Plus500 Review

Notes for Plus 500 CFD Service:

Your capital is at risk.

CFD Trading is for experienced traders, not beginners.

This article is purely information found on PLus500 and is not a recommendation to trade or to use any specific provider.

Plus 500 is a CFD provider as well as provider of share, forex, commodities and index trading.

In Australia, Plus500 is regulated by ASIC or the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (AFSL Number 417727) and for UK, the Financial Conduct Authority.

Their Australian office is based in Hunter Street, Sydney.

As well as being ASIC regulated, Plus500 is also a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service. More About Plus500 Review

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Silver: Coins, Bullion, Stock, CFDs, ETFs

This article is not a recommendation to trade any specific commodity.

Silver prices have taken a lot of people by surprise and is now a much talked about commodity, even by the financial educator  Robert Kiyosaki, who said he bought silver when it was about $3 an ounce.

Many say that gold is like the leading precious metal that is the most popular and silver is like the next neighboring metal that is in its shadows somewhat.

Robert was saying he invests in gold, silver and oil. How To Buy Silver: Coins, Bullion, Stock, CFDs, ETFs

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How To Buy Or Invest In Gold

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Gold as an investment has been gaining a lot of media attention over the years.

Finance educator Robert Kiyosaki has been also talking more about buying commodities and hedging against the value of the US dollar.

Silver, oil, and even platinum have been the attention of investors interested in short or long term investment. How To Buy Or Invest In Gold 2012

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Platinum Metal Commodity

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According to a Wall Street Journal report:

“HSBC Cuts 2011 Platinum, Palladium Forecasts

HSBC has cut its 2011 platinum and palladium price forecasts but upped its outlook for the period from 2012 to 2018, citing expectations that the market will move from a modest surplus into deficit.

The bank raised its 2012 platinum forecast from $1,750/oz to $1,875/Oz and its 2013 forecast for the metal from $1,650/oz to $1,825/Oz. It also increased its long-term platinum price forecast for the period from 2014 to 2018 by 10.8% from $1,625/oz to $1,800/Oz.”

According to platinuminvestingnews.com: More about Platinum Forecast 2012 and Platinum Predictions

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Oil Prices

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Oil prices are intricately linked to the political situation in the Middle East.

According to Marco Dunand, chief executive of Mercuria Energy Trading:

“We see $100 as a floor for Brent going into next year unless OPEC decides to change their policy and supply extra barrels to the market. We anticipate a situation where the market will remain reasonably tight for a while.” Dunand said.

In a report published on liveoilprices.co.uk. This report also stated: Oil Price Forecast 2012

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Silver Prices Forecast Predictions?

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Back in December 2010, Robert Kiyosaki is talking about the Chinese doing to protect their investments from inflation, he says silver was $15-16 an ounce.

He said he was buying it at $3 at ounce at the time, being a commercial commodity, and is used instead of ‘hoarded” like gold is.

At once stage was cheaper, but now even more cheaper (70x instead of 50x) than gold.

Silver Prices Forecast 2012

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What Is A CFD?

Hi everyone,

We have a new article on what is a CFD that talks about what is contracts for difference and the differences between providers and how this really impacts your trading.

Enjoy!

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Gold Forecasts?

This article is not a recommendation to trade any specific commodity.

The rise and changes of gold prices from 2003 to 2008 has been documented at large.

DOW/Gold charts show the ratio of the DOW to gold prices, and if it’s going down, it means that gold is rising compared to stocks as a general index.

As of right now (January 17, 2012, at 6am NY time) the gold price is around USD 1663.57 per ounce. More about gold price predictions...

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Australian Dollar Forecast: AUD USD Predictions?

According to www.theaustralian.com.au the business section, their headline reads: “Australian dollar forecast to hold above parity with US greenback in 2012″ published in December 2011.

According to their analysis, though the major Australian banks cut their interest rates twice now, the Aussie dollar still represents good value for investors.

Their comment was that the AUDUSD will finish above parity in 20012 with a “median forecast at $US1.0100″ their argument being that the mining boom in Australia will keep the Aussie dollar strong. Australian Dollar Forecast, AUDUSD Predictions

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Reading A Prospectus IPO

This article is not a recommendation to trade any specific commodity.

When investing in an IPO, you will need to have a look at its prospectus for detailed information about the float or initial public offering.

The prospectus is a document that the company issues prior to a float that describes details of the company including financial data (such as assets, debts, profit and loss statements, etc) and current and future projects, details of management, the general history or background of the company, and other relevant information.

There are also details specific to the shares that are issued… How To Read A Prospectus, IPO, float

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