Investing for Beginners
Investing for Beginners gathers the best articles to start immersing yourself in learning the Forex kitchen. There are articles that allow you to understand how the Forex markets are functioning, how people make a profit on it, what strategies and why investors use in fully-automated, as well as, semi-automated trading to reach the result, and what you should expect starting trading on Forex
Interest Rate Parity
Interest Rate Parity is a concept founded on the intertwined relationship between the values of currencies and the interest rates applicable to them at any given time.
Oct 19, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, Interest Rate Parity
Stock Market Bubble Trading Guide
A stock market bubble can be defined as a period of irrational exuberance or a time when companies’ valuations do not match with reality.
Sep 7, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, stock market, stock market bubble
How to Invest in Stock Indexes
An index in a stock market is a reflection of the integrated performance of specific segments of the market.
Sep 1, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, indexes
Hedge Fund vs. Private Equity
A hedge fund is a special purpose firm formed by the pooling together of funds from typically high net worth individuals.
Jul 23, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, Hedge Fund, Private Equity
Top 4 DeFi Projects to Invest in
Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is a relatively new industry that is disrupting the world of finance.
Jul 15, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, DeFi, Decentralized Finance
Top 4 Little-Known Books on Forex for Beginners. Part 1
Books can help you learn more about many issues. As a beginner in a topic, they can open your eyes and give you the perspectives of people who have “been there, done that.”
Jun 22, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, Forex, Books
Company Cash Flow: What It Can Tell You
Let’s start with the definition. A cash flow (CF) is the net amount of cash or cash equivalent that a company receives and spends as payments to its creditors.
Jun 11, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, Cash Flow
Asset-Backed vs Mortgage-Backed Securities
Asset-backed securities, or ABS, refer to securities that are composed of consumer debts accumulated from various consumers and considered by the issuing institution as an asset.
May 24, 2021 // Investing for Beginners, ABS, MBS