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History of the Shanghai Stock Exchange

23rd October 2011
The Shanghai Stock Exchange is now one of the biggest in the world and is growing all the time. It has an interesting history which has included it being halted during World War 2 and it being suspended for over forty years after the communist revolution.... Read >
Author: amnorge

Top Investment Options For Investing In MLP and REIT

21st October 2010
With the economy showing signs of recovery, you may be considering investing again. At the same time, if you want to explore options other than stocks and mutual funds, you have two options: 1. MLPs or Master Limited Partnerships 2. REITs or Real Est... Read >
Author: Jim Knight

Online Stock Trading : A New Trend In India

06th September 2010
Online Stock Trading has become the most popular way to trade in stocks. No longer do they must induldge with a broker and pay high commissions. With a few clicks of the mouse they are in total control of our investments. This trend of online exchanges to... Read >
Author: vigneshwara

How to select your stock broker in India?

30th March 2010
Stockbroker is an important person, helping you deal in trading of stocks. He should be able to give you proper advice and comply with regulations governing the intermediary. Stock brokers in India are of two types, one is the broker another is the su... Read >
Author: investmentz

The scope of Online Trading in India

04th August 2009
Online Trading is an internet based investment activity which eliminates the association of a broker. Anyone who has a computer, enough money to open an account and reasonable financial history has the ability to invest in the market. Nowadays there are m... Read >
Author: Fanatixpower

Sarbanes Oxley in Europe: The EU Data Protection Directive vs. Sarbanes Oxley Whistleblower Protecti

09th March 2006
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, adopted as a reaction to corporate scandals, has a significant impact on European companies. The reason is simple: Hundreds of European-headquartered companies are dually listed on two stock exchanges, one in Europe and the... Read >
Author: George Lekatis
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