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Trading Yes or No?: Discover Why Start Doing Tr...
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If you're new to trading on financial markets, your first question is, "Where do I start?" Many newcomers quickly feel overwhelmed by the flood of information when they open their demo trading account for the first time and are tempted to try the second step before they do the first. But it is important to understand the basics of trading first.  What is the difference between investing and trading? Investing and trading are two different ways to make a profit in the financial market. Many, for whom the world of finance is new territory, do not initially understand the difference between the two methods. In the following, we explain what is meant by both.  Invest The objective of an investor is to increase its net assets progressively by buying and holding a portfolio of equities, bonds, funds, and other investment instruments.Investments are often kept for years or even decades. Investors will benefit from certain supplements such as dividend payments, coupon payments and/or interest during this period. If markets fall in value, many investors still retain their investments as they hope the price will recover. Investors, therefore, consider the long-term value of their investments. For them, it is not so important how strong the daily price fluctuations on the market are. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scyler Morgan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/197430/bk_acx0_197430_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Why Cryptocurrencies Are an Unwarranted Investm...
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This essay sheds light on why cryptocurrencies are an unwarranted investment and identifies the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies. Moreover, cryptocurrencies that you should never invest in and the types of companies with low profit margins that you should desist from investing in are identified in this essay. Furthermore, how low profit margins can devastate a business and strategies for how to avoid loosing money investing in the equities market are delineated in this essay. Additionally, the formula for generating wealth that can predict the future profitability outlook of a corporation and how to apply the formula for generating wealth to determine if buying stocks in a corporation is a worthwhile investment is expounded upon in this essay. Unconventional investment strategies for how to afford to retire prematurely without ever having to be employed to a company are identified and how to earn substantial money online to be able to afford to make financial investments in the digital era is explicated in this essay. In spite of their allure, an investment in cryptocurrencies is a precarious, unwarranted investment due to their lack of purchasing power and extrinsic value in the market. While fiat currencies may be deemed intrinsically worthless due to no longer being on the gold standard and having been diluted of almost all there purchasing power over the years, they have established extrinsic value, which is why you can procure products and services with fiat currencies, such as US Dollars and Kuwaiti Dinars, and not with cryptocurrencies. Investing in cryptocurrencies can be deemed an unwarranted investment for a host of reasons. First and foremost, cryptocurrencies are not income generating assets. This means that they will not yield dividend payments, unlike equities, nor coupon payments, unlike bonds. “Because cryptocurrencies have no earnings, that means it has no P/E ratio by which a rational price can be established. Cryptoc 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Scott. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/209191/bk_acx0_209191_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Bond (finance)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In finance, a bond is a debt security, in which the authorized issuer owes the holders a debt and, depending on the terms of the bond, is obliged to pay interest (the coupon) and/or to repay the principal at a later date, termed maturity. A bond is a formal contract to repay borrowed money with interest at fixed intervals. Thus a bond is like a loan: the issuer is the borrower (debtor), the holder is the lender (creditor), and the coupon is the interest. Bonds provide the borrower with external funds to finance long-term investments, or, in the case of government bonds, to finance current expenditure. Certificates of deposit (CDs) or commercial paper are considered to be money market instruments and not bonds. Bonds must be repaid at fixed intervals over a period of time. Bonds and stocks are both securities, but the major difference between the two is that stockholders have an equity stake in the company (i.e., they are owners), whereas bondholders have a creditor stake in the company (i.e., they are lenders). Another difference is that bonds usually have a defined term, or maturity, after which the bond is redeemed, whereas stocks may be outstanding indefinitely.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Complete Guide to Investing in Bonds & Bond Funds
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Bonds have long been a stalwart of investment. More than $100 billion was invested in municipal bonds alone in 2006. Now, with the economy a little less certain than it has been in recent decades, the demand for a secure place to invest money has lead to resurgence in interest in the use of bonds for many investors. Because there are many peculiarities in bond investment, you must have a basic understanding of the market, the bond issuer, how to measure rates of return and how to maximise those rates. This book provides anyone who has never invested in bonds before the ideal handbook to start investing in and earning massive returns from bonds. You will learn everything the savvy investor needs to effectively turn a high risk portfolio into a constantly growing, steadily developing source of wealth. You will learn how bonds operate on a very basic level, including the numerous different kinds of bonds and how bond funds can be a highly lucrative option. You will learn the fundamental differences between government, municipal, and corporate bonds and how much of a return you can expect from each. You will learn the basic methods of valuation and yield that bonds are measured by and how you can evaluate bonds with three basic steps. You will be guided through determining the face value, coupon rate, and sale price of a bond, as well as the ratings, insurance, maturity, callability, and taxes that might be associated with it. The importance of interest rates, inflation, and supply and demand in affecting the yield of your bonds will be detailed as well to ensure you make a careful investment. In addition to a comprehensive guide on the many options and methods of investing in bonds, dozens of interviews with financial gurus from around the nation have been conducted to provide critical, real world advice on how to successfully invest your money into bonds. You will be shown the risk free methods by which to invest in bonds, making low interest returns on U.S. government bonds, as well as the higher risk methods that will allow you to make great returns by investing in industrial and corporate bonds. You will learn how to look overseas for even more lucrative options and how to measure the risk of your bonds based on the debt in which you are investing and the callability of any one bond issuer. You will be shown how to effectively balance your portfolio to include bonds without ignoring the necessity and place for other investments. For any investor who has been agonising over how to safely invest money for a high return, this book is for you, guiding you through the complex, but rewarding, world of bond investments.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Investment Mathematics for Finance and Treasury...
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For Finance and Treasury professionals to effectively pitch, sell, and comprehend the true appeal and relevance of a particular security, there is nothing more important than knowing how the value of said security has been determined. While punching numbers into a computer may provide the information needed, it is nevertheless essential to have a firm grasp of the valuation concepts in order to make the best, most informed decisions. Offering a straightforward, accessible approach not found anywhere else, this comprehensive new book provides a clear-cut road map through the mathematical concepts associated with the investments sector of Treasury management.Written by an expert in the field, Investment Mathematics for Finance and Treasury Professionals explains the principles and formulae used in the fixedincome cash markets. It presents an in-depth, yet practical look at the applications associated with these money and capital markets instruments. The book also covers calculations and applications in the foreign exchange and equities markets. The same in-depth coverage is applied to the various fixed-income and foreign exchange derivatives markets used as both speculative and hedging tools. Spanning the spectrum from price/yield changes to risk/return, and packed with numerous examples that illustrate key concepts, this exhaustive resource includes: Yield spread analysis— methods of price/yield quotation, yield spreads by maturity, off-the-run vs. on-the-run Price/yield sensitivity— hedge ratios, basis point value, dollar duration, convexity Term structure of interest rates different yield curve structures, zero coupon yield curve, Treasury trading STRIPS Foreignexchange— crossrates, spot rates, forward points, covered interest arbitrage Options— plain vanilla vs. exotic options, over-the-counter vs. exchange-traded options, understanding option valuation models, and option hedging and trading strategies Interest rate swaps, sw

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Complete Guide to Investing in Bonds and Bo...
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Bonds have long been a stalwart of investment. Now, with the economy a little less certain than it has been in recent decades, the demand for a secure place to invest money has led to resurgence in interest in the use of bonds for many investors. Because there are many peculiarities in bond investment, you must have a basic understanding of the market, the bond issuer, how to measure rates of return and how to maximize those rates. This book provides anyone who has never invested in bonds before the ideal handbook to start investing in and earning massive returns from bonds. You will learn everything the savvy investor needs to effectively turn a high risk portfolio into a constantly growing, steadily developing source of wealth. You will learn how bonds operate on a very basic level, including the numerous different kinds of bonds and how bond funds can be a highly lucrative option. You will learn the fundamental differences between government, municipal, and corporate bonds and how much of a return you can expect from each. You will learn the basic methods of valuation and yield that bonds are measured by and how you can evaluate bonds with three basic steps. You will be guided through determining the face value, coupon rate, and sale price of a bond, as well as the ratings, insurance, maturity, callability, and taxes that might be associated with it. The importance of interest rates, inflation, and supply and demand in affecting the yield of your bonds will be detailed as well to ensure you make a careful investment. In addition to a comprehensive guide on the many options and methods of investing in bonds, dozens of interviews with financial gurus from around the nation have been conducted to provide critical, real world advice on how to successfully invest your money into bonds. You will be shown the risk free methods by which to invest in bonds, making low interest returns on U.S. government bonds, as well as the higher risk methods that will allow you to make great returns by investing in industrial and corporate bonds. You will learn how to look overseas for even more lucrative options and how to measure the risk of your bonds based on the debt in which you are investing and the callability of any one bond issuer. You will be shown how to effectively balance your portfolio to include bonds without ignoring the necessity and place for other investments. For any investor who has been agonizing over how to safely invest money for a high return, this book is for you, guiding you through the complex, but rewarding, world of bond investments. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company president's garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed. This Atlantic Publishing eBook was professionally written, edited, fact checked, proofed and designed. The print version of this book is 336 pages and you receive exactly the same content. Over the years our books have won dozens of book awards for content, cover design and interior design including the prestigious Benjamin Franklin award for excellence in publishing. We are proud of the high quality of our books and hope you will enjoy this eBook version.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Investment Mathematics for Finance and Treasury...
106,99 € *
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For Finance and Treasury professionals to effectively pitch, sell, and comprehend the true appeal and relevance of a particular security, there is nothing more important than knowing how the value of said security has been determined. While punching numbers into a computer may provide the information needed, it is nevertheless essential to have a firm grasp of the valuation concepts in order to make the best, most informed decisions. Offering a straightforward, accessible approach not found anywhere else, this comprehensive new book provides a clear-cut road map through the mathematical concepts associated with the investments sector of Treasury management.Written by an expert in the field, Investment Mathematics for Finance and Treasury Professionals explains the principles and formulae used in the fixedincome cash markets. It presents an in-depth, yet practical look at the applications associated with these money and capital markets instruments. The book also covers calculations and applications in the foreign exchange and equities markets. The same in-depth coverage is applied to the various fixed-income and foreign exchange derivatives markets used as both speculative and hedging tools. Spanning the spectrum from price/yield changes to risk/return, and packed with numerous examples that illustrate key concepts, this exhaustive resource includes: Yield spread analysis— methods of price/yield quotation, yield spreads by maturity, off-the-run vs. on-the-run Price/yield sensitivity— hedge ratios, basis point value, dollar duration, convexity Term structure of interest rates different yield curve structures, zero coupon yield curve, Treasury trading STRIPS Foreignexchange— crossrates, spot rates, forward points, covered interest arbitrage Options— plain vanilla vs. exotic options, over-the-counter vs. exchange-traded options, understanding option valuation models, and option hedging and trading strategies Interest rate swaps, sw

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 24.09.2020
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Complete Guide to Investing in Bonds & Bond Funds
26,99 € *
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Bonds have long been a stalwart of investment. More than $100 billion was invested in municipal bonds alone in 2006. Now, with the economy a little less certain than it has been in recent decades, the demand for a secure place to invest money has lead to resurgence in interest in the use of bonds for many investors. Because there are many peculiarities in bond investment, you must have a basic understanding of the market, the bond issuer, how to measure rates of return and how to maximise those rates. This book provides anyone who has never invested in bonds before the ideal handbook to start investing in and earning massive returns from bonds. You will learn everything the savvy investor needs to effectively turn a high risk portfolio into a constantly growing, steadily developing source of wealth. You will learn how bonds operate on a very basic level, including the numerous different kinds of bonds and how bond funds can be a highly lucrative option. You will learn the fundamental differences between government, municipal, and corporate bonds and how much of a return you can expect from each. You will learn the basic methods of valuation and yield that bonds are measured by and how you can evaluate bonds with three basic steps. You will be guided through determining the face value, coupon rate, and sale price of a bond, as well as the ratings, insurance, maturity, callability, and taxes that might be associated with it. The importance of interest rates, inflation, and supply and demand in affecting the yield of your bonds will be detailed as well to ensure you make a careful investment. In addition to a comprehensive guide on the many options and methods of investing in bonds, dozens of interviews with financial gurus from around the nation have been conducted to provide critical, real world advice on how to successfully invest your money into bonds. You will be shown the risk free methods by which to invest in bonds, making low interest returns on U.S. government bonds, as well as the higher risk methods that will allow you to make great returns by investing in industrial and corporate bonds. You will learn how to look overseas for even more lucrative options and how to measure the risk of your bonds based on the debt in which you are investing and the callability of any one bond issuer. You will be shown how to effectively balance your portfolio to include bonds without ignoring the necessity and place for other investments. For any investor who has been agonising over how to safely invest money for a high return, this book is for you, guiding you through the complex, but rewarding, world of bond investments.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 24.09.2020
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