The Power of Financial Common Sense: Jonathan Edwards vs. Max Jukes

In the debate of financial common sense, the legacies of Jonathan Edwards and Max Jukes provide us with tangible evidence of the consequences of our financial decisions. Their stories emphasize the importance of financial prudence, wise investments, and legacy planning in securing a prosperous future for ourselves and our descendants.

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Demystifying Demand-Pull Inflation: Causes, Consequences, and Strategies

In the ever-evolving landscape of economics, the term “demand-pull inflation” often surfaces, leaving many pondering its implications and significance. In this comprehensive article, we will embark on a journey to demystify demand-pull inflation, dissecting its causes, exploring its consequences, and delving into effective strategies to mitigate its impact. Introduction Demand-pull inflation is a term that […]

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Why Investors Must Understand Macroeconomic Goals – A Real Informed Finance Perspective

In order to clearly understand what a ‘macroeconomy’ and its goals are, I beg to introduce the very basics of ‘economics’ so that we can add the ‘macro’ to it to make it a ‘macroeconomy’. For perspective, the term ‘economics’ is of Greek ancestry from the word “oikonomia”; a compound word derived from two simple […]

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Optimal Insurance For Investment For Beginners – A Real Informed Finance perspective

Although the subject of ‘optimality’ has been approached from various angles in the past, this article discourses it from the practicality of what it entails – efficiency. I wish to introduce you to an economic concept from my background that succinctly resonates with optimality – pareto efficiency. Pareto efficiency, sometimes referred to as pareto optimality, […]

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