Forex Trading And The Global Currency Markets

More money is traded in forex and the global currency markets each day then on any other financial market. The daily value of trades is staggering and amounts to about 4 trillion dollars. Forex trading is the exchange of one currency for another rather than purchase or sale of a single currency. Because high leverage can be used the large fortunes can me made as huge amounts can be lost. Small amounts can also be traded and because forex platforms such as MT4 can be used by traders in their homes then currency trading is accessible to all with home trading on a PC. Most trading is on the five major currency pairs and many traders focus on the euro dollar. For many this can be more attractive than researching the hundreds of shares traded on the stock market. Additionally with stocks and shares the broker will charge commissions whereas forex brokers normally do not charge commissions but take their income from the bid/ask spre


#12m15m Let’s take the streets on May 12th. Because we are the 99%

On the 15th of October 2011 we took to the streets in over 1000 cities in 82 countries. We got organized and took the first steps on the road to dignity and global change. That was more than six months ago yet we continue to have to raise our voices to make politicians and bankers understand that they in no way represent us. We are united in our demands: the welfare of the 99% must be respected.

Governments only represent us if they follow the will of the vast majority, not just the privileged few.We are united, we are everywhere, we are where you least expect us.

We demand, firmly but without violence: social justice, wealth distribution and an ethic of commons. We condemn poverty, inequality, environmental devastation and corruption as tools of subjugation by the powerful on society.

We will not stop until we achieve our objectives: the 99% will take to the streets again and again until we have a say in the world in which we live. We want global change. Let’s turn the streets into the world’s biggest loudspeaker on the 12th of May.

Because we are the 99%, we are not owned by politicians and bankers. Take to the streets on May 12th!

Somos el 99%.

El pasado 15 de octubre salimos juntos a las calles en más de 1000 ciudades en 82 países. Tomamos las calles, nos organizamos y comenzamos un camino hacia un cambio global
Han pasado más de 6 meses y seguimos alzando la voz para dejar claro a políticos y banqueros que no nos representan, que estamos coordinados, pensando juntos y exigiendo nuestras reivindicaciones para que el bienestar del 99% de la población sea tenido en cuenta. La legitimidad de nuestros gobernantes reside en que deben atender los intereses de la inmensa mayoría de la sociedad y no el de unos pocos privilegiados.
Estamos juntos, estamos en todos lados, estamos donde no nos esperan. Reclamaremos con total firmeza y de un modo no violento la justicia social, la distribución de la riqueza y una ética pública mientras condenamos la pobreza, la desigualdad, la devastación medioambiental, la corrupción como herramientas de sometimiento de los poderosos sobre las sociedades.
No pararemos hasta conseguir nuestros objetivos, los del 99% de la población. Saldremos a la calle una y otra vez hasta que podamos decidir entre todos el mundo en el que queremos vivir. Queremos un cambio global.
Convirtamos las calles en el mayor altavoz del mundo el 12 de mayo.
Porque somos el 99%, porque no somos mercancía en manos de políticos y banqueros.

WebBot | “99 percent of the planet’s humans have been wounded by 1 percent” | The #OccupyWallStreet Movement

Saturday October 15,2011
Cliff High
The #OccupyWallStreet Movement
99% vs 1%

Just as the 10.15.2011 Revolution #OccupyGlobe is underway, Cliff High, on his recent update of his ‘The Shape of Things to Come’ reports, has some verbiage [language] on The #OccupyWallStreet Movement. How the 99% is only reacting the the long endured [pain] as created by the [minions] of the 1%, and are seeking [balance].

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The fundamental (religious deprecating pun intended) problem for the minions, and even more so for their masters, is that all woundings are energy transfers. As with all energy transfers in matterium basic maths apply. So we have a situation where 99 percent of the planet’s humans have been wounded by 1 percent. Again, energy transfer math at work as they took a very very very very very very very long time to wound a very very very very very large amount of people so absolutely huge amounts of energy have been transferred. We, all the 99 percent of humans, are carrying around all this energy as the result of the ‘slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ that turns out to be neither outrageous nor fortune, but rather the deliberate accumulated acts of a small cadre of people over a very long time indeed. All of our wounds, physical and emotional, are energies seeking balance.


#OccupyTo | Occupy Toronto |Tomorrow is only the beginning | 10.15.2011

Saturday October 15,2011 Canada Toronto #OccupyTO 10.15.2011

Today is the start of the 10.15.2011 #OccupyGlobe Movement, Canda, today is only the begining.

Tomorrow is only the beginning…

I start by saying that I speak for no one but myself. We are a community of varied individuals brought together out of our concern for our society, our world, and each other. This movement is a struggle to reclaim democracy and our representative institutions. It will fight to rebalance economic interests for the sake of fairness and justice. It is an effort to hold our governments and the business community to account for wrongs that have been, and continue to be, committed against our collective wellbeing. It is the majority taking our rightful place in our society, as the drivers of the agenda rather than as its victims. We are the majority and we will be heard. The minority can exercise power over the majority only with the majority’s consent or apathy. To quote David Suzuki: “It’s up to all of us to join the conversation to help steer it to a better path than the one we are on. Maybe our one demand should be of ourselves: Care enough to do something.” The occupation process begins tomorrow morning at King and Bay, in front of my old office building, Scotia Plaza. I am a retired Bay Street lawyer. I attended Occupy Toronto’s general assembly yesterday thinking I would not reflect the majority of attendees, fully expecting to be suspected of being a police informant of some kind. Happily, I needn’t have been concerned. The Occupy movement honours the individual as well as collective. The process in place is truly beautiful to behold. People from many walks of life were at the general assembly, and the people who show up tomorrow, hopefully in the thousands, will be even more diverse. Everyone will have the opportunity to contribute and be heard. We will be peaceful, caring and respectful of each other and in regard to our physical surroundings. We will, I expect, greet the police in a manner that reflects that they are part of the majority just as we are. I hope the atmosphere will be celebratory and productive. I want to assure my fellow citizens that this is a broad and inclusive movement. For the first time in my life, I will take to the streets to support what I believe to be the most important movement our democracy has seen in my lifetime. I have faith in the movement and its methodologies. If you feel squeezed by how our economy, business and government function, and if you believe that these institutions are not acting in your best interest, then please take the time out to join us at Occupy Toronto. I fully expect that you will enjoy the experience and feel differently about your ability to affect change. In the Occupy movement, no one speaks on the movement’s behalf. As a facilitator said at the last general assembly, we would not expect other people to believe they have the right to speak for us, so we should not speak for them. I am thankful for the opportunity to participate in this blog, and I will always speak for myself alone.