Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Have you ever thought about how much RETURN your money in your Bank's savings account is earning you? If you're in Singapore - chances are your savings in your bank account earns you LESS than 1% per...
Investing is an essential part of everyone's financial plan. Unfortunately, many people don’t invest their savings, preferring isntead to keep a majority of it in a low-interest banks savings account which only erodes the amount due to inflation over...
Binary Option Trading in Singapore Binary Option Trading in Singapore In simple terms, Binary Option trading in Singapore, means it's a fast and extremely simple financial instrument that allows investors...
ALL ABOUT VALUE INVESTING In recent times, value investing made hugely popular by best-seller books such as 'The Intelligent Investor' by Benjamin Graham etc, have picked up a lot of mainstream interest. But do you really know what Value Investing means? Different...
Make no mistake, the currency crisis is coming. Rather than sitting back and letting it happen, protect yourself and profit from an economic upset that could basically render your dollars about as worthless as the paper they’re printed on. We saw...
If you don’t mind losing $5,000 in 10 minutes, you may enjoy trading commodity futures contracts. There’s an old saying among commodity traders: “It’s easy to make a small fortune in commodities. Just start with a large fortune!” This...
The recent implosion of the global equity markets – from Hong Kong to New York – engendered yet another round of the semipternal debate: should central banks contemplate abrupt adjustments in the prices of assets – such as stocks...
The day trader’s ultimate objective is to trade expensive and volatile stocks on the NASDAQ and NYSE markets in in increments of 1,000 shares or more, and profit from the small intra-day price movement. The day trader may make...
Origins of the Camarilla Equation Discovered while day trading in 1989 by Nick Stott, a successful bond trader in the financial markets, the ‘Camarilla’ equation uses a truism of nature to define market action – namely that most time series...

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