Illustration made for "Popular Finance" russian magazine
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.