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I struggle with the second requirement

Do not worry about landlords. They are rich. They don’t need their tenants to pay rent. I get so frustrated with the closed-minded advocates who find it difficult to see how an action that might benefit one group, hurts others. They want to push their agenda, no matter the cost. https://barrazacarlos.com

According to some housing advocates, the recent CDC Eviction Moratorium does not do enough to help, and it should be the burden of the landlord to locate government support while the tenant is able to miss rent payments with no recourse. Do these people not realize that the majority of landlords own less than three units and NEED rent to fund maintenance, taxes, insurance and mortgage payments? What happens to their property when they stop paying their mortgage?

Early last month the CDC used its’ powers to enact a moratorium stopping landlords from evicting their tenant for nonpayment of rent. This moratorium is good through the end of the year, with the possibility of extensions. The CDC can do this because they claim this is not about supporting people in need financially (which is not their job) it is to slow the spread of COVID-19 (which is their job). I applaud them for recognizing the risks of homelessness and compact living situations with the spread of the virus, but what I don’t understand is why the burden falls on the small “mom and pop” landlords? Here are the often-misunderstood details of the recent Eviction Moratorium.

With very little exception, every tenant qualifies for eviction protection!! To qualify, the tenant only needs to meet two requirements.

Attempt to get government support to pay rent.

Make less than $99,000 in a year for a single taxpayer or $198,000 for dual income families.

I struggle with the second requirement, because that is more money than most people that do make their payments earn in a year. According to the CDC, in order to afford a 2-bedroom home in the most expensive market in the country, the family needs to make $80,621 per year. That would keep rent at 30% of the household income. Since the CDC referenced the 30% of income number, their guidelines to qualify for this moratorium means that the family that is protected from eviction could make rent payments of almost $5,000 per month. See why I say almost every tenant qualifies? All my tenants certainly do.

Sound bad? It gets worse. The process to stop you from evicting them for nonpayment is rather simple. All that is required is for the tenant to send you a signed declaration. They can get this declaration online, sign it, and send it to you and stop you from evicting them. Notice how I did not mention that they need to prove they tried to get support, nor do they need to prove that they actually need it? It is important to note that this is only for nonpayment, so if you have a tenant that is breaking rules, causing trouble, or is simply outside the lease term, you can still evict. It is also good that this is not a forgiveness of rent, or at least that is the idea, it is just a hold on the eviction. The tenant will still owe all rent and late fees and you, as the landlord, will still have the opportunity to collect that at some point. Good luck with that!

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The FHI Hair Straightener – A Hairstyling Tool With Quality

Nowadays, professional hairstylists work very hard to keep the clientele that they have.  They also work to get more clients.  How do they do this?–by using the best styling tools available.  They know in order to keep their clients looking their best that they have to use quality hair styling tools that will keep them coming back.

One of the tools that they use is the FHI Hair Straightener.  This styling tool is not a large, clunky, cumbersome styling iron.  It’s something that is compact and can be used for different modern hair styles. 

They can be used to create curly styles, twist styles or flat, beveled styles.  It doesn’t matter whether the hair is short or long, this styling tool can work with it.

The controls on the FHI hair Straightener work to set the temperature where you want it to be.  It has a range from 140 degrees to 450 degrees.  It also works to provide a style at the temperature it is set to.  No one has to concern themselves with burning out their hair.

This hairstyling tool has ceramic plates.  Ceramic plates last longer than other plates of a different material.  The ceramic material also provides good heating elements.  Because of this, the heat that comes from it will be evenly distributed on the hair. 

The ceramic plates distribute heat to keep your hair looking shiny and smooth.  Because of its durability, the FHI Hair Straightener will last for a long time.  There will not be a need to get another one in a few years.  

Another benefit to using this hairstyling tool is the tourmaline technology.  This special technology helps the hair to keep in the moisture more so than other hair straighteners that are of lesser quality.  Professional hairstylists know that quality is key to keeping the hair looking healthy.

The FHI Hair Straightener comes in different sizes for different hair lengths:

o    The 1 ¼” plate – can be used for short to medium hair lengths. 

o    The 1 ¾” plate – can be used for medium to long hair lengths.

Another good quality about the hair straightener is that with the ceramic plates, it only takes a few seconds to heat up.  That is a good thing because time is of the essence for professional hairstylists.  They work to get their clients in and out within a few hours and not sacrifice quality.

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Pandanus Resort

One of the most frequently asked questions that new internet marketers have is “Why am I not getting enough traffic to my website?”

And the answer is always the same- “Because you are not posting enough content out there”. That’s it.

Content= Traffic= Sales

So… What’s this rush about social networking?

Well to quickly tell you exactly how you can get tons of free targeted traffic for your website using social networking, I need to emphasize here that social networking is a daughter of Web 2.0 . OK son too… Whatever!

So to begin with, let’s talk about what is web 2.0 . Well Anything beyond text and images is web 2.0. You might recall the earlier days when internet was just new and ordinary people had just started using the internet, the websites were mere collection of static pages. By static I mean, the pages were created and edited by owners of the site and the visitors or the end users had no access or control over the content of the website. All they could do was read and see the images.

But people started realizing that more is the amount of content on websites, more is the amount of traffic they would get. And then the geniuses figured out that the best way to have fresh, quality content in large volumes on to a website was to “allow” the users to post content.

That’s where it all began.. The web 2.0 thing.

Talking about traffic. Well there are tons and tons of methods of getting traffic to your website. But all these methods can be classified in terms of buying traffic, borrowing traffic or creating traffic. You can either buy traffic, borrow traffic, or create traffic.

Let’s talk about buying first. PPC, Solo ads, email campaigns, banner advertising etc are all the methods of buying traffic. It simply means paying to get traffic to your websites. Now, if you are just starting out, I would NOT recommend that you start by buying traffic. Because buying traffic is not easy. Its a total art. Why? Simply because of the enormous amount of competition out there. But unfortunately, this is the way most people start. They try to buy traffic to get rich and end up losing the overall game.

Now let’s move on to borrowing traffic. Borrowing simple means leveraging the other peoples’ traffic. It refers to JV promotions where a person who has some existing traffic to their website redirect or channel their traffic to your website in return of a cost. You can pay them on a pay Per Sale basis which is the most common. But JVing is impossible unless you have your own products by which I mean the products that you have created. Now if you are just starting out on the internet then naturally you do not have your own products. And that is fine. Before you have your own product, you need to be an expert and that is impossible if you are a new internet marketer. So borrowing is also out.

And the last thing that remains is creating your own flow of traffic…ie your own basic stream of free targeted traffic that is coming over to your website all the time. Even while you sleep. Having a small yet constant stream of free targeted visitors visiting your website is the best thing that can happen to you. And this is the thing that you need to focus on. Because that way you will be constantly making sales here and there and that will keep you going with your spirits high and momentum of content creation large.

Now creating your own traffic is not that easy. It requires some groundwork. You need to work. You will need to create content. And you might have to wait for a few days before you start seeing any traffic even if you are constantly putting out content out there. While I recommend you do create a lot of quality (fresh, original and valuable) content to post out there, it’s definitely not the fastest route to getting traffic.

So then, what is the fast way? Has it got anything to do with creating content?

Well, creating “relevant” content and posting it at “smart” places with “wise” usage.

Let’s Talk about it now.

Relevant content = content that is related to the kind of products that you are selling. Content that is valuable and entertaining and educating for any person interested in your niche. Content that is personal… That involves you speaking to the reader or listener directly as I am talking to you right now. Content that shows and personifies you and demonstrates your beliefs.

So remember the four keywords whenever you are creating content… Humorous, Heartfelt, Helpful, Honest. If your content satisfies all these four adjectives, then its great content as far as getting traffic and marketing is concerned.

Now lets talk about smart places … Post your content at those places where there are people who are looking for the kind of information that you are telling. (Or selling or whatever! Internet Marketing- Selling=telling the right things to right people that’s it.)
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Social Networking websites are great places to find millions of people (OK.. I will take that down to thousands, Fine?) who are potentially looking for the kind of products that you are promoting and selling. These are also the places where you can start getting traffic as quickly as in fifty minutes. And these are sources of fast, free, targeted traffic that converts like crazy… All for your websites. So if social marketing is not a part of your overall traffic mix, then I recommend you make it.

Now let’s talk about “wise” usage of your content. Well, all I mean to say here is that you do not need to create new content every time you feel the need to post it. All you need to do is to repurpose all your content. Repurposing your content simple means this-

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We Are Starlight!

We are stardust; we would not be here if the stars did not exist. This is because the only atomic elements born in the wild inflation of the Big Bang birth of the Universe, almost 14 billion years ago, are hydrogen, helium, and small amounts of lithium and beryllium–while all of the heavier atomic elements that made life possible were created in the searing-hot, nuclear-fusing furnaces of the Universe’s myriad of dazzling, searing-hot stars that progressively fused heavier atoms (baryons) out of lighter ones– or, alternatively, in the brilliant blaze of supernovae blasts heralding the “death” throes of massive stars. Life exists as a wild celebration of wonderful forms–but if any organism is broken down into its components, all are made of the same star-stuff: a brew of carbon atoms attached to hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and other atomic elements. But how these fundamental molecules formed in space has long been an intriguing mystery. In October 2016, astronomers announced that they have attained a better understanding of how these very important molecules, so necessary for the production of the chemicals needed for life to emerge, form in space–the ultraviolet light emitted by stars plays a necessary role in creating these molecules.

Molecules are defined as a group of atoms that are bonded together, and that represent the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that has the ability to participate in a chemical reaction. Thanks to new data derived from the European Space Agency’s (ESA’s) Herschel Space Observatory, astronomers were able to make the new discovery that the ultraviolet light streaming out from fiery stars plays a central role in the creation of these important molecules–as opposed to “shock” events that create turbulence, as was suggested previously.

The scientists analyzed the ingredients that go into the complicated concoction of carbon chemistry. In order to do this, they carefully studied the Orion Nebula, which is the closest star-forming region to our planet that is in the process of giving birth to new massive baby stars. The astronomers mapped the quantity, temperature and movements of the carbon-hydrogen molecule that chemists call methylidyne (CH), the carbon-hydrogen positive ion (CH+) and their parent: the carbon ion (C+). An ion is defined as an atom or molecule possessing an imbalance of electrons and protons. This imbalance results in a net charge.

“On Earth, the Sun is the driving source of almost all the life on Earth. Now, we have learned that starlight drives the formation of chemicals that are precursors to chemicals that we need to make life,” explained Dr. Patrick Morris in an October 12, 2016 NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Press Release. Dr. Morris is lead author of the paper and a researcher at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, California.

We Are Stardust

Stellar nucleosynthesis is the term used to describe how the natural abundances of the chemical elements contained within stars undergo a sea-change as a result of the nuclear-fusion reactions in their cores and their enveloping mantles. Stars, like people, change as they grow older. These changes involve the abundances of the elements that stars harbor in their nuclear-fusing hearts, and this core fusion increases the atomic weight of its elements, and reduces the number of particles. This would lead to a pressure loss, but the star’s gravitation results in contraction that, in turn, results in an increase of temperature and a balance of these two eternally warring forces–gravity and radiation pressure.

Stars are enormous balls of extremely hot, roiling, and glaring gas. The billions of stars inhabiting the observable Universe are all composed primarily of hydrogen. Hydrogen is both the lightest and most abundant of all the atomic elements, as listed in the familiar Periodic Table. In their magnificent and mysteriously secretive hearts, the stars transform their supply of hydrogen fuel into progressively heavier and heavier atomic elements. All atomic elements heavier than helium were created in the hearts of stars, and they are collectively termed metals in the jargon of astronomers. Therefore, the term metal for an astronomer does not have the same meaning that it does for a chemist.

Baby stars are nested within the secretive, billowing folds that exist deep within the undulating, giant, dark, and frigid molecular clouds that float around our Milky Way Galaxy in great abundance. These beautiful, starlit clouds are composed mostly of gas sprinkled with dust, and they serve as the strange cradles of newborn stars. Especially dense blobs, embedded within the folds of these swirling, ghostly clouds, clump together in a rich assortment of sizes, with the smaller blobs extending about one light-year across. The dense blobs eventually collapse under the weight of their own gravity to form a baby star (protostar). The entire process of star-birth takes about 10 million years.

The billions of sparkling stellar inhabitants of the Universe are all kept bouncy as a result of the energy that is produced by the nuclear-fusion taking place in their cores. The stars maintain an important, delicate equilibrium between their powerful, crushing gravity–that tries to pull everything in–and their enormous energy output, which creates radiation pressure, that tries to push everything out. This necessary, precarious balance between the ever-battling gravity and radiation pressure goes on and on and on from stellar birth to stellar death. The struggle exists throughout the entire “lifetime” of a star–which it spends on the hydrogen-burning main-sequence of the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram of Stellar Evolution.

Alas, the inevitable must occur, and the star is doomed when it has at last consumed its entire necessary supply of hydrogen fuel in its hot nuclear-fusing heart. At this tragic point, gravity wins the war against radiation pressure, and the star’s core collapses–signifying stellar death. A star dies with either a bang or a whimper–depending on its mass. Small stars, like our own Sun, perish in relative peace–gently puffing their lovely, varicolored outer gaseous layers into the space between stars, leaving only a small, dense core behind to tell its tragic story. The dense core left behind by the star-that-was is termed a white dwarf, and its surrounding shimmering shroud of colorful and beautiful gases is called a planetary nebula.

More massive stars die with a much bigger bang than their smaller stellar siblings. The more massive stars blast themselves to pieces in the catastrophic fury of a flashy and fiery supernova explosion. Massive stars leave behind either a neutron star or a black hole of stellar mass to haunt interstellar space, telling the story of how once there was a star that is no more.

Therefore, the mass of a star determines how and when it will die. Small stars live longer lives than larger ones because they are relatively cool and burn their supply of fuel more slowly than more massive stars. The more massive stars live fast and die young–blasting themselves into the stellar cemetery at tender ages of mere millions of years. Stars like our Sun live for about ten billion years, and stars that are even smaller than our Sun (red dwarfs) can theoretically live for trillions of years. Our Universe is only about 13.8 billion years old–and so it is generally thought that there are no red dwarf relics around because none of them has had enough time to die.

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Begin Making A Better World For Yourself By Manifesting Abundance Through Abundance Thinking

I’m not talking about your physical surroundings; I mean the kingdom you have made. Is your chosen kingdom where you will have the natural ability to always be manifesting abundance and experience joy, eternally?

It is a place where manifesting abundance and peace is protected from conflict and your heart untouched by fear or loss if so. You can not physically construct this place or manufacture, or anything like it, any more than you can make yourself.

This place of abundance thinking, the “natural you” was created for you along with you; yet you deny it.

A Course in Miracles teaches that, “Your mind is light, the same light as my mind,” where manifesting abundance occurs, and we both only know light. Our knowledge is nowhere else.

Your light of spirit

Your radiance extends to attract the darkness of other minds, who, at first may be startled or frightened.

God gives equally, and when you have recognized the abundance thinking light in anyone, you have acknowledged it in yourself. Your only difficulty is in the way you trained yourself.

A Course in Miracles states, “The Holy Spirit has the power to change the whole foundation of the world you see to something else.”

While you are out of your natural environment you might ask yourself, “What really is abundance thinking, or we may say, Truth?” When you don’t know yourself, this is.

Manifesting abundance through the light of Truth includes all of the Children of God, your sisters and brothers, the whole Child, or traditionally termed, the “Son of God,” which is the wholeness of Truth.

Without the light of Truth about you, God does not exist, and this certainly is not the case.

Can we be certain of this?

Let’s answer this by asking, how else could we have arrived, or even have chosen to separate from the Truth that created us?

We either make a way for ourselves or we are always manifesting and co-creating abundance within this Truth, called God.

Remember, that the Kingdom is forever extending within Its already-infiniteness, as the Mind of God. When you’re not experiencing your own joy, or the capability you have for this elation of manifesting abundance, it’s because you don’t have the knowledge of your own self-fullness.

By not knowing this self-fullness you are excluding part of Heaven from yourself, and therefore are not whole and can not make a better world.

When a split-mind fragments with its ego-based beliefs, and can not perceive its

fullness, it needs a miracle.

What is the miracle?

It is your wholeness creating a new vision upon what you think is your deprived mind, and restoring it to Heaven– but only if you’re able to accept this wholeness as real.

It is in full appreciation of its fullness, where selfishness is impossible, leaving only room for extension. What appreciates grows in strength and begins manifesting abundance, which is why true strength is always peaceful.

When you are fulfilled you are operating by the abundance thinking of your true spirit. Your creativity comes alive, because the Holy Spirit, Who is in your mind, knows your creations as your purpose.

This part of you is Heaven.

If you’ll let Him, he will bring them into your awareness. Your creations are part of your true essence or being, and are what fulfills you to make a better world for yourself.

The creations of God are yours as well, since every creation is of this wholeness, and they belong to everyone. This is why we are all meant to be living in abundance.

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There are a lot of options to consider, and there are hundreds of registrars to choose from.

Buying a domain name is a relatively simple process, but it can be confusing managing them. There are a lot of options to consider, and there are hundreds of registrars to choose from.

There are several important decisions you’ll need to make. It’s not enough to simply register a domain from the first place you find. You need to choose the best possible domain for your website, buy from a registrar you can trust, and manage it effectively.

You’ll also need to decide whether or not you want to use WHOIS protection, whether to park the domain, and how long to register it. Believe or not, these things do make a difference.

So let’s get started so that you can find out exactly how to register a domain and manage it correctly.

Choosing a Registrar

The first thing you need to do is decide which registrar you wish to use. GoDaddy is a popular choice, but I don’t recommend it. According to many people, they are prone to disabling domains even over false spam reports, and then charging a huge fee to reinstate the domain, even if you can prove you did nothing wrong.

NameCheap is a popular option. They have free WHOIS protection for the first year of each domain, and they have a coupon each month that lets you get a nice discount, making each domain less than $10.

I will use NameCheap as the example in this guide, because I consider it to be the best registrar. It is affordable, the support is good, and their interface is easy to use.

I don’t recommend using the domain services of a hosting company. They will often hold your domain hostage and make it difficult to transfer it if you decide to leave their hosting. Always register your domain yourself, and always do it directly through a registrar.

Finding a Domain Name

Many people believe all the good domain names are taken. This isn’t true. While it’s true that you aren’t going to be able to pick up books.com or anything similar, there are still plenty of great domains available.

In order to choose the right domain for your purposes, you need to decide what you’re going to use the domain for. There are two main classifications.

Keyword Domains

If you want to create a niche-based blog or website or you want to invest in a domain that you can sell for a profit later, you’ll want to buy a keyword-based domain name.

You should look for domain names that have high-traffic keywords. If you wanted to make a site about Discount Golf Clubs, you would ideally want to get DiscountGolfClubs.com.

Keyword domains, especially for keywords that get significant numbers of searches, also have great resale value. You could buy a domain for $10 and flip it for hundreds, or even thousands.

Branding Domains

If you want to create a site that will be branded like Pinterest or Flickr, you can be a little more creative. You’ll want to get a one word domain (or two at most). But you can use creative spelling.

When buying a domain for branding purposes:
1. Look for a word that won’t be too difficult to spell. Flickr is relatively easy to remember, but Fotograffi might not be. Too many letters are changed. People might not remember which ones are different from the original word. It should be memorable.
2. Choose a word that fits your niche. For a site about golf, you might get something like Puttr.com, for example.
3. Integrate your branding. Make sure you can craft a logo that will help people remember your domain name.

Warning: Do NOT search for domain names on any registrar until you are ready to buy! Some registrars make deals with speculators to provide recently searched names to them. They buy the domains and then charge a premium for them later.

Registering a Domain

Once it’s time to register a domain, you need to keep a few things in mind. First, don’t use fake information during the registration process. You could get your domain taken away from you later, which would be a real shame if you’ve built significant traffic to it.

Second, you’ll probably want to register all of your domains with the same registrar. It gets tedious having to worry about your domains at multiple registrars.

You’ll also need to decide whether or not you want to use WHOIS protection, and how long to register the domain for.

WHOIS Protection

Many people automatically opt for WHOIS protection, but this isn’t always the best option. Some SEO experts have suggested that Google and other search engines may penalize sizes who have their registration information protected.

Additionally, some customers may not trust you if you protect your information. This could result in lost sales.

However, if you are worried about people finding out what you’re doing or coming to your home, you may wish to use WHOIS protection or at least give a P.O. Box instead of a street address.
Registration Length

You can register your domain for only one year, or most registrars will allow you to register a domain for up to ten years at a time. If you can afford it, go for a longer registration period.

For one thing, you won’t be at risk of accidentally forgetting to renew your domain. You’d be surprised how often this happens. You may not get the reminder email, and if you don’t have it set up to automatically renew, you could lose the domain.

Another major reason to register for at least two years at a time is because some SEO experts believe Google may give a boost to sites with longer registrations. They believe Google may think a site is more trustworthy if it is registered longer, because spammers usually register for only a year, assuming they may get banned quickly, anyway.

Name Servers

In order to use your domain, you need to set up the name servers. This tells computers where to find your domain when someone tries to go there. It connects your domain with your web server.

I’m going to show you how to set up your name servers with NameCheap. You’ll need your name servers from your hosting company. You may be able to find these in your control panel, or in the welcome email you got from them. If you can’t find them, contact your hosting company and ask.

You’ll need two. They will look like this:
ns1.yourserver.com
ns2.yourserver.com

Log into NameCheap. Beside “Number of domains in your account”, click “view”. Then find the domain you want to modify and click it. In the menu on the left, click “Domain Name Server Setup”.

Click the selection field beside “Specify Custom DNS Servers (Your own DNS Servers). Then enter both DNS servers and click “Save Changes”. You’re done!

Domain Forwarding

You may not always want to host a website or blog on your domain name. You might want to use it to forward elsewhere. For example, article marketers often use domains to forward straight to their affiliate links.

It’s very simple to set up domain forward with NameCheap, but you can only use it if you are using their default name servers. You’ll have to switch them back to NameCheap’s before you proceed.

Log into your account and select Manage Domains. Click the domain you want to forward and choose “All Host Records”. In the “@” field, enter your domain name. In the “www” field, enter the URL you want to forward the domain to (for example, your affiliate link.) Be sure it says “URL Redirect” under “RECORD TYPE”.

To transfer the name servers back to NameCheap, click your domain and select “Transfer DNS Back to Us” from the left menu. Then tick the box beside “Transfer DNS to NameCheap Default DNS and click “Save Changes.” Do this before you attempt to set up forwarding; otherwise, you won’t have the option available.

Domain Parking

You can make money with your domain name when it’s not in use by parking it. You won’t make a lot unless your domain is visited very often, but it’s better than nothing if you aren’t currently using the domain, anyway.

As with forwarding, you can only park a page if you have changed your domain to NameCheap’s default name servers. Once you have done that, go to “Manage Domains”, click your domain, and select “Customize Parked Page”. You can then change your parked page to whatever you want.

Keep in mind that you won’t be able to add images to a parked page. You can only use text on it. But you can use various types of ads there. Just make sure they allow parking, because some companies (like Google AdSense) don’t allow their ads to be displayed on websites with no content, like parked pages.

Parking your domain can help you make a little money while you decide what to do with a domain, or while it is under development.

Do you know what you’re going to do with your domain name now? Are you ready to start your business online.

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Domain Names 101.1: What Is A Domain Name?

A domain name is simply another name for your website url, or website address. For example: “http://www.domainname101.ca”. Domain Names 101.2: How To Buy A Domain Name?

There are many companies out there that offer great domain name registry services for a great price. If your paying somewhere between $20, to $30, to $40 per domain, you’re getting ripped off. The average price you should be paying for registering a domain name is around $10-$15 per year, per domain.

Step 1) You must search for an available name to buy:

Here are a couple of companies I would recommend to anyone.

  • www.godaddy.com – Always have great deals.
  • www.domainsatcost.com / or .ca – Great support & reasonable prices.
  • www.afternic.com – Buy & sell “used” domains.
  • www.netfirms.ca – Well established registar company.

Once you visit these websites you will need to look for their “search function” in order to search to see if the domain name you want is available for purchase. Within some industries like the real estate industry, you might have to search for hours before you find a suitable domain name for your business. Try mixing up the name in different variations, for example:

In this example I will use “Domain Names” for my search

  • myDomainName.com
  • DomainNames.com
  • Domain-Names.com
  • findDomains.com
  • searchDomainNames.com
  • Domainworld.com
  • Domainuniverse.com
  • localDomains.com

As you can see, I’ve tried to mix up the words “Domain Names” as much as possible. In fact, there are many companies world wide that are deciding the name for their business by the availability of domain names. Sounds funny doesn’t it? Just try searching for a domain name for “Web Design”. You might be there for hours. It may take you a few weeks to find the right domain name for your business. Once you find it, buy it!

In the past, I used to recommend to my clients that they hold off on registering their business name before searching for a domain name. Domain names are valuable net-real-estate and shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Things To Avoid When Searching For A Domain Name:

  • 1) Avoid a lengthy domain: There’s nothing worst when you see someone with a domain that is way too long like; [http://www.this-is-my-domain-name-for-sale.com] . Try asking your clients to type that one in!!! The smaller your domain is, the easier it is to remember, and the less of a chance you have of someone miss typing your domain when trying to visit your website.
  • 2) Avoid dashes if possible: Dashes are fairly new to the domain world. Most people don’t think about using dashes when typing a domain name for example;  If you do use a dash, make sure to keep it to 2 words only, no more.
  • 3) Avoid domains where .com .ca .net and .biz are already taken: I made this mistake when I started out. I desperately wanted Smartads.info because smartads.com was taken. Over the years, I’ve had numerous people tell me that they couldn’t find my company, or they didn’t think I was in California. Many clients of mine were never able to remember that my domain was smartads.INFO. On top of that, I’m sure my efforts over the years have brought smartads.com a huge amount of traffic to their website from people searching online thinking it was my business they where visiting.

Domain Names 101.3: How Long Should I Buy My Domain For?

Most people register domain names for only 1 year. This is a big mistake for a couple of reasons:

1) The internet is full of scammers online who register a domain name for 1 year in order to spam, and scam as much as possible until moving onto another domain. At the same time, most companies rise and fall within 1 year. Because of this, Google and other top search engines look at this and weigh a domain name higher if the owner registers a domain name for more than 1 year. In fact, I recommend that you max out your domain name to a 10 year ownership if possible. This will tell search engines who are looking into it that you mean business, and that you’re here to stay.

2) People all over the internet register their domains for 1 year and sometimes forget to renew their domain when the renewal is due. There are companies out there that have lost their domains from a service called “domain back-ordering” were an individual can order a back-order on a specific domain claiming ownership for that domain if it goes up for sale. This is a serious matter, I’ve lost 2 important domains because of this. Trust me, this is one mistake I will never make again. If you go on vacation, or don’t pay attention, and you happen to miss the domain renewal date, someone might snatch your domain right from under your nose.

If your budget permits it, always try to max out the number of years you can buy your domain for. This way you’ll ensure that you have that domain for a very long time.

Domain Names 101.4: What is A Domain Name Extension?
An extension is the 2, or 3 digits after your name for example; . For a long time .COM was the only extension a person, or business could use. Nowadays, there are many extensions meaning different things, let’s take a look at the available extensions, and see what they stand for:

  • .Com – Universal (Commercial)
  • .Net – Network
  • .Biz – Business
  • .Org – Non-Profit
  • .Info – Information
  • .Tv – Television
  • .Ws – Web Site
  • .Coop – Business Cooperatives
  • .Name – Personal Use
  • .Pro – Professionals
  • .museum – Museum (Sources of information)
  • .travel – Travel Industry
  • .Us – United States
  • .Ca – Canada
  • .Uk – United Kingdom

To view all the domain extensions for each COUNTRTY, go here for the master list:

These extensions are reserved, and cannot be bought for personal use:

  • .Gov – Government
  • .Edu – Education
  • .Mil – Military

Domain Names 101.5: How To Protect Your Domain Name?

This topic is a very serious issue and should NOT be taken lightly. 100’s of companies across the globe are being used, abused, and scammed. The reason for this is because the owner of the domain name is sometimes NOT the real owner. If you pay for a service from your web development company that includes; your website, your hosting service, and your domain name, take action right away and make sure that YOU own the domain name rights. Many web design companies out there are registering their client’s domain names for them which can ultimately give them all rights and privileges to that domain name. When a web design company registers your domain for you, they can change the ownership to them, not you without you knowing about it. If you fail to pay for their services for any reason, they can then go back and take down your website, and control who uses the domain name. I’ve had so many calls asking for help with their domain name because their web design company won’t change the ownership for them. If your in this situation, you have a couple of options:

  • Give up now and start fresh
  • If the domain is valuable, take them to court right away
  • Contact  with proof of purchase
  • Perform a “WHOIS” lookup on the domain name (Which tells you who owns the domain name)
    • Go to  and enter your domain name
    • Save and print any information listed there

Also, try to avoid ANY company that you don’t recognize either by mail, or by email that states that you need to re-register your domain name before it expires. Do not trust any organization you don’t recognize. There are a number of companies that pool into the domain name data base in order to fish out suckers that might need to register their domains for another year very soon. I’ve gotten numerous direct mail stating that my domain is up for renewal, one of them even demanded $800 to renew my domain name. As you might know, I called this company and had a few words with them.

Prevention:

The number 1 preventative action you can take, is by holding control over your domain name. Make sure to register the domain name yourself, once you have all control yourself, then hire a web design company. Do NOT give them access to it unless you really trust them. If you do give them access to your domain manager in order to point your domain name to your hosting services, try to immediately change the password after the service is complete. NEVER give out your password for your domain manager to anyone unless you really have to.

I’ll put it another way: Would you give the combination to your safe to anyone? This situation is exactly the same. Control over your domain name is sometimes as serious as controlling your business.

Domain Names 101.6: What Is A Sub-Domain?

Sub-domains are exactly that. [http://sub.domainname.com]. Sub-domains are typically used to separate a section of your content online to target a specific area. Sub domains are also used to store information that you want no one to see. Yahoo is a great example of using sub-domains. When you go to the “Canada” side of Yahoo, you’re actually going to “ca” for Canada .yahoo.com. This helps them to separate all information for their Canadian website.

Domain Names 101.7: How To Forward A Domain Name?
Domain name forwarding can be a useful tool to use. Again, I will use Yahoo for the best example of this. I just mentioned to you how Yahoo! uses a sub-domain “ca.yahoo.com” for the Canadian content side of their website. Most people don’t know about going directly to ca.yahoo.com, most people associate Canada with the extension .CA. Yahoo uses this knowledge by registering and forwarding the domain name to > ca.yahoo.com. Try it out yourself, in your browser address bar, type in and see where it takes you.

Sometimes you need to protect your name by registering different domain name extensions, if you don’t want to build a website for each extension, and you don’t want each extension to go to a blank page, simply forward your other domain names to your main website. Another method of forwarding is by registering domain names that have a small spelling mistake which people might make all the time. Spelling mistakes are common, people are ultimately human. I know of some companies that register domain names with their company name, but that have spelling mistakes in them. They then forward > these domains with spelling errors to their main website. This ensures that there’s no loss of potential business.

Usually you can forward a domain name within your domain manager from the company you registered the domain name with.

Domain Names 101.8: How To Setup Your Domain Name?

This section above all has baffled a lot of people. Many of you might think that by registering a domain name, you can now show your website. This cannot be farther from the truth. Sure, you just registered a domain name, but your domain is like having an address without a house. In order to have the house, you need to have a “hosting service” in place. Without getting into what is a hosting service, I will tell you this; A hosting services is basically a “holding place” for your website files so that people can see your website online. Hosting is storage for your website. Your domain name needs to point to that storing place in order for the general public to view your website files.

If you don’t have any hosting services in place, try searching for (depending on your needs):

  • Small business hosting services
  • Affordable hosting services
  • Secure hosting services
  • eCommerce hosting services
  • Dedicated hosting services

Changing The DNS:

Once your hosting is setup, now you need to point your domain name to your hosting services(storage). We do this by changing the “DNS” Domain Name Servers that tell the internet were to look for your hosting service.

Step 1) You need to find out the “addresses” to your hosting service, they usually go like so: dns1.hostingservice.com, dns2.hostingservice.com. If you don’t know where to find the DNS addresses, simply contact your hosting service for them. This is typically the #1 reason why your web design company needs access to your domain manager. They need to get in and update the DNS addresses in order to point your domain name to their hosting service. I highly recommend that you learn how to do it yourself in order to keep control over who uses your domain name.

Step 2) Within your domain name manager, you’ll need to look for a link that should say; Change DNS, Update DNS, Manage Domain, etc. Once you find this area, simply type in, or paste the 2 DNS addresses within slot #1 and, slot #2. Click on the update, change, or submit button. That’s it. Within 24-48 hours, your domain name should be pointed to your hosting service.

If you have any problems with this step, simply contact your hosting service provider, or contact your web design company in charge of your website.

Remember, if you give someone access to change the DNS for your domain name(s), make sure to change the password for your domain name manager right away to ensure security over your domain name(s).

Domain Names 101.9: How To Protect Your Company Name Online?

This step is not needed for all companies, but if you plan to do all of your business online, this may save your company name later on. Branding online is very important. If by chance you do become very popular, there are going to be individuals who are going to try to use your success for their own advantage. When I started out, “Smartads” wasn’t a word that was really well known. Over the years, companies have been popping up with “Smartads Banners Ads”, “Smartads This”, and “Smartads That”. They did this because I didn’t secure all of the domain name extensions across the board.

If you’re just starting out, and you’re very serious about big business online, I recommend that you search for a domain name that has most extensions available, for example:

Make sure that these extensions are available…

  • .com
  • .whatever your country is (Ex. .CA for Canada, or .US for USA)
  • .net
  • .biz
  • .org
  • .info
  • .name

If all of these extensions are available for your business name, make sure to buy them all!!! Use .com as your main website, and forward the other domains to .com. Trust me, this will help to protect your branding online by not allowing for Joe Shmo’s to take your good name and use it for themselves. If you truly have a big budget, and your business has offices across the globe, make sure to buy all the domain names that you can, including every country extension your business operates in.

Some people online might advise you not to buy all of the above extensions, but I want you to think of this. Let’s say years down the road your company launches a new amazing product or service, and you need to build a new website for it, you now have the ability to use one of your domain names to illustrate this new product or services and keep your company branding tight!

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Scanners As Effective As the Commercial Ones?

There are several times when you have used the registry scanners to repair your registry and for enhancing the performance of the computer. Many of your friends might have suggested that spending money on commercially available software is a waste of money and may have advocated use of pirated software. These pirated registry scanners can be installed through the internet by making use of the cracked password. Very often, this actually works but still it is not correct to use. Also people in the practice of doing such things often underestimate the utility of using the original authenticated and complete version of the software.

If the speed of your computer system deteriorating day by and day it is due to the reason of corrupt registry. Registry is more a like referencing software located in the windows operating system that maintains the record of all the software as well as the program that are being loaded and unloaded in the operating system. The registry is like a central nervous system of the computer system. It is the core of the system and using any program causing harm to the registry is a serious matter.

With the constant use and span of time, the registry of the system gets overloaded with the unused files and data that that declines the speed of the system. Also the registry gets corrupted to mal ware or spy ware due to the inappropriate installation of the program.

Original versions of the registry scanner are generally free from the mal ware and spy ware and are no doubt more effective and efficient. So, from the next time onwards, if you near and dear ones suggest you to buy the cracked version of the registry scanners just give a serious thought.

There are lots and lots of registry scanners available in the market as well as on the internet too. It is vital to understand your usage and requirements once you make choice of the registry software.

The various disadvantages of using the cracked version of the registry scanner software are as follows:

  • You won’t get the maximum output if you use the cracked version of the software.
  • The cracked version if installed from the internet often carry mal ware which affects adversely the system, your system becomes more prone to hackers and attackers.
  • Use of cracked version of the software is illegal. Software piracy is considered as theft which is against law.
  • Cracked registry scanners won’t give you the proper updates. Even if you are updating your system the site will identify the keys if they are not true and the installation of the software will be unsuccessful.

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There are several times when you have used the registry scanners to repair your registry and for enhancing the performance of the computer. Many of your friends might have suggested that spending money on commercially available software is a waste of money and may have advocated use of pirated software. These pirated registry scanners can be installed through the internet by making use of the cracked password. Very often, this actually works but still it is not correct to use. Also people in the practice of doing such things often underestimate the utility of using the original authenticated and complete version of the software.

If the speed of your computer system deteriorating day by and day it is due to the reason of corrupt registry. Registry is more a like referencing software located in the windows operating system that maintains the record of all the software as well as the program that are being loaded and unloaded in the operating system. The registry is like a central nervous system of the computer system. It is the core of the system and using any program causing harm to the registry is a serious matter.

With the constant use and span of time, the registry of the system gets overloaded with the unused files and data that that declines the speed of the system. Also the registry gets corrupted to mal ware or spy ware due to the inappropriate installation of the program.

Original versions of the registry scanner are generally free from the mal ware and spy ware and are no doubt more effective and efficient. So, from the next time onwards, if you near and dear ones suggest you to buy the cracked version of the registry scanners just give a serious thought.

There are lots and lots of registry scanners available in the market as well as on the internet too. It is vital to understand your usage and requirements once you make choice of the registry software.

The various disadvantages of using the cracked version of the registry scanner software are as follows:

  • You won’t get the maximum output if you use the cracked version of the software.
  • The cracked version if installed from the internet often carry mal ware which affects adversely the system, your system becomes more prone to hackers and attackers.
  • Use of cracked version of the software is illegal. Software piracy is considered as theft which is against law.
  • Cracked registry scanners won’t give you the proper updates. Even if you are updating your system the site will identify the keys if they are not true and the installation of the software will be unsuccessful.

Want to know which registry repair program [http://www.pcregistryfixed.com/review.html] our research found to be the best of all? Want to get your slow computer back to full speed quickly and easily? Try Registry Easy and see the difference in your system’s performance.

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Which is Better?

Forgive me for starting with a not-very-clever rewording of an old saying, but today “almost all news is good news” when you are trying to generate visibility for your company or organization. I’m going to tell you how to create valuable news releases from information that you might not think has value and get it published.

What do I mean by “almost all news is good news”? That just about any news can be turned into content for online and offline publications, gaining valuable visibility for your business or organization.

Traditional news releases — or press releases as they used to be called back when real presses were used by real news organizations to print news – had to vie for limited space on a printed page. Typically, that limited newsworthiness to stories about new products or services, new technologies, or major organizational news.

Today, however, the concept of “news” has changed dramatically. Publishing space is virtually unlimited and publishers hungry for content. The lines have blurred between so-called “real” news organizations such as newspapers, magazines, and broadcast news outlets and “new media” such as online citizen-journalism sites, blogs, e-letters, and news aggregator services. Today, many of the stumbling blocks have disappeared that were once between people generating news and the outlets that published it. It’s easier than ever now to get your news published in a variety of places. The trick is writing something that will be of enough interest for someone to pick it up and publish it.

Picking a topic

There are more things to write a news release about than you might think, starting with the obvious: a new product or service, openings and closings, restructurings (partnerships, mergers and acquisitions), and employee/staff news. These topics generally can be considered “hard” news and worthy of broad distribution, when possible.

There are a host of other topics, however, that many people don’t think to promote with a news release, but that make ideal “soft” news releases. These topics include trade show and conference appearances, awards, business anniversaries, new client wins, capital equipment purchases, and new capabilities. While a business publication editor may consider these topics too self-serving to warrant publication, there are still good reasons to write a release on them, as you will shortly see.

Creating your own news.

Don’t think you have enough news, hard or soft, to write about? Then think about creating your own news. Develop a simple industry or customer survey, publish the results on your website, and write a news release about it.

Write a report. Interview key personnel in your organization and your industry trade association about your market or industry and publish their insights. Then write a release about the key findings, announcing the availability of the report for download on your website. With a little thought, you should be able to come up with several ways to create your own news.

Writing a news release

Now you need to write about your topic. Remember that this is news, not advertising, and an editor is going to judge whether it’s worth publishing. Avoid jargon and using phrases such as “industry leading”, “number one”, “unique”, and any other terms that smack of self-serving advertising.

Lead with all the important information in the first paragraph, starting with the topic, the company, and why your news is important. Traditionally, this is known as the “five W’s and the H” – who, what, where, when, why, and how. Keep sentences simple and paragraphs short.

Add the details to the middle portion, or body, of your release and finish with what’s called the “boilerplate” – the standard information about your company or organization, including basic description, locations, and web address. If your company is big enough it can even include the number of employees, subsidiary information, and stock ticker symbol if it’s publicly traded.

Distributing a news release

Here comes the fun part – getting the word out so the right people see it. If your market is fairly small, you might be able to put together your own distribution list based on trade publications and industry organizations (here’s a tip for finding the right people on their websites: drill down to the Contact Us section, often a button in the footer at the very bottom of the page – key personnel and their email addresses are often listed there). It takes a little legwork, but it’s worth it because you will have a concise, up-to-date list of exactly the people you need to reach. Just remember to update it periodically.

If your company has important news with wider appeal, consider using one of the many paid news distribution services such as PR Newswire, PRWeb, or BusinessWire. These services can charge several hundred dollars or more per release, depending on the distribution you need, but they are worth it. Thousands of on- and off-line publications subscribe to these services to receive news releases, increasing your chances of getting seen by the right editors and audiences.

There are also many free online release distribution services that are worth looking into but too numerous to list completely here. Some of the more popular ones include PR.com, Webwire, PRZoom, Clickpress.com, and 24-7 Press Release.com. These types of distribution services are especially useful for distributing “soft news” releases such as business anniversaries, tradeshow appearances, and survey or report availabilities; releases designed to get your organization’s name in front of a wider audience of e-letter editors, bloggers, and other publishers with news that may not be “newsy” enough for, say, a trade publication or business page editor.

Soft news releases also make ideal content for your website. They provide significant, search-engine-optimizable text and other features attractive to search engines and potential customers. They are also a great way to refresh your site content on a regular basis. Even if you never distribute your company’s tenth anniversary release to a news service, you should definitely write one to put on your website.

So there you have it. The secret to getting noticed with news releases is to write about everything that can be considered news about your company or organization – not just new products or services. Be creative. Create your own news with surveys and reports. Distribute your releases appropriately. Pay to distribute the most critical and newsworthy ones, distribute soft news releases using free online distribution services, and be sure to add all of them to your website.

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Television News Channels in India

Experienced traders recognize the effects of global changes on Foreign Exchange (Forex/FX) markets, stock markets and futures markets. Factors such as interest rate decisions, inflation, retail sales, unemployment, industrial productions, consumer confidence surveys, business sentiment surveys, trade balance and manufacturing surveys affect currency movement. While traders could monitor this information manually using traditional news sources, profiting from automated or algorithmic trading utilizing low latency news feeds is an often more predictable and effective trading method that can increase profitability while reducing risk.

The faster a trader can receive economic news, analyze the data, make decisions, apply risk management models and execute trades, the more profitable they can become. Automated traders are generally more successful than manual traders because the automation will use a tested rules-based trading strategy that employs money management and risk management techniques. The strategy will process trends, analyze data and execute trades faster than a human with no emotion. In order to take advantage of the low latency news feeds it is essential to have the right low latency news feed provider, have a proper trading strategy and the correct network infrastructure to ensure the fastest possible latency to the news source in order to beat the competition on order entries and fills or execution.

How Do Low Latency News Feeds Work?

Low latency news feeds provide key economic data to sophisticated market participants for whom speed is a top priority. While the rest of the world receives economic news through aggregated news feeds, bureau services or mass media such as news web sites, radio or television low latency news traders count on lightning fast delivery of key economic releases. These include jobs figures, inflation data, and manufacturing indexes, directly from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Commerce Department, and the Treasury Press Room in a machine-readable feed that is optimized for algorithmic traders.

One method of controlling the release of news is an embargo. After the embargo is lifted for news event, reporters enter the release data into electronic format which is immediately distributed in a proprietary binary format. The data is sent over private networks to several distribution points near various large cities around the world. In order to receive the news data as quickly as possible, it is essential that a trader use a valid low latency news provider that has invested heavily in technology infrastructure. Embargoed data is requested by a source not to be published before a certain date and time or unless certain conditions have been met. The media is given advanced notice in order to prepare for the release.

News agencies also have reporters in sealed Government press rooms during a defined lock-up period. Lock-up data periods simply regulate the release of all news data so that every news outlet releases it simultaneously. This can be done in two ways: “Finger push” and “Switch Release” are used to regulate the release.

News feeds feature economic and corporate news that influence trading activity worldwide. Economic indicators are used to facilitate trading decisions. The news is fed into an algorithm that parses, consolidates, analyzes and makes trading recommendations based upon the news. The algorithms can filter the news, produce indicators and help traders make split-second decisions to avoid substantial losses.

Automated software trading programs enable faster trading decisions. Decisions made in microseconds may equate to a significant edge in the market.

News is a good indicator of the volatility of a market and if you trade the news, opportunities will present themselves. Traders tend to overreact when a news report is released, and under-react when there is very little news. Machine readable news provides historical data through archives that enable traders to back test price movements against specific economic indicators.

Each country releases important economic news during certain times of the day. Advanced traders analyze and execute trades almost instantaneously when the announcement is made. Instantaneous analysis is made possible through automated trading with low latency news feed. Automated trading can play a part of a trader’s risk management and loss avoidance strategy. With automated trading, historical back tests and algorithms are utilized to select optimal entry and exit points.

Traders must know when the data will be released to know when to monitor the market. For instance, important economic data in the United States is released between 8:30 AM and 10:00 AM EST. Canada releases information between 7:00 AM and 8:30 AM. Since currencies span the globe, traders may always find a market that is open and ready for trading.

A SAMPLE of Major Economic Indicators
Consumer Price Index
Employment Cost Index
Employment Situation
Producer Price Index
Productivity and Costs
Real Earnings
U.S. Import and Export Prices
Employment & Unemployment

Where Do You Put Your Servers? Important Geographic Locations for algorithmic trading Strategies

The majority of investors that trade the news seek to have their algorithmic trading platforms hosted as close as possible to news source and the execution venue as possible. General distribution locations for low latency news feed providers include globally: New York, Washington DC, Chicago and London.

The ideal locations to place your servers are in well-connected datacenters that allow you to directly connect your network or servers to the actually news feed source and execution venue. There must be a balance of distance and latency between both. You need to be close enough to the news in order to act upon the releases however, close enough to the broker or exchange to get your order in ahead of the masses looking for the best fill.

Low Latency News Feed Providers

Thomson Reuters uses proprietary, state of the art technology to produce a low latency news feed. The news feed is designed specifically for applications and is machine readable. Streaming XML broadcast is used to produce full text and metadata to ensure that investors never miss an event.

Another Thomson Reuters news feed features macro-economic events, natural disasters and violence in the country. An analysis of the news is released. When the category reaches a threshold, the investor’s trading and risk management system is notified to trigger an entry or exit point from the market. Thomson Reuters has a unique edge on global news compared to other providers being one of the most respected business news agencies in the world if not the most respected outside of the United States. They have the advantage of including global Reuters News to their feed in addition to third-party newswires and Economic data for both the United States and Europe. The University of Michigan Survey of Consumers report is also another major news event and releases data twice monthly. Thomson Reuters has exclusive media rights to The University of Michigan data.

Other low latency news providers include: Need to Know News, Dow Jones News and Rapidata which we will discuss further when they make information regarding their services more available.

Examples of News Affecting the Markets

A news feed may indicate a change in the unemployment rate. For the sake of the scenario, unemployment rates will show a positive change. Historical analysis may show that the change is not due to seasonal effects. News feeds show that buyer confidence is increasing due the decrease in unemployment rates. Reports provide a strong indication that the unemployment rate will remain low.

With this information, analysis may indicate that traders should short the USD. The algorithm may determine that the USD/JPY pair would yield the most profits. An automatic trade would be executed when the target is reached, and the trade will be on auto-pilot until completion.

The dollar could continue to fall despite reports of unemployment improvement provided from the news feed. Investors must keep in mind that multiple factors affect the movement of the United States Dollar. The unemployment rate may drop, but the overall economy may not improve. If larger investors do not change their perception of the dollar, then the dollar may continue to fall.

The big players will typically make their decisions prior to most of the retail or smaller traders. Big player decisions may affect the market in an unexpected way. If the decision is made on only information from the unemployment, the assumption will be incorrect. Non-directional bias assumes that any major news about a country will create a trading opportunity. Directional-bias trading accounts for all possible economic indicators including responses from major market players.

Trading The News – The Bottom Line

News moves the markets and if you trade the news, you can capitalize. There are very few of us that can argue against that fact. There is no doubt that the trader receiving news data ahead of the curve has the edge on getting a solid short-term trade on momentum trade in various markets whether FX, Equities or Futures. The cost of low latency infrastructure has dropped over the past few years making it possible to subscribe to a low latency news feed and receive the data from the source giving a tremendous edge over traders watching television, the Internet, radio or standard news feeds. In a market driven by large banks and hedge funds, low latency news feeds certainly give the big company edge to even individual traders.