Saturday, September 29, 2012

How do you make money trading money?

Investors can trade almost any currency in the world. Investors, as individuals, countries, and corporations, may trade in the forex if they have enough financial capital to get started and are astute enough to make money at it. How someone makes money in the forex is a speculative process: you are betting that the value of one currency will increase relative to another.

Currencies are traded, and priced, in pairs within the forex. For example, you may have seen a currency quote for a EUR/USD pair of 1.2131. In this example, the base currency is the euro and the U.S. dollar is the quote currency. In all currency quote cases, the base currency is worth one unit, and the quoted currency is the amount of currency that one unit of the base currency can buy. So, in this example, one euro can buy 1.2131 U.S. dollars. How an investor makes money in forex is by either an appreciation in the value of the quoted currency, or by a decrease in value of the base currency. (For an overview of foreign exchange, read A Primer On The Forex Market.)

Another way to look at currency trading is to think about the position an investor is taking on each currency in the pair. The base currency can be thought of as a short position because you are "selling" the base currency to purchase the quoted currency, which can be seen as the long position on the currency pair. In our example above, we see that one euro can purchase $1.2131 and vice versa. To purchase the euros, the investor must first go short on the U.S. dollar in order to go long on the euro. To make money on this investment, the investor will have to sell back the euros when their value appreciates relative to the U.S. dollar. For example, assume the value of the euro appreciates to $1.2141 - on a lot of $100,000 the investor would gain US$100 ($121,410 - $121,310) if he or she sold the euros at this exchange rate. Conversely, if the EUR/USD exchange rate fell by 10 pips to $1.2121, then the investor would lose US$100 ($121,210 - $121,310).

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Money Truth of Fiverr and eBay

Fiverr truth-
I have used fiverr, but got banned, so i decided to use a fiverr alternative instead. And before anyone comments, i never even got a chance to add a job, i simply placed an order with an email address they obviously didn't like then they banned me, so now i use another fiver alternative named fiverjobsite. Why you ask, well i feel they have more potential to come, they even give you points as well as a cheaper site fees of just 1% promotion offer right now, their standard fees are also lower than fiverr, with fees starting at just 17.5% fees are tiered depending on the level you are on, with just 0% site fees if you manage to reach diamond vip with an option to earn a residual income from the site fees by paying the site a small monthly subscription, giving the affiliate who recommended the member a share of the subscription fee.. Yes, and they will even pay you all the site fees from members in the gold-diamond level for a small subscription. But first you must reach diamond level. not easy i admit, as this blog state, a member of fiverr earns $24000 a year, this shouldn't be too difficult to achieve this target.

Anyway great blog, and if you like fiverr, you will love the potential of fiverjobsite.com

eBay Selling-
Selling online has been one of the most popular activities of individuals who make money on the Internet. This is because using the Internet in marketing and selling products are some of the best ways to gain profit and reputation from customers. It is really true that we can always sell almost everything on the Internet, however, as an Internet marketer you have to consider always the ethical ways of promoting and selling your products to real customers for you to gain real profit. Selling online is not as successful as we always have in mind, there are also some failures that we can encounter. Thank you for sharing this great content, I really appreciate the information you have given to us. SHARED TO SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES