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The world of investing can be daunting for some but with a wide selection of articles, investement thesises guides and more we aim to provide a centrel point for both beginning and advanced investors to read and find interesting material.
Index investing: the new trend
Index investing, also known as passive investing, has quickly gained popularity. It is the primary method on which ETFs are based. Investors in traditional active mutual funds try to beat an index. Passive investors recognize the limitations of human portfolio managers and limit themselves to tracking the value of an index.
Introduction to investing
For the new investor, the world of investing might seem as a mysterious place loaded with jargon and well-kept secrets to success. In this guide you will learn the basics of investing and will obtain the resources to progress in your journey as an investor. As a new member of the association you can request a free priented copy of it.
Diversification: Why it matters
Diversification is the foundation of intelligent investing. Nobel Prize-winning economist Harry Markowitz called diversification “the only free lunch” in finance. After all, by diversifying you reduce the investment risk, while this does not have to be at the expense of return.
Dividends are the cornerstone of investing in the stock market. Most publicly traded companies reward their investors by distributing a portion of the profits to them in the form of dividends. In the short term, dividends seem to provide much less than a return on capital, but in the long run they are the most important part of a stock's total return.
Investing Money: Investment Course for Beginners
Are you interested in growing your savings? The interest rates are low and depositing money in a bank won't bring you far. There is arguably no better way to accumulate capital than investing money over long periods of time. However, to earn the best returns for the risks you take you need to invest wisely.
Investors nowadays pay attention not only to financial returns, but also to environmental and social responsibility. Through sustainable investment, they want to contribute to a better world, contain the climate crisis and solve social problems. These goals can be achieved without compromising the returns on their investments.