Category: Finance

How the cost of student living has increased – is it worth it? 

It’s no secret that going to university is now more expensive than ever before. Tuition fees have been on the up over the past decade, putting some people off the idea of further education, and putting others in debts that they have…

Could You Make Yourself A Little Bit Of Extra Money?

Have you found yourself needing a little bit of extra money at the moment? We all find ourselves in that situation at some point, but few of us seem to know what we should be doing when we get there….

Commodity Trading Deserves More Respect: Here’s Why

Anyone who wants to participate in the commodity trade markets should keep in mind that there are a lot of unique aspects to this kind of buying and selling. Compared to more traditional methods, like the stock markets, commodities trading…

A Guide To The Most Crypto-Friendly Countries In The World

Cryptocurrency’s most vocal advocates are adamant that cryptocurrencies can and will replace fiat currencies. But there is one crucial advantage that conventional markets have over the cryptocurrency markets. Namely that the fiat financial market is subject to strong global regulations….

Thinking About A Career In Investment Banking?

If offering advice to clients on financial markets and understanding the ins and outs of business funding sounds interesting to you, then you may be interested in a career in investment banking. Photo by Lukas   Make Sure It’s The…

Will The USD Survive The Next Decade?

If you do a little search for the US Dollar into Google, you’ll find many articles claiming that it will be toppled in the next 10 years. Whether or not this is true, we have to look back at why…

7 Startup Creative Ideas That Can Reprogram Your Life

To come up with creative ideas for a business, you need to use the right tools. Starting up a business takes planning and many hours of research. If you want to become an entrepreneur, you need to be creative. You…

3 Ways To Right Your Financial Wrongs Starting Now

We are a nation addicted to the feelgood buzz of a new purchase. But if there’s one thing the enforced slowdown of recent months has taught us, it’s that we can usually live comfortably with a lot less. Suddenly, the…