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Learn Forex – A Lesson From a Group of Super Traders You Need to Know to Make Big Profits

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

If you want to learn Forex trading you can and you can make money but the fact is that 95% of all traders lose. Here we will look at a group of super traders and how they make millions after just a few weeks training. If you learn how they did it, you can get a headstart on the road to Forex trading success.

There are a huge group of traders, who think they can win by making no effort and following a cheap, junk bit of software. These packages offer financial freedom, for a hundred dollars or so and it’s obvious making money with no effort is not possible in Forex trading, because 95% of traders lose money!

On the other hand, there are a huge group of traders who think working hard and being complicated and clever is the way to success but it’s not. Forex trading is essentially simple, simple systems work best and this leads us on to the lesson of a group of super traders, who achieved success quickly and with a simple trading system.

Trading legend Richard Dennis, set out to prove anyone could learn to trade and make great Forex profits. He got a group of ordinary people, none with trading experience, who ranged from a security guard to kid just out of school and taught them to trade in just 2 weeks.

After their education he let them trade and the results they achieved were outstanding with over hundred million in profits made in just 4 years!

You may see Dennis taught them a secret or complex system but he didn’t, it was a simple long term trend following strategy based on breakouts, with some money management rules and was so simple anyone could learn it.

The real to the success of the traders, was the mindset he gave them. He taught them to take a large number of losses and keep them small and then to have the courage to run big profits when they came. The system lost far more trades than it made but won because losses were taken quickly and profits were ran for a long time.

Most of the traders said the system was easy to learn but the problem they had was staying disciplined in the face of losses. Sure they did this but its not easy for any trader and if you think it is – you probably haven’t traded!

Its hard but its based on confidence in what your doing and staying focused on the long term and ignoring short term losses. While any trader can get discipline, most let their egos get involved, deviate from their system and lose.

If you want to win you can and while you may not get as rich as the traders Dennis taught, just like anyone who picks up a set of golf clubs won’t play like Tiger Woods but if you learn Forex the right way, you can play the game of Forex and win.

In terms of Forex trading, no venture can offer you such high rewards for your effort as the group Dennis taught proved – just get a simple system and adopt a disciplined mindset and you are on the road to a great second income in around 30 minutes a day.

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Gas and Fuel Saving Tips You Need to Know Today

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

Save gas, save fuel, save money. use less gas today will put more money into your pocket for tomorrow. The top gas saving tips for todays’ crisis are all simple to do, simple to follow, and has its rewards. What can we do about gas prices is follow these simple tips to save gas.

1. Slow Down…nothing fancy about that, nothing special to do, nothing that is life altering. No speed racer around town, or down the highway, and leave early enough so that you are not late for an important meetings for work or to bring the kids to school. Give this try it for a couple of days and you will see what a difference this can make to your wallet. Slow down on the freeway and the streets around town and save gallons in fuel which adds up to alot of money.

2.Check Your Tire Pressure…a simple tire pressure check will add mileage per gallon to your drive. Probably one of the most ignored component on our cars, tire pressure. We all take the tire pressure for granted. Under inflated tires makes your car work harder on the road. Check your pressure at least twice a month, ask the service station to check them on your next fuel up.

3.Check Your Air Filter…is it full of dust, blocking air flow? Check it of course only if you know where it is. . My guess is not too many folks can answer that question. Naturally a good time to check the air filter is when you have an oil change or when you have you oil checked. But now with the price of gas at an all time high, make it a point to check it this week.

4.Gentle Acceleration…No jack rabbit starts off the line on a green light, this is not a drag strip. Slow it down baby to a nice casual pace and you will see your gas needle slow down as well, and there is a good chance you will not get a ticket for speeding. what can we do about gas prices…nothing. But a tip to save gas is to slow down.

5.Keep it Steady, Do as the truckers do…keep a nice steady pace while driving on the freeway, or around town. No zig zag driving, no Mario Andretti, just a nice drive casual pace is all you need to get to your destination. A constant, steady pace will keep you from burning fuel when have to accelerate. Leave yourself plenty of time to get to work, or to get the kids to school of the soccer game. When we start to rush, we tend to burn more fuel than we need to.

6.Clean Out the Trunk…When is the last time you looked at the trunk? How many things are in the your trunk that is adding weight to your vehicle. This extra weight is adding to your fuel consumption. Immediately upon reading this take out the golf clubs, take out the bag of sand, take out any thing that is adding weight, that is adding to your fuel consumption.

7….Get back to nature. On cool days or as frequently as possible, open up the windows and drive with no air conditioning. Automatic fuel savings when not using your air. Again, we are looking to conserve fuel here.

So there you have a few tips to save gas. Put these tips into action and you will start to see the savings this week. Now if you start to use these tips to save gas you will not only save fuel, but you will keep a few dollars in your pocket. So what can we do about gas prices? Tip number eight will be to by a diesel car and make your own bio diesel fuel…and you will save thousands.

 

Peter researches and markets many iems over the internet. He has been in business for himself for over 25 years. Visit him at JP Global Sales

Basketball in Austin: All you need to know about the Austin Toros

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

If youâ??re a basketball fan in Austin, Texas, youâ??re in luck. The Austin Toros are a minor league basketball team located in Austin. They play their home games at the Austin Convention Center. Although theyâ??ve only been located in Austin for the past four years, this team has quickly become one of the best forms of entertainment in the city.

The Austin Toros originally started as the Columbus Riverdragons from Columbus, Georgia. The franchise was awarded to Austin in mid 2005. By August, the new name of â??the Torosâ? was revealed along with the official colors â?? red, blue and gold. Recently the team was acquired by the San Antonio Spurs and the team colors were changed to silver and black to mimic the Spursâ?? colors. They became the second Development League team to be purchased by an NBA team.

On February 22, 2007, the Toros head coach Dennis Johnson had a heart attack and died shortly after a work out with the players. An interim coach was used for the rest of the season and then Quin Synder became the head coach for the following 2007-2008 season.

The Toros are part of the NBA Development League also known as the NBA D-League. This league is the NBAâ??s official minor league system. It is used as a place to develop talent to move up into the majors. The Toros are part of the Western conference along with the Albuquerque Thunderbirds, Bakersfield Jam, Idaho Stampede, Los Angeles D-Fenders, Reno Bighorns, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Tulsa 66ers and the Utah Flash.

The 2009-2010 season will run through April 3rd, 2010 with 25 home games in the season. Tickets are available through the official Toro website in many different forms. Season ticket holders get tickets for every home game with reserved seating, discounted parking, playoff priority tickets and 10% off of all merchandise. Group tickets can also be purchased at a discount for church groups, youth groups, clubs and more groups. Groups can also arrange for a visit from the mascot â??Toro the Bullâ? and recognition over the loudspeakers. Individual game tickets go on sale each October.

Attending a Toros game is a great way to see future NBA stars in the minor leagues. For example, five players from the 2007-2008 Championship season were asked to participate in NBA training camps and advancing to the major leagues.

In addition to providing entertainment to Austin residents, the Toros also take part in local charity events. In October 2009, the Toros will team with Southwest Key Programs to sponsor the Fore the Kids Golf Classic to take place on October 19th at the Grey Rock Golf Club. The tournament will start at 1:30 pm and will be followed by dinner, awards and a live auction. The Toros staff, mascot and dance team will be part of the daysâ?? events.

Austin residents can catch a game at the Austin Convention Center. Get your tickets from the website or by calling the convention center directly.

Joe Cline writes articles for Austin real estate. Other articles written by the author related to Lakeway real estate and Austin Texas real estate can be found on the net.

5 Reasons You Need to Invest in a Launch Monitor

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

It is not that country clubs and golf professionals are always trying to find an advantage over a competitor, but it is currently more important than ever. Making an investment into a good launch monitor will help you increase revenues. Here are five advantages to purchasing a golf launch monitor for your facility.

1. A golf swing launch monitor will give and or your students a starting point or a baseline. These numbers are what the student will base their improvement on later.

2. The unit can help you validate that the golf equipment that the student is using is the correct equipment for them. We all have had the guy who is not young anymore standing in front of them and he insists that he has always hit a stiff staff and that is what he needs. With a monitor, you do not have to be the bearer of bad news. The machine is and now you can put him in something in accordance with the student’s current skill level.

3. Using golf swing launch monitors, your students can refine their short game distance control & consistency by mastering their 1/2 and 3/4 wedge shots. This process is known as gapping. This is mainly for your better players but you will be surprised at how many mid handicaps can improve their game with this knowledge. Your students will have the opportunity to improve their distance control and consistency with their driver as well as their irons.

4. You or your students can use the personal launch monitors for on-course playing lessons. This helps a few different ways. First now that you know how far each club goes, the student can better understand course management and make better decisions. Second, as we all know the swing changes on the golf course. In addition it may change after playing some holes as the student becomes tired. Even though they are usually like little kids and will never admit it.

5. Information from a higher end golf launch monitor will allow your student to relate to the club head at impact to actual ball flight. Most of these monitors come with computer software that also tracks the club head through impact. The student can then compare that to the ball flight to increase the learning curve as they are able to track the improvement of ball striking efficiency and solidness of hit with virtually every club in the bag.

As all country clubs and golf professionals are looking for an advantage to help sell products, themselves or their services to generate more revenues, a launch monitor can help in that venture. As our society becomes more and more attached to technology, it is spilling over into every area of their lives including their recreation. Club sales will improve as a member has hard data in front of them saying that one golf club is better than another. This benefits them and in the end will benefit you and your club as well.

Max Johnson of VGS Golf Learn more about Launch Angle. Shop for the Golf Launch Monitor.

Karate Uniform, Karate Gear: What Does Your Karate Kid Need For Her First Class?

Monday, June 14th, 2010

So you got your kid enrolled in your local martial arts school, congratulations! This is the first step to a rewarding journey for both you and her. You probably have a few worries about what lies ahead but at the same time you’re probably really excited to see your child get into the martial arts. So what equipment, uniform and gear do you need to buy for the first class — and how much should it cost?

One of the great things about the martial arts is that it doesn’t cost much to get started compared to other activities. For example a set of good golf clubs can cost as much as $1000 or more. Starting soccer can lead to multiple purchases of a soccer shirt and shorts, socks and cleats, shin pads and of course a good soccer ball. Baseball and football have similar requirements. Dance and ballet can also become quite expensive with all of the different costumes and outfits for the various recitals. You want your child to look good of course so you’re willing to buy whatever is necessary. But you don’t know much about karate.

Initially for martial arts training you only need a uniform (often called a gi) and that’s it. Of course there are other things you could buy such as a gear bag or a club T-shirt but essentially your only piece of equipment to get started is a uniform. A basic uniform should cost around $30 to $40 and sometimes, depending on the school, your first uniform is given to you FREE as a bonus for signing up for the initial program.
”OK, this sounds good. All I need is a uniform for $30 and I might even get it for free. This is a great deal, what am I missing here? What lies ahead that will affect my pocketbook?”

Well, you’re right to be a little skeptical but honestly you don’t need much money for karate equipment. Your biggest ongoing expense will be the cost of your tuition which is currently (as of January 2008) at an average of around $100 to $120 per month for a twice a week program. Community center programs are obviously cheaper and large schools that are located on busy streets in nice areas are obviously higher because they have to be to keep their doors open.

Concerning the equipment, these are the items that you will need to purchase as your child progresses through the ranks to black belt:

· Better quality uniforms (these can range from $60 for a mid-level uniform, to $100 for a good uniform, and all the way up to $200 for a top of the line uniform – your instructor should offer a good selection to fit the different budgets)

· Sparring gear – your child will need hand pads and shin & instep pads, and in all probability a gum shield and some headgear. All of this should cost you $100 or less depending on the quality of gear you buy. Often your instructor will offer the whole package for a discount and you should definitely take advantage of this to save a bit of money.

· Training gear – Martial arts requires a lot of practice and your child will probably need to practice at home as well as in class. To facilitate this you may need to buy some focus targets or a kick bag (either a hanging bag or a free-standing bag). These targets usually begin at around $20 for the basics, and a good kick bag will cost a little over $100. However be warned you could easily spend up to $500 on this type of equipment depending on how much your budget is, because there are all kinds of really cool training gear available.

· Weapons – Depending on your school, there may be a weapons requirement and again this will be an additional expense. Basic weapons don’t cost very much however and you probably won’t have to put out any more than about $20 per weapon just to be able to participate in the class. As usual of course there are multiple upgrade options and if your child wants to enter into tournaments then a better quality weapon will be required.

· Instructional support resources – Many schools offer books and DVDs for curriculum support and although these items are yet another expense they are a one-time investment that can be tremendously beneficial to your child’s ultimate progress and development. These tools will help your child practice at home and can also provide you, as the parent, with the means to offer support and help to your child as she progresses through the ranks. The cost of these resources will vary based on the different curriculum that is being studied but very often there are some excellent resources to be found online, on your club website or on other style specific websites. Be sure to do your research in addition to purchasing the necessary content support.

All in all the gear, equipment and uniform cost of practicing martial arts is minimal because in most cases all you need for the first couple of years is a uniform (or two), some sparring gear, some basic training gear for practice at home, an occasional weapon, and some instructional DVDs or books to take your child’s understanding to the next level. The estimated cost of all of this equipment is about $400 to $500 over a period of two years to fulfill the minimum requirements. If you break this down on a per month basis then you are looking at less than $20 per month on average for basic equipment costs for the first few of years of training.

The truth of the matter is that like every good parent you will probably spend more because you will want to buy your child some T-shirts and clothing, a gear bag, additional equipment and so on. But these things will still be considerably less than that set of golf clubs! And what’s more, you can use these items as valuable incentives for your child as they successfully make it through the ranks of their training.

If you need more help with this or any other karate subject, please be sure to download my FREE Report “Beginners Guide to Karate”. You will find out how to download it at http://www.freekarateinformation.com/

Good luck and best wishes on your journey in karate.

Paul A. Walker, is a 4th degree black belt karate instructor with over 25 years experience in the martial arts. In 2003 he attained his 4th degree black belt, after studying with the legendary Karate Master, Hirokazu Kanazawa in Tokyo for three years. Get more info at http://www.freekarateinformation.com

No Need to Miss Out on Golf in the Winter

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

If you are an avid golfer and golf is the game you love to enjoy during the spring, summer and fall months, you can now enjoy a game of golf during the winter with a golf vacation or a game of golf in your own home. The cost of a vacation may not be your budget, but if you could play the game right in your own home on the television, that would be a remarkable thing. The Wii has a game called Tiger Woods PGA 2007 out now that might not be the same as the real thing, but you can play the game and develop strategies that might just help you come spring.  

The game has eighteen different courses with eight challenging mini games as well. This is the best way to play some golf without leaving home. It will keep you in the game by allowing you to play some of the great PGA tour courses and you can learn different techniques that you might even try using in your game on the golf course. This game has all the makings of a new wave of golfing. It is fun, exciting and challenging. You might think it is just a game, but it is like the real thing. Wii is an amazing way to stay in the mind frame for golf.  

If you use the Wii to stay in the game during the winter, you will find yourself missing golf a little less during the winter months. Teach the kids how to play with you, or even the wife. You can make a family affair of it if you want to. You just need enough controls. You might even find yourself heading to an indoor golfing range if you have one close by to practice some of the techniques you are learning.  

If you have an indoor driving range nearby, this is a great way to stay on top of your game by practicing your swing and not allowing your body to become a little out of shape and practice. This is the one thing golfers worry about during the winter months. You might even find this time is good for finding a new set of golf clubs and trying them out before the golf season opens. You never went to buy a new set of clubs half way through the season, it may improve your game, but it might hinder it a little as well  

If you find that the game is not for you, you might plan a golf vacation. You can travel to Florida, Arizona and Las Vegas to play some golf. There are golf courses in other areas of the world as well. The same designers that have built golf courses in the United States built some of the courses around the world as well. Traveling around the world to play and spending some time enjoying the other sites around the golf courses will provide for a perfect vacation for you or the entire family.

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Traveling With Kids? You Can Rent What You Need?

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

   If you have ever traveled with children, especially your own, then you understand what patience is all about. After being asked “daddy are we there yet” for the 5th, 12th and even 20th time you may wish you opted for that DVD upgrade when you purchased your vehicle. Yes, at the time the extra $1200 seemed like too much for a TV with a 7” screen, but not now! There is still something to be said about peace of mind and you don’t have to spend $1200 to achieve traveling bliss with your family.

A portable DVD player can be rented for as little as $7.00 a day. It is definitely worth the price for back seat peace and front seat sanity. Some car rental dealers, like Budget Rent -A Car, will rent them to you as long as you are renting a car from them and you may be able to find one at your local video store. But, the best place to search for a local rental store that deals in portable DVD players is www.rentcharlie.com.- The Rental Search Engine. On www.rentcharlie.com you can geo-target a local rental company based on a keyword search. Simply type in what you need to rent and where you need it and www.rentcharlie.com does the rest.

Another headache when traveling on holidays with small children, especially baby’s, is where to put all their stuff. It amazes me how the smallest person usually requires the most space. You need a diaper bag, a bag for their clothes, plays things for the car and possibly the beach.  Maybe you bring their swing chair, high chair, playpen or even stroller. Once you load all that stuff into your vehicle you may find it difficult to find room for your own clothes and golf clubs are totally out of the question.

One thing you can do to assist with this problem is to connect with a rental company that deals in renting items for the little ones. Many of these baby specific rental companies offer delivery services to where you are staying, whether it is a hotel, a business or family a member’s home. A company that services Phoenix, Scottsdale and the Arizona metro areas is Sweet Pea Baby Rentals. They offer top quality rentals of cribs, high chairs, car seats, strollers, toys and more. Sweet Pea will also deliver and pick up the items you rent for free.

Little Traveler, located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada rents the Child Aviation Restraint System or CARES for short. CARES is a harness-style child safety device from Kids Fly Safe. It is designed specially for airplanes and is certified in the US as having an equivalent level of safety to a car seat for all phases of flight. Among other baby rentals, this makes Little Traveler an excellent service to those flying to and from Calgary.

GoGo Baby, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, also rents all the baby items you could need. They even have suggestions on things to do with your baby while visiting Toronto. They will even be able to suggest fun things to do with-out your children. That is if you can get some “you” time while away on holidays. There are many baby rental stores through-out North America and it is just a matter of finding one, once you arrive to your destination.

Rentcharlie.com has numerous baby rental companies, across North America, who have listed their rentals, making it easy to connect with a local baby rental company while away from home. So next time you are traveling with your children visit www.rentcharlie.com to help find a local rental company. Because peace of mind is sometimes hard to come by, even while on vacation.

Jeff Longald is V.P of Sales and Marketing for www.rentcharlie.com-The Rental Search Engine.

Virtual Shops – All the Golf Clubs and Golf Equipment you Need!

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Not many people know what golf is all about and they donâ??t even know what they are missing. Golf is not dedicated to the rich and wealthy. Golf is a sport that although requires some practice and it can even be practiced by kids! I believe there is a good player in each and every one of us. All you need is the right golf equipment. I think this is the part that most of you think of it as being extremely expensive and, above all, hard to find. I personally consider that this opinion is completely wrong. In this computer era that we live in today it just keeps getting easier and easier, so you can surely find all the golf equipment that you need.

Of course, the most important part of your gear is represented by your golf clubs. This is the bit were most people will back off when they look at the prices, or so they think so. Golf clubs are definitely not some real expensive items that you have to spend thousands of dollars to purchase them. Of course, there are people that have been taking golf and turning it into a fine art. Those people usually need several thousand dollars worth of golf equipment.

I think that everyone should have a game of golf sometimes. Golf is a simple sport with not too many rules and a fair sport because you canâ??t cheat thanks to the gameâ??s simplicity. If you have a set of golf clubs lying around your garage, donâ??t resort to selling them or just letting them rust there. You should just try a match and like many other individuals you might just get hooked. If you donâ??t have clubs, be sure to check the extensive selection presented online and discover the great prices!

Of course, golf equipment does not include only the golf clubs. There are lots of small things to watch out for. Simple things, like the kind of ball to use or what kind of â??Tâ?-s you buy, can influence your game in a bad or in a good way, depending on how your golf equipment suits your style of playing. Like any other sport, golf presents its own difficulties. Because you need quite a lot of space to play golf, this sport is played outside on flat or tilted surfaces. That is why you have to think twice before hitting the ball.

Take into consideration wind speed, height and angle and, more than certain, you will have a successful game. People of all ages can practice this sport, from 10 year-old kids to retired people that like to play a very peaceful and also rewarding sport. You just have to look at the successful players that practice this sport and the rewards are obvious.

Golf is one the few competitive, but at the same time peaceful, sports. This sport can combine the rivalry between you and one of your friends with spending some time and admiring natureâ??s wonders and beauties. Golf has gained a numerous fan base in the past years and it is believed that one day it will become an Olympic sport. And all of that thanks to the sportâ??s simplicity and, of course, to the most important thing, the fun factor. Golf is a cheerful and fun sport to play, as well as an excellent way of escaping from the toils and pressure of modern society, this is why it should be practiced by more and more people, all over the world.

Choosing wrong golf clubs equals with playing a losing game – and maybe for years. It is crucial to have the right golf clubs and the right golf equipment, in general, if you want to enjoy this sport and have many victorious competitions. And a lot of this can be avoided just by getting the right kind of help from golf specialists.