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Trading Education

Understanding Futures Contract Trading

Investors are trading futures to speculate or hedge on the price direction of a security or commodity. In doing so, traders are purchasing a futures contract. Understanding Futures Futures, also known as futures contracts, are

Beginner Level Trading

3 Things You Need to Choose the Right Financial Advisor

Financial advisors are your best option if you need a specialist’s perspective on complex financial activities, such as investing or applying for a mortgage or pension benefits. Professional financial consultations can be pretty expensive, although

Advanced Level Trading

Understanding the Meaning and Job of an Angel Investor

Angel investors not only provide capital for emerging companies, but they also become involved in a business that could have excellent long-term growth potential. Angel investors may or may not be accredited players of the

Advanced Level Trading

Quantitative Tightening: Keeping Economic Growth In Check

The 2007-2009 Great Recession saw US economic activity cooling down at a point that it called for some performance boost. Fast forward to present times, and the world’s largest economy has received a considerable amount

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Beginner Level Trading

Investing in Cryptocurrencies: Meme Coins 101

Meme coins are cryptocurrencies designed as a homage to viral internet jokes that have gained an enormous following and a lot of investor attention over the past few years. While certain meme coins have become

Advanced Level Trading

Investing in Cryptocurrencies: The Ideal Asset Allocation

Investing in cryptocurrencies could do some good to your investment portfolio over the long term. However, its positive impact can depend on your timing. Research has shown that between January 2014 and September 2020, rebalancing

Trading Education

Exploring the Basics of Demand-Pull Inflation

The effect of supply and demand on each other helps establish the prices of products/services in an economy. Not enough supply or an overabundance in demand can send prices for goods surging. In fact, demand-pull