Markets r never crazy.Its the Central Banks and the Governments that make the markets go crazy....
- Amit Aggarwal
Jul 2   
Everyone screws up now and then, but these costly clangers really take the biscuit. (Read the article)


Jul 2   
Citywire  rated Paul Read has said Invesco Perpetual is running around 17% in liquid investments across the ?23.5 billion it runs in fixedincome portfolios (Read the article)


Jul 2   
South Korea's government bonds fell, sending the10-year yield to a two-week high, as a pickup in the U.S. services industry sparked a decline in Treasuries. (Read the article)


Jul 2   
Taiwan's 10-year bonds fell, pushing the yield up by the most since September (Read the article)


Jul 2   
Keen-eyed investors may have noticed that 3 year bond yields have now moved higher than the cash rate for the first time since the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) started its most recent round of rate cuts in November 2011. (Read the article)


Jun 7   
Improving investor confidence in Pakistan, whose currency is the best performing in Asia this year, bodes well for its plan to tap the global sukuk market for the first time since 2005. (Read the article)


Jun 7   
India's forex reserves fell by $273.8 million to $312.382 billion in the week to May 30, mainly on account of a drop in currency assets. (Read the article)


Jun 7   
Analysts look to the gold price history as a tool to make predictions about the yellow metal's direction. (Read the article)


Jun 7   
In its annual policy recommendations to governments around Europe, the EC sought to strike a fine balance between pushing for budget cuts and stimulating a fragile economy at a time of record unemployment. (Read the article)


Jun 7   
The U.S. trade deficit jumped to a two-year high in April, as exports declined and imports surged to a record high.  (Read the article)


Jun 7   
This seems to be a very common question these days. As yields continue to fall and stocks continue to rise many people assume that there's some necessary disconnect in the way bond markets and equity markets are reacting. (Read the article)


May 20   
China remained the United States' largest foreign creditor in March, trimming holdings of US Treasuries by just $800 million (Read the article)


May 20   
Foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury securities increased their holdings in March to a record high. (Read the article)


May 20   
One cannot help having a sneaking admiration for people who are very sure of themselves and convinced that everyone else is a fool, an incompetent, or both. (Read the article)


May 20   
Cyprus' economy continued to contract at a solid rate in the first quarter, flash estimate from the Statistical Service showed Thursday. (Read the article)


May 20   
Greece will still need an additional €14.9 billion ($20.6 billion) in financial help through next year  (Read the article)


May 20   
Euro zone economic growth was much weaker than expected in the first quarter and inflation remained locked in the 'danger zone' (Read the article)


May 2   
India’s total external debt stock stood at $ 426.0 billion on 31 December 20135.2 per cent higher than that on 31, March, 2013. (Read the article)


May 2   
INVESTORS have developed a remarkable enthusiasm for the European debt they once shunned.  (Read the article)


May 2   
The global economy's new housing bubbles may not be about to burst just yet (Read the article)





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Further Resources
  • There are a few free forex trading signals now being offered that can assist you in determining when to buy and when to sell certain stocks.
  • India will become the world's largest economy by 2050, surpassing its neighbour China, says a report. Kamal Nath politician is all for the growth and expansion of India not only in population but economically
  • The problem is when people look for short cuts and like most things, you can’t rush things. You just have to let them be and let things take their natural course. Even simple investments in things like gold from : US Money Reserve take time to gain value. If you don’t have any patience, than the financial markets definitely aren’t for you. The same if you are worrier. Do you really want to be logged in to your computer or Blackberry every second of the day monitoring your portfolio and seeing how much money you’ve gained or lost in the last 80 seconds?


Investing Yourself in Your Investments
When it comes to the financial markets and investing in them, one of the biggest mistakes that people make is that they fail to make the effort to know what they are doing. They are playing the market without knowing what the difference between a put and a call. They have no idea what a butterfly or straddle is. Nor do they know the difference between going short and going long. Forget about being inexcusable, this is unforgivable. Do your homework. Spend some time doing the research and understand what you are doing.

You’d be excused for thinking this is a rookie error but sadly it’s not. It’s one of the problems why Wall Street fared so badly in the second half of 2008. Many people were doing things they didn’t truly understand. Overleveraging was a massive problem as was sub-prime lending. People were happy to cash the profits but weren’t too concerned what the cost of them was.

The same thing happened with Barings Bank and Nick Leeson. When he was making unauthorized speculative trades this was ok because his £10 million profits accounted for about a tenth of Barings annual income. He received a bonus two and a half times his annual salary. But when things went south and losses grew to over £200 million they turned his back on him.

You don’t normally hear the sob stories because no one wants to tell them. Everyone only brags about how well they did. But one has to truly appreciate the risks of playing the market. Like anything the potential ups equal the downs and one has to be prepared for both outcomes.

The problem is when people look for short cuts and like most things, you can’t rush things. You just have to let them be and let things take their natural course. If you don’t have any patience, than the financial markets definitely aren’t for you. The same if you are worrier. Do you really want to be logged in to your computer or Blackberry every second of the day monitoring your portfolio and seeing how much money you’ve gained or lost in the last 80 seconds?

Investing is meant to be a step to take care of you at the end of your life. It’s meant to take your worries away. It isn’t meant to be the source of your worries.
 
 
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