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Plus500.com Review

Posted on: 23 October, 2020

Author: allarticles.org

Review for Plus500.com

80.5% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Plus500.com is widely popular among professional traders. Back in 2008, the company started to offer financial services to the retail traders. Having the headquarter in Isreal, it is also listed on the London Stock Exchange as one of the leading CFD brokers.Over the past years, the company has established a profound reputation in the online community. This broker is also heavily regulated by CySec, FCA, ASIC, FMA, FSB, and MAS.

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Geometry of the Stock Market Isn’t So Good

Posted on: 24 June, 2002

Author: Charles Payne

The slippery slope of the Bear market just hit a ... angle. After coasting at a ... angle, that at times looked like it would plateau, stocks are now moving ... down hill and picking The slippery slope of the Bear market just hit a 90-degree angle. After coasting at a 45-degree angle, that at times looked like it would plateau, stocks are now moving decidedly down hill and picking up speed. Each bump in the road this year has shaken outpassengers, but now those thrown from the market will face even greater fiscal injury (not to mention mental, as...

SMART NEW FINANCING TOOL FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNER

Posted on: 08 May, 2002

Author: Daniel Lamaute

Pressed for cash, many people will take money out of their ... ... account (IRA) as a means to get quick access to capital. They do this even though they have to pay taxes and ... Pressed for cash, many people will take money out of their individual retirement account (IRA) as a means to get quick access to capital. They do this even though they have to pay taxes and generally if they are younger than 59 ½, also pay a 10% penalty on the money they withdraw.Only as a last resort should one touch their retirement savings for...

Self-Liquidating Loans - Fact or Fiction?

Posted on: 08 May, 2002

Author: Dave Laforge

FICTION! There is no such thing as a self-liquidating "LOAN." If you walkinto a bank and ask for a self liquidating loan, they'll look at you asthough you were nuts! You may see ads promising - A self-liquidating "LOAN" is fiction. You will never get a loan that youwill never have to pay back from anybody. You need to be very careful whenyou are presented with the opportunity to get "money for nothing!" A true, self liquidating "LOAN", standing on it's own, is a pipe dream - it'sperpetual motion. A loan that pays itself off is of NO benefit to...

I Wasn't Paying Attention: Where Does My Money Go and How Can I Get Some Back? - Part 2

Posted on: 24 April, 2002

Author: Janet L. Hall

- I Wasn't Paying ... Where Does My Money Go and How Can I Get Some Back? - Part 2 by: Janet L. ... after keeping a daily or monthly log of ... you’ve begun to notice your - I Wasn't Paying Attention: Where Does My Money Go and How Can I Get Some Back? - Part 2 by: Janet L. HallHopefully, after keeping a daily or monthly log of expenditures, you’ve begun to notice your pattern of spending habits. You should be able to see where all your money is going and not just wondering. You should now be...

Tax Strategies for Those with a Home or Small Business

Posted on: 23 April, 2002

Author: Naomi Knudsen

These are some tax ... ... ... by many tax ... Keeping up with the many tax law changes that are made each year is quite a job. You can help yourself and your ... by These are some tax strategies frequently overlooked by many tax preparers. Keeping up with the many tax law changes that are made each year is quite a job. You can help yourself and your accountant by making yourself familiar with how some of these fairly simple strategies can reduce your taxes, sometimes by thousands of dollars each year. The key to staying out of...

Index Funds - Are they right for you?

Posted on: 13 April, 2002

Author: Gabriel Nijmeh

Index Funds - Are they right for you?by Gabriel ... is an ... approach that seeks to match ... returns of a stock or bond index. An ... tries to ... the Index Funds - Are they right for you?by Gabriel NijmehIndexing is an investment approach that seeks to match theinvestment returns of a stock or bond index. An investmentmanager tries to duplicate the target index by holding all thesecurities in the index. This is what is called a passivemanagement approach which emphasizes broad diversification andlow portfolio turnover.There are a variety of indexes to suit each investment style. Thelargest and...

The Plastic Swipe

Posted on: 13 April, 2002

Author: Gabriel Nijmeh

The Plastic Swipeby Gabriel ... sure that most of us don't really know what happens ... time your swipe your credit and receive purchase ... ugh, credit card ... This is a The Plastic Swipeby Gabriel NijmehI'm sure that most of us don't really know what happens betweenthe time your swipe your credit and receive purchase approval(or, ugh, credit card declined). This is a process that happensmillions of times over during the course of a day and one whichwe take for granted.Let's VISA as an example, although this process works similarlyfor MasterCard. American Express works through a closed loopsystem whereby...

Your Best Tax Strategy - Start a Side-Business

Posted on: 12 February, 2002

Author: Doris Dobkins

I'm busy enough! I don't have time to start a ... good would it do me ... having your own business is one of the best ways to save money ontaxes and ... that many of you jus I'm busy enough! I don't have time to start a business!What good would it do me anyway?Well, having your own business is one of the best ways to save money ontaxes and considering that many of you just finished paying Uncle Samall your wages from January to May 2000, I thought you might beinterested in this topic.Consider this example.If you work for...

ASSET PROTECTION - Can You Bank On Your Haven?

Posted on: 14 January, 2002

There are more offshore banking havens than you can shake astick at. Nicholas Pullen tells you how to separate thewheat from the chaff, and make sure the haven you choose isreally a ... for you There are more offshore banking havens than you can shake astick at. Nicholas Pullen tells you how to separate thewheat from the chaff, and make sure the haven you choose isreally a safe-house for your money.There are definite and strong advantages to placing some ofyour hard-earned money in offshore bank accounts:First of all you get protection against your government.Nobody knows what a government will do...

GET ON THE INTERNET TODAY - UNSECURED LOANS UP TO $1 MILLION

Posted on: 08 December, 2001

Until recently leasing companies wouldn't even think about financingtransactions that included so-called "soft costs" such as custom software.Financing for hard collateral equipment were the only prog... Until recently leasing companies wouldn't even think about financingtransactions that included so-called "soft costs" such as custom software.Financing for hard collateral equipment were the only programs available.Now however, leasing companies are beginning to change with the times. Manylease/finance companies have added software financing to their traditionalline of equipment leasing, allowing businesses to buy expensive, evencustom-designed software, immediately, and pay for it over time.With the evolution of the Internet a handful of firms have begun...