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How to Reduce the Impact of CoronaVirus on Our Business

How to Reduce the Impact of CoronaVirus on Our Business. Panic buying or buying needs is a social symptom that occurs where people hoard goods to anticipate emergency situations such as the Corona pandemic.At present, basic food, handsanitizer and masks are among the most sought after items by consumers, causing prices to soar up and scarcity.

Not only does it cause social symptoms that have a negative effect, Corona also impacts many businesses, especially businesses that still do business offline. Many people are afraid to leave the house, and government regulations that advocate for psychological distancing make certain businesses experience a significant decline.

From this as a businessman, of course you can learn to find out, how to reduce the impact of corona on business that is happening right now.The following has summarized it for you

(∆) Switch to Online

The first step that can be done now is to turn a business online.take advantage of technological sophistication su…
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Tips For Dominating Trading

The new year will no doubt bring reflections on how results as last year's stock trader.this moment is very good as an opportunity to create new goals in improving the quality of trading your shares during the new trading year in the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2020.

For those of you who have struggled in 2019, this is your chance to press the reset button and commit to completely change your mindset and outlook on the world of trading.this includes eliminating bad habits that you know continue to hold you back, and changing the way you approach each trading throughout the new year ahead.

For those who have made many improvements and profits, this is your chance to dissect every aspect of your stock trading and remove more of the bad habits that you know hold you back and of course to continue to perfect the good habits that have caused you to grow and succeed for a year lastly.

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner trader or veteran trader with more than 10 years experience, w…

The simplest trading strategy in the world

The simplest trading strategy in the world. One of the simplest and most effective trading strategies in the world, is to only trade price action signals from horizontal levels on the price chart. If you only learned one thing from this site, this should be it; look for clear price action patterns from the main horizontal level in the market.if you just stick to the 'formula', you will have many high probability trading opportunities for one year. Don't over complicate the process of analyzing markets / charts and finding trading opportunities. The market will produce a signal for you when it's ready, all you need to do is learn what the signal is like and where to look for it.this is what you will learn in this lesson ...

Price action signal + Horizontal level = Success

It doesn't matter which component you find first, the price action signal or level. What matters is if the two come together to form a confluent price action trade.when you have a clear price action …

Every investor's best strategy is index funds

Every investor's best strategy is index funds. Fear is your worst enemy in investing in the stock market. Fear is designed to keep us alive. If you are in the wild and see a lion, you will feel scared, and will automatically switch to full survival mode by running even faster than Usain Bolt to safety.I'm not asking you not to be afraid, because the only person who isn't afraid is a psychopath.but what I'm asking is that you have to overcome your fear of losing money.

The stock market collapse will definitely happen, remember? When that happens and you see your portfolio go down 35% in a few months, your brain will return to full survival mode and your first reaction is to sell your shares to save whatever is left and stop the pain!

And if you do, you are effectively losing more money and causing more pain!

Instead, I want you to make peace with the "feeling" of seeing a sudden decline in your portfolio, you need to understand those feelings, accept the agreemen…

How to Invest in Mutual Funds?

How to Invest in Mutual Funds?..If you are looking for an easy and low-risk way to invest money, one thing you might be interested in learning more about is mutual funds.Today we will talk about what are mutual funds, how mutual funds work, how to invest in mutual funds and how the risks associated with this investment strategy.

What is a Mutual Fund? How do mutual funds work?

Mutual funds are a collection of various investment instruments that you can invest.This is a popular choice for many investors because mutual funds are generally considered a way of investing with low risk.With mutual funds, companies that act as investment managers will invest investor funds in a number of stocks, bonds, assets, and other short-term investment opportunities.

Joint ownership held by mutual funds is referred to as a portfolio. When you become a shareholder, you are actually a shareholder of an entire company.each share you own is a representation of how many shares you have in a company's inves…

Understanding Price Earning Ratio And Types

Investing in the stock market can be very complicated if you are just starting out. There are various topics that can be studied before you try to choose and buy shares. One of them is knowing the meaning of Price Earning Ratio (usually also abbreviated as PER).the concept of Price Earning Ratio can be a little confusing but once you know the simple formula for calculating it, everything will be easy. So let's get started!

Definition of Price Earning Ratio (PER)

Price to earnings ratio or Price Earning Ratio in terms of stock market investment is the ratio between the price of a stock relative to earnings per share, or other words: Price Earning Ratio = Share Price divided by Earnings Per Share (EPS). EPS or Earning Per Share is earned through the last four quarters of the company. How to calculate EPS is income divided by the number of shares outstanding.

Types of Price Earning Ratio
There are two common types of price to income ratios.Price Earning Ratio is lagging and the ra…

Company criteria for long-term investment

In my writing lately, several times I mentioned the word "consumable product".this relates to one of the criteria for my choice of quality companies to invest long-term, namely companies that produce products with a short life span (fast moving), meaning consumers will continue to buy it to support their daily lives.if consumers stop to buy this product, the quality of life will be disrupted.

Companies that produce consumable products usually have stable performance and can grow consistently both when the economy is good or slowing down. Because the products they produce can guarantee recurring income for companies with relatively low production costs.then don't be surprised, companies that produce consumable products usually have high gross margins and have endurance during a crisis.

What are examples of consumable products? Among other toiletries, washing equipment, fragrances, cosmetics, food, snacks, drinks, herbal medicines, office equipment or stationery, vehicle and…