Random reinforcement in Forex trading business


People who are reading this article may be surprised to read the title. In this market, the resources are mainly focused on leaf management, capital management, and profit development strategy. Seldom has a person come across such a unique material that talks about something completely different. Investors sometimes trade randomly and get an expected return. They become excited about implementing the same method in future performance without taking into account the extant circumstances. In the psychological aspect, this is known as random reinforcement. This triggers the mental aspect of an individual to follow a certain action that has been profitable in the past.

For instance, a person has opened an order without thinking but that order has gained a profit. He becomes excited and start using the same method the next day but get a different outcome. That rather obvious and think something went wrong because the same formula has derived a portable conclusion for him earlier. Without any plane or goal in mind, people begin to invest only to generate profit. This behavior is destructive for investors and this article will explain as well how to overcome this addictive syndrome. If you are Aspiring investors, go to this …

Gita Gopinath confirms India’s GDP most affected among G-20 countries


International Monetary Fund’s chief economist on Wednesday tweeted a graph suggesting India’s gross domestic product (GDP) may have shrunk the most among G-20 countries in the April-June quarter, at 25.6%, when compared with the previous quarter.

In her tweet, accompanying the graph, Gopinath said, “In #GreatLockdown Q2 (June quarter) 2020 GDP growth at historical lows. Graph puts G20 growth numbers on a comparable scale, quarter-on-quarter non-annualised. Should expect rebounds in Q3 (September quarter) but 2020 overall will see major contractions. China recovers strongly in Q2 after collapse in Q1 (March quarter).”

The chart shows all countries except China registering GDP contraction. While China’s economy is shown to have expanded by a robust 12.3 per cent over the March quarter on a non-annualised basis, the UK is the most affected after India, with a GDP contraction of

Dish TV posts net profit of Rs 75 cr in June quarter, revenue slips 10%


Direct-to-home company India Ltd on Wednesday reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 74.54 crore for the quarter ended June.

It had posted a net loss of Rs 35.44 crore in the April-June period a year ago, said in a BSE filing.

Revenue from operations slipped 9.79 per cent to Rs 835.58 crore during the quarter under review from Rs 926.30 crore earlier.

“Unlike the initial phase of the lockdown, revenues during the quarter were impacted due to a higher overall churn. In addition, the Y-o-Y decline in revenues was also due to a high base effect considering the plenty of cricket and general elections related coverage on television during the first quarter of last year,” said in a post-earnings statement.

Total expenses stood at Rs 747.87 crore as compared to Rs 899.95 crore earlier, down 16.89 per cent.

Subscription revenue was at Rs 791.5 crore, down 4.18 per cent from Rs 82.61 crore in Q1 FY2019-20.

“Renewals and recharges using digital mediums constituted bulk of the subscriptions received by the company. Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and

Outrage After Germany Says Putin Critic Navalny Poisoned With Novichok


Germany said Wednesday that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent, leading Chancellor Angela Merkel to demand answers from the Kremlin and sparking widespread condemnation in the West.

“It is certain that Alexei Navalny is the victim of a crime. He was meant to be silenced and I condemn this in the strongest possible terms, on behalf of the German government,” Merkel said.

The latest in a long line of attacks on Russian defectors and opposition figures sent tensions between Moscow and the West spiralling, with Merkel saying there are now “some very serious questions that only Russia can and must answer.”

Other European figures searched for the strongest possible terms to denounce the attack, with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling it “outrageous” and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian saying it was “shocking and irresponsible.”

European Union chief Ursula von der Leyen criticised a “despicable and cowardly act – once again”.

“The Russian people have a right to express their views peacefully without fear of retribution of any kind, and certainly not with chemical agents,” US National Security Council spokesman John Ullyot wrote on Twitter.

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg condemned the “shocking” use

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