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  1. Trading Commodity Futures Using Support and Resistance - Paper Trading By Erich Senft
    Setting Up a Paper Trading AccountQuestion: I cannot trade with "real money" as yet; however, how do I go about setting up a paper trade account?Answer: You can paper trade various ways and it really does not require that you have anything more specialized than a notebook to track your trades and access to charts.Begin by funding your paper trading account with the amount of money you think you will really begin with, whether it is $2000 or $20,000. I would suggest that you begin with no less …


  2. Profitability And Stock Turn Rate By Linda Carter
    The inventory of the typical store represents the largest single element of its total assets. The sale of goods from this inventory is the merchant's chief source of operating profit. Thus, the way in which this merchandise investment is put to work is of utmost importance in achieving a profitable operation.To illustrate, a retailer may carry an average retail inventory of $200,000, with sales of $400,000, resulting in a 2.0 Stock Turn Rate. If this retailer had the same $400,000 sales but…


  3. Without Discipline The Market Will Crush You By Larry Potter
    Discipline. Without it, you are in a world of hurt, but unfortunately, we double talk ourselves into believing our own baloney. It will add up and crush you.Have you ever been in something, watched it fall and then made up all form of excuses for it, meanwhile every day it's heading lower? Sure you have. Have you ever won a couple in a row, and then instantly you turn into some form of stock god, and buy bigger and heavier the next time, only to see it all go down the drain? Sure you have.Many…


  4. Introduction To FOREX By Ron King
    The Foreign Exchange Market, better known as FOREX, is a worldwide market for buying and selling currencies. It handles a huge volume of transactions 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. Daily exchanges are worth approximately $1.5 trillion (US dollars). In comparison, the United States Treasury Bond market averages $300 billion a day, and American stock markets exchange about $100 billion a day.The Foreign Exchange Market was established in 1971 when fixed currency exchanges were abolished. Currenc…


  5. Angels Investors and Their Networks By Peter Viliamu
    What is an Angel Investor? An Angel is usually a private person who invests in small businesses. The Angel is generally a successful businessperson or entrepreneur who looks to invest in a business that has potential for growing their investment in the future.Angels are mainly successful entrepreneurs who may have retired. Angels can also be made up of friends and relatives who simply want to invest in a business where family are involved and where there is potential for good gain in due cours…


  6. Realistic Investing Expectations By Ioannis - Evangelos Haramis
    Over the long term stocks have provided us with great average return results. But this average return masks a great deal of volatility, because returns have fluctuated within a very wide band.This extreme volatility is the chief risk of investing in stocks, but it is a risk that tends to recede from investors' memories after a lengthy period of generally rising stock prices.Those investors new to investing in stocks may underestimate the volatility of stocks because volatility has been muted i…


  7. For Entrepreneurs A SIMPLE Plan May Be Best By Tim Knox
    Q: I own a small decorating business and I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know anything about taxes or retirement plans. I’d like to set up a 401(k) or an IRA or some other kind of retirement plan for me and my three employees. What are the various retirement plan options available for a small business owner and in your opinion, which would work best for me? -- Wanda S.A: Wanda, I appreciate your confidence in my humble opinion, but asking me for financial advice is like asking Donald T…


  8. Pairs Trading: What Is That? By Larry Potter
    Quite a few firms are getting involved with "pairs trading" and we thought we just might take a moment to explain what the term means. Pairs trading means that you simultaneously go long one stock in a sector and you go short another one. On the surface, you might be thinking, "why would anyone do that?" Well, for a couple reasons.First, in just about every sector there are a couple leaders and everyone else is a laggard. For instance, in the tech area, IBM consistently outperforms other…


  9. Before You Invest You Must Read This By Steve Parsons
    It is important to answer the following questions before you begin to invest any of your money. The answers to these questions will help to guide you to when, what, where, and how much to invest. Do not skip these questions and make sure you write it all down. You will need to look over and re-examine these answers many of times.1. Set clear goals and write them down- Develop financial goals for 1 year, 5 years, 10 years, and long term. It is extremely important that all of your short term goa…


  10. Why You Shouldn't Rely on People's Stock Picks By Teve Torbes
    Everyone is always trying to give you stock advice. I hear all the time about great new stocks that I should just put a little money in – my friends tell me that they have the inside track, and that all I have to do is put a little in and I’ll get great returns.That’s just not a good idea, however. Most of them that I have tried haven’t panned out – sometimes they do, but usually it’s the problem with trying to invest in individual stocks anyway: you’re not the only one with a hot tip. Informa…


  11. Why You Need To Buy and Sell Gold Coins (Part 2) By Steve Renner
    How to Collect Rare Coins For Fun and ProfitTime has proven that collectors tend to make the most money in rare coins because they search out "undervalued coins" and buy during market lulls. Buying in today's market climate offers you superb upside profit potential.PUT IN PERSPECTIVE – Rare coins have an extremely limited, fixed supply which has historically increased in value when demand overwhelms availability. This fact is documented in the enclosed "Dow-to-Gold Report." It clearly shows ho…


  12. Four Key Components To Building A Trading System By James Brumley
    Need some insight on what you should really be striving for when you're building a mechanical trading system? When it comes down to it, there are really only a few criteria that are used in judging the merits of a trading system. The most obvious one is profitability - does the system work? But really, there's more to it than just that. The number of wins versus the number of losses is important too, but there's a lot of latitude there if the profitability is high. The size of the average win …


  13. Short Selling for Investors By Al Thomas
    Shorts. Let’s see. If there are shorts there must be longs. Which is best? Longs or shorts?If you are trading in the stock the stock market experts like longs better than shorts. If you are “long” that means you own stock and that is “good”. If you are short you have sold stock and that is “bad”. At least that is what Wall Street preaches. And why do they want to make you believe this and is it true? Let’s examine the facts.Today I hear stories on the financial news and there are articles in t…


  14. To Retire Rich, Save and Invest Early By Russell Savige
    If you want to retire rich, start saving investing early. The most powerful tool when it comes to retiring rich, is compounding your returns on money saved when you are young. Through the power of compound interest, cash invested today has a massive impact on your wealth level when you retire.Look at it this way, assuming a retirement age of 65 and an annual compounded rate of return of 10%.* Bob is 40 years old and invests $20,000 a year for retirement.* Jenny is 21 years old and invests $5,0…


  15. Trading Systems By James Andrews
    A trading system consists of a set of rules for viewing markets and making trades. The advantages of trading systems can be hidden when they become associated with trading platforms involving trade order submission and processing. A clarification of their roles can help explain the benefits of using a trading system. This can be done without identifying a particular platform or system. Once the platform infrastructure is isolated, a brief look can be taken at why a trader can benefit from a…


  16. Coca-Cola - A Value Stock? By Henry To
    There has been much talk lately about Coca-Cola and its potential as a value stock – as it now spots a dividend yield of 2.6% (which is the highest dividend yield since the late 1980s) and a P/E or less than 21 – right at the bottom of its five-year low. Moreover, the current price of approximately $43 a share is also near the bottom of its nine-year range – (nine years ago, the last former great CEO of Coke, Roberto Goizueta, was still at the helm of the company). Sure, Coke has had its own s…


  17. The Active Trader Reveals Effective Ways To Deal With Losses By David Jenyns
    At some point in the active trader`s career, he will be faced with a string of losses that will bring his confidence to an all-time low. Every active trader hits this point at least once, and some will visit it several times. This active trader will reveal to you ways to successfully deal with this problem.First, every active trader needs to take a break from trading. A one-week break will allow the active trader to relax and regroup. It is impossible to trade effectively when the active trade…


  18. Your House Is Your Biggest Investment Do You Really Just Want a Loan Advisor? By Mike Makler
    A Loan Officer may be able to help you qualify for a loan. Is that really what you want? When you consider that your home is your biggest investment shouldn't it be part of an Entire Investment Plan?Most people don't look at their house as part of their overall financial plan. That is a huge mistake especially when you consider that for most people a house will be the biggest investment they ever make. When the house is integrated into an overall financial plan it by a qualified financial Ad…


  19. Investing and Understanding What You Buy By Ioannis - Evangelos Haramis
    "There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action!" Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832)I don't really know how cars actually work. Not really! I know how to drive them, but if you asked me how they work, I would not really know how to definitely explain it.That small technical limitation on my part doesn't stop me from knowing whether XYZ Autos is a quality company or not. I don't understand the cars they make, but I do understand XYZ Autos. Moreover, that understanding is critica…


  20. Expand Your Pool of Investors for Your Company By Heather Koppes
    If you own a company that sells complicated products and you want more investors, consider having topics on your web site that discuss the background needed to understand your products and your company. For example, if your company specializes in producing and researching monoclonal antibodies, post articles discussing exactly what monoclonal antibodies are, how they are produced and what research your company is engaged in. In some cases, it may be a good idea to work with an outside writer, …


  21. 15 Common Investing Pitfalls By Hari Wibowo
    We touched briefly about common investing pitfalls here. Here is a more comprehensive list. Some of it may happen to the more experienced investors as well. This serves as a guide for Novice Investors: Investing with debt. You should not invest when you still owe a lot of money in your credit card. Credit card interest can run to as high as 20% while in the long run, investing in the market indices can give a 10.1 % return historically. Not Starting Now. By now, you should have known that comp…


  22. Investment Strategies for Novices By Mika Hamilton
    With so many options available, novices might think that investment is just a matter of choice. But in reality, making the ‘right’ investment choice is the core of making intelligent investment. So what should be the investing strategies for novices?Asset allocation is one of the first investment strategies that should be learnt. It is the way in which you divide your investment portfolio among three primary asset classes: stocks, bonds and money markets. This can boost your potential returns …


  23. Home Loans - Online Services And Resources To Help You By Dean Shainin
    Interest rates on home loans are at the lowest they’ve been in many years. Now is a great time to take advantage of home loan financial services and resources available online. With a little education online you can get some of the best loans available on the Internet. It is well worth the time and effort to research loans online to save yourself thousands of dollars.Online home loan services and resources can help you get linked up to hundreds of home loan lenders. These services and lenders …


  24. Options Made Easy and Investor Education - Simple Enough for a 10 yr Old Kid By Bret Fogle
    How many of you out there think that the market is performing well?How many think the market is performing poorly?And how many feel the markets performance is neutral?Actually none of these answers is correct. You see, learning and reading our options made easy articles, you will realize that the market does not perform, you do. You perform!Sometimes you perform well, and other times you do not perform so well. The market doesn’t perform, it moves. It moves up, it moves down and it moves…


  25. All About Car Donations By Dave Markel
    Car donations have become a great way to help charity. People simply offer their unwanted vehicle to a charity. The charity either has a lot where the car is sold or has an auction company take care of the sale.In the United States car donations are tax deductible. This has made car donations very popular. The IRS even has a form just for those wishing to get the tax deduction. Also the charity you are going to donate to have to have "non profit" status with the IRS.In 2000 nearly 3/4 of a mil…






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