Ethical Investing: Looking Into Ethical Investments
For studying socially responsible investments, the key word is ethics, of course. View every corporate website you know. Most of these sites designate a section on sustainability. But do firms practice what ...
Ethical Investing: Niche Investment Style
Over the past two years, sustainable, responsible, and impact investing (SRI) has grown significantly in the United States. Based on the US SIF Foundation findings, the total US-domiciled assets under management, using SRI strategies, increased by ...
Ethical Investing: Socially Responsible Investing
Socially responsible investors look for socially responsible companies, especially their relations with outsiders. First and foremost, these investors prefer entities that have mutually beneficial and respectful relationships with their ...
Introduction to Ethical Investing
Since time immemorial, investors look after better profits and income paying stocks. While many consider themselves as ethical investors, the common notion about this investing is they have to forget generating huge profits to uphold their values. ...
Principles of Trading: Automating Strategies
An automated trading system basically lets a computer to do the work of a trader by setting certain rules for entering and exiting trades. That computer can trail market movements to pinpoint buy or sell opportunities based on what the user has sp ...
Principles of Trading: Charting
Where can you see market movements? Charts. Thanks to technology, traders can view as many market information as they can in one go. But not all charts are helpful. So it is important to only use the ones that improve your trades. If there’s ...
Principles of Trading: Introduction
Trading is an active participation in the financial markets. Those who partake in buy-and-hold investing are called traders. Also called market players, they seek to gain from short-term price moves to profit in bearish or bullish markets instead ...
Principles of Trading: Leverage and Margin
All novice and seasoned traders need to befriend these two great tools to achieve success in trading: leverage and margin. Leverage is the utilization of various financial instruments to increase buying power and return ...
Principles of Trading: Record Keeping and Taxation
It is imperative for every trader to maintain a precise, organized, and latest trading-related records. Hence, traders should keep both hard and digital copy of important documents such as brokerage statements (from the broker), resources (economi ...
Principles of Trading: Risk Management
It is imperative for traders to master risk management, which includes knowing how much you could lose per trade or over time and evaluating the peril entailed in each trade or methodology. A well-written trading plan should outline different stra ...
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Is Your Stock about to Slump?
Discontinuation of Guidance It’s never been easy to provide quarterly or annual financial forecasts to investors, as the business environment changes over time. Let ’s add to the mix the company’s enormity and the chance the projected revenues could be pushed back or bumped up.
4 Pillars of a Legal Contract
An individual will be encountering and signing several different contracts such as an agreement to purchase a house or a car. But have you ever thought of what this legal document about is and what it actually requires from you? Or do you really know the important elements a contract must posses to make it valid and enforceable? Before signing a contract, be familiarized with the four elements [#ret]of a legal contract: Competent Party It is given that any individual cannot engage in a contract with an insane person, and this is extended to people under the influence of mind-a[#ret]ltering drugs or alcohol.
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