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Here’s Your (Complete) Guide to a New Class of Investments

New-age personal finance investments, demystified.

Female investors are seen as an incredible source of economic growth, more so in the MENA region, where there remains a low rate of total investment activity from women. The UAE continues on its path to become one of the fastest growing economies by offering significant investment opportunities. The impact of the pandemic was definitely felt across industries, affecting international investment markets.

However, while the pandemic may have made an initial dent in the UAE’s start-up market, the rise after the fact is noteworthy. Latest industry updates see an uptick in trends and opinions on the 2022 market and a remarkably positive view towards investments in the digital asset class. You may ask, “What are digital asset class investments?” And you wouldn’t be the first. Here, we will demystify this new-age investment and share tips on how to navigate the investment process to round out your financial security. 

Digital Asset Class Investments – Your New Friend?

Digital assets and investments created around such assets are simply referring to blockchain-based assets. Given the growth of markets for these new-age investments and other blockchain-based assets, there is growing interest from traditional investors in gaining exposure to this emerging asset class. Bitcoin was the world’s first type of digital asset launched in 2009 and, over the years, has steadily gained more acceptance. Additionally, more investors maintain a digital asset class investment portfolio alongside their traditional investments.

Since then, there has been development of many new products and service offerings in the past year. Like with all investments, there is risk involved when investing in digital asset class investments and everyone has a different appetite for risk, so do consider all aspects before undertaking this type of investment. While it’s normal to feel hesitant about starting your journey towards financial independence – for women especially – it is a necessary to step towards a brighter future with more opportunities. With the current market outlook, now is the time to do so. 

Digital Assets Investments

The Future (Is Female)

MENA nations have made considerable efforts in bridging the gender gap, and while much remains to be done, these efforts have helped lessen the constraints faced by women in regard to accessing resources while undertaking cultural norms. There is a flurry of activity in the MENA’s economic and political environment, creating unparalleled opportunities for change. The increase of women’s participation in the workforce has been preceded with targeted efforts on multiple fronts to set off a momentum of job creation, business growth, and ultimately more discretionary income to put towards investments to secure your financial future. 

Whether you’re an individual or looking to invest at a business level, an interest in digital assets investment and venture capital investment is key to financial freedom. And because financial literacy isn’t something everyone is knowledgeable on, investment companies exist to make your journey easier for you. Here are a few things to look out for when looking for the best investment company to help you with your journey:

  • Make sure you have full insight into your account and can monitor performance and trades in real-time. 
  • It’s an advantage when traders can be authorised to perform trades on behalf of you directly on their dedicated accounts.
  • Look for an investment company that can provide secured principal and profit payments that can, in turn, provide you with above-market returns
  • Look into fixed-deposit secure investments, where you have guaranteed cash flow at pre-established dates.
  • It’s important to look for a company that can identify Digital Assets Investments with significant potential, so that you can be assured of significant returns.

Looking for professional advice on how to financially secure your future? Reach out to AIX Investment Groups. As an international financial institution with over 35 years of cumulative experience in the investment advisory industry, its expertise in the industry can help you on your journey to financial independence.


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Remote Work: Empowering UAE Women

Make this trend work for you.

Ladies, it’s time to say goodbye to stressful commutes to the office and hello to more flexible career options! The rise of remote work across geographies and occupations has been noted the world over. Initially a necessary product of the Covid-19 pandemic, the remote working trend is here to stay providing greater autonomy and, the bonus for women, an opportunity to balance work and life better. The result? A happier and more diverse workforce – basically, a game changer.

A Women’s Career Cycle

The traditional 9-to-5 grind simply didn’t work for working women with personal responsibilities such as family and children, creating a dynamic where 50% to 80% of women drop out of the workforce to have families, with only 20% ever returning back to work once their children are older. And, when women return to the workforce after a significant absence, they aren’t easily able to return to the same career level and face the reality of starting at a few pay grade levels lower than when they left. For women who do return to work, they often struggle to balance their careers with family life, social obligations, and personal interests. But with the rise of remote work, women now have more flexibility to work from the comfort of their own homes, on modified schedules, and without the stress and hassle of commuting to and from a physical office.

Benefits of Remote Working

Companies have recognised the benefits of having a remote workforce. Not only does it save on office space and overhead costs, but it also allows businesses to tap into a larger pool of talent, regardless of location. But it’s not just the employers who benefit from remote work.

Women, in particular, have found that it gives them the flexibility they need to manage their work and personal lives more effectively. A Harvard Business Review study found that women who remote work from home are often more productive and satisfied than those who work in an office. They also have more time to take care of their families, pursue hobbies, and engage in other activities that are important to them.

Of course, remote work isn’t without its challenges. Here, we share some easy-to-implement tips to make the remote working experience a more positive and fulfilling one for any woman.

Top Tips for Remote Work 

Set healthy boundaries: It’s important to have clear and healthy boundaries for yourself and others you work with, particularly in a remote working situation. Simple hacks like designating a workspace that’s just for work, communicating clear working hours to colleagues and family members and sticking to them, and establishing work routines at home that you’d typically observe at the office, are all ways to create a healthy remote working experience.

Connect with your team: Working remotely can be isolating and drastically reduce social interactions that come so easily in an office environment. Frequent communication via email, instant messaging or video conferencing is, therefore, quite important.

Take breaks: Take short, frequent breaks to stretch and recharge during the workday. Breaks help keep you motivated when working from home. And don’t forget to incorporate some self-care during breaks or after working hours!

Pursue hobbies: Remote work gives you back time that you’d otherwise spend commuting. Looked at from a different perspective, it also gives you the freedom to schedule new hobbies, pursue interests and explore passions with all that extra time saved, without sacrificing your career. This also creates that healthy separation between ‘work’ and ‘life’ even when the physical separation between the two no longer exists.

With these tips, you’ll save yourself from burnout!

The Fun in Remote Work

Set your space: Create a workspace that inspires creativity and productivity (hint: no, you can’t use your bed).

Tech like a boss: Invest in the best equipment and high-speed WiFi (no more video call freeze frames or angry laptops – or their owners – throwing a tantrum).

Move it, shake it: We’ve already emphasised the importance of taking breaks to shake off stagnant energy – dance breaks are highly encouraged (bonus points if you bust a move on a conference call).

Coffee, tea & me: If coffee isn’t your jam, keep your mug filled with our natural and organic teas. A sip here, a sip there and you are having the break we’ve already mentioned. Yes, it’s so important to take breaks that we’ve mentioned it 3 times!

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So if you’re a woman who is looking to take control of your career and your life, consider exploring the world of remote work. Doing so may help add the flexibility, autonomy, and balance you’ve been craving for so long in your professional life. You might just find that it’s the perfect fit for you!

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