The Russian Federation spreads across eleven time zones and two continents. It’s home to nearly 143 million people. It covers approximately 6.6 million square miles. When you’re traveling, sometimes time and money only allow for a taste, a nibble. So, on arriving in Russia, we make like nearly a quarter of the federation’s population, and head for the city. In this case, Moscow. Let’s start … Continue reading A Short Guide to Moscow – Above and Underground
Being located at the Arctic Circle, the winters are quite long and snowy while the summer days come for a brief period say two and half months or more wherein the sun simply does not set. Both the winter and the summer seasons in Finland have an idyllic charm of their own with a special set of adventures and activities to enjoy. Traveling to Finland … Continue reading Travel to Finland – Land of Ice and Brilliant Northern Lights
What comes to mind when we think about Sweden? It has been widely known as the land of the Vikings. It was the land of the Vikings as a matter of history but now, it is a place of wide stretches of breathtaking landscapes and cosmopolitan cities on the other end. Here is something that you can use as your Stockholm guide when you decide … Continue reading Stockholm, Sweden Travel and Beyond
Norway is Europe’s northernmost country. It is one of the most loved vacation destinations in the world. Matter of fact, a vacation in Norway has so much to offer and compete with amidst the magnificence of its neighbors. However, the dramatic landscape and northern chill provides an opportunity to engage in certain Arctic activities such as spotting whales, walruses, polar bears and meandering the fjords … Continue reading How to Have a Great Vacation in Norway
In the peace and quiet of this little country of Denmark, it’s difficult to imagine barbaric Vikings strutting around with their swords and spears. Tourists of all kinds will find Denmark a great destination with everything from sandy beaches, fjords and coves to scenic country side with ring forts and castles and centuries old monuments to savor. Denmark is best visited during August but April … Continue reading Denmark For the Tourist
1. One of the reasons why an Iceland vacation is so popular, and should not be missed, is that the country is dotted with hot springs and thermal pools which are often perfect for bathing in. These may seem like an unusual contrast in areas where there is plenty of snow and ice, and they make a unique bathing attraction which brings in visitors from … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Iceland, Land of Fire and Ice, Should Be on Your Vacation List
When forming a limited company the name of the company can be an important decision. Some people may choose the first name that they think of and others may select a ready made company for speed or because they like a particular name. However, many businesses may prefer to select a company name that either clearly distinguishes itself from its competitors or contains something unique … Continue reading Choosing a Company Name
There is no doubt that Greece is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. “The Jewel of Mediterranean,” as it has been previously called, has the tenth longest coastline in the world at 14,880 km (9,246 mi) in length, featuring an enormous number of islands (approximately 1400, of which only 227 are inhabited). Millions of tourists visit Greece every year (mostly during the … Continue reading Make Your Way Through the Greek Islands by Ferry!
A stock split occurs when a corporation decides to issue new stock and distribute it to it’s current stockholders. This is a decision made by the company’s board of directors. The most common stock split is a 2 for 1 split. When this happens the stockholder will now own twice as many shares as before the split but at half the price. The total value … Continue reading What Is a Stock Split?
I’ll give you the short answer first! Stocks go up because more people want to buy than sell. When this happens they begin to bid higher prices than the stock has been currently trading. On the other side of the same coin, stocks go down because more people want to sell than buy. In order to quickly sell their shares, they are willing to accept … Continue reading Why Do Stock Prices Go Up And Down?