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Tips For Investing In The Foreign Exchange Currency (FOREX) Markets

A few words of wisdom for those looking to trade in the FOREX markets.

If you wanted to build houses for a living, you would have to work as a carpenter and learn about how to plan and build. The same holds true for anything you decide to do in life, especially if you’re entertaining the idea of trading currency pairs with Forex. You first need to learn about the marketplace and how to operate within it, and here are some tips to get you started.

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Ways To Help You Manage Your Personal Finances

Personal finances seem to be a hard thing to keep track of. One minute the money is there, then the next minute, it is gone into oblivion. While money tends to be as slippery as a wet bar of soap, there are ways to keep track of it rather well. When it comes to keeping track of your personal finances there are numerous helpful ways to do so. This article discusses the ins and outs of keeping track of your money and allowing your personal finances some stability.

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Common Size Analysis

Common size analysis is a sub-category of financial statement analysis. Often it is also referred to as Vertical Analysis. Without performing common size analysis in conjunction with other pertinent analysis on the financial statements (especially the income statement and balance sheet), it is very difficult to gain insights into changes that have occurred in the business from period to period.

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Tabular Analysis

Tabular analysis helps you understand how each business transaction requiring a journal entry impacts the underlying balance sheet accounts and categories. It is also a good method to utilize as you supplement your learning of how debits and credits work in the accounting information system. This tutorial covers the basics of how debits and credits work in double-entry accounting with a discussion of “normal” balances and follows up with an example demonstrating tabular analysis that can be performed in a spreadsheet.

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Key Financial Ratios – Market Value

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the last of 5 on key financial ratios. Market Value is covered in this last one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Solvency / Financial Leverage

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the fourth of 5 on key financial ratios. Solvency / Financial Leverage is covered in this one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Liquidity

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the third of 5 on key financial ratios. Liquidity is covered in this one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Asset Productivity

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the second of 5 on key financial ratios. Asset Productivity is covered in this one. 

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Tricks On How To Make Money In The Stock Market

The stock market can be an intimidating place for someone who is not used to it. But every person with investments, from stocks to mutual funds, has had to learn the language of the market and the methods that work best for them. Here are some great tips for being successful at investing.

Information is vital to having good management and decision-making skills for your stock portfolio. You must be well-versed in current marketing information in order to create a plan that doesn’t make you to lose everything you have. Be sure you have immediate access to all of the prices of the bonds, funds, and shares.

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Key Financial Ratios – Profitability

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the first of 5 on key financial ratios. Profitability is covered in this first one.