All you want to know but never asked about the stocks and options markets.

martes, 21 de junio de 2016

Binary options, investment or bet?

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binary options, bet or investment

The options, in general, are financial products that are part of the group of derivatives.
Theoretical definition: An option is a contract between two parties whereby one acquires on the other the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a specific amount of an asset at a certain price at a future time.
Previously we saw the overall functioning of the most frequent options known as call and put options options.

viernes, 10 de junio de 2016

Investment Strategies: Permanent portfolio

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Investment Strategies - Permanent portfolio

In the last months of 2015 there has been a marked deterioration in the S&P 500, the benchmark of the US stock market, a situation that persists in the beginning of 2016. Among the reasons for this decline, as well as for the high volatility experienced from the summer of 2015, can be mentioned, among others, doubts about the Chinese economy, the drop in commodities (especially in oil), the political and economic uncertainty in many countries (including United States) and the South American stagnation.

How to make a lifestyle with intraday trading?

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First of all, start with a demo account. Trade in your demo account for 3 months. Try to negotiate five days a week. Establish a daily profit and loss goal for yourself.


Check the big news every morning before the market opening. Trade with capital you can afford to lose. Do not put all your buying power in one trade (money management). Stick to your trading plan at all times. Work with a small list of 3-5 stocks that you dominate. And do not overtrade.

viernes, 3 de junio de 2016

Sprint looking to buy T-Mobile USA

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Sprint, which previously played a merger between AT&T and T-Mobile  is now interested in buying T-Mobile USA based in Seattle for $40 per share. Earlier this year, Sprint was acquired by the  largest mobile communications company in Japan, Softbank. Softbank executives have more than 85% of the shares of Sprint and want to expand their investments to keep up with the competition and become one of the three largest companies in the sector of mobile comunications.