by CI Staff
MoneyChimp is a website that was created to educate investors by providing basic information on investing and investing terms. It also features several different types of calculators for taxes, capital gains, retirement, inflation and more.
On the home page you see different topic titles and links underneath the titles that provide information on that topic. For example, information regarding index funds sits on the top left-hand side. Featured topics there have included “Why index investing makes sense,” “What indexes and index funds are” and “How much are stocks worth?” By clicking on the links under the topic "How Much Are Stocks Worth?", investors can learn the logic of stock valuation using different models. If you often find yourself confused by official economic reports, MoneyChimp.com has a guide to economic indicators and several other useful tools to help analyze the economy. There are links to graphs explaining bond yields, compound interest and more.
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