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(ShareCast News) - David Cameron will promise today to unmask the corrupt offshore companies that are buying up luxury London properties using "plundered and laundered cash". In a vow to stop Britain from becoming a haven for "dirty money", the prime minister will disclose plans to shine a light on the secretive and sometimes criminal companies buying homes in the most exclusive - The Times
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(ShareCast News) - US stocks closed lower on Monday on the back of a global selloff triggered by a sharp decline in Chinese stocks. 8 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Lonmin led the miners lower on the FTSE 250 after a downgrade from HSBC hurt the platinum producer's shares. 12 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - European equities declined on Monday following a slump in Asia, hurt by disappointing data. 13 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Shares in Daily Internet surged on Monday, as the web hosting and cloud infrastructure provider said it has secured three deals worth a combined £400,000 with builders' merchant JT Atkinson & Sons Ltd. 14 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - UK economic growth accelerated in the second quarter compared to the previous three months, according to forecasts. 15 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - The chief executive of Allergy Therapeutics bought new shares in the company few days after releasing a positive trading update. 14 hours ago
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Nasstar (NASA), which I highlighted at 8.5p at the end of last year, had made good progress in its first 18 months as a quoted company but the loss of a major customer will have a negative effect on the second half of 2015.
The news, in a recent trading statement, is bad news for the current financial year and the performance of the share price in 2015 but the underlying attractions of the cloud-based IT services and hosting provider remain.
In the wake of the Greek crisis of June, the UK banking sector rallied, but it now looks as if the bounce has run its course.
It has been a see-saw year for the sector, but from a technical perspective the immediate path looks to be downward.
Trading expectancy is not a subject that often comes up in the average book on trading. Guides that don't cover trading expectancy will focus mainly on trade selection and timing, and in the end readers will lose money. But author Dirk Vandycke uses it to increase his win ratio.
Even books that cover trading expectancy often get it wrong. Either they understate its importance, which almost makes them a match for the books that don't mention it, or more often still they can even teach a totally wrong way of looking at expectancy, taking yet another step in the wrong direction. In this article, we will aim to fix that problem once and for all.
Most of us are familiar with the story of 'The Tortoise and the Hare,' but there are some surprising and insightful parallels that can be drawn between this famous fable and the world of trading.
The story begins with a tortoise and a hare setting out on a race. The hare is of course much faster, so he zooms off ahead while the tortoise slowly plods along.
As a trader fascinated by psychology in spreadbetting and traditional trading I am a keen believer that it is a healthy practice to consider and understand all the psychological biases in our brain that can and usually do affect our trading. In this article, I would like to talk about something known as the sunk cost effect.
Some psychologists refer to the psychological biases that effect the way we act as judgemental heuristics. Judgemental, because they affect our decision making processes, with heuristics being shortcuts that allow us to sift through and sort out information in a short period of time.