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Stock trading is perhaps comparable to intelligence gathering. People think there is something smooth about being an intelligence agent like James Bond, but there is actually little truth to what Hollywood is painting about the profession. more

There are many factors that can affect the performance of your investment portfolio. These factors include, but of course are not limited to, inflation and deflation.

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Retirement, while scary for some, is more enticing for other individuals. After all, they’ve spent long hours working in a corporate environment and they may be itching to stop and strike out on their own. more

Here’s a question every person who’s looking out for a smooth retirement should be asking themselves: “Are my steps in planning for retirement the right ones? or am I doing it wrong?” more

There is, more often than not, considerable hype surrounding a new company’s initial public offering. However, as an investor, it is wise not to fall for this hype and put in your investment into an IPO without first doing your research. more

Cryptocurrencies, whether you like the concept or not, are here to stay. Many industries are now adopting cryptocurrencies as modes of payment in both online and offline transactions. It’s high time now, as an investor, to understand what are the basics behind these electronic currencies. more

Every year, 100 successful foreigners are able to receive what is basically the most coveted document of expatriates who live long-term in the Kingdom. This document is what we call the permanent residency. more

It’s always a good idea to plan ahead for everything, especially retirement. Retirement is a very big change in one’s life that should not be taken for granted. more

If one is to describe the stock market in a brief and concise manner, the word that would be fitting is “volatile.”

Things change so fast in the stock market. This is because of many factors in the corporate world. You, as an investor, would have to always be in the lookout for possible price changes so you can take appropriate actions. more

As an individual, your knowledge of the interest rate will probably limited to the rate that affects your debts and loans. The higher the interest rate, the higher the amortization you’ll have to pay every month. more