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    A financial market can be defined as a marketplace where assets such as equities, bonds, currencies and derivatives are traded between buyers and sellers. Financial markets are also known to have the following characteristics, transparent pricing, conditions and regulations on trading, fees and costs (Investopedia). Bonetti and Cobham (1992) state that financial markets can be seen as a system which allows ultimate lenders also referred to as the economic agents to lend money ultimate borrowers. Ultimate lenders are those who save out of their incomes whereas ultimate borrowers are the ones who invest and buy these assets. The UK financial market has three components which form the market, the stock (equity) market, bond (debt) market and the foreign exchange market. When a company needs to raise money it issues shares which allows you to buy a % of the company. This is done through an initial public offering (IPO) which is the act of issuing shares on the stock exchange for the first time. The prices of shares vary from company to company as it depends on the estimation of how much it is worth and the amount of shares available on the market. After the IPO, shares are continuously bought and sold between traders however the company receives no money from these transactions. (Patton, 2015). According to the Investment Association of Canada (2008) bonds are issued when companies need funds to expand their business. There are two types of bonds in the UK, government bonds and…

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    The Acceleration Candlestick Pattern 2016 has been a volatile year, with most asset classes moving in sharp bursts. Most traders stay away from such markets, however, I want you to capitalize on this. Hence, in this article, I will teach you how to enter and exit a fast moving market with a low-risk setup. As always, we will formulate certain entry rules to avoid getting whipsawed. What is momentum trading Momentum trading is piggybacking on a market moving strongly in one direction. The…

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    have shortcomings and lack the in depth explanation or causality of the complex Intermarket relationships. Moreover, these methods like neural networks and manual or automated technical analysis assume a fixed relationship and do not accommodate well to the ever changing dynamics in the global economy and the change in the relationships (divergence/decoupling) between these four markets. Many factors influence the change in the relationships between these markets, among them Geo-political…

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    Many times in life as a young adolescent its hard for us to find who we truly are and come up with a plan for the future. I have known many of my friends who have trouble finding themselves and rely on their parent's ideas to what they should do in their future. According to Marcia's Four Identity Statuses, that explains the statuses that can occur to the individual when the individual's future is determined by someone else. However, Piaget sees a different point of view and says that most young…

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    attitude of “who needs college”. After my stint in college, it wasn’t long before I realized that a customer service position at a local grocery store was not something I wished to do for the rest of my life. I started to contemplate different opportunities available for someone with a high school diploma and a couple of years of college credits in a field that I couldn’t care less for. I decided I had to pursue a career path that interested me; I decided I wanted to get back to my love for…

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    a consulting firm in matters concerning the veterinary practices and also the general clinical practices. The Vetter software company is one of the most famous companies in this field which has a mission of “delivering innovation that helps coordinate and improve the care and health of the world 's animals”. The company also aims at helping the veterinary sector to gain profits, which assist the users of the software to have the financial strength which is required of them. The onwards system…

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    Chapter 17. Writing Informational Reports 1. Chapter 17 discusses something known as an informational report. An informational report “informs or instructs and presents details of events, activities, individuals, or conditions without analysis” (“Report,” n.d.) as the University of Minnesota notes in an online module. The common goals of these reports is to explain why or how something in particular happens, as the textbook notes. Taking many forms, informational reports are a large part of…

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    Veterinary Office Management Research Project There are a slew of programs that are offered to aid in the veterinarian office. The purpose of the evaluation of software is to explain the difference in software and how it can work for each practice 's individual needs. Many programs are offered for veterinarian software, however, only a few stood out to me, they were AVImark, EzyVet, and IntraVet. Most all the programs that are on the market do about the same, from creating invoices, being…

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    Society of Technical Communication does not allow you to see all of its website, if you do not have a membership. It only gives you a glimpse of technical communication and its definition. It also gives a brief history of the website and what it was designed for. Like Society of Technical Communication, Patient Provider Communication gives a brief description and history of its websites. However, Patient Provider Communication is free to access, and it also gives us full essays. Moreover, they…

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    The ecological perspective concentrates on the dominate children and their needs with the levels of diversity that are addressed in the class. These can include linguistic issues, physical problems which can be a maimed hand, psychological things like ADHD. Children that have these needs that when they take care of them it can support a conducive culture where the children can have access to the same learning places and their chances of making sure a decent system are reached for all the…

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