Skrill Making Efforts to Become the Main Player as Online Gambling Payment Processor

By |September 27th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Skrill making efforts to become the main player as online gambling payment processor, which is good news for the people who have managed to get a lot of benefits from using Skrill in the past. The online gambling payment processors and processing methods often do not get the level of positive attention that people will see with many of the

How to Avoid 4 Common Forex Trading Mistakes

By |September 27th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |

Forex trading has the potential to make you huge profits on a consistent basis. Unlike other forms of investing, trading forex is something you can do around the clock and the market is almost always presenting opportunities. Still, there are four common mistakes that are keeping a lot of traders from making the money they deserve. Below, we’re going to

Shop Around and Get Best Deals

By |September 26th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

No matter you want to buy a simple shirt or a lot of items for home, you don't have to rush for shopping. If you buy something in hurry then there are great chances that you feel bad about this decision later on. Try to be a wise person who thinks before he shops. In case you want to enjoy

Online Trading Challenges By XTrade

By |September 21st, 2016|Categories: Blog|

What are the typical trading challenges that online traders face? Only companies like XTrade that work in online trading can really understand and tell us their specific brand of problem. Do Internet Ventures Like Trade Have Typical Challenges? Yes. Yes they do. If you had a small shop in an out of the way type village, not on the main

You’ve Come into Money

By |September 20th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

So what happens when you suddenly come into a large sum of money?  Perhaps you were on the receiving end of an inheritance, got lucky in the lottery, or you found a bunch of Aztec gold in your basement.  How  you got the money doesn't really matter, but for the purposes of this discussion I'm referring to some sort of

How much should I save by 25?

By |September 14th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

The answer here is obvious. It depends, or variously as much as you can. Alright.  Probably what you care about is how much your peers have saved by this point? Well according to the US census bureau the median person between the ages of 25-34 has $6,676, in Net Worth.  This is possibly due to a significant amount of student debt overhang.  The problem with

Shell Games

By |August 29th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Don't give this guy your money. Photocredit: Philip Robins. I was on the street corner near Checkpoint Charlie this weekend and I noticed that some fellows were playing some sort of shell game on the ground.  For those not aware a shell game is played by placing a small ball underneath one of three plastic cups then moving

Outerwall (OUTR) Going Private

By |August 19th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Your chance to invest in a failing physical media format. Thanks to hcalderonmeister Outerwall (OUTR) is a company you probably haven't heard of but have probably made use of at least once.  Formerly known as Redbox the company changed its name to Outerwall in hopes of not being so closely connected with an obviously dying medium.  You should

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How to Get Personal Finance Homework Writing Help

By |August 18th, 2016|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

If you study finance at college or university, you will be definitely asked to complete homework papers every day. Nearly every essay or term paper on finance is a nightmare for students. They are supposed to research specific topics related to the fields of business, management and accounting and organize deliberately planned homework assignments by the deadline. An average topic

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XIV (VelocityShares daily inverse vix)

By |August 8th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Thanks to eatmilesleep. The stock that makes the most sense for me to own isn't a stock at all.  It's an ETF.  Basically, it's a fund that trades like a stock.  This fund (XIV) is designed to exploit the fact that people don't like risk.  That makes sense.  Risk isn't a good thing.  I don't like risk, and

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