Posts Tagged ‘currency’

When Forex Is Traded

Forex trading is something is high risk with the potential for high returns but also high losses. You should do your own research before you attempt Forex trading regardless of who you go through. This form of investment isn’t for the novice trader. The largest financial market today is spot forex trading and the Bank…

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Forex and the things you need to know about

Forex or Foreign Exchange Market is the market where currency is exchanged. While this type of trading or investing can be profitable, it is also very volatile. This type of trading isn’t for the novice investor and you should do your homework before attempting to take advantage of this type of trading.   Despite having…

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Volatility In The Forex Market

A warning is in order to all the future forex traders for this market is not getting any closer to being efficient Retail investors have shifted to trading foreign exchange For those who consider Forex Trading as an option to make easy money, it shall come has a heartbreaker that the markets aren’t predictable anymore.To…

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Crash Course: Chapter 17b – Energy Budgeting (2 of 2) by Chris Martenson

Chapter 17b – Energy Budgeting (2 of 2): Petroleum has supplied the surplus energy that has allowed for social complexity, industrialization, and the modern conveniences that we enjoy. In this chapter, Dr. Chris Martenson explains that in the future our supply of surplus energy will decline due to the fact that increasing amounts of energy…

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Winnings, Consistency And Discipline

Rise in the competition in forex has made the futures commission merchants (FCMs) and the Introducing Brokers (IBs) become active in handing out prizes and attractive incentives to get more people in to their firms. One common incentive is the monetary bonus some firms even offer up to $250 for the opening of a new…

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Crash Course: Chapter 17b – Energy Budgeting (1 of 2) by Chris Martenson

Chapter 17b – Energy Budgeting (1 of 2): Petroleum has supplied the surplus energy that has allowed for social complexity, industrialization, and the modern conveniences that we enjoy. In this chapter, Dr. Chris Martenson explains that in the future our supply of surplus energy will decline due to the fact that increasing amounts of energy…

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