There are various ways of checking the time of the day but the conventional way of looking at your wrist watch to tell the time is stylish and very much in vogue, even today. There are numerous watches that are available in the world, ranging from Apple styles to diving or military styles. It is better to buy a watch that would suit your personality and especially your wrist. Finding a wrist watch that you want to invest in for a long term basis is not as easy as you think. Like a clothing item, the fit of the watch on your wrist is of paramount importance and it is essential that the watch should look smart on your hand.
The History behind the Wrist Watch
The need for a wrist watch was first felt during the First World War period when soldiers got tired of taking out their pocket watches or fishing for them. Some of the smart soldiers started wearing their pocket watches around their wrists in the shape of a bracelet. Earlier, a watch that was worn as a bracelet was considered primarily as fashion among women. As the time went by, though the concept of a wrist watch was considered a sillier trend, it, however, became a norm and its practicality finally made the pocket watches into an obsolete phenomena. Wrist watches were first used by the military personnel so that they could synchronise their manoeuvres during war routines. Since the First World War, specialised watches are in use even in the ocean depths by divers and up in the skies by aviators.
Today, a wristwatch is not only considered a timepiece that could be presented as a quintessential gift but it is also regarded as a quintessential heirloom.
Why is it important for you to wear a wrist watch?
A wrist watch has many functions to serve even if you have your phone for a swift time check. To begin with, a wrist watch is convenient. It is not your cell phone that keeps you punctual; it is the watch. Scientists are questioning the wisdom behind using a cell phone to check the time of the day. When you fish for your cell phone regularly just to check what time it is, you project a look of desperation to others. A swift glance towards your wrist watch is a classier way to keep a tab on the time during a meeting or a date. It would also look rude to your friends or companions if you keep pulling out your phone when you are in the midst of a conversation with them. A wrist watch is a convenient and a much more subtle means of checking time when you are at a funeral or at a wedding.
A wrist watch has an advantage over your smart phone. You can operate it much longer when you are moving out. Today, wrist watches are being designed to be self-powered through motion or they would be using only a small energy amount with the help of a battery cell. In comparison, the smart phone could give you time for just eight or ten hours before it has to be recharged.
A wrist watch is a representation of your personality and your style. More often than not, a wrist watch attracts attention than any other item that you may have in your wardrobe. When a person gets married, he is found with three most important accessories that decorate his hand – they are his wrist watch, a pair of cuff links and a stylish wedding band. A wrist watch will make it easy for you to project your stylish sense. It is a means of self-expression for you. It would reflect a hint of adventure, sports or danger, based on the design and the manufacture of a particular watch. A wrist watch communicates about the personality of the person wearing it. If boys look at their smart phones regularly to check time, men will look at their Rolex wrist watches. A quality wrist watch could be regarded as a man’s equivalent to an engagement ring.
A wrist watch also embodies craftsmanship. It is much more than a mere time keeper. It has become a symbol of history and also tradition that can be displayed as a showpiece. Most men do not even realise that they may be wearing art pieces on their very wrists. Some of the watch manufacturing houses have even more than three craftsmen who work on a single watch for many months on end. They design and craft complex items of technology with just their hands.
Selecting a watch that fits your wrist perfectly
How do you find a wrist watch that stands out from the rest? Before you select a wrist watch, you have to pay proper attention on the proportion and the wrist size. A watch has to project a natural balance. We learn to lean towards the right proportions by instinct. This happens when we build houses or balance our checkbooks. If you have small wrist, then a smaller watch would suit you.
There are six elements that you should be concentrating on when you want to buy a wrist watch. These are the case diameter, material, width, thickness, components and details.
The case diameter of a wrist watch is the distinct noticeable proportion element. Men’s wrist watches range anywhere from 38mm to 46mm; anything above this range may look too large and could be worn only on flashy outfits. Before you buy a watch, it is wiser to measure your wrist. The thickness of the watch’s case will be nicely balanced if you select the right case diameter. A watch that is well proportioned generally has a band width of about half its case diameter. Leather bands will give your wrist watch a slimmer look; a metal watch band tends to appear heavier and larger because of the metal’s nature. This is a very important consideration when you have wrists that are small.
Morocco is a fascinating place. It is known for its world famous cuisine and the Berberian culture. The markets are mostly open-air and spread all over the country with wares like leather, jewelry and carpets. The Moroccan leather is considered to be the softest in the world. The country has an oriental touch to it. Morocco is located on the Atlantic coast of the African continent and is situated northwest of the famous Sahara Desert. Morocco is blessed with excellent surfing weather conditions. The coastline has hot winds coming out from the desert. Surfing at this place is comfortable for both the beginners as well as the experienced surfers.
The surf camps Morocco are totally mobile. Classes are held at different beaches based on the surf conditions for that particular day. The surfing camps in Morocco are known as `Surfaris’. The biggest surf camp is usually set up in the calm surfing village of Tamraght which is fifteen kilometers north of Agadir and four kilometers south of Taghazoute at the Atlantic coast. The surfers will experience calm and relaxing conditions. This area has a micro climate which means that it rarely rains here and the average day temperatures are around twenty degrees Celsius in winter and around twenty eight degrees Celsius in summer.
The prices at the surf camps Morocco are fifty five Euros per day/night for standard accommodation and sixty four Euros per day/night for upgraded accommodation. If you want to take the Surfari package for a fortnight, it will cost you seven hundred and forty Euros for standard accommodation.
Surf Maroc is Morocco’s largest surf camp. It has been there for over a decade now. It is at Taghazoute. Surf Berbere, another camp near Taghazoute, offers good surfing packages in the little surf towns and you get to surf with some of the cleanest, longest and least crowded rides that can be found in Morocco.
These beaches are just four and a half hours away from London and people prefer coming to Morocco to surf all the way from England.
People love to sharpen their surfing skills here in the surf camps. There is invariably a reliable swell throughout the year. In winter, the beach break is about five meters while in summer, it is about three meters.
The surf camps are managed by qualified trainers. You can have your own individual plan and discuss your personal objectives with the instructors. The training does not focus merely on the practical lessons. You will also learn about the ocean and how to tackle winds, currents and tides. You will learn to select the right wave to surf on. You can move on to the practical lessons once the basics have been learnt.
Beginners are given more time on the basics and how to mount the board and paddle. They are then taught how to proceed with elementary surfing actions, control of the surfing board and reading of the waves. The lessons last for about three hours per day and there is free time to practice and chill out on the beaches. If you want to focus more on learning surfing skills, even two lessons per day can be accommodated by the instructors at the surfing camps in Morocco.
Mohinder Amarnath Bhardwaj, the son of the legendary Nanik Amarnath Bhardwaj (Lala Amarnath), was born on 24th September 1950 at Patiala, Punjab. In his earlier days, he played for Baroda in the Ranji Trophy. He was a right hand bat and a right arm medium pace bowler. He was a good slip and close-in fielder. He is known in the cricketing world as `Jimmy’.
Mohinder Amarnath made his test debut against Australia at Madras on 24th December 1969. He played his last test match against the West Indies also at Madras on 15th January 1988. He made his one day debut against England at Lord’s on 7th June 1975 and played his last one day match against the West Indies on 30th October 1989.
After his debut series in 1969, he was made to wait for six years to make it back into the team. He was taken as a bowling all rounder though he was a top order one down batsman. Mohinder Amarnath has been described as the personification of gumption, guts and grit. His career had a big span of two decades. He was also known as the master of comeback. When he started his career, his technique was suspect against short pitched fast bowling but when he retired, he was one of the bravest and finest players of pace. He was very effective with the old ball, cutting and swinging it with good control and skill.
Mohinder Amarnath played 69 tests scoring 4,378 runs with eleven centuries and twenty four half centuries and picked up thirty two wickets. He played 85 one day matches scoring 1,924 runs with a highest of 102 not out and claimed forty six wickets. He was the first batsman in the history of one day cricket to be declared out handling the ball.
His best season was 1982-1983 when he came back into the side after a gap of three years and compiled 1,182 runs that season with five centuries on the overseas tours to West Indies and Pakistan. He had a grand culmination of the season by picking up the man of the match awards back to back in both the semi final and the final of the 1983 Prudential World Cup held in England.
Mohinder Amarnath is currently a cricket analyst. His brother, Surinder Amarnath, was also a stylish left hand test batsman who impressed everyone in his short and sweet career. He did not have such an extensive stint as his illustrious brother `Jimmy’. Another brother, Rajinder Amarnath, is also a former first class cricket player and a current cricket coach. The entire Bhardwaj family served Indian cricket selflessly for over six decades. No praise is less as a tribute to this glorious family.
Mohinder Amarnath will be remembered as a batsman who did not flinch or shy away from the fire. Both Malcolm Marshall and Imran Khan have lauded his batting prowess, ability and courage to bear express pace and sustain injuries. Sunil Gavaskar, in his book `Idols’, has praised him as one of the finest batsmen in the world. He made his debut century at the Western Australian Cricket Association Ground at Perth in Australia on a track that was notorious as the bounciest and the fastest wicket in the world. He got that century against Jeff Thomson, `Thommo’, who was bowling at his fastest, close to a hundred miles an hour.
It was not only the motivational inspiration and the force of Kapil Dev Nikhanj as a player but the superb all round display by the greatest player of the Prudential World Cup, Mohinder Amarnath, that made India create history at the Lord’s Cricket Ground on that fateful day in June 1983. His twenty six runs and a bowling analysis of 7-0-12-3 was enough to bring every Indian out of his house in jubilant celebration of one of India’s greatest triumphs in the field of cricket. Sir Vivian Richards has hailed `Jimmy’ as “one of the nicest men to have ever played the game”.
Consumption refers to the utilization of goods by a consumer in economic theory. There is a definite influence of self discovery on consumption. What we end up buying is dependent to a large extent on what we think ourselves to be. It depends on whether we harbour a positive or a negative attitude to life. It also depends on whether we are introverts or extroverts.
Self discovery, for most of us, is part of a daily learning experience. We learn about who we are when we select certain paths in life and the choices that we make. We learn from the relationships that we have with people around us. We learn from our highs and we learn from our lows, our success and failures. We learn about ourselves through our feelings and the response that we get from those around us. We learn from the way that we react to the situations that we face in our lives.
We are also very much interested in knowing how we look in the mirror, what others talk about us. We are also making a daily assessment of how we are improving with some extra ordinary skills that we possess.
A lot of research has gone into the way we think about ourselves. The marketing departments in organizations are always busy designing such products and services that are focused at making customers realize their self before they make the buying decisions. For example, when a lady realizes that her figure is shapely and not flabby, she will always rush to buy clothes that will complement the contours of her body.
Sometimes, the need to know more about the self may have undesirable effects on the consumption patterns. People realize that sometimes what they think they like is actually based on peer pressure rather than their actual like or dislike. Sometimes, people think they know themselves but actually feel that their true selves are much different than how they behave outwardly in society. People living in a material world with explosive consumerist tendencies believe that when they buy a lot of things, they will be able to buy happiness and satisfaction too. Statistics and research have proved that this may not be always true.
Individuals working in an organization are always keen on taking a feedback from their higher in command. When people are dependent on others’ reactions to them, they become inter-dependents. These inter-dependents will definitely explore their selves and take those results and use them in their future choices and their lifestyle patterns.
There are so many cultural factors that fall on the path to self discovery. They are language, religion, art, music, technology, laws, knowledge, culture, customs, beliefs, food habits, dress codes and work patterns. The reasons that a person gives when justifying evaluation of different brands in a product range are wholly dependent on his cultural preferences. For example, if the wallet is not a consideration, an Englishman may patronize a Jaguar, a Swede may patronize a Volvo and a German would patronize a Daimler Mercedes Benz.
Apart from regional preferences, customs and beliefs also play an important part in consumption behaviour theories. Culture is also deeply embedded in our subconscious minds. Each person sees the world through his cultural eyeglasses. It is culture that influences us to take cornflakes and juice for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch or champagne at a wedding. This factor also influences the way we dress. At some places, people will consider an air conditioner or a microwave oven as a necessity in life and not a luxury while at other regions and in other cultures, it will be quite the opposite. Formal learning, informal learning and technical learning will all combine to shape our self discovery techniques and these, in turn, will influence our consumption behaviour patterns.
People have been struggling for ages to find out ways to defy their process of aging. Research has been done in the recent years to help people retard their genetic clocks.
Scientists have done much work recently with the stem cells and how they can be manipulated to revitalize the aging cells in the body. There are trillions of cells that are in the process of regeneration from the time we are born and until the day we die. As we enter the middle age and cross over into our forties, the same process of the cells slows down and gradually ceases the divisions.
Dr. Leonard Hayflick observed, in the nineteen sixties, that human fibroblasts (cells in tissue culture) would ultimately cease dividing themselves after perhaps fifty sequences. With this study done by Hayflick, the term,`biological clock’ or `genetic clock’ started being used fashionably among people. The latest theory that holds well is the telomere shortening one. The telomere is a small stretch of protein caps at the end of the cell’s DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid). The theory explains that every time a cell divides itself, a small part of the DNA is stripped off the telomere, making it shorter. This shortening affects the expression of the gene. The result is cellular aging.
Is there anything that you can do about the telomeres? No! But there is something that you can do that can put the brakes on the aging process. It is the way you lead your life that determines how you will go on to live.
What is an ideal lifestyle to prolong your years? It involves how you cope with stress, the kinds of exercises you do, the methods of relaxation you adopt and the amount of sleep you get. Exercising is one of the best ways to slow down your aging process. Diet is the key aspect in staying healthy. Eating habits can slow down the aging process too.
You have to eat a low glycemic diet. You can make sure that your diet includes fresh vegetables and fruits as they are rich in fiber. You can take in supplements like vitamins and minerals. Nutrients that prevent the telomere shortening are folic acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, zinc and magnesium. Other nutritional supplements that are beneficial for you are the Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. The higher the levels of Vitamin D in your body, the longer are the telomere caps. Polyphenols and flavonoids prevent telomere shortening and you get them from grape seed and green tea. The fluid intake should be adequate during the day to make sure that your kidneys function properly and your skin remains radiant.
Not many people know that stress can speed up the process of aging. The best ways to bust the stress is to indulge in leisure activities after a hard day’s work. Spend leisure time in such a way that it gives you pleasure. A happy frame of mind makes you look many years younger in age.
Transdermal is an administration route for drugs wherein active ingredients are transmitted across the skin for systemic distribution. Examples are patches that are used for medical delivery and implants that are used for medical purposes.
The skin is a large target for drug delivery and its basic functions limit its utility for this kind of purpose. The functions of skin are mainly to protect the body from external invasion such as harmful substances and microorganisms. Its other function is to contain all fluids in the body. The skin has to be tough and flexible enough to allow for movement. The lipids in the skin will serve as poor conductors of electricity and they can protect us from electrical currents if needed.
The two important layers to our skin are the epidermis and the dermis. For transdermal delivery, the drugs have to pass through two sub-layers of the epidermis to reach the microcirculation of the dermis. Stratum corneum is the top layer of the skin and it varies in thickness from ten to several hundred micrometres based on the body region. It is composed of layers of dead and flattened keratinocytes that are surrounded by a lipid matrix that act as a brick and mortar system and it is tough to penetrate. This layer offers a significant barrier to diffusion. It is barrier to almost 90% of all transdermal drug applications.
All molecules penetrate this layer to some degree. Below this layer is the epidermis. It is about ten times as thick as the stratum corneum. Diffusion is much faster due to the degree of hydration in the living cells of the epidermis. Below it is the dermis which is one millimeter thick and that is hundred times the thickness of stratum corneum. The dermis contains vessels that distribute drugs into the systemic circulation and regulate temperature to maintain microcirculation.
There are two major pathways through which drugs can cross your skin and each the systemic circulation. The direct route is known as the transcellular pathway. With this route, drugs will cross the skin by passing directly through the phospholipids membranes and the cytoplasm of the dead keratinocytes that make up the stratum corneum. Though this is the track of shortest distance, the drugs will experience considerable resistance to permeation. It is because they have to cross the lipophilic membrane of every cell and the hydrophilic cellular contents that contain keratin and then they have to cross the phospholipids bi-layer of the cells again. This chain of steps has to be repeated several times to travel the full thickness of the stratum corneum.
Another common pathway through the skin is the intercellular route. Drugs that cross the skin through this route have to pass through the small spaces between the skin cells, making the route a laborious one. The twenty-fold increase in the actual path of permeation of molecules reduces the rate of the penetration of the drugs.
A third pathway to breach the stratum corneum is through the small micro-channels that are created by a medical micro-needling device. It comes in many variants and brands. A standard Franz diffusion cell was used at the University of Marburg in Germany to show that this approach is effective in enhancing skin penetration ability for lipophilic and hydrophilic compounds. This micro-needling approach is considered as the vaccine of the future.
The devices and formulations for transdermally administered drugs include transdermal patch and transdermal gel.
Forex scalping is quick trading. It is a strategy where traders will allow their positions to last only for a matter of seconds or maybe a minute and seldom longer than that. If it goes beyond a couple of minutes, it will be considered as regular trading and not scalping.
The main purpose of forex scalping is to make small gains on a trading account when it is exposed to a limited risk due to the speed of the opening and the closing trading mode.
Forex scalping may sound easy enough as it deals in the identification of lots of small price fluctuations that are as small as a few points on each trade. The reality of the situation is that it is quite difficult, posing a whole range of problems.
Many forex brokers are not happy about the customers placing many short term trades as it creates problems and it is not very profitable for them. They try to increase their spreads to try and put people off forex scalping by giving them a friendly warning not to make it into a habit. Here, the worst possibility will be that they will cancel your account and return your funds to you. Finding brokers that will allow you to scalp frequently is a problem.
The next problem is dealing with their spreads. For example, if your broker has a spread of two or three points on the Euro/USD pair, then a possible profit target of four or five points will not be enough to give you any decent gains because the spread is going to eat into your earnings in the longer period.
If you want to become a short term forex trader and indulge in forex scalping with good profits, you have to not only find a broker that will give you the scalping facility but you will also have to come with a strategy where your system will provide enough gain points to take care of the spread. This is not going to be easy as the price fluctuations can be random besides being totally unpredictable over short term periods even if you gauge with the standard technical pointers. This is not to say that it is impossible to make good money scalping. It is possible to get good returns on the one minute chart and pick up maybe ten points from each trade if we are lucky. Yet, it is only a small percentage of people who succeed on a regular basis. People tend to prefer the four hour and daily charts because the technical analysis may come in handy there and is likely to be more up to snuff in the longer time periods.
Another downside to forex scalping is that it can create lot of stress. As there is a chance of making a good amount of money in a matter of seconds, there is also a big chance that you can lose a whole lot of money too. It can become frustrating at times.
To become experts in the forex scalping market, you have to maintain a flow of market liquidity. For this, you have to increase your knowledge of the negotiations and the actual market situation. You have to develop an ability to collect information and absorb it faster. Understanding the patterns of the currency pair can help you get considerable gains in a long run when you make such speedy trades without the element of risk and insecurities that are usually associated with large currency trading time frames.
People have to realize that the hands-free caution approach while driving is meant for their mobile phones and not for their steering wheels. They are asking for disaster by texting while in the process of driving. It is necessary for us to focus our attention on safer driving. Other areas that we need to focus our attention on are the insufficient number of pedestrian crossings that forces people to jaywalk.
We can put an end to the countless number of road deaths due to the indifference of reckless drivers who have a habit of distracting themselves with their phones while driving. Corporate companies, parents and road traffic authorities probably have to do a lot more to stress the importance of motorists, giving their full attention on the roads while driving.
Change has to take place at the base levels. Any number of publications and safety warnings are not making a big difference in the driving habits of people. Safe driving is a habit that has to be cultivated over a period of time. It is not enough to broadcast awareness programs every now and then. These campaigns have to be done on an ongoing basis at educational institutions and community forums. Children should pick up good driving habits from their parents when they come of age. Offenders have to be seriously dealt with through harsh penalties. Community services and licence suspensions will also help. Only then, we can make our roads safer for everyone.
Community services tend to speak up about the issue of texting and using phones while driving only when there is a loss of life. There is a ban on the use of cell phones without the hands-free mechanisms while driving in most countries and those violating such rules are liable to be punished. But, despite such stringent laws, there are many motorists who don’t give a damn about the safety of people and themselves.
To maintain a successful trading strategy, many people are searching for forex strategies that work. They are scraping through this trading system or that trading strategy to settle down in the forex market to trade effectively. It is easy to know how to read a chart but learning how to read all the indicators and knowing when to enter into a trade or when to exit is difficult. It is not easy since you will be worried about how hard it was for you to get the money to invest in the first place in the forex market. Once you have selected what markets you want to enter and what strategies you would like to use, you will then start getting nervous in your belly when you actually enter the trades. The most important thing is that you have to keep your emotions in check.
Finding good forex strategies that work is like finding a golden egg. Any strategy that you want to adopt has to be effective and has to stay effective over a long period of time. A broker can always help you here. He or she will be able to turn you in the right direction to find the answers you are looking for. The forex strategies that work are leveraging, scalping and breakout.
Leveraging is one of the Forex Strategies that work
Leveraging is one forex strategy that you should use with utmost care. It involves using money over and above what you have invested to realize a much larger profit margin than you would have got with your initial capital. Sometimes, you can lose your entire investment fund using this strategy if you are not careful.
Margin and leverage are essential concepts that every beginner in forex trade must understand in order to be effective. Leverage gives you access to a large sum of money with only a small deposit on your part initially. Leverages are shown as a ratio. A 100:1 leverage will give you access to hundred times more money than you put in at the beginning. Leverage is surely one of the most important forex strategies that work.
Scalping is among Forex Strategies that work
Forex scalping is a good strategy to use when the market is very unstable. This strategy involves entering into a trade and then getting out within a short period of time as soon as you show a profit within a span of maybe fifteen minutes at the most. Sometimes, using this strategy can bring you profit in just a few minutes as opposed to staying in the market for many days at a time.
Forex scalping is one of the most used forex strategies that work where trading is done in shorter time frames and profits are earned after smaller moves in the market. The more liquidity in a market then the more worthwhile it is to become a forex scalper as you can make more lucrative trades in a given short period.
Forex Breakout Strategy is one of the most effective Forex Strategies that work
If used properly, this strategy can bring about some excellent profits. It involves tracking the actions over a period of time and then finding those actions that have the same basic pattern and which are overdue to break out of this pattern.
There are three main Forex Breakout Strategy Patterns. They are the Trend Channel Breakout Pattern, the Flag Breakout Pattern and the Triangle Breakout Pattern.
In a triangle pattern, it is easy to detect after the price breaks one of the triangle sides with a heavy probability that the price will continue in that direction. The flag pattern contains support and resistance levels and when price breaks one of them, a trend is formed in that direction. Trend channel pattern is a very profitable setup for a trader. It means that the market is moving within a defined range of price. The two peaks of the channels have to be defined. You have a much greater potential profit target when this happens, making the breakout strategy one of the best forex strategies that work.
Akira Kurosawa directed a masterpiece in 1954 when he made the `Seven Samurai’. It is a film that has influenced several others for more than four decades. It has inspired films like 'The Magnificent Seven' and Hindi blockbusters like `Sholay' and `China Gate'. Many filmmakers use this as a study film.
Kurosawa mesmerises and tells a great story. It is about 205 minutes long and each frame is a worthwhile one. It offers a master lesson in how to pace an epic tale.
The story takes place in a sixteenth century village in Japan that is regularly attacked by bandits. The Samurai are hired by the village elders to shield them against the bandits. The visuals are excellent, especially the one scene focusing on a bowl of rice and rice dumplings to drive home the importance of a bowl of rice that was acknowledged by the Samurai. This was their price for the battle they were going to wage. The Samurai come off as a selfless lot who sacrifice themselves for the cause of the farmers. The final scenes shot in the rain are superlative.
The film won a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1954. It deserved much more than this. Kurosawa made four Samurai classics - The Seven Samurai, the Hidden Fortress, Yojimbo and Sanjuro. The other masterpiece that he has directed is `Rashomon'.
The music by Fumio Hayasaka is haunting and outstanding. It is a superb and distinct score. This film is cinematic perfection and one of the best films ever made. It was voted by `Sight and Sound' as one of the ten greatest films of all time.
Many forex traders use a forex scalping strategy for taking in small profits after taking advantage of the momentum and the retracement in the prices of currency pairs. The real key to the technique is maintaining proper capital management and good discipline.
Forex scalping is one of the most frequently used and popular forex trading practices in use today. While using a scalping strategy, the traders have to call for closing the trade within five minutes or at a five-pip profit.
There are various forex scalping techniques that can be adopted. The common ones are:
USING CHARTS AS A SCALPING STRATEGY
Charts will be your best friends when it comes to various scalping techniques. This is mainly because charts are based on the action at the market that involves currency prices. There are many different kinds of charts.
• Bar Charts – These charts show rates for each time unit that is selected. They show four different rates indicating opening, high, low and closing periods.
• Candlestick Charts – The units that are represented are similar to the bar charts and the rates also represent the same periods as the bar charts. The length of the candlestick shows the range between the opening and the closing.
• Figure Charts – These types of charts are good to filter non-significant price movements to help the trader in determining the important resistance and support levels. They are focused on the price without the time specifications.
• Line Charts – They are the simplest form of charts representing in each time unit the closing rates by creating a linear line. They are good tools to set up resistance and support levels.
Forex scalping strategy relies on the price action of the currency pairs. With forex scalping strategy, forex traders rely usually on a set of indicator points to guide them on when to enter and exit the forex market. Their aim is to get part of the currency movement fluctuation after they have identified the prevalent currency trend.
SCALPING STRATEGY OF FOLLOWING ECONOMIC NEWS AND EVENTS
A simple form of forex scalping strategy is to trade in the forex markets based on events and news. The traders will look for the important news to be released. This can be identified easily by looking at the economic calendar.
As forex scalping strategy is aiming for small gains of five to fifteen pips per trade, most scalpers try to make it profitable for themselves by attempting as many trades as possible in the market. They can build up on their earnings slowly and steadily by entering and exiting the market with small profits a number of times in a specified trading session. A scalping strategy will involve opening a forex position and closing it within a few minutes with the motive of speculation.
PIVOT LEVEL SCALPING STRATEGY
It has to be taken into consideration that not all the currency pairs behave in the same pattern in a scalping strategy. When working on a forex scalping strategy, you have to be careful to factor in the tendencies and the volatility of the currency pairs that you are going to trade in. For example, a fifty pip move in the opposite direction with the British Pound–Japanese Yen pair will not be the same as a fifty pip move in the Euro-US Dollar pair. Another important factor is the time required for trading. Using a forex scalping strategy for the Euro–British Pound pair in the London market will not be the same when applied during the Asian markets. Different geographical markets have a varied effect on some currencies.
Pivot points can be used as excellent levels of resistance and support in a scalping strategy. The time when the price touches the pivot points, it bounces off like a rubber ball would. You have to calculate the pivot points daily for your selected currency pairs and you will have to calculate from 1700 hours Eastern Time to the next day’s 1700 hours Eastern Time.
The world around us has become quite dangerous. As the times are changing and criminals are becoming technologically sophisticated in their modus operandi, a detective also has to keep up with the times and be fully knowledgeable with modern gadgets of a sleuth.
So, what are the tools required for a detective?
• Pen Camera – This is a basic gizmo. It is just a pen that comes with a camera giving high resolution results and also has memory storage capacity. It will also record a video where time and date could be inserted.
• Cap Camera – The cap is cloaked with a camera that records in MP4 format. It is operated even with a remote control and can record up to ninety minutes. It also has internal memory and can record clear audio conversations from a distance of up to five meters.
• Soda Can with Camera – The soda can is fit with a video camera inside. It also has a well cloaked microphone that works with remote control.
• Glasses Writer – These glasses are made out of powerful lens that can take pictures and files can be stored in the same manner as thumb drives. It has a memory capacity of 4 GB and can record six hours of video.
• Tracker – It can fit into the palm of a person and uses GPS. It can send out positioning through its GPRS (General Packet Radio Services). It can give real time location and also do satellite tracking. It can capture audio relays and the battery allows fifteen hours of operation.
• Lost Items Locator – This is also a tracker that is an accessory if important items like laptops or smartphones are lost or stolen. It works with software that updates regularly and links with a central location to receive signals that locate data from the device so that location could be identified.
• Pepper Sprays – They come in the form of pens that could be used as weapons. Once sprayed, the victim will experience momentary blindness and coughing.
Washing windows of your home requires devotion and time. Windows are great as they allow fresh air and sunlight. If they get dirty, they can become weak and can be damaged easily. Though it is wiser to contract cleaning service providers for your windows, it is better to know how to clean them.
If there are any sliding windows, they have to be removed by lifting up from the sliding section to be cleaned separately. A bucket can be filled with warm water and some detergent could be added to it. The windscreens that hang to the windows have to be removed. They collect most of the dust from the rainstorms that knock against the windows. The stale screen smell will also go away once cleaned. They can be cleaned by rubbing them together under a running hose.
The window panes could be gently rubbed with a rag. The window frames can be cleaned by means of a soaked sponge or a cloth.
The sponge or cloth has to be soaked in the bucket with the detergent and water solution and the cleaning of the windows can start from the upper left side, going downwards in the shape of an `S’ until the bottom right corner is reached. The sponge should not be of an abrasive material to avoid scratching the windows.
A dry rag or chamois can be used to remove the excess water from the squeegee. The cleaning can start again from the upper left corner in a straight line downward in one motion, repeating it to the mid and the right sections of the window. The squeegee has to be dried after each stroke or it will leave behind visible lines on the window pane.
After the window panes are cleaned, they can be dried with a chamois or a dry cloth. An extension handle can be used on the squeegee to reach higher windows. The squeegee cannot be used in direct sunlight as it will leave streaks.
Tools that are needed for cleaning of windows - A sponge, squeegee, chamois, bucket, water hose, lint free dusters,detergent, warm water, towel and a mop.
How long will it take to clean your windows?
The complexity and the size of the windows will determine the time that will be required to clean them. The security bars and the storm windows take up extra time. If there are multiple panes in each window, they will take up detailed work. A typical home will probably take up about half a day by the cleaning service people. The service provider will be able to give a better estimate of the time required to complete the cleaning job.
How often should you have your windows cleaned?
Professional cleaning service maintenance contracts clean about twice a year. This schedule should be sufficient. If your home is exposed more to the pollution of urban life, then perhaps you may want to get the windows cleaned thrice a year. Cleaning in early spring will get all the dirt and grime removed by the winter rain and frost. A wash in the fall will take care of the pollen and the dirt of summer.
Why is Professional Cleaning Service required for the Windows?
When you take the height, accessibility and the configuration of windows into account, it is wiser to assign the job to the cleaning service providers. Apart from these factors, time is of a very important essence. People do not have the time to get the cleaning done on their own. Window cleaning is important to keep the home clean and tidy. You will not like to look at windows that are full of dirt or fingerprints. Many people find cleaning of windows difficult. It is mainly because even after the hard labour, they end up finding some streaks left behind on the window panes.
How much does it cost to get your Windows cleaned?
Professional cleaning service jobs for windows can be paid by three methods. The first method is per unit or window; the second method is by the total job on a contract basis and the third method is on an hourly basis. The common method of pricing has been the first one and that is charging as per the number of windows or units.
It is the time that is required for concentration of a drug so that it falls to half of its initial concentration after reaching its peak level. The duration of action of a drug is known as its half life. This is the period of time required for the concentration or amount of drug in the body to be reduced by one-half. We usually consider the half life of a drug in relation to the amount of the drug in plasma.
Onset, duration and intensity of effect of drug depend on the rate of absorption, distribution and elimination through excretion. In case of oral route, plasma concentration gradually rises and reaches its peak value; then, it begins to fall down. Drug requires a minimum effective plasma concentration for the effects to start appearing. Once the level falls below the minimum effective plasma concentration, the effect is over.For example, after intravenous administration, if maximum concentration is 16 mg and the half life is 2 hours, after 2 hours 8 mg will be left, and so on.
There is no magical formula for you to go after if you want to look young eternally. There are, however, gifts from nature itself for coping with anti-aging. It is safer to ignore the dangerous side effects of various chemical products as anti aging solutions to look after your skin. You will also be saving much on the cost of skin care.
There are some treatments that can be advised for natural anti aging. Problems will frequently accompany the process of your growing older day by day. Sometimes, the best answer to such issues is the probable use of the simplest anti aging solutions. You can achieve reverse aging by the help of natural anti aging supplements like red wine, papaya, avocado, magnesium, fish oil and olive oil.
The list of anti aging supplements can begin with the use of red wine as an antioxidant. It contains `resveratrol’ which is considered as one of the best anti aging solutions. This component can reduce the aging process of the body cells and help fight against weak bones, making it ideal as an anti wrinkle treatment too.
Papaya is a good moisturizer as it contains a decent amount of Vitamin C and minerals along with Carotene. It is quite easy to apply without the need for mashing or mixing like some other natural remedies for reverse aging use. You just need to peel off a part of its outer skin and then apply it to your face. This application will open up the pores of your skin to leave it feeling glowing. It will lighten your skin if you apply papaya regularly.
One of the best natural anti aging gifts blessed by nature is the avocado. It is great for those kinds of people who are conscious of their beauty image as it contains Vitamins A, B, D and E collectively. It also has fats to make it a natural moisturizer. Though, making a face mask out of an avocado could be tedious, it is still worth your while. You have to take a ripe avocado and scoop its soft flesh. Then, you have to mash it and apply it gently on your face. This has to be left on your face for about ten minutes and then washed away by means of a damp cloth. Avocado oil can also treat eczema apart from being a natural anti aging agent.
To delay the effects of aging, one of the best anti aging supplements is the magnesium mineral. You have to just include it in your daily diet. It helps you in maintaining high levels of energy and keeps your digestive system effective. With magnesium, your skin looks healthier. You have to take sufficient magnesium levels as a supplement for anti wrinkle treatment through almonds, peanuts and brown rice.
Fish oil serves as a good reverse aging supplement. It contains the Omega -3 fatty acids which also reduce the risk of heart disease. Oil found from cold water fish like salmon, mackerel and tuna is the best. You have to remember that you cannot take an overdose of fish oil in a day; the intake has to be less than three grams.
Olive oil contains linoleic acid and Omega-6 acids. It helps the skin in staying hydrated. It is a good natural anti aging medium to moisturize the skin on your face and to increase its elasticity. The advisable mix is 10 ml. of olive oil with a couple of drops of carrot seed oil. You can massage on to your skin and use warm water after a minute to rinse the oil off.
Many people want to go for natural anti aging therapy so that they can avoid cosmetic surgery which is very expensive and also is not free of side effects that can bother them. Most of the natural anti aging treatments are safe and also less expensive for you to look young and maintain your required levels of energy.
Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language that is spoken in Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar. Why is it considered an official language among the twenty two languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian constitution? This is because it is the official language of the State of Sikkim and is also spoken partially in Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. It is also widely spoken in the State of Uttaranchal and Assam. Nepali is also known as `Khaskura’. Nepal is named after the Kathmandu valley and the term `Nepali’ is used historically for the language of that valley.
Nepali is the official language of Nepal and Sikkim. Half the population of Nepal speaks Nepali as its mother tongue. Many other Nepalese speak it as a second language. It is also called `Gurkhali’ or the language of the Gurkhas or `Parbatiya’ which means the language of the mountains. `Khaskura’ is the oldest term which literally means speech of the `Khas’ people who were Indo-Aryan settlers in the Karnali-Bheri basin of far western Nepal since early historic times. Their main occupation was to grow rice.
The Indian government has given an international recognition to the Nepalese language. Ethnologue reports that there are more than seventeen million speakers of Nepali worldwide, eleven million being Nepalese themselves. In India too, there are a large number of Nepali speaking people. There are an estimated half a million Nepali speakers in Sikkim alone. In both Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri districts of West Bengal, there are about one and a half million Nepali speakers. A sizeable number of Nepali speaking people are also present in places like Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
About five hundred years ago, the `Khas’ people migrated to the eastern part of Nepal from the western regions, crossing the rough terrains of the Kham highlands to settle down in the lower valleys of the Gandaki Basin which was suitable for the cultivation of rice. Out of this group came the Gurkhas, named after Gorkha, a principality halfway between Pokhara and Kathmandu.
About three hundred years ago, a ruler named Prithvi Narayan built an army of Gurungs and other tribesmen from the hills and set out to annexe many principalities in the Himalayan foothills. As the Gorkhas had replaced the original Khas tribe and their homeland as the centre of military initiative, Khaskura came to be known as Gurkhali. Prithvi Narayan’s special military achievement was the annexure of the urbanised Kathmandu valley on the eastern section of the Gandaki Basin. This region came to be known as Nepal during these times.
Kathmandu became Prithvi Narayan’s new capital and the following generations extended their lands eastward into the Kasi Basin, north to the Tibetan plateau and southward into the northern Indian plains and west to the Karnali-Bheri Basin. The expansion to the north and west brought a lot of tussle with the British and the Chinese territorial aspirations. This led to many wars and these tribes were pushed back to form what is roughly Nepal’s present borders. Around this time, Gurkhali came to be known as Nepali.
Nepali is the eastern most of the Pahadi languages. They are a group of related languages that are spoken across the lower Himalayan range from eastern Nepal through the Indian states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. The influence of the Nepali language can also be seen in Bhutan and Myanmar. Nepali began its development in close relationship with a number of Tibeto-Burmese languages. Nepal Bhasha shows a lot of Tibeto-Burman influence. Nepali is also closely related to Hindi but sounds more conservative, borrowing few words from English and Farsi and also using more Sanskrit derivations. No other modern language is close to Sanskrit than Nepali.
Nepali settlers who lived in the southwest of Bhutan started speaking a variant of Nepali and called it `Lhotshampa’. They were generally classified as Hindus. Some were even Buddhists. Both these groups abstained from beef and later became total vegetarians. Their main festivals were Tihar and Diwali.
The Nepali language has been popular in its continuity of communication between all language speakers since the creation of greater Nepal. The Nepali language had spread into use among the Brahmaputra regions in the east and Kashmir in the west. The linguists regard the stone inscription of Adityabanshi King Damupal, which dates back to 1040 BC, as the official source of Nepali language. An inscription on the copper plate of 1280 BC is historical evidence of King Krachalya’s victory to create the Sija regime.
Bhujimol is an older script that is native to Nepal. Today, Nepali is commonly written in the Devanagiri script. There is a record of using the Takri script in the history of Nepali, particularly in western Nepal, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. Ranjana script is another writing system used historically.
Nepali developed its literature during the latter half of the nineteenth century and includes great works like the `Adhyatma Ramayana’ by Sundarananda Bara in 1833. Another famous work is `Birsikka’ which is an anonymous compendium of folk tales. Ramayan by Bhanubhakta is also famous. There were many translations of works from Sanskrit and a translation of the Bible in Nepali.
The Nepali language being used in the Kirat era until 1380 BC indicates King Simrangaud Harisingh Dev’s book, `Barnaratnakar as the earliest form of literary Nepali. The kings and rulers of Nepal relied on the Nepali language for interstate use as in sending of letters, agreements and treaties.
Nepali is a language which gives a subject-object-verb word order and uses postpositions instead of prepositions. It has a limited grammatical gender and in many cases, the gender agreement is limited to the written form of the language. In Nepali, some of the adjectives are inflected as per the genders.
Nepali nouns do not inflect for cases, but there are a number of postpositions that have a case-like function. These postpositions are known as clitics. They are affixes which are attached to an entire phrase rather than a single word. Nepali has an expansive pronouns system depending on the distance, gender and number of the referent. With the third person pronouns, the low grade is used when the person is not present. It is also used for small children and animals. The middle grade is used primarily for women although one of the plurals of the middle grade pronouns is also commonly used for groups. It is also used for adolescents and teens. The high grade form is used for people who are present and for older people. There is an additional form for extremely formal situations.
The Nepali verbs are highly inflected and they agree with the subject in gender, number and person. They also inflect for aspect, mood and tense. There are a large number of participial forms in addition to these inflected finite forms. Nepali has two infinitives. The first is the citation form of the verb and is used in several constructions, the most important being the construction expressing obligation. The second infinitive is used in a wide variety of situations and can be used generally in a similar fashion to how an infinitive is used in the English language.
There are only three initial consonant clusters found in Nepali. Such consonant sequences are found only in the onomatopoetic words. These initial consonant sequences within a syllable show that in typical Nepali syllable structure, sonority increases from the first consonant to the syllable nucleus. The second consonant is a lateral liquid sonority. The third consonant is the high front glide whose sonority is still higher. The syllable nuclear sound vowel after the glide has the highest sonority peak.
Nepali has syllable-timed rhythm. It has iambic foot and the metre is from left to right. There are a dozen vowels in the Nepali language. Nepali words with nasal vowels may initially prove to be a bit difficult.
Medial clusters are made up of sequences of consonants between two vowels in the word-medial position. Nepali follows the generalization of Halliday hinting that the speaker is confident of the proposition of the sentence. No significant research has been done on the intonation system in Nepali in detail.
With the advancement of technology, many applications and letters, particularly in the government sectors, are printed in Nepali Font. So, for such governmental activities as well as for own knowledge and use, it has become necessary to know how to type in Nepali Font.
For this purpose, many Nepali fonts such as Preeti, Sagarmatha and Kantipur are available. But, they might be hard to learn at the beginning as it is difficult to figure out which English key in your keyboard represents what character of Nepali Language. So, to make it easy, Romanized Nepali Unicode is available on the web. The main feature of this Romanized Nepali Unicode is that it is very easy to figure out which English key means which Nepali character. You have to just Romanize the Nepali world you want to type.
Indians have succeeded in countries abroad and have not done so well in their own. This fact would have shocked leaders of our independence movement. They had declared that Indians were looked down upon by foreign rulers and could flourish only under self-rule. The harsh reality today is that Indians are successful in countries overseas but failing in India. They are prospering in countries abroad.
The citizens who stay and work in India are pulled down by an unconscionable system that fails to reward talent. This outrageous system fails to allow people and businesses to grow and keeps real power with `netas’ and assorted hooligans and manipulators. Once Indians go abroad, they rise to peaks that were once occupied only by foreigners.
For example, Rono Dutta had become head of United Airlines from 1999 to 2002, the biggest airline in the world. Had he stayed in India, he would have had no chance in Indian Airlines or even Air India. Even if the top job there was given to him by some godfather, a team of `Babus’ and trade unionists would have ensured that he could never run it like United Airlines.
Rana Talwar was appointed Group CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Plc, one of the biggest multinational banks in Britain, while still in his forties. Had he been in India, he would perhaps be a local manager in the State Bank Group, taking orders from several Babus to give loans to politically favoured clients.
Lakhsmi Mittal has become the biggest steel baron in the world with steel plants in the US, Kazakhstan, Germany, Mexico, Trinidad and Indonesia. India's socialist policies reserved the domestic steel industry for the public sector. So Lakhsmi Mittal went to Indonesia to run his family's first steel plant there. Once freed from the manacles of India, he ruled the world.
Subhash Chandra of Zee TV has become a global media king, one of the few to beat Rupert Murdoch. He could never have risen had he been limited to India, which decreed a TV monopoly for Doordarshan in the days that mattered. But technology came to his aid and satellite television made it possible for him to run business in India from Hong Kong.
Apart from all these personalities, Silicon Valley alone contained over one hundred thousand Indian millionaires. Sabeer Bhatia invented Hotmail and sold it to Microsoft for $400 million. Victor Menezes is number two in Citibank. Shailesh Mehta is CEO of Providian, a top US financial services company.
While Indians have soared abroad, India has stagnated at home. At independence, India was the most advanced of all colonies, with the best prospects. Today with a GNP per head of $3500, it occupies a lowly 161st position among 226 countries of the world even though the total GNP at 793 billion dollars makes India the 10th largest. But poverty is by no means the only or main problem. India ranks near the bottom in the UNDP's Human Development Index but high up in Transparency International's Corruption Index.
The lack of transparent rules, properly enforced, is a major reason why talented Indians cannot rise in India. A second reason is the neta-babu raj, which remains intact despite supposed liberalisation. But once talented Indians go to rule-based societies in the west, they take off. In those societies, all people play by the same rules, all have freedom to innovate without being strangled by regulations. And this is why Indians like to hold a green card or citizenship anywhere else apart from Independent India.
Amyloidosis is a rare disease that results from the buildup of displaced proteins known as amyloids. When proteins dissolve in water to become amyloids, they become insoluble and deposit in organs or tissues, disrupting normal function.
Three Types of Amyloidosis
There are four main types of amyloidosis, each due to the deposition of a specific protein.
1. The most common type is AL amyloidosis, caused by the deposition of light chain proteins produced by plasma cells in different disease states.
2. The second most common is AA amyloidosis due to the accumulation of S amyloid A protein or SAA, which occurs in association with chronic infections - e.g. tuberculosis - or inflammatory illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis.
3. The third type is due to the deposition of a genetically defective or normal form of a protein called transthyretin.
The cells in the body have two different ways of making proteins. Some proteins are made of one single piece or sequence of amino acids; in other cases, protein fragments are produced and these fragments come and join together to form the whole protein. Such a protein can sometimes fall apart into the original protein fragments. This process of "flip flopping" happens frequently for certain protein types, especially the ones that cause amyloidosis.
The fragments or actual proteins are at risk of getting displaced as they are synthesized, to make a poorly functioning protein. This causes proteolysis, which is the directed breakdown of proteins by cellular enzymes called proteases or by intra-molecular digestion; proteases come and digest the displaced fragments and proteins. The problem occurs when the proteins do not dissolve in proteolysis. This happens because the displaced proteins sometimes become robust enough that they are not dissolved by normal proteolysis. When the fragments do not dissolve, they get spit out of proteolysis and they aggregate to form oligomers. The reason they aggregate is that the parts of the protein that do not dissolve in proteolysis are the β-pleated sheets, which are extremely hydrophobic. When they are exposed to water, these hydrophobic pieces tend to aggregate with other hydrophobic pieces. This ball of fragments gets stabilized by GAGs (glycosaminoglycans) and SAP (serum amyloid P), a component found in amyloid aggregations that is thought to stabilize them and prevent proteolytic cleavage. The stabilized balls of protein fragments are called oligomers. The oligomers can aggregate together and further stabilize to make amyloid fibrils. Both the oligomers and amyloid fibrils are toxic to cells and can interfere with proper organ functioning.
There is a famous remark by Baudelaire that beauty is always made up of two elements. One is its timelessness and the other is its peculiarity when it is specific to the present moment. For example, a true painting of modern life as per him had to cover something which is both transient and exclusive to its own time frame and something which is indeterminate in both space and time. The intangible something goes much beyond our fashions and belongs to the imaginary world.
The Hymn to Beauty is reflecting on the outer shell of beauty which is fragile. It can hold power but it can also become easily disfigured. It can never be fully understood. It remains mysterious. “Pure mirrors that make everything more beautiful: My eyes my wide eyes by the light eternal!” This shows that without mirrors (eyes), beauty would not be the light eternal that it is.
The representation of art and beauty by Baudelaire in his poetry is unique in its own way for it embraces the French ideals of its decadent period. The reader is meant to understand art better in Baudelaire’s paradoxical representation and his overall personification in his Hymn to Beauty. The paradox is in the juxtaposition that beauty can also be found in all forms like wretchedness, well-being, goodness and baldness to name a few. Baudelaire is trying to demonstrate that the purpose of beauty cannot be determined by the form it takes but by the immediate experience of it that makes life what it is.
The initial stanza of the poem begins by asking beauty itself with a question whether it arrives from heaven or hell. In the final stanzas, Baudelaire states, “Bestows both crimes and kindnesses” and therefore “acts on us like wine”. Here, the poet is representing beauty both as being fickle and unpredictable.
By writing “your eye contains the evening and the dawn”, the poet is trying to show how time is not affecting beauty because it presents both day and night. “That can make heroes cold and children warm” shows that beauty can provide mercy to the helpless and yet wears away while being powerful. This uses imagery effectively to present a vast spectrum of the whims of beauty.
The fourth stanza, in particular, is dedicated to the awful ways of beauty. The main purpose is to present beauty in a way that is often not associated with it. It is to say that beauty should not always be sought in good but also in evil; in fact, he poet tries to say that beauty may come out more from its evil associations.
The fifth stanza presents two moments related to death, associating the horrible side of beauty; it is explained with poetic imagery and with a deep meaning. First, it is done with Mayfly’s demise “in flames, blessing this fire’s deadly bloom” – the image of a candle which is momentarily bursting in light, assigning meaning to the death of the mayfly. The second illustration can be shown - “the panting lover bending to his love” shows beauty in love and in the bond which the lover has with a departed person by stroking the corpse of his lover “like a dying man who strokes his tomb.” It gives significance to a moment which may not be considered pleasant by many. It is in reality an awful moment.
The final two stanzas talk about how the broad range of forms that beauty can take will not be of great matter by saying, “what difference, then, from heaven or hell.” In whatever form beauty is experienced by a person, its purpose is to make “the world a less dreadful place and the time less dead.” The poet brings the paradox out with a twist that even in darkness and death, beauty makes the moment less horrible and adds meaning to that particular moment.
Forex scalping is a trading style that can be categorized as extreme. It involves entering and getting out of the market at quick intervals. It reduces your exposure in the market and you take in small gains. Forex scalping can be extremely profitable if you react well in time and respond quickly. It also requires good trading indicators to generate signals for you.
There are many good forex scalping indicators:
• Parabolic SAR (Stop and Reverse) – This is one of the most powerful forex scalping tools. This indicator generates selling and buying signals on any pair of currencies and its time frames. It is always advisable to confirm the signals of the Parabolic SAR with resistance and support levels so that you can enter into long trades when you get the signals from the SAR and when the price is on a support level. You can enter into short trades when the price is on a resistance level. This tends to make the signals quite accurate and increases the success ratio considerably.
• Stochastic Oscillator – This is another powerful forex scalping indicator. It can generate signals even in scalping time frames of one minute and five minutes and it can be a useful addition to your forex scalping armory. It is again advisable to confirm the signals of the Stochastic Oscillator with resistance and support levels to ensure that the currency prices have a strong motive to reverse. In forex scalping, it is always important to confirm your forex trades with a minimum of two tools as price can sometimes become unstable within short time frames.
• MACD Indicator - You can use the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) Indicator to check the general trend of the currency market and confirm the trades. You can enter into long trades when the MACD line crosses the trigger line upwards and enter into short trades when the MACD line crosses downwards from the trigger line or the water line. This is another important tool that can increase your forex scalping accuracy. As forex scalping is usually more risky than swing trading and day trading, you can take the help of the signals that are generated by such indicators to make you profitable in the long run.
• Accelerator Oscillator – This is another indicator that can be used for short term signals and it is very sensitive to changes in the currency trends. When the Accelerator Oscillator is above level zero and has turned from red to green, it is a signal to go into long trades and when it is below the level of zero and has turned from green to red, it is a signal to go into short trades.
• FAP Turbo – People are mostly apprehensive about forex robots. But, Forex Auto Pilot Turbo is software that is automated and works well in the case of live trading as a forex scalping indicator. You have to install the system on your computer and watch while it works for you. You don’t need to place trades as the FAP Turbo will do it for you. The forex scalping techniques have been built into its algorithms.
Your life is going to become easier with the Nissan Easy Fill Tire Alert System. Now you can take your car out on the road to roll with the proper tire pressure. You do not have to rely any more on the differing pressure gauges. The Easy Fill Tire Alert system developed by Nissan will trigger the car’s horn to inform you that the air pressure in the tires is at the optimum.
When you are in the market for a new Nissan car, you can now get rid of the tire gauge and not worry about cold pressure. Nissan has launched this alert system which can handle all things about the tire pressure when you are filling the air in.
The United States Department of Transportation has recommended that tire pressure checks should be done at least once a month and these checks should include the spare tire in the boot or hanging out at the rear or the underside of the car. Many people neglect to check the tire pressure at least once a month.
If you own a car, the Nissan Easy Fill Tire Alert system will make your life very convenient with the feature that is wholly intuitive and fully capable of handling anything that you can imagine regarding tire pressure. It is designed to take the pressure monitoring which is sensor-based for your convenience. It can monitor the pressure of all the tires and will alert you on which tire could be problematic and give the exact pressure for you and you do not have to guess about the tires. The system will also function as a digital gauge when it fills up air in your tires and the car’s lights will notify you by means of flashing so that you know the air is being filled into the concerned tire and the car horn will honk when the pressure reaches the optimal point. In case, you, as a driver, are thinking about something else or daydreaming, and if you miss both the audio and the visual signals, then the car’s system will flash in rapid succession and honk thrice to let you know the air has gone in excess so that you can let some air out.
Many cars, particularly the new ones, have several kinds of sensor systems which tell you when you need to add air pressure to the car tires. Yet, many car owners have found the systems to be either inaccurate or vague. Some have reported that from one pressure gauge to another, there may sometimes be a difference of three to four pounds.
The Nissan system will give a warning light when the air pressure in the tire or tires becomes low, even when you are merely a single psi off. With this Easy Fill system, you can simply start to pump up the air pressure and forget about cold pressure measurement and the irritating pressure gauges at the petrol pumps. The system will take away whatever little quantity of brain calculations attached in keeping the right pressure of air in your car tires. It will definitely give you peace of mind with your busy schedules and with this system; you can maintain the correct air pressure in the car tires and get a safe ride.
Nissan launched the Easy Fill Tire Alert system with the Altima 2013 and later on, it became the standard equipment in all Nissan models. This innovation by Nissan has made the inflation of tires an easy affair. Tires that are not inflated properly can triple the risk of an accident on the motorway. A delay in attending to the air pressure in the car tires will negatively affect the fuel economy and the car is likely to lose the fuel efficiency. When you are driving long distance, fuel economy will matter.
The lines of Fibonacci retracement are based on the Fibonacci sequence. They are regarded as lines that can predict in the form of technical indicators. They give feedback on a possible scenario of the levels of exchange rates in the future. There are many traders who depend on the Fibonacci Retracements and they like to predict the future exchange rates by using these lines. Technical analysts also use these retracements widely.
As a forex trader, it is recommended that you need to know how you can interpret the Fibonacci numbers. It is wiser to search for additional sources to back up your initial analysis before you start basing larger trades on the Fibonacci Retracements or Fibs, as they are popularly known.
Understanding the Sequence of Fibonacci
It is a series of numbers which occur consistently. Their discovery is attributed to the famous mathematician of the thirteenth century, Leonardo Fibonacci. They were also made popular by the novelist Dan Brown in his blockbuster novel, `Da Vinci Code’. The technique for calculating the Fibonacci sequence is to add any number together with the number that precedes it in a sequence. With the assumption that the initial two numbers are 0 and 1, the calculation for the first ten numbers in the sequence can be done in this way:-
0 + 0 = 0
0 + 1 = 1
1 + 0 = 1
1 + 1 = 2
2 + 1 = 3
3 + 2 = 5
5 + 3 = 8
8 + 5 = 13
13 + 8 = 21
21 + 13 = 34
The first ten numbers will be 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34.
Series of ratios can be derived from the Fibonacci sequence. These ratios take on a very important meaning to the forex traders. The most significant Fibonacci ratio is 61.8% and it is popularly called the `golden ratio’. It is also known as the `golden mean’. It is considered to be a reliable ratio for retracement. It is derived by dividing any number in the Fibonacci sequence by the number that follows it. The answer will always be 61.8%. The other important ratios are 38.2% and 23.6%. The first ratio is obtained by dividing any number in that sequence by the number which is two places to its right and the second ratio set is obtained by any number divided by a number which is three places to its right. In the forex market, levels of retracement can also be pegged at 100% and 50%. This video will give you an understanding of the Fibonacci retracement lines,
Fibonacci Retracement can predict forex rates in the future
By inserting the Fibonacci lines over a price chart and extending them past the existing spot rate, you can establish each of the retracement points. You can then adjust your trading strategy in the future. The levels of retracement can indicate potential resistance and support levels as the rate is retraced in an upward direction. If the exchange rate goes below the retracement level with the trend showing an upward move, you can then go on to the next level in the Fibonacci sequence as a resistance level in the future for the currency pair being studied. When the trend is downward, the opposite approach will apply.
Setting stop loss instructions based on Fibonacci Retracements
It is a challenge to identify possible swings and the extremity in price levels when you work with the Fibonacci Retracement lines. It is not easy to locate an upward or a downward trend that emerges and one that can retrace back to its previous low or a high. A safe strategy used by many traders is to take the Fibonacci Retracement lines as a guiding force for executing stop loss instructions for limits. To cite an example, if the prices are moving upward and you are holding on to a long position, you may consider placing the stop loss just below the last low swing rate. As this swing low rate may often become a support level, the fall in the price is likely to recover before it falls actually through a support level, previously. When you set the stop loss instructions just below the support levels, it will reduce the loss because it will be triggered when the rate falls below the determined support level. The exchange rate may retrace to the high swing but it is not very likely to surpass it. Hence, when you set the stop loss a little above the level of resistance, it will indicate that the stop loss will be triggered only when the resistance level gets broken.
Every person moves through various stages in his or her life. There are different stages even in a person’s career graph. Like the demands on a person’s time can vary in his or her personal life, so are the demands variable even at work.
Finding a Suitable Work/Life Balance
Life could be extremely pleasant if there is a reasonable balance when peaks of demand in a person’s life match with those in his or her professional career. When demands are lopsided, then it will give rise to dissatisfaction or frustration. It becomes necessary for a person, then, to find that suitable balance between personal life and career.
For people who are searching that perfect work/life balance, an excellent insight has been provided by Dr. Donald Super with his career development theory that he wrote about twenty three years ago. Dr. Super felt that there was a need for him to expound theories on striking a balance between personal and professional life as he found that people were unable to attain that balance and were not able to journey on a straight path of career development.
Dr. Super’s theory has become famous as `Life Career Rainbow’ model and it is employed in evaluating life and career patterns today.
What is this Theory all about?
The Life Career Rainbow helps people in thinking about different roles that they have to play at different times in their lives. The general consensus and the feedback about this theory acknowledge that most people find it to be extremely suitable in maintaining a healthy balance between work and personal life.
Before the theory is understood properly, it is important for people to know about the eight different life roles as explained by Dr. Donald Super.
Eight Life Roles
1. Child – A child spends much of his or her energy and time in the relationship with the parents. This role starts at birth and actually continues as long as the parents are alive. The role decreases slightly when the parents grow in age.
2. Student – This role begins when a person starts going to school and continues until he or she graduates from a university.
3. Leisurite – This is a term coined by Dr. Super to explain about the time people spend on their leisure activities. People tend to spend comparatively more time on leisure when they are going through childhood or during adolescence. They come back to a leisurely life style once again after their retirement.
4. Citizen – This period covers the time spent working for the neighborhood and the community, mostly as volunteers. People often get into these `citizenry’ duties as their kids get older as they have more time on their hand.
5. Worker – This is the time that people spend in paid employment and this covers a major portion of their lives.
6. Parent – This role is covering the time which is spent bringing up children and nurturing them. The parental part is considerably important until children finish their higher education or shift home as adults. The role continues even after the children get married, albeit to a reduced level.
7. Spouse – This role covers the energy and time spent in a relationship. It also involves activities that keep the family going.
8. Home-Maker – With this role, people are spending their time on the upkeep and maintenance of their home and family life that involves cooking, cleaning, and shopping.
Five Life Stages
Dr. Super developed the model of life span and career development defining five different life stages. It is important to consider these stages as they fit the patterns in everyone’s life.
1. Growth (Age 14 and under) – This stage goes through with a focus on growing physically and this is the stage when ideas are formed about the importance of self worth. People begin to discover their main interests and special abilities.
2. Exploration (Age 15–25) – This period is about people beginning to learn about work and career and different choices that are available to them. People start figuring out ways of finding success in different careers.
3. Establishment (Age 26–45) – This period begins when people start settling down in their selected career option and become responsible and productive citizens. Responsibilities increase during this period and so does the personal satisfaction from work and earnings.
4. Maintenance (Age 46–65) – This period brings people into a stage where they have to maintain their jobs and their career. They have to take part in activities to develop their career in order to make their future financially secure.
5. Disengagement (Age 65 and over) – This is the period when a person has to take retirement from active work. The emphasis can shift from paid work to consultancy and other part time benefits. People can also begin to concentrate on other types of roles that can overlap leisurite, home-maker and citizenry phases.
Using the Theory of Life Career Rainbow to strike Better Work/Life Balance
The Life Career Rainbow theory can be used in cycles of five-year periods. It can also be used in the form of pie charts as graphic medium. One chart could depict the current work/life balance and the other chart could plot where a person would like to be in the next five years. The main purpose of using such charts will be to discern the imbalance between the current and the desired pie charts. This imbalance could then be addressed by means of development in goals to help move to that desired position.
Imbalances have to be straightened out without letting the emotions cloud judgments. A person has to reflect on values that he or she holds to be significant in life. Thought has to be given even on the satisfaction and dissatisfaction levels when developing the model or the chart. There is a possibility that people who value career achievements will obviously spend considerable time in the work role than others who may spend more time as Parent or Spouse giving priority to the family.
An example could be illustrated by taking a person who is a male manager with a responsible position in a sound company whose wife is expecting their first child. This will be most likely a period where time will have to be managed with tact using delegation skills. A decision will have to be taken here to strike a balance between being a good husband and a dedicated manager. From a psychological point of view, a person has to take a call on whether he would be able to sacrifice the chances of earning more in the future as an irresponsible husband and father or be content with what he is able to earn and fulfill his responsibilities at home.
Using Life Career Rainbow as a Lifelong Process
This theory of career development can be used throughout life as a process as it will definitely be influenced by several other areas in life. There is no short-cut formula to develop one’s career and an important part of planning out a career is to search for that ideal balance between work time and the rest of personal life.
Once an ideal split between work role and life role is reached, a person will find it very easy to identify where his or her life has gone out of balance and work his or her way by using Dr. Super’s Life Career Rainbow model as a process of seeking that harmonizing balance.
Mold has always been a serious health concern for people. Many times, mold will exist without anyone noticing it for years. Sometimes, mold grows at a rapid speed. Mold removal has become a big business with various remedial specialists who attend at both commercial and residential levels. If spores of mold are present on some organic material, it will grow at a rapid pace when it comes in contact with moisture. It also gives out odor and it can be hazardous to health if not treated in time. Specialists identify mold by using infrared cameras and moisture meters. Mold removal is done by introducing negative air pressure in the environment once all contaminated areas have been determined.
Various Types of Mold Removal Products
There are diverse kinds of mold removal products that are used to kill the mold and remove it. Some of the best known effective mold removal products are:
•Bleach – Bleach can destroy almost every species of indoor mold along with the spores. It also leaves the surface sanitized enough to resist future mold growth.
•Borax – There are various advantages when borax is used to remove mold as it is a natural cleaning product. It is a white mineral powder with a high pH level and low toxicity.
•Vinegar – This is a mild acid which kills all mold species quite effectively. It is non-toxic, natural and safe.
•Ammonia – This will eliminate mold on hard and non-porous surfaces like countertops, glass and tiles.
•Hydrogen Peroxide – This is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and helps in killing mold easily. It is safe to use and does not affect the environment. It does not leave behind toxic fumes or residue and is easily available in any drug store. It kills mold on materials like clothes, bathroom fixtures, floors, kitchen appliances and walls. Hydrogen peroxide also helps in removing the stains that mold leaves behind.
•Detergent - A mixture of warm water and detergent is used to scrub the mold off non-porous surfaces.
•Baking Soda – This is a natural and safe household cleaning agent which can also be used to kill mold in your home. Baking soda is mild in pH and it is not harmful to your family or pets. It also gets rid of the odor that is left behind by mold leaves. Baking soda also helps in the absorption of moisture to keep the mold away.
•Tea tree Oil – This is one of the best natural mold killing solutions. It is an essential oil which is harmless to people and pets. It is anti-fungal and anti-bacterial and is effective in killing all kinds of molds. It is available in most natural food shops. It is derived from Melaleuca Alternifolia.
•Grapefruit Seed Extract – This is very similar to tea tree oil and is an effective natural mold killer. It has no odor and can also be bought from most natural health food shops. The citric acid from the grapefruit attacks the mold. The extract also helps in deodorizing and disinfecting the areas.
Mold Removal Plan
A mold removal plan will include a plan which could either be a simple one with spraying or disinfecting a drywall or it could involve HVAC disinfection, drywall and stud or insulation removal, cleaning up of personal belongings and high-efficiency particulate air filtration.
The most important factor in a successful relocation is systematic organization of planning your move and making it smooth through a moving checklist. You may consider yourself a systematic planner but it is wiser to always take the help of professional movers and packers who have years of experience behind them. These professional moving consultants will be able to provide valuable tips towards organizing and planning your move. Thinking of moving could become much easier if you plan your move well. It is things like knowing when you have to get things done and in what order you should get them done. It will put your mind at ease and all the details of your relocation will not look all that threatening.
Arming yourself with a good Tool like a House Move Checklist
You have to equip yourself with a good tool like a house move checklist to make sure that your packing and moving goes through smoothly. Through this house move checklist, you can make sure that your personal belongings do not get damaged during the process of moving and transportation. Special attention is required for specific items like electronic equipment or crockery. Delicate glassware and electric appliances will need special care to arrive safely at their new destination. Your local moving consultants will be a tremendous resource for all queries that you may have when you are planning a move. They have many years of moving experience behind them as they may have served thousands of clients like you.
Preparing a Moving Packing Checklist
Before you prepare your moving packing checklist, you have to think in terms of making sure that your personal effects are not cluttered and you can begin by purging some items that may be unwanted. You will have a lighter load on your hand if you give away these unwanted items. This will help in saving your packing time as well as the loading time and this means that you will save money too in the long run. You can begin the moving packing checklist by making a list of all the utilities that you are going to need top contact so that you can set up end-of-service periods and final bill details. This could also apply to the start-of-service dates at the new place you are going to move to. Besides the utilities, you can make a similar checklist for other bills like mortgages and credit card payments. You have to also remember to file your change of address online with the Post Office.
Moving in Checklist
Unpacking is as important as all the packing that is done before moving. A moving in checklist of what items to unpack first may look like this:
• China, glassware or silverware.
• Crockery and cutlery.
• Figurines and other mementos or curios.
• All fragile items.
• Electrical appliances.
• Glass table tops, marble slabs, paintings and mirrors.
• Photograph albums.
• Vases and statues.
• Music equipment and compact discs.
• Clothing, linen and bedding.
• Curtains and draperies.
• Carpets or rugs.
• Outdoor equipment.
• Food items.
A Moving Checklist to make Packing easy for you
Moving to a new home will definitely involve stress. Changing addresses and packing can be a strenuous job. Hiring of moving consultants has to be given priority before you start to pack. A moving checklist will be a big help to monitor that you have not forgotten anything. At the top of the moving checklist, before you start entering the personal belongings, you have to list out and stock up on all supplies of packing. You will need things like bubble wraps, newspapers, moving cartons, packing foam, tapes and plastic totes. When you gather these things, it will help save time and you can pack with ease.
We have become dependent on digital technology quite a bit and now we can rely on it for mundane things like checking our grammar and spelling too. You can now pick up a garden variety ballpoint pen and you will be associated with a built-in dictionary.
The manufacturers of the `Lernstift’ digital pen are taking handwriting into this new century a step ahead by making the pen to vibrate and alert the writer when he or she makes grammar or spelling errors or even when he or she is churning out poor penmanship.
`Lernstift’ means a `learning pen’ in German language. It is currently being made in Germany and it is going to be powered by Linux. It will be made up of smartphone electronics in aluminium or a thermoplastic body. It will use motion sensors to trace the movement patterns and identify errors. The pen will start vibrating to keep the writer alerted on any mistakes in spelling or grammar.
This `Lernstift’ pen will be functional in dual modes. One is the calligraphy mode and the other is orthography mode. The pen will alert on mistakes with penmanship in the calligraphy mode and it will identify grammatical and spelling mistakes in the orthography mode. In the calligraphy mode, it will vibrate only once for the alert and in the orthography mode, it will vibrate twice. The pen will also be able to function as a standard ballpoint one.
The `Lernstift’ pen has a word recognition and motion sensors system. The second generation run of this pen, which is expected in a year’s time from now, will have a pressure sensor which will help the children in learning how to hold a pen and how much pressure to apply on it when writing. Another area of its development is a network module that will enable the pen to connect to Wi-Fi and share data. The pen is priced around one hundred and twenty dollars.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome is caused pulmonary edema that becomes protein rich. It causes severe hypoxemia and an impaired carbon dioxide excretion. The clinical disorders that are associated with ARDS include
• Aspiration of gastric contents
• Major trauma
The lung injury is caused mainly by neutrophils-dependent and platelet-dependent damage to the endothelial and epithelial barriers of the lung. Resolution is delayed because of the injury to the lung epithelial barrier that prevents removal of alveolar edema fluid and deprives the lung of adequate facilities of surfactant. Lymphocytes play an important role in the resolution of the lung injury. With a lung protective ventilatory strategy, mortality is considerably reduced.
In the acute phase of ARDS which lasts in the first week, there is evidence of interstitial and alveolar edema with accumulation of neutrophils, macrophages and red blood cells in the alveoli. There is also evidence of both endothelial and epithelial injury. In the sub-acute phase that lasts during the second week of the syndrome, some of the edema is reabsorbed and there is evidence of attempts at repair with proliferation of alveolar epithelial type II cells. There may also be infiltration of fibroblasts and some evidence of collagen deposition. In the chronic phase after a couple of weeks, there is resolution of acute neutrophilic infiltrate with more mononuclear cells and alveolar macrophages in the alveoli. In many patients, resolution progresses without fibrosis and simply with gradual resolution of the edema and acute inflammation.
Norway does not come to your mind immediately when there is a mention of cruises. Yet, the fjords of Norway, its fingers, have fishing villages that are picture perfect with some dramatic waterfalls. All nature lovers would like to book a cruise to the Norwegian fjords as these deep water bodies are a perfect way to relieve your anxieties and stress.
These fjords are carved inlet glaciers that come into the western coastline of Norway. The Norwegian mountains are rising steeply to each side of the coast with waterfalls that cascade. The towns by the waterside are pretty. It is a lovely feeling to explore these fjords in a cruise ship that can enter deep. The larger ships will not be able to do that. The small cruise ships can also drop anchor close to the shores. Many tourists prefer to visit the fjords on a midsized vessel. In addition to the fjords, other highlights of the cruise are the Grieg Museum at Bergen, Mount Dalsnibba at Geiranger, Hellesylt Waterfall at Hellesylt, Arctic Cathedral at Tromso and the Art Nouveau District at Aalesund.
Some of the popular cruise operators to the Norwegian fjords are Mundy Cruising, Fred Olsen Line, Hurtigruten Tours, Crystal Cruises, Azamara Cruises, Holland America Line and Oceania Cruises.
The Norwegian fjords are well known for their breathtaking landscape. This has come about due to the mighty glaciers cutting in to the coastline over thousands of years. The region is characterized by overhanging cliffs, exciting waterfalls and rock walls. Working ships are operated to cruise the entire length of the Norwegian coast. The duration of the cruise is mostly twelve days. It starts from Bergen and ends at Kirkenes.
The main focus of this cruise is to see the landscape which is spectacular. The ports of call are up and down the coastline of Norway. The highlight of the cruise is Bergen, the old capital city of Norway. It is the birthplace of the famous Norwegian composer, Edvard Grieg. You will also be reminded of the great film, `Song of Norway’ when you visit Bergen which has both Renaissance and Mediaeval buildings. The natural splendour of this region exceeds all other sights.
Bergen has a historic hanseatic port. The Hanseatic League was formed to protect the economic privileges in the cities along the trade routes spreading from the Baltic to the North Sea. This city was founded by King Olav Kyrre in 1070. The first capital of Norway was Trondheim. Bergen became its capital in 1217 and remained for the next eighty seven years when Oslo became the capital in 1300. The primary reason for the importance and growth of Bergen as a city has been due to the dried cod trade from the northern coast.
Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains. Mount Ulriken is the highest mountain at seven hundred meters above sea level. For lovers of music, the cruise operators do include a visit to Edvard Grieg’s house in Bergen which is later followed by a pianoforte concert at a lakeside. The house has become a museum and it is full of scores of music sheets and information on Grieg’s life. He is also buried in the vicinity of the house.
Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord are both popular and have been declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. These fjord cruises are mainly operated during summer between June and August when the climate is warm after the winter snow has melted and you will be able to see the rolling green hills. The weather is warm in July and August when the daylight hours are the longest. Naeroyfjord is regarded as the queen of the fjords. It is situated in the south east of Bergen. It is totally surrounded by mountains and marvellous glaciers. There are many fjord villages with their orchards. Geirangerfjord has many waterfalls and farm hills. There is a well known golden route mountainous road with the sharp Trollstigen road with hairpin bends offering a breathtaking view of the fjord. The Geirangerfjord has a lovely mountainous backdrop and a `Seven Sisters’ waterfall. The fjord is sixty two miles in length. Sognefjord is the longest navigable fjord in the world. It is surrounded by high hills and steep waterfalls.
Some voyages have an option to conclude at Copenhagen or Stockholm instead of Kirkenes. The port of Kirkenes is turning out to be an important one for vessels that are conducting seismic explorations in the Arctic. This northern Norwegian town is close to the gas and oil fields.
You will not forget your holiday amidst the Norwegian fjords with their unique sights. Norwegian fjords are one of the greatest cruise destinations in the world.