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NIFTY OPTION-Hedging Strategy

16th February 2011
Derivative contract is a contract whose value is determined by the changes in the value of underlying asset. A Derivative includes three types of participants: Hedgers, Speculators and Arbitrageurs. Derivative includes: Forwards, Futures, options & Swaps.... Read >
Author: sumit singh

A Safe Simple Successful ETF Investment Strategy

03rd November 2010
Can you easily trade the market, both when it's rising and falling - without employing options or by selling short. Are your earnings better than most investment managers and mutual funds. Imagine doing this by simply following the S&P 500 and other broad... Read >
Author: JayLeavitt, PhD

Monday Effect, January Effect And The October Effect For Stocks

29th January 2010
Did you ever forget your girlfriend's birthday. If you have ever committed that mistake, you know the consequences. Calendar dates are very important in our lives. We plan vacations during the summers and winters. So, you are always looking at the calenda... Read >
Author: Hass

Stock Market Chart Reading & Trend Trading Tips

07th January 2010
What kind of useful information can be gained from reading a stock market chart? If you are an experienced equity trader you may already know the answer to this question, but for those just starting out with day trading or trend trading, learning how to r... Read >
Author: David Wittlinger

What does a Double Top Mean for a Stock?

10th December 2009
So what does a double top or a double bottom mean on a stock chart? It is one of the most fundamental chart patterns that can be interpreted with a great degree of accuracy. A double top or bottom is simply when a stock's price hits the same high or low t... Read >
Author: David Petersen

How is downsizing beneficial?

20th August 2009
Downsizing can be defined as, 'a set of organizational activities undertaken by the management, designed to improve organizational efficiency, productivity, and/or competitiveness'. Downsizing differs from lay-offs as it is permanent termination of servic... Read >
Author: hrmagazine

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

The efficient market hypothesis.

17th February 2009
The efficient market hypothesis. (1).Stock prices follow a random walk. When researchers have examined stock prices movement for quoted companies they have observed that the price movements seem to follow a random pattern. In other words, stock price mo... Read >
Author: Randika Abeysingha

Stock Market Efficiency Forms

25th January 2008
In its general form, EMT explains more than the random walk model. That model says simply that successive price changes are independent or uncorrelated, whereas EMT explains that by saying that stock prices fully reflect all the information about a stock.... Read >
Author: Anthony Green

Stock Trading Formula's are they worth using?

05th March 2006
Whether or not any particular investor should use a stock market trading formula is, of course, a matter of individual judgment. Some trading formulas, such as the Genstein Plan, require a fair amount of calculation, and many people are unwilling to disci... Read >
Author: Geoff Sweeney
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