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Compare A Centralized-versus-distributed-server Model

July 10th, 2012 Comments off

Hi webkriti,

I need this project asap, to be delivered within the next 6-8 hours.
It should be 2-3 pages long with at least one reference.
I am paying $100.00

Please respond asap so I can put $100 in the escrow account.

Thank you very much.
Olivia

Compare a centralized-versus-distributed-server model as an in-house implementation to cut costs.

Provide the pros and cons of each as they pertain to various business support systems.

Vedic Scriptures Very Thoughtful Description Needed

April 17th, 2012 Comments off

I have more than 100 versus of a Great Hindu Shastra

I need VERY THOUGHTFUL description of each verses.

First I will assign 3-5 Versus and will check quality.

Payment will be decided based on the quality of work and will be paid per verses’s description.

But approximately it will be $5 each versus.

Looking forward ONLY SPIRITUAL WRITER who are aware with AshtaVakra Geeta and Vedic Scripture.

ONLY SPIRITUAL WRITERS FROM INDIA CAN BID ON THIS PROJECT

Neel J

Forex Ebook

March 25th, 2009 No comments

Hy there,

I want a Forex Ebook at about 250-300 pages, that should contain
practical informations, theory at each lesson, but practical tips and trick too.

Bellow I present the table of content, that is taked from another forex books,
I want your content to be not 100% original, but correct and do not copy a complete
document from the web, you could inspire and copy 1-2 paragraphs.

I repeat, I want practical informations, that my clients can put them in practice,
I want References section from where you will take informations.

This is the table of content, if you think some topics shoud disapear or should
I add new ones, please let me know.

PART I – The World’s Most Dynamic Trading Market

CHAPTER 1 – Getting Started in Forex

From Stocks to Forex
Getting to Wall Street
Welcome to the Jungle
Stock Market Headaches
Welcome to Forex
A New Beginning

CHAPTER 2 – All About Forex

The Canadian Dollar and the U.S. Dollar
The Euro and the U.S. Dollar
Trading Terminology
An Easy Way to understand the Exchange Rate

CHAPTER 3 – Questions and Answers

Why Does the Big Money Trade Forex?
Why Is Forex Suddenly So Popular?
How Do Traders Make Money in the Forex Market?
How Can I Trade Two Currencies at One Time?
How Is 24-Hour-per-Day Trading Possible?
How Is the Trading Day Structured?
Greenwich Mean Time

CHAPTER 4 – Technical Analysis and the Forex Market

The Theory behind Technical Analysis
Statistical Survey
Fear of the Unknown
Trading Patterns and Technical Indicators
The Psychology behind the Market
Moving Beyond Technical Analysis
Trends
Proper Order
Fibonacci Techniques

CHAPTER 5 – Things You Need to know before Trading Forex

The “Triple Threat” Trader
Gaining Experience
Which Pair to trade?
Commodity Currencies
Don’t Limit Yourself
Trading and karma

PART II – Trading Strategies for Trending Markets

CHAPTER 6 – Understanding Trends and Tendencies

Trading Conditions
The Importance of Maintaining Objectivity
Begin with a Tendency
Putting the Trend to Work
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
How to Determine If the Market is Trending

CHAPTER 7 – The Anatomy of a Trend

Why Trends Form
Don’t Fight the Trend

CHAPTER 8 – Forex Multiple Time Frame Strategy

Why Does It Work?
Combining Fibonacci and Trend
Overbought Does Not Equal “Sell”
Picking Tops and Bottoms
The Entry Signal
Placing the Stop
Getting Out
Welcome to the Real World
Tweaking the Exits
Executing the Plan
Second-Guessing
Bringing It Home
When to Stay Out
Reloading the Trade
Fantasy versus Reality
Phantom Signal
Temporary Success and Failure
The Stop Run

CHAPTER 9 – The FX-Ed Trend Technique

Trends Are Self-Sustaining
Difference of Opinion
Big Money at Work
The Common Denominator
Long or Short
Identifying the Trend
Filtering the Trend
The Catalyst
Placing the Stop
Volatility Stop
Comparing Apples to Apples
ATR Calculation
The Entry
The Stop
The Trade
Denouement
The News versus the Trend
Appearances Can Be Deceiving
More Than One Chance
Partial Exit Exercise
Discretionary and Strategic Exits
Faulty Wiring
Partial Exit Technique
Important Points to Consider
Final Thoughts

PART III – Nontrending Trading Techniques

CHAPTER 10 – The Ultimate Indicator

The Price Is the Key
Why Support Becomes Resistance
The Pleasure Principle and Trading Price Action

CHAPTER 11 – Keys to Intraday Breakouts

Ascending and Descending Triangles
Trend Filter
Time-of-Day Filter
Summary

CHAPTER 12 – Flags and Pennants

Pennants
Flags
Filtering Entries
Summary

CHAPTER 13 – THe Sqeeze Play

The Cycle of Volatility
Perception Moves the Market
Volatility Breakout Strategy

CHAPTER 14 – The Round Trip

Why Round Numbers Capture Our Attention
Why ROund Numbers Are Effective
Round Numbers and Forex
The First Bounce Is the Best Bounce
Using the Moving Average
The Strategy in Action

CHAPTER 15 – The Interest Rate Edge

Think Like the Big Boys
Interest Rate Differentials
Here’s How It Works
Changing Differentials
What’s the Big Deal?
Collecting Interest
U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen
Long-Term Play
Looking Ahead

CHAPTER 16 The Boomerang

Fading False Breakouts
The Strategy
Setting The Parasmeters
Entering the Trade
Simple but Effective

PART IV – Take Control of Your Trading Destiny

CHAPTER 17 How to Achieve Spectacular Gains

Keep Your Eyes on the Road
Proper Goal Setting
Breaking Down Your Goals
Consistency Is the key
What Happens When I reach My goal?

CHAPTER 18 – The Forex Playing Field

Evening the Odds
Make the Playing Field Bigger
Why Doesn’t Everyone Do it?
Huge Gains with Minimal Effort!
What We Can Learn from the “Smart Money”
Now Get Out There and Win

CHAPTER 19 – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Sarcasm Alert!
Know When to Retreat
The “95 Percent Winners Strategy”
Beware the Back Tester

CHAPTER 21 – A tale of Two Trades

Individuals versus Institutions
The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals

CHAPTER 22 – Some Final Thoughts

A Good Trade Is Not the Same Thing as a Winning Trade
Proper Execution Is Critical
Take Responsability For Your Actions
Keep It simple
Physical versus Mental
In Closing