statistics for vBulletin
11:49 am - Thursday December 12, 2019

Archive for the ‘knowledge’ Tag

Learning the financial language will save you money

by Numan

Proficiency in “Financialish” equals money and empowerment According to one urban legend the score in tennis matches was meant to confuse the common bystander, safely maintaining it within the confines of aristocracy. Other explanations include a clock face used in medieval French for scoring the game moving a quarter each time and ...

Read More »

Review: The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio by Alex Green

Monday, 20 October 2008, 14:35 | Book Reviews, Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio offers a framework for saving, sound investment wisdom and no less important a step by step approach to their practical application up to a detailed asset allocation. When I read through the first couple of chapters of The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio by Alex Green I was surprised to find a philosophical […]

Read More »

Advertising @ The Personal Financier

Monday, 13 October 2008, 2:30 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Advertising @ The Personal Financier
by Numan

The Personal Financier is about sharing knowledge and experience relevant to our personal finances and our financial development. As a general rule The Personal Financier will not accept paid reviews or paid posts of any sort as we highly value our objectivity and would like our readers to feel confident our writing is in no […]

Read More »

The Role of Information in Stock and Capital Market Efficiency

Sunday, 10 February 2008, 16:08 | Economics, Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

Market efficiency is a concept describing market behavior. The assumption about market efficiency is a basic assumption in many economic and financial models and is required in order to build fundamentals. At the basis of market efficiency are three assumptions: 1. There is a multitude of sellers and buyers with no one dominant enough to […]

Read More »

Archives