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Value investing simply explained
Free depot comparison - simply find the cheapest depot!
Stock split explained simply - example: Apple
What is a wikifolio? Wikifolio simply explained
Price / earnings ratio (P / E) over 5 years - key figures simply explained
What exactly is a share?
A share is a share in a company, the so-called stock corporation (AG). When you buy a share you become a co-owner of the company. The owners of the shares are called shareholders.
Why stocks? How to secure your pension!
In this article we introduce some important forms of investment for beginners and discuss the possible returns, costs and risks.
How do I buy stocks?
Have you decided to invest in stocks but don't know how to go about it? We would like to give you a little help and explain how to get started in a simple way.
What is day trading?
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting Thomas Vittner. Thomas Vittner is a stock market professional and an expert on trading stocks. He is the author of several books and founded the world's first stock robo advisor in 2016.
11 years of experience with the Levermann strategy
Based on my many years of experience with the Levermann strategy, I have made some optimizations and extensions to the method.
The Levermann strategy simply explained
The Levermann strategy evaluates stocks based on 13 objective key figures. The method is simple, understandable and comprehensible.
Stock ignorance in Germany. Why do so few people invest in stocks?
Reasons for ignorance of stocks are misunderstandings, a bad gut feeling and a healthy dose of indifference.
Only 16.2% of Germans invest in stocks - what do the rest of them do with their wealth?
In 2018, around 10.3 million citizens owned shares or equity funds; that's 16.2 percent of the population. 36,5% are over 60 years old.
Price / earnings ratio (P / E) - key figures simply explained
The price / earnings ratio describes the relationship between the current share price and the annual earnings per share.