The Eighth Wonder

Compunding

Lacking financial literacy, many people are unaware of what might be the most important factor for increasing your own capital. It’s a term that Albert Einstein referred to as “the greatest mathematical discovery of all time” (and Albert Einstein knew something about math) and “the eighth wonder of the world.” If there is anything you need to know about finance, it’s Compound Interest (Compounding). But compounding is not just math or finance. It’s a more profound idea than it may seem

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Brexit and London—a Change of Course or Only Acceleration?

London. Once the most influential city in the world. The capital of the British empire that ruled the seas but, more importantly, also ruled the financial world. Beginning in the eighteenth century, London experienced a period of rapid growth, reflecting an increasing national population, the early stirrings of the Industrial Revolution, and London’s role at the center of the evolving British Empire. During the nineteenth century, London became the world’s largest city and capital of the British Empire. Its population

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Vocabulary for the Solid Investor

In the last few weeks, I have received some feedback saying that I have put the cart before the horse, and that some readers first need to understand the basic ideas and concepts of investing. I strongly believe in strengthening financial literacy, so I immediately thought about discussing important vocabulary terms for the new investor, who will hopefully become a solid investor. This discussion will not follow a strictly ABC approach but rather focus on the order in which a

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Does the President Really Influence the Economy?

Presidents come and go (in democratic countries), but they often leave their mark. They mark the country politically, economically, and even culturally. The president of each country is considered to be the most influential person in the country, and the president of the U.S. is considered to be the most influential person in the world. In most countries, the economic state of the country is likely to decide the winner of the elections. We all remember Bill Clinton’s saying “it’s

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How to Invest in Global Warming

This post will start with a disclaimer. Writing about climate change can be very controversial. In the U.S., some might consider it a political statement, but there is a worldwide consensus that global warming is indeed happening. While liberals usually consider global warming as something influenced by humans, some conservatives agree with the facts regarding climate change but believe it’s a result of other factors and not necessarily caused by humans. It’s one of those debates that will last forever,

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