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“Capital in the Twenty-First Century” – a comprehensive master piece on world Economy and the reign of inequality

Capital in the Twenty-First Century

Capital in the Twenty-First Century

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Returns of Shares

The returns of shares are fortune that a shareholder gains directly because of his ownership of shares. It is the immediate cause for investors to deal with shares.

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Index Tracker Fund

Index tracker fund (also known as index funds, tracker funds, and index trackers) is defined as a collection of securities that resemble the composition of an index. The most special feature of index tracker fund is that it buys all or part of the components in an index to build portfolio and adjust its ingredients while shares are deleted or added into the index. Thus its aims at replicating the movement of an index and obtain the profit at average market level.

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What is Economics…And Why Should I Care? Part 2

Yesterday, In Part 1 we discussed economics terminology as it relates to your household budget. Today, let’s create a real example of the terminology in action.

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What is Economics…And Why Should I Care? Part 1

Instead of giving you a definition of economics, I’m going to give you an example that works on a microeconomic level but also helps explain macroeconomics by way of analogy. This week, we will look at your home and household budget as its own economic ecosystem.

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Introducing Everyday Economics

Whenever people start talking about economics, something in the air changes. For most of us, the air becomes filled with a little buzzing noise that interrupts our train of thought and makes it impossible to actually understand what those trained economic savants are saying. Eventually, the buzz transforms into a completely formed thought–usually something along the lines of, “What should I make for dinner tonight?” Or, “I’ve got to pick up the dog from the vet.”

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EconGuru Economics and Finance Knowledge Base

Since its inception in 2006, EconGuru has never stopped in delivering useful and original content for eager minds that crave Economics and Finance knowledge. Just yesterday we decided to migrate the entire CMS of EconGuru from hand shaped SSI and PHP scripts to the blogging platform WordPress. It’s one of the finest CMS we can find on the web that is easy to use and customize, secure and handily facilitates multi-authoring. Say goodbye to custom coding and embrace the era of blogging.

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