Your Questions About Paper Trading Options

James asks…

How many “coincidences” do you have to string together to make the “official” 9/11 fairytale plausible?

*Insider trading (put) options on American and United
*Odigo employees warned 2 hrs before
*Mayor Willie Brown warned by Condoleezza Rice not to fly the day before
*PNAC’s “new Pearl Harbor”
*7 Hijackers still alive – FBI never revises their list
*Paper passport survives 500mph crash, massive fireball
*$100,000 wired to Atta on the 10th from Pakistani ISI
*Cellphones make impossible calls
*8 mile debris field from a plane that gets imbedded in soft soil
*100 ton airplanes “evaporate”
* Only 5 fuzzy frames exist from the worlds most surveilled building’s cameras
*100’s of eyewitnesses report multiple secondary explosions at WTC
* 7 crumbles into it’s own footprint at freefall from small fires
* Bush signs orders to attack Afghanistan on the 10th

ect.ect.ect.ect.ect.ect.
Once again with the childish ridicule from disinfo shills instead of mature rebuttal.

John answers:

Get a job, and then you wouldn’t have so much time to invest in thinking that there was a government conspiracy. I think you might have a conspiracy every bit as worthy of thinking about … To criticize your government while living off of the bounties they have extracted from others, who understand that there are people in the world that seek to do us harm.

Laura asks…

does any one remember the Carl Heald hauler kits and can tell me where I might find a owners manual with parts?

Carl Heald came out with kits for two, three and four wheel options. I have a four wheel hauler but traded it and then got it back but without the owners manual which had a big sheets of diagrams on parts and how to assenble it. Does anybody remember these and can you tell me where I might find the papers iam looking for. Thanks Brent in Tennessee

John answers:

No but might try typing into search box

Carl Heald hauler kits
Carl Heald hauler kits owners manual

from west tennessee or was anyways

Richard asks…

How is my critique paper so far???? PLEASE HELP?

In the article “A Call To Action” the author gives us a very important glimpse into the secret world of advertising and industrial businesses such as the major publicly traded sportswear and equipment supplier Nike. The author wastes no time and gets straight to the point by opening up and letting us see the true working condition that Nike places on their workers in outsourced factories such as the ones in Indonesia. The author aims to show the “average buyer” a bigger picture by giving them a comparison between their average Nike gimmick of advertising, and a more real and raw spoof Nike advertisement with the image of a warn down Indonesian worker shoeless, and stuck in a life of poverty.

The author uses logical reasoning by using the image of the Indonesian woman Nike spoof from the website (http://adbusters.org/spoofads/fashion/ni… He continues by using the photo as a tool to reveal the true backbone of the Nike industry rather than the sugar coated Nike we see from their advertisements. He uses strong examples such as the sentence “Whereas Nike commercials generally plunge their audience into a world where athletes accept suffering as a sacrifice for success, this photo lures its audience into the harsh reality of the life of an Indonesian worker”. By using that sentence the author gives the audience two options to choose from, either continue to live within the false world of materialism, or to be enlightened to the realities of the world and the unfairness hindering on innocent hard working people in third world countries. Once the reader is awakened to true intention of Nike the author continues to prove his point by asking the audience to take a moment to decide weather it is worth buying Nike’s brand just to be cool, than to support and stand up for humanity by saying no to Nikes brainwashing and false advertisements and to stop supporting such a company that would aim to profit of the wellbeing of others.

John answers:

This paper isn’t bad, but there are a few things I’d suggest to make it stronger.

1) Use the writer’s name instead of “the author.” The first time you use it, state the complete name. Subsequently, just use the last name.

2) You need to use commas more. Example: In the article, “A Call to Action,” Jones (or whatever the name is) gives us an important glimpse into the secret world of advertising and industrial business, such as the major publicly traded sportswear and sports equipment supplier Nike.” The best way to edit for commas is to read aloud, and insert a comma whenever a short pause occurs.

3) Break up your second paragraph into two or three paragraphs. Your concluding sentence is too wordy. Break it up into two or three sentences.

4) “He uses strong examples such as the sentence….” The beginning of this sentence should be deleted in favor of “Jones argues…”

5) Use additional sources.

6) Check for your teacher’s requirement for length; this paper seems too short

Remember, the essence of writing is rewriting. “I’m not a very good writer, but I’m an excellent rewriter,” James Michener said.

Nancy asks…

help me find the issue and alternative in accounting analysis paper?

hey guys, I am confused when reading this article, could anyone please help me find out the main issue and related alternative in this article?

IASB Revises Fair Value of Financial Liabilities
LONDON (MAY 11, 2010)
BY WEBCPA STAFF
The International Accounting Standards Board has published a proposed set of changes in the accounting standards for financial liabilities to address what it calls the “counter-intuitive” effects of fair value measurement.
The proposal follows work that has already been completed on the classification and measurement of financial assets in the IFRS 9 standards for financial instruments. The IASB is proposing limited changes to the accounting for liabilities, with the changes mostly confined to the fair value option.
The proposals respond to a viewpoint expressed by many investors and others in extensive consultations that the IASB has undertaken. They have told the IASB that volatility in profit or loss resulting from changes in the credit risk of liabilities that an entity chooses to measure at fair value is counter-intuitive and does not provide useful information to investors.
When the IASB introduced IFRS 9, many stakeholders around the world advised the IASB that the existing requirements for financial liabilities work well, except for the effects of changes in the credit risk of a financial liability (“own credit”) that an entity chooses to measure at fair value.
Building on that global consultation on IFRS 9, the IASB sought the views of investors, preparers, audit firms, regulators and others on the “own credit” issue. The views received were consistent with the earlier consultations: that volatility in profit or loss resulting from changes in “own credit” does not provide useful information except for derivatives and liabilities that are held for trading.
“Whilst there are theoretical arguments for treating financial assets and liabilities in the same way, it is hard to defend the accounting as providing useful information when a company suffering deterioration in credit quality is able to book a corresponding large profit, especially when investors tell us that such information is often excluded from their financial models,” said IASB chairman Sir David Tweedie in a statement.
The IASB is therefore proposing that all gains and losses resulting from changes in “own credit” for financial liabilities that an entity chooses to measure at fair value should be transferred to “other comprehensive income.” Changes in “own credit” will therefore not affect reported profit or loss.
No other changes have been proposed for financial liabilities. Therefore, the proposals will affect only those entities that choose to apply the fair value option to their financial liabilities. Those entities that prefer to bifurcate financial liabilities when relevant may continue to do so, which is consistent with the widespread view that the existing requirements for financial liabilities work well, other than the “own credit” issue that the new proposals cover.

John answers:

Hint: Look for the thesis statement and conclusion. You can get the point of what the article is all about. Also understand how the author relates his body paragraphs to his point.

I hope this helps!

Carol asks…

My financing fell through on my new truck…what options do I have?

I traded in my 2010 Honda Civic for a 2011 Chevy Silverado on 12/1. I was upside down on my Civic about $5k, so the dealership knocked the $33k sticker of the truck down to $27 to absorb that. I have a 730 FICO score so the salesman tells me financing is no problem, but I tell him I have only been at my new job for one month and asked if that was a problem. He says no because I have more than 2 years in the industry. I sign all the paper work, no money down and I leave in my new truck. Part of the $5k rebate that the dealership gave me on the truck was for financing through thier bank, and they call to tell me that they have declined my loan due to job history. It is now 12/6 and I am going into the dealership today to try to figure it out, but over the weekend I have decided that it was a mistake to buy a new truck and that I just want out. The dealership already told me that they wouldn’t be able to give me the $2k off that I originally got for financing through there bank. Since the contract I signed was for that certain deal, and I believe that they still have my Civic and have not paid the loan yet, can I back out of the deal legally without owing anything to the dealership here in Phoenix, AZ?

John answers:

Too bad your salesman was an idiot. He ought to know most banks need 3 months of pay stubs for them to accurately verify your income. One month is not enough time on the job unless you have killer credit where the bank does not require stips.

Since you have no deal, you should be able to unwind this easily. Take the truck back, tell them the deal is off and get your Honda back. Consider yourself lucky they did not wholesale your Honda. Otherwise, you would be walking.

Keep the Honda and stop being so impulsive. You don’t need more debt. Besides, the economy in PHX is terrible so why keep piling on the debt? Gas prices are going up and its impossible to find a job, so it makes no sense to buy something dumb like a truck.

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