Forex Tools & Their Use In Successful Trading by Adrian Pablo
... Most Forex trading can be characterized as speculative, this means the trader makes buying decisions based on predictions on how the market will respond to current political or economic events, and in order to be profitable with speculation the trader requires up-to-the-minute information and an analysis of current and historical conditions. A number of tools are available to help you as a Forex trader, so you can minimize your risk and maximize your profits.
Grab Your Toolkit by Steve Welker
... For a trader to make informed and intelligent trades they need large quantities of information, the going exchange rate is just the beginning. Many of your FOREX brokers will provide the necessary information on their websites. They provide such information as historical data as well as political and economic news. Frequently successful trading will depend on being able to accurately predict if a currency is going to react negatively or positively to current economic and political conditions.
Fibonacci Retracement Basics For Stock Traders by Dave Wooding
... levels for the shorter time frame are at $54, $51 and $48, respectively, and the retracement levels for the longer time frame are at $55, $49, and $43, then the price to focus on is in the $48 to $49 range. Why is that? You have traders from the shorter time frame using Fibonacci identifying trading opportunities along with traders from the longer time frame identifying trade setups that coincide with each other. Your job is to find out where the most likely opportunity of a reversal is.
Should You Wait On Volume Before Buying A Stock? by Larry Potter
... In years gone buy, live people, making big decisions would make a move to buy stocks, and as they were buying other managers would see the action and they'd buy and so on and so on. Often volume and price appreciation "grew" on each other. But today, it's computers. Really bright fellows with slide rules (well, maybe little calculators now) and degrees decide what is the "buy area" and sell area for a basket of stocks, based on all sorts of parameters, some of which you'd never know of.
Car Buying and Lemon Law Tips by Dan Ellenwood
... So do your research to make sure you receive a fair price on your used vehicle. Stick to your guns when it comes to getting the value of your trade-in, especially if you've had your car serviced regularly. A service contract will likely be brought into the negotiation. Most consumer information shows no need to buy an extra contract on a new car, as it's not likely a problem will occur during the first months of use. Whatever you do, always read the fine print of any contract before signing it.
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... Over the years, I have bought more shares in the lows and sold them in the highs to make some 'trading' profits. But still my initial investment (I think 8 years ago) is down. Though I may not have realised it at the time, these were not investments, they were gambles. So is the stock exchange really a place for beginners? An investment is in a company that has products, a defined market and notable market share, profits, a track record and much more.
Blue Book Used Car Prices by Josh Riverside
... Blue Book prices are used for a variety of transactions: trading in the automobile to a dealer, buying a used car from a dealer, buying a used car from a private party, or selling a used car to a private party. The information is unbiased and generally used as a guideline for the entire automobile industry since it is obtained from a gamut of sources comprised of wholesale auctions, independent dealers, franchised dealers, original equipment manufacturers, rental and fleet agencies, and ...
Computers Rule Our Lives? by Jennifer Kittell
... It is easier for companies to teach a computer literate person their trade than
it is to teach a person skilled in their trade how to use a computer. This all leads to
the same conclusion: A person is more efficient and more useful if they have
computer skills over any other skill. I hate computers, but you would never know it because I spend more than seventy-
five percent of my time at home in front of the computer. I have the phone right
next to me, my cd player, and all the books ...