7 Trading Advantages Over Working a Job

Hello folks. Today I want to continue to further the discussion regarding trading for a living. I’d like to list 7 ideas that present advantages trading for a living provides over working a standard 9 to 5 job. Trading in itself is its own world and for many people out there, a choice for a career path. People may do...
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Penny Stocks: Watch Out!

Hey guys, it’s been a while since I’ve written a blog post. A few buddies of mine and I are currently competing in a Virtual Stock Exchange game on Marketwatch. It seems many of us have caught on the concept of dumping a large sum of money into a Penny Stock and watching the returns. Afterall, buying a penny stock...
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What is Financial Independence?

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What is Financial Independence? Financial Independence is the status of living in that you are devoid of any financial obligations. It is enjoying life without having worry of a job or bills. Generally it’s the rich and wealthy individuals who have financial freedom. They can go day to day without ever stepping into an office. They can wake up whenever...
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Negotiating salary: Why it’s so important

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A lot of new graduates are entering the real world and in search of a professional job. Many are pursuing their life long passions and are lucky enough to find a job where they can do what they love. Others are seeking a job to pay off bill and pay back student loans. Once they get that job though, they’re...
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Picking Stocks: How to Analyze a Company

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Let’s start with the basics on picking stocks. The majority of my trades are based on technicals and statistics but today I’ll be discussing this from a more fundamental approach with only a minimal touch of technicals. So what factors might you look into when deciding whether or not a company is a good buy? 1. Picking Stocks: The Income Statement...
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My August Actuals

It’s August! Spent quite a bit this month. I took a trip to Minnesota to visit a friend and hang out at the state fair. I also spent some money since my MBA program just started. Bought a new laptop, coursepacks, and textbooks. I found a new way to get some more Amazon gift cards via using Bing Rewards My...
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How Much Should You Spend?

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How much should you spend? This is a question that gets thrown around a lot. How does one measure whether their rent or mortgage payments are out of their budget? If you make $4,000 a month, does that mean you can afford a $2,000 monthly rent payment? The average American spends the following amounts based off their monthly income: Rent...
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