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Why Forex Trading is Not So Risky Anymore

April 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

For most experienced investors who have been investing in the Forex market for some time now, they would perhaps envy the new breed of investors that use the Internet to make their moves in Forex trading.


And why could this be a possibility?

In earlier times, when the only person to help you with your investments are the brokers, it always seemed as if there were more dishonesty and ambiguity that you had to go up against in order to make a decent profit.

Making sense of the Forex charts as a newcomer was not so easy.  The news that would affect the trading currency pair you were trading on was difficult to find. All this has changed due to the Internet. Websites have been set up by brokers who now want their clients to grow by attracting investors from all parts of the world.

Perhaps the only way to do this is to make things easier for the clients because of the fact that the competition is pretty stiff out there. One notable change is in the use of Forex trading software which makes an investor’s job so easy – right from getting all the training required to get them started in making investments all the way to using robots that will invest in the market at times when you would be busy doing something else.

So there is no doubt that these changes are long overdue but very welcome to investors all over the world, thanks to the World Wide Web.

Choosing a Bad-Credit Credit Card

June 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Bad-Credit credit card companies are where those with poor credit histories go to. It is not very surprising because almost anyone can get a car from these companies. The catch is the hidden costs.

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When choosing a bad-credit credit card, there are two main criteria to consider before anything else.
1. Do they report to the three main credit bureaus?
2. How high is the interest rate?

The answer to the first question has to be a “Yes”. Then when you move to the next one, the interest rate should be the lowest of its kind. Reporting to the bureaus has one major advantage. Every timely payment you make will go on the record. This is how you rebuild your credit status.

Once you make a list of companies that satisfy these two criteria, you can move on to prune the list using the following criteria.

1. Read the rules & regulations and pay attention to every detail. Restrictions and hidden charges can be heavily disguised in jargon. If you need help in deciphering this, contact a financial expert or a lawyer.

2. Understand the fee structure. There are annual fees that you will have to pay, but other than this there are late payment penalties, over the limit penalties and other penalties that will haunt you.

3. Find out if the interest rate is based on the Prime Rate. If this is so, bear in mind that the Prime Rate is liable to change abruptly.
Following these tips can help you get a safe and beneficial deal with a Bad-Credit credit card company.

Getting a Debt Consolidation Loan

June 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Debts have a habit of getting out of control if you don’t pay much attention to them. In the unfortunate event that you have to face a situation like this, a debt consolidation loan can be a convenient way out.

Paying out several different bills every month can be a big hassle. This also leads to payments or payment dates being forgotten. By getting a debt consolidation loan, you can pay off all your debts and focus on paying one. It is also easier to work towards paying a single bill and it is also not easy to forget the payment date. This is why debt consolidation can seem so attractive.

However, debt consolidation can become a problem if you dive into it blindly. Firstly, you must read all the terms and conditions thoroughly. You cannot afford to get caught out on any hidden clauses, especially when you are fighting to clear your debts. The next thing to do is to compare the interest rate. The rate you get from the debt consolidation firm must be lower than the combined rates of all your other debts. For example, if you are paying a combined total of $500 every month towards your debts, a debt consolidation loan that requires you to pay $500 plus interest is completely out of the question.


All in all, debt consolidation is a handy method to settle your creditors if you are on the verge of bankruptcy. But it is also a method fraught with pitfalls if you are not careful; so study the subject very carefully before you engage in any deal.