Calculus Knight
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Start Investing - France
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I am not interested in watching stock exchange rates all day long. I just want to place it somewhere and let it grow Your intuition is spot on! To buy & hold is the sensible thing to do. There ...

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Saving for a non-necessity
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Your question is rather direct, but I think there is some underlying issues that are worth addressing. How to save and purchase ~$500 worth items. How to evaluate if a purchase is appropriate. ...

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What are my options to make my money work for me?
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As stated in the comments, Index Funds are the way to go. Stocks have the best return on investment, if you can stomach the volatility, and the diversification index funds bring you is unbeatable, ...

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Physical replication ETFs that do not pay out dividends
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To expand on the answer of @user11865 , you can also look these ETFs with the keyword "accumulation", as opposed to "distribution". i.e. Instead of distributing the dividends, these are reinvested, ...

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How to buy a house without being over-exposed to real estate
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A common misconception Your premise is wrong: that 90% of your portfolio isn't invested in real state, it's spent in a home and a home is not an investment. Notice that you already had the answer, ...

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Are there tax-advantaged plans/accounts in Europe without age restriction?
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Another countries with tax advantaged accounts are: Sweden: ISK (Investingsparkskonto = Investment Savings Account) France: PEA (Plan d'Epargne en Action or shared savings plan) In addition to those, ...

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Recommended education path for a future individual investor?
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My plan is that one day I can become free of the modern day monetary burdens that most adults carry with them and I can enjoy a short life without these troubles on my mind. If your objective is to ...

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