Monthly Archives: June 2013

What Is The Benefit Of “Pound Cost Averaging”?

Many of you will no doubt be aware of the term “pound cost averaging” when it comes to savings and investments. However, for those that are not familiar with the term a brief explanation would be appropriate as it can form an important part of someone’s investment strategy.   “Pound cost averaging” tends to be focused on saving money on ...

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Gold Options

The stock exchange market is a wild field were one can make a lot of money. But the first thing that you should know when you come across Commodities, as opposed to stocks, currencies and indices, they derive their value from intrinsic properties rather than associated ones. That’s way the value of a penny or a cent often greatly exceeds ...

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How To Save Money On Household Expenses

There are actually a lot of ways to save money on household expenses. The question is whether we are persistent in following them or give up midways just because we want freedom. From my personal experience, I do know that fiscal freedom can only be gained when you have enough of liquid funds. In this blog, I will show you ...

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Top 5 Financial Mistakes Young People Make

Living is not easy for young people who have just started their independent course of life. They want to get everything at the same time but can get nothing without making an effort. Moreover youngsters make first steps in building their future. It would be easier to achieve success if they would not make some financial mistakes which can importantly ...

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Saving Tips for Frugal Students

With the cost of living skyrocketing while the loan rate goes nowhere, it’s getting even harder to make that student loan stretch. Here are some money saving tips to help you make the most of your pennies. Food Firstly, avoid takeaways. Even the cheapest takeaway is going to cost more than the ingredients needed for a decent but simple home ...

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