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XTB

When opening ticket, the Buy/Bid and Sell/Ask are the current exchange rate while the Margin is calculated from XTB’s exchange rate at an unknown point of time. Major: Most frequently traded Minor: Pair w/o US$ Exotic: Pair with emerging economy Stop Loss helps to manage your risk and keep your losses to an acceptable and … Read More

Investment

Note: terms can be acknowledged differently by different parties, e.g. go long means holding a stock to one, while it means buying an FX to XTB (short for selling). Market is where you and the other party perform exchange (one sells to the one who buys) Marketplace types ForEx (Foreign Exchange) – exchange the rate … Read More

Candlesticks

In order to create a candlestick chart, you must have a data set that contains open, high, low and close values for each time period you want to display.  Hollow candlesticks, where the close is greater than the open, indicate buying pressure. Filled candlesticks, where the close is less than the open, indicate selling pressure. Long … Read More

Terms

Capital Nominal value – Balance/Deposit is the cash amount in USD you have in your account. Rollover is moving open positions from one trading day to the next. Swap (broker fee charged during rollover). Long positions – bought and are owned. Short positions – owed, but not owned. positions forcibly closed (“liquidated“) Unrealized/Floating P/L – … Read More

Stocks

WHAT When a company is first founded, the only shareholders to raise capital (Money or other assets owned by a person/organization) are the co-founders and early investors. e.g., if a startup has two founders and one investor, each may own one-third of the company’s shares, the investor does not own the company So if you, … Read More

Setting Up and Securing Your Wireless Network

Setting Up and Securing Your Wireless Network

There are more and more individuals opting to work from home than ever before. Right now somewhere out there, there is someone with a receiver waiting to pick up on an unsuspecting person’s wireless local area network. Their hope is to garner some sensitive information that may lead to identity theft, and stolen proprietary business … Read More

Wireless Networks: How Do They Work?

Wireless Networks: How Do They Work?

Wireless networks use radio waves instead of wires to transmit data between computers. Here’s how: It works like Morse code, which is a way to transmit the alphabet over radio waves using dots (short beeps) and dashes (long beeps). Morse code was used manually for years via telegraph to get information from 1 place to … Read More

Why Outsource Work?

Why Outsource Work?

Because you don’t have the time to do it yourself. Your business is growing exponentially but your resources can’t cope with the growth.Because you’d rather focus on mission-critical issues. You’re not interested in frittering away time and energy on non-core functions.Because you don’t have the skills to do it yourself. You need the best talent … Read More

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