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TYPES OF TRADING

There are several types of trading styles that persons seeking to profit from short term trades in the market may wish to use. Here is a brief description of the most widely used short term trading styles. Day Trading

Day traders buy and sell stocks throughout the day in the hope that the price of the stocks will fluctuate in value during the day, allowing them to earn quick profits. A day trader will hold a stock anywhere from a few seconds to a few hours, but will always square off all of those stocks before the close of each day. The day trader does not own any positions at the close of any day therefore immune to overnight risks. The objective of day trading is to quickly get in and out of any particular
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However, this move may be hindered by restrictions such a prohibition of foreign ownership of land and public utilities.

List of the Philippines FTAs
ASEAN FTA
ASEAN - China FTA
ASEAN - Japan CEP
ASEAN - Korea FTA
ASEAN - ANZ FTA
ASEAN - India FTA
ASEAN - EU FTA

Philippines ' Import and Export Indicators and Statistics at a Glance (2010)
Total value of exports: US$50.72 billion
Primary exports - commodities: semiconductors and electronic products, transport equipment, garments, copper products, petroleum products, coconut oil, fruits
Primary exports partners: US (17.6 percent of total exports), Japan (16.2 percent), Netherlands (9.8 percent), Hong Kong (8.6 percent), China (7.7 percent), Germany (6.5 percent), Singapore (6.2 percent), South Korea (4.8 percent)
Total value of imports: US$59.9 billion
Primary imports - commodities: electronic products, mineral fuels, machinery and transport equipment, iron and steel, textile fabrics, grains, chemicals, plastic
Primary imports partners: Japan (12.5 percent of total imports), US (12 percent), China (8.8 percent), Singapore (8.7 percent), South Korea (7.9 percent), Taiwan (7.1 percent), Thailand (5.7 percent)

JAPAN CORNERS 13.2 PERCENT OF RP’s TOTAL TRADE

The Philippines top ten trading partners for the first semester of 2011 posted a total trade value of $41.570 billion or 75.2

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