How to Time Entries in Stocks Down to the Minute: The Best High Probability Video
Market Update for Week of May 14th 2012.
Bearish flag and looking for a move down early monday, but news out Sunday night can change the outlook. Worries on Greece still overhang market, and this weeks watch list has great set ups for any market conditions.
link to Video: http://youtu.be/BVNoDYB90MI
A rise in capital gains tax would cause "unfair financial hardship" for prudent long-term savers, one of the world's biggest investment firms has warned. The Government confirmed in the Queen's Speech on Tuesday that it planned to increase CGT on non-business assets from its present rate of 18 per cent to "closer to income tax" levels, possibly to 40 or even 50 per cent.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" has an appropriate subject for a sequel: money.The
follow-up to the 1987 film "Wall Street," which premieres this week at the Cannes Film Festival, is following in a sturdy Hollywood tradition -- extending stories and characters in search of a bigger bottom line. It's a strategy that almost never fails, says S. Mark Young, a professor at the
Illegal-file sharing could 'cost billions' by 2015
The growth of illegal file-sharing could cost European countries 1.2m jobs and 240bn euros (£215bn) by 2015, an industry report claims.The study, commissioned by an industry body and endorsed by trade unions, studied the impact of web piracy in Germany, UK, France, Italy and Spain.
No more tax rises' gaffe by minister: He insists £178bn deficit is under control
A Treasury minister caused astonishment last night by apparently ruling out tax rises for the next four years if Labour stays in office.
Liam Byrne insisted the Government could halve the massive budget deficit without any hikes beyond the new 50p top rate of tax and a 1p increase in National Insurance.
Iceland has all but given up on agreeing a new deal with the UK and the Netherlands to repay more than 3.8bn euros ($5.2bn; £3.4bn) of debt.It had hoped to avoid a referendum on the issue by agreeing a repayment plan before the weekend, but the vote is likely to go ahead on Saturday.