Your Questions About Successful Trading Secrets

George asks…

Can you proofread my Lewis and Clark research report?

Not done, I just need more ideas and stuff..1st paragraph’s about why they went West, second paragraph was preparing for the expedition, third was the expedition, and 4th was did you know facts..

After purchasing the Louisiana Territory in 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore the land they had just bought. The secret point of Lewis and Clark’s expedition was to find a water route.

There were three different reasons why Lewis and Clark had to go explore the West. The public reason was because to have friendly contact with the Native Americans that wanted to trade goods. The secret reason was to find the Northwest Passage; a water route across North America that explorers have been seeking ever since Columbus came to North America (Diane 221). The last and other reason why Lewis and Clark set off to the West was to explore what the United States had bought.

To prepare for the expedition, Meriwether Lewis spent $2500 on about 2 tons to supplies needed for the trip. Lewis thought they had everything they needed. However, they had forgotten to bring a doctor, so when a member had gotten sick, Lewis and Clark had to heal the member themselves.
May 14, 1804 was nearing, the expedition was about to begin.

During the expedition, Lewis and Clark met a Shoshone woman [Sacagawea] when they hired her husband, Toussaint Charbonneau, as an interpreter, in November 4, 1804. They met about 50 different tribes, including the Kickapoo Indians and the Nez Perce Indians who helped them by feeding them food, and kept their horses safe while they were canoeing westward.

Did you know, during the expedition in Montana, the explorers ate 9 pounds or 4 kilometers of buffalo meat each day? That much meat would equal to 56 burgers a day!
After taking exactly 2 years, 4 months, and 9 days to find the Northwest Passage, meet Native Americans and to explore the West, Lewis and Clark were not successful in finding the water route. However, they did find over 300 species of animals and plants that were not known to scientists back then, such as the coyote and the owl’s clover. In addition to the achievements made by Lewis and Clark, they also established relations with the Native Americans, one of President Jefferson’s main goals (Briney).
My research report is focusing more of finding the water route not intently on Sacagawea..

John answers:

9 pounds or 4 KiloGRAMS. 4 kilometers of buffalo would be around 2 miles. Lol

Paul asks…

US History multiple choice! Help?!?

1) The objective of the Marshall Plan was to:
a) provide military assistance to Chinese Nationalists
b) limit nuclear stockpiles of the US and Soviet Union
c) rebuild west European nations that had been devastated during war
d) roll back Communism in Eastern Europe
e) divide Korea into separate nations, one communist, the other non-communist

2) In order to prevent Soviets from placing nuclear missiles in Cube, President Kennedy…
a) threatened to strike Moscow with US intercontinental ballistic missiles
b) impose a trade embargo on Cuba
c) appeal to the UN to send combat troops to Cuba
d) placed naval quarantine around Cuba
e) agreed to remove US missiles from Europe

3) Which is not associated with Lyndon Johnson’s presidency?
a) Medicare Act
b) Appalachian Regional Development Act
c) Voting Rights Act
d) 24th Amendment
e) supply-side economics

4) Who was the leader of the nationalist movement in Vietnam since WWII?
a) Mao Zedong
b) Ngo Dihn Diem
c) Dienbienphu
d) Ho Chi Minh
e) Nguyen Cao Kay

5) Joseph McCarthy was…
a) commander of UN forces in Korea
b) successful in exposing thousands of communist sympathizers in US government
c) congressman who strongly opposed US intervention in Vietnam
d) associated with the second red scare in the 40’s and 50’s
e) arrested and executed for revealing US nuclear secrets to Soviets

Any help would be appreciated! 🙂

John answers:


Lizzie asks…

why do conservaties constantly argue that obama is not a good president?

1. Ordered all federal agencies to undertake a study and make recommendations for ways to cut spending
2. Ordered a review of all federal operations to identify and cut wasteful spending and practices
3. Instituted enforcement for equal pay for women
4. Beginning the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq
5. Families of fallen soldiers have expenses covered to be on hand when the body arrives at Dover AFB
6 Ended media blackout on war casualties; reporting full information
7. Ended media blackout on covering the return of fallen soldiers to Dover AFB; the media is now permitted to do so pending adherence to respectful rules and approval of fallen soldier’s family
8. The White House and federal government are respecting the Freedom of Information Act
9. Instructed all federal agencies to promote openness and transparency as much as possible
10. Limits on lobbyist’s access to the White House
11. Limits on White House aides working for lobbyists after their tenure in the administration
12. Ended the previous stop-loss policy that kept soldiers in Iraq/Afghanistan longer than their enlistment date
13. Phasing out the expensive F-22 war plane and other outdated weapons systems, which weren’t even used or needed in Iraq/Afghanistan
14. Removed restrictions on embryonic stem-cell research
15. Federal support for stem-cell and new biomedical research
16. New federal funding for science and research labs
17. States are permitted to enact federal fuel efficiency standards above federal standards
18. Increased infrastructure spending (roads, bridges, power plants) after years of neglect
19. Funds for high-speed, broadband Internet access to K-12 schools
20. New funds for school construction
21 The prison at Guantanamo Bay is being phased out
22. US Auto industry rescue plan
23. Housing rescue plan
24. $789 billion economic stimulus plan
25. The public can meet with federal housing insurers to refinance (the new plan can be completed in one day) a mortgage if they are having trouble paying
26. US financial and banking rescue plan
27. The secret detention facilities in Eastern Europe and elsewhere are being closed
28. Ended the previous policy; the US now has a no torture policy and is in compliance with theGeneva Convention standards
29. Better body armor is now being provided to our troops
30. The missile defense program is being cut by $1.4 billion in 2010
31. Restarted the nuclear nonproliferation talks and building back up the nuclear inspection infrastructure/protocols
32. Reengaged in the treaties/agreements to protect the Antarctic
33. Reengaged in the agreements/talks on global warming and greenhouse gas emissions
34. Visited more countries and met with more world leaders than any president in his first six months in office
35. Successful release of US captain held bySomali pirates; authorized the SEALS to do their job
36. US Navy increasing patrols off Somali coast
37. Attractive tax write-offs for those who buy hybrid automobiles
38. Cash for clunkers program offers vouchers to trade in fuel inefficient, polluting old cars for new cars; stimulated auto sales
39. Announced plans to purchase fuel efficient American-made fleet for the federal government
40. Expanded the SCHIP program to cover health care for 4 million more children
41. Signed national service legislation; expandednational youth service program
42. Instituted a new policy on Cuba, allowing Cuban families to return home to visit loved ones
43. Ended the previous policy of not regulating and labeling carbon dioxide emissions
44. Expanding vaccination programs
45. Immediate and efficient response to the floods in North Dakota and other natural disasters
46. Closed offshore tax safe havens
47. Negotiated deal with Swiss banks to permit US government to gain access to records of tax evaders and criminals
48. Ended the previous policy of offering tax benefits to corporations who outsource American jobs; the new policy is to promote in-sourcing to bring jobs back
49.. Ended the previous practice of protecting credit card companies; in place of it are new consumer protections from credit card industry’s predatory practices
50. Energy producing plants must begin preparing to produce 15% of their energy from renewable sources
51. Lower drug costs for seniors
52. Ended the previous practice of forbidding Medicare from negotiating with drug manufacturers for cheaper drugs; the federal government is now realizing hundreds of millions in savings
53. Increasing pay and benefits for military personnel
54. Improved housing for military personnel
55. Initiating a new policy to promote federal hiring of military spouses
56. Improved conditions at Walter Reed Military Hospital and other military hospitals
57 Increasing student loans
58. Increasing opportunities in AmeriCorps program

John answers:

I didn’t see any mention of ‘shovel ready jobs’ ,obamacare, Solyndra or deporting uncle Omar or ‘recovery summer’. Mostly all i saw were lies and half truths

Ruth asks…

What is the secret to successful forex trading?

A complete newbie to forex trading, I am having difficulties figuring out where to look for information, but also what exactly to look for. Commodities? Bank quarterly results?

John answers:

Well you could take courses on US and World economics, read some financial economies books and/or know when and the fundamental news that affects price swings are reported. Stay clear during these volatile times because they can take out your stop in a heartbeat and a few beats later go back the other way. And remember that the news could already be mostly priced into the current price.

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Robert asks…

What is the secret to successful forex trading?

Can anyone tell me Secret to success in currency trading

John answers:

A complete newbie to forex trading, I am having difficulties figuring out where to look for information, but also what exactly to look for. Commodities? Bank quarterly results?

So, you want to learn how to trade currencies in the forex market? The process of trading currencies appears very straight-forward on the surface, but there’s more to it than meets the eye.

Currency trading tutorial is about to receive here will give you a basic idea of ??how things work. However, it should be noted that this tutorial is only scratching the surface. The Forex market is complex, fast and requires more seriously if you want to trade successfully.

Now that we have that the waiver form, let’s start by examining the fundamental unity of all those involved in trade: the “currency pair.

What are currency pairs?

Currency pairs are units of two currencies involved in forex trading. For example, if you want to sell U.S. $ to buy euros, which would be in the exchange rate quoted for the EUR / USD. Or, if you wanted to sell Euros to buy U.S. Dollars, which would be in the exchange rate quoted for the USD / EUR currency.

You may think, “Are not they the same thing?” Well, most are, but we must look to the right partner, in the correct order, based on the currency you are buying.

There are two reasons for this:

First, it is easier to calculate the results of their exchange in terms of how much of the base currency can be bought with the currency of your ‘date’. Your base currency is the currency you intend to buy, and the quote currency is the currency you intend to sell for the base.

When quoting an exchange rate, your broker will list the base currency for the first time the couple and the second currency quoted.

This means that when you see a pair like EUR / USD, which is seeing the cost of 1 euro in U.S. Dollars. A listing of the exchange rate of EUR / USD = 1. 4436 means that 1 euro costs U.S. $ 1.4436 Dollars.

Similarly, the USD / EUR pair indicates the cost of U.S. $ 1 in euro terms. An exchange rate of USD / EUR = 0.6834 means that one U.S. Dollar costs 0.6834 euros.

The second reason to observe the correct buy / sell ordered pair is that you want to know the difference between the “bid price” the (exchange rate) and the selling price (what the market makers want to currency).

The difference between bid price and the price they ask what is known as “diffusion.” Forex traders are subject to spreads when opening or closing operations in the buying. In other words, they are always subject to a margin when they buy, whether to open or close the trade.

Open buy – Dissemination>
Near sell -> no spread

Open sell -> no spread
Close to shopping – broadcast>

Say you want to buy the EUR / USD. The bid price is 1.4436. The price may be something like 1.4440. You must pay the spread of 0. 0004 to make the trade.

Those are the basics of currency trading, but there are other factors to consider. In order to make a profit in the foreign exchange you should also know how to calculate the cash value of exchange rate fluctuations in terms of “points” – or, in the jargon of the currency – ‘pips value.

This currency trading tutorial does not cover the values ??of pips, but it is a concept that should be investigated further if you want to master the basics of trading in the forex market.

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