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May 10, 2008


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Get the fundamentals right first! Here are 4 basics for you: 1. Choosing a broker. Select the broker that operates on low spreads. Your broker must have tie ups with large banks. Check to ensure that they are registered with futures commission merchant (FCM) and regulated by commodity futures trading commission (CFTC). 2. Fundamental analysis of the market. This done to understand long-term trends. 3. Technical analysis of the market. This is necessary to understand and analyze the price trends as a result of change in the currency conversion rate. 4. Money management. You must be aware of how much you are investing and how much you are getting back. You have to measure your success from the profit made after a day and not after each trade.

I agree. Stock trading is more exciting because it is more interactive. People like to be involved and you don't do anything with bonds except hold them. I love having control over my investments. My latest pick is Mentor Capital (MNTR), which you can learn more about at

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