TOP 10 Crowdfunding Sites

by Michael on March 24, 2015

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I was recently checking out the process of CROWDFUNDING as I was discussing with a friend possibilities of raising money online for a project, and this method sprung to mind. Basically Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising monetary contributions from a large number of people, typically via the internet. The […]

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St. Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2015
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In a very simple message (if I could I would put this text into green, but I do not know how, dohh) I would like to say a VERY VERY, HAPPY ST. PATRICK’s DAY to all my Irish friends, readers and people wherever they are in the world. Tonight I will raise my beer in a […]

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March 17, 2015
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After typing in my blog name (MONEYOGRAPHY) to the behemoth search engine that is GOOGLE, I came across its name in a website called TRAFFICIP. This site provides summary information any website such as ALEXA traffic ranking, Google pagerank, IP address, estimated value, page hits etc. This is a good page to keep referenced and […]

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March 16, 2015
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01e29bb8e1b78ca9a584b9712643a56c5083a4d7eb13ed99b9During the last holiday season, I spent a few days with my ageing parents who I had not seen for a while. Whilst there I relaxed with bracing walks along the cliff tops pounded by 100mph gale force winds and lashing rain and getting chilled to the bone (I still have the scars, lol). As […]

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March 13, 2015
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Are any of you guys out there CLASHERS ? eg Clash of Clan (CoC) gamers ? I just read on THINK GAMING website that CoC makes the following numbers : Daily Revenue of   1,699,874 USD Daily installs of       107 841 Daily active users    5 524 805 Number 01 in the […]

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FACEBOOK INITIAL SHARE PRICE – $38 a SHARE, Can you afford one ?

May 15, 2012

Yesterday I wrote about the 100 Billion USD IPO that FACEBOOK was undertaking (as if you did not not know about that). However today the social media giant FACEBOOK says it is increasing the price per share that originally it was proposing to the public. FACEBOOK initially said that more than 337 million shares it is […]

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5 Reasons Why I Trade

May 3, 2012

I think there comes a time (especially when the market is in a downturn and the screens are red) when we all have to ask ourselves why are we investing / trading. It might be a silly question to most, but I decided to put pen to paper and come up with 5 good reasons […]

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Rent Payments

April 26, 2012

Guest Post I have been trying to decide whether it is possible for me to get out of the endless renting cycle, which is really just draining my funds and leaving me with very little to show (aside from the temporary roof over my head), and to finally buy a home.  It just seems like […]

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January 5, 2012

One problem that I hear more and more about these days is identity theft.  In todays hi-tech computer internet age this appears to be getting easier and easier as hackers get more sophisticated and ordinary people like us are so laid back about internet use we commonly forget the dangers. Identity theft is the stealing […]

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The 5 most expensive bottles of wine in the World

September 28, 2011
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The Times recently published a list of the 5 most expensive bottles of wine. Despite being partial to a small tipple of wine each evening (okay I lied about the “small”), I don’t think there is any chance of me getting my taste buds around any of the wines on this list:  1. CHATAU LAFITE (An […]

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September 7, 2011

When you were at school, did you learn about money ? I bet the answer is NO. For myself it was not until I took A-Level Economics that I learnt about the Monetarism and the Money Supply, taxation policies, the accelerator effect,… etc : but even so THIS WAS NOT REAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION.  Most of […]

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