Here's a little perspective on how you can invest in the stock market. Now, with the fund you have, what could you do? You will first need to decide how do you want to invest it… A lump sum or drip feeding the fund? This is an important decision, and you shouldn’t be made solely … Read more Towards a STRESS-LESS Stock Market Journey
The answer is YES, and the approach is rather simple. Just invest in an index fund such as S&P500 index by Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA) approach! So for you to get some idea, S&P500 since its inception until today would be approximately 10%. But we have to factor in the inflation, so let's just assume a conservative … Read more Can Anyone become a Stock Market Millionaire?
How would you calculate the number of years required to double your money at a given rate of return (i)? If you understand the relationship between a present value (PV) and a future value (FV), given by the expression, For your money to double, that means FV = 2 PV, and we have the number of … Read more What is the Rule of 72?
If your answer is YES. Then I hope this post will give you some perspective on mutual funds. Mutual funds are commonly referred as actively managed funds, and managed by fund managers. While an investor would normally look at a mutual fund based on it's past performance and risks, the fund performance might look very attractive, yielding … Read more Are you a novice in Mutual Funds?
Here's some conflicting advice we will often hear: Some say the active fund managers can't beat the market, the average is the new best, etc. Others are saying you should study the market and stocks etc. What's the point of doing it actively when you can't beat an index fund? To get some perspective, let's … Read more Why study the stock market and stocks?