What is the difference between stocks and bonds?

Here I’ll briefly summarised from The difference between stocks and bonds explained. If you choose to invest in a company, there are two routes available to you: Equity (also known as stocks or shares) Debt (also known as bonds) Shares are: issued by firms priced daily listed on a stock exchange Bonds are: effectively loans,Continue reading “What is the difference between stocks and bonds?”

Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook

According to World Meter tracking of coronavirus, we have passed 5 million cases of the infection, with over 350,000 death. Even then, we know these numbers are massively under-reported since many countries do not have the means to test much of their population. When we consider the expected deaths of select countries against actual deaths,Continue reading “Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook”

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy in which you: put in regular contributions (for example, monthly or quarterly) over a period of time (say 3 to 5 years, 10 years, or more; depending on your objective) The strategy is to ride or sail thru investment and market fluctuations such that you buy more shares/unitsContinue reading “Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)”

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