2013-01-28 11:36:39 - As the world economic crises has started to show good signs of recovery including the reported fall in unemployment in both the USA and the UK, HowTradersMakeMoney.Com has launched in order to give more insight and a better understanding to first time traders.
How Traders Make Money aims to report on all types market movement. Commodities, forex, stocks and shares all feature highly on the agenda of the new financial portal. With their sights set on first time traders, How Traders Make Money will give news, insight and projections for new traders to understand the markets and make wiser investment decisions.
The small team of writers consist of veterans from the financial reporting industry. “We want new investors to understand the pitfalls of trading for a fast profit. Our aim is to minimize their risk by providing them with the collective knowledge of financial experts.” Stated Nigel Kennedy, Editor-in-Chief.
He continued “Investments always involve a certain element of risk. With signs of recovery in the
international economic community, we believe that there are a high number of good investment opportunities based on thorough research and a good understanding of the markets.”
The financial portal will endeavor to show new investors how specific trading markets, especially commodities, are influenced by the political decisions taken by governments. The launch also offers new users with free membership and free access to all areas of the site for a limited time.
The mission statement of the new portal as laid out by its founders is simple “We endeavor to offer the best and unbiased trading advice to people wishing to enter the world of online trading.”
Trading online has grown by 117% over the past 12 months and more people are beginning to enter the market as first time traders after finding brokers online.
HowTradersMakeMoney.Com is a financial web portal written by a small team of financial journalists. Reporting and articles include public company information together with expert commentary and predicted market outlooks. The primary instruments include Commodities, Forex, Stocks and Shares.
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