Gold – Attractive and everlasting (Interview with Andreas Wagner)
In an interview with Businesstalk-Kudamm.de, Estably Managing Director Andreas Wagner explains his views on gold.
Guest article by Markus Miller: The EU Europe of Insolvency
In this guest article, author and economic expert Markus Miller warns of impending insolvency and calls on investors to act responsibly and rationally.
Speculators lose, long-term investors win
It’s no secret – those who invest in shares over a sufficiently long period of time achieve not only exclusively positive, but better returns than with bonds, precious metals, time deposits & Co.
Market commentary: Uncertainties lead to short-term price drops
Macroeconomic and geopolitical issues are resulting in uncertainties and leading to higher volatility on the capital markets.
Market commentary: Winners of the pandemic are correcting
In the last two years (since April 2020), the stock markets have almost exclusively risen. There have been no notable setbacks, and the U.S. market in particular.
The Right Mindset for the Next Crash
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.
Are Your Assets Protected From Financial Repression?
We live in a world where high government debt is the norm – not just since the COVID crisis.
A look behind the scenes of the sustainability rating
ESG AT ANY COST? A look behind the scenes of the sustainability rating 28. April 2021 | Sustainability Share on facebook Share on twitter Share
What distinguishes us from classic Robo Advisors?
A real added value is the ease of use that most Robo Advisors offer their customers. You can easily open a portfolio at any time and from anywhere – even after closing, you keep a digital eye on your portfolio.
Is now the right time to invest?
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.