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Thursday, April 03, 2014 GOLD Gold slipped after testing $1392 per ounce. On March 19, FED chairperson said that central bank may end its asset purchase program, after this strong reversal seen in yellow metal. Gold prices are once again …

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Workshop on Stock Market

PART 1 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x166j7q_noor-mair-workshop-on-stock-exchange-part-1-of-6-12-10-13_news PART 2 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x166m70_noor-mair-workshop-on-stock-exchange-part-2-of-6-12-10-13_news PART 3 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x167419_noor-mair-workshop-on-stock-exchange-part-3-of-6-12-10-13_news Part 4 Part 5 Part 6

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Gold is cheating?

Gold bounced from $1180 low. These levels re-appear after three years when we saw worst performance of yellow metal, almost 36% decline from all time high i.e. $1920 per ounce. On last NFP, precious metal fell to $1208 but hold …

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Gold is “Dim” now

Gold prices posted another low of $1180 during Asian session on Friday. Bearish pattern continuously suppressed the prices of yellow metal as we observed back to back new lows in June 2013. But in US session on Friday gold rebound …

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Gold At Cross Road

Gold prices are now at a critical cross road. After breach the key support level $1336 and even breaching of previous low $1321, gold prices slipped to enter into $1200 region and currently trading below $ 1300 per ounce. Yellow …

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Trading Strategies – What’s Right for You?

It’s the age-old question that so many traders ask themselves and each other: which stock trading strategy should I follow? Does day trading offer better rewards than swing trading? Should I scalp or hold positions? How can I best limit …

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Global stocks and euro up on Spain’s budget

NEW YORK: Stocks rallied and the euro rebounded from two-week lows on Thursday after the Spanish government said it would cut spending sharply and opened the door for a potential European bailout. Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria …

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Monsoon aspect and stock market

Failure of monsoon is one cliché headline I have been noticing for the past 1 month. It is a cause of concern since most of India’s agricultural territory is rain fed. Except for few places like Punjab, Haryana ,etc rest …

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