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Learn How to Benefit From Buying Cars on Finance

Learn How to Benefit From Buying Cars on Finance

Many of us assume that the best way to buy a new car is to use our own savings. However there has never been a better time to take out finance deals. Borrowing rates are competitive and it could actually work out to be more cost effective for you to buy cars on finance and […]

Land of the Rising Reputations - Survey Finds Top Seven Most Reliable Car-Makers Are All Japanese

Land of the Rising Reputations – Survey Finds Top Seven Most Reliable Car-Makers Are All Japanese

The only non-Japanese makes to achieve a top ten place were Skoda, Kia and Mini, in eighth, ninth and 10th respectively. Skoda builds most of its cars in the Czech Republic, while Kia is Malaysian, and Mini, of course, builds many of the models, which would have been included in the survey, in Cowley, just outside Oxford.

The survey used data taken from Warranty Direct’s 50,000 ‘live’ policies, which cover cars between three and 10 years old. There was bad news for British car-makers in the survey, as out of the 32 car makes it covered, four were British – with Land Rover faring the worst of all, with MG, Vauxhall and Rover also in the bottom 10, at fifth, sixth and ninth lowest-ranked respectively.

Just one in 14 (seven per cent) of Hondas covered by Warranty Direct policies needed attention during 2009, the survey found, while more than half (53 per cent) of Land Rovers subject to such cover had to be returned for repairs. Honda’s top place was its fifth in a row in this survey.

The cars studied were all between three and 10 years old, which is the age range of most of the used cars bought in the UK. Buying a used car and arranging used car finance are undertakings which must be entered into seriously, so polls such as this often reflect the types of cars which are in most demand as used buys. When arranging bad credit car finance, the car itself can often be taken as security for the loan, so more reliable makes are always considered to be a wise buy. While many of these can be hard to find, it is always worth a buyer persisting if they have set their heart of owning a particular make, and not being

What is a Financial Investor?

What is a Financial Investor?

Put quite simply, a financial investor is a person who invests some initial capital in the hopes of gaining a return on this money over time. Such investments could be incredibly simple, such as buying a certificate of deposit for 100 dollars and getting paid back 105 dollars in a year. Investments could also be much more complex, such as investing in an old, broken down house, and putting some time and effort into the house and selling (or flipping) the house for a lot more money. Both these ventures require financial investors to make them happen.

Am astute investor in modern terms is usually a person with high levels of education, such as graduate school or other intense training. These type of financial investors generally is thought of as a person who works on wall street for a large investment company, although this is not always the case.

In reality, a financial investor is a very broad term. From wall street guru’s to personal lenders, almost everyone can become a good investor. Some people start out very small, investing a little bit of money into several stocks and bonds, while others take on much more risky ventures, such as giving an entrepreneur a large amount of startup money. Generally, a financial investors return (how much money they make on their initial investment) is directly proportional to the amount of risk they are willing to take.

We have quickly taken a look at what constitutes a person who seeks to earn money through the correct usage of their existing capital. This can be accomplished through stocks, real estate and other forms of investing. Of course we haven’t covered everything related to financial investments. But we have touched on the ones you should know to begin making better financial decisions. And

To Become A Successful Technical Analyst, One Has To Study It For A Long Time

To Become A Successful Technical Analyst, One Has To Study It For A Long Time

I don’t understand why on earth anyone that has followed a couple of tutorials, read one or two books, could proclaim themselves as “technical analysis experts”. If you compare to any other profession, you will see that most requires at least a five-year course in order to be recognized, by society, that you are a professional at what you have studied and that you are now, able to make money out of it.

Many neophytes get in the market expecting to make a killing in the first year of their technical analysis career. Then, when they don’t duplicate their money in their first three months, they put their tail between their legs and run for the hills. Technical analysis work as any other job or profession in the world: you need to give it some time to really see some good results.

The problem is that you do not have a set course that is mandatory for you to take in order to be able to use technical analysis to bet on the market. If you want, you could read what a spinning top candle formation is and then go out there and bet all your money on that with the help of your home broker. The internet makes it far too easy to get in and get out of the market at any time. While this could an amazing and good fact, sometimes and for the majority of the population, this actually acts as a hindrance rather than an aid.

Don’t believe me? Just take a lot at the statistics and see how many people are able to profit CONSISTENTLY for a long time. I don’t believe it gets even at 10%. 5% seems like a more real figure. Sure you can earn now and then, make a killing

Intraday Vs. Interday Trading: Everything You Should Know

Intraday Vs. Interday Trading: Everything You Should Know

Thousands of traders seek to make profits in the stock market every day. But stock trading is not everyone’s cup of tea, and losing money seems to be a lot easier than booking profits. So, investors apply intraday and interday trading strategies to make the best use of their resources.

A trading strategy is chosen on the basis of the investor’s risk appetite and investment horizon. The choice also depends on the type of security the investor wants to deal with. Each of these trading strategies has different rules.

Intraday Vs. Interday Trading: Everything You Should Know

Basics of intraday tradingand interday trading

Intraday trading relates to trades being settled in a single trading day. In contrast, interday trading involves trading that takes place over more than a single day. Both these trading techniques are short-term trading strategies. So, they focus on short-term trades.

However, the two strategies are distinguished by their respective approaches towards trading, time horizons, and risk profiles.

Before you start trading, it is essential to open a trading account with a broker like Kotak Securities. Now, you can decide on your goal and set the trading strategy accordingly.

Differences between intraday and interday trading

In case of intraday trades, the trading horizon is much shorter and usually lasts a couple of hours. Here, investors buy securities after the market opens and square off the position before it closes. For this reason, it is popularly known as day trading.

Interday trading has a longer trading horizon. The securities are held overnight and even for a few days. Traders following this strategy select stocks based on fundamental analysis. READ MORE

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