Unless you have been disconnected from the world, then you are aware that the recent decision to leave the EU is sending shockwaves across the content.
If there is one thing that we have learned in the wake of Brexit, it’s that financial markets and today’s traders are far more resilient than ever before.
Savvy traders know that political changes can have a huge influence on the value of a country’s currency.
A Moneystepper Savings Challenge participant recently sent in an email starting: “Only time will tell what the Brexit truly means going forward…”. Boy, is he right…!
A staggering £1.2 billion is lost each year to investment scams and, perhaps surprisingly, experienced investors are often targeted and are falling prey.
This article is to dissuade you from DIY investing despite the many advantages it offers.
So you’ve decided to start investing so you can save for your future. Saving up as much money as you can before retirement age is always a great idea.
The trading of precious metals, such as gold and silver, have been a point of great debate for many years. This was greatly fuelled by the performance of the gold price throughout the early 2000s.
If you have recently begun to invest in the market, or are currently in the process of learning how to do so, you’ll have noticed that there are many terms to learn.
The world’s largest and most liquid capital market is the currency market. Forex market transactions generate a worldwide flow of more than $5 trillion per day.
So, Moneystepper, what’s the best thing to invest my money in? Being the host of a personal finance podcast, it’s inevitable that I’d receive this question. The funny thing is just how difficult it is to answer that question. However, today, I’m going to try to put one piece of the puzzle in place for…
What are the best foreign currencies to invest in? The Australian dollar, American dollar, the Polish zloty, the Philippine peso? The list goes on…
The two things on our minds in the new year: fitness & finance. Usually, we want opposite for each – a decreasing waistline and an expanding investment pot.
With a growing number of investors from all skill levels migrating the to the Forex markets, there is more of an opportunity than ever before.
With CFDs, only the movement of the asset is predicted, so money can be made or lost whether an asset’s value increases or decreases.
The number of investment options available is sometimes overwhelming. Making choices means doing research starting with investigating returns.
Our complete guide to long term investing strategy, highlighting the 10 most important elements to successful and sustainable long term investing.
I confess: I’m a terrible stock market investor. Follow my 3 step journey to becoming a better stock market investor, so you can avoid my mistakes!
At Moneystepper, we’ve tried to highlight the dangers of active investing and the corresponding arguments for passive investing. Well, here’s a few more…