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Compound interest

Compound interest

Albert Einstein said that compound interest is the most potent force in the universe, aware that thanks to compound interest even with a small capital to invest if you get an excellent return, especially by patiently exploiting the lever of time. To access this...
A simplification of Day Trading

A simplification of Day Trading

Day trading or Intraday is a type of trading characterized by a period limited to a single trading session. MPW suggests Day Trading only to achieve a higher goal: the potential generation of resources to be set aside for future purposes. With this in mind, it adopts...
How to avoid scams

How to avoid scams

Today, information is abundant within everyone's reach: but getting informed, searching, and investigating is tiring. Thus many become prey to sellers of miraculous solutions, who use techniques and pounding communication.The stagnation of traditional market and the...
The hierarchy of financial needs

The hierarchy of financial needs

Anyone needs to be aware of the scale of values to which most people in Western countries refer. It serves to have a more straightforward path of life and, consequently, set one's goals. In 1943 behavioral scientist Abraham Maslow wrote that a "hierarchy of needs...
Capital Accumulation Plan

Capital Accumulation Plan

A voluntary accumulation plan is an investment method in which a retail investor periodically invests (at their discretion) relatively small amounts of money, building a large position over an extended period. This can be an excellent solution for anyone who wishes to...
How to live well

How to live well

Financial wellness (or financial wellbeing) refers to a person's overall financial health and the absence of money-related stress. It's the result of successful income management which assures physical, mental, and financial wellness. To access this advice, you must...