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Risk Management Risk can be measured in terms of possibility or probability of losing money in...
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Moving From OTC to NASDAQ

Usually, when companies start losing a lot of money their stocks start to drop. This often indicates that something is wrong with the company. Eventually this kind of company can find itself being delisted from the NASDAQ or NYSE due to failure to comply with listing requirements. This in fact happens much more than the other way round – companies moving from OTC to NASDAQ. There are however a few prospective companies...

What Is a Stock Loan?

A stock loan is a loan just like any other, that uses stock as collateral. It may also be referred to as “securities lending”, which is the same thing, from the different perspective: the entity that takes the stock is regarded as the borrower, and, using this approach, the cash amount is regarded as the collateral in the transaction. There are plenty of reasons why traders and investors may turn to stock loans....

Will it be risky to get a loan for trading stocks?

If you want to trade stocks, but you don’t have enough money to pay for them, you may consider taking a loan. Before you rush to the bank with your application (which will probably be denied anyway), you should know that there is an entire sub-specialty of stock trading that is based on loans, which is called margin trading. There are people who specialize in doing nothing but that, and they make a nice profit at the...

Introduction to ETFs

An ETF or an Exchange Traded Fund is an investment fund that trades on a stock exchange.  An ETF is designed to duplicate the performance of an index such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the S&P 500.  ETFs also exist that track commodities such as gold, silver, oil or corn. To get a better understanding of an ETF it’s important to explore what is an index.  An index is a method used to measure the...

The Fundamental Principles of Binary Options

Binary options are a relatively new trading experience which has attempted to make the world of options trading available to everyone. The concept is simple and distances itself from the complex and expensive world of traditional options trading by allowing traders to invest in low-cost options and with returns guaranteed at around 80%. What are Binary Options? Binary options allow money to be made by simply choosing whether...

Introduction To Futures

A futures contract is a trade made in the present for an item that will be delivered in the future.  It is agreed that the seller will provide to the buyer the item in the future for the agreed upon price at the present time.  Items that are traded in the futures market include virtually every commodity and metal such as oil, gold, corn but this article will focus on contracts that relate to stock trading, specifically...

Stock Market Daily Schedule

The stock market is often very unpredictable in the sense that anything can happen at any time. However, for the most part, the schedule of the major exchanges more or less follows the same schedule and characteristics every day.  All times are New York City time – Eastern Standard Time (EST).  4:00AM- 9:30AM.  Many investors are surprised to learn that the ARCA exchange begins executing orders as early as...

Stock Market Regulatory Bodies

There are many regulations and rules in the stock market that are intended to make the market accessible and fair for the “mom and pop” investors.  Without rules and guidelines, the public would lose all confidence in the market and lose out on investment opportunities.  In the U.S there are two main organizations that are responsible for regulating the stock market.  These organizations are the...


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