Estably Blog Speculators lose, long-term investors win March 8 | Tipps Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email It’s no secret – those who invest in stocks over a sufficiently long period of time not only achieve positive, but better returns than with bonds, precious metals or time deposits. Despite […]
We don’t know when the next crash will come. Nobody does. What we do know is that a crash will happen again at some point.
We’re not pessimistic, just realistic. It’s a proven fact: Since 1950, the S&P 500 has seen double-digit declines on average almost every two years.
We live in a world where high government debt is the norm – not just since the COVID crisis.
Catch the perfect moment and beat the market – the supposed dream of every investor. In practice, however, this rarely succeeds, because: nobody can look into the future and predict when exactly the markets will rise or fall again.
Fear is innate to all people and therefore a constant companion. Originally it served to protect people from danger.
The first quarter of 2019 is already over again and the worries from quarter 4 of 2018 seem to have long been forgotten. What else happened in march?
Wouldn’t you lose your belief in success if, after five years of negative performance, you were told that things would get better?
Half of the world’s wealth is held by millionaires, most of them are located in the US, followed by China, Japan, the UK and Switzerland.
In troubled times, investors are looking for security for their assets. But what does “security” mean?
Wealthy clients often believe banks to be the best contact for their investments, but oftentimes that’s not the case. In this article, you’ll find out why!