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  1. Foreign Investment Routes: The FDI And FPI

    The differences between foreign direct investment and foreign portfolio investment, two common roads to travel to invest ...
  2. Top 3 Aluminum ETFs (IYM, AA)

    Discover information about how investors can use ETFs to obtain exposure to the aluminum market, including information on ...
  3. Top 3 Nuclear Stocks for 2018

    The energy sector in general – and uranium in particular – may be poised to take off this year.
  4. Top 4 Steel Stocks for 2018

    Trump's plan to use U.S. steel for all new pipelines and pipeline repairs, positions these four steel stocks for gains.
  5. Starbucks As An Example Of The Value Chain Model

    Management consulting guru Micahel Porter developed the value chain model in 1985; here's how it works, using a well-known ...
  6. Top 3 Wine Stocks for 2018

    Some say sin stocks are going to be big this year, so why not consider these winning wine stocks?
  1. Equity vs. Salary: What You Need To Know (FB, GOOG)

    Equity payments are common at startup companies. Equity offers potential for a big payout but is also much riskier than a ...
  2. Unemployment Rates by Country

    Which countries have the lowest and highest unemployment rates? The answers might surprise you.
  3. Do I Need A Personal Accountant?

    You know you need to keep your personal finances better organized. Should you hire professional help, and if so what kind?
  4. The Story of Uber

    Uber's journey to become the world's most highly valued private startup.
  5. How Inflation Affects Your Cost of Living

    How will your wallet be impacted by inflation?
  6. World's Top 10 Internet Companies

    Site Edithas compiled a list of the top 10 Internet companies in the world based on revenue and market cap.
  1. 4 Common Active Trading Strategies

    Learn four of the most popular active trading strategies and why active trading isn't limited to professional traders anymore. ...
  2. The Four Most Common Indicators in Trend Trading

    Learn about the top indicators and tools trend traders use to establish when trends exist and find entry and exit points. ...
  3. ADX: The Trend Strength Indicator

    The average directional index (ADX) is a trend indicator that can lead traders to reduced risk and increase profit potential. ...
  4. Circumventing the Limitations of Black-Scholes

    Learn the ways to get around the flaws in trading models like Black-Scholes.
  5. Testing Point-and-Figure Patterns

    Learn the patterns that will help you pinpoint and profit from breakouts.
  6. 5 Deliberate Things to Do to Improve Your Trading

    Most traders put in trading hours, but don't improve. Here's 5 steps to take you to the next level.
  1. Guide To Smartphone Forex Apps

    Here are 15 apps that can enhance your forex trading.
  2. Mergers & Acquisitions: Path to Profitable Trades

    When major corporate transactions have a big impact on the currency markets, you can benefit.
  3. 6 Factors That Influence Exchange Rates

    An in depth look at out how a currency's relative value reflects a country's economic health and impacts your investment ...
  4. The Origins Of Common Currency Symbols

    Check out some of the world's most heavily traded currencies and their origins.
  5. The International Fisher Effect: An Introduction

    The Fisher models have the ability to illustrate the expected relationship between interest rates, inflation and exchange ...
  6. How Forex Brokers Make Money

    Forex brokers set their prices based on commission, spread, or a combination of both. Traders have to be cautious in the ...
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