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2021: FIVE Valuable Things You Can Buy With N500 In Nigeria

1 minute read In recent times, the naira has received a lot of attention due to economic reasons. Nigerians’ purchasing power has dropped immensely due to different factors such as devaluation, continuous inflation,

3 Reasons to Consider Investing in ETFs

3 minutes read An Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is a type of security made up of multiple different assets. An ETF’s composition may include stocks, commodities and bonds, for example. As the name suggests,

Get Passfolio Pro for Advanced Features

2 minutes read We’re excited to announce that we’re launching Passfolio Pro for those of you who are looking to take your investments to the next level. Hey everyone, we hope you’re all
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Shareholder vs Stakeholder: The Key Differences

1 minute read Investing let’s you have a say in a company. However, there is a common misconception on the difference between a shareholder and a stakeholder. Simply put, a shareholder owns a
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Devaluation: What You Need To Know

2 minutes read What is devaluation? Devaluation is the deliberate downward adjustment of a country’s currency value. This monetary policy is usually used by countries with fixed or semi-fixed exchange rates. In May
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“Cash is trash”: How inflation impacts your money.

3 minutes read The value of money changes over time. What you can buy with $5 today might not be the same as what you can buy with $5 in a couple of
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Stock Market Basics: What are Stocks?

2 minutes read A stock is a piece of a company that you can buy and sell on a stock exchange. Companies initially issue stocks via an Initial Public Offering (IPO) as a way to
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3 ways to diversify your portfolio

2 minutes read Diversification is a risk management strategy widely used by investors, but how is diversification achieved? That’s what this blog post is about.  Perhaps one of the most important things you
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What are bull and bear markets?

2 minutes read Bull and bear markets describe periodic market trends. In general, a bull market represents a 20% increase in a market over time from its bottom, while a bear represents a
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Long-Term vs. Short-Term Investing

4 minutes read Having trouble making up your mind about what investment strategy to adopt? In this blog post, we’ll try to help you find the right approach for your particular personality, preferences