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    How much risk can you tolerate at trading profession?

    Taking risks in Forex trading is a matter of concern for every individual. Most participants do not realize it and participate in this marketplace. They introduce immature money management for the investment in each purchase. Some individuals increase the risk exposure intentionally to make more profits from a simple trade. Those who cannot maintain their investment policy in this profession lost most of the purchases. Those faulty investments ruin their account balance. When the traders lose continuously, it dangers their survival as well. Due to this must uncertainty in this business, everyone should take special care of the investment. Instead of making an input in poor order, traders should plan…

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    Wall Street analysts say buy Marvell & Campbell Soup stocks

    Signage is displayed outside the Campbell Soup Co. factory in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cole Burston | Bloomberg | Getty Images This week, Wall Street looked to Washington as lawmakers tried to reach an agreement on a coronavirus relief package before the end of the year.   Both sides of the aisle appeared far from striking an agreement, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer rejecting Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s $916 billion proposal, as it featured less funding for unemployment benefits. The stimulus package was expected to come as part of the broader spending bill for the fiscal year, which also has not passed. Against this backdrop,…

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    Here’s everything the Federal Reserve could do at its policy meeting next week

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies before the Senate Banking Committee hearing on “The Quarterly CARES Act Report to Congress” on Capitol Hill in Washington, December 1, 2020. Susan Walsh | Pool | Reuters The Federal Reserve heads into its meeting next week in a familiar place, with a teetering economy that could be in further danger unless Congress approves more dollars to support those still getting slammed by the coronavirus pandemic. Also familiar ground: The Fed has limited policy options to help boost activity and is left now with some language tinkering on what it would take to raise interest rates in the future, and what it can do…

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    Volatile Tesla’s entry into the S&P 500 may not be a quiet ride for the stock market

    People wearing face masks are seen inside a Tesla showroom at a shopping mall in Wuhan, Hubei province, the epicentre of China’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, March 30, 2020. Aly Song | Reuters Tesla’s entry into the S&P 500 could be anything but a quiet ride, and it is likely to put downward pressure on other stocks in the index temporarily. Already, investors are gaming how its entry could impact the S&P 500, adding volatility and forcing the sale of other names in the index, as investors and funds that have to own the full index make room for Tesla. The volatile stock has an unusually large market cap for…

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    Jim Cramer sees ‘rabid money’ for tech IPOs, says don’t chase DoorDash

    CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday he believes there is “rabid money” interested in upcoming technology IPOs, but he urged younger investors not to chase after DoorDash once the third-party delivery company goes public. “When people know the brand, the younger investors just say, ‘You know what, get me some,'” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street,” “DoorDash is used by a lot of younger people, both in the suburbs and in the cities, so I think you’re going to see incredible enthusiasm.” DoorDash, which began trading Wednesday, sold shares in its initial public offering at $102 apiece, above its targeted range of $90 to $95. The stock later opened at $182 per share…

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    Wealthfront names Sheila Bair and Thomas Curry to banking advisory group

    Wealthfront has named former Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation head Sheila Bair and ex-Comptroller of Currency Thomas Curry to an advisory group created to help the fintech firm push further into financial services, CNBC has learned. Bair is best known for steering the FDIC through the 2008 financial crisis, pushing back against taxpayer bailouts of big banks and warning of the risks of subprime mortgages. Curry is a former FDIC board member who served as OCC head from 2012 to 2017. “Sheila’s and Tom’s combined experience in the banking industry will be invaluable to Wealthfront as we continue our efforts to rebuild a new, better way to bank that makes money…

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