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2/15/16

Fodor's Travel

Venice
Travel website Fodor's Travel

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Consumer Price Index 8:30 AM ET Friday Feb 19


It's beneficial to know that the market may move on the news of either positive or negative CPI data.

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FOMC Minutes 2:00 PM ET Wednesday Feb 17

Janet Yellen
We trade cautiously every day right, so there is no need to say beware on a FOMC day.
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Housing Starts Wednesday Feb 17 2016

Miami Beach  sobeluxuryhomes.com

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Happy Presidents Day 2016

Mt Rushmore
How are you spending your non trading day? Maybe you are reflecting on our founding father's  principles they left behind that made the USA what it is today? Or are you just getting your mind ready for the trading week ahead?


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Home Office

Looks like a high-end home office.

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1/18/16

Trading Under Pressure

365 days till I claim I am a full time trader; for years I have been preparing not just myself to trade for a living but my family. To say that I am not feeling the pressure to perform would not be honest. I intend to use the pressure as motivation to prepare my mind and body for the incredibly stressful career of trading for a living.

Much respect to those who are already trading for a living, and to those are preparing to do it.








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12/29/15

Lincoln quote on original thoughts


Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new at all.     Abraham.Lincoln (The 16th US President)
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12/17/15

Mckinsey.com | Digital America: A tale of the haves and have-mores

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12/8/15

Healthcare The Job of The Future



According to US Department of Labor
"Healthcare occupations and industries are expected to have the fastest employment growth and to add the most jobs between 2014 and 2024, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. With the increase in the proportion of the population in older age groups, more people in the labor force will be entering prime retirement age. As a result, the labor force participation rate is projected to decrease and labor force growth to
slow. This slowdown of labor force growth is expected, in turn, to lead to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 2.2 percent annually over the decade. This economic growth is projected to generate 9.8 million new jobs--a 6.5-percent increase between 2014 and 2024. The projections are predicated on assumptions..." continue reading
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12/6/15

The China Factor: China Creates a World Bank of Its Own, and the U.S. Balks

China creates another World Bank and the U.S. doesn't want to be apart of it... I wonder why?
Read it here

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