An Introduction to Ethical Investing
Ethical investing is, simply put, investing while taking into consideration your personal beliefs or your ethics. Because it is personal, it means that ethical investing is subjective as what is ethical to one person might not be ethical to anothe ...
An Introduction to the Basics of Economics
Economics, as defined by the dictionary, is the science that is concerned with the process or system by which goods and services are produced, sold, and bought. As it is, the general perspective of Economics is that its is the study of the economy ...
Inflation is the sustained increase in the overall level of products and services in an economy over a particular time period. Expressed as percentage, the purchasing power declines as inflation rises. On the other hand, the purchasing power climb ...
In the United States, the inflation rate was 0.2% through the 12 months ended July. In the United Kingdom, inflation was 0.1% in July. How is inflation measured? What are the metrics used in gauging inflatio ...
Getting to Know The Federal Reserve
The world’s largest economy in the world is the economy of the United States and running it, keeping it in check, and making sure that it does not weaken, are responsibilities taken up by the Federal Reserve System. A knowledge about who the ...
Inflation and Investments
“How does inflation affect my investments?” Most investors ask this question, particularly retirees who rely on fixed income for their daily living. The impact of inflation depends on th ...
Introduction to Inflation
I asked my grandparents about the cost of living during World War II. They told me people during that period could buy a house for $5,000, a car for $1,100 or a loaf of bread for $0.15. Today, the average salary of $2,400 in 1942 is equivalent to ...
Macroeconomics: A Brief History
Macroeconomics is a branch of study under Economics that deals with the economy’s growth and the way it behaves. It examines nationwide phenomenon with aggregated indicators that affect the whole economy such as unemployment rates, gross dom ...
Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts
The concepts involved in macroeconomics focus on three fields, including national output and income, unemployment, and inflation and deflation. These three aspects are central in economic theory. Using these indicators, researchers are able to cre ...
The Concepts of Economics: Scarcity
To fully grasp the essence of what economics is, we must first understand the concept of scarcity along with the branches of study under economics that are macroeconomics and microeconomics. All of the succeeding discussions regarding economics wi ...
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Finance for Individuals
Latest Findings on US Consumer Insights
Consumer spending has always been among the key gauges in the country’s overall economic health. Willingness to take out cash signifies the confidence of people regarding their financial stat e, which is shaped by several factors such as wages, job security, and their outlook on how the market will develop in the future.
Why ETFs Are Not Perilous
Active management has the tendency to underperform. Backers of active management emphasize the likely liability inherent in index funds. Such a management style can provide hefty gains sin ce active managers can choose the stocks they expect to be most profitable and sell those that impede the fund’s profitability.
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