Inflation hits 10% in the euro area but pace in Ireland moderates

By |2022-09-30T11:46:50+00:00September 30th, 2022|Investments, News|

Inflation across the euro zone hit 10pc for the first time in September in a development likely to build pressure on the European Central Bank to hike interest rates further, In Ireland the pace of price increases softened, the latest estimates from the the European Union’s statistics agency, Eurostate, show.  In September Irish consumer prices

So What’s Your Plan for the Bear Market?

By |2022-08-30T14:37:31+00:00August 12th, 2022|Financial Planning, Investments|

A lot of people are stressed out about a lot of things right now. Markets are down. Prices are up for many of the things you need to buy. Interest rates are rising and make it a confusing time to consider buying or selling a house, or making other major financial decisions. This all adds

Stock Market Returns Over Different Time Periods (1872-2018)

By |2022-01-28T12:18:30+00:00January 28th, 2022|Investments, Long-term Investing|

Putting hard-earned money in the stock market can make some people nervous. It’s well known that a correction can occur at any time, and the fear of market crashes can make even the most seasoned investors to make questionable decisions. While it’s true that putting your money on the line is never easy, the historical

Warren Buffett — 8 tips to help you come out ahead of Inflation

By |2022-01-24T09:43:45+00:00January 21st, 2022|Financial Planning, Investments|

Inflation was significantly worse than expected in October, with consumer prices soaring 6.2% from a year ago. That inflation rate was the steepest in more than 30 years, with energy, housing, food and cars leading the way. When prices began accelerating earlier this year, some experts, including the "Oracle of Omaha," rang the alarm on

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