Even if you do everything right in your first few trades and make money, you still have to pay the bills. Just like every business, trading has costs. Here are some to be aware of before you make your first trade.
When a story comes out that is so slanted, so obviously part of an agenda — it is hard to know where to begin in responding to it. First off, let’s point out the obvious, Bloomberg Magazine appears to have reached a conclusion before this story was written.
Stocks rose, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record, and Treasuries gained as Federal Reserve officials said weakness in the U.S. economy warrants continued stimulus. Oil led commodities up from a four-month low while the yen and dollar weakened.
Stock splits are losing their allure with American executives amid one of the broadest rallies ever, sending the number of shares trading above $100 to a record and showing the rising dominance of institutions in equity markets.