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Someone asked me what’s your view on the market? my response was it will fluctuate. Some experts feel there is a blogbreakout around the corner, some of them carefully waiting for the Fed policy this Friday. While some of them feel there will be a correction.

Global events are an integral part of market now, you cannot control these events neither can devote your full-time in predicting these events. As an investor what you can control?

  • You can control how much money you put behind the idea.
  • You can control which markets you trade in.
  • You can control how much you are willing to risk per trade barring any gap

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With all the Ukraine stuff, Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, World’s biggest democracy getting ready for the exaggerate blogMelodrama and some procrastination from my side , some things got lost in my spindle.  Time to catch up 🙂

In the banking sector, which features leveraged institutions operating in a principal capacity, capital requirements are designed with the goal of enhancing safety and soundness, both for individual banks and for the banking system as a whole. Bank capital requirements serve as an important cushion against unexpected losses.

They incentivize banks to operate in a prudent manner by placing the bank owners’ equity at risk in the event of a failure. They serve; in short, to reduce risk and protect against failure and they reduce the potential that taxpayers will be required to backstop the bank in a time of stress.

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