Chase Bank offer many different types of loans. According to UsefulFinance.com there are more things which you should know before you apply .
Chase Bank is the consumer arm of banking giant JPMorgan Chase, headed by CEO Jamie Dimon and one of the so-called “Big Four” banks of the United States. From its headquarters in Chicago, Chase offers multiple banking services to millions of customers across the country, who can make use of over 5,100 branches and 16,100 ATMs across the nation. Continue reading
Here at my10000dollars.com i have realized that many people do not realize that ETFs tracks certain indexes (for example UYG tracking financial indexes long) by reflecting the daily % gain or loss of the index. Therefore, the ETF’s gain compounds up or down depending on the behaviors of its index being tracked. Continue reading
Financial ETF Types:
XLF -Financial Select Sector SPDR
This is your very basic Financial ETFs long (bullish). It tracks some of the major financial stocks such as Goldman Sachs (GS) and Morgan Stanley (MS). This is by far the least volatile financial ETF out of the others I use (outside of the normal volatility we see in the financial stocks today, of course). It also retains the value well in a long period of time. If you want to buy and hold financial firms for the long hawl, go with this.
Pros: Basic way to play the financial index; low volatility; good time value
Cons: Not as volatile if you like volatility and big gains
YTD Performance: -24.84%
2Leonardo Fibonacci, a famous mathematician, discovered a relationship now known as “Fibonacci” numbers. It’s a sequence of numbers in which each successive number is the sum of the two previous numbers:
My POT put option expired worthless today. A loss of -$1250. Oh well. But you know what, I don’t care because I made some good plays in the last two days that helped me recover any recent losses and much more. I planned, waited patiently in cash and stuck to plan, executed, and now I’ve rewarded nicely…at least so far.
What: E-minis are futures contract tied to the major US stock indexes like S&P 500, Dow Jones, and Russell 2000. These can be traded 24/7 around the clock and the contract expires quarterly.
Today I closed my long position on UCO. If you recall, this was a complete accident but I ended up benefiting from it since UCO gained pretty significantly in the last two days. I still have my POT (put option) which will probably expire worthless even though POT price is lower than when I bought it. This is solely because of time decay and option expiration. Continue reading
I messed up big time Friday. I decided to take advantage of the anticipated volatility caused by the outcome of Sunday’s OPEC meeting. Expecting that oil will swing either up or down significantly after the announcement, I decided to play “Straddle” using UCO (an Oil ETF I’ve explained before) Continue reading
Sold both Citi and SKF put option today. SKF reached my target of $160. My put price went from $25 to $50. AWESOME gain for me. Continue reading
I made no move today even though I was almost ready to sell SKF. It didn’t quite reach the $160 target I have. Plus options are always more complicated than selling stocks since it involves spreads and volatility. Continue reading