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Social Trading and CFD Trading with ayondo

Social Trading and CFD Trading with ayondo

Trading offers opportunities! Whether you’re active yourself in the markets or on the lookout for opportunities, with CFD trading as an alternative form of investment, ayondo supplies the right solution for everyone. Social Trading and classic CFD trading. Social Trading by ayondo: Investing made easy Technology and the emancipation of...
Getech: Bad News, Good News

Getech: Bad News, Good News

It’s a funny old game, investment. Stripped back to the basics, sound investment really is a matter of choosing a company which produces more good news than bad. Most of the the time that is, there are exceptions. Open a release where the company is “pleased to announce“, well, anything...
Berkeley Mineral Resources

Berkeley Mineral Resources

There’s been some nice price action on an equity I’d almost forgotten I owned in the past few days. Not that I’m running with a portfolio overflowing with holdings, far from it, it’s just that this equity in particular has been a bit of a slow-burner. In my opinion it’s...
Staffline

Staffline

As an investor there’s a lot to like about any company that has a sturdy business model. A company designed to prosper in the good times and outperform in the bad. A defensive share that wont lag during a bull market. If you can find a handful of these shares...
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What is Business Re-Engineering?

Re-engineering sounds like the sort of thing you’d do to a mechanical car component, and indeed, it is a way of making an existing part better. In business, it’s about changing the way the company operates for the better, while still maintaining the original purpose, and it can be a huge undertaking. In most cases,...

How to Insure Your Home-Based Business

Working from home is just one of the ways startup companies can slash their operational costs. However, one of the drawbacks is that your standard contents insurance policy may not provide you with adequate protection you need. While certain policies are essential, there are others specific to the type of business you may run. All-Risks...

How to Choose the Right Stockbroker Service for You

When it comes to choosing a stockbroking service, not all brokers are created equal. This statement applies not only to the level of expertise and knowledge they can offer potential clients, but also to the package they provide and how well it can complement your needs. This is not to say that one level of...

Comparing Fundamental and Technical Analysis

The foreign exchange market is the largest financial market in the world, trading around $4 trillion every day. Hundreds of thousands of people around the globe invest their capital in various currency pairs, all with one single, shared ambition: to turn a profit. Their goals may be the same, but that doesn’t mean that their...

Investors Get Bullish on the Greenback

An Insatiable Appetite for Greenbacks As a currency trader, it is hard not to get excited about what is currently taking place in the forex market. The Federal Reserve Bank and its chairperson – Janet Yellen – have spurred a flurry of bullish investor sentiment vis-a-vis the USD of late. With the American economy in...

Understanding the Tax Benefits of SIPPs

Self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) are widely acclaimed as one of the most tax-efficient means of saving for your retirement. They have many benefits besides this, from increased flexibility to greater control, but it is the tax boons that draw people more than any other factor. A SIPP could significantly increase the capital you get to...

Forex 101: What to Look for in a Trading Platform

In the world of forex, a trading platform is a piece of software that relays information on trades between investors and brokers. It provides the former with information including quotes and charts, and relays to the latter the orders that a trader wants to make. Its importance cannot be overstated: the right platform can make...

Dwindling Oil Prices? Now’s the Time to Invest in Oil Stocks

From October to December of last year, investment in the oil and gas sector hit an all time low, and accompanied with collapsing oil prices, things don’t look good for this industry. Some attribute the lack of investment in oil and gas extraction as a defining factor for oil’s poor performance. Financial analysts are saying...

Managing Your Personal Finances

Much in the way that online shopping is now an integral part of the world of commerce (with UK residents among Europe’s highest online spenders), online trading is now a fully-fledged part of the world of finance. Due to this, if you’re looking to manage your finances, you have to look online as well as...

Swiss Franc Move Devastates Speculators

Thursday 15th January saw the value of Switzerland’s currency soar – just days after bets that the franc would weaken reached record highs. The data has left commentators, forex brokers like FxPro.co.uk, investors, global banks and spectators open mouthed and, in many cases, out of pocket. A Disastrous Combination Tuesday 13th January saw ‘short’ contracts...

5 Reasons the Market Will Most Likely Hit a Downward Trend Next Year

Written by Joshua Rodriquez a financial writer for anyoption.com – the worlds leading binary option trading platform. As an investor, market analyst, and writer, I pay close attention to the United States stock market and factors that tell me whether or not to expect it to rise. After analyzing quite a bit of data, I’ve...

Should You Outsource to Bookkeeping Services Providers?

In the early stages of a business, or if you own a small business, it can be tempting to handle the day to day bookkeeping activities yourself. Why not? After all there are plenty of off the peg packages available. Though a small proportion of business owners don’t mind doing this kind of work, many...