Forex trading where loss and profit are two sides of a coin and when you flip the coin, you either get the profit side or the loss side.
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If you follow Money Bulldog regularly you will know by now that last week we teamed up with Barclaycard to offer our readers the opportunity to take a quick quiz on the Barclaycard website. If you took the quiz and then shared the giveaway on your favourite social network you were then given one entry and a chance to win £60 worth of Amazon vouchers. Sadly only one person could win this great prize but with 257 entries it has been one of our most successful giveaways to date! As today is Cyber Monday we thought it was a great day to end the giveaway so you could get the best value when spending your vouchers on Amazon. The deal of the day over there seems to be £30 off the new Kindle Fire HDX. It’s discounted for today only so if you are tempted by that then you can find the deal here.
As most of the UK population are out in droves this weekend spending all their hard earned cash, we at Money Bulldog are giving it away!
Last weekend we launched our £60 Amazon voucher giveaway in association with Barclaycard and I really couldn’t have hoped for a better response. So far we’ve had 250+ entries which I can safely say makes it the most successful giveaway we’ve hosted to date. If you haven’t already entered the giveaway then there is still time for you to get your entry in on this page but you will have to be quick. Entries will be accepted up until midnight tonight and we’ll be announcing the winner in a blog post this coming Monday, the busiest online shopping day of the year. The winner will be chosen at random by the Barclaycard team and your vouchers will be emailed over to you on Monday.
The current financial climate has left many people in some doubt about their future careers, and how to progress forward. This in turn has left many women wondering whether they should take a risk and have a go at being their own boss. If that sounds like an idea you’ve thought about from time to time, there are quite a few success stories to prove that hard work and perseverance can pay off. Here are 6 great examples of successful female entrepreneurs.
While savvy investment forms a part of many business strategies, there are still some key differences between a standard businessperson and an investor. Certainly, if we had inherited a media empire from our fathers at the age of 21, we too could have grown it into an even larger media empire, just like Rupert Murdoch did… And who knows, we might have even been asked to do a cameo on The Simpsons too. It’s logically easier for a person who has already found some kind of business success and has received the subsequent profits to become an investor, since any loss of funds won’t be felt so strongly, unlike someone who is new to investing and might be inclined to invest more than they can afford in a risky venture. Murdoch himself has made many risky investments, such as the acquisition of Myspace for $580 million, which he ended up selling for just $35 million. So who are some of the most successful investors of the modern age, and what made them so darn good at it?
Miranda Marquit joins us in the basement to share details on her successful crowd funding campaign AND spill the beans on being an entrepreneur.
Some of the best fictional characters of all time have been filthy rich. The Forbes Fictional 15 is an annual list which works out who the richest people in the world of fiction are. So, who are the people who appear in it this year?
One of the ways that you can make extra money on the side – or even make a good living – is to offer your services as a freelancer. Here are some highly ideal jobs for savvy freelancers: