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Amazon / AMZN (NASDAQ)
Retail company Amazon.com, Inc. is an American international electronic commerce company and the world's largest online retailer, often voted as the most trusted brand and a pioneer in online shopping.
Apple / AAPL (NASDAQ)
Consumer electronics company Apple Inc. is an American global corporation that innovates, develops, and retails consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers.
Samsung / SSNLF (NASDAQ)
Samsung Group is a South Korean international corporation company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul.
Walmart / WMT (NYSE)
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is an American multinational retail conglomerate that operates chains of enormous discount and warehouse department stores.
Toyota / TYO (NYSE)
Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese automaker consisting of 333,498 employees globally and the thirteenth-biggest company in the world by revenue.
COCA COLA / COCA COLA
A global leader in the beverage industry. The company offers hundreds of brands, including soft drinks, fruit juices, sports drinks and other beverages in more than 200 countries.
Royal Dutch Shell / RDSB (LON)
Royal Dutch Shell, generally identified as Shell, is an Anglo–Dutch transnational oil and gas corporation incorporated in the United Kingdom, but has it headquarters in the Netherlands.
British Petroleum (BP) / BP (LSE)
BP is a British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London, England, United Kingdom.
Exxon Mobil Corp / XOM (NYSE)
ExxonMobil, is an American multinational oil and gas corporation headquartered in Irving, Texas, USA and the world's third biggest corporation measured by revenue and market capitalization.
FACEBOOK / FACEBOOK
Operates as a social networking company worldwide. The company develops tools that enable users to connect, share and communicate with each other.
INTEL / INTEL
Designs, manufactures, and sells integrated digital technology platforms. The company offers different types of microprocessors that process data and controls other devices in the system.
GOOGLE / GOOGLE
An American multinational public corporation that specializes primarily in the fields of internet search technology, online marketing and cloud computing.
Its products include a mobile operating system and an open source web browser.
AIG / AIG
An American multinational insurance corporation with over 88 million customers in 130 countries. They provide insurance for Life and Retirement, Property and Mortgages.
3M / 3M
3M Co. conducts operations in the consumer and office markets, as well as health care, safety, electronics, telecommunications, industrial and other industries.
BOA / BANK OF AMERICA
A major player in the investment banking market and the world’s largest wealth management corporation. It serves around 50 million private consumers and maintains business relationships worldwide at 5,151 banking centers.
FIAT / FIAT
Italy's largest car maker and the world's 9'th largest automobile manufacturer.

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EUR/USD / EUR/USD
EUR/USD is one of the most traded currency pair. The currency pair informs the trader how many U.S. dollars are required to obtain 1€ (the base currency). Trading the EUR/USD is commonly referred to as trading the "Euro".
GBP/USD / GBP/USD
One of the strongest currencies in the world is the GBP or 'sterling' and the GBP/USD informs how many U.S. dollars are required to buy one British pound. It should be remembered that the stronger currency is always mentioned first.
USD/JPY / USD/JPY
The USD/ JPY currency pair (AKA "The Gopher") is the third most popular trading currency on the Forex market. As the Yen is the 4th most important reserve currency in the world, the pair is considered highly liquid.
AUD/USD / AUD/USD
Thanks to high interest rates in Australia, the Aussie dollar is a popular currency amongst forex traders, with the AUD/USD pair currently ranked as the sixth most traded currency in the world.
USD/CAD / USD/CAD
The US to Canadian dollar (USD/ CAD) currency pair (also known as the "Loonie"), is the seventh most popular currency for trading on the Forex market.
BTC/USD / BTC/USD
BTC/USD: Despite receiving much mainstream attention and trader interest, the Bitcoin price has been declining for some time now.
USD/CHF / USD/CHF
The USD/CHF currency pair (AKA the "Swissie") is considered a safe pair amongst traders due to its stability. The US- Swiss Franc currency pair is the fifth most traded currency on the Forex market.

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GOLD / GOLD
Of all the commodities, gold is the most popular asset. Investors generally use gold as a counterweight against economic and political upheaval that often leads to currency crises.
SILVER / SILVER
A metallic chemical element which is used mostly to make coins, jewelries and other industrial products. USA, Mexico and Peru are the main silver producers.
PLATINUM / PLATINUM
Platinum's main mines are in South-Africa and Russia. It holds its value better than gold at times of political crises. Its main uses are in the jewellery industry and the manufacture of catalytic converters in the automotive industry.
COFFEE / COFFEE
The world's main coffee suppliers are Vietnam, Brazil,  Indonesia and Colombia. Its price can be volatile and can be affected by the weather & political crises in its producing countries, yield speculation and also the price of the oil.
WHEAT / WHEAT
A highly valued commodity. Natural disasters and unpredictable weather patterns increased its price in recent years. Its prices may affect the following stocks: Nestle, Sara Lee, Quaker Foods, Campbell Soup, Kellogg, Kraft Foods and General Mills.
SUGAR / SUGAR
An important commodity, although it has some marked differences to other commodities. It is difficult to ascertain the actual supply and demand dynamics of sugar due to it being a highly subsidised product wherever it is cultivated.
COPPER / COPPER
Its main suppliers are: America, Europe & Asia. Trends show an overall decrease in the amount of copper being mined. Its price is also affected by demand. It's used in a great deal of applications, including new construction & remodeling.
CORN / CORN
Corn is considered one of the most important cash crops on the planet. Aside from its consumption as produce, corn is used to make corn syrup, livestock feed, alcohol, plastics and ethanol fuel. Prices can be affected by many factors such as the weather.

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NASDAQ / NASDAQ
The NASDAQ Stock Market, simply referred to as the NASDAQ, is a stock exchange based in the US. NASDAQ is an acronym for National Association of Securities Dealers.
NYSE / NYSE
The New York Stock Exchange, sometimes known as the "Big Board", is a stock exchange located in New York City.
ASX / ASX
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is Australia’s main securities exchange. It was created in 2006 by merging the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange.
FTSE 100 / FTSE 100
Also known as the UK 100 Index. A stock market index compiled of the top 100 capitalized UK companies listed on the London Stock Exchange.
S&P 500 / S&P 500
Index of 500 stocks. The index measures the performance of the broad domestic economy through changes in the aggregate market value of 500 stocks representing all major industries.
DAX FUTURE / DAX FUTURE
This index represents 30 of the largest German stocks being traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
NIKKEI 225 / NIKKEI 225
The Japan Nl225 is a stock market index for the top-rated Japanese companies traded in the Tokyo Stock Exchange(TSE).

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