The ultimate goal of the European Central Bank is to achieve a medium-term inflation target of around 2%. Currently, the ECB is far from this target, as we can see for ourselves every week at the checkout in the supermarket. But how can the ECB effectively combat the current inflation rates of 8% and more?
“The future is traded on the stock exchange”, they say, and in times of war in Europe the future seems more uncertain. We have a few rules so that you can survive such times on the stock exchange without much excitement.
More and more often you hear or read about an imminent stagflation and its massive impact on the economy. What exactly is stagflation, why is it dangerous and what does it mean for your investment decisions, you will learn in this blog post.
Capital gains taxes – difficult subject. That’s why it’s even more important to better understand how taxes on dividends and capital market gains work. We’ll break the topic down as simply as possible so you can get a closer look.
You’re thinking about investing some of your money lying around on the stock market. But the thought of fluctuating share prices and the associated risk keeps you away? In this article we explain why stock prices fluctuate in the first place.
You’ve probably heard the word inflation a lot – especially in the news – but what exactly is inflation, what does it do, and how does it affect your finances? We’ll explain it to you in this article.
You may have heard about it more often in the media lately: banks are slowly but surely starting to issue negative interest rates. But what exactly does that mean? We’ll explain it to you in this article.
You save up for a long time for many things in life, such as your dream apartment, a nice vacation, or a new car, unless you happen to win the lottery. That’s why it is logical to invest your money to generate a long-term return on your invested money. The so-called compound interest effect gives…
Without question, sustainability is one of the most pressing issues of this century. Climate change, a growing world population, waste of resources, and the list continues. Fortunately, sustainability is increasingly becoming more important in the investment world. In this context, the term ESG criteria keeps popping up. But what is ESG, and what does it…
Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs for short, are on everyone’s lips. You can read about the triumph of this financial product in this blog article.
The question of whether passive or active investing is a better investment method comes up again and again. We provide an overview.
We name the five most important buzzwords you should know when investing – stocks & bonds, dividends, stock index, risk-reward ratio and ETFs explained simply.