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Robo-Advice Wars – Acorns vs Stockspot vs The Rest
“Earning 1.5% interest per year in a bank account is incredibly exciting.” Said No one. Ever. The problem was that if you didn’t want to buy a property (or couldn’t afford one) and didn’t have the time or money to see a finan
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Personal Finance Wrap
Plenty’s February Personal Finance Wrap
Every month we will be providing a summary of the biggest issues in personal finance. In February volatility returned to global markets in a big way, cryptocurrency continued to stay in the headlines and Warren Buffet offered us all so
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New Year’s Resolutions – Join the 8%
Up until the 31-Dec 2015 I did what 92% of us do; fail my new year’s resolutions – these resolutions ranged from going to the gym more to improving my golf to getting a better posture; all of these were spectacular, and sometim
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What Happened to Cryptocurrencies in January?
Last month we wrote an article about the basics of Bitcoin – since then cryptocurrencies have faced severe volatility – in January alone the price of bitcoin fluctuated more than 40%. This has resulted in bitcoin and blockchain
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Bitcoin For Dummies
You would have to be living under a rock if you haven’t heard of Bitcoin by now.  The second steepest graph I have ever seen is the bitcoin price.  The steepest is the number of people who are talking about it. My last 3 Uber Drive
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