Switching your energy provider

Since 1990, when Margaret Thatcher’s government privatised the energy markets, people across Britain have had free choice on who they’d like to provide their gas and electricity. Since then, the market has matured and developed into the highly competitive, volatile battlefield of prices that we know today. Despite, however, there being a huge price disparity between certain suppliers in the UK, large portions of the public are still putting up with sky high prices. This may be because they’re unaware of their ability to switch, or perhaps because they believe it is going to take too much time out of their day to perform the switch. Whatever the reason is, we need to make sure that everyone knows just how quick, easy and beneficial switching your tariff is. Whether you’re a first time switcher or a seasoned money saver, read this article and find out everything that you need to know about switching your tariff. Continue reading

How to stay safe in a volatile market?

There are a lot of traders who like to trade in a volatile market. It is very easy to make money in the volatile market. The price level of the currency pairs is moving and traders can make a good amount of money in a short amount of time. Though it is very profitable to trade in the volatile market, most traders lose their money trying to trade the market when it is volatile. Every trader tries to make money in Forex and volatile market is not the best option for making your profit. Even the most experienced traders in the United Kingdom prefer high volatility to trade. But if you are interested in trading in a volatile market, you need to know how to stay safe in the volatile market while trading for making a profit. Most traders do not know this and take this market as an upgraded version of standard Forex markets. This market is very different and if you are not experienced, you can lose your capital also. Many novice traders have lost their entire trading account by trying to trade the high impact news release. Since the market moment is extremely wild, trading at that time requires solid experience and extreme level of precision. A single mistake will result in huge loss for the traders. Continue reading

Why Statistical Principles Are So Hard to Follow

If this post was to end right where it begins, I’d answer the question posed by saying that statistical principles are so hard to follow because they go against human nature or they go against what is the manner in which we naturally interpret our environment. Obviously I’m going to go a little deeper with my exploration of this observation however, because this pursuit of building up as many passive income streams as possible is a relentless one. Continue reading