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The Forex Market

I just found something that may interest you if you’re thinking of buying and selling currencies.

The Forex market is a non-stop cash market where currencies of nations are traded, typically via brokers. Foreign currencies are constantly and simultaneously bought and sold across local and global markets and traders’ investments increase or decrease in value based upon currency movements. Foreign exchange market conditions can change at any time in response to real-time events

The investor’s goal in Forex trading is to profit from foreign currency movements. Forex trading or currency trading is always done in currency pairs, which seems to be going under constant change within a certain range for a period of time. It is estimated that anywhere from 70%-90% of the FX market is speculative. In other words, the person or institution that bought or sold the currency has no plan to go by in taking such decision. This is the major reason why people undergo a lot of loss in Forex.  If planned properly then Forex nothing but, a Money Minting Machine.

To invest in such high risk business market, the need and use of professional help comes naturally to mind.The basic business involves only prediction of future prices and a probability of change in the ratio of value of different currencies all over the world. This kind of prediction can be done very difficult for any human being but such calculation are very simple when done on a computer, the only thing needed is an interface/software through which the computer can interact and gives prediction of fall and rise in prices. Forex software of such kind have been under development for a while now and finally eToro is launched. eToro’s is extremely friendly interface which you can monitor, share, and discuss your trading activity while enjoying the latest financial updates and has the latest technology and uses the a highly developed algorithm to track and assist in price management. This easy to use platform allows you to use real or virtual money to execute real-time trades with a click of a button.  What’s more the software is available for Free Download too so try it and judge it for yourself.

June 21st, 2008 Posted by | Business | no comments

Obama Made It

I’m just thrilled. 

Between you and me, since Bush senior – skip a president – then Bush junior, I looked at Americans as a whole to be a bunch of red-necked yahoos.  You know the kind – hillbillies.  Oh there were exceptions but, if you were to believe the right-wing holier-than-thou group, the TV shows, the movies, and the news channels, it’s OK to carry guns, shoot first, ask questions later.  Just make sure you’re in church every Sunday and you read that Bible every night.  Hypocrites.  It isn’t by chance there’s a Bible in every hotel and motel in the country.  Why?  Why not a book of poetry or Buddhist chants?

Since Bush II, I had completely written off our neighbour.  I’ve not been back for a vacation since then.  In my opinion, that government is comprised of nothing but a set of murderers and thieves.  They will never pay for their crimes either, you can bet.  About that deck of cards they gloated over? I have my own set I’d like to pass out.

And then, along came Obama.

What a breath of fresh air.  Perhaps because he’d been exposed to another culture.  Perhaps because he’s not a washed-down version of a person of colour – his father was a real Kenyan and his mother was a real white Kansan.  Therefore he hasn’t that chip on his shoulders that so many people of colour have.  He also doesn’t have that weird “black” accent that so many have, either.  In fact, his “blackness” is a non-issue.   What a honey. 

Don’t get me wrong, I like Hillary, but we all know Hillary.  She’s not an unknown.  She’s a Clinton, after all.  She’s extremely capable, extremely smart and a real hard worker but, she’s not a breath of fresh air. 

Now, on the the White House, Barak Obama! 

I’m already planning my next winter vacation.

June 8th, 2008 Posted by | Personal Opinions, politics | no comments