Get unlimited original content generated using a.i. technology backed by Elon Musk here for free
Click here to have a.i. make any content your own unique material, even in bulk and in seconds free
Use this link to get high quality a.i. created full articles created for you free
Where Should I Invest My Surplus Income
We are always in a dilemma about where to invest our hard earned money and how to get maximized returns on every single penny we save. All of us want to possess a safe and secured future. The question that keeps popping in our minds is where I should invest my surplus income. We keep looking for one or the other investment avenues as we don’t wish to see our money stagnant, we wish our money to go places.The Anatomy of Dividend Investing
Using dividend stocks to build a solid investment portfolio. Learn the do and don’t of income investing. Ways to produce income for your retirement.The Ups and Downs of the Dividend Capture Strategy
The dividend capture strategy is a strategy where the investor only purchases a stock for the sole purpose of collecting or ‘capturing’ the stocks dividend. This article will look into the ‘ups and downs’ of the dividend capture strategy.Reasons to Trade Binary Options
Options trading tends to confuse many people, especially people who are new to investing and trading. While there are complex formulas involved in options trading, almost all of that stuff takes place behind the scenes and the person doing the trading doesn’t really need to know any of it. In theory, options are very simple: they are basically a bet that, as of a certain time in the future, the price of a stock will be above or below a specified price (called the strike price).Options Vs Binary Options
An option is a contract that gives you the right to buy or sell a stock at a specific price (called the “strike price”), but the catch is there is a specific time limit, too. They expire. Some people like options because you can make (or lose) a lot of money very quickly if you do it right. There are two types of options: “call” options and “put” options. I have no idea why that’s what they are called, but those are the names. Each type of option can be bought or sold (just like with stock). So you can buy a call, sell a call, buy a put, or sell a put. Every option is “worth” 100 shares of stock.Technical Analysis Vs Fundamental Analysis
How do we pick stocks? What strategies and methods should we use to pick our winning stocks? Technical analysis is a common method used by many people to choose stocks.Investment in India
Investing in India is a great prospect thanks to various economic reforms that have brought about a consistency in India’s economy. Currently, India is ranked as 3rd in terms of the most preferred investment destination. Relaxed reforms in foreign direct investment both through direct automatic and approval routes along with release of the revised FDI policy have been eased and expedited the investment processes in India.Online Share Trading – Now Just A Click Away
It’s the computers era. We all are familiar with PCs and are leading an online life. Whether it is booking tickets, paying a phone or electricity bill or share trading, everything is just a click away. Online share trading is surely a boon.Stocks Near All Time Highs – And Your Action Plan Is?
There is no real need for rocket science in investing — no correlations, standard deviations, coefficients, Alphas, Betas, or Zetas are required. Similarly, passively managed, index derivatives are just a lazy man’s way of reinforcing the myth that active management is ineffective.Is Investing in Stocks and Bonds on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) Any Good?
If you are particularly a Ugandan in the diaspora or have awareness of the interest rates in markets such as the US and the UK you will for example know that the Bank of England’s base rate is 0.5%. The Fed rate in the US is presently 0.25%. This is the rate that basically determines lending rates by commercial banks and thus the interest rates they pay on savings. The UK rate for example is not expected to change for say the next 3 years i.e until 2015, I expect the same for the US rate. You can therefore expect that the interest you will receive on your savings will be close to zero. I know a client of mine who had an average current account balance of £1m during the year but were still receiving no interest! The search therefore for investments paying a “good” return is never ending in these challenging times. One option therefore is to consider investing in stocks and bonds on the Uganda Securities Market (USE).When Will Facebook Go Public?
Facebook values their worth to $100 billion. find out the insider secrets of the highly anticipated Facebook IPO and valuation. The date of Facebook IPO isn’t set yet but 2012 is the year Facebook will make it’s way on the markets for investors to finally have a shot at making money in Facebook.What Future Brokers Need To Know About The Series 7 License Exam
The FINRA offers an entry-level exam, the Series 7 license exam to fledgling brokers. In order to begin working in the securities industry, the applicant must initially pass this exam. The exam consists of 260 questions and tests a large number of topics relevant to the industry.