See EU: Thoughts on Brexit If you want to invest in oil, storage seem to be the only option while the oil glut persists Will new stimulus keep China afloat? Is the stock rally already over? The theory of capitalism from different angles ECB unleashed QE in the curerncy war, who is the next? Is the Eurozone doomed to fail? Review of the year 2014 Trading the Dollar Index this Week 06-10-2014 Adult Incontinence Products – A Promising Business in US
Why is the economy so bad?

Why is the economy so bad?

Why is our economy so bad? Where is growth? We are all asking ourselves these questions but our society is failing to give us answers and most of all it… Read more »

Sanctioning Growth

Sanctioning Growth

“I wanted to start this post with an apology to all the readers of howtotradeforliving.com for not being very active recently, I’m in the process of writing my thesis but… Read more »

Complaint Letter to the BBC

Complaint Letter to the BBC

In light of the current Israel/Gaza offensive, I wrote a letter to the BBC condemning the complicit nature of their reporting and criticising what they consider to be newsworthy articles… Read more »

The Cost of Political Influence

The Cost of Political Influence

Political destabilization, economic sanctions, de-valuing currencies.. These are the lastest tools our governments are adopting to revive our economies. It seems that the good old days of innovation, investments and… Read more »

They took our jobs (2)

They took our jobs (2)

 What are the benefits of immigration? 1)      It can help to combat the effects of an ageing population For most developed nations, population ageing is more than likely going to… Read more »

Gold Bounces Back This Month After May’s Price Disaster

Gold Bounces Back This Month After May’s Price Disaster

After four months of hovering around the $1,250 mark, gold seems to have got off to a positive start this month as it shows signs of slow but steady gain…. Read more »

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

Manipulating markets and in particular the exchange rate is not an easy job, and I am confident Mario Draghi, the president of ECB, would agree with me. After being left… Read more »

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

The year 2013 has been the year of quantitative easing. The major central banks tried to pull their economies from recession by introducing more liquidity while de-valuing their currencies. However,… Read more »

They took our jobs! An immigrant’s view on immigration – Part 1

They took our jobs! An immigrant’s view on immigration – Part 1

 The truth is I’m an immigrant and like most immigrants I have become so out of necessity, not desire.  Faced with one of the toughest job markets of the past… Read more »

What is the Libor Anyway?

What is the Libor Anyway?

The London interbank lending rate is a benchmark interest rate used to set a range of financial deals. It is perhaps one of the most important interest rates in the… Read more »

© 2859 How to trade for a living. All rights reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.
Disclaimer: The content on this site is provided as general information only and should not be taken as investment advice. All site content, including advertisements, shall not be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any security or financial instrument, or to participate in any particular trading or investment strategy. The ideas expressed on this site are solely the opinions of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the opinions of sponsors or firms affiliated with the author(s). The author may or may not have a position in any company or advertiser referenced above. Any action that you take as a result of information, analysis, or advertisement on this site is ultimately your responsibility. Consult your investment adviser before making any investment decisions..