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  1. Top 5 Mutual Fund Holders of Schlumberger

    Learn about the five largest mutual fund investors in giant oil services firm Schlumberger Limited.
  2. Charles Schwab: Emerging Markets Down and Out for Now

    Charles Schwab's chief global investment strategist said investors should keep their emerging market exposure light given ...
  3. The Top 4 General Electric Shareholders (GE)

    Here are the top shareholders of General Electric.
  4. Understanding Interest Rates, Inflation And Bonds

    Get to know the relationships that determine a bond's price and its payout.
  5. TradeStation: Active Traders Taking Trade War Risks in Stride

    Active investors at TradeStation are largely shrugging off trade war prospects and are focusing on corporate earnings.
  6. The Top 5 Microsoft Shareholders (MSFT)

    The largest individual holders of Microsoft shares remain the company's founders as well as previous and current top management.
  1. Savings Strategies for Your Child's Future

    There are several different ways to save for your child’s future without sacrificing your own.
  2. 4 Financial Steps You Can Take on Your Own

    You don't need professional help to take these four essential financial planning steps.
  3. Financial Analyst Vs. Financial Consultant Careers

    Compare the differences between working as a financial analyst and a financial consultant, including how to determine which ...
  4. Review These 5 Financial Matters on Your Birthday

    Use your birthday as a reminder to evaluate your financial health annually and make any necessary changes.
  5. Prepare Yourself Before Buying Your First Home

    Buying your first home is a huge step that shouldn't be taken without reviewing your needs and your finances.
  6. Using a 529 Plan to Save for College

    529 plans are a good way to put aside money for your child's private-school or college education expenses.
  1. Why Limit Orders May Cost More Than Market Orders

    Learn the difference between a market order and a limit order, and why a trader placing a limit order sometimes pays higher ...
  2. A Beginner's Guide to Hedging

    Learn how investors use hedging strategies to reduce the impact of negative events on investments.
  3. An Introduction To Options On Futures

    It's easy to understand how options on futures work if you already have experience with stock options.
  4. Gamma-Delta Neutral Option Spreads

    Find the middle ground between conservative and high-risk option strategies.
  5. An Overview Of Futures, Derivatives and Liquidity

    Futures and derivatives get a bad rap after the 2008 financial crisis but these instruments are meant to mitigate market ...
  6. Measure Profit Potential With Options Risk Graphs

    See how price, time and volatility affect potential gains in a single diagram.
  1. EUR/USD Consolidates Within a Triangle

    Volatility in EUR/USD has been slowing as of a late, and a narrowing consolidation appears to be taking the form of a symmetrical ...
  2. A Trader's Guide to Using Fractals

    This reversal pattern, known as fractals, can make sense of the seeming randomness of market movements and improve your trading.
  3. Strategies for part-time forex traders

    Learn strategies for part-time forex traders to profit even with an inconsistent trading schedule. Find the information you ...
  4. The forex 3-session system

    Market hours for Tokyo, London and New York comprise the three trading sessions that determine volatility peaks. Find out ...
  5. Forex leverage: A double-edged sword

    Find out how leverage, a flexible and customizable tool, magnifies both gains and losses in the forex markets.
  6. 6 factors that influence exchange rates

    Here, you'll get in-depth look at out how a currency's relative value reflects a country's economic health and impacts your ...
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