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review 2017-08-29 08:48
Free Stock Market Tips

Here are some useful tips of free stock markets we are providing you but before that let's know and increase our basic knowledge about the stock exchange. Trading in stocks is a risky job to do; it is riskier when you are untrained. You have to keep your eye open so that you can spot the trends in the market. You can make a list of intraday deals. Earlier the stocks were used for buying and selling purpose of inventories.


Let's see how it works?


On a two-dimensional chart technical analysis is done by historical price movement. The main reason behind this has become very popular among people so that anyone can see the map and understand how prices have moved. If we take an example, then we can know how easy is to read it and also could notice how the price varies from high to low and low to high and also the closing prices of the stock exchange.


Choosing Stock


The volume of the stock should be at least 500,000 shares; the stock must be high on bidding. If the index rises by 1% then it is said the stock must be raised more than 1%. People those who don't know much about stock exchange or don't have much knowledge of trade then they should understand the concept of the difference between intraday high and intraday low price it means the stock value should be at least rupees 10.


It is very much necessary to have the knowledge of right stock and fix it with no loss. One must stand by the term stop-loss, 1.5-2% sets it means the stock will be sold if the price falls below the mentioned purchase price. Those who are big traders they most of the time fix stop-loss at about one-third of the expected profit. If the traders are expecting that the stock would rise more than 10% just in three days, then the price will fall at fix stop-loss to the 3%. You have to look for the price trends once you are zero in the stock, and higher volumes with a higher rate because it shows an uptrend in the stock exchange.


What is stock trends?


One must know the direction but how to spot a trend that matters more. It is very much difficult because the market is not the same or its still it never moved in a straight-line. The stock is mainly known for its volume, and its higher ups and higher down it never rises suddenly or on the same day of investing or exactly the next day. To know every detail about the stock exchange one should look news related to the transaction.


Those who are analyst and market experts they take help from various parameters, and then they confirm if the stock is a trading pick or not. Nowadays technical analysis of stock exchange is not much difficult because it is done with the help of software.


Support and Resistance


Technical experts recommend support and resistance levels. By making use of support and resistance is not just a simple job. Above mentioned points are must be remembered if anyone is interested in learning what a technical stock exchange means and its essential points or tips about stock exchange analysis.


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review 2017-04-09 05:52
The Widow of Wall Street
The Widow of Wall Street: A Novel - Randy Susan Meyers

By:  Randy Susan Meyers

ISBN: 9781501131349

Publisher:  Atria Books

Publication Date: 4/11/2017 

Format:  Hardcover

My Rating: 5 Stars 


Randy Susan Myers returns following Accidents of Marriage (2014) with her latest riveting domestic suspense, THE WIDOW OF WALL STREET bold and edgy an inside look at betrayal in a marriage.

The blind love, lies, dark secrets; the unraveling, devastation, and the need to rebuild a life after the fallout of Wall Street and a fraudulent husband's Ponzi scheme. Was the wife living in denial?

Phoebe and Jake met when they were teens. Jake and Phoebe come from different backgrounds. Jake is obsessed with money and success. He wants and needs a different future than his childhood. He thinks this will earn him the respect he craves.

Phoebe makes a wrong decision, leading her to guilt and loyalty to Jake. They marry, despite her overbearing mom’s warning.

He soon excels and opens a brokerage house. Things go well. However, soon greed, power, and money get in the way. He is dishonest. He thinks it is temporary. He has a private fund. A Ponzi scheme. A crime soon to be uncovered. The time bomb. Fraud.

Phoebe is blind to it all. The money is flowing – wealth, prestige, homes, and power,

Starting from Nov 2009, we learn Jake is now in prison. They have lost everything. Phoebe takes a Greyhound bus to the upstate NY correctional prison. She despises him. He still has her under his thumb, worrying about what she is wearing and appearances. He still has not acknowledged his part in the disaster.

However, Phoebe is struggling. She has taken her husband’s side over her children, causing a huge strain. Her children are strangers to her now. She must face Jake’s crime. The wife of a demon.

Her entire marriage had been a battle against being known only as Jake’s wife—now she feared the battle could be over for good. She had become a widow to a living man and a childless mother.

How did they get to this place? People wondered if she knew. Was she this naïve? She trusted this man. Her life is shattered. How many people has he fooled? A monster.

The author takes us back to the early days to the 1960s, where we hear from two points of view: Phoebe and Jake. The roller coaster ride from mansions, and wealth to prison.

When yet another tragedy occurs, Phoebe is forced to make a decision. She has to cut Jake free, even though he felt he could straddle the world on other’s people’s legs. Love and loss. Survival. He had squandered and cheated people and fooled millionaires, and lessons never learned.

Can Phoebe survive this disaster and come out whole once again? A different person perhaps?

The author does an outstanding job with the couple's journey from both perspectives. What a ride. The dark secrets of a husband and his scheming. A financial empire crumbling. The betrayal. From domestic suspense to psychological.

If you enjoyed the Madoff miniseries, (good), assured to find THE WIDOW OF WALL STREET engaging. Of course, in Palm Beach we hear his name often; however, Trump has taken over the spotlight here on the island.

Randy Susan Myers tackles highly charged topics, telling deeply personal stories of women. Their complexities, fear, pride and despair are woven brilliantly into the absorbing narrative.

Fans of Jodi Picoult, Diane Chamberlain, (A Stolen Marriage) Kimberly S. Belle (The Marriage Lie) and Liane Moriarty (Big Little Lies) will appreciate the complex relationships and the emotional inner lives of women in crisis.

Read the backstory.

A special thank you to Atria and NetGalley for an early reading copy.


Source: www.judithdcollinsconsulting.com/single-post/2016/09/01/The-Widow-of-Wall-Street
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text 2015-01-23 05:37
Rally May Continue For Indonesia Stock Market

RTT News - The Indonesia stock market has finished higher in back-to-back sessions, gathering almost 20 points or 0.4 percent along the way. The Jakarta composite Index settled just above the 5,165-point plateau and the market may inch higher again on Wednesday.


The global forecast for the Asian markets is positive, thanks to stabilization in the price of oil, as well as bargain hunting. The European and U.S. markets were higher, and the Asian markets are tipped to open in the green.


The JCI finished slightly higher on Tuesday following mixed performances from the financial shares and resource stocks.


For the day, the index gained 14.00 points or 0.27 percent to finish at the daily high of 5,166.09 after trading as low as 5,121.81. Volume was 5.99 billion shares worth 6.27 trillion rupiah.


Among the actives, Aneka Tambang added 0.48 percent, while Bank Central Asia collected 0.19 percent, Bank Negara Indonesia shed 1.26 percent, Bank Danamon Indonesia climbed 0.98 percent, Bank Mandiri gained 0.23 percent, Bumi Resources tumbled 4.67 percent, Energi Mega Persada lost 0.97 percent and XL Axiata fell 0.85 percent.


The lead from Wall Street is cautiously optimistic as stocks bounced back and forth across the unchanged line before ending the day in positive territory.


The Dow inched up 3.66 points or less than a tenth of a percent to 17,515.23, while the NASDAQ rose 20.46 points or 0.4 percent to 4,654.85 and the S&P 500 edged up 3.13 points or 0.2 percent to 2,022.55.


The volatility came as traders expressed uncertainty ahead of European Central Bank's monetary policy announcement on Thursday. Many expect the ECB to expand its quantitative easing program, particularly after last week's surprise move by the Swiss National Bank.


Some negative sentiment was generated by a sharp pullback by the price of crude oil, as crude for March delivery tumbled $2.66 to $46.47 a barrel.


Ongoing concerns about the global economy weighed on the price of crude oil following news that the International Monetary Fund downgraded its global growth outlook.


Meanwhile, the National Association of Home Builders reported a modest drop in U.S. home builder confidence in January.

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text 2014-11-05 08:32
Bradley Associates News Blog Information on Stock Market: Is it Going to Collapse by 50%?

The world has become so dangerous that apparently nothing seems to be able to rattle us out of our cozy existence, whether we live in a developed nation or not. Natural calamities visit the poor as well as the rich nations, for one thing. And the economic crisis affects every person somehow, whether he or she is the richest person or the most destitute of all – the former constantly fears losing money in a financial crash while the latter of finally starving to death one day with many others in the same dire state.


But is a 50% collapse of the stock market equivalent to the death of our way of life or, even close to a literal death for those who depend on it as their source of living? One does not have to be so poor to fear losing one’s entire livelihood or all of one’s wealth.


But according to several reputable experts, it is only a matter of time before the stock market plunges by 50% or more. “We have no right to be surprised by a severe and imminent stock market crash,” explains Mark Spitznagel, a hedge-fund manager who is notorious for his hugely profitable billion-dollar bet on the 2008 crisis. “In fact, we must absolutely expect it.”


And Spitznagel, unfortunately, is not the only one saying that.


Marc Faber, a Swiss adviser and fund manager, warns that “we are in a gigantic financial asset bubble” which “could burst any day.” And Faber blames President Obama’s big-government policies and the Federal Reserve’s risk-prone low-rate policies, which, he says, “penalize the income earners, the savers who save, your parents — why should your parents be forced to speculate in stocks and in real estate and everything under the sun?”


Likewise, billion-dollar investor Warren Buffett is allegedly also foreseeing a crash. The “Warren Buffett Indicator,” referred to also the “Total Market Cap to GDP Ratio,” is breaking the limits of sell-alert conditions, predicting an imminent collapse soon.


Under the circumstances, what should one do? Either one sells and keep the money stashed away or risk it all.


But Sean Hyman, founder of Absolute Profits, proposes another option.


“There are specific sectors of the market that are all but guaranteed to perform well during the next few months,” Hyman explains. “Getting out of stocks now could be costly.”


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What makes Hyman so confident?


He is supposedly privy to a secret Wall Street calendar that has beaten the overall market by 250% since 1968. This calendar contains a list of 19 investments (based on sectors of the market) and 38 dates when to buy or sell them, allowing anyone to convert $1,000 into as much as $178,000 in two decades.


In a video clip, Sean Hyman revealed the existence of this Wall Street calendar. (Sean Hyman Reveals His Secret Wall Street Calendar in This Controversial Video, Click Here.) He uses this calendar as part of his overall investment system.


“I have also designed a Crash Alert System that is designed to warn investors before a major correction as well,” Hyman adds. He says that if the market begins to dip, the Crash Alert System will send a warning for investors to sell.


The investment tool would have helped anyone avoid the 2000 and 2008 collapses and back-testing has proven the system to be effective, according to Hyman. Anyone would have made tons of money by simply avoiding those horrendous sell-offs.


Looks like Hyman wears bright-colored glasses through the coming financial storm. Yet, his record for predicting stock market movements is stellar, earning him the trust of thousands of subscribers to his monthly newsletters and millions of buyers of his investment videos.


Continue to blog…

Source: bradley-associates.info/2014/11/04/bradley-associates-news-blog-information-stock-market-going-collapse-50
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review 2014-05-16 22:00
Investment Assistance
The Stock Market is Predictable: Exploit Proven Seasonal Patterns for Higher Returns - Francis Yee

Reviewed for Readers' Favorite.


Readers will be happy to learn from Francis Yee, in The Stock Market is Predicable, basics that will assist them in making their investments. Written with an eye particularly toward those with funds in 401(k) plans, IRAs, Keoghs and the like, Yee successfully makes the market and investments understandable to the newbie investor.  He sets forth the basics of different investment vehicles, paying particular attention to mutual funds and also of the cost to invest in different kinds of vehicles. Then Yee discusses the importance of some basic tax law. Once done, he summarizes predicable, seasonal market influences.


In The Stock Market is Predictable, readers will learn of the importance of researching the stocks and funds in which they might invest to learn primarily of their management, goods, and market placement. Francis Yee then explains stock market patterns and in particular what he dubs the Winter Pattern and the Summer Pattern. Readers will learn the main causes of those patterns. They will also learn when and how to trade out their investments so as to maximize their profits by taking those patterns into account. While I have general knowledge of the different kinds of plans that hold funds for investing (such as 401(k) plans) as well as tax law, I genuinely appreciated learning Yee’s approach to maximizing investment earnings. Any reader looking for a helpful primer on investment strategy would do well to spend some time with The Stock Market is Predictable. If they do so, I predict their own earnings may increase.


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