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Popfin Illustrations

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  • On what's better - put all money on one company (investment-wise) or diversify.
  • About a guy, who bought a lot mechanical clocks when they were cheap. Now they cost a fortune and he's a hero or something. 
  • On raises and falls on the exchange market.
  • On insurance, with numbers.
  • On checking money for strenght (physical).
  • On standard and custom architectural projects.
  • On how country houses mortgage becomes increasingly popular.  
  • On cans and cannots of methods of increasing pension savings.
  • On how markets are unstable right now and some experts say that gold is the best investment, and how those experts are actually quite wrong.
  • "Popfin" magazine investigated, what does author's control mean during construction or renovation, why would one need it and how much should one pay. 
  • Could separate rooms in shared apartment be a suitable object for investment, like whole apartments? "Popfin" magazine tried to answer that question, as well as what sort of property are these rooms and what to expect.
  • On methods used by banks to fight card frauds. Homage on Georges de La Tour's "The cheat with the ace of diamonds".
  • Foreign banks usually don't approve mortgage requests submitted by Russian citizens, but one can buy realty abroad with help from a Russian bank. 
  • Realty prices in Moscow continue to grow in spite of all projections, and nobody knows when and if the growth will cease. 
  • This is totally new in Russia -- some supermarket chains now issue a credit card for their customers right at a counter.
  • That is a picture about second-grade unit investment trusts.