19/11/2019 Finance makes the world a new place

How to Profit in a Global Recession – By Currency Trading?

I don’t know about you, but I don’t think were done yet. If you watch the talking heads on TV it seems the US Government is riding in on a white horse to save the economy. It sounds like the bank rescue package – all $700 Billion of it – will save the day. I’m certain it’ll help a little. But what if it doesn’t? What if this is just the beginning of something much bigger?

Let me explain.

Right now credit markets are seizing up. You don’t need me to tell you this. Just open any major newspaper in the country. Over the last 2 weeks they’ve done nothing but report on the dire situation companies and individuals are facing.

The best example is recent spikes in LIBOR rates.

LIBOR is the rate that banks charge each other to borrow money. The cost of borrowing money spiked up because banks are desperate for financing. But there’s a problem. Many banks are looking at other institutions with a suspicious eye.

They don’t know who’s going to survive the week, let alone the night.

If you run a bank, you know being able to borrow money is central to your business. What’s happening is just like the great depression. Banks will stop lending to each other. More banks will fail, and that will cause lending to tighten even more.

 It’s a vicious cycle.

These banking problems are starting to spread all over the world. Right now Europe is witnessing the greatest collapse of their financial system in the last century.

Remember Northern Rock? The Bank of England was forced to nationalize that institution after it experienced a run on the bank. Recently Ireland did something unprecedented. Irish citizens were questioning the stability of their banks. As a result, massive …

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Effective Ways to Cut Money Spending

Are you struggling on spending too much money already? Well, if you are one of those, this article is for you. Here are some effective ways to cut money spending:

1. Delay gratification – If you want to cut off too much spending and save instead, you must learn to delay gratification or delay pleasure. Too much pleasure requires too much money spending. Examples of gratifications are spending of unnecessary things, going out with friends during a not so important party, or you try pampering yourself with an expensive whole body spa. These are the most pleasurable things that you can delay just to save more money. If you want to cut money spending, learn to avoid these things. You control yourself and do let those evil delights drive you to do these things.

2. Learn to pack meals – You can always save by learning to pack your own meals. It does not have to be necessarily every day, but you can do this alternately. You can probably do this at least a few times a week, depending on your budget. Aside from the benefit of not spending too much for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can also get the benefit of eating healthier food. In this way, you are far way surer that you are eating a clean food because you are the one who prepared it.

3. Drop your unnecessary electrical appliances – If you want to cut off too much money spending, it is very important that you consider your electrical appliances at home. Your electrical billings are taking most of your money. It is important that you unplug electronics, phone chargers and other electrical appliances sources. Turn the power off when appliances are not in use. Make sure that you turn off the …

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