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« on: October 13, 2012, 02:40:01 AM »
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« on: February 17, 2009, 09:23:53 PM »
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STOCK and FOREX EXCHANGE / Forex Company Incorporation
« on: February 10, 2009, 06:58:02 PM »
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Post Merge: January 27, 2013, 03:35:14 AM
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« on: January 03, 2009, 07:19:16 PM »
Accounts with only $500 don?t have a lot of cushion.   See if can look at the the graph and the price went up and then down.   Did it go too far the opposite way before it came back?

Post Merge: January 03, 2009, 12:13:46 PM
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You gotta love the trend

Buyers and sellers are in a constant tug-o-war in the forex market.  Buyers drive the prices of currency pairs higher, and sellers drive the prices of currency pairs lower.  If you want to be profitable in your forex investments when buyers are in control, you need to follow the trend and be a buyer too.  If you want to be profitable in your forex investments when sellers are in control, you need to follow the trend and be a seller too.  Seems pretty easy, right?

Well. . . almost.

Most forex investors are able to make money when a currency pair is trending in one direction or another.  The trick is holding onto your profits and making money when the price of the currency pairs decides to turn around and start moving in the opposite direction.  How many times have you asked yourself the following:

"I've made some money on this trade.  Is it time to get out?"

"This trend has been going for a while.  Can I still jump in and make some money?"

"It looks like this currency pair is going to turn around.  When should I enter my trade in the opposite direction?"

If you can accurately identify the turning points for the currency pairs you are watching and then act on them, you can drastically improve your trading results.

Support and resistance levels are price ranges that can cause currency pairs to stop moving in their current direction, turn around and start moving in the opposite direction.

Support levels act like a floor for a currency pair.  As the price of the currency pair drops down to a support level, it tends to stop, turn around and move higher.

Resistance levels act like a ceiling for a currency pair.  As the price of the currency pair rises up to a resistance level, it tends to stop, turn around and move lower.

Support and resistance levels are not exact price points---they are price ranges.  A good friend of mine has a great analogy for support and resistance levels.  He says when you draw a support or resistance level on your chart, imagine you are drawing it on with a big fat crayon, not a fine-point pen.  That way you won't fool yourself into believing you have identified the exact price at which a currency pair is going to turn around and start moving in the opposite direction.

As you start identifying support and resistance levels on your charts with your big, fat crayons, it is important to remember that support and resistance levels can be either horizontal or vertical levels.

Horizontal support and resistance levels form as the price of the currency pair falls or rises to the same price level multiple times.

Diagonal support and resistance levels form as the price of the currency pairs falls or rises to new lows or new highs, respectively.

« on: November 07, 2008, 08:36:52 PM »
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STOCK and FOREX EXCHANGE / Buy, Sell or exchange e-currencies
« on: November 07, 2008, 01:55:25 AM »
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BANK AND FINANCE / Panama Corporations
« on: November 07, 2008, 01:29:21 AM »
Panamanian Offshore Corporations

Excelling as a tax planning instrument, Panamanian corporations are widely known and used throughout the world.  Panamanian corporations offer many tax benefits when used as Offshore Corporations or IBC?s, as called in other jurisdictions, also taking into account that the Republic of Panama is considered a tax haven country.

Panamanian corporations are easy to manage offering versatility and security.  Ruled by Law 32 of 1927, Panamanian corporations can also be used for establishing local business, within the Republic of Panama.

Panamanian corporations can function as a holding company or own assets kept anywhere or real estate property located in any country without having to pay taxes in Panama for those properties held outside the Country.

Panamanian corporations thus serve businessmen, investors, or foreign companies for making savings on tax payments.

An offshore corporation may open bank accounts in or outside Panama and own property located outside Panama without having to pay taxes in Panama.
No reporting requirements (since Panama has a territorial tax system, while the income is earned offshore or from exempt sources, such as interest in bank, brokerage or forex  accounts, then the corporation is not required to present tax returns or audited accounts). 
It is possible to keep a business under direct control while maintaining complete confidentiality.  This is possible because the names and details of the beneficial owners are not publicly available, since they are not filed at the public registry.
Reduction in legal liabilities, since the company has limited liability
No annual tax return requirements

« on: November 07, 2008, 01:11:21 AM »
 Top ten tips for trading FX

Thu, Jul 3 2008, 10:08 GMT
by Betsy Waters
from Deutsche Bank

How to make money from money

1. Practice before you start trading with real money.  Could you imagine an athlete going to the Olympic Games without preparation and training? Make sure you have practised your trading on a demo platform and get comfortable with it and your trading style before committing real money.

2. Know what moves currency markets.  Like any asset class, there are a number of factors that drive currency performance.  A country?s macroeconomic situation can have a major influence ? economic data releases, policy decisions and political events can change an economist?s outlook on the country, and therefore the currency.  There are also technical factors such as interest rates, equity markets and international trade which may have an impact.  Spend time getting to know these.

3. Understand the strategies.  Yes there is a method to the madness.  As a trader you need to be aware of three crucial trading strategies which are often used by currency traders; the carry, momentum, and value trade.  Momentum tracks the direction of currency markets; the carry strategy sees investors selling currencies with low interest rates and buying those with high rates; and the valuation strategy takes a position based on the investor?s view of a currency?s value.  However, the strategies that you use are up to you.

4. Manage risk.  As with any investment decision, you must decide what risk you?re willing to accept.  Ask yourself, ?how much am I prepared to lose on this position?? If you don?t have a convincing or comfortable answer then you should rethink the trade.  Do not risk more than you can afford to lose.  Think about how you can mitigate your downside risk by using of trading strategies such as stop losses or limit orders.

5. Stick to your knitting.  There are literally hundreds of currency pairs that can be traded in the currency markets, each of which have their own characteristics and considerations to understand and analyse.  If you?re participating in the market on a part time and non professional basis, it is probably better to concentrate on just a few pairs and commit to thorough and robust research on those, rather than superficial research on the many.  Some key things to consider when analysing a currency pair are its liquidity, transaction costs (the spread) and its volatility.  As a general rule, major currencies usually have better liquidity, tighter spreads and lower volatility, versus emerging market currencies which have poor liquidity, wide spreads and volatile movements.

6. Plan your trade, and trade your plan.  It?s one thing to have a plan, it?s quite another to execute it.  It is important in currency trading to not get caught up in the moment ? the markets are fast moving and in the short term can be unpredictable.  Rather than trying to make a quick profit, stick to your long term plan based on your research.  Good currency traders make money in the long term by being disciplined, not necessarily by making short term bets.

7. Research, research, research.  It?s important to stay up to date.  All currencies move quickly and checking the price once a week is not going to help you make strong long term returns.  It is helpful to use an online provider that gives you up to the minute data and statistics.  Traders use this data to constantly assess their trading positions.

8. Keep your emotions in check.  Like many important decisions, it is vital to keep emotion out of any trading decision you make.  If you?re upset about missing out on an opportunity and want to trade yourself better, or want to go ?off-piste? to make up for a loss earlier in the day ? reconsider, because you?ve got the warning signs of someone about to make a rash and irrational decision.  If you do feel yourself getting emotionally involved in a particular trade, take a deep breath, review your strategy, and establish how such a decision will affect your overall approach before going anywhere near the ?execute? button.

9. Don?t expect to win on every trade.  That may not sound like much of a sales pitch, but even the most successful of traders don?t win on every trade.  What they do have is a robust plan and long-term strategy which carefully considers the risks.  So don?t necessarily be disheartened if a trade doesn?t go your way; review why it went wrong and see if there is anything to learn from the experience.  But don?t think that currency trading is an option for those seeking quick money, because like any investment, it only should be played by those with a long-term end-game in mind.

10. Don?t put all your (nest) eggs in the currency basket.  Foreign exchange is only one of the many asset classes you should be considering as part of a balanced investment portfolio.  FX trading is not suitable for every investor, so if you are committing all of your financial resources to FX trading be sure you are fully aware of the risks and rewards of doing so, because it?s not recommended.  The same applies for currency trading itself; spread your risk by not placing all your faith in a single trade because diversification is key; no matter what asset class you?re investing with.

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