Corliss Group Online Financial Mag
0 view | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Sebastian Bach
Scoop.it!

Barcelona have transfer budget, Financial Blog Corliss Online

Sebastian Bach's insight:

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona will have up to 60 million euros to spend on new players in the close season, according to the man in charge of their economic affairs.

 

"Barca is in a position to buy four players," vice president Javier Faus told Catalunya Radio. "We have between 50 and 60 million euros net for signings."

 

The club brought in one player last summer, the controversial signing of Neymar that prompted allegations of misappropriation of funds and tax evasion and resulted in the resignation of president Sandro Rosell.

 

Including a payment of 13.5 million euros to the Spanish treasury after fraud charges were laid against the club, the Brazil forward ended up costing just under 100 million euros, close to the record fee arch rivals Real Madrid paid for Wales winger Gareth Bale last year.

 

Barca did not sign anyone in the January transfer window, disappointing some fans unhappy with a series of shoddy displays in defence.

 

At the least, the Spanish champions will need replacements for goalkeeper Victor Valdes and captain and central defender Carles Puyol who have said they are leaving at the end of the season.

 

There are also question marks over the futures of reserve goalkeeper Jose Manuel Pinto and full back Martin Montoya because their contracts expire in June.

 

read related content:

http://corlissonlinegroup.com

http://corlissonlinegroup.com/blog/

https://twitter.com/CorlissGroupMag

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Sebastian Bach
Scoop.it!

Corliss Group Online Financial Mag: Fundamentals of stock market

Corliss Group Online Financial Mag: Fundamentals of stock market | Corliss Group Online Financial Mag | Scoop.it
Corliss Group Online Financial Mag is a stock-market education website designed to teach beginners how to trade shares.
Sebastian Bach's insight:

Back to fundamentals! This seems to be the mantra for every stock market investor or consultant. It involves evaluating the condition of a company’s financial health. And so, no one buys shares of a company that is unhealthy and cannot hope to make profit.

 

On the other hand, there is the technical analysis which involves evaluating a company’s stock performance through the use of stock charts. This requires discerning trends in the movements of the company’s stocks.

 

Both processes involve statistical or scientific methods to come up with the decision to buy or not or, at least, to wait. It is almost like fishing: If you feel the bite, reel it in; if not, you sit and wait. This probably explains why a lot of men enjoy stock trading. For them, perhaps, it is like a game or a sport where the stakes are high and the process of winning requires one’s complete attention and involvement.

 

In the end, trading will depend, as Corliss suggests, on the style taken by the investor. Whether long-term or short-term, the goal will determine the type of approach taken. The nuances of shares trading begin to play once a person finally learns the ropes tightening and one’s grip requires more muscles to be put into action. Of course, unless one already has the muscles, one cannot hope to cling on and survive. Education and experience still count a lot even after one has learned the basics of trading.

 

It is the same way in every human activity. Not many realize that building wealth is as normal and as necessary a human activity as breathing. Sadly, not many people even know how to breathe properly for healthy living! The bounty around us does not belong only to the powerful and rich. We have been provided with all opportunities to share in that abundance. Thanks to this website, that fact is clearly an attainable goal.

 

Related contents:

http://corlissonlinegroup.com/what.html

http://corlissonlinegroup.com/step.html

more...
No comment yet.