Beginner Trading

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  • What We Know About The Instacart IPO

    The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic created a need for many new, personalised services. In an attempt to slow the spread of the contagion, businesses deemed "non-essential" closed their doors, employees began working from home and food vendors developed creative new ways of catering to their clientele. One industry that gained significant marketshare during the COVID-19 pandemic was online grocery services. Among the largest players in the online grocery sector…

  • Everything We Know About The Stripe IPO

    The term "fintech" has become a buzzword for companies specialising in the provision of cutting-edge, digital financial services. The sector's modern incarnation may be traced back to the early 1990s and a Citigroup project dubbed the "Financial Services Technology Consortium." At its core, fintech is the promotion of technological cooperation within the world of finance. Although the fintech sector has been around for decades, its presence in the business world…

  • Innovation ETFs

    ETFs focusing on innovation may have been around for a few years now, but have really gained popularity last year and look set to take on 2021. A good variety to choose from have caught the eye of investors around the globe. What are they all about? We have come to know ETFs as a selection of companies that try to mimic indices, markets or a particular industry. Innovation ETFs…

  • Buy Limit Vs Buy Stop In Forex Trading

    For active forex traders, properly locating orders is a key part of conducting day-to-day business. Understanding order functionality and how different types impact trade execution is critical to interacting within the market competently. If not, untimely mistakes can lead to lost opportunity, or worse, lost capital. On the buy-side of the equation, there are two order types that market participants need to be familiar with: buy limits and buy stops.…

  • Is Forex Trading A Scam?

    The foreign currency exchange, or forex (FX), is a decentralised, electronic marketplace. It's the world's single largest trading venue and includes a wide variety of participants from every corner of the earth. Institutional investors, retail traders and liquidity providers engage the forex on a 24/5 basis, generating average daily volumes upwards of US$6 trillion. The robust participation promotes consistent liquidity and volatility, two attributes conducive to the creation of hedging…

  • Forex vs Stocks

    Forex vs Stocks - Traders all over the world are switching to forex because of the many advantages of the forex market.

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