What to look for when picking stocks

Your investment strategy will likely have you looking for different things when you pick stocks. A value investor would be looking at different factors from those of a growth investor. However, this article will cover the most basic factors that any investor should look at while picking stocks. P/E ratio P/E ratio stands for price to earnings ratio. What it really means is how much … Continue reading What to look for when picking stocks

Labour income vs capital income

LABOUR INCOME Labour income is the amount that employed people earn by working. Labour income comes in the form of wages and salaries. CAPITAL INCOME Capital income is the amount that owners of assets earn via their assets. Assets include land, machines, buildings, patents, stocks, bonds and other types of investible assets. Self-employed workers earn from both their work and capital ownership. What are some … Continue reading Labour income vs capital income

As a Teen, How Much Money Should I Save Each Month?

To start off, there’s no one perfect percentage of your money to save, although experts recommend saving at least 10% of your income. But everybody has different expenditure patterns, different current needs and different future plans. What’s most important is that you know why you’re saving. What is the purpose of your savings? The next step is to understand something very simple. Saving money simply … Continue reading As a Teen, How Much Money Should I Save Each Month?

What Is A Publicly-Listed Company?

A publicly-listed company or public company is a business that has completed an initial public offering (IPO) in one of the main stock markets. This means that their shares can be bought and sold at the stock exchange that approved their IPO. Who owns a publicly-listed company?Shareholders. The more shares you own, the more percentage of the company you own. How does a publicly-listed company … Continue reading What Is A Publicly-Listed Company?