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The financial articles we are sharing today are:
- Money is time – not the other way around
- The 10 most dangerous words in investing
- The nothingness of money
- Let the market worry for you
- 4 things that will never change for young investors
We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did.
Money is time – not the other way around
Joel Greenblatt, the famous investor and author of You Can Be a Stock Market Genius, said it best:
“While to many “time is money,” it’s probably more universal to say that “money is time.” After all, time is the currency of everyone’s life. When it’s spent, the game is over. One of the great benefits of having money is the ability to pursue those great accomplishments that require the gifts of being and time.”
This article provides interesting insight into this topic and considers the following:
- We spend a lot of time earning money
- We spend our hard-earned money on all kinds of things
- We get trapped earning money to pay for those things
The author of the article, suggests there is a different way to live.
Read more: Money is time – not the other way around
The 10 most dangerous words in investing
“If you would have just put ten thousand pounds into…”
This article covers a range of situations where hesitant investors would have lost out on massive returns over the long term.
Whilst this article doesn’t constitute financial advice, it certainly offers insight and food-for-thought.
Read more: The 10 most dangerous words in investing
The nothingness of money
“Rich people need it. Poor people have it. If you eat it, you die. And when you die, you take it with you. What is it?”
The pursuit of money is so intertwined into the fabric of society that even our physical, and emotional health can rely upon how abstract numbers on a screen are converted into tangible things such as meals, a roof over our heads and more.
This is article provides interesting insight into the pursuit, and ultimately the nothingness of money.
Read more: The nothingness of money
Let the market worry for you
“My job is to worry about the downside. The upside will take care of itself.”
This article offers reassuring advice and insight for investors.
Markets can be volatile – they fluctuate. Prices go up, and some down. The author talks through his career before, into and in financial services, and offers valuable commentary for the reader on a range of topics, and scenarios.
Read more: Let the market worry for you
4 things that will never change for young investors
“If there’s one ironclad rule of investing in financial markets, it’s that earning returns above the rate of inflation requires you to accept risk in one form or another.”
This article offers insight into the investment journey, with a focus on young investors.
The author covers four key areas:
- Risk and reward are attached at the hip
- Markets are not always going to be easy
- Down markets are a good thing for young people
- Saving is your best investment
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