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Money Management – The Focus Of Expert Investors

August 13th, 2018 Comments off

Many people have been through it all, they’ve lost money and made money in stocks, they’ve lost and made money in poker, and they’ve lost and made money in options, and they’ve even lost money and made money in gold. What separates the winners from the losers and the haves from the have-nots? What do people that go through those experiences ultimately learn from? What do the experts focus on, that the beginners do not?

The fact is that it almost doesn’t matter at all how good the method is, if you cannot manage your money well. In stocks although people who can read financial statements and charts, and understand if a stock is likely to go up, or do back testing on certain method and estimate a probability that stocks using that method went up in the past, it is difficult to pin point the exact odds. That makes managing your money more difficult. However, just because you can’t know the exact probability, doesn’t mean you can’t use past results to estimate a probability range, and manage your money well. Lets just assume for a while that you could know the exact probabilities. If you know that you will win 3 times as much as you lose when you win, and you know that the win will take place half the time, do you know for sure that you will make money in the long run?

This is a trick question, you can never know with certainty that you will make money, but is it probable? Again, that still depends. How can this be? It’s easy to say that if you invest $100, you will turn it into $200 (gaining $100) half the time, and you will lose $33 the other half, that in 100 one hundred dollar investments you can expect to make $5000, lose $1667 and net $3333. However, this fails to take into account how likely you are to be able to afford the $1667 in losses and maintain that $100 investment every time out of 100 times.

In other words, the $3333 net gain is theoretical, and takes absolute no consideration on how likely you are to be able to afford those 100 investments. What if you only had $100 and you bet it all, you have a 50% chance that you lose $33 of that 1000… what then? You can’t simply make another $100 investment, So instead you have to make a $66 investment, now your win will be significantly less. If you lose yet again it will become even more difficult to get back to even. Although on paper this is a good investment, it is not a good investment without proper money management. You may have built a very safe car that drives straight, but if you are a bad driver you still could crash.

Unfortunately many people don’t learn how to drive their financial investment vehicles, and instead rely on money managers, financial advisors, mutual fund owners, and company CEOs to do everything for them. This isn’t a bad thing for those unable or unwilling to learn. However, the risk is not only that these people won’t manage your money well, and not only that if they do, you still may pay them so much in fees and expenses that it’s not profitable, but also that by handing the keys to your investment vehicle over to someone else, you lose control and you fail to learn anything. Although you may accomplish your goals with the help of these people, you also could do this yourself with a good trading system that uses good money management.

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Temporary Investor Visas

June 8th, 2018 Comments off

Relocating to the USA can be a very stressful and difficult business. There are however, a few ways to better your chances of successfully being granted a visa. One of the best ways of doing this, is to select an investor visa, of which there are two main kinds, permanent and temporary.

The temporary investor visa is called the E-2.

The E-2 visa is commonly referred to as the temporary green card. This is because there is no top-end limit to the visa term and so extensions and renewals can be applied any number of times providing the conditions of your visa are still met.

The purpose of this visa is to allow foreign people who have invested considerable amounts in the US to relocate there to further develop and run the business or businesses that they have invested in.

You may fit the criteria for this visa if you are the investor in a foreign business, or are a vital employee such as a manager or executive, and if you and the large shareholders in the business are nationals of countries that have a long standing Treaty of Trade, Friendship and Commerce with the United States of America.

Executives and other essential employees must be from the same country as the corporation to be eligible for the E-2 visa. You will have to show that you are in the process of making an investment or that in investment has already been made.

The E-2 visa may be suitable for those who wish to invest a significant sum of money in order to either purchase an existing business or to set up a new business. The E-2 visa is not suitable for silent investors as the investor is required to play an active role in the management and direction of the investment enterprise.

Investing in a US company and qualifying for a visa is a notoriously complex task, it is therefore strongly advisable to seek professional, competent legal advice on the criteria you must meet in order to qualify before making the investment.

Once you have chosen your preferred business, our law firm will be able to assist you in the legal process and complex and lengthy paperwork involved in applying for an E-2 investor visa. Go to for advice on applying for an investor visa.

United States Best & Worse Stocks On The Planet Earth Back By Financials To Prove It From Our Study

November 30th, 2013 Comments off

(1888PressRelease) Business Capital Loans & and all agree that these are the worse financials seen on a long time, while finding some good buys.

Business Capital Loans Network of blogs, stated that AOL is by far the worse company to invest in, they believe. With their only social network closing and dial up gone almost and their sales staff leaving, on last weeks news , we see a much worse road for them. We have now covered charts and analized these stocks below, to determine their true networth, from our studies at UNLV.

We Look for a two day small gains and a few days of drops this week, probably 3. We are keeping our shorts and have increased our position in Shorted ODP – Office Depot, with 5,000 shares shorted.

We have also kept AOL short 2,500 shares, while on the other hand, we purchased shares of YHOO throughout the week, last week. We covered our position in TIVO, as we don’t gamble, as we made $8 a share on the way down.

We also bought shares of Symantec and will continue buying on this downward market , ” Norton ” See Google finance here,

We also are buying share of MSFT at $24 when it hits that level. We feel, with the $21 recession price a year and a half ago, we think $24 will be a safe entry. MSFT we think will be $38-$55 in 12-16 months

As all posts on this website blog, from our loan sector, we use our own research and industry experience, to predict the future of trading

Read The original Blog analysis story: and both said they agreed with this analization of ODP, AOL, TIVO, and YHOO and SYMC and they increased their positions as well.


Stock Trading Market- Remember The Fundamentals

August 25th, 2013 Comments off

Are you new to the Stock trading market? Are you just now thinking about opening a trading account or broker account? Or are you just looking to learn a little more about where your 401(k), IRA or mutual funds are being invested? Either way here is a beginner’s introduction to the Stock trading market.

Firms or individual companies often trade equity known as stock. The purchase of the stock on the stock trading market gives the purchaser a small percentage of ownership in that company or those companies that he or she chooses to invest in. Stock traders known as day traders often look to the stock trading market for short-term gains. Often times their investment time frames are measured in days and weeks rather than months or years. These are often times professionals who work on a full or part-time basis allowing themselves to hold full-time employment in other vocational arenas. However financial advisors or financial managers actually manage other individuals portfolios taking a commission based on trading activity in the stock trading market.

Sometimes individuals who purchase equity on the Stock trading market do so with the intent of holding and carrying a long-term position. This is traditionally done when the research they’ve done on the companies in which they intend to invest shows that the company has a strong fundamental business position and shows positive upward mobility. In these instances the individual’s intent is to hold the stock for months and even years.

So ultimately while some individuals are taking a long-term position within the stock trading market other individuals choose to take a much shorter term position pulling their earnings off the table on a much more frequent basis. Either method of trading can make money however an individual who’s completely unfamiliar with the market should seek the advice of a financial advisor in order to prevent the risk of lost capital.

So remember whether you’re getting in for a long-term investment or whether you take the stance of “dating stocks” instead of “marrying them”. Always remember that bears make money, Bulls make money but pigs go to slaughter.

Want to find out more about stock trading market, then visit Henry Mangult’s site on how to choose the best stock market guide for your needs.

Introducing Brokers And White Label Partnerships Requests At Tadawul FX Grow by 20%

August 18th, 2013 Comments off

(1888PressRelease) Online forex broker Tadawul FX enjoys an impressive 20% growth in Introducing Brokers and White Label Partnerships Requests.

Online forex broker Tadawul FX is now reaching further than ever before thanks to its very successful Introducing Brokers (IB) Program and White Label Partnerships. Indeed, the online forex broker has seen growth of 20% in its partnerships as a result.

Ramzi Chamat, CEO of Tadawul FX, also known as TDFX, said, “Introducing Brokers play an important role in the growth of TDFX and in growing global brand awareness in their home markets,”

“They penetrate markets where TDFX has more limited access to due to language and cultural barriers and TDFX has really capitalised on this which explains why our company growth in this area is so high.”

Already respected for their honest stance, high work ethic, and extraordinary level of customer service, Tadawul FX offers its IB and White Label partners clear incentives, one of which is live payments. Contrary to many partnerships worldwide where affiliate rewards are collated and paid at the end of the month, TDFX can arrange commissions to be paid on any day requested by its IBs and White Label partners.

Another recognized perk of partnering with TDFX is the excellent managed account facilities on offer, including the ability to trade hundreds of accounts simultaneously via the MultiTerminal and MAM Systems. TDFX IBs also benefit from the increased level of marketing and promotional assistance offered by the broker, both online and offline, including dedicated customised IB tracking of all referred client accounts.

“As we are well established in online forex trading, IBs and White Label partners are proud to be associated with Tadawul FX,” continues Ramzi.

“They benefit from Tadawul FX’s strong reputation for customer focus, our state-of-the-art technology, can present a quality product, and are provided with individual support in the form of their own account manager, 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.”