Factor investing has seen massive growth recently. It is starting to be used a lot by professional investors but is still very much underutilized by retail investors. As I see it, factor investing is pretty much the most overlooked and important concept in investing. In this article, I will give an overview of factor investing […]
We are in the days where computers and automated systems are simplifying processes and transactions all over the world. As with all sectors, the financial world has joined other sectors using technology to streamline its operations and transactions. Quant hedge funds are the result of the evolution of technology. Forget about the traditional hedge funds […]
it’s critical to understand the two stages of retirement: accumulation and decumulation—and how to increase your odds of keeping your money during retirement.
In this article, I will go deep on 14 of Ben Graham’s most famous quotes and discuss their meaning. There is a lot to be learned, so hold on for an educational ride.
You have likely come across the terms “paper trading” and “live trading” a lot on Aikido finance. But, what do they mean? How do they work? We’ll answer all these questions (and more) in this article.
A brokerage firm’s main purpose is to act as a middle man between a buyer and a seller to facilitate a transaction.This blog will break down these differences as well as explain the process by which both brokerage firms and market makers earn money.
Interactive Brokers (IBKR) are one of the most popular online brokers and charge some of the lowest fees out there. So today I’m going to discuss why I use Interactive Brokers, and the exact steps that are needed to open an IBKR account. You can find a link to open your Interactive Brokers account in the description or show notes!
Impact investments have a verifiable good social and environmental impact as well as a financial return. They can help alleviate poverty, eliminate hunger, achieve sustainable development, improve access to excellent healthcare and education, achieve gender equality, assure justice, and promote peace.
An individual’s investment portfolio can be their single largest carbon footprint. Optimizing your portfolio to reduce this carbon footprint should be at the forefront of your mind.
You’ve made the decision to invest your money into stocks and bonds at the height of a financial slowdown. You have researched, planned, and made the calculations, and now you’re beside yourself with anticipation and excitement.