Guest Post

Re-set your career with a working holiday

March 24, 2015

Locked into the drudgery of 9 to 5, spending seemingly endless hours in the confines of a cubicle, doing a job that means nothing to you, is not a recipe for financial freedom or personal fulfillment. As miserable as this can be, it can be hard to see a way out. A few years ago […]

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History of Currency – The Greek, Egyptian, and Byzantine Government.

February 16, 2015

As early as c. 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Aristotle explained the need for a currency exchange system in the ancient world, and by implication the limits of a pure barter system, in the following words: ‘When the inhabitants of one country became more dependent on those of another, and they imported what they needed, […]

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What Are Stock Options?

February 4, 2015

What are stock options? Have you ever asked yourself this question after hearing someone mention the topic casually? This type of trading has become increasingly popular over the years and for good reason. However, if you’re still unsure what they are, keep reading as we cover the subject thoroughly. The Basic Definition Put simply, options […]

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4 Mistakes To Avoid During Your Entrepreneurial Career

January 31, 2015

Anyone who has conducted business will tell you how challenging it is. After you create a viable product or service, the next step is to find a market willing to purchase. Then you get to scale your business and make critical decisions that define your company’s roadmap. In essence, there is no silver bullet to […]

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In a career rut? Here’s what to do

January 30, 2015

Your career is in a rut. You head to work, sit at your desk and try to have a cheeky wee snooze – all while your boss stares at you with reproach. But you don’t care. You can’t crunch numbers anymore. You need a change. It’s a rising feeling that happens to the best of […]

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Economic Implications Of Cheap Oil

January 8, 2015

When oil broke through the critical $50 per barrel barrier early in January, consumers around the world were celebrating. Cheap oil translates into lower costs at the pump, which means that you can go further on less money, and you’ll have more disposable income in your wallet. But that doesn’t quite tell the whole story, […]

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