usually indicates higher potential returns because investors can make more money with each deal but, at the same time, it implies higher risks because the direction of future price changes is unknown.
Diversification has been an extremely popular term in finance and investing for many years. Almost any article, video or a book about personal finance or investing mentions diversification at some point. Why the idea of allocating your capital in various assets is that popular?
In general, a portfolio is just an organized collection of data created to serve a certain purpose. This beautiful word appeared in the English language in the 18th century and it was an adaptation of a much older Italian word ‘portafoglio’ (porto folio, port folio) which means ‘to carry’ something.