For many investors, a fund savings plan is a useful way to build up capital over the long term. To make sure this works, our expert Johann Griener has 5 useful tips for getting over difficult market times.
As an investor, you will come across several parties or institutions in the fund selection and securities account opening process.
In this blog we analyse the different types of risk that one should be aware of before investing in a fund. We show which considerations should be made regarding the time of entry and the investment period.
Yields on corporate bonds in both the investment grade and high-yield segments have risen significantly in recent months. This means that there are currently interesting entry levels again.
Our expert Johann Griener explains in his blogpost how to take advantage of this opportunity with a corporate bond fund.
Actively managed funds and ETFs – what is the difference? Behind an actively managed fund there are always fund managers who influence the composition of the fund and actively look after the weighting of individual securities. Actively managed funds can therefore react to different market phases and are realigned by the fund managers if necessary. […]
There are many reasons to make income-oriented provisions – be it to provide for retirement or maternity leave, to save for larger investments or to finance the education of children or grandchildren.
Interest rates are back, which means that investing in bonds and bond funds again offers opportunities for attractive returns. Our expert Johann Griener explains how a bond fund works and what you should bear in mind when investing.
After many years of low interest rates, the tide has turned in recent months. This is also creating some opportunities on the bond market again, as our expert Johann Griener explains in his article.
The year 2022 was marked by several crises. Accordingly, the war in Ukraine, the rise in inflation and the energy crisis were also much discussed topics on our investment blog. We look back at the most read posts in 2022.
Consumer prices, interest rates, purchasing managers’ sentiment, bond yields, stock market prices, corporate profits, commodities – all these influence the financial markets. We provide an overview of the most important charts that fund managers pay attention to.