The Path to Success in Currency Trading

Currency markets have grown significantly in the last one decade and have thus become a lucrative investment channel for many people who are average risk takers and yet want a bigger return on their capital. Sometimes called forex trading, currency trading operates on the basic principle of buying low and selling high. The only difference […]

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Questioning the US Treasury’s Bailout Plan

The US corporate finance sector has undergone thick turmoil in the last one decade. To an extent, the current chaos should have been seen coming, from afar. With consecutive catastrophic losses, rising and overpowering unemployment, and little government control in how institutions bear risk, it just had to happen. Bad stuff has happened, jobs have […]

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Investment Basics of Money Flow

Money Flow (MF) can be assessed and technically analyzed using various component indicators. These indicators are vital to an investor when deciding when to make entries and exits into a specific trading program. Money Flow, as an indicator, is synonymously used to refer to the Money Flow Index (MFI). It was Marc Chaikin who developed […]

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Islamic Finance World in a Scholarly Approach

Most investors outside the corridors of Islamic finance have a negative perception of trading opportunities in Islamic nations. This has been cultivated by a history of limitations posed by religious principles applied in almost all sectors of the market. It has been, and still is, a mandatory requirement that all trade be conducted in strict […]

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How to Choose the Perfect Broker

Traditionally, the only sources from which a new investor could get a broker were through broker rating guides and customer feedback surveys. This simple means are getting far outdated, especially in this information age, and better approaches need to be adopted. But the guiding principle to be upheld all through the process of choosing a […]

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How the Wall Street Government Rules

Larry H. Summers, one of Obama’s top economic advisers among other White House staff, recently released a personal financial disclosure form. The Obama White House is making thousands of millions dollars from Wall Street for themselves. Simmers earned US$5.2 million as compensation from D.E. Shaw in 2008, US$2.7 million as speaking fees for several Wall […]

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