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A Short Lesson On Selling Stocks Short

This article provides a brief, easy to understand overview on selling stocks short; a topic many find confusing. It also discusses how you can potentially benefit from selling stocks short and the risks of short selling.

Penny Stock Investing – Rules To Follow For Successful Trading

Penny stock investing offers its own advantages and benefits. Yet, in order to make the most from this opportunity, you need to learn which rules should be followed and serve as your guidance.

Which Stock Investing Style to Adopt?

Some people often ask me whether Technical Analysis or Fundamental Analysis is the way to go. Read this article to find out which one is more suitable for you to get massive positive returns from the stock market!

Santa Arrives Early On Wall Street – “QE Ridiculous” Puts A Floor Under Stocks

The last few weeks have been much better than expected given the fiscal cliff uncertainty. One could say that Santa showed up early this year. Days like today could have been much more prevalent from the fear, but it hasn’t been. Clearly the continued zealousness of Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve initiating yet another round of economic stimulus with QE Ridiculous has calmed investors, for now.

Which One Is Good For You – Online Trading or Offline Investments?

Stock market is diverse with numerous opportunities for making investments. Both online and offline modes of trading are good. Study the pros and cons of both, and choose a mode which suits you best.

What Is The Difference Between A Contract For Difference And A Cash-Equity Trade?

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference,” or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the sixth in a series of ten short articles I am writing on the subject of CFD’s, the aim of which is to provide more information to those who wish to find out more about CFD’s. I hope you will find the articles both informative and useful.

What Is A Contract For Difference?

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference”, or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the first in a series of ten short articles I will be writing on the subject of CFD’s and I hope you will find them both informative and useful – you might even be able to impress your friends when the subject comes up at your next dinner party!

Who Uses Contracts For Differences?

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference”, or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the fourth in a series of ten short articles I am writing on the subject of CFD’s, the aim of which is to provide more information to those who wish to find out more about CFD’s. I hope you will find the articles both informative and useful.

What Are The Benefits Of Contracts For Differences?

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference”, or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the third in a series of ten short articles I am writing on the subject of CFD’s the aim of which is to provide more information to those who wish to find out more about CFD’s. I hope you will find the articles both informative and useful.

Contracts For Differences – Some Examples

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference”, or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the second in a series of ten short articles I am writing on the subject of CFD’s and I hope you will find them both informative and useful – you might even be able to impress your friends when the subject comes up at your next dinner party!

Which Asset Classes Are Best Suited To Contracts For Differences, And Why?

Many people who have an interest in financial investments more generally and the stock, bond and currency markets more particularly will have come across the term “contract for difference”, or CFD. Indeed many who don’t share that interest may have come across it too. But what is a CFD? How do they work? Who are they for? Why use them? This is the fifth in a series of ten short articles I am writing on the subject of CFD’s, the aim of which is to provide more information to those who wish to find out more about CFD’s. I hope you will find the articles both informative and useful.

28 Years of Investment Know-How

I spent 28 years in the investment business. It was a crazy ride — I was a broker during the crash of ’87 and a portfolio manager during the dot-com boom and dot-com bust. I have seen market euphoria and market despair.

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