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  • This hub gives my thoughts of what steps you need to take to become a successful trader. There are no magic systems, but there are certain rules that will help you to stay in the game

    Trading - Some Simple Rules to Keep You Solvent

    Trading - Some Simple Rules to Keep You Solvent

    by Mallory Eyres0

  • Options are fairly simple derivatives, but do have some complex properties. Before trading options, either to speculate or hedge, it is important to become familiar with those properties.

    An In-Depth Guide to Options Trading: The Basics

    An In-Depth Guide to Options Trading: The Basics

    by WallStreetBro0

  • Following the trend of the Nasdaq, FB recently dipped by 5 percent, and NVDA and TSLA stocks dipped by about 20 percent. FB and NVDA have since bounced hard, while TSLA appears to have stalled. Why?

    Nvidia, Facebook, and Tesla: 'Tennis Balls and Eggs'

    Nvidia, Facebook, and Tesla: 'Tennis Balls and Eggs'

    by Stephen Sinclair2

  • Each currency pair has its own special unique relationship which means you need to take account of subtle differences when trading the pair. Some factors that make this pair move.

    What Is the Long Term Forecast for USD/JPY?

    What Is the Long Term Forecast for USD/JPY?

    by Mallory Eyres0

  • Ethereum is a big name right now in the world of cryptocurrencies. The electronic currency has recently overcome potential threats to gain record highs!

    Ethereum Reaches an Incredible New High!

    Ethereum Reaches an Incredible New High!

    by Alexander James Guckenberger6

  • I never thought I would ever be thankful that I had student loans. Then I started paying them off and that was a better education that the schooling they had payed for.

    Student Loans: My Biggest and Best Mistake

    Student Loans: My Biggest and Best Mistake

    by Mario Fox0

  • This budget process ensures every single dollar you are spending is included, so you can see where money is spent, and where money can be saved. Authored by a Chartered Accountant.

    Finding Savings in Your Family Budget

    Finding Savings in Your Family Budget

    by Alison0

  • Selling stock options has been likened to operating your own home casino. It’s a statistical fact that stock options buyers risk losing their trades 80% of the time. Who wins? You, the option seller!

    Stock Options Trading Is Like Running Your Own Casino

    Stock Options Trading Is Like Running Your Own Casino

    by Daniel Mollat2

  • Debt payments are the number-one expense of most Americans each month. Stop adding more debt to your life and start the journey to financial freedom with this 4 step guide to destroying your debt.

    4-Step Plan To Destroy Your Debt

    4-Step Plan To Destroy Your Debt

    by Rick Bostick2

  • One of the most deceiving marketing tools is the warranty, especially on major purchases. Contrary to popular belief, the warranty is not written for the buyer, but to limit the seller’s liabilities.

    The Deceit Behind Warranties

    The Deceit Behind Warranties

    by Dan Demland2

  • Bitcoin has finally reached a new all-time high. Some stated that bitcoin wouldn't make it this far, yet bitcoin continues to soar to greater values. Alex investigates the bitcoin phenomenon.

    Bitcoin New All-Time High!

    Bitcoin New All-Time High!

    by Alexander James Guckenberger4

  • Find out the pros and cons of debt consolidation, one of the most popular forms of debt reduction. You will also learn which debt consolidation companies are the best for 2016.

    Find out If Debt Consolidation Is Right for You

    Find out If Debt Consolidation Is Right for You

    by Gregory DeVictor1

  • If you are currently receiving disability benefits, you may be subjected to a review of your disability to see if you are disabled. Here I will write about the review process and give some advice.

    The Social Security Disability Review

    The Social Security Disability Review

    by Sunshine Days0

  • Planning your monthly finances is the best way to ensure you'll never miss a bill, and you'll always have money to spend on the things that really matter to you.

    How To Make A Budget Plan

    How To Make A Budget Plan

    by Laura Jacques0

  • One of the immediate concerns after someone close to you passes away is their funeral. This article discusses the available options for paying for a funeral and what restrictions may exist.

    How to Pay For a Funeral

    How to Pay For a Funeral

    by Kate0

  • Micro investing involves saving very small amounts of money regularly. This article explains the easy way you can invest your loose change.

    Micro Investing Explained

    Micro Investing Explained

    by Alison0

  • I have worked as an accountant for over twenty years for non-profits, governmental units, and manufacturing companies. Budgets have been under my management for many years. I’ve even worked on the budget committee at a church.

    4 Myths About Budgeting

    4 Myths About Budgeting

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Alabama residents receiving full Medicaid may qualify for gas reimbursements for non-emergency doctor appointments. This article will inform you of the steps.

    Gas Money Assistance for Medicaid Recipients

    Gas Money Assistance for Medicaid Recipients

    by Shandria yanay Ball0

  • Mastering Bitcoin may have a steep learning curve but if you're looking to trade this popular cryptocurrency, there are easy ways to get involved.

    How to Trade Bitcoin With a Forex Broker

    How to Trade Bitcoin With a Forex Broker

    by Rosemary Barnes0

  • NVDA stock has returned over 600 percent in the past two years, but is now down 17 percent from its June 9 high.

    Why Is Nvidia Stock Going Down?

    Why Is Nvidia Stock Going Down?

    by Stephen Sinclair0

  • Don’t get frustrated with all the information on stock market charts and tables. Learn the basics so you safely and profitably buy and sell stocks.

    How to Read Stock Market Charts

    How to Read Stock Market Charts

    by Doug West0

  • The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a refundable federal tax credit. It is designed to help low and moderate-income individuals and families keep more of what they earn. Claiming a qualifying child can increase your EITC. The 4 criteria that must be passed for a qualifying child include relationship, age, residence, and joint return.

    Who Can You Claim as a Qualifying Child for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?

    Who Can You Claim as a Qualifying Child for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?

    by bankscottage2

  • Elon Musk, a modern entrepreneur, has created several companies and products that are technological cutting-edge and ambitious to say the least. But does that mean Tesla has a solid future?

    The Making of a Bubble: Tesla

    The Making of a Bubble: Tesla

    by Jack Lee2

  • NADEX is the best choice for U.S. binary options traders. The system is easy to use and has better returns than European style binaries.

    How to Trade NADEX Binary Options

    How to Trade NADEX Binary Options

    by TMHughes2

  • It feels like I'm constantly struggling to make ends meet!!! Of course, I work full time but it never seems to be enough. The struggle is real for me and my family.

    How Did I End up Being Poor?

    How Did I End up Being Poor?

    by nina642

  • Could there be more to the definition of what a stock is than previously thought?

    What Is a Stock?

    What Is a Stock?

    by Stephen Sinclair0

  • Investment is a commitment and you should weigh all options before starting a savings plan or buying your first shares. So which is better for you? Unit trust or shares? Let's find out.

    Which Should I Choose, Shares or Funds?

    Which Should I Choose, Shares or Funds?

    by Shawn Erasto0

  • As a mortgage broker, people often ask me "should I refinance my mortgage?" Mortgage refinance rates are only part of the story. You need to know your plans, the cost of the loan, and the new rate.

    Should I Refinance My Mortgage?

    Should I Refinance My Mortgage?

    by madhubber0

  • Credit cards are promoted for their convenience. There are downsides to using them, however. Here is a list of reasons why credit cards can be a bad thing.

    10 Reasons Not to Get a Credit Card

    10 Reasons Not to Get a Credit Card

    by Paul Goodman0

  • Do you know the pros and cons of a car donation? When you donate your car, how much of the car's value goes to charitable causes? Find out the good, bad and ugly side of car donations. Read more...

    Car Donation to Charity: Pros and Cons

    Car Donation to Charity: Pros and Cons

    by MKayo11

  • The concept of retirement has evolved in our lifetime. Retirement used to involve three steps: work and save (most of your life), then quit working (at the magic age of 65), and then enjoy your golden years (in the few you have left). Longer lifespans and a radically different social and personal economic environment have shifted us away from retirement. A defined period of retirement is being replaced by a more indefinite period of active adult living.

    Retirement Is out, the Active Adult Lifestyle Is in

    Retirement Is out, the Active Adult Lifestyle Is in

    by jstankevicz19

  • A will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. This article explains why.

    Why You Need a Will

    Why You Need a Will

    by Kate0

  • The average American household has over $155,000 of debt. Liabilities include mortgages, car and student loans, credit card balances, medical bills, signature loans, back taxes, and overdraft charges.

    25 Facts About Consumer Spending and Debt in America

    25 Facts About Consumer Spending and Debt in America

    by Gregory DeVictor0

  • On 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. Whilst many predict Brexit to be a disaster for the economy and personal finance, here are some ways you can benefit.

    Benefiting Financially from Brexit

    Benefiting Financially from Brexit

    by Stephanie Elford1

  • IRS Form 1099 is used to report income or earnings paid to you. Self-employed receive a 1099-MISC and must report it on a Schedule C. Other common Form 1099s that can be received include 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-R, 1099-B, and SSA-1099. Form 1099-C is used to report cancellation of debt. Form 1099-K is used to report third party or credit card transactions paid to you.

    What Is a 1099 and Why Did I Get One?

    What Is a 1099 and Why Did I Get One?

    by bankscottage0

  • Utilities include: gas, water, sewer, electric, and heat. These utilities will go on form 8829 as they are deductions through the business use of the home. When you are filing for a business use of home, there is a space to place your utilities....

    Utilities as Business Deductions for Income Tax Purposes

    Utilities as Business Deductions for Income Tax Purposes

    by Chrystal Mahan0

  • Bonds or bond funds should be an important part of every investors portfolio. They offer a steady return on your investment without the volitality of the stock market.

    Investing in Bonds – The Basics

    Investing in Bonds – The Basics

    by Doug West0

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