If you have noticed, my stand on investing in cryptocurrencies has been really shaky because it is something I don't understand too well and cannot comprehend how cryptocurrencies can become the future currency. People who call me for advice on this didn't get anything solid but skepticsm and doubt of the prospects of these cryptos. … Continue reading Crypto-Currencies: My fears solidly backed by Aswath Damodaran’s views
To all young African women or let me say sheVestors out there, it’s time to get your finances in order and plan a greater future. You might be doing ‘good’ so far from reading financial books, but remember, 'Good is an enemy of Great'. It’s time to be great and excel beyond the ordinary. You … Continue reading sheVestorAfrica Storms Africa- ‘MEET&GREETAFRICA 2017’ right at your doorstep
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As the year draws to an end, I will be sharing with you some personal finance tips that helped me manage my finances and simply life as well as investing. 1. Bank Accounts:Let's begin with bank accounts. In 2016, I stuck to the use of bank accounts as an outlet for cash inflows and simply … Continue reading Personal Finance Tips for the New Year
Today I was reviewing my Investment Coaching notes and preparing for my next session and then I came across a quote from Will Rogers that says; “Don’t gamble! Take all your savings and buy some good stock and hold it till it goes up. If it won’t go up, don’t buy it.” I think it is a … Continue reading Why you should put all your eggs in one basket
I was listening to an audio by Robert Kiyosaki on this topic, "How to find great Investments" and I'll like to share with you some lessons.Some people see saving with the banks as an investment, others refer to mutual fund investments as great investment but to Robert Kiyosaki they are not great. And I kind … Continue reading How do you find a great investment
Live with an emergency fund: I've always had something wrong with this concept of "living with emergency fund"- that's saving an amount of money that you can refer to in case of emergencies, simply because I thought I don't have enough to buy stocks and other long term securities thus why should I keep some … Continue reading Living with an Emergency Fund
This afternoon I was reading the 1st and 2nd quarter Investment Reports by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) and I must say I'm impressed about the report; not about the content but about the layout and how the content was put together. Again not that the arrangement or layout was great but just that … Continue reading Ghana Investment Report; Impressive? Find out the new developments
It's another Mutual Monday and welcome to journey to mastering mutual funds and unit trusts. With reference to my previous post, (Mutual Monday: Investment Funds (mutual funds & Unit trusts) in Ghana), let's take the funds one by one and know more about them. Let start with EPACK.EPACK is a mutual fund, established and managed by Databank Financial Services … Continue reading Mutual Monday: What you must know about EPACK, the ‘Praise-the-Lord’ fund.
Today is another Mutual Monday and welcome to my blog. In today’s post I would outline the various types of investment funds we have in Ghana and the fund managers of each. Mutual funds and Unit trusts are referred to as investment funds. Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a … Continue reading Mutual Monday: Investment Funds (Mutual funds & Unit Trusts) in Ghana.