Your Questions About Successful Traders Rules

Sandra asks…

How to be a day trader?

How to be a day trader?
Im a college student taking up industrial design.

I have no knowledge of economics, finance, etc.

I want to day trade.
So what are the subjects I need to read?
I know to trade stocks you obviously need to have vast knowledge about business, finance, commerce, economics so that you can become successful at investing .

Day trading or investing of other forms is obviously gambling if you dont know a thing about busines finance commerce etc.

So what subjects and books do I NEED TO LEARN before starting day trading?

And do they require a college degree for day traders?
Or a license?
I know that question sounds weird but government rules are weird.

John answers:

The first thing you need is $25,000 to open a margin account. That is the minimum necessary to begin day trading. SEC rule. With that you are in business. Most day traders use some form of technical analysis, so it would be good to begin with books on that subject. Go to Amazon and search books “technical analysis”. There is even a “Technical Analysis for Dummies.” 263 different titles in the Investing category. I think they should have a different category though called speculating. That is really what day trading is.

To do day trading you really–in my opinion at least–do not need to know anything about economics, finance, etc. Day traders could probably care less. They are more interested in whether APPL is going to beat the street estimates and by how much.

George asks…

HELP! this is not homework its a pretest help its hard the skool didn’t give use ANYTHING to study with!!!!!1?

I NEED THIS IN BY MONDAY!!!!

1. Muslims must (1 point)
pray eight times a day.
save all their money.
fulfill the Five Pillars of Islam.
live in Makkah.

2. The Shiites believed that the Umayyads (1 point)
should not be in power.
should rule.
should pray more.
got special treatment.

7. What does Islam mean? (1 point)
surrendering to the will of God
go to the desert to pray
an eye for an eye
seek answers within yourself

8. Who were the first four caliphs? (1 point)
rulers who had a personal connection to Muhammad
a group of wealthy traders
five gods
missionaries to Africa

9. What country today has the largest Muslim population? (1 point)
Iraq
Indonesia
Iran
the United States

10. How did early Christians organize the church? (1 point)
as a democracy
by congregation
as a hierarchy
as controlled by the laity

17. Christians believe that if people accept Jesus and his teachings they will (1 point)
always be happy.
never do anything wrong.
be very wealthy.
be saved and enter heaven.

18. What Roman emperor ended the persecution of Christians? (1 point)
Augustus
Julius Caesar
Diocletian
Constantine

19. Byzantines believed that their emperor (1 point)
should report to the pope.
represented Jesus Christ on earth.
was immortal.
should be more religious.

20. Explain the argument between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. What were its origins and how did it end?

21. What was Muhammad’s message? What rules for daily living did he teach?

22. How did Muslims build the successful Arab Empire?

John answers:

Is this an academy connections kid? You are in big trouble. I am a teacher at connections academy. We will find out who is doing this.

Charles asks…

Help with social studies? Best answer gets 20 points!?

1. Muslims must (1 point)
pray eight times a day.
save all their money.
fulfill the Five Pillars of Islam.
live in Makkah.

2. The Shiites believed that the Umayyads (1 point)
should not be in power.
should rule.
should pray more.
got special treatment

3. Muhammad and his followers journeyed from Makkah to ____ during what is called the Hijrah. (1 point)
Damascus
Baghdad
Yathrib
Jerusalem

4. This city was located within the Eastern Roman Empire. (1 point)
Baghdad
Alexandria
Persepolis
Yathrib

5. Which city was located in the Persian Empire? (1 point)
Baghdad
Jerusalem
Alexandria
Makkah

6. This was located northeast of the Arabian Peninsula. (1 point)
Persian Empire
Byzantine Empire
Roman Empire
Sahara

7. What does Islam mean? (1 point)
surrendering to the will of God
go to the desert to pray
an eye for an eye
seek answers within yourself

8. Who were the first four caliphs? (1 point)
rulers who had a personal connection to Muhammad
a group of wealthy traders
five gods
missionaries to Africa

9. What country today has the largest Muslim population? (1 point)
Iraq
Indonesia
Iran
the United States

10. How did early Christians organize the church? (1 point)
as a democracy
by congregation
as a hierarchy
as controlled by the laity

Use the following quote to answer questions 14–16.

“So was I speaking and weeping in the most bitter contrition of my heart, when, lo! I heard from a neighboring house a voice, as of boy or girl, I know not, chanting and oft repeating, ‘Take up and read; Take up and read.’ Instantly, my countenance altered, I began to think most intently, whether children were wont [likely] in any kind of play to sing such words: nor could I remember ever to have heard the like. So checking the torrent of my tears, I arose; interpreting it to be no other than a command from God, to open the book, and read the first chapter I should find. . . . Instantly at the end of [the first] sentence, by a light as it were of serenity infused into my heart, all the darkness of doubt vanished away.”

—St. Augustine,
as quoted in The Discoverers

14.How was Augustine feeling at the beginning of the passage? (1 point)
happy
serene
puzzled
troubled

15. Why did the words of the child capture Augustine’s attention? (1 point)
He remembered them from his own childhood.
He had heard them so many times before from next door.
They were unusual words for a child to be saying.
The people next door did not have any children.

16. How much did Augustine read before his “doubt vanished away”? (1 point)
one word
one sentence
one chapter
one book

17. Christians believe that if people accept Jesus and his teachings they will (1 point)
always be happy.
never do anything wrong.
be very wealthy.
be saved and enter heaven.

18. What Roman emperor ended the persecution of Christians? (1 point)
Augustus
Julius Caesar
Diocletian
Constantine

19. Byzantines believed that their emperor (1 point)
should report to the pope.
represented Jesus Christ on earth.
was immortal.
should be more religious.

20. Explain the argument between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. What were its origins and how did it end? (3 points)

21. What was Muhammad’s message? What rules for daily living did he teach? (3 points)

22. How did Muslims build the successful Arab Empire? (3 points)

John answers:

1. Fulfill the Five Pillars of Islam.
2. Should not be in power.
3. Yathrib
4. Alexandria
5. Baghdad
6. Persian Empire
7. Surrendering to the will of God
8. Rulers who had a personal connection to Muhammad
9. Indonesia
10 as controlled by the laity
14.How was Augustine feeling at the beginning of the passage? (1 point)
troubled
15. Why did the words of the child capture Augustine’s attention? (1 point)
They were unusual words for a child to be saying.
16. How much did Augustine read before his “doubt vanished away”? (1 point)
one sentence
17. Christians believe that if people accept Jesus and his teachings they will (1 point)
be saved and enter heaven.
18. What Roman emperor ended the persecution of Christians? (1 point)
Constantine
19. Byzantines believed that their emperor (1 point)
represented Jesus Christ on earth.
20. Explain the argument between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. What were its origins and how did it end? (3 points)
http://www.ocf.org/OrthodoxPage/reading/ortho_cath.html

Carol asks…

Could you check my language mistakes ?

Legal status:
• Sole trader
The sole trader is the simplest way to run a business. There are many businesses within local area which may operate as sole trader (plumbers, hairdressers, cornel shops etc.). A sole trader is an individual who owns and operates own business. However, there may be some employees who help to run a business. All profit are available for the sole trader to spend or re-invest into the business. The difficult for a sole trader is that if he or she becomes ill there is no one to run the business. A sole trader may also find it difficult to obtain finance because a number of people together can inject more finance into the business than one person alone.
A sole trader has unlimited liability which means that the owner is responsible for the debts incurred by the business is things go wrong. For example if a sole trader cannot pay his or her bills, the personal assets like family home or car may be sold to cover outstanding debts.

• Partnership
Other business may decide to operate as partnership. In partnership, form 2 to 20 people share costs, responsibilities and risk of being in business. Partners have unlimited liability, which means that each partner is responsible for the debts of the other partners. A partnership agreement usually sets the responsibilities and rights of the partners and how the profits will be shared between the partners. This legal status also allows more capital to be used in the business that sole trader because it allows to raise capital for the business out of partners savings or with loans. Partners can also help to motivate each other and boost spirit when things go wrong. Partners can put more money and bring new skills into the business. An effective partnership needs to be made up of people with different skills and abilities because everyone can contribute ideas. For example one partner may be useful to give some useful advices to another partner. People with different skills and weaknesses are more likely to be successful. It also gives partners more personal freedom to take holidays because there is always someone to run the business.
Legal responsibilities
Careful attention needs to be paid to businesses’ staff and their rights. There are many laws affecting health and safety at work, paying and equal opportunities.

Health and safety
Stringent rules are set out to ensure that businesses do all they can to protect their workers. The main legislation in Britain is the Health and safety at Work Act. This set out the minimum standards which employers must maintain the working environment and workplace. This include:
• Businesses must provide all necessary safety equipment and clothing
• Making sue that workers have regularly brakes to test
• Employers must provide a safety working environment
• All businesses must have a written safety policy on display
• All businesses must keep temperatures comfortable

To prevent accidents in the work place and protect the work environment I must make sure that my own business meets all legal issues specially health and safety at work regulations and food hygiene legislation. I also need to provide adequate washroom and toilet facilities and create a hygienic and safety environment to work in.

John answers:

Legal status:
• Sole trader
The sole trader is the simplest way to run a business. There are many businesses within local area which may operate as sole trader (plumbers, hairdressers, cornel shops etc.). A sole trader is an individual who owns and operates own business. However, there may be some employees who help to run a business. All profit are available for the sole trader to spend or re-invest into the business. The for a sole trader is that if he or she becomes ill there is no one to run the business. A sole trader may also find it difficult to obtain finance because a number of people together can inject more finance into the business than one person alone.

A sole trader has unlimited liability which means that the owner is responsible for the debts incurred by the business is things go wrong. For example if a sole trader cannot pay his or her bills, the personal assets like family home or car may be sold to cover outstanding debts.

• Partnership
Other business may decide to operate as partnership. In partnership, 2 to 20 people share costs, responsibilities and risk of being in business. Partners have unlimited liability, which means that each partner is responsible for the debts of the other partners. A partnership agreement usually sets the responsibilities and rights of the partners and how the profits will be shared between the partners. This legal status also allows more capital to be used in the business sole trader because it allows to raise capital for the business out of partners savings or with loans. Partners can also help to motivate each other and boost spirit when things go wrong. Partners can more money and bring new skills into the business. An effective partnership needs to be made up of people with different skills and abilities because everyone can contribute ideas. For example one partner may be useful advice to another partner. People with different skills and weaknesses are more likely to be successful. It also gives partners more personal freedom to take holidays there is always to run the business.

Legal responsibilities

Careful attention needs to be paid to businesses’ staff and their rights. There are many laws affecting health safety at work, paying and equal opportunities.

Health and safety

Stringent rules are set out to ensure that businesses do all they can to protect their workers. The main legislation in Britain is the Health and safety at Work Act. This set the minimum standards which employers must maintain the working environment and workplace. This include:
• Businesses provid all necessary safety equipment and clothing
• Making sue that workers have regular brakes
• Employers must provide a safe working environment
• All businesses must have a written safety policy on display
• All businesses must keep temperatures comfortable

To prevent accidents in the work place and protect the environment I must make sure that my own business meets all legal health and safety regulations and food hygiene legislation. I also need to provide adequate washroom and toilet facilities and create a hygienic and safe environment to work in.

I’ve added most of the changes in angle brackets, and added a couple of comments too. This appears perfect for me, but my spelling may not be 100% accurate. I hope I helped.

Mary asks…

PLEASE ANSWER! ILL GIVE U MY PASSWORD AND EMAIL.LOL -ANYTHING-?

What made Aksum the most powerful kingdom of its time in East Africa?
A. Its powerful navy
B. Its control of the Red Sea trade
C. Its many advances in health and agriculture
D. Its fertile steppe

2. What effect did trade have on the development of Aksum’s culture?
A. The culture was like a close-knit clan, to protect itself from invasion.
B. Trade helped position the Aksum culture as an empire.
C. Its culture was diverse, influenced by the ideas and goods from other countries.
D. Trade had no impact on the culture of Aksum.

3. As a result of foreign trade, what occurred under King Ezana’s rule?
A. Silk and porcelain from China were used in the Aksum kingdom.
B. Invaders from India came and conquered Aksum.
C. The Swahili language developed.
D. Christianity became the official religion of Aksum.

4. In addition to raw materials, what else was exported from the East African coastal city-states?
A. Enslaved Africans
B. Woven cloth and textiles
C. Animals
D. Trees and plants

5. How was the development of Great Zimbabwe influenced by trade?
A. Great Zimbabwe traded its raw materials directly with foreign traders in its port cities.
B. It succeeded as a middleman between African gold miners and the East African coastal cities.
C. A majority of its residents were foreign merchants who relocated to Africa.
D. It built its Great Enclosure as a large marketplace for trade to take place.

6. How did trade play a role in the development of the Mutapa Empire?
A. The empire created a trade network in the interior parts of Africa.
B. The empire’s wealth came from selling gold to other countries and controlling trade in its region.
C. Trade of animals and woven textiles to other countries made the empire wealthy.
D. The empire’s population grew with the settlement of foreign traders on its land.

7. What was the effect of the monsoon winds on East Africa?
A. They caused devastation for newly formed city-states.
B. They prevented travel by water from April to October.
C. They led to increased trade with Middle East states.
D. They allowed for an increase in rain that provided for fertile soil.

8. Which of the following became the wealthiest city-state on the East African coast due to foreign trade?
A. Aksum
B. Kilwa
C. Ethiopia
D. Lalibela

9. Why was Zimbabwe a part of Africa’s trade network?
A. It produced frankincense from its rare Boswellia trees
B. It shared land along the coast of the Red Sea
C. It lay along the trade route between gold mines and the coast
D. It threatened to use military power if excluded from trade

10. What trade influence from the Aksum kingdom extended into the kingdom of Ethiopia?
A. A strong military force
B. An extensive agricultural society
C. The continued practice of Christianity
D. A successful foreign trade network

John answers:

B,C,D,B,B,B,C,B,C,D

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