We Need to Change Our Approach to Work and Life

Nowadays, we are living in an exceptional period for those who want to work toward financial independence and financial success. I know, today everybody in the personal finance environment talks about things like financial independence, early retirement, and passive income, some by providing useful and interesting tips, and others by telling fairy tales about the … Continue reading We Need to Change Our Approach to Work and Life

Now the most urgent problem is to ensure the liquidity to companies and consumers

The effects that the Coronavirus pandemic will have on the economy are almost impossible to estimate with the data that we have today, however, the situation is not looking cool. I live in Brescia, in the north of Italy, the area that has been hit the most by this outbreak so far. Here, I have … Continue reading Now the most urgent problem is to ensure the liquidity to companies and consumers

How FC Barcelona became the top-earning football club in history

According to data provided by Deloitte in their “Football Money League” report, which focuses on ranking football clubs around the world based on their revenue, last year’s top earner was FC Barcelona, which was able to generate a revenue of €840.8m. By doing that, the Spanish team became also the first club to break the … Continue reading How FC Barcelona became the top-earning football club in history

Why Ray Dalio Says “Cash is Trash”

On January 21, the billionaire founder of the hedge fund “Bridgewater Associates” Ray Dalio, in an interview on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland said that in the current financial and economic environment cash is trash. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZyWVxGXPHo&feature=emb_title Ray Dalio is one of the greatest hedge fund managers of all time, born … Continue reading Why Ray Dalio Says “Cash is Trash”

Last week has been the worst in financial markets since the 2008 financial crisis

Last week, as a consequence of the growing fear over the economic effects of coronavirus, global stock markets have had their worst week since the financial crisis of 2008. Wall Street has slumped from record-breaking highs to the lowest point since 2016, with more than $5tn (£3.9tn) wiped off the value of global markets over the … Continue reading Last week has been the worst in financial markets since the 2008 financial crisis

Why Bitcoin Is Not a Proper Currency

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have the serious potential to revolutionize the financial world as we know it in the next few years. They have the possibility to recast the way we make payments, buy goods and services, and more. One of the main revolutionary factors that they have led is that bitcoin is a decentralized … Continue reading Why Bitcoin Is Not a Proper Currency