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Author: Wall Street Courier
Keywords: indicators, market, technical, book
Number of Pages: 50
Published: 2010-08-31
eBookDB-ID: EBDBCX9072

The transparency of the American markets offers an array of indicators and allows deep insights of prevailing sentiment. You find the activities of NYSE members like specialists and floor traders, public and odd lot short sales, the Short Interest Ratio as well as the large block transactions of the institutional investors published every week. Other tools for technical analysis include trend indicators, daily advances and declines, daily new highs and lows, volume, indices, put/call ratios and other useful information like Stochastics, RSI, MACD, TICK and more. The problem is only that all th

Author: Urika Ramseur
Publisher: Goddess Media
Keywords: banks, street, wall, foreclosure, myth
Number of Pages: 153
Published: 2011-09-07
ISBN-10: 0615538401
ISBN-13: 9780615538402

The Myth behind Foreclosure, Wall Street, Big Banks and You! is a "Girl from Detroit series " that gives people the tools to help during foreclosure and unlawful attacks on your property. The book is focused on keeping the public up to date with the latest laws and provisions that can save their home! The author was on the ground floor before, during and after the crisis. The author is a licensed real estate broker; who tells a compelling story of how she came up in the "real estate game" and now, how she helps people to get out of the foreclosure crisis and banking fraud mess."Myth Behind For

Author: Walter Judson Moore
Publisher: Walter Judson Moore Imprints
Keywords: life, new, russia, drama, development, letters, novel, titov
Number of Pages: 544
Published: 2005-06-01
ISBN-10: 1411632028
ISBN-13: 9781411632028

BOOK DESCRIPTION: In The Titov Letters, teenage Nina comes of age in - and in spite of - early 1990s Russia as she and her friends tell about life, privations, successes, attempted coups, abortion and worse, while her father shepherds a colleague's barter enterprise to riches.Four friends transition from secondary school to university or conservatory and then to not always blissful married life and careers. Juxtaposed and linked with their lives is the enterprise and threats of violence from a greedy pseudo-oligarch high in the Kremlin.Rich detail of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, rural Lodeyn

Author: Akeel I. Di
Publisher: NCC Blackwell
Keywords: practical, introduction, sql, language, query, structured
Number of Pages: 190
Published: 1994-05-01
ISBN-10: 1855543575
ISBN-13: 9781855543577

CONTENTS1INTRODUCTION1.1A Collection of Related Data : Databases and Database Management Systems.1.2The Database as a Collection of Tables: Relational Databases and SQL.1.2.1Tables, Columns and Rows.1.2.2The Primary Key.1.3Communicating to the DBMS What You Want it to do: Introduction to the SQL language.1.4A Research Project Conducted by IBM: The History of SQL.1.5SQL Commands Build Upon Themselves: Organization of This Book.1.5.1Notational Conventions.2A ROUGH GUIDE TO SQL.2.1Consider the Simple Address Book: A Basic Relational Database.2.2SQL Commands Fall into Different Categories: Subdivi

Author: William M. Gouge
Publisher: Nabu Pre
Keywords: money, paper, account, provincial, continental, including, united, history, banking, short, states
Number of Pages: 402
Published: 2010-02-12
ISBN-10: 1144341345
ISBN-13: 9781144341341

From the BookA brief exposition of the principles of Banking, was all that the writer originally intended to give. In the first draft of the work, the historical sketch was part of a chapter. It has been extended to its present length, from a belief that a tolerably full account of incidents in the History of American Banking would be acceptable to the reader. If additional illustrations of the nature of the system were wanted, they might be derived from its history in Great Britain. These, our limits will not permit us to introduce. We have, however, room for a sketch of the changes of

Authors: Berin Szoka, Adam Marcus,
Publisher: TechFreedom
Keywords: internet, future, essays, decade, digital
Number of Pages: 576
Published: 2010-12-11
ISBN-10: 1435767861
ISBN-13: 9781435767867

TABLE OF CONTENTS  Foreword  7 Berin Szoka 25 Years After .COM: Ten Questions  9 Berin Szoka Contributors  29 Part I: The Big Picture & New Frameworks CHAPTER 1: The Internet’s Impact on   Culture & Society: Good or Bad?  49 Why We Must Resist the Temptation of Web 2.0  51 Andrew Keen The Case for Internet Optimism, Part 1:   Saving the Net from Its Detractors  57 Adam Thierer CHAPTER 2: Is the Generative Internet at Risk?  89 Protecting the Internet Without Wrecking It:   How to Meet the Security Threat 91

Author: Robert P. Murphy
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Keywords: economist, lessons
Number of Pages: 422
Published: 2010-10-25
ISBN-10: 1933550880
ISBN-13: 9781933550886

We are beyond mere excitement about Lessons for the Young Economist. It is easily the best introduction to economics for the young reader because it covers both pure economic theory and also how markets work (the domain of most introductory books). Robert Murphy has the right frame of mind and mastery of the subject matter to provide the best possible pedagogy. The logic is super clear. The organization is impeccable. It achieves a great balance between plain old economics and that aspect of economic thought that is considered particularly Austrian. Therefore, it prepares the student for both
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