Your Questions About Paper Trading Free

Betty asks…

I have two question about GameStop trade-ins.?

1. Can a Game Informer Subscriber Extra Trade In Value thing be used with a seperate trade in deal at Gamestop?

2. What could I get at Gamestop if I sold Super Paper Mario for the Wii, Mario Party 8 for the Wii, Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks for the PS2, SpongeBob Double pack for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh GX Duel Academy for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh Destiny Board Traveler for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh The Eternal Duelist Soul for the GBA, and Sonic Advance 3 for the GBA in store credit.

Note: Please don’t say that I should sell it for more at Ebay or something.

Note: Please don’t give me a price with my Member Discount or any current trade in offers. Please just tell me how much it is in STORE CREDIT normally ONLY.

Thank you to anyone who answers these questions.
1. Can a Game Informer Subscriber Extra Trade In Value thing be used with a seperate trade in deal at Gamestop?

2. What could I get at Gamestop if I sold Super Paper Mario for the Wii, Mario Party 8 for the Wii, Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks for the PS2, SpongeBob Double pack for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh GX Duel Academy for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh Destiny Board Traveler for the GBA, Yu-Gi-Oh The Eternal Duelist Soul for the GBA, and Sonic Advance 3 for the GBA in store credit.

Note: Please don’t say that I should sell it for more at Ebay or something.

Note: Please don’t give me a price with my Member Discount or any current trade in offers. Please just tell me how much it is in STORE CREDIT normally ONLY.

Thank you to anyone who answers these questions.

I am talking about money wise.

John answers:

Dont trade it at gamestop trade it on goozex. Send out ur 1st game and u get 200 points and 2 trade credits 4 free. Save up points receive games.

Http://www.goozex.com/trading/asp/join.asp?idr=553268160821

Sandy asks…

Good topic for a European research paper?

Im doing a research paper for my Social studies class, I cant think of a topic so please leave a topic and thesis statement. (It has to be about 6 pages long, so i need a topic that has alot to write about!)

John answers:

How about “Free Trade – Knight in Shining Armour or Trojan Horse”?

Free trade is a big topic everywhere right now and the EU supposedly allows free trade between member countries.. But at what cost?

Free trade is one of the most debated topics in economics of the 20th and 21st century. Arguments over free trade can be divided into economic, moral, and socio-political arguments.

Karl Marx advocated Free Trade, i.e. Capitalism, because (a) whereas Protection builds up the nation-state, Free Trade breaks it down, as a prelude to the creation of a world-state by the Capitalists (b) Free Trade breaks down traditional culture, as a prelude to the creation of a world culture (c) Free Trade exacerbates class warfare, and through this the Capitalists will lose control of the world-state – they will be defeated by the impoverished classes, with the help of their backers in the higher classes.

“It is yet another Civilized Power, with its banner of the Prince of Peace in one hand and its loot-basket and its butcher-knife in the other. ” — Mark Twain, To the Person Sitting in Darkness, 1901, describing the United States playing the European-style imperialist game in the Philippines.

For globalism to work, America can’t be afraid to act like the almighty superpower that it is.…The hidden hand of the market will never work without a hidden fist—McDonald’s cannot flourish without McDonnell Douglas, the designer of the F-15. And the hidden fist that keeps the world safe for Silicon Valley’s technologies is called the United States Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.

— Thomas Friedman, What the World Needs Now, New York Times, March 28, 1999. Quoted from Backing Up Globalisation with Military Might

Hope that gives you some food for thought

Sharon asks…

What to do with my free-time?

So graduated from high-school a few months ago. I got no job and im not studying so I got a lot of free-time at home. Friends aren’t really an option cuz I no longer keep in touch with them.

All I do is to sit at home doing nothing! Xbox just recently broke :/ Our only computer is this lame one that even can’t handle a single game. It’s my girlfriends computer and I moved in with her(she studies and works)…¨

P.S Activities which includes money is not an option either cuz we don’t have a lot of it.

So what could I do for fun?

John answers:

Create Artist Trading Cards! Get your friends involved and trade with them. Determine a theme, and then create Artist Trading Cards based on that theme. For example, one theme could be “Fantasy” and you could draw anything that you can think up, like unrealistic creatures. Another theme could be “Things that make you feel good” and you could create cards that include whatever in life makes you feel wonderful, like music, or games, etc. You could even create your own virtual world on Artist Trading Cards! By creating the themes, you are challenging yourself to think in creative ways. Artist Trading Cards don’t have to just be things you draw, either. You can paint or use other embellishments to create miniature works of art. The possibilities are endless! And because the trading cards are so small, they are easy to create and make a wonderful hobby. Artist Trading Cards are fun for people of all ages. Here is an article that explains how to get started:
http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2010/01/06/art-works-series-activity-17-artist-trading-cards/

Make your own booklet’s or mini-zines! This craft is fun and easy to do and requires just a single sheet of paper. Here’s how to make them: http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2010/10/06/october-is-national-do-it-yourself-month-create-your-own-greeting-card-books/
You could use these booklets for greeting cards, too!

Another idea is to create Worry Dolls. Worry dolls are small colorful dolls that you put under your pillow at night to take your worries away. You could make a bunch of the dolls, then donate them to a local children’s hospital for the sick kids that are there. Here is an article that shows you how to make them:
http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2009/11/18/art-works-series-activity-12-worry-dolls/

Create placemats, coasters, or decorate boxes or cans with magazine rods! This is a colorful project that is easy to do and has amazing results. Here’s an article that shows you how: http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2010/04/14/recycle-craft-magazines-rods-make-unique-art/

Make your own myriorama! A myriorama is an endless puzzle that was popular during the 1800s. They are fun to make and allow you to be very creative! Here’s how:
http://site.escapadedirect.com/blog2/2009/09/15/art-works-series-activity-4-make-your-own-myriorama/
Challenge yourself with this project, and continually create new cards to add to the puzzle. Over time, you could have hundreds of cards!

I hope these ideas help – have fun!

Mark asks…

Any Idea where I can get free rates (£/m2) for various residential trades. For example plastering, tiling etc.

Trades required: Painting, wallpapering, laminated flooring, plastering, carpet, floor screeds, timber framed & plasterboard walls, etc

Many Thanks in advance

John answers:

Find reputable companies from the paper, referrals, the chamber or BBB. Call them and they should give you free bids for the work.

Charles asks…

can anyone help me learn option trading.I will pay you when i start making money.?

John answers:

There are plenty of people who will help you with option trading, for free, if you first invest the time and effort to learn more about the subject first.

If you know very little about options, start at the OIC site

http://www.888options.com/

and read through the “basics” “advanced” and “strategy” pages. Then

(1) Start paper trading (simulating trades on paper without actually making them)
(2) Take the “online classes” at the OIC site mentioned above.

If you have questions while going through the above steps, do not hesitate to ask. As well as (or instead of, if you prefer) asking here, I suggest asking on the message board at

http://messages.yahoo.com/Business_%26_Finance/Investments/forumview?bn=4686677%23optionsquestionsansweredhere

You may also want to post paper trades on the message board at

http://messages.yahoo.com/Business_%26_Finance/Investments/forumview?bn=4686677%23optiontradestraderecommendations

where you may, or may not, get some feedback from options traders about the pros and cons of the trade.

Once you have the background from the above steps, buy and read at least one or two good books on options. “Options as a Stragegic Investment” by Lawrence McMillan is probably the most widely cited and praised option book, but it is long and, IMHO, a little dated. “Options Volatility & Pricing” by Sheldon Natenberg is another classic and widely praised book on options, but some people find it too technical. The important thing is to find a good book that you are comfortable with. You can browse through a number of books at a large library, a large bookstore, or at amazon.com to find those you like.

When you are ready to start doing actual trades (which may be before finishing reading any books you buy) start with small, relatively low risk trades. Many people say covered calls are good for novice traders.

Keep asking questions when you have them.

One final comment. Offering to pay someone when you start making money may get you advice that is not in your best interest. If you said you would pay me a certain number of dollars when you started making money, I might steer you towards strategies that will usually make money but that could have masive losses, while if you said you would pay me a certain percentage of your gains, I might steer you towards trades that had the potential to make massive gains or losses, since I would profit if there were huge gains but have no loss if you lost all your money.

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