Your Questions About Successful Trading Companies

Ruth asks…

Starting a construction company?

So I really want to have a Construction business when I am older, I think not only that is a business you can make big bucks in if you do it right. But, I am also a football lineman and live in a rural forest so I do a lot of manual labor, I get things done physically, and this company will let me keep working and smelling to high havens when I get home which makes me feel successful But I have a few questions for you Yahooians and see what you can ponder.

1st off, how really do you start a successful construction or trade company? I am thinking about majoring in business at my nearby University then later start the business. What do you think?

Question #2, okay, I know there are a lot of aspects to construction, such as:
Asbestos & Mold Removal
Building Construction
Woodworking
Cleaning Services
Demolition & Site Prep
Electrical
Excavation
Fencing & Decking
Flooring & Tiling
Handyman
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Junk Removal
Landscaping Services
Locksmith
Masonry
Painting & Wall Covering
Paving & Concrete
Plastering, Drywall & Ceiling
Roofing
Tree Service
Welding & Metal Work
Windows & Doors

How many of these specialties can a construction company plan to be able to do? Sure you can know how to do all, but what seems realistic?

I thank you for reading my question and thoroughly appreciate it! Any imput I will enjoy to hear.

John answers:

To do it right,you need to go to Nigeria and study under the people there..this will take all of a decade. Then when you get back,you will know almost everything. Then you can start your company. Good luck. Have a nice trip.

George asks…

What do you think of my piece or writing?? How can I improve?? DUE TOMMORROW HELP?

“What you see is what you get”

Do you think hard work pays of at the end? Of course, it does. People whole have a goal will only be achieved by desire. I’ve learnt about hard work through first hand experience and by observing others.

I am really inspired by hard workers because when ever they do something they put in a lot of effort. When ever I do something I make sure that I’ve tried my best. Even if I’m not good at it I won’t be disheartened as I know I have other talents in life.

An example of hard work paying off is Alan Sugar. During his child hood he lived in a council flat because his parents were relatively poor. As a young boy he tried to make money by selling ginger beer and other types of scraps of material. Sometimes he earned more than his father. Back in the 50’s underneath the roads were wooden blocks covered in tar. Alan sugar use to cut them up and sell them so that it would be a competition with the hardware store. When Alan did this he was only 11 years old. He also sold aerials from a back of a van.

Alan then decided to set up an electrical goods company in 1968, aged 21. This company was named AMSTRAD is named after Alan’s initials and the Trad stands for trading. This company made him a millionaire.

“I had no idea I would be so rich and successful. When I first started out my priority was to be self-sufficient and independent,” this is what Alan Sugar said about his successful career. This is really inspirational quote for me because he’s telling us that we can thrive to achieve the best if we put our heart and soul into it.

“Never underestimate me because you will be making a fatal error.” I adore the personality of Alan as he is honest and out spoken. From this quote you can see that he is confident with who he is. That inspires me a lot to be a person full of self-belief. When I’ve been underestimated it just makes me stronger. I use to care about the things said about me. I use to cry and moan about how I can change myself to make others think differently about me. I stopped caring when I realized that I need to be strong and pleased with who I am.

John answers:

You can start by checking your spelling. You have several errors with grammer.

Charles asks…

Three Multiple Choice Geography Questions! PLEASEEE HELP!?

1. What is a major reason for the failure of West Africa’s coastal countries to create successful economies?

A) The region has been unable to borrow money for development.
B) The cost of the region’s imports exceeds the value of its exports.
C) Most European nations avoid trading with West Africa.
D) The region exports only manufactured goods and not raw materials.

2. Tanzania’s government turned around the country’s failing economy by

A) forcing people to move into towns and to work on collective farms.
B) paying farmers a price for their crops that allowed them a profit.
C) creating government mining companies to mine the natural resources.
D) obtaining foreign loans that allowed the buildup of small industry.

3. The focus of movement in Kenya for centuries has been toward the

A) lands of northern Kenya.
B) northeast coastal lands of Kenya.
C) the fertile lands of the central highlands on either side of the Great Rift Valley.
D) lands in the north and the northeast of the country.

Thanks so much in advance for all the help!

John answers:

C A A

i just answered this question lol

Jenny asks…

Three Multiple Choice Geography Questions. PLEASEEEE HELP!?

1. What is a major reason for the failure of West Africa’s coastal countries to create successful economies?

A) The region has been unable to borrow money for development.
B) The cost of the region’s imports exceeds the value of its exports.
C) Most European nations avoid trading with West Africa.
D) The region exports only manufactured goods and not raw materials.

2. Tanzania’s government turned around the country’s failing economy by

A) forcing people to move into towns and to work on collective farms.
B) paying farmers a price for their crops that allowed them a profit.
C) creating government mining companies to mine the natural resources.
D) obtaining foreign loans that allowed the buildup of small industry.

3. The focus of movement in Kenya for centuries has been toward the

A) lands of northern Kenya.
B) northeast coastal lands of Kenya.
C) the fertile lands of the central highlands on either side of the Great Rift Valley.
D) lands in the north and the northeast of the country.

Thanks so much in advance for all the help!

John answers:

C A A

im not sure but i think these are the correct answers

Mary asks…

When you trade CFDs, does following the news & trends, whatever the direction work to make a profit?

I have a practice CFDs, (contracts for difference) trading account with cityindex, and until a few months ago I’ve learned quite a lot about the stock market, how it works, operates etc and I know quite a bit about how to interprit fundamental and technical data to make trading decisions, also.

What I would like to know is if I were to look at a chart for all time scales such as 5 minutes to, say, 6 months and the general direction is up and there is good news that the company is about to release a successful product that many investors in the company like the sound of for profit potential, would this be a good buy signal by following the trend and placing a buy-order trade and could it work to make a handsome profit for my CFDs account?

John answers:

Following a longer established trend is usually a pretty safe way to trade a market and provides you with some peace of mind that you are not trading against the market. Also, if a company is to release a trading update and the price is up this usually means that the trading update will be positive – insiders also have first knowledge of this information!

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