Autor: rootmaster

Trading

Rust Belt Revival – From Doom To Boom

The locals call it “The Pointes.” Gross Point was one of the highest rent neighborhoods in the country. It sits between Detroit and Lake St. Clair. Big Auto’s moving out of its factories across the Ohio River Valley and Big Solar is moving in Its wooded scenery, mild summer weather, and proximity to industrial areas […]

Trading

Are Things As Bad As They Seem?

We have seen a number of dark days for stock markets all around the world in the past months. But how frightened should we be? Is the next Great Depression upon us? How can we distinguish a small crisis from a huge one? One way to deal with these questions and to calm our feelings […]

Trading

Stock Exchanges and History of Stock Exchanges

Stock exchanges allow individuals and business’s a place to trade marketable securities with one another. Companies or governments issue or redeem securities on stock exchanges. To understand the need for stock exchanges we must first go back in time, very far back in time, to see the first example of a stock exchange. One of […]

Trading

Harry Sloan

Harry Sloan is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Global Eagle Acquisition Corporation, a publicly traded (EAGLU:Nasdaq) special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”) formed for the purpose of making an acquisition of a media or entertainment business. Sloan created the venture in February, 2011 with former CBS and Sony Pictures Entertainment President Jeff Sagansky, who […]

Trading

Why Should You Invest in BRICs?

Few financial ideas have caught on as rapidly as “BRICs,” which stands for Brazil, Russia, India and China, the “Big Four,” fast-growth economies on the earth at present. Goldman Sachs economist Jim O’Neill coined the phrase back in 2003, and it at present has come into widespread use as a symbol of a shift in […]

Trading

Good Gains Didn’t Last Long in the Stock Market

While last week’s stocks provided a good boost to the economy, the last day proved to be a miserable one for the stock market. The stock closed mostly lower as compared to last week’s gains, with gold and oil prices moving downward. The stocks got lowered mainly due to low trading as the bond market […]

Trading

Bankers in Denial

Denial is a ubiquitous psychological defense mechanism. It involves the repression of bad news, unpleasant information, and anxiety-inducing experiences. Judging by the German press, the country is in a state of denial regarding the waning health of its economy and the dwindling fortunes of its financial system.Commerzbank, Germany’s fourth largest lender, saw its shares decimated […]

Trading

Stock Market Indices and the Stock Exchange

The analogy of the world’s stock markets can perhaps be traced to the town market place, where all villagers brought their goods to trade and sell. Over centuries this has led to the present stock exchange. Stock market trading in the United States can be traced back to over 200 years ago, when the colonial […]

Trading

Measuring The Stock Market

Every day we hear numbers that evaluate the stock market’s performance, such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the NASDAQ Composite Index. There are a myriad of market indices, and it may seem like they are all measuring the same thing. However, each index evaluates the market in a different way. His team specializes […]