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Fact about money #19
Only 8% of the world’s currency is actual physical money.

It’s a digital world we live in. Only 8% of all the “money” around the world is actual physical cash. The rest is digital money that exists only on computers. Think about how often we buy or sell things online, or transfer money from one account to another with a simple phone call. The money goes from one place to another, yet we never actually see or touch it. This digital existence of currency makes up the vast majority of all cash around the world today.
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6 Differences Between Middle Class And Rich People

You’re not poor, but you’re not rich…yet. The middle class seems to be shrinking. That means you’re more likely be poor or rich. Which side do you want to be on?
Here are 10 rules of rich people for you to learn from…
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1. The rich embrace being uncomfortable
It’s comfortable to work a “safe” job. It’s comfortable to work for someone else. The rich realize that extraordinary things happen when we put ourselves in uncomfortable situations. Starting your own business or trading forex is a risk and risk can be uncomfortable, but only a risk is what it takes to create wealth and achieve superior results.
Step out of your comfort zone. You might even have to fail and that’s great, because if you’re not failing, you’re not doing much.

2. The middle class underestimate their potential, the rich set huge goals
The middle class set safe goals that are easily obtainable. The rich set goals that seem impossible, difficult or crazy. But they know they are achievable. It all comes back to having the proper mindset.
When you’re setting your goals, ask yourself if they could be bigger. Ask yourself if that’s really all you can do or if you can do more. I think you can do more.

3. The middle class climb the corporate ladder, the rich own the ladder
The middle class tend to work for someone else. They have a job. A career. Upper middle class tend to be self-employed. They own a job. The rich tend to own the business. The rich understand that they need more people working for them to earn more money. The rich understand the power of passive income.

4. The middle class are friends with everyone, the rich choose wisely

The rich understand that when you surround yourself with successful people, your own success will follow. Likewise, surrounding yourself with unsuccessful people tends to have the anticipated effect. Your income is usually the average of the incomes of your three closest friends. If you want to earn more, hang around people who earn more.

5. The middle class focus on saving, the rich focus on earning
Saving is important. Investing may be more important, but earning is the foundation of both. You understand that you need to save and invest, but to really achieve extravagant goals with them, you need to earn more. The rich understand this and work on creating more avenues to earn and earning more with the avenues they have.

6. The middle class believe in hard work, the rich believe in leverage
If you want to reach the top (whatever that may be for you), you’ve got to put in the work. The problem is that hard work alone will rarely make you rich. You can’t become rich by doing it all yourself. You have to use leverage to truly become rich and stay that way. Leverage works in many ways, from outsourcing to investing.
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Do you have any of those?
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Trading plan for May 21

The US dollar extends recovery for a third day in a row. On Thursday, we’ll watch the US unemployment claims and the Philly Fed manufacturing index (forecast – rise to 8,3).

EUR/USD tested 1.1060 on Wednesday, falling below the 100-day MA at 1.1160. Fix below 1.1060/50 would open the way for a decline to 1.0700. Greek problems remain a bearish factor for the euro. Watch the European PMI indices on Thursday – activity is expected to decline a little. Later in the day, the ECB will release its April meeting minutes.

GBP/USD is trying to recover back above 1.5500, supported by the BOE meeting minutes release. The next targets are seen at 1.5570 and 1.5600. Watch the UK retail sales on Thursday (forecast: +0,4%).

AUD/USD remains under pressure for a 5th day in a row and fell below 0.7900. The trend line support was broken to the downside. Next target is seen at 0.7790. NZD/USD is testing the important support at 0.7320. Fix below will open the way to 0.7175. Watch the Chinese HSBC manufacturing PMI tonight (forecast: 49,4).
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USD: forecast for May 18-24

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