Foreign stock markets

Get Your Start as a Professional Trader Online

For more than a century, the trading of stocks and securities has been highly sought after a profession that offers tremendous potential. Engaging in this field as a professional trader used to involve living near a trading center, going to a physical office, and working long hours in a highly competitive environment. With the advent of the Internet, this has all changed. Becoming a professional trader is more accessible than ever. If you have a passion for all things finance, and you have a desire ...

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Wall Street

How to Build a Balanced Stock Portfolio for Higher Returns

Different individuals have different preferences when it comes to investing in stocks in terms of their preferred investment periods and required rates of returns. For the long term investors, they believe in the power of fundamental analysis before investing their money in any given stock in their stock portfolio. On the other hand, the short term traders believe in Chartism and technical analysis to guide them in making the right stock picks as well as in knowing when to enter and exit the market ...

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How to Make Wise Financial Investment Decisions

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. Not every investment is a wise financial investment decision. There are so many ways that you can invest your money that it is worth it to take the time to find investments that are likely to give you positive returns. Because, when all is said and done, the whole purpose of investing is to make a positive return on your money. Nobody in their right mind would ...

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The Orient Express? The Pros and Cons of Investing in Chinese Stocks

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. The markets of the United Kingdom and the European Union have endured some turbulent waters during the past year. Not only is the economy of the 28-nation bloc still considered to be quite fragile, but the Brexit movement has called into doubt the political viability of Britain into the near future. As opposed to adopting a watch-and-wait approach, some investors ...

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