In life, clichés are just boring. They’re things you’ve heard a hundred times before and you wish someone would come up with something original for a change. In trading, the use of the word “cliché” is downright dangerous. It implies something unoriginal or out of date, a fad thought that’s gone out of fashion.
With due deference to the importance of your health during this pandemic, it’s smart to explore right away the best ways you can protect and even grow your investments. Here are 6 ways you can protect your investment during these volatile times.
And as fears mount over a coronavirus pandemic and global economic slowdown, traders around the world sit tight in expectation that the global crisis has affected one of the key indicators of US economic health.
February is proving to be another positive month for the UK economy as better-than-expected data brightens the pound & indicates a rebound after a fourth-quarter halt.
Getting yourself into the right habits before you begin entering positions on any given day is vital if you’re going to maintain a productive and disciplined attitude to trading.
As traders calmed over the spread of the pneumonia-like virus in China, the USD edged higher, while Germany’s DAX index posted a record high.
The Chinese Yuan tumbled against the USD today after the spread of a pneumonia-like virus in China triggered a sudden bout of risk aversion, disrupting world markets.
We’ve put together a list of left-field stocks that look set to create compelling headlines as their companies, stocks and categories face a defining 2020.
The British sterling slipped today after weak inflation data backed up the Bank of England’s call for urgent stimulus to boost the UK economy.
Traders around the world are watching this month’s NFP closely, expected to be one of the last big market movers of the year.