Your Questions About E Trade Paper Trading

David asks…

What did Medieval China receive from other countries by trade?

For a research paper
During 3-10 B.C.E
I actually have until 8:00 tonight for you guys to answer. 🙁
thanx for trying though kev. ^_^
nevermind THANK YOU kev

John answers:

They traded silk for wool, wine, grapes, and pigs. Hope this helps!!!

John asks…

Should i go to trade school or reg college?

Hi, i am 18 and in high school i use to cut soo much for many years.

however, i was enrolled in a ged class for 2 months, and last week, i found out that i passed. my guidance counselar filled out alot of paper work for me, gave me a CUNY college choosing book, and said come this tuesday with your dad’s income tax so i can fill out your requisted college choice+ financial aid.

Some kids next to me said that they were gonna go to trade school. Does any1 know know what that is?

Neyways…. i am not look for major courses like math, phsics, or those tough ones, i just want to maybe go to college for 2-4 years and get a decent degree. my interests is probably something easy that can be done with cpu’s (like programming or w/e) cuz i usually play cpu games alot and use it often. , nothing too hard. tho

can ne1 give me some recomendations on where to go and tell me what trade school is ?

thx for your answers.

oh, also, i’d like to point out that my ged scores where satisfactory so my guidance counselar told me that i need to go to a community college, then transfer to a 4yr college, ne1 care to explain that as well?


John answers:

It sounds like a technical college is right for you. Technical colleges offer 2-year AAS degrees which prepare you to get a job in your field of study. There are many different majors, including Computer Science, that you should look into. After receiving your AAS (associate’s of applied science) degree, you will be qualified to work with computers, or whatever major you choose!

I don’t want to sound discouraging, but there isn’t a major that is “easy”. There are many different options for technical college majors, though. Some majors to choose from are photography, fashion, interior design, management, marketing, finance, banking, computer science, office technology, cosmetology, culinary arts, and automotive technology.

Technical colleges also offer certificate programs and diploma programs, but associate’s degrees are much more valuable.

Congratulations on passing the GED by the way!

Mary asks…

How could two World Trade Center towers turn into a pile of dust in ten seconds without planned demolition?

See the paper on the subject by Steven E. Jones before you answer, please.

John answers:

I watched it i was like 10.4 seconds if you look at the video closely you can see bomb blasts like every 5-6 floors check my questions list i asked the same question also how can you fit a jumbo jet through a 16ft gap t the pentagon?

Sharon asks…

Can you please write a sample e-mail for me?

My Company name is “Mapsonsunic International” It is a trading Company in Dhaka, Bangladesh. My company is engaged in stationery business. As I have a strong sales team, I want to write a famous Paper Manufacturer of Australia for his Indentor ship/commission agency ship in Bangladesh so that I can promote the manufacturer’s paper product with my effort & get commission. Please help me giving a sample e-mail letter so that I can edit it & send the manufacturer for positive reply.

John answers:

You will need to get the names and correct titles of the people but the websites should tell you. Good Luck, Jackson.

Dear Mr. Amcor of Mr Visy,
by way of introduction, my company XYZ is a significant player in the Bangladesh paper resales market.

As such we are seeking agencies and products with which to broaden our offering and increase our already impressive sales volumes in our target market.

We have a high powered sales and marketing team in place and control a significant market share in our rapidly expanding region.

In this instance I am seeking to gauge your interest in supplying to this market and the possibility of our company playing a part in that involvement.

I would value you urgent response and look forward to discussions in this regard with you.

Sincerely, Me.

Robert asks…

Why do oil & gas prices keep on going up?

Twenty years ago, 21 percent of oil contracts were
purchased by speculators who trade oil on paper with
no intention of ever taking delivery. Today, oil
speculators purchase 66 percent of all oil futures
contracts, and that reflects just the transactions that
are known. Speculators buy up large amounts of oil and
then sell it to each other again and again. A barrel of
oil may trade 20-plus times before it is delivered and
used; the price goes up with each trade and consumers
pick up the final tab. Some market experts estimate
that current prices reflect as much as $30 to $60 per
barrel in unnecessary speculative costs.

Over seventy years ago, Congress established regulations
to control excessive, largely unchecked market
speculation and manipulation. However, over the past
two decades, these regulatory limits have been weakened
or removed. We believe that restoring and enforcing
these limits, along with several other modest measures,
will provide more disclosure, transparency and sound
market oversight. Together, these reforms will help
cool the over-heated oil market and permit the
economy to prosper.

The nation needs to pull together to reform the oil
markets and solve this growing problem.

We need your help. Get more information and contact
Congress by visiting

Robert Fornaro
Chairman, President and CEO
AirTran Airways

Bill Ayer
Chairman, President and CEO
Alaska Airlines, Inc.

Gerard J. Arpey
Chairman, President and CEO
American Airlines, Inc.

Lawrence W. Kellner
Chairman and CEO
Continental Airlines, Inc.

Richard Anderson
Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Mark B. Dunkerley
President and CEO
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.

Dave Barger
JetBlue Airways Corporation

Timothy E. Hoeksema
Chairman, President and CEO
Midwest Airlines

Douglas M. Steenland
President and CEO
Northwest Airlines, Inc.

Gary Kelly
Chairman and CEO
Southwest Airlines Co.

Glenn F. Tilton
Chairman, President and CEO
United Airlines, Inc.

Douglas Parker
Chairman and CEO
US Airways Group, Inc.
I guess most of you didn’t bother to read the ENTIRE question!

John answers:

I believe the speculators play a big role in the oil market. Hows this for another slap in the wallet. Did you know most of the oil we now get from Alaska is sold to Japan? I guess they get more for it from japan than they would if it was sold in america. How about the defense contract, that went to the french instead of an american firm like boeing? There is alot of bad going on in washington. Foreign countries hire american Lobbiest to lobby for them in washington. Congress bends to the will of these foreign lobby representatives instead of the will of the people. We need a complete overhaul of elected officials-they are too greedy and self serving. If Obama gets in your taxes will go up 54%. If even more democrats are elected were literally doomed. I am ashamed that I was once a democrat.

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