The world suffered an unprecedented financial crisis in 2008. From all sectors, construction and house development experienced a bubble burst and many companies filed for bankruptcy. In Spain, house prices rose sixteenfold from 1998 and 2008. Many factors influenced house prices during those years, and some of the factors are the following: Ley del Suelo […]
Introduction Austrian School of Economics emerged in Vienna at the end of the XIX century. In a certain way, it meant a rediscovery of old ideas endorsed by the Salamanca School.
I decided to write an article about telecommunication companies since there are three spanish publicly traded companies whose market prices have behaved differently in recent years.
Why people look for dividend-paying stocks? Financial independence or a complement for public pensions. These are the main reasons why many investors choose dividend-paying stocks as their core investments. A very common rule to select those stocks is the dividend yield, which is basically: Dividend yield = latest dividend payed / current price. Following this […]
I recently read an article about the decision of European Central Bank to cut the Quantitative Easing program. After approximately three years, I wondered what effects this program had on real economy.