Using Blogging Combined With Technical Analysis to Combat Unemployment
The world economy unfolded after the bull cycle ended in January 2008 under Newton’s Third Rule, which held that there is an equal and opposite reaction to every action. In America, employers cut 533,000 jobs in November, the biggest monthly drop since 1974. The unemployment rate also rose in October, and more Americans than ever worked part-time in November, and a growing recession prompted companies to cut back on full-time jobs.
Developed countries are now facing saturation because of low demand and high overhead supply. The housing market has collapsed, demand for the auto market is drying up. The wave that began in the United States slowly swept the world through its cycle. This will happen sooner or later, because an industry that will not grow or grow now will be the first to lay off workers. To take these unemployed, we need an industry that is growing more and more and will develop in the future.
As always, the World Wide Web comes to the rescue again. People who are too eager to make mistakes, are too talkative or knowledgeable in their field can now write blog posts and make money. There are directories that store articles and blogs, which increases popularity. Bloggers can also work as freelancers and contribute to other blogs. Thus, there is virtually no limit to what you can earn. Stock markets around the world have been in the spotlight since October 2008, when October made history by breaking important support. There is a whole area devoted to stock market analysis, called technical analysis, which analyzes markets using historical data.
Extensive research has been carried out in this area to predict the future development of the market. And smart minds around the world have been earning and continuing to make money, forcing people to buy subscriptions to get accurate market forecasts. If you master it successfully, only technical analysis can bring a stable income throughout life. We can also try daily trading, positional trading, investment, derivatives. Technical analysis can be combined with blogging to add a spark to potential revenue.