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What Should I Do With My Money?

Tuesday, 18 November 2008, 18:04 | Economics, Investing, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

Turbulent times confuse household investors. I know I’m confused An interesting and timely experiment was conducted by one of our local business papers. Trying to answer the eternal question of “what should I do with my money?” the paper set out to review what leading brokers, financial planners and money managers would ...

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Roller Coaster Ride in a Manic Depressive Stock Market: Researching the Option to Make a Quick Profit

Saturday, 4 October 2008, 14:03 | Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

I’ve decided on objectively researching the possibility of making a quick profit off the recent ups and downs. Here are the results In the past couple of weeks I’ve written quite a bit on the manic-depressive behavior of the stock market and the possibility of making a quick, yet risky, profit from it. As I’ve […]

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Psychology tricks and increased spending – The Case of Expensive Wines

Saturday, 31 May 2008, 15:17 | Money Saving Tips, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

Our psychology is terribly easy to trick. We’re actually pretty good at it ourselves In each and every day of our lives we are bombarded with psychological tricks and quirks which have one goal: Make us spend more. Advertisements take many forms and influence us both at a conscious and a subconscious level. However, every […]

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How to Make Saving More Rewarding and Tangible: 5 Practical Tips

Thursday, 17 April 2008, 13:49 | Money Saving Tips, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

Increasing the tangibility of your savings and rewarding yourself for achievements is crucial for success in this long term effort. Saving money consistently is hard. The temptations and needs are numerous. There will always be just one more thing to buy to make everything perfect. How do we resist the urge and how do we […]

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