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Getting started with forex investing

Currency trading is sometimes called also as FOREX or just simply FX which is the abbreviation for foreign exchange market. It is by far the largest marketplace on the globe that you can imagine. This market is not centralized unlike the stock market. Currencies are traded by banks and small private investors or speculators from Monday till Friday each day 24 hours. According to famous piattaforme forex the liquidity on FOREX market is approximately in amount of more than $300 trillion a day!

Forex has always been a marketplace where large international banks together with multi national corporations trade foreign currencies with each other.  At the end of last century the situation has changed dramatically with the rise of Internet.  Many small retail traders  started investing into foreign currencies through online platforms utilizing world wide web. Forex is by far one of the best investment and trading and opportunities  how to earn money online.

The largest share of forex trades involve Euro with American Dollar, which equals to almost one third of the whole trading volume. Following by British Pound, Swiss Franc Japanese Yen and Australian Dollar this is the group of most frequently traded currencies on forex.

Do not hurry to sign up with you broker, firstly you must know that succeeding in forex trading might be a complicated task. If someone tells you otherwise, he or she is perhaps simply lying to you. It could take years until you reach desired trading results.

There are a few things though every trader should take in consideration that could accelerate the process: having a trading system, using money management, education, being aware of psychological issues, discipline to follow your trading system and your trading plan, and others.

matthewkeys:

Starbucks will provide a free online college education to thousands of its workers, without requiring that they remain with the company, through an unusual arrangement with Arizona State University, the company and the university will announce on Monday.
The program is open to any of the company’s 135,000 United States employees, provided they work at least 20 hours a week and have the grades and test scores to gain admission to Arizona State. For a barista with at least two years of college credit, the company will pay full tuition; for those with fewer credits it will pay part of the cost, but even for many of them, courses will be free, with government and university aid.
“Starbucks is going where no other major corporation has gone,” said Jamie P. Merisotis, president and chief executive of the Lumina Foundation, a group focused on education. “For many of these Starbucks employees, an online university education is the only reasonable way they’re going to get a bachelor’s degree.”
Starbucks is, in effect, inviting its workers, from the day they join the company, to study whatever they like, and then leave whenever they like — knowing that many of them, degrees in hand, will leave for better-paying jobs.
NYTimes: Starbucks to offer free college education to employees

matthewkeys:

Starbucks will provide a free online college education to thousands of its workers, without requiring that they remain with the company, through an unusual arrangement with Arizona State University, the company and the university will announce on Monday.

The program is open to any of the company’s 135,000 United States employees, provided they work at least 20 hours a week and have the grades and test scores to gain admission to Arizona State. For a barista with at least two years of college credit, the company will pay full tuition; for those with fewer credits it will pay part of the cost, but even for many of them, courses will be free, with government and university aid.

“Starbucks is going where no other major corporation has gone,” said Jamie P. Merisotis, president and chief executive of the Lumina Foundation, a group focused on education. “For many of these Starbucks employees, an online university education is the only reasonable way they’re going to get a bachelor’s degree.”

Starbucks is, in effect, inviting its workers, from the day they join the company, to study whatever they like, and then leave whenever they like — knowing that many of them, degrees in hand, will leave for better-paying jobs.

NYTimes: Starbucks to offer free college education to employees