Thursday , 9 December 2021

Strategies

Compound Interest: “the eighth wonder of the world” – Here’s Why

Today's infographic...focuses on explaining the power of compound interest - an idea that is absolutely essential to understand. Indeed, the power of compound interest is so compelling that it’s been often called the “eighth wonder of the world”. Find out why this concept is so fundamental to personal finance in the following infographic:

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munKNEE.com: Stop Wasting Time Surfing the ‘Net – We Do It For You!

Stop clicking around (i.e. surfing the net) looking for articles worth reading. We do it for you and bring them to you each day via the “internet’s most informative financial site” and in our bi-weekly newsletter. munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) is a financial site for sore eyes and inquisitive mind s and has been voted “the most informative financial site” …

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Better Recognize Your Investment Biases – Here They Are

There are over 180 cognitive biases that interfere with how we process data, think critically, and perceive reality. Today’s infographic comes to us from School of Thought, a non-profit dedicated to spreading critical thinking. The graphic describes 24 of the key biases that warp our sense of reality, providing useful examples along the way.

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Americans: Use CUSIP Numbers When Buying Canadian Exchange Listed Cannabis Stocks – Here’s Why & How

It is easy for Canadian investors to execute orders for cannabis stocks using their Canadian symbol but it is not as straight forward for those individuals (i.e. Americans) using non-Canadian brokerage houses because many brokerage houses and online brokers don't know the symbols for the cannabis penny stocks you might wish to buy. That's where the use of CUSIP numbers can be very helpful.

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Physical Gold vs. Gold Stocks: Which Perform Best In A Recession? (+24K Views)

IF the bull market in stocks and bonds is to end, the implications will be dire because, historically, the Fed has always intervened to prop the market by lowering interest rates. Fed moves impact the broader market equities and impact resource equities alike so let’s take a look at the effect of a general market correction on our resource portfolio.

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