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Bear Market Definition & How to Profit

Bear market example 4 min read   The bear market is a period of consistently falling stock prices. Usually, a...
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Bear Market Definition & How to Profit

Simple Forex strategy but Profitable

The more simple your trading strategy is, the better it performs 2 min read A simple Forex strategy but profitable...
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Simple Forex strategy but Profitable

Forex Broker – What is it?

Forex broker is a mediator that execute the transaction orders on behalf of his client 2 min read Say you...
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Forex Broker – What is it?

Initiative Q – Is It a Scam

Initiative Q only announced the great plan 3 min read     Initiative Q invitations for the new currency have...
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Initiative Q – Is It a Scam

Boeing shares fall faster than their jets

Boeing shares of the company have declined by about 10% since March 10 3 min read   The Boeing shares...
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Boeing shares fall faster than their jets

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  • Boeing shares fall faster than their jets 3 Boeing shares fall faster than their jets- Boeing shares of the company have declined by about 10% since March 10 3 min read   The Boeing shares marked significant down since the March 10 crash. One of its most profitable lines, the 737 Max 8 recorded the second crash of a 737 in less than five months. Boeing (NYSE:BA) Co shares dropped by more than 2,2% early on Monday. It happened after a pair of newspaper reports asked more questions about the certification process for its 737 MAX jets before two recent fatal crashes. A Wall Street Journal report on Sunday said that the U.S. Transportation Department was examining the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) approval of the 737 MAX. In particular its anti-stall (MCAS) system. According to…

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  • Bear Market Definition & How to Profit 5 Bear Market Definition & How to Profit- Bear market example 4 min read   The bear market is a period of consistently falling stock prices. Usually, a bear market is defined by a 20% or bigger drop in stock prices lengthening over a time frame of two months or longer. The variation in prices is measured using the movements of a major stock index. For example, the Dow Jones Industrial Average or Standard & Poor 500 Index. A bear market is distinct from a correction. Correction occurs when stock prices drop by 10 percent over a shorter time frame, usually less than two months. The average bear market lasts 1.4 years. The average cumulative loss is 41% during that period. A bear market is when the prices…