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    She's lying (again), it's because the large swings in interest rates. Easy money (0% interest) lures business into taking loans, few years later (when loans need to be paid) interest rates are a few percent up, which doubles the loan expenses, direct cause of which is bottom 5-15% of business goes bankrupt.
    Trade wars should actually postpone it as shortened imports make way for local business.
    Much of these easy loans are used for buying stocks, which is the reason for both stable uptrends in periods of money printing ("quantitative easing" as per modern words) and sharp crashes during crises.
    Wow. Much Forex. So Monies. Very Opportunity.Many Trade. So Amazed. Wow.

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    i read all your article thank you for sharing this good piece of information actually i am also new in the market and i dont have a lot of opportunities you highlight all those opportunities that can help us in making profit...these kind of investments that have huge potentials to turn our investments into profit making business ....

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    Stock have existed for a long time now and I don't see anything that could kill the stock market. Its true other investment opportunities keeps coming up daily but it do not deny the fact that stock market still have a good stand in the financial market and its where money can be made too. Bond are just interest rate investment platform for a fixed term and its through this process government or large companies borrows money from the public.

  4. #24
    Nice piece, shares as you said represent a percentage of ownership that is attributed to an investor in relation to the amount that investor commits to the enterprise.
    Now I'd love to ask, why would an investor choose to purchase preferred shares which absorbs your right to vote on organizational issues.
    Does it mean that such an investor does not care about the outcome of his investment?
    I don't think its wise to sit back and let some set of people determine what should be done in the organization without my input.
    After all, I'm a part and stakeholder of the enterprise.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Doge View Post
    There is a Conspiracy Theory that states shares are used to control companies by bankers who own a large amount of their shares (thus enabling them to manipulated the shares' prices to some extent).
    And indeed ownership structure of many companies shows more than half of their shares owned by a few banks and funds, who also own most of each other's shares, thus pointing to single group ownership, although identities are not revealed.
    With banks it's even worse - post-WW2 macroeconomics links capital requirements with total shares value. Two years ago there was a case with an Italian bank where shares price suddenly dropped and the bank was forced to take extraordinary loans by bigger banks under quite suspicious circumstances.
    This is a good topic and I agree with you It is almost certain that there are those who run this market as They are the makers of the hidden market. They control the price by increasing supply or demand .based on their desires ; people goes with them .their desires unite in fear or greed and they are in all markets.

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    I have always wanted to trade bonds, these being, there is nothing that offers better guarantee than bonds, there is a lot to which any one trader should look at, I love trading shares for the simple reason, that the shares are easy to analyse as a company and for that , all you have to do is to pull a company profile and make sure that the traders are absolutely well organized its important you realize the goal of any one trade and it is also important you look at the performance of your bonds, that makes it easy for one to know where to start where to go, its something that as a trader must be able to learn, bonds are easy to invest in especially when announced, stocks are easy to learn trading when the company performance is are easier to read.

  7. #27
    Greetings, your article is very interesting, I hope I can get useful lessons about forex in this forum

  8. #28
    There is a big difference between shares and bonds and lots of traders could trade both possibly on the same underlying stock. For example , for less risky traders, bonds are a good way to get some profitable returns over several years because they could insure some overall stable results yearly. It is possible to get some default from the companies, that is why it is recommended to invest only small amounts on the markets.

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