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Why Economics Should be Compulsory Subject in School

What is the point of learning complex theorems or memorizing dates and events, when in real life, all that would mater is how you deal with money? What is the point of understanding high-flying compound interest formulas, if in later stages of professional life, it takes great struggle to understand the actual concept and real-life application. How necessary is it to familiarize students with personal economics and finances? How many of us in high-school felt that they wouldn’t ever use the complex mathematical formulas in real life- “Where ...
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Day Trading Strategies

  In many ways this article ought to come, like a pack of cigarettes, with a health warning! This is because day trading, meaning opening and closing trades on the same day involves far greater risk than a more long-term strategy.  An experienced trader will by and large shy away from day trading and probably won’t need to come to a website for suggestions. There is after all a limit as to how far a market can go in one day. That in turn means that in order to make a profit on the day (which is after all the name of the game) greater risks ...
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Should you be Paying Rent or Buying a House?

With growing job opportunities in the cities these days, the need to find a stable settling is an absolute necessity. So should you rent an apartment or buy yourself a house? The answer to this question isn’t common wisdom of experience, but the solution lies more on the economical side. While the idea of owning your own little backyard, or a side porch may sound exciting, how are you supposed make this big financial decision? Let us help you out a bit! Owning a house is a big commitment. Even though once you’ve paid your mortgages, you’re ...
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7 Money Habits You Need to Quit Right Now

Have you ever felt confused where all your money goes at the end of the month? Does the word “Spending” look brighter than the word “Saving”? Are you lousy when it comes to managing your money? Well, this list will help you figure out what financial blunders you’ve been making all this while, assuming them to be just little bad habits you can’t seem to get over. Emotional SpendingI broke up with my boyfriend, so let’s go shopping and buy over-priced clothes to feel better. Of course, shopping can fix almost anything these days, what ...
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