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Are Hot Tips Accurate?

Every now and then, we hear some juicy news about a certain company making huge profits or about to liquidate, that is filing for bankruptcy. These juicy information can be found anywhere on line, from forums, chatting channels to the occasional spam emails we receive …etc While in the reality world, such news are also available in wet markets where housewives flock to, to casual gossips between people at food centers and even a simple conversation between you and the cab driver. The question is, how accurate are these hot tips? Are they reliable? Should i invest now in case i miss out on making huge potential returns to my portfolio? Well, there is no definite right or wrong answer to them. Why?

Always remember this and you will be doing yourself a huge favor. “There are always two sides to a coin.” This applies to everything including hot tips we are discussing here. Hot tips can be your key to making a lot of money but they also have the potential for huge losses. The general rule here is to not give nor listen to tips. If you allow hot tips to become part of your trading methods, chances are it will cost you more capital losses maybe not now but in the near future. You might start to believe in what others are saying and start to ignore what is already in your trading plan. This is especially so when the first few trades you made money in, came from hot tip sources and not your own research. That might actually cause a huge ego boost and you actually start to believe that research on your part is not necessary since hot tips are available and accessible easily. This false belief will definitely cause you huge losses in the long run.

Here’s what may happen when we open a position base on a hot tip. A trap that we could easily fall into can occur when your position starts to move against you. Even with a trading plan, you will be inclined to break all rules and not cut your losses because of the so called “reliable” information you have heard somewhere about the security’s future. Have confidence in your own trading approach and not worry about these hot tips of any nature regardless of their sources. Tips have always been considered disastrous, so there is no reason to think that they are different today. Confident traders remain rational and rely on their own methodology and stay unaffected by others say.

What about you giving tips away? When the position turns against you, it is possible to feel some obligation to stay in the trade because of the relationship you have with the person you gave the tip to. We can all imagine the embarrassment to face up to that person after the position was entered and tell them that the tip was no good and they should exit.

Have faith, trust and confidence in your own methodology. Continue to learn and improve your trading techniques. The best is to remain quiet!

Ben Ang is a entrepreneur, trader, investor, internet marketer and blogger. He has been trading and investing for the past 2 to 3 years, and always keen and willing to learn new knowledge or techniques to improve his trading, investing and also enhance his business. He has a investing blog where he shares knowledge and past experiences on his trading and investment.

Outstanding News in Pictures: 9 September 2011

Wildfire in Texas, funny image of a cheeky robin, 2011 Nike Mag and Russian ice hockey team plane crash are among the outstanding news on 9 September 2011.

The rain-starved Texas state has experienced one of most devastating wind-fueled wildfires happened seriously on Tuesday September 6 and spread the state’s firefighting ranks to the limit. This massive wildfire occurs due to the result of worst drought since the 1950s in this state. The serious wildfire has ruined over 1,000 homes and left at least four people dead. Crew members of the International Space Station provide a panoramic view of the east-central Texas numerous smoke plumes caused by wildfires burning across the state.

Diffuse smoke is seen to be moving offshore into the Gulf of Mexico

A cheeky robin stands on camera lens of photographer Edwin Kats and plays hide-and-seek by preventing him from taking the shot while he is trying to takes images

A single tourist camp is seen under stars on the steppe near Hashaat in Mongolia’s Dundgovi province

This plane carrying fire retardant is going to drop near Jefferson, Texas

A power cut happening to more than 1.4 million customers on Thursday during a blackout in the San Diego area forms the rare darkened San Diego skyline

People pray for victims of a Russian ice hockey team plane crash at the Old Town Square in Prague

The 154-foot, five-stage booster ATK Aerospace Systems rocket is tested in a Utah’s west desert

The large 21-foot crocodile is seen attacking a 300-pound Topi Antelope in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

In the picture is the limited-edition shoe named 2011 Nike Mag which has inspiration from appearance in the popular 1989 movie “Back to the Future II”

The picture, taken by astronaut Clayton Anderson aboard the International Space Station, demonstrates how beautiful the Bazaruto Island, St Antonio Island and Magaruque Island in the Mozambique Channel are

As can be noticed in the image, the second and the sixth homes in Bloomsburg have been moved out due to flood water from Fishing Creek

England captain Mike Tindall is seen before his team’s opening game of the 2011 World Cup against Argentina, at Otago Stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand

Miss USA Alyssa Campanella performs her swimsuit competition during the Miss Universe preliminary competition event in Sao Paulo, Brazil


ATK 5 segment solid rocket booster DM3 test


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Outstanding News in Picture: 8 September 2011

All outstanding news and events on 8 September 2011 are captured in the following impressive images.

The Yak-42 jet carrying Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice-hockey team terribly crashed and burst into flame after its taking off near Yaroslavl, some 300 km from Moscow, Russia on Wednesday, September 7, 2011. The accident has left at least 43 people dead. The reason of this awful flight crash is still unknown. There are only two survivors including Russian forward Alexander Galimov and flight crew member Alexander Sizov who have suffered serious from the burn. The whole team traveled to perform their first match of the new Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) season.

The Yak-42 jet

This image, taken by a tourist named Vadim Balakin, shows off the beautiful ice patterns of the Arctic Ocean in Franz Josef Land Archipelago, north of Russia

A video released by the San Diego Police Dept shows a suspect dressed like Gumby telling the store clerk that he is robbed, taking a gun, dropping 27 cents and leaving at a 7-Eleven in Rancho Penasquitos, California

Models wear creations of Spanish designer Juana Martin during the first show of Valencia Fashion Week

A person enjoys the Tribute in Lights ahead of the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City near the sky near the site of the World Trade Center

The Korea Aerospace Research Institute debuts the Arirang 5 satellite in Daejon, South Korea before the official launch in Russia planned for mid-November

A large construction crane, which was used to repair the tower of Washington National Cathedral after the earthquake, fell over into the crashing into two adjacent church house yesterday


The turtle enjoys a ride on an alligator at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Miss Mexico 2011 and Miss Puerto Rico 2011 perform their national costume outfits during a rehearsal in Sao Paulo, Brazil as part of 2011 Miss Universe competition

The combination of image shows off cleanup progress in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture after a six-month period of the March 11, 2011 tsunami

African lion Katya licks the head of zoo owner Aleksandr Pylyshenko in his cage in the city of Vasilyevka, southeastern Ukraine


First video of Yak-42 crash site Ice hockey team killed in Yaros.


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Outstanding News in Pictures: 6 September 2011

The aerial view of nearly-completed Shard near London Bridge, smiling clownfish, Black and Tan Coonhound named Harbor, Typhoon Talas consequence are among outstanding news of 6 September 2011.

This aerial picture shows a part of nearly-completed Shard near London Bridge at dusk after 18 months of construction. The Shard will be Europe’s tallest building thanks to the height of 310m (1,017ft). At present, the concrete core is now 800 feet tall and can be clearly seen dominating the cityscape even in its incomplete state. The Shard is designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano and financed by Qatar. The building will have planned to rise to 87 storeys, 310m (1,016ft) by 2012. 72 floors have now been completed. The tower is expected to attract two million visitors per day.

The nearly-completed Shard

Marta Gerique, the person took the shot of this cloud in Valencia, Spain, believed that the unusual cloud looks like a King

An albino hedgehog is seen lying at the zoo of the Botanical Garden in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi

The Volvo Ocean Race yacht, Camper with Emirates Team New Zealand are seen at the Thames River Barrier in London

Villagers caught a 21-foot (6.4 metre) saltwater crocodile in the town of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. The giant crocodile weighed more than a ton

Spanish Rafael Nadal reacts when he is suffering a pain during a press conference after the match against David Nalbandian of Argentina during the US Open tennis tournament in New York

Water lily pads form an amazing shape at a lake at Peru’s Pacaya Samiria National Reserve in the Amazon jungle

This potato at a market in Southwold, Suffolk resembles a pig

The clownfish, who is pictured by Steve De Neef among the stinging tentacles of a huge sea anemone, seems to be flashing a smile to the camera

A Black and Tan Coonhound named Harbor, aged 8 from Boulder, Colorado, USA, sets the coming Guinness World Records 2012 Edition for having the Longest Ears on a Living Dog thanks to left and right ears measurement of 12.25 inches and 13.5 inches respectively

This boy nicknamed Xiangxiang, aged 6, has to wear a mask to school everyday due to his injury from a fire in October, 2010. He is blind in his right eye and with has no mobility in his hands

Typhoon Talas caused vehicles being a mess in town of Nachikatsuura, Wakayama prefecture in western Japan

Doctors at a hospital in Istanbul are playing music as an unusual form of medicine to patients at Memorial hospital in the Turkish capital


Shard of Glass – London Bridge Tower


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Outstanding News In Pictures: 12 August 2011

All breaking news and outstanding events on 11 August 2011 in the world are excellently captured in the following impressive images. The daily news features Chinese seafood restaurant serving giant while shark, latest 3D image of asteroid Vesta’s equator, color image of Endeavour crater on Mars, protest by hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Jews and etc.

More than 50 staffs of a Chinese seafood restaurant have been called to move a huge whale shark into the restaurant. The giant whale shark was too big for the kitchen. The owner of this Wanzi Port Restaurant in Zhenjiang (Jiangsu Province), Shao Yingjiang, has bought the huge animal which was washed up on the beach at the price of 100,000 Yuan (£10,000). The shark weighs 1.77-ton and measures 5.8m long and 3m wide. A local butcher was invited to dismember the shark. More than 300kg of shark meat were sold out.

More than 50 staffs of a Chinese seafood restaurant have been called to move a huge whale shark into the restaurant

Paragliders, who are flying over Tehachapi, California, form a funny face with the moon

The picture by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity shows off a panoramic view of Endeavour crater – the impact crater located in Meridiani Planum on Mars – at the closet distance

The fake version of most expected Apple’s popular iPhone is selling China’s top e-commerce platform Taobao for 200 yuan (about £19)

Famous chef Antto Melasniemi is spotted in Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant in Helsinki where all cooking is done by using purely solar energy

A man looks at the protest by hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem’s Mea Shearim neighbourhood. They protest against the Jerusalem municipality

The 3D image of asteroid Vesta’s equator, taken by NASA‘s Dawn spacecraft, shows off hills, steep craters and troughs

Space Shuttle Discovery is seen before setting off to Endeavour outside Orbiter Processing Facility-3 at the Kennedy Space Centre

Endeavour crater, which is about 14 miles, is seen in the color photo by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity

Two-year-old Matthew Kealy looks fantastic while playing with the Australian Museum’s robotic Muttaburrasaurus named Winny Saur. Muttaburrasaurus was a large dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period in eastern Australia

US President Barack Obama walks onto the Air Force One before he departs Joint Base Andrews for Michigan


Opportunity Approaches Endeavour Crater


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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 5, 2011

The outstanding news in pictures on August 5, 2011 include the alarming case of child marriage in India, the sunken passenger cargo ship in central Philippines and the Wacken Open Air heavy metal music fest in Germany.

According to Indian law, the legal marriage age is 18, but child marriages in the country are very common, especially in poor, rural regions. Around 47 percent of women aged between 20 and 24 were got married before 18. In fact, child marriages are stealing the innocence of millions of girls worldwide and bringing them into poverty, poor health and ignorance.

Child bride Krishna (right), 12, laughs with her husband Kishan Gopal, 14, at her house in a village near Baran, located in the northwestern state of Rajasthan on August 4, 2011

Heavy metal music fans take a group bath before the first main performance on the first day of the Wacken Open Air heavy metal music fest, which attracts approximately 75,000 heavy metal fans around the world on August 4, 2011 in Wacken, Germany

Indonesian women pray on the fourth day of Ramadan at the Istiqlal mosque

An aerial photo taken on August 2 captures the sunken passenger cargo ship named M/V Asia Malaysia at the seas of Panay and Negros islands, central Philippines. Fortunately, all 147 passengers and screw were rescued

A child stands in front of her home at a refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya on Thursday, Aug 4. About 440,000 refugees, almost all come from war-ravaged Somalia, are gathering in Dadaab

About five fuel tankers carrying fuel for NATO and the US forces in Afghanistan caught fire at the depot on the outskirts of Kabul, August 4, 2011. No casualties were reported

A crew member of a sinking ship carrying 60,000 tons of coal from Indonesia to India is being rescued by an Indian Navy helicopter off the coast of Mumbai, India on Aug. 4, 2011

People watch riders performing on their motorcycles during a freestyle motocross event named FMX Jam


Child Marriages in India


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Outstanding News in Pictures: August 3, 2011

The outstanding news on August 2, 2011 include the exhibition “Conflux: A Union of the Sacred and the Anonymous” at Salisbury Cathedral, the twin deathly political violations in eastern Indonesia and the mood-meter gauging the number of happy and sad emoticons at the corner of Grand Street and West Broadway in New York City.

An exhibition called “Conflux: A Union of the Sacred and the Anonymous” at Salisbury Cathedral shows over 20 contemporary sculptures with different scales being placed at vacant plinths of the iconic 13th century building. It features the biggest single group of polychrome sculpture since the Reformation and runs until the end of October.

Sean Henry’s sculpture Man with Cup (2008) is exhibited on the West Front of Salisbury Cathedral on August 2, 2011 in Salisbury, United Kingdom

Carlos Antonio Carias Lopez, who was charged of the massacre of 252 farmers in the Dos Erres village, Guatemala in 1982, gestures after being sentenced to 6,060 years in prison on Tuesday, August 02 in Guatemala City

Three Canada geese swim along a stretch of the Regent’s Canal amidst green algae on August 2 in London, England. It is suggested that the toxic algae has widespread, following a sudden spell of hot weather

The south reflecting pool at the National September 11 Memorial at ground zero in New York is spotted on August 2, 2011. The memorial is planned to open in time for the tenth anniversary of the Sep. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

A billboard for JELL-O is placed at the corner of Grand Street and West Broadway on August 2 in New York City. It acts as a mood-meter by analyzing Twitter to gauge the number of happy and sad emoticons used at any given moment, which results in changing between a smile and a frown of this billboard’s face

The packaged bales of 15,000 pounds of cocaine, which was unloaded at Base Support Unit Miami on August 2, 2011, is being counted by a crew member from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Oak

The 12-foot-tall “Giant Mermaid” sculpture by artist Oliver Voss is placed at the inner Alster in Hamburg by workers on August 2, 2011, and planned to float for ten days

A man lies dead after supporters of two rival groups in Indonesia’s upcoming local elections clashed at Ilaga in Puncak, West Papua on July 31, 2011. The twin political violations in eastern Indonesia’s province, reportedly caused the death toll of 21


National September 11 Memorial in New York City


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Acetrader-Daily Market Outlook 4-4-2011

Market Review – 01/04/2011 20:16 GMT

Dollar falls broadly after dovish comments from the New York Fed President

The greenback fell across the board in New York midday after Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said in a speech in Pueto Rico that firming of economic activity is welcome and not a reason to reverse course. He also added that the Fed is still very far away from achieving its dual mandate of maximum sustainable employment and price stability.

Earlier, the dollar rallied against the Japanese yen following the much better-than-expected U.S. jobs report and price eventually extended recent ascent from record low of 76.25 to as high as 84.74 in New York morning before retreating on Dudley’s remarks.

U.S. non-farm payrolls increased by 216,000 in March versus street forecast of 190,000, private payrolls posted 230,000 gain versus forecast of 200,000 and unemployment rate fell slightly to 8.8% from last month’s reading of 8.9%. The unemployment rate has come down to its lowest level in 2 years.

The euro rallied in New York trading and went through another roller-coaster session. The single currency tanked from European high of 1.4180 to an intra-day low of 1.4061 after the stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data and later rallied back above 1.4200 level to a day’s high of 1.4246 on active short-covering as Dudley’s dovish comments clouded the Fed’s rate hike prospect, which was in sharp contrast to ECB’s certain rate hike next week. Cross-buying in euro also supported the single currency as eur/jpy and eur/chf rallied sharply from 117.74 to 119.80 and from 1.3012 to 1.3171 respectively.

Similar to the euro, the British pound also went through an extremely volatile session. Although cable ratcheted lower from European high of 1.6083 and tumbled to 1.5972 in New York morning, cable later rallied to as high as 1.6134 in tandem with euro before trading sideways. Earlier, a lower-than-expected U.K manufacturing PMI data also pressured sterling. U.K. March manufacturing PMI fell sharply to a five-month low of 57.1, much weaker than economists’ forecast of 60.6 and the downwardly revised reading of 60.9 in February. However, firms still ramped up prices at a record rate to cover rising costs. Markit said the slowdown in demand was most pronounced in the consumer goods sector, which was virtually stagnant and indicated a fall in domestic orders for such goods.

The Australian dollar posted another fresh 29-year high of 1.0398, New Zealand dollar rose strongly from 0.7581 to 0.7683 while usd/cad pair tumbled to a 3-year low of 0.9626.

Data to be released next week include:

EU Sentix investor confidence; U.K. construction PMI; EU PPI on Monday.

Australia trade balance and RBA rate decision; Germany services PMI; EU services PMI and retail sales ; U.K. service PMI; U.S. ISM non-manufacturing and FOMC meeting minutes on Tuesday.

U.K. BRC shop price index, industrial production and manufacturing production; Japan leading indicators; Swiss CPI; EU GDP; Germany factory orders; U.S. Midwest manufacturing; Canada Ivey PMI on Wednesday.

Australia Employment change; Japan BOJ rate decision; German industrial production; U.K. BOE rate decision and BOE asset purchase target; Canada building permits; U.S. jobless claims on Thursday.

Japan current account and economic watch DI; German export and import; U.K. core, input and output PPI; Canada employment change, unemployment rate and housing starts; U.S. wholesale inventories on Friday.

Investors Hot Spot- Nashik

Nashik (or Nasik) is located in the northwest of Maharashtra state, 200 km from Mumbai and Pune. It has a population of over 1 million. An ancient pilgrimage city in Maharashtra, Nashik is a rapidly growing industrial city. Almost every well-known company in India as well as the MNC has a plant located here, thus making the city grow, both horizontally and vertically. Apart from all these developments, Nashik has favorable climatic conditions which make the city & its surrounded areas more scenic & lively.

Nashik is one of the fastest growing cities of India; the credit hugely goes to its industrialization and development since 2002 with malls, new urban areas, infrastructure, educational institutions etc. It is also a pharmaceutical hub with presence GlaxoSmithKline and Fem. In recent years, Nasik has also
carved a niche for itself as India’s “Napa Valley” and locally established wine brands such as “Sula” and “Zampa” have attained international acclaim. The natural benefits of geography and climate and abundant availability of water catalyzed this growth.

These factors are creating lots of opportunities for developers of larger investments. Numerous major developers like Rahija group in conjunction with local real estate DSK Group Sanklecha Construction Group Nirman, etc.are stepping in the city with mega-IT SEZs, and housing projects. All types of residential villas, bungalows, apartments, homes etc in the town trending towards larger house with better and more polished looks along meeting with international accommodation standards. Areas around College Road, Gangapur Road, Jail Road, Indira Nagar, Pipeline Road, Ashok Nagar and Trimbak Road could loosely be categorized as the newly developed outer areas of Nashik.
Upcoming residential properties in Nashik are: Green Meadows by Sanklecha Constructions on Nashik-Pune Road, which offers 3 BHK flats. Nishant Gardens offer ready to move-in bungalows; Royal Nest on Nashik Road has budget homes, and Royale Town, which offers a choice of villas and bungalows.

The development of special economic zone (SEZ) over 1010 hectares in Nashik has brought the most spectacular developments in the commercial real estate market of Nasik. The project carries with all unique features such as race track, city Theatre, Botanical Garden, it zones, areas of education, the development of tourism, entertainment and other such things which makes it stand out. The project has been backed and supported by the Maharashtra Industrial Corporation with an investment of Rs 1555 crores.

Recently the government decided to prepare IT parks in the city of Nashik. The V-Tech park is one of the largest IT parks of Maharashtra. Nashik is also emerging as a BPO/IT destination and is in list of the selected Tier II cities for BPO/IT companies; companies like Datamatics, WNS, Winjit Technologies Pvt. Ltd. [2], I-Tech System, Nasik Online, Netwin and gloStream [3], which develops electronic medical record software and practice management solutions, have a presence in Nashik. Legrand at Sinner.

Nashik is deemed “the third most industrialized city of Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune”, mainly due to extensive industrial development in recent times.All the factors are proportionally related to the growing demand for property in Nashik. Investors in Nashik are spurring up in leaps and bounds. Hence if you are planning of investing in a lucrative city, without second thoughts Nashik is an excellent proposition

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Weekly News in Picture: 21 August 2011

The week (15 August 2011 to 21 August 2011) is flooded with hot news from all corners of the world.

The 10th International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2011, which is shortly known as MAKS-2011, is currently held in the small Science town of Zhukovskiy from 16th to 21st August, 2011. The air show is dedicated for lovers of aviation. The most fascinating and entertaining air show in the world is the best place for pilots and international aerobatic teams to show their skilled performance. At the international aviation hi-tech show, products of the aerospace and defense industries are also presented.

A team of planes performs at MAKS-2011

Christopher Ian Petrie, 23, of Tewantin, covered all national headlines thanks this inique motorized called Esky when he drove it down a Hastings St footpath

The newly Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, visits the Summerfield Community Centre – heart of the riots last week with her husband William

The driver of this £70,000 Lexus GS, who wants to get out of the traffic jam in Houston, Texas, performs a U-turn into a lane of freshly laid cement

The third dust storm strikes over Phoenix metropolitan area. The huge massive wall of rust-colored glow dust hit Phoenix area about 6pm

Farmers work at the Mae Salong Flower Hills Resort in the Mae Salongnok District, Chiang Rai Province, in Thailand

Peter Crouch came to the hairdressing salon of 89-year-old Aaron Biber after the old hairdresser restores his shop after the riot

32-year-old Susanne Eman with two sons Brendin and Gabriel are doing their weekly shopping at a local supermarket in Casa Grande, Arizona. The woman is trying her best to become the fattest woman ever

Princess Catherine Wedding Doll and Prince William Doll, which are dressed exactly like in their real wedding, are available for purchased at and all major toy retailers

The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, plays with children on their official visits to riot-areas including this Tottenham Green Leisure Centre in London

Amphibious cars motors, which features World War 2-era military transporters, jeeps and vintage-style cars, swim across the Lake Neuchatel near Saint-Blaise

Google team makes their way along the Amazon on the Negro River with a 360-degree camera system. The results will be database for Google Street View images

Some 152 people gathered and had a shower together in Bournemouth beach as a part of Lynx campaign to encourage more sociable showering in the UK


Dust Storm Phoenix Again!! August 18, 2011


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