Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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Q & A: Why is it that in forex trading spread is high at the final event on the weekend?

Posted: 19 Mar 2013 11:18 AM PDT

question KJHaroon Basha : Why is the foreign exchange spread is at the final event on the weekend high
Spreading habit is my broker for EUR / USD pair 0.5 PIP, but this weekend Friday closing spread shows nearly 3 PIP.Meilleure Answer:
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Inspector budget
regular dealer for the weekend leave, so that you can use wildcards (or stub quotes) to see there placed by a dealer in hope someone has a market order by erreur . no I Comme with FX, I can not ensure that say this is a good answer. You might want to ask your broker.


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Learn to Trade – Trading 101 – START AT 19:30 – What you need to know

Posted: 19 Mar 2013 11:14 AM PDT


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Posted: 19 Mar 2013 07:59 AM PDT

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How can I prepare for my students?

Posted: 19 Mar 2013 07:37 AM PDT

question Bright Future : How can I prepare for my student exchange
Soooo, I was a foreign student in Japan in the coming school year, and I’m really nervous! I’m like, super excited, because I will not be the only child at home, but I’m afraid he might not like me. ? O_O Is there something I need to do to me / prepare the house of his arrival Best Answer:
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XCRunner13
It’s very exciting, congratulations! So if it happens, it is important to him feel good to try with your family, to learn common phrases in Japanese. Note, however, that the idea of ​​studying abroad for them to learn English, to study how they hear abroad. Give them a few days of rest, as many of these types of trips are very long and cause a lot of fatigue. Show them to your community and visit popular places. It is a very exciting and wonderful experience in which you learn a lot about their culture!


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Posted: 19 Mar 2013 07:33 AM PDT

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Cool pics Futures Trading

Posted: 19 Mar 2013 03:31 AM PDT

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Is there anything to learn before starting forex trading for success? Or it is completely dependent on his fate?

Posted: 19 Mar 2013 03:24 AM PDT

question Geeta g : Is there anything to learn before starting forex trading for success? Or it is completely dependent on his fate?
Is there anything to learn before starting forex trading for success? ? Or it will depend entirely on his fate Best Answer:
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Want to know the secret to making a small fortune? Start with a large fortune, and currency exchange.


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Posted: 19 Mar 2013 03:22 AM PDT

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Professor AWH (Bill) Phillips with Phillip machine c1958-67

Posted: 18 Mar 2013 11:36 PM PDT

Some nice pictures

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Professor AWH (Bill) Phillips with Phillip machine c1958-67
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Extracts from ‘The Phillips Machine Project by Nicholas Bar, LSE Magazine, June 1988, NO75, p.3A.W. Phillips’ Bill’ H. is known worldwide. Author of the Phillips curve is less well known is the remarkable man he was personally and his extraordinary journey into the academic scene, what may be called the machine Phillips.Une electrician training in his native New Zealand in 1930, he caught the travel bug and took a job as an engineer in the Australian outback, where he also earned money by a cinema and hunting crocodiles. Sometimes in London in 1938 by Trans-Siberian and the RAF joined at the beginning of the war. He was captured in Java and spent most of the war in a Japanese camp for prisoners of war, where he learned Chinese and Russian from fellow prisoners. Back in England he a BSc (Econ) increased from 1946 to 1949, majoring in sociology. has developed a keen interest in the business … and like many of his generation, was very taken Keynesian theory. Though intrigued, he found the Keynesian model hard. With Walter Newlyn (Contemporary students and professor of economics at the University of Leeds) for help with the economic theory, he fell back on his training engineer. Seeing that the money from water tanks and cash flows could by circulating presented to the water pipes are plastique.Grâce a grant of £ 100 (obtained with the help of Newlyn) He spent the summer of 1949 in a garage in Croydon ‘living on air’ as James Meade was later to say, on a hydraulic model representation keynésien.Dans machine he built the circular economy returns were by water pumped to a series of plastic tubes, with outflows what savings, taxes and imports, and inflows representing investment, government spending and exports represented. The model had three tanks, the amount of money, one for transaction balances and credit for Sterling abroad. The whole system determined the level of income, interest rates, import, export and exchange with an accuracy (astonishing at that time) by more than two percent. temporal evolution of income and other variables was attributed by plotter pens, the quantitative impact of the analysis économique.La political machine, in the jargon, was a hydraulic representation of an open economy IS-LM model with an explicit underlying dynamics. This was very Heath Robinson prototype which with the enthusiastic support of James Meade (then Professor of Business Administration at the school) showed Phillips Lionel Robbins seminar in November 1949. participants were astonished this great m (7 m high x 5 m wide x 3 feet deep) ‘thing’ in the middle of the room. Phillips, chain smoking, came and went in the explain stretched heavy New Zealand, in the process of giving one of the best lectures on Keynes that anyone in the audience had heard n ever. then he changed the machine. And worked! According to Mr. Robbins memories, “it was income share in consumption and saving … Keynes and Robertson have never played if they had “Phillips Machine before them … Phillips was lecturer in economics in 1950, Lecturer in 1951 was appointed Reader in 1954 and Professor Tooke of Economics and Statistics in 1958 (Year Phillips Curve paper was published). He was appointed professor at the Australian National University in 1967, after suffering a massive stroke, retired to Auckland in 1970, where he spent five years later, aged 60, died mourned by many friends for personal use, both for reasons professionnelles.Référence: Image Library / 6URL persistent: archives.lse.ac.uk / dserve.exe dsqServer 4.lse.ac.uk = lib & a …

Penzance HDR April 2011
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From Wikipedia, can testify to the Bronze and Iron Age settlements, to iron Penzance in a number of locations, including be Lescudjack Castle, an Iron Age settlement in the present parish of Penzance found. [Edit] Middle Ages Proof historical settlement from this period are found in the St Clare area of ​​the city where a chapel as Saint-Antoine St. Clare or Cleer was dedicated. Received during the period before Penzance town status in 1614, the village and the surrounding area came under the control of the Manor of Alverton and was subject to the taxation of the mansion. Although the first historical mention of Penzance (as a place of landing the fish) was in 1322 in local manorial records, [4], the city had until 17 Century, surrounded by its neighboring overshadowed Marazion. (Marazion was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1088 and is the oldest city law in the UK, having achieved this status by King Henry III in 1257.) In medieval times and later, Penzance subjected to frequent raids by “Turkish pirates”, in the Indeed, Barbary pirates. [5] [edit] Early Modern [edit] Tudor period in the summer of 1578 Penzance was visited by the plague. The burial registers of Madron (where were all Penzance births, deaths and marriages recorded) shows a massive increase in the number of deaths in 1578, 12 last year to 155th This is estimated at about 10% of the population of the village at the time. The plague also returned in 1647 and records again show an increase of 22 burials to 217 in one year. [6] As in the far west of Cornwall, Penzance and the surrounding villages have been often looted by foreign fleets. 23rd July 1595 [7]. Several years after the Spanish Armada in 1588, a Spanish force under Don Carlos Amesquita who had patrolled the channel landed troops in Cornwall Amesquita seized power supplies, raided and burned Penzance and surrounding villages, held a mass, and sailed before confronted. [8] [edit] Penzance as a town since 1614 because of the relative success in Penzance probably the 15th, 16th and 17 to Henry IV of England, the city granted a royal market. [9] later Henry VIII granted the right to charge port charges, [10] and King James I, has the status of a district. During the English Civil War Penzance forces of the parliament of Sir Thomas Fairfax was apparently for the kindness shown to dismiss Lord Goring and Lord Hopton troops during the conflict. [11] Penzance Borough Council has several large projects, including the construction of the house on the market (the home of the Corn Exchange and Town Hall was at the time), and the port carried out, first pier was built in 1512. [12] The southern arm of the pier was built in 1766 and in 1785. [13] Civic improvements in this period of construction in 1759 are from a reservoir that supplied water to public pumps in the streets. [14] Penzance has a long association with the local parish of Madron. Madron Church was in fact the center of most religious activity in the city until 1871 [15], when the Church of St. Mary (before that time, a chapel of ease) was granted parish status ecclesiastical authorities. [Edit] 1755 tsunami On 1 November 1755, the Lisbon earthquake hit a tsunami the Cornish coast, over 1,000 miles (1,600 km) from the epicenter. Around 14:00 in the afternoon, the sea level rose eight feet in Penzance, came at a high speed, and ebbed at the same rate. Minor damage was recorded. [16]

restored Phillips Machine, 1993
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Extracts from ‘The Phillips Machine Project by Nicholas Bar, LSE Magazine, June 1988, NO75, p.3A.W. Phillips’ Bill’ H. is known worldwide. Author of the Phillips curve is less well known is the remarkable man he was personally and his extraordinary journey into the academic scene, what may be called the machine Phillips.Une electrician training in his native New Zealand in 1930, he caught the travel bug and took a job as an engineer in the Australian outback, where he also earned money by a cinema and hunting crocodiles. Sometimes in London in 1938 by Trans-Siberian and the RAF joined at the beginning of the war. He was captured in Java and spent most of the war in a Japanese camp for prisoners of war, where he learned Chinese and Russian from fellow prisoners. Back in England he a BSc (Econ) increased from 1946 to 1949, majoring in sociology. has developed a keen interest in the business … and like many of his generation, was very taken Keynesian theory. Though intrigued, he found the Keynesian model hard. With Walter Newlyn (Contemporary students and professor of economics at the University of Leeds) for help with the economic theory, he fell back on his training engineer. Seeing that the money from water tanks and cash flows could by circulating presented to the water pipes are plastique.Grâce a grant of £ 100 (obtained with the help of Newlyn) He spent the summer of 1949 in a garage in Croydon ‘living on air’ as James Meade was later to say, on a hydraulic model representation keynésien.Dans machine he built the circular economy returns were by water pumped to a series of plastic tubes, with outflows what savings, taxes and imports, and inflows representing investment, government spending and exports represented. The model had three tanks, the amount of money, one for transaction balances and credit for Sterling abroad. The whole system determined the level of income, interest rates, import, export and exchange with an accuracy (astonishing at that time) by more than two percent. temporal evolution of income and other variables was attributed by plotter pens, the quantitative impact of the analysis économique.La political machine, in the jargon, was a hydraulic representation of an open economy IS-LM model with an explicit underlying dynamics. This was very Heath Robinson prototype which with the enthusiastic support of James Meade (then Professor of Business Administration at the school) showed Phillips Lionel Robbins seminar in November 1949. participants were astonished this great m (7 m high x 5 m wide x 3 feet deep) ‘thing’ in the middle of the room. Phillips, chain smoking, came and went in the explain stretched heavy New Zealand, in the process of giving one of the best lectures on Keynes that anyone in the audience had heard n ever. then he changed the machine. And worked! According to Mr. Robbins memories, “it was income share in consumption and saving … Keynes and Robertson have never played if they had “Phillips Machine before them … Phillips was lecturer in economics in 1950, Lecturer in 1951 was appointed Reader in 1954 and Professor Tooke of Economics and Statistics in 1958 (Year Phillips Curve paper was published). He was appointed professor at the Australian National University in 1967, after suffering a massive stroke, retired to Auckland in 1970, where he spent five years later, aged 60, died mourned by many friends for personal use, both for reasons professionnelles.IMAGELIBRARY/442URL persistent: archives.lse.ac.uk / dserve exe dsqServer 4.lse.ac.uk = lib & a …

What is the best Forex robot on the market and does it work?

Posted: 18 Mar 2013 11:34 PM PDT

question : What is the best Forex robot on the market and it works
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