Diversification, let’s talk about it! 🔊 ‘We were not taught about investing when growing up.’ This sentence has been uttered multiple times by attendees during our monthly Ndovu Academy webinars. A quick internal poll on this issue produced the following results: However, when we changed… Read More »Diversification – What is it?
When it comes to selecting an investment partner, there are several questions that arise in the investor’s mind. Undoubtedly, the first one is on safety. (Pro tip: To learn more about the other questions that you should be asking, visit Ndovu Academy 🤓 ) So… Read More »Safety: Is my money secure with Ndovu?
We recently told you about the Government of Kenya Infrastructure Bond opportunity (Issue number IFB1/2021/021). Here are some facts about the opportunity we thought you should know: The Government was looking to borrow Kshs 75 Billion. The bids received were worth a staggering Kshs 151… Read More »A breakdown of the Government of Kenya Infrastructure Bond
To put it simply, trading is a skill of perfectly timing the market whereas investing is the art of wealth creation through compounding and reinvesting profits in interest and dividends over years by holding quality assets in the market. Traders’ main focus is usually on the price movement of stocks in the market. If the price of an asset significantly goes higher than how it was when it was bought, traders take this opportunity to sell the stock and gain a profit.
Money doesn’t come easy, and being good with money is about more than just making ends meet. Life is much easier when you have good financial skills. If you’re struggling with money management issues such a living paycheck to paycheck despite making more than enough money, then here are some tips to improve your financial habits.