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  • Using Your Health Savings Account to Pay for International Travel  By : Wiley Long
    Thousands of U.S. citizens are taking advantage of the low cost and high quality of foreign hospitals by traveling abroad for medical treatment. The savings are often 75 percent or more, and the entire cost of treatment may even be payable with tax-free money from a Health Savings Account.
  • Tenant Loans - Buying A Car With An Unsecured Loan  By : Carol Jameson
    When you're a tenant and you're looking to raise some finance for a new car, there are a number of options at your disposal but which one is right for you? This article looks at the key differences to put you in the driving seat.
  • Think and Grow Rich  By : Elise Fisher
    If you do not see great riches in your imagination you will never see them in your bank account. Thinking positively can bring wealth into your life.
  • Financial Advice From Robert Kiyosaki  By : Elise Fisher
    Robert Kiyosaki has written many books that help people get out of debt and start on their path to wealth. One of these books is called Rich Dad Poor Dad.
  • Correcting The Common Misconceptions About Filing Bankruptcy  By : Jon Arnold
    Many people may claim to know bankruptcy law, but there are many misconceptions and downright wrong ideas about it. Understand what bankruptcy is and what it is not, and find out the truth behind the common misconceptions.
  • Lloyds TSB receives Euromomey Awards for Excellence.  By : -ddd-
    Results of the latest survey by Lloyds TSB portray the overall positive view of the UK economy, but report statistically significant drop in companies’ optimism and in their expectation of an expansion, or of meeting their profit goals. Experts predict economic slowdown.
  • Students From Low-Income Families Can Obtain a College Education Through the Pell Grant  By : Elise Fisher
    What a Pell grant is, who is eligible, and where to get one.
  • Give your children a welcome financial boost  By : Jay Smith
    The Child Trust Fund is a new scheme that guarentees great tax-free savings for your child.
  • The New Retirement Attitude: Today's 60 is Yesterday's 40  By : Lin Schreiber
    If I say "retirement," what are the first five words that come to your mind? If they are "leisure," "relaxation," "comfort," "golf" and "old age," you're thinking about yesterday's retirement. This is the 21st century, when the new 60 looks like the old 40. And when retiring means "growth," "new opportunities," "excitement," "challenge," and "self-discovery." Do these new definitions match your retirement vision?
  • Dubai a spectacular place to invest  By : Nicholas Marr
    Dubai property has excited investors all over the globe but notably absent are the US investors I examine why this is and look at speculation concering the Dubai Real Estate Market
  • Don't Attempt Bankruptcy Without Knowing Bankruptcy Law  By : Jon Arnold
    The new bankruptcy laws are so complex with so many requirements that you should not attempt it without a bankruptcy attorney or a very thorough understanding of the federal laws as well as the laws in your state, since the laws vary from state to state.
  • Funding Education  By : Michael DeLion
    Paying your way through your studies is often a difficult task, particularly with the burden of studying and teaching-contact students bear during their schooling (which makes an employment of any value particularly hard to hold down). For this reason, students can often find themselves lost when it comes to funding their degree - overdrafts and student loans appear to be the order of the day.
  • Seven Illusions, Delusions & Downright Lies about Retirement  By : Lin Schreiber
    You've heard most of them before. They seem like well-meaning retirement advice. But, BEWARE. The following illusions, delusions and downright lies about retirement can be dangerous to your retirement well-being:
  • Church Fundraisers Get An Upgrade  By : John Reed
    Churches with funding issues are constrained at the times they need to be most effective. Pastors are employing innovative tactics to bring the needed funding in without over burdening church members. Its Easier, faster and more effective than regular fund raising techniques.
  • History of Stock Exchanges  By : Ibrahim
    The courratiers de change were concerned with managing the debts of agricultural communities on behalf of the banks and these men also traded in debts. These men were the first brokers.

    In the middle of the 13th century, Venetian bankers traded in government securities. In 1351, the Venetian Government outlawed spreading rumors about lowering the price of government funds. Because of this rumor people in Pisa, Verona, Genoa and Florence also started trading in government securities which was possible because there were independent city states ruled by a council of powerful citizens during the 14th century.
  • Car Finance Advice  By : Bruce Evans
    Car financing has constantly evolved and come up with new and innovative ways to allow people to benefit. The latest in car financing is Novated car leasing, popular in countries like Australia and the UK, Novated car leasing allows an employee to lease a car while the employer agrees to pay the instalments. The employee in return agrees to receive lesser pay till the lease finishes. Novated car leasing allows both the employee and the employer the opportunity to access a wider variety of cars at lower costs.
  • History of the United States and Chinese Stock Exchanges  By : Steven Cancel
    A distant look into the past of the United States and Chinese stock exchanges.
  • Poor Women  By : Pam Kennett
    Despite years of legislation aimed at addressing the earning power of women, women still lag behind men in the earning stakes. This article provides an explanation as to why this is the case and how our mental attitude and financial conditioning gets in the way of us being successful. It suggest ways in which women can turn that conditioning around and become rich and powerful.
  • Current Money Trends  By : Ibrahim
    World Trade Organization negotiations aims to lower barriers to trade around the world, focusing on making trade fairer for developing countries. Talks have been hung over a divide between the rich, developed countries, and the major developing countries. Agricultural subsidies are the most significant issue upon which agreement has been hardest to negotiate. By contrast, there was much agreement on trade facilitation and capacity building.
  • $500 Overnight Is Not Impossible  By : Brian Jenks
    Sometimes a quick jolt of cash can be all that is needed to turn around a situation. There are other problems that can be helped by parents, siblings, or best friends stepping up and offering a loan to make a bad situation better.
  • Weighted Average Cost of Capital WACC, Commodity Historic Prices, Index Prices, and Country Risk  By : Brad Smith
    There are many terms associated with stock market trading. Below are some of the terms explained ie Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC), Commodity Historic Prices, Index Prices, Country Risk and many others
  • Credit Card Fraud: How to Protect Yourself  By : Peter Kenny
    There are some simple steps that you can take to help protect yourself from credit card fraud
  • Student Credit Cards For Beginners  By : Jeremy Zongker
    Almost all students have and use student credit cards. Some of the students use them wisely and build for them an early credit history but others accumulate lots of debts that would have to be paid off once the student life is over. Students that have a credit card should learn how to take charge and manage their own finances as soon as possible, because the time between teen years and adulthood is very short.
  • Get Rich Fast With 5 Easy To Do Principals  By : Brian McCoy
    See how you can get rich fast. There are 5 simple principals to create riches fast.
  • College Student Credit  By : James Marshall
    For many people, credit is a Catch-22: They can't get approved for credit because they don't have a credit history, but they can't build a credit history without first being approved for credit. Luckily for them, college students don't tend to have this problem. Credit card companies view them as low risk, at least compared to other young people with no credit, and so they're willing to give them a first chance.
  • Credit Card Types: Unsecured  By : Peter Kenny
    There are two basic credit card types: secured and unsecured
  • International organizations of Finance and Trading  By : Ibrahim
    European Common Market
    GATT = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
    G8
    IMF = International Monetary Fund
    OPEC = Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
  • Choosing the Best among Home Mortgage Finance Options  By :
    There are many options when it comes to home mortgage finance. The mortgage lender will explain in detail about the working of each and every program and you should get it in writing. The most popular home mortgage finance options are discussed in this article in detail.
  • Mortgage: The Key Points that You Should Know  By :
    A proper understanding of how the process of mortgage works helps find the right solution to own our dream home. You can learn basics of mortgages in this article for a better knowledge of mortgage terms to get the best deal from the lenders.
  • Finding the Best and Right Mortgage Loans  By :
    The home mortgage might be biggest personal financial commitment of a borrower in his or her lifetime hence, it becomes very important to choose the right kind of home mortgage to save money as well as save from headaches which might crop up in the future. Read on to find how to choose the best and right mortgage loans to own your dream home.
  • The Fundamentals of Forex Trading for Beginners  By : Andrew Daigle
    Forex trading is becoming a very popular trend among people who are looking for some financial freedom, free from the hassles of conventional 9 to 5 jobs. The financial freedom with minimal efforts is the most appealing feature of this trading.
  • Credit Market: Credit Repair Whiz  By : michelle simms
    It looks like First Premier Bank of South Dakota has agreed to refund $4.5 million dollar to New York consumers based on illegal and deceptive marketing tactics. Since everything we do today is unfairly linked to the credit score, it will cost these victims more than they think.
  • How to Find Adverse Credit Secured Loans  By : Paul Anderson
    In today’s often volatile economy it is not usual for anyone to suddenly find themselves more in debt then they had planned. This can be due to unexpected expenses such as might result from an illness or accident or even the loss of income due to a lay off from work.
  • How to get Good Secured Loans  By : Paul Anderson
    If you’ve been considering taking out a loan then now is probably the best time to do it. There are secured loans available for a variety of purposes and all you need is something such as the equity in your home to use as collateral.
  • There are Bad Credit Secured Loans Available  By : Paul Anderson
    Today it is all too easy to get caught up in a cycle of increasing debt from which there sometimes seems to be no escape. Often this is caused by someone running up credit card debt that they think they can handle, but then having something unexpected happen like loss of a job, or an illness.
  • Where to find the Cheapest Secured Loans  By : Paul Anderson
    If you’re thinking about making a secured loan, you’ll want to find the cheapest secured loans available, but may not be sure where to look. This is particularly true if you haven’t taken out a loan in a while and think that you still have to wander around to banks or mortgage companies in order to get such a loan.
  • You can Easily Locate the Best Rates for UK Secured Personal Loans  By : Paul Anderson
    It used to be a very time consuming process to find the best rates for UK secured personal loans. You had to telephone many different banks or mortgage companies to check their rates and then when you decided on one you had to personally appear to file out a lengthy application.
  • Win at Forex With a Master Mind  By : Aaron Stokes
    Get inside the mind of a winning Forex trader and discover what areas might be hindering your success. The psychology of the 5% who win more than they lose is of vital importance and may be easier to cultivate than one might think. Learn the first steps towards taking hold of your financial destiny in this easy to read article.
  • How Can Your Free Credit Score Affect Your Life  By : Craig Thornburrow
    It is important that you know how your score is determined and what score is at all times. Credit will affect your life in a lot of ways on a daily basis. You have to keep up with what it is so that you can better manage your finances. Find out how your score is determined and how you can find out what it is.
  • What are the 5 Laws of Money?  By : Dennis Ng
    In Physics, there are certain laws, such as the Law of Gravity that stays true regardless of time. When it come to Personal Finance, there are also certain laws. In fact, there are 5 Laws of Money that if you comply with would lead to wealth and riches. What are these 5 laws of money, let me share with you in this article.
  • Why New Home Sales Predictions Were Wrong  By : Kristin Gabriel
    Homes for sale that come on a healthy market disappear fast, which takes down the average listing time, causing inventory to go back on the market at increased prices. The reality is that it is the responsibility of the broker or loan officer to determine if the borrower can indeed make the monthly payents.
  • How to Avoid Foreclosure - Future Money and Loans  By : Ivan Cuxeva Jr
    Having a home is the one thing that gives property owners a great feeling of accomplishment and creates a positive attitude towards life as well.
  • Alternatives To Car Dealership Financing  By : Jessica Peterson
    Everyday many people resort to car dealership financing in order to purchase a car. What not everybody knows is that
  • Easy To Follow & Profitable FOREX Signaling Service  By : Kousha Roudbari
    Over a short period of time, the foreign exchange market has managed to become the world’s largest financial market. Until recently, only large trading houses could utilize the potential of the FOREX market, but the widespread use of the internet and other communication devices have opened up the FOREX arena not just to small and medium traders, but also to individual investors.
  • 7 Thoughts on MONEY!  By : Bjorn Brands
    Money will have a great influence on your life . In this article we’ll explore what influence money will have on the lives of you and me when you don't know. With 7 thoughts I will show you what 95 out of 100 people don't think of.
  • Healthy Body, Healthy Trading Mind  By : Larry Swing
    In trading, with money at stake, this is especially important. Every ounce of emotional and mental condition must be preserved and cared for. If not, the cost can be dear.
  • The 10 Truths of Financial Success and Happiness  By : Kent Irwin
    A recent survey of books about losing weight or becoming rich found the words “instant,” “easy,” and “secret” in their titles. The concept of financial success, though, has no secret formulas for easy instant results. Here we’ll explore the keys that would be more aptly titled: The 10 keys to slow financial success and happiness.
  • Wny Practice Trading Is So Crituical  By : Loredana Sargu
    When you are new at this game called the stock market, you will find it necessary to start off with the basics. Milk not meat! If you only knew what we know, after years of trading and teaching students, you would do whatever we tell you and never break a rule. It is so hard to watch students jump before they are ready, but I see it time after time. I call this the READY - FIRE - AIM syndrome. Believe me, I so understand where you are at - I started the exact same way.
  • How To Find The Property Bargains in Spain?  By : Steven Magill
    At the end of the day, if you’ve done your research and are happy with the price you paid, then you’ve surely succeeded in finding one of the many property bargains in Spain.
  • Pay Your Next Holidays with BetterTrades  By : Loredana Sargu
    If you visit a mall or retail store these days you will be bombarded by hoards of frantic shoppers. People are expected to pay as much, or more, on gifts this year than they did last year. This creates wonderful opportunites for traders! Find and trade those retail stocks that will see the biggest benefit from holiday shoppers and you can pay for your holiday gifts from these trades.
  • Want To Buy A Car After Graduation? Opt For Driver's Edge Card For College Students  By : CreditWisdom
    There are very few people who have not heard of Citibank. The renowned company serves and caters to the needs of frequent travelers, business personnel as well as students. The Citi Driver's Edge Card for College Students is one such card that caters to the needs of students. The card is part of the Thank You Network.
  • Better Trades Turning Point  By : Loredana Sargu
    Recently in a Denver LEAPS class, I was teaching some tips on drawing support and resistance and how to read some basic candlesticks patterns to fine tune an entry into a trade. I was explaining how I get great entries by using the prior days' low (for a down trade) and the prior days' high (for an up trade) to confirm the stock direction.
  • Business Owners' Views of Business Credit Cards  By : CreditWisdom
    There are quite a number of reasons why business owners choose to obtain business credit cards, but recent studies confirm that business credit cards are viewed most useful for keeping business and personal finances separate. Business owners say that their primary reason for using business credit cards is to avoid their business expenses from getting mixed up with their personal expenses: Using business credit cards separates the two, thereby contributing towards maintaining the integrity of their accounting records.
  • The Seven Benefits of Annual Business Valuations for Family Businesses  By : Robert M. Clinger III
    Most owners of privately-held businesses believe that they know what their company is worth. In many cases, these business owners are biased in their views towards the firm, and therefore, have an inflated sense of value associated with the business. Without a formal valuation of the company, the business owner often has nothing other than a gut feeling to support the value that they attach to the business.
  • Avoid These Top Financial Mistakes  By : Kent Irwin
    Unlike the advertisements for Las Vegas tell us, mistakes do follow us throughout our lives. One bad financial decision or a failure to properly plan for our future can take years to remedy. Educate yourself to make wise financial decisions.
  • US Export Promotion Targets PRC  By : Wolfgang Jaegel
    The DOC recently released the 2007 National Export Strategy, which outlines the Bush administration's priorities for promoting U.S. exports in the coming year.
  • How do you determine your net worth?  By : Pam Kennett
    There are numerous 'how to' guides which help you achieve your life goals or transform your finances but how many of these focus on what to do at a very practical level. This article looks at how organising your filing cabinet and preparing balance sheets and profit and loss statements can provide invaluable insight to help you achieve your life goals.
  • How Do I Calculate Finance Charges?  By : Peter Kenny
    Having some knowledge of how to calculate finance charges is always a good thing
  • The Asian Financial Crisis 10 Years on in the Land of Smiles  By : Wolfgang Jaegel
    It is the tenth anniversary of the Asian financial crisis and we consider, "will it happen again?" First we need to know what happened. The crash itself came fast and furious. But the lead up to it started around 3 years prior and was characterized by a period of exceptional growth and a feeling of economic omnipotence from within Thailand.
  • Fixed Rate Mortgage  By : rateempire
    Fixed rate mortgages are the mortgages where the rate of interest remains the same throughout the tenure of the mortgage loan. There are many borrowers who like to go for fixed rate mortgage deal because unlike adjustable rate mortgage the rate of interest doesn't change and the borrower will never face unexpected increase in the monthly payments. Thus it is very popular among the borrowers.
  • Why Would You Want To Refinance Your Auto Loan?  By : Gregg Pennington
    Auto loan refinancing can be a smart financial move; it really depends on the interest rate you are paying on your current auto loan, the number of payments remaining, and most importantly, what your objectives are. Reducing your interest rate can save you money in the long run, but it often amounts to a meager reduction of your monthly car payment. More substantial payment reductions are realized by extending the repayment period of the loan.
  • The Economic Crises of 2008  By : Bill Byrnes
    Given the run up in housing prices, a 10% correction is not out of the question but it could put the economy into a tailspin. Why? Homeowners have been taking out the increase in the value of their homes through home equity loans and/or refinancing with higher principal balances.
  • With Profits Pension Funds - Beware  By : Ray Prince
    If you have a "with profits" pension, or are being advised to invest in one - read on urgently. A survey by Money Management, an established personal finance magazine, has once again highlighted the sinking payouts to many investors from well known investment brands.
  • Payroll Services for Retirement Planning  By : MIKE SELVON
    Looking for payroll services for your new business? Perhaps you need assistance recording data, paying employees, filing taxes or the employee retirement plan.
  • Where Do You Want To Be When You Retire?  By : MIKE SELVON
    Is retirement planning getting you down? While it may seem convoluted, some simple guidelines can point you in the right direction.
  • Debt versus Credit Worthiness  By : Peter Kenny
    Creditworthiness can also be improved by communications with the lender when things begin to go wrong
  • How To Avoid Repossession Today  By : James Copper
    A helpful article on how to stop repossession
  • Improving Your BetterTrades Success Using Trading Cards  By : Loredana Sargu
    In reviewing my last five years of stock market success, I must admit that the most important thing that needs to be learned - is how to pull the plug when a trade goes wrong. As a matter of fact, I am going to quote myself here... "If you can not get good at pulling the plug when a trade goes wrong...then you should not be trading!"
  • The Case for Self Certification Loans  By : James Copper
    An article on how you can get self certification loans
  • Do You Have the Personality for a Remortgage  By : James Copper
    A remortgage isnt for everyone, but how can you best decide whether or not its right for you Take this personality quiz and see if you have what it takes to pursue a remortgage for you and/or your family:
  • Playing Resistance levels with Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    I have been on traveling a lot recently, and it is amazing to me what people are saying about the stock market. Most reply, wow this is not a good time to be in the market while I am thinking "what an INCREDIBLE time to be in the market"!
  • Some Easy Ways To Properly Care For Your Canvas Shoes  By : Gregg Hall
    Canvas shoes are low maintenance and easy to care for. First of all it is a good idea to protect your canvas shoes before wearing them for the first time by applying a waterproof spray on them. Canvas shoes can easily be thrown in the washing machine when they become dirty.
  • Bad Credit Car Loans: A Second Chance For Bad Credit Risks  By : Robert Thomson
    There's not reason why you can't get a bad credit car loan, no matter how bad you're financial past has been.
  • Selecting A Great Full-Service Better TRades Broker  By : Loredana Sargu
    I have taught thousands of students all over the USA how to trade with safety nets and insurance. I am just as excited about profiting from falling stocks as I was during the BULL MARKET. In addition to profiting in any market, and playing it safe it is also important to work with a broker that will benefit you. Your broker is an important key to your trading success.
  • Why Bonds Are Not Always Completely Safe  By : Jim Pretin
    If you thought you could invest in bonds without any chance of losing money on your investment, think again
  • Better Trades: A Powerful-Profitable-Cash-Cow  By : Loredana Sargu
    Dear Traders and Friends:

    Lately I have had many students ask me about the QQQQ's - so much that it merits a rewrite. The QQQQ is an incredible choice for making money in today's market. Taking the time to learn this EXCHANGE TRADED FUND (ETF) could put fun, fast cash into your pockets. Don't let the fact that it is called an ETF scare you away. It is very simple to play. I missed making hundreds of thousands of dollars on this Powerful-Profitable-Cash-Cow because I feared it was complicated. Just remember what FEAR really means FALSE EXPECTATIONS APPEARING REAL!
  • What's The Difference in BetterTrades?  By : Loredana Sargu
    When I was an accountant, I was frequently amazed by the choices of my clients. They spent more time choosing a household appliance than they did learning how to handle their investments. When it came to buying an appliance, they spent hours trying to save $50. Would they trust the appliance store salesperson to tell them if they were getting a good deal? Nope, they would do the comparing on their own because the salesperson has a conflict of interest - commissions! However, when faced with investment decisions, they leave the major decisions up to the investment salesperson (broker, insurance agent, banker, etc).
  • Three Lessons for Successful Better Trades"  By : Loredana Sargu
    LESSON 1. AVOID THE COMMON THIEF

    I have noticed that some people display a common error in judgment that can be devastating. It's kind of like letting a thief into your home and saying, "please turn out the lights when you leave." The next morning you wake up and the house is empty, the safe is open, and all your deeds are missing. A few days later you get a call from your pension plan coordinator who bears heart-wrenching news "there is nothing left in you account, do you still plan on using our services?"
  • Business Funding – How to Raise Finance  By : carolyn
    When going into a new business venture you need to keep a close watch on your money and keep in mind when and how you are going to pay back the resources that you lent money off. Many businesses grow fast and the debts that come with them grow even faster. If you’re going to be a success you need to be smart and have a plan for your expenditures.
  • Wealthy Cash In On Holiday Flat Loophole  By : Nick Dowlatshahi
    How you can make large tax savings legitimatley on your second home in France by purchasing via a SIPP
  • Real Estate Investor for Newbies - Strategic Action Plan for Bird-Dogs  By : Chris Parks
    As a bird-dog your Real Estate Investor action plan is just part of your long-term goals, short-term goals and monthly action plan. Your goals also include your personal aspirations, which may include weight loss, exercise, spirituality and other personal goals.
  • Four by Four Trading in Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    Some months are diamonds and some are coal but most of the time I settle for gold. Last month was diamonds all the way; four trades on with four winners. In my book that is "Four by Four Trading".
  • Don't Be An Average Trader, Use Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    We are in the midst of earning's season and the market could not be any more crazy. Today, most of the stocks that were reporting posted better than anticipated earnings and the Dow managed to break a 5-day losing streak. This week the housing sector posted good permit applications and sales numbers, two indicators that bode well for a continued strong housing market. Many of the basic economic indicators are weak and the latest rumor on the street is that the Fed MAY cut interest rates another 25 basis points to a 60 year low of 1%. Then, add into the mix an Iraqi dictator whose defiant stance has the whole world wondering when the first bomb will be dropped, by whom and what will be in it? It is all enough to drive the average trader nuts.
  • French Off-Plan and New Build Property  By : Nick Dowlatshahi
    An article on how to buy off-plan in France, the process and payment schedule but also how apartment blocks are run.
  • Systematic investment plan can help you to save money  By : rateempire
    Systematic investment plan, as the very name suggests, refers to the time-tested strategy of buying and selling stocks at a pretty lower estimation. Unlike other investment plans systematic investment plans are quite risk free in nature.
  • IMF blamed for failure to predict fall in US subprime mortgage market  By : rateempire
    The International Monetary Fund incurred the wrath of Brazil and Argentina for its failure to predict the crash in the U.S. subprime mortgage market. The economic experts and analysts from both the countries blamed the IMF for its negligence toward keeping a vigil on the richer countries along with the emerging economies.
  • Better Trades Industry Spotlight Part 2  By : Loredana Sargu
    In part I of this article you read how the Internet E-Commerce industry is one of the better performing industries this year. Within that industry we selected three stocks that have good fundamentals and strong trading patterns. Those stocks are eBay (EBAY), the University of Phoenix Online (UOPX) and Getty Images (GYI). Finding the right stocks to trade is half the battle. The other half of the battle is using the right trading system to find the best entries and exits to profit substantially from the price moves of those stocks.
  • What is Universal Life Insurance?  By : Peter Kenny
    There are some tried and true ways to build your credit if you are just starting out
  • Credit Cards - How They Affect Your Insurance Rates  By : Bryan Pringle, Ph.D.
    How credit cards affect consumer insurance rates.
  • Time Decay Strategies for Options Trading  By : Brett Fogle
    Lessons in Time Decay Strategies for Options Trading
  • Do I Need Flood Insurance?  By : Peter Kenny
    During the last several years the subject of flood insurance has become somewhat controversial
  • Know When to Hold em' from BetterTrades  By : Loredana Sargu
    Good Morning,

    Kenny Rodgers had a popular hit with this title that spoke of the gambler's need to manage risk and stay in control. As a trader you too must control your risk and manage your trades but trading is not gambling, it is more like farming or adding a new product to business's product line. Setting stops must be seen as the limits and tactical tolerances of risk that would go into any new venture.
  • Fixing Credit Report Errors.  By : Mike Clover
    It is common to have errors on your credit report. Go to http://www.my720fico.com to find out.
  • Workers Compensation Insurance As An Employee Benefit  By : Clyde Lee Dennis
    Information on Workers Compensation Insurance As An Employee Benefit
  • The Benefits of Workers Compensation Insurance  By : Clyde Lee Dennis
    Information on The Benefits of Workers Compensation Insurance
  • Playing Opening Gaps for Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    I have written before about the many types of GAPS and I have mentioned the fact that opening gaps are very common while true gaps are very rare. I have also mentioned that there may be a legitimate strategy of just playing opening gaps. This has sparked many questions about the actual details of the strategy so I thought it worth the time to detail the actual playing of opening gaps.
  • Option Pricing for Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    Option pricing is a mystery to most traders. They struggle to comprehend terms like implied and historical volatility or intrinsic and time value, or the "Greeks" (Delta, vega, theta, gamma, rho…). These terms are intimidating and my experience suggests that at least half the folks you hear talking about them do not really understand very much about them. It is important to at least be intellectually honest about it and know what you don't know. It is also a good idea to debunk your vocabulary and get what you do know (or think you know) right. And because it is easy to get a head ache from trying to read and comprehend the myriad of equations and models generated from minds of multi-degreed scholars speaking a language only they seem to understand, it is comforting to know you do not have to learn a whole lot about the technical math soup. It is however, mandatory that you gain some working skills in how to recognize and flow with the option prices or you will get whipsawed and shredded by them.
  • Asset Protection & Moving Offshore  By : Frank Ahearn
    Frank M. Ahearn is an international skip tracer and privacy expert who was profiled in GQ Magazine reveals why you need to protect your assets.
  • "Volatility Watch" and Better Trades  By : Loredana Sargu
    There are rules of thumb in every field of interest. I am referring to certain generalizations and assumptions that people make and observe. In the markets there are many but one that catches my attention lately is the correlation between the directional movement of the market and the volatility that is expressed in option pricing. The rule of thumb is; when markets go up the volatility goes down. Recently there is a glaring inconstancy to this assumption and it needs to be noted.
  • Equity or debt: which is cheaper?  By : Calvin Neudorf
    An overwhelming majority of mining juniors are engaged in a continuous struggle to raise equity at the best possible corporate valuations. Given the existing levels of their share prices, are they simply creating dilution for their shareholders? Is debt, or convertible debt, a much more viable longer-term solution in today’s complex investment environment?

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