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Insider notes with amusement that the past three years have been catastrophic times for what, in the fantastic place that is the mind of the average Irish Times or Guardian journalist, passes for the 'the political centre'.
As summer draws to a close, now is a good time to look around your garden, taking note of what worked and what didn’t, and planning for the rest of the year and indeed the year ahead. As everyone with school-going children knows, the rain soaked Irish summer tends to give way in September to calm, sunny weather just as the new term starts.
If you’re interested in exploring spread trading as a way to try and make a few extra euros, MarketSpreads.ie is hosting a trader forum in the Radisson, Athlone on Wednesday February 16 at 1pm. The session will cover beginner strategies, trader styles, risk management, technical analysis, and much more.
Throughout Ireland, emerging stock market entrepreneurs are now creating their own wealth on the stock markets by using a wholly owned Irish company called Learn About Shares.
A new workshop at the Ballybane Enterprise centre has been designed to help beginner investors avoid common mistakes made by amateur investors in the stock market.
Throughout Ireland, emerging stock market entrepreneurs are now creating their own wealth on the stock markets by using a wholly owned Irish company called Learn About Shares. The company’s unique programme package is designed for the complete beginner to the advanced trader on how to trade confidently and competently on the stock markets.
Q. My wife and I have AIB and Bank of Ireland shares that we bought about six months ago in the expectation that the stock has reached its floor. We were obviously very wrong. I have now huge paper losses on these stocks. Should I sell them and realize a loss which presumably I can offset against my tax? Can I use the paper loss in any way if the selling the shares now makes no sense?
Entrepeneur, stock market trader, investor, seasoned stock market trainer, accountant and MBA holder Pat Lynch is running a seminar in Galway this weekend teaching the tools to make money in the stock market in a recession.
With the economic downturn and turmoil in the financial markets continuing, investors in Mayo should follow three simple steps when considering their investment strategy. This was the message from David Leydon, investment expert with Ireland’s largest and most trusted insurance company, Hibernian Aviva, who was speaking in Mayo this week.
An effort to understand the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of financial markets and to predict their volatility has seen the launch of a virtual stock market experiment at NUI Galway.