Archive for April, 2013

How to Trade The US Stock Market Even if You Are Not From The US

Monday, April 8th, 2013

This thread is to teach anyone interested on how to trade the US market and earn better returns compared to keeping your money in the bank, only to be used by other fund managers.

The “why” you are doing anything is more important than the “what”. When you understand the “why”, then the “what” is not much of a question.

• Positioning ourselves anywhere in the world and make foreign currency as if we were based abroad.
• Spend more time with our family, being able to work from home or any location.
• Know exactly what happens when you lose or make money, so that you know exactly what to do when opportunity knocks again.For me, the freedom outweighs all, am sure you can speak for yourself.

The “how” is the next step following the “why”, these are followings things you need to start.
• Computer system with reasonable internet speed. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Buy and Trade Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin!

Monday, April 8th, 2013

With just a few dollars worth of Bitcoin you can start trading cryptocurrencies right now. There are no broker fees, there are no middlemen to deal with, nor really any barriers to entry or red tape. All you need is some percentage of a single Bitcoin. There is no reason not to try it out. If you can accept risking a few dollars, it’s a great way to get into cryptocurrency.

Let’s get started. First buy some Bitcoin.
There are some exchanges that will let you purchase specific cryptocurrencies for USD, but it’s a better idea to buy Bitcoin first. With some Bitcoin, you can trade into and out of every other cryptocurrency on the market, on every crypto exchange. Remember: you don’t have to buy a whole Bitcoin ($560 as of writing this); you can purchase Bitcoin in fractions known as Satoshis; for example, 500k Satoshis equals 0.005 Bitcoin. The safest, most popular place to purchase Bitcoin is, however you can also go to an exchange that has a USD-BTC pairing to try to trade USD for Bitcoin at a cheaper rate. Read the rest of this entry »