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You will often see online messages and articles talking up the benefits of buying the dip, but is it a good investment strategy? Learn more about this phrase and what it means in practical terms.

A bear trap is common when trading various assets such as stocks, currencies, and commodities. It’s a technical pattern where the price dips or starts falling, then quickly reverses upwards.

A week ago everything changed here at Real Vision as we launched The Real Investing Course, which is part of the new Real Vision Academy. We want to take you behind the curtain to show you how it changes the game for investors.

The concept of the metaverse has risen to prominence, even though it’s not a new term in the tech and gaming worlds. This newly found popularity could be attributed to the rise of blockchain technology, which has made it possible for investors to own virtual land and other goods in the metaverse.

The Taylor rule is a valuable predictive tool for setting the Fed fund rate targets. Despite its limitations, such as the zero-bound, it helps policymakers adjust interest rates to inflation and economic growth changes.

Real Vision today launched The Real Investing Course, a new online learning experience that helps people become better investors – in less than 10 hours.

SBTs’ potential to shake up how things are done in Web3 is truly exciting. Linking SBTs and individual souls leads to more transparency and lower transaction costs, enabling use cases that have so far been barely achievable at scale (like uncollateralized lending).

The main argument of Web3 critics is that the current version of the internet is only decentralized in name but has been hijacked by VCs to enrich themselves. This is why they have proposed something called Web5.

Oil options contracts offer enhanced levels of flexibility when it comes to gaining exposure to the oil markets. Although commonly used by international institutions and oil companies to hedge existing positions, the same principles can be leveraged by retail investors.

Oil futures are extremely useful for shorter-term traders that wish to capitalize on price swings in the oil markets. Oil futures markets track the underlying price of crude oil closely and are one of the most liquid markets in the world.


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