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Month: January 2016

What is the Best Way to Learn Forex Trading?

The foreign currency markets are incredibly volatile, and this means that there is a lot of opportunity for savvy traders to make a profit. However, there are also plenty of opportunities to make a significant loss too. If you want to learn forex trading, then you must understand that even the best traders can and do lose money, so you must only trade with money that you can afford to lose, and you should keep some money in reserve to allow you to trade for a few days even if you are on a losing streak.

At the moment, CFD trading is gaining popularity in some countries as it is less risky endeavor. But if you keep in mind that there are two approaches to forex trading and stay disciplined, you can make a profit. These two approaches are technical analysis and fundamental analysis. The best way to learn forex trading is to look at both of these separately, and then integrate them into a sound, logical and reasonable approach to trading.

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9 Tips to Help You Save Money During a Move

They say that moving homes can be one of the most stressful experiences you will ever go through in your life – but moving can not only cause stress for the body and mind, it can also place huge strains on your bank balance (and this is after you’ve purchased your new home).

In this article, I will cover nine steps to ensure that the financial burdens of moving are lessened and your bank account can breathe a sigh of relief.

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How to Learn From Everything and Everyone

Have you ever heard the saying “you either win or you learn?”

Or the popular “you have to fail forward”?

I’m sure you understand the idea of using situations, good and bad, as learning experiences, but that’s easier said than done, right?

It’s easy to talk about learning in every situation, but when you’re upset, angry or disappointed, it doesn’t seem so easy.

It starts with your perspective. Here’s how to learn from everything and everyone…

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How a Merchant Cash Advance Differs From a Small Business Loan

Any type of business, irrespective of their credit scores, can get merchant cash advances through various companies. Small business loans are loans that are provided by banks and other lenders, and guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA). Since there’s a government guarantee in the event of default, banks and other lenders often give out such loans that they wouldn’t have otherwise given.

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