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TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Tue 26 Oct

Why portfolio management can make brokers stand out in a competitive industry

Gain an edge with Lirunex A client who wants to trade in the CFDs markets will be looking for different conditions depending on his experience.  An experienced trader will look for competitive trading conditions such as and an inexperienced trader will be looking for education and knowledge on how to trade.

BASICS Tue 26 Oct

Patience pays

Hold your nerve One of the attributes that can be most highly rewarded is that of patience. The ability to not act when others do. One of the observations that I noticed looking over last year's trading results was that 3 or 4 leveraged trades really made the year. Many more trades were unleveraged and resulted in a little gain here and a little loss there.Many discretionary traders note a similar phenomena. A few very successful trades would make the trading year.

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BASICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Mon 25 Oct

Is the misery index a precise measurement of economic health?

Getting to know the misery index What is the misery index? The misery index is as its name suggests. It refers to how much distress people feel every day regarding unemployment and increased cost of living. Of course, not everybody is financially capable or has to pay for rent and other necessities. People who do not have jobs feel more intense about this issue. But can one measure misery? The misery index tries to measure it by adding unemployment and inflation rate. Unemployment and inflation seem to have a relationship, and they both impact the economic lives of people. If we add these two, we might know about the current health of an economy.

ECONOMICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Mon 25 Oct

International Monetary Fund cuts global growth outlook as post-pandemic recovery slows due to supply problems

A closer look at IMF's latest global growth forecast report The International Monetary Fund in its World Economic Outlook trimmed its 2021 global growth forecast to 5.9% from the 6.0% forecast it made in July. It left a 2022 global growth forecast unchanged at 4.9%. Beyond 2022, global growth is projected to moderate to about 3.5% over the medium term. The ongoing rise in inflation is expected to be transitory, though uncertainty remains high.

ECONOMICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 20 Oct

Keynesian economics, outputs, spending, employment and inflation

Diving into Keynesian economics What is Keynesian economics? In the 1930s, a guy named John Maynard Keynes coined Keynesian economics. It says that total spending impacts output, employment, and inflation in the economy. He ended up with this theory because he wanted to know why The Great Depression in 2008 happened. And since we said that this theory focuses more on spending, people also call this the demand-side theory. It focuses on the .

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TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 20 Oct

altFINS has launched its native currency, $AFINS

The launch of $AFINS altFINS is launching $AFINS tokens to reward and stimulate the adoption of the altFINS platform. It is part of altFINS' mission to expand the platform, add new features and scalability to elevate altFINS to the next level.

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 20 Oct

CAPEX.com launches QuantX – Powerful investment portfolio builder

CAPEX.com announces the release of QuantX , aimed at experienced market traders who wish to gain an edge over the market by using the newest technological advancements. 

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 20 Oct

Chingari appoints Salman Khan as brand ambassador to launch India’s first social crypto-token $GARI

Salman Khan becomes the brand ambassador for Chingari Indian superstar Salman Khan recently announced the launch of India's first social crypto-token, $GARI, at a public event in Mumbai. The token is issued by , a short-video sharing app, and tech start-up. Khan will be the brand ambassador of the NFT Marketplace and the $Gari Token rewards program.

BASICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Mon 18 Oct

Will China's cryptocurrency ban slow a wider adoption of digital coins?

An overview of China's crackdown on cryptocurrencies Cryptocurrencies in China have been under constant threat, but they have never been considered illegal. This scenario could change. In late September, Chinese regulators stated that mining cryptocurrency and crypto trading or crypto use as . The statement came from the Chinese central bank, the People's Bank of China, citing the need to regulate and maintain national security. China has tried to curb the use of digital coins for more than eight years. The Chinese government is transparent in saying that cryptocurrencies are not legitimate coins, and their existence is a risk to the Chinese financial sector. Before this announcement, the crackdown on cryptocurrencies by the Chinese government had been piecemeal. This statement was the first that laid down the gauntlet. The question for investors is whether the Chinese ban on cryptocurrencies will slow the broader adoption of cryptocurrencies.

BASICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Mon 18 Oct

If green levy taxes mean well, why do some criticize their purpose?

A closer look at green levy What is a green levy? The government is making different efforts regarding pollution. Unfortunately, many companies and businesses are involved with pollution and carbon emissions. So, they have this tax called the green levy on pollution contributors. For example, we have taxes that we encounter on fuel-inefficient vehicles. If you may have noticed, the green levy is often heard when talking about businesses related to this. The government and the green levy encourage entities to use environmentally friendly alternatives instead of inefficient energy sources. Others refer to green levies as eco-taxes. Those who support these say that they are a few ways on how governments act on market failures. It should consider the environmental costs regarding the use of nonrenewable resources and energy inefficient practices. Have you heard of Pigovian taxes? If they are, it's because green levies are modified versions of them. The goal is to connect private enterprises with the social burden they generate because of their business operations and practices.


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