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Forex Scams

How do Forex scams work? Forex scams are a common occurrence in the world of foreign exchange trading. They can take many different forms, but all have one goal in mind—to steal your money. One type of many forex scams is the “pump and dump” scheme. In this scam, the scammers artificially inflate the price…

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How To Get A Gold IRA

Gold IRA investments are becoming more and more popular as people seek to protect their savings from the volatility of the stock market. If you’re thinking about investing in a Gold IRA, here are some tips on how to get started: Find a reputable Gold IRA company. There are many companies that offer Gold IRAs,…

What Are Forex Signals

Are Forex signals worth it? There is no easy answer to this question as the answer depends on a variety of factors, including individual trading style and experience. However, in general, forex signals can be a very useful tool for traders who are looking to improve their chances of profitability in the foreign exchange market….

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Bitcoin price must avoid falling below this level, or BTC could flash-crash to $20,000

Bitcoin price action closed Friday’s candlestick with the lowest daily close since January 24, 2022. Continued selling pressure and weakness remain the most likely behavior for Bitcoin until bulls decide to support BTC further. Bitcoin price approaches major capitulation zone Bitcoin price action may be hinting at a test of the final critical support level on its…

A Key Bond Yield Nears 3%. It’s a Bad Omen for Stocks

Interest rates may finally be getting real. To investors with a sense of history, the near-zero and even negative interest rates of recent years might have seemed unreal, and indeed were unprecedented in the 5,000 years of recorded history of such matters. While the recent rise in bond yields has put rates back within the…

U.S. Stock Markets Closed for Good Friday, Asian Indexes Fall

Asian indexes fell Friday as U.S. stock markets and others world-wide were closed to finish a trading week shortened by Good Friday and other holidays. In addition to U.S. stock markets, bond and commodities markets were also closed Friday. Some Asian markets were open. Japan’s Nikkei 225 ended the day down 0.3%, finishing the week…