Sunday, December 30, 2012

Is Vimax Scam - Does It Really Work?

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Saturday, December 29, 2012

High School Tuition In Singapore

In his recent address to an audience of entrepreneurs, junior college students ( high school students ) and staff, Singapore's Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam mentioned that most Singaporeans are satisfied with being competent at what they do, with few actually striving to be exceptional.

As the education standards in Singapore and the rest of the world rise, students are finding it increasingly difficult to stay competent, let alone be exceptional. In order to stay academically afloat', many students are sent for tuition classes at a tender age. Making tuition classes available and accessible for their children seem to be a norm for many concerned parents in Singapore. Mathematics tuition and science tuition such as physics tuition are especially common in Singapore. Even in Japan and the United Kingdom, there is widespread public support for high school tuition.

The education system in Singapore encourages high students to take up a wide spectrum of subjects with sufficient depth. While the curriculum adequately prepares them for the future, many students hardly cease to consider the prospect of tuition classes. High school students in Singapore often seek H2 Physics tuition or H2 Mathematics tuition classes, which provide them with additional practice or with different prospectives of a certain concept, with the hope of gaining a competitive edge over their peers. Academically-inclined students may find tuition classes a breeze, while others may detest the monotonous repetition of concepts in a H2 Physics tuition or H2 Mathematics tuition class. This may impose high levels of psychological stress among these students, resulting in unforeseen health problems.

Some other students in Singapore do not have a say in their academics. Their parents call the shots by sending them for tuition classes, with the afraid to lose out' mentality deeply entrenched in their minds. As a result, students report to lessons and feel as if they are indoctrinated instead of being educated or enlightened. Thus it is important that the student understands clearly his need for extra lesson.

In any case, high school tuition classes ought to be enjoyable. Injecting some fun in tuition classes not only makes it less dreadful, it better aids in the students' cognitive and intellectual development, such that they can maximise their fullest potential. Besides being a mentor in their studies, the roles of a top tutor include motivating and paying close attention to them. Thus a close tutor and students relationship and low tutor to student ratio are essential.

Therefore, it is of utmost importance that junior college tuition provides an avenue for development, not only in the educational aspect, but also in the general wellbeing of each student. Striving to meet expectations is essential, but definitely not at the expense of students' health.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Advice On Locating Your Own Audi Leasing Car

In getting a car, it is advisable that you do thorough research before finding the right provider. It is also important to asses what it is that you want, because this will help in choosing the right dealer. This is why a proper plan needs to be in place to ensure that the process of finding an Audi car leasing deal is made easy. To make your search successful it is better to have guidelines that will help you.

Buying a new car limits ones options due to the prices. With personal car leasing, you can be able to own a high value car that you would not have considered for purchase. For business people who want to represent their businesses well, business car leasing will be highly recommended for them. You can choose from Audi lease to Mercedes car lease among other prestigious choices.

You should also note that with leasing, you will experience the benefits of driving an Audi without actually buying it. This applies to all quality vehicles you may desire, but you do not have money to acquire them. Besides many businesses and individuals prefer this because they can acquire any vehicle at a cheaper cost when leasing.

Having decided what you want, you should complete an application form and email or fax it to the dealers. If your proposal is accepted, the car will be made available and delivered to your address as soon as possible. At the lapse of the lease period, the car will be taken back and should you want more services then a new contract can be entered into on the same car or a different one. This can possibly be made no easier for you.

Unlike buying a car with the one installment in cash, with lease the repayments are comparatively lower and thus gives you ample time to repay what is owed. Additionally the deposit paid is equally as low. You should also know that there is a set mileage that the car should not exceed on an annual basis.

During the rent period, you not only enjoy the benefits of owning the car but you will incur expenses as the real owner of the vehicle including insurance, parking tickets among others. Liability for driving violations and fines incurred will also be borne by the lessee.

In leasing, you get the full manufacturers warranty as would be granted to a buyer. Road assistance is also availed by the vehicle manufacturer for a period of time stipulated by the same manufacturer. At the start of the agreement you can agree on a maintenance package, where all the maintenance costs will be your responsibility.

It is everyone's joy to drive a car, which is of quality, without actually paying for it. With this in mind, find the best Audi lease that will be worth every dime spent. If you are not sure of the best choice, you can ask colleagues or experts in such matters for help. Nevertheless, the final choice should match your needs.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

The Options Delta - What It Is And How It Works

The term "options delta" is one of what are commonly called "the Greeks" in option trading, but understanding its significance can make a big difference to your trading decisions.

In its simplest form, the delta is a number which describes the relationship between the movement in the price of the underlying financial instrument (stock, commodity, currency etc) and the option price that derives from it.

An example would be the "at-the-money" option. This refers to an option whose strike price is exactly the same as the current market price of the underlying. Whether we are talking call or put options, an at-the-money option always has a theoretical delta of 0.50 or 50 percent. The reason is, because from this 'at-the-money' position, the option contract has a 50/50 chance of expiring out-of-the-money. This is because in the future, the underlying will move one way or the other, up or down. It doesn't matter which way it goes, the odds are 50 percent, or 0.50 each way.

Now, the further away from the strike price the underlying moves, if it causes the option to go 'out-of-the-money', the less likelihood there is, that the option contract will be of any intrinsic value at expiry date. So the delta decreases. Conversely, if the underlying moves in your favour, thus making the option contract 'in-the-money' the more likelihood there is that option will expire with some intrinsic value. So the options delta increases, but only to a maximum of 1.0 or 100 percent which indicates certainty.

Using the Options Delta in Trading Decisions

Now that you understand how the options delta works, you can use this to your advantage when assessing the potential risk of any trade. Let's say for example, that you want to write a put credit spread over a stock index because you believe the index will either rise or at least remain above the strike price you have in mind by expiry date.

So you decide to sell put options at 100 points below the current index price and buy the same amount of put options at 110 points below, thus creating a 10 point credit spread. You observe that the options delta for the 100 strike price is 0.10 or 10 percent. This means that theoretically, there is only a 10 percent chance that the index is likely to fall below this level by expiry date. In other words, there is a 90 percent chance that you get to keep the credit.

So you enter the trade in the expectation that you have the odds 90 percent in your favour of a successful outcome. The delta has shown you this.

But let's imagine that in the next two weeks, the index falls so that it moves closer to your 'sold' put strike price. This being the case, the delta will increase to reflect the new probability that the index will close below your chosen level at expiry date. So if the delta becomes 0.25 or 25 percent, this means there is now a 25 percent chance that the index will be below the sold strike price at expiry.

Understanding the options delta gives you a valuable tool to make option trading decisions. Some even say that the best and safest way to trade options is by adjusting your positions and "managing by the options delta". This is particularly relevant when it comes to adjustable spreads such as credit spreads and iron condors. Managing your open positions by the delta is a more scientific approach which is a good thing - because after all, option trading should be just another way of doing business.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Pre-65 Disabled Medicare Supplement Insurance

Many people automatically associate Medicare with seniors and for the most part, that assumptions pretty correct but not entirely. There's a whole other category of people for whom Medicare is life send for them and they may not be close to age 65. Medicare is also available to people who have been deemed permanently disabled according to Social Security rules. Let's take a look at what is commonly referred to as pre-65 Medicare for the permanently disabled and also understand how Medicare supplement insurance plans conform to this less typical eligibility.

Permanently and totally disabled is the official term that Social Security uses to described someone who is then eligible for various benefits including Medicare prior to age 65. The "Permanent" part of the equation is important since a temporary situation will not make you eligible. It must be a situation that not only will not change but prohibits you from returning to the workforce in any meaningful way. This is the only way to get Medicare prior to age 65. Disability coverage was added in 1956 with the Social Security Disability Insurance (or DI for Short) and it was one of the largest expansions of the original Medicare plan and eligible base since the original plan was launched in 1935.

It's important if you are permanently disabled (which is a process undertaken through your local Social Security office) to make sure to follow their instructions to the letter especially in terms of time tables and requirements. You do not want to be in a situation where you did not submit paperwork (say to elect Part B) in a certain window and will therefore have to wait for a period of time before Medicare is available to you. We get these calls frequently and it's always disheartening since there's not much we (or the applicant) can do and quite frequently, the pre-65 disabled member has significant health issues and no other insurance. Unless they had existing coverage (pre-65 individual/family or group based coverage), they will likely not be able to qualify for other coverage except for maybe PCIP, the Federal pre-existing condition plan for people without prior coverage for at least 6 months. There are four important parts to make sure transpire smoothly for pre-65 Medicare. First, is your designation of permanently and totally disabled. Secondly, you want to make sure your Part A for Medicare is installed. You also want to make sure your Part B (physician costs with Medicare) is opted (much be elected voluntarily) within a certain time constraint from Part A and disabled status dates. Finally, you need to make sure to apply for your chosen Medicare supplement insurance plan and Part D for medication within a certain time from Part A/Part Medicare enrollment.

This bring us to our discussion of Medicare supplement insurance for pre-65 disabled people. Although the Medicare supplement insurance plans are standardized by the government so that an F plan is an F plan, whether over or under age 65, there can be some differences. For one, some carriers may not offer a full range of the plans available under Medicare. For example, they may only have the F plan. The rates can be different for pre-65 Medicare supplements as well than for over age 65. It's important when researching everything you need to do for pre-65 Medicare with disability that you deal with an experience Medicare Supplement broker and really compare the medigap plans and quotes available to you.

Dennis Jarvis is a licensed insurance agent concentrating on medicare supplement insurance. Find more articles and guidance about medigap plans.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

A Culture Of Complacency And Entitlement

From a historical perspective, America is still a young nation, yet we seem to have undergone an accelerated cycle of ascendency and decline. After rising from a handful of colonies to the richest and most powerful nation in the world, our country is now declining at an alarming rate under a collapsing economy and a culture of complacency and entitlement.

The rapid rise of this nation was due to a fortunate combination of abundant natural resources, a free market that provided opportunity for everybody, and a strong work ethic that was deeply ingrained in our culture. People immigrated here from all over the world seeking opportunities that uniquely existed here. They didn't come because they wanted a handout. There were no handouts. -- They just wanted an opportunity to work hard, and to be compensated at fair market value for their industriousness and ingenuity. They were willing to struggle and sacrifice to carve out a better life for themselves and their descendents. That's why they came to America.

That model worked exceptionally well. America prospered and flourished. We were the first nation ever to have a true middle class. But then something changed, and we underwent a sudden phase shift from hard-earned ascendency into meteoric decline. What happened to our nation?

I see a direct correlation between the decay of the proud work ethic, upon which this nation was built, and the rise of the credit/entitlement culture. What does credit have to do with a sense of entitlement, or with the loss of our cultural work ethic? Let's take a look at the moral hazard engendered by easy credit.

When somebody wanted to buy something, but couldn't afford to pay for it in cash, they used to have to save up for it. Department stores had layaway plans, where a person could put an item on hold while they paid it off. They'd pay a little each month until it was paid in full and, when they made that final payment, they'd go to the store and proudly bring their new possession home. It was very clear how long it took to earn the money it cost to purchase a particular item, and people had to make tradeoffs based on what they could afford.

Then came credit cards. The idea was that you still pay a little every month, but you don't have to wait until it's actually paid off to take possession of it. Whatever you want, you can have it now, whether you can afford it or not. And, as long as you make a minimum payment each month, you can keep charging and charging and charging, with no immediate consequences. There's no longer a clear relationship between what you buy and how long it takes to earn the money to pay for it. And, when you max out one credit card, you get another (usually with a higher interest rate).

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, the ratio of household debt to income for the average American family is 122% . That means the average American family spends 22% more than they earn. Clearly, that is not sustainable for even one household let alone an entire nation. Most Americans are maintaining a much higher standard of living than they can actually afford. And now that the credit market is tightening up, they will no longer be able to sustain it. Inevitably, most of these people will see themselves as victims because they feel entitled to the standard of living to which they've become accustomed, -- even though they've spent most of their lives living way beyond their means.

Some blame the credit crisis on the lenders. That conveniently absolves individuals of taking responsibility for their own actions, and further promotes the entitlement mentality that got them into this untenable situation. To reward the victims by bailing them out at other people's expense further compounds the moral hazard.

A recent publication by the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that almost 43% of Americans don't even have a retirement savings account. Among those who do, the median amount of their retirement savings is ,000. That won't go very far these days.

It used to be part of the culture that everybody set aside a portion of their income, throughout their earning years, to save for their retirement. People routinely sacrificed conveniences and luxuries to build up a nest egg so they wouldn't have to live out the remainder of their lives scraping by at a bare subsistence level. Regrettably, it seems that is no longer part of our culture. Since the Social Security program was introduced during the Great Depression, the subsequent generation of baby boomers never felt it necessary to save for their own retirement. After all, the Daddy Government had relieved them of that responsibility by deducting money from every paycheck and setting it aside for them. So why should they bother to save?

Social Security is now officially projected to run out money by 2037, and it could be a whole lot sooner. So what will happen to all these people who spent their entire lives living beyond their means, who have no savings and no retirement income? They will face a devastating reality from which they've been shielded all their lives. They are not entitled to the standard of living to which they've become accustomed. Daddy Government is broke, and cannot come to their rescue.

At least they'll have fond memories of all the lattes, junk food, trinkets, and fads on which they squandered their money instead of saving for their retirement.

But how were they supposed to know? Everybody else was doing the same thing! And that's exactly why our once-great nation fallen into bankruptcy, financially and morally. Because everybody was doing the same stupid thing, and it never occurred to them they'd someday have to take responsibility for themselves.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Gold Price Forecast for 2011

2011 Gold Price Trend Forecast

Forecast: Rally to continue, but in a slower rate than 2010

1.) A Quick Summary of 2010 Gold Price Trend

1a.) Technical Summary:
2010 saw a continued rally in gold price. Gold price was up from USD1044.4 (1 Feb 2010) to USD1431.33 (6 Dec 2010), a 37% increase in 12 months. Gold price stayed within the uptrend channel that started in 2001 when gold price's lowest price was USD253.5. Gold price has risen close USD1200 over the last 10 years, an increase of 565%. Gold price has doubled in 2 years, from USD682 (Oct 2008).

2010 Q1 February gold price hit its lowest price, then the rally started until Dec 2010 when gold price reached new historical high at 1431.33. Q1 and Q3 were technical corrections seasons, and Q2 and Q4 were rally seasons.

2010 Seasonal Trends for Gold Price ( total rise of 37%):
Q1: highest price was 1136, lowest price was 1044 correction season (down 8% from 1136)
Q2: new peak achieved at 1255.49 (21 June 2010) a rally season - (up 11% from 1044)
Q3: July saw a correction; price was down to 1156 correction - (down 8% from 1255.49)
August & Sept saw another rally new peak at 1320.6 (27 Sept 2010) (up 14% from 1156)
Q4: New historical peak achieved at 1431.33 (6 Dec 2010) a rally season (up 24% from 1156)

1b.) Fundamentals Support for Gold Price's rally in 2010:

Increased in investment and physical demands were supporting gold price to rise over the whole of 2010. Commodities prices rose as a result of increasing demands mainly from emerging countries, and also caused by increasing speculative demands from the markets. Other commodities such as aluminum, palladium, also surged in 2010.

Physical demands came mainly from emerging countries such as India and China increased their gold reserves as USD was trading at low levels. Indians and Chinese were also purchasing higher volumes of gold as an investment asset. China further opening up its Shanghai gold exchange in Q3 of 2010 further pushed up the gold price. While India's national spending on gold purchases increased by over 90% in 2010 alone. Another big increase in gold buying came from Russia as physical demand was also up and national reserves in gold holdings also went up as a hedge against the falling US dollar. We also saw some other nations taking the same actions as USD was on a slide.

Increase in the world's largest ETF fund; SPDR ETF's gold holdings were up to over 1300 tones from around 1100 tones at the start of 2010. International governments were also increasing their gold holdings as foreign reserves, hedging against the falling USD.
SPDR EFT Gold Trust up 28% in 2010: (see below chart)

Investment demand for gold was also strong as investors turned to gold as an alternative investment against Euro and US dollars. Risk appetite for gold went up and pushed gold price to new peaks as Euro debts caused serious concerns to the markets. As Euro zone debts problems worsened ; Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Greece went into severe troubles with their national debts, and saw their ratings downgraded. EU had to implement undesirable policies to rescue those countries. Euro against USD fell sharply from 1.500 (start of 2010) to 1.180 (June 2010), and recovered slightly to around 1.300 levels as debts problems were easing. The safe haven' factor as investors turned to gold during the Euro debts crisis, was a major leading factor behind gold price's strong rally during the 2nd half of 2010.

The other key factor was the weak US economy. US Fed's Quantitative Easing QE2 rescue policy in Q4 of 2010 gave gold price a final push above 1350, and hitting 1430 (historical peak). The easing of US monetary policy to boost the weak US economy, lead to another surge in investment demand for gold.

USD Index 1 year chart, as USD index was trading weak against other major currencies, markets once again turned to gold. High US unemployment rate at around 9.3%, slow retail sales and housing markets still in a slump, US interest rates stayed at low levels during 2010, and gold continued to rise as alternative investment demands increased. Gold price saw a straight daily jump of USD20 each time when there was weak US economic data came out.

2.) 2011 Gold Price Trend Forecast

Do we think the rally will continue in 2011? The answer is Yes. We expect gold price will rise further, but at a slower rate than in 2010. We forecast gold price would increase by 15-25%, the price of gold could rise into the 1680 1900 area.

Do we think gold price is in a bubble? No, not at current price levels. And gold price was not always on a straight up since 2008. in 2009, and 2010, each time gold price achieved new peaks, there were healthy corrections of 5% - 10%. The price would be seen as a bubble if there was no corrections in the gold price uptrend.

2a.) Technical Forecast For 2011 Gold Price Trend:

Looking back at our 2010 gold price forecast, we predicted that gold price would see rallies in Q2 and Q4, and Q1 and Q3 would see corrections. As it turned out, we were correct in the predictions of quarterly pattern.

2a.) 2011 Quarterly Technical Trend for Gold Price:

Q1: Technical corrections season around 8 10% from peak price of 1431
Q2: Rally season
Q3: Correction followed by rally
Q4: Rally then corrections begin

A new historical peak could be reached in the area of 1680 1900.

Looking at the 10 year up trend chart.
Gold price has been on a rising trend since 2001, when price of gold was at around USD250, and the uptrend became steeper started in 2007. As long as gold price remains on the uptrend, gold price should continue to rise in 2011.

Looking at the Gold Price Weekly Chart.
Gold price went up from USD 1044 (Feb 2010) to 1431.33 (Dec 2010).
The resistance line indicates that near term key resistance should be around 1550. While key horizontal resistance should be at 1387. That is, if gold price fell through 1387, then the uptrend of gold price could be collapsed.
As mentioned above, we forecast gold price to be rising through 2011, and could enter the 1680 1900 area.

Looking at the Gold Price Quarterly Chart.
Gold price should enter a corrections season in Q1 of 2011, could see a 8% - 10% correction. Gold price could go though another step-by-step rising trend, where Q1 and Q3 could see technical corrections, and Q2 and Q4 would see gold price on a rally.

2b). Fundamentals affecting Gold Price Trend in 2011

Gold price's physical demands would continue to be on an increase as countries such as India and China's economies continue to grow. Domestic demands for gold would see increases. We expect China could further expand its gold exchange business as the investment demand from local Chinese has also been on a rise. And there's also Russia as a key buyer of gold to increase its gold holdings as foreign reserves. However, as China could further increase its interest rates to calm inflation and control growing housing prices, the 2011 GDP growth in China could see a slow down. Thus could cause a slower increase in physical demand for gold, in comparison with 2010.

While European debts problems would keep coming back into the picture, as the problem is still far from being completely resolved. Each time the Euro debts problem creeps into the picture, we could expect the risk appetite for gold to rise again. However, as Euro zone has also kept its key rates at low levels, the EU central banks could begin to lift rates during 2nd half of 2011, this could cause damages to gold price.

After US implemented easing monetary policy, key economic data have shown better signs of US economic recovery. While the US trade deficit, unemployment still remain as weak areas of the overall recovery picture, US Fed's relaxed monetary policy should remain for at least during the 1st half of 2011. USD index should continue to be weak against other major currencies as US Fed intends to keep USD low for sometime to boost its exports. Gold price would remain strong as the US economic recovery process could still undergo some key obstacles. But, as positive signs of recovery could come into the picture during 2nd half of 2011, gold price could see corrections as investors would turn to US stocks for immediate investments returns.

Inflation fear, would be a key factor in 2011 for a strong gold price. Gold price could also be lifted as fear of inflation continue to rise. As emerging countries have forecast their domestic inflation to be rising as a result of higher than expected domestic growth, domestic prices could see further increase. European countries and US, if are viewed as on the road to recovery, inflation pressure could increase. This could give another support for gold price to see more upwards momentum, as a hedge against inflationary pressure.

In Summary:
We forecast gold price to continue to rise in 2011. As long as the demands are still up, gold price should continue to rise in 2011. However, the rate of increase would not be as significant as in 2010. The trend could also be more volatile as gold price had already gone up by over 30% in 2010, and has come up from USD682 (20 Oct 2008) to 1431 (6 Dec 2010) which is a 110% increase in 2 years. We expect a 15% - 25% increase in gold price this year, in step-by-step uptrend, and if technicals hold, gold price could see USD1680-USD1900 per troy ounce in 2011.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Which's Better - Secured or Unsecured Loans After Bankruptcy

After bankruptcy everything is hard. Being emotionally motivated to do anything with your finances, getting credit cards, talking about your situation with people, getting insurance, getting a job, and getting loans are all among the long list of areas where things have changed for you. Doing these things is important though because if you just hide away your life will never really move forward.

At some point in your post bankruptcy life getting a loan will probably come up. So, should you get a secured or unsecured loan after bankruptcy?

Secured financing is when you borrow money, but offer up something as collateral in case you don't make your payments. This collateral is most often real estate (which is the only thing most banks will accept) but using a vehicle for collateral is another popular choice and it's fairly easy to find a lender who will work with this. Slightly harder to find, but still possible, are lenders who are willing to use jewelry or high priced collectibles as collateral. While with a home or vehicle you keep the item in your possession while repaying your loan, with jewelry or collectibles the lender will keep the item in their possession until you've finished making your payments.

If you're looking to rebuild credit, and aren't as interested in actually obtaining financing, you can also do a CD secured loan. The reason this is really only for those looking to solely rebuild credit is that you'll have to have some money prepared to buy a certificate of deposit, so it's not REALLY about borrowing funds. These products are set up specifically for this purpose.

An unsecured bankruptcy loan is where you get financing without any kind of collateral. The lender decides to lend you money based entirely on your credit history and if you fail to make your payments then they can file reports on your credit report and have creditors call you in attempts to get their money back, but they are mostly out of luck. It's for this reason that this type of financing is harder to get approval for when you have a bad credit history, but still not impossible.

Because with secured financing the lender is taking less of a risk they are more likely to work with you, and they give better interest rates. While they would still prefer to not have to repossess collateral, they at least have an option in case you don't make your payments.

The downside for you, the borrower, in the situation where you are offering up collateral is that you are risking losing your property if you can't make your payments. Hopefully this won't be a problem though, it's important to build up a budget and know that you can make your payments on time, both so that you don't have these problems, and so that you can use this as an opportunity to help build up your credit.

If you get a loan and make your payments on time each month then you will have this on your credit report, improving your score, and making getting unsecured financing a much easier task in the future.

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Payday loans -for emergency

Payday loans can be described as a kind of financial aid that is being provided by different financial institutions both on and offline nowadays. It is not possible to get the loan on huge amount or for a long time unlike any other loans.
The purpose of this short and small length loan is to a help a person to re-fund his or her account if it goes down zero before the payday. Payday loans are also known as cash advances but it will be termed as cash advances only when one will get the cash against any pre-arranged line of borrowing money, like credit cards.

Who can get the loans?
Getting payday loans is quite easy and simple than any other financial loans. There are few basic requirements that an applicant has to fulfill to get payday loans from any institution. If the applicant is an adult, that means if he or she is more than 18 years of age, (or can be only 18 as well) is considered eligible to get a payday loan. However, he or she has to show the length of his working days while filling the application form. In the form, he or she must mention the bank account number (the personal one and which is valid) because the amount will get transferred in the account directly. It is very important to mention the information properly while filling the form; else, it may be difficult to get the loan from any institution.

Why pay day loans:
There are a few people, who believe that the process of getting payday loans is quite easier than bank loans. It is true because the build up or the structures of the loans are quite different from bank loans. The basic difference between bank loans and these loans is that they are available in small amounts as well, but a bank will never provide you with a loan of $ 100 or $ 1500. The other important fact is that you don't have to go for any scrutiny check to prove that you have good credit history because the cash loan is available for them as well who have bad credit history. If you apply for bank loan, you won't be able to get it before one or two weeks. However, if you opt for the payday loans it will hardly take an hour or two for the amount to be enchased.