As the product categories of the financial instruments Warrants, Turbos and Structured Products have been revised, it is possible that a financial product has moved from one category to another on our transaction site.
Waiting for the economy to start running smoothly first? For the end of a mortgage? Or until the US has a new president? As an investor, you want to invest your money at the 'right' time. But when exactly is the 'right' time? Let’s find out.
Lazy people do not run marathons. They have to train really hard, for months at a time. At the stock market different laws apply. If you want to invest like a marathon runner, it's okay to be lazy. Better even. Laziness is a virtue in investment sports.
Inheritance is not exactly the topic of conversation on the breakfast table every Sunday. Nevertheless, it is worth a discussion. Especially if you know that 4 out of 10 inheritances descend into family disputes. Tips & tricks by Diederik Vandendriessche from Pareto.
For several months now, no one has been able to deny that the global economy is slowing down. The PMI indicators are showing a downward trend. Manufacturing is experiencing a dramatic fall in some key industries. And yet the stock markets have been rising fast since the start of 2019. So what is going on? Our Chief Strategist KEYPRIVATE Geert Van Herck gives his view.
It's all about the miracle of compound interest. If a prudent investor is able to obtain a return of 12% annually then, after 40 years, they will have made 930,000 euros for every 10,000 euros invested. And the good news is that anyone can actually do it. To do so, ten principles have to be observed. These ten. (by Pierre Huylenbroeck)