The global market requires individuals and businesses from all over the world to trade in currency in exchange for the other. According the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), participants in the global market trade more than $15 trillion U.S. dollars worth of currencies per day. This is unsurprising considering the market is constantly moving regardless of time and date. The
As much as we love to work in our yards, it's always nice to get a breather from all of the yard work when the weather starts to get colder. While you are relaxing this winter, it's the perfect time to start planning for some outdoor home improvement projects for spring, and maybe even take advantage of some off-season discounts.
The holidays are a time for expressing gratitude. People show their family members how much they mean to them. Similarly, small business owners do what they can to express their feelings of thankfulness toward their team members. Small businesses cannot stay afloat without the cooperation of devoted employees who give 100 percent day in and day out. If you're a
Your home is a place where you will spend a lot of your time either relaxing, entertaining friends, or eating meals. Since your home is such a big part of your life, you should make it look as nice as possible. One of the best ways that you can make your home look nicer is by getting some great decorations.
After the 2008 financial crisis, the demand for ETFs had skyrocketed. According to statista.com, in 2018 the value of assets managed by global Exchange Traded Funds is estimated at $4.46 trillion. Because of that, today we will discuss the differences between ETFs and stock trading and hopefully, you will manage to make the right decision for investing your money. It
Oil prices and the equity markets have been trading on the defensive since the beginning of October with many geopolitical issues generating price volatility. Issues related to the Iran regime have been generating chaos on both the oil and equity markets. The US pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal in February of 2018, pushing oil prices up to $80