Before I packed up to move to my new place, something interesting happened. My little cousins were starting to notice how fast my financial state was changing. One day my 11-year-old cousin asked me something profound. She asked if I would help people who struggled like I did, to find success even if I didn't know them personally. Her question is the reason why I'm writing this because I told her yes, and I'm a man of my word. Whether your back is against the wall while struggling to make ends meet, you're stuck at a soul sucking dead-end job with bosses and coworkers that treat you like you're inferior, or you just want to finally take control and get more out of life, I want to help you achieve it. Binary options trading is one of many …show more content…
Structure is preventing it from continuing its downtrend. An uptrend is likely to occur. Nothing is guaranteed, so that's why you need the RSI. (Check out the Structure video for more details.) Using a Fibonacci Retracement tool will help you see the price structure potential. See the video on how to use the Fibonacci retracement tool. The way to play this combo is to monitor the current and past structure shown on your charts. The Fibonacci retracement tool makes this step easy. Start by looking for trends. What you'll do then is draw a line under up trends or above down trends. (Or chart a bullish or bearish flag pattern.) With trend lines in place, you'll have to wait until the price changes direction and closes below or above the trend line you drew. Then, you'll want a second close in the new trending direction for confirmation. Should the RSI drop from the 100-70 line and moves toward the 50 line, look at the previous highs and lows in the price for structure. There is a chance that the asset is overbought. If there was an upward trend that is being disrupted by structure (current price can't reach a new higher high), there's more than likely going to be a downward reversal. That's your cue to sell/short. When the RSI rises from the 0-30 line and continues upward toward the 50 line, structure will show you if there's a new trend in the works. That will be your cue to buy. The Martingale strategy The Martingale strategy is simple and is typically used on
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The Candlestick chart has formed a Bullish pattern which suggests that buyers are entering into the stock. The stock should continue higher for the short-term. By looking at Intuit’s charts we can observe that Intuit has had steady gains despite a period of loss between mid-July and mid-August. We can also see that it has a Support at 43.44 and Resistance at 47.42. If it breaks this resistance the stock should continue higher to 50.13. The close proximity of resistance at 47.42 will be focused on as a possible refraction from this level may occur.
Always, I was told from parents and elders that anyone can achieve their dreams through arduous work and dedication. Surprisingly, I hadn’t pondered this until I observed a shivering homeless person standing at the corner asking for help on one snowy, frosty winter day. This affected my life greatly. On the way, I just started thinking about the life of homeless people and how they are not fortunate enough to get their own place to live, their choice of delicious food to eat and several other amenities that we all enjoy in our everyday lives. An incident, like this, sparked an enthusiastic sense of compassion and empathy in me. Along with my family, I started thinking deeply and my thoughts to help the homeless expanded to other areas and I wanted to start helping the community around me as much as possible.
My mom did everything in her power to make ends meet. After my brother graduated, my mother moved 500 miles away to Connecticut. I grew up in West Virginia, this resulted in me not wanting to move. I moved in with my father my freshman year. My father was constantly distracted from drugs and alcohol. At this time, I was half way through high school. I realized that I could not live with him anylonger. I spent about a year living with friends. My grandmother, who I was not particularly close with, so graciously allowed me to live with. In order to do this, I was requirered to learn how to support myself financially. Today, I assist my grandmother in paying utilities as well as paying for all neccessitites for myself. My grandmother never had a license or a vehicle. I provide her with transportation too. She does not support me financially, but she does provide me with a roof over my head. In June, I will be moving out on my own. I will continue to live each day with optimism. I will continue to endavor through the difficult times, and will stop at nothing to reach
Beta is the slope of the characteristic line. As shown in appendix1, we use the monthly historical data from April 2003 to April 2008 to graph SCL. We use S&P 500 as the market because it contains the stocks of 500 Large-Cap corporations and can reflect the market change broadly. As shown in exhibit 1, we can get the SCL: Ri-Rf = - 0.001 + 0.1649(Rm - Rf). So the beta is 0.1649 and the alpha (intercept) is -0.001. From the regression line, we find the R square is only 0.103. It reflects the degree that X variable explains Y variable is 10.3%. That is, Ri-Rf has no close relationship with Rm-Rf. In addition, due to the fact that beta is only 0.1649, it also provides the same result which Ri-Rf and Rm-Rf have no strong positive relationship. It is a good issue to consider why Wal-Mart stock return does not relate with S&P 500 return very well. From exhibit 2, we find the Wal-Mart price did not change very much while S&P 500 price went up. The major reasons may be that S&P 500 includes many high-tech stocks and those stocks performed very well during the period; therefore the volatility is greater than Wal-Mart. Moreover, maybe Wal-Mart has lower weight in S&P 500 so its trend of price change is different from S&P 500. From exhibit2, we also find Wal-Mart had good relationship with S&P 500 before 2004. To examine the situation, we use the data from 1998 to 2003 and find the SCL
Visualize living in a beautiful 4-bedroom home near the mountains. Now, imagine the transition to living in a car. Eventually you will shift from receiving government assistance to attending graduate school while working for the federal government. That is a snapshot of my life. Life has thrown me lemons, and I have done my best to make the sweetest lemonade. I have sustained employment since my senior year of high school, and have maintained above a 3.0 throughout my collegiate career. The roughest period was the 2007-2008 school year when I lost an uncle, grandmother, and best friend during a five month period. Nevertheless, my experiences never deterred me from achieving my dreams. I want to support children and families potentially
From the time I was born until the age of twelve, my family struggled with the basic necessities of life. My father worked endless hours in a factory, and yet somehow came home with a smile on his face. As a young kid, I never knew we were struggling. The thought had never occurred to me. As I got older I started to realize that my single father was working his life away to care and provide for his two little girls. He completely put aside his well-being because as long as his girls were cared for, nothing else mattered. Life was never easy, but as a young adult today, I have come to accept that my background has been a prerequisite for greatness, for it is our backgrounds that define who we are. The way we are raised, the way we are taught to believe, and the way we are taught to act, make us who we are today.
The second reason would be due to the ratio of rate of return on total assets, for the current year 2011 the company has a ratio of 6.1% and this is a low rate of return ratio because the company's net income declined by 79.20% compared to the previous year 2010. This also indicates the company is fragile because it measures how the company is using its assets to generate revenue.
This implies that there is upside potential relative to the current price of $37.5; or that it is an undervalued stock.
At only nineteen years old I have been through a lot in life. So much to the point that most people soon realize why I give my all in everything that I do.one thing that will forever stick with me is being homeless as a kid at a young age. Growing up in Mobile, Alabama I grew up with my mother and four siblings. I was next to the youngest out of five kids. My mother had a job at USA medical center where she had worked since she was 21 years old. My mother worked with the house keeping service as basically a janitor. My mother worked six days a week as much as she could to ensure we at least got to school. Even though mom worked so hard sometimes ends were just not met. Some nights she would go to bed hungry so that my siblings and I would have something to eat. Well one day mom came home from a long day’s work to a letter that stated that basically we had a nine days to get our stuff and leave because we were being evicted for not having the money to pay rent. We didn’t have anywhere to go, we couldn’t even afford to go anywhere. This was the first time I had ever seen my mother break down and just cry her eyes out. I didn’t realize at that moment what was going on. Four to five days had passed by with no luck at all. Then by the grace of god we got a phone call from an organization known as family promise. Family promise basically assists with families who are at risk of becoming homeless. They had called after someone had let them know our situation. So we arranged to stay
$18. 30 Day’s high $17.55 trade time Apr 22, 2017, Days low $17.55 trade time change- 1.14% at 52-week high $22.51 the previous close 17.40 and low at 52-weeks $13.06 open at 17.30 the Beta 0.74 The volume was 53.823 Avg.vol 112.122 looking at the above figures the stock they are in a good position. One of their competitors is Amazon. Both companies are star rating the stocks are doing great. Overstock have had a constant and sturdy growth. The online retail giant is a threat to brick-and-mortar stores. Theirs some negative profitability, rising cost and some feel overstock price, put them in a danger zone with the stock market. Overstock up against the competitor such as Amazon, and Wayfair has declined some but not a lot. They have not deteriorated to the point they are in trouble with stock. The profitability of overstock is growing 13% compounded annually from 2002 through 2016; they have lost yet
This can help determine whether or not to sell or buy more as the stock might be in the bull market. I made more than a few mistakes because I did not read and analyze the stock more. The first mistake was selling Fitbit too early. The stock I thought would be on the rise because everyone would be buying it for a christmas gift. However during the two weeks that I held it Fitbit dropped quite a bit. Considering I bought 3000 stocks of FIT I was worry. When FIT rose one day I sold it immediately. It turned out that there was a came that FIT was being bought by a chinese company. The stock rose over one dollar which would have made my portfolio
In the first week, the stock maintained its stability through the first 4 days but ended up taking a small dip on the last day of the week, which dropped the stock price from $118.69 to $116.40. In the second week, the stock dropped when the market opened back up then stabilized for the rest of the week. The stock price went from $116.40 to $112.88. In the third week, the stock increased considerably from the previous week when the market opened back up and was stable. The price was stable throughout the week until the last day of the week when the price of the stock ended up fallen. The stock price went from $112.88 to $112.40. In the fourth week, the stock market opened back up. The price of the stock had went down but increased dramatically and ended up rising back to its original price. The stock price went from $112.40 to $114.16. In the fifth week, the stock increased considerably. When the market opened back up, the stock price was slow and steady on the first day and then started increased throughout the rest of the week almost reaching back to the purchasing price. The stock price went from $114.16 to $117.20.