Why Financial Security Is More Important Than The Employment Security

Take Risk Low risk high return investments can be made. All you have to do is learn how to do it. Remember, when it comes to investing, knowledge always eliminates risk. Learning is not difficult at all. It is no different from learning to ride a bike. You may fall at the beginning, but after [...]

You May Lose Money Because You Don’t Invest Enough Time

There are only two things we can invest with: Time and money. Many people lose money because they don't invest enough time. Remember the 90/10 rule of money. I can say that 90 percent of the investors invest with money, but don’t invest enough with time. And the 10 percent who earn 90 percent of [...]

Are Your Retirement Plans Really Safe?

Unfortunately, millions of people around the world have to invest despite having insufficient investment knowledge. Many who try to spend their lives free from financial risks now have to risk their chair days. The vast majority will find out if they are investors or gamblers when they retire. Today, the stock market is on the [...]

Don’t Be Afraid To Invest Your Money

Wealth Is Measured in Time Not Money "Wealth is the number of days a person can live without physically working and maintaining her standard of living." Let's say your monthly expenses are $ 1000. If you have $ 3000 in your savings account, your wealth means 3 months or 90 days. Wealth is measured in [...]

Earn More With Less

The difference that separates a good investor from a bad investor is that the good investor can make more money with less money. Leverages allow us to do more with less force. The Key Is Leverage People have sought to do more work with less labor since they lived in caves. When a child was [...]

The Difference Between A Good Investor And A Bad Investor

Many people invest in mutual funds. When I ask someone, who is investing in mutual funds, he answers: “But I am also investing. I have a portfolio of mutual funds. I also have bonds and stocks. Isn't this all investment?”. Yes, saving is also an investment. Buying mutual funds, stocks or bonds is also an [...]

Work in the Field You Wish to Work in

It is important to know yourself and your inclinations before taking a step on the path you are thinking of. I know that some people's gaze becomes dull when they see a formula or a graphic. Because they know it takes some time and effort to understand them. But those dull looks can turn into [...]

Which Path Are You More Inclined To? (Employee, Self-Employed, Employer or Investor)

To earn money, we must be an employee, self-employed, employer or investor. Of course, we can be a few of these at the same time. We mentioned about that. Let's look at these four ways to make money in more detail. Thus, we will see the characteristics of the people who tend to take each [...]

International Trade and Trade Barriers

When exchange is voluntary and free, both the buyer and the seller benefit. When you buy milk, the milkman earns money and you have milk without a cow. Voluntary free trade creates assets because it is mutually beneficial. Asset is the total value of everything owned. In an experiment conducted at the Foundation for Teaching [...]

Introduction to Economics # 1

Opportunity Cost Whenever you use a production factor it will have a cost. Why is that? The factors of production are limited, not unlimited. As a result, when you decide to use land, labor, capital, or entrepreneurship for one purpose, you lose the ability to use it for another purpose. Take, for example, labor - [...]