A Beginners Guide
To Trading Futures
, Stocks, & Forex

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This report has been purchased as 'PLR' and as such written from the
perspective of the individual author who originally wrote it.
I am passing it forward as I realise these are 'popular' views and as such are
extremely valuable to anyone who is on the fence, whether or not they should get
into the Futures, Stocks, Day Trading and Forex Marketplace to build an excellent
Income/Pension.

Please enjoy or reject as you see fit. But DO NOT Complain about differing
views to your own as they will be ignored.


In the stock trading industry, many people have garnered a lot of money from
futures markets. It is only in this arena where people who have limited capitals can
actually make substantial profits even in a short period of time.
But because like any other market, this involves a lot of risks and may cost you
significant losses, people may often fear to get involved.

Despite its bad reputation however, many experts would claim that futures
trading could only be as risky as you want to make it. And if you take on good
strategies and give yourself the proper exposure, then this can make you very rich.

There are two major types of investments done in the stock-trading arena
these days –short-term investments and long-term investments. If you find yourself
overwhelmed and confused in choosing which type would be best, simply take note
of the differences between these two varieties and consider the advantages and
disadvantages of each to be guided in making the right decisions.

Basically, the major difference between the two investments is the fact that
short-term plans are actually designed to show a substantial yield in a short time
period. While long-term investments, on the other hand, are designed to last for
quite a few years and present a slow yet progressive increase in its yield.

Let us discover more about the differences when it comes to the disadvantages
and advantages of each type of investment.

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