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Regroupant des connaissances et des astuces sur l’immobilier, la bourse et les finances personnelles en France, mais également aux Etats-Unis, Invest Astuces vous permettra de faire des choix plus habiles dans vos futurs investissements.

Mais Invest Astuces est plus qu’un simple blog. Avec ses simulateurs financiers et son glossaire, Invest Astuces se veut comme une boîte à outil vous permettant de faire des choix plus éclairés dans vos futurs investissements.

Que vous soyez francophone, anglophone, expatrié ou non, n’hésitez pas à partager vos expériences et vos astuces sur ce site ou sur la page Facebook et Twitter d’Invest Astuces. Bonne lecture et bonne simulation !

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Gathering together knowledge and tips on real estate, the stock market and personal finance in France and in the USA, Invest Astuces will help guide you to make clever choices in your future investments.

But Invest Astuces is more than just a blog. With its financial simulators and glossary of French and American financial terms, Invest Astuces provides a toolbox allowing you to make more informed choices in your future investments.

Whether you are anglophone, francophone, expatriate or not, do not hesitate to share your experiences and tips on this site or on our Facebook and Twitter accounts. Enjoy!

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10 golden rules for beginner trading on the stock exchange

Par Greg & Andrea le May 1, 2019

Note: This article discusses the French stock market and is therefore primarily intended for English speakers living in France. The stock market can be a fascinating but scary place. Although it rings of opportunity and significant potential profits for some, the stock exchange can represent a risky investment, whether for financial experts or those with conservative investment strategies. A vivid example of this risk was the disastrous crash of Eurotunnel stock prices in the late 1990s.

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Six astuces pour devenir financièrement indépendant

Par Greg le April 18, 2019

L’éducation financière est plus qu’une histoire d’arithmétique et il est sans doute dommageable que celle-ci ne soit abordée que très succinctement dans les écoles. Sans mes parents, je n’aurais pas su rédiger un chèque, remplir ma première déclaration d’impôts ou comprendre la valeur des choses en rapport avec mes moyens. Mes parents m’ont appris à être responsable financièrement, ce qui est la clef pour acquérir son indépendance financière. Néanmoins, avec si peu d’éducation financière disponible, il n’est pas surprenant que peu de gens savent gérer leurs finances.

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A primer on French stock market orders

Par Greg & Andrea le April 8, 2019

Note: This article discusses the French stock market and is therefore primarily intended for English speakers living in France. When you invest in the stock market in France, there are a variety of way to purchase or sell a security on the stock exchange depending on your desired price point as well as your buying or selling strategy. Placing stock market orders usually incurs transaction costs – so if you choose an order that is not adapted to your needs, it can quickly turn into an expensive mistake!

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'US person' status: financial restrictions for American expatriates in France

Par Greg & Andrea le March 29, 2019

When you are an American citizen and you plan to become a resident of France, you should be aware that having the status of a “US person” can sometimes lead to unexpected consequences for your personal finances in France, particularly concerning whether (or not!) you will be able to open a bank account. It’s better to first prepare yourself to avoid some headaches and frustration … What is a “US person”?

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