Technology is changing how we use financial services. It’s driving down costs, creating new ways to save your money and giving more control over your money.

Fintech’s exciting – but how can this digital disruption benefit you as an investor or pension save?

Our fintech and digital wealth blog discusses the changes that technology is bringing to Ireland.

Please remember that this blog is not financial advice. To receive advice using Moneycube, click here to contact us.

How do I manage my financial affairs effectively?

Introducing Moneydocs At Moneycube, we’re big believers in helping you take control of your money. That’s why we’ve created Moneydocs. You can download it here. DOWNLOAD What does Moneydocs do? It’s a place for you to record your key financial information – both to make it easier for you to run your financial life, and … Continued

Question of the month: how should I invest €150,000?

We recently sold our house in a busy commuter town to move to the country, as we are both able to work mostly from home and felt we could get a house for less and do something with the difference. We did better than expected on the sale and, combined with our savings, have just … Continued

Easiest way to invest in Vanguard S&P 500 in Ireland

‘Never bet against America’, says legendary investor Warren Buffett.  He’s among many who have suggested that investing in the S&P 500 is a viable approach for many investors with a long-term horizon.  So what’s the S&P 500, why is it of interest to an Ireland-based investor, and how can you access it? What is the … Continued

Investing with a direct debit: drip, drip, drip

Is there space in your monthly budget for a regular investment?  There are a lot of benefits to the drip-feed approach. It’s not long since you needed a large chunk of cash to start investing.  That’s changed now, and Moneycube can arrange investments of as little as €250 per month. Each month, your money will … Continued

GameStop: what does it mean for Irish investors and pension savers?

If you’ve picked up the business news this week you’ll likely have heard about Reddit users taking on hedge funds through the group Wallstreetbets. So what’s going on, where will it lead, and what does it mean for investors based in Ireland? GameStop is a US-based seller of video games (they have about 30 shops … Continued

Easiest way to invest in QQQ in Ireland

Some funds just capture the imagination.  QQQ’s one of them.  Formed in 2002, this technology-focused fund has grown by over 1,000% (yes, one thousand per cent) since that time. And the good news is that there are several ways to access it depending on the size and shape of your investment. What is QQQ? Known … Continued

Investing in blockchain in Ireland

It’s been said many times that data is the new oil.  Putting your money into big oil delivered massive returns in the 20th century.  Could investing in big data do the same in the 21st? There’s no doubt that there is a huge and growing demand for data management, processing and storage for the world’s financial, … Continued

Vanguard socially responsible (SRI) funds review

Vanguard index funds and ethical investing are two of the biggest investing trends in Ireland today. So what happens if you put both of them together? Here’s our review of Vanguard’s SRI (socially responsible investment) or ethical fund offering for Irish investors. Read on to find how you can construct an ethical portfolio for your … Continued