Role Of Risk Management In The Currency Trading Business

It is common for new traders to focus on making money and becoming wealthy as quickly as possible. As a result of this mindset, they learn about various strategies and approaches that come with the promise of making a quick fortune.

The majority of these amateurs are unaware of the greatest irony in the exchange market. That is, the more they chase after money, the more vulnerable they become to losses.

Instead of concentrating on making money, they should instead concentrate on the various components of the exchange market. They should learn how to understand and use these parts.

One such skill is risk management, which assists sellers and buyers in understanding and mitigating various risks. Now let’s learn some advanced techniques by which we can scale down our risk exposure and trade the market in a disciplined way.


Raises awareness of the amount of money you have on hand

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The 8 Most Common Lies That People Put on Resumes

How far are you willing to go to get a job? More than half of us admit to lying on our resumes at some point — about 51% of women and 60% of men.

That could have been as many as 42.5 million people in 2022, according to a survey of more than 1,700 Americans by StandOut CV. The resume services company asked people who were employed or who had previously been employed about lying on resumes, about their references or in interviews.

Certain types of lies were especially common, the survey found. Here are the most common resume lies and the percentages of people who admit to them:

  • Previous work experience: 55.4%
  • Skills: 43.1%
  • College degree (or equivalent): 41%
  • Personal details (age, location, name): 39.5%
  • High school details: 39.2%
  • Salary information: 33.6%
  • Job-specific software or equipment skills: 33.5%
  • Employer references:
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9 Top-Paying Side Hustles That Can Pay Full-Time Incomes

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Got a passion you want to pursue? Or want to break out of the 9-to-5 routine, be your own boss and achieve your ideal work-life balance? A side hustle might be just the ticket.

“While earning potential varies greatly based on factors like your work experience, career field and industry, there are high-paying side jobs that make it possible to earn as much as or more than a full-time role,” writes Toni Frana, career services manager at FlexJobs, in an email to Money Talks News.

As of October 2022, the median wage for full-time workers is $1,070 weekly, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some side-hustlers say they earn at least that or much more working just 10 to 15 hours a week — once their gig takes off.

Remember, though, gigs generally do not offer traditional employment benefits such as health

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How to Make Money With Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is one of the most known (and most lucrative) ways to earn money online.

However, not every blogger can generate a good income from affiliate commissions.

I tell you more, with almost 2 billion websites out there (source “internet live stats“), many will not even be able to generate a single sale.

But let’s look at the glass as half full.

Indeed, many bloggers have taken affiliate marketing a step further and have devoted their entire professional lives to working online.

I’m sure it’s the dream of many of you.

But what turns a good affiliate into a great affiliate?

In truth, there is no easy answer, as the range of potential products and services that can be promoted through affiliate marketing means that there has been an equally diverse range of practices and methods used to exploit it.

If you’re completely in the dark about

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The Top 15 Cities for Remote Workers in 2023

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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on LawnStarter.

Freedom of location is one of the biggest perks of remote work. With a strong Wi-Fi connection, you could take Zoom calls from a beachside villa, a mountaintop chalet, or a lawn chair in your backyard.

To help you find the optimal spot for your telecommuter lifestyle, LawnStarter ranked 2023’s Best Cities for Remote Workers.

We compared cities based on remote worker-friendliness factors, such as internet quality, cost of living, and access to coworking spaces.

Check out our ranking of the best cities for remote workers.

1. Plano, TX

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  • Overall Score: 67.11
  • Financial Incentive Rank: 7
  • Earning Potential Rank: 19
  • Workspace Rank: 6
  • Connectivity Rank: 41
  • Affordability Rank: 6
  • Safety Rank: 27
  • Amenities Rank: 94

2. Frisco, TX

Frisco, Texas
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  • Overall Score: 67.02
  • Financial Incentive Rank: 7
  • Earning Potential Rank: 6
  • Workspace
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