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Advanced derivatives strategies: bull call spread

  A bull call spread is an advanced stock market strategy you can implement when you are “bullish”, that is, you think the markets will rise. As an example, you might implement this strategy for any of the following reasons: If you don’t have the money to

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The economics of coffee – The Moncrieff show interview

  Sean asks me about a fascinating topic: the economics of coffee. Why is coffee priced differently in different places when it costs about the same to produce? And why is it that we’re willing to pay more and stand in line at certain coffee shops?!  

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When should you start to invest? Should you start investing even if you don’t have money “lying around”?

  A reader recently remarked that my investing tips were all nice and good, if only she had extra money lying around. But she didn’t, so investing was out of the question. Was it really?   What is really needed before you invest   As I mentioned

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What is quantitative easing, and what problem does it solve? Is it ever possible to create “free money”?

  Quantitative easing is a “monetary policy” measure. It is used by central banks in an attempt to stimulate the economy, more precisely to kickstart growth in times of economic sluggishness. But it’s not a panacea and should be used with caution… Sean Moncrieff interviewed me about

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Five biggest budgeting mistakes – and they’re easily avoidable, too!

  So many people make these five budgeting mistakes – are you? Correct them and kiss the money worries goodbye!   1 Not planning at all in the first place   In September it’s the TV license. In July it’s the car insurance. Other times it might

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Your pension: will you be safe, or sorry?

  The recent reform publicized by Joan Burton TD highlighted just how complex planning your pension can seem to most people. We are confused and so end up not taking action because we’re not sure. And pensions are on everybody’s mind, as the Cassandras keep promising that

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Five key ways to define yourself and turbo-boost your career

  On 6th December, 2013, I was honoured to be a speaker at the TEDxBelfastWomen conference. The aim of TEDx programmes all over the world is to share in the spirit of TEDTalks, “ideas worth spreading”, and to “spark deep discussion and connection”.     I spoke

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If achieving world peace was a startup, how would you do it?

  I’ve written about Corporate Social Responsibility before, here and here. CSR is a fancy name for something very real and tangible, that I believe in very strongly. CSR is not just something you do out of obligation, or as an afterthought, just to put a social

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Miriam O’Callaghan interview: easy ways to make money, better ways to make money, and the strategies I use to build success!

      On 8 January I was interviewed by Miriam O’Callaghan on the John Murray Show, on RTÉ1. Miriam asked about my new book, The Savvy Guide to Making More Money. And here’s a minute-by-minute breakdown of what we talked about! 00.57 Why it’s a good

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All your questions about online trading – answered!

  In my years as a stock market mentor and financial training specialist, I have seen a lot of reasons why people might be “afraid” to start investing. But the first and foremost reason didn’t really have to do with their investing strategy. An investing strategy does

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