Tuesday, March 12, 2013

How to safe guard your money in Hyips

HYIPs, (High Yield Investment Programs) give very high returns on investments.
from  very high risk ventures eg Forex trading, Sports betting and  gambling.

There is no  guarantee on the ROI, which makes them high risk investment opportunities in nature.

There are also High Yield Investment Programs which do not invest at all, know as scammers or Ponzi. If truth be told, 99 % of HYIPs are either scammers or Ponzi.

Scammers usually collect money from investors and they disappear after they believe, they have got enough deposit. It is important to be aware of these facts, so that you will be able to play in HYIPs wisely. At the same time you should be able to identify these scammers properly, so that you will be able to stay away from them.

We can understand from these facts that, investing money in to high yield investment programs is very risky. To avoid the high risk involved with these kinds of investments you need to have a very solid and proven strategy. If you are not able to follow a solid and proven strategy, you will badly lose all your hard earned money badly.

Here are the most important strategies you should implement in your daily investment activities with HYIPs.

1. Before ou Invest, learn the nature of HYIPs

Most HYIP investors lose their hard earned money badly. Why? Because most of them lack knowledge and experience on how to deal in HYIPs arena. In other words they do not have knowledge on how to choose a particular HYIP for investment, how to manage their investment, what strategies and techniques to use, etc. They learn their lessons the hard way: they lose a lot of money first by investing how they shouldn't, and then they try to learn what they needed to know in the first place. There fore, before making any investment, learn first how to do all the hard things. Learn all about HYIP strategies and techniques. Learn ways to identify scammers and how to protect your account safe.

2. Make due diligence before making any investment decisions

Before making any investment decisions you should carefully make due diligence and analysis about the particular HYIP you are interested to join . Research and analyze as much information as possible before making any investment decisions. Do not invest unless they have hard evidence that these investment opportunities will bring you profit. Verify the validity of a particular program抯 real investment opportunities: They check the 揥HOIS DATA� so that they will be able to get the detailed information about a particular business. Make the optimal research before investing their money.

The first step you should take before investing your money into a high Yield Investment Programs is to find out the most profitable and stable programs that could bring a nice return on your investment.

i. Making research on popular search engine like Google is the easiest way you can start you research.

ii. Another tool for making a research is Forums. Forums are a great place to exchange ideas with people who have the same interest with you. There fore, as a research tool, you have to visit known, popular, trusted and professional forums and read what people are saying about different programs. You can also ask questions in these forums. But you should not believe every thing people are saying in forums. Because there are people answering your question, by posting their referral link, who are not interested in you but their commission.

iii. One thing I would like to remind you is, you should never depend your research on a single forum.


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Monday, March 11, 2013

Winners of 18 Straight, Heat Try to Stay Focused

LeBron James once carried a team to 66 wins. Ray Allen played for a club that won 19 consecutive games. Dwyane Wade led a team that finished with the Eastern Conference's best record.

For each, it's a footnote in seasons where no championship was won.

There's no arguing that the Miami Heat are playing better than any other team in the NBA right now. They've won 18 straight games, are sitting atop the league standings and have a very real chance of wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the East playoffs by the end of the month. While all that sounds good, it's not changing the singular priority of this Heat season.

Championship-or-bust was the thinking Miami carried into this year, and not even the seventh-longest winning streak in NBA history has changed that.

"It's not our goal," James said. "Our goal isn't to win games consecutive. Our goal is to win a championship. Right now, our goal is to get better each and every game, to continue to improve. That was never one of our goals coming into the season, see how many games we'd win in a row. Our goal is to win a championship and not take any shortcuts in that process."


Payrolls Rise as U.S. Jobless Rate Reaches Four-Year Low

Employment rose 236,000 last month after a revised 119,000 gain in January that was smaller than first estimated, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. The median forecast of 90 economists surveyed by Bloomberg projected an advance of 165,000. The jobless rate dropped to 7.7 percent, the lowest since December 2008, from 7.9 percent.

"It really should cause people to rethink their weak first-half growth estimates," said Drew Matus, deputy U.S. chief economist at UBS Securities LLC in Stamford, Connecticut, who correctly forecast the unemployment rate. "People counted out the U.S. consumer a little too easily on the payroll-tax increases."

Stocks, the dollar and Treasury yields all rose on signs the world's largest economy is gaining strength in the face of federal budget cuts and higher payroll taxes. The report may fuel debate among Federal Reserve policy makers considering how long to maintain record stimulus to boost growth and employment.

Matus said the report is likely to convince Fed policy makers "that they're doing exactly the right thing by stimulating the economy."

Stocks, Treasuries

The Standard & Poor's 500 Index rose 0.5 percent to 1,551.18 at the close in New York. Treasuries declined, pushing up the yield on the benchmark 10-year note to 2.04 percent from 2 percent late yesterday. The dollar extended gains versus the yen to the highest level since 2009.

Hiring in construction jumped by the most in almost six years. Payrolls also climbed at retailers and professional and business services such as temporary-help firms.

An improving labor market has enhanced the job prospects of college seniors, who are now searching for post-graduation employment. Most of those on track to graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta have job offers two months before May, when they leave, said Jasmine Lawrence, 21, a computer science major who has been hired by Microsoft Corp., where she had an internship last summer.

"It is a great time for engineers right now," said Lawrence, who said she had four offers, including one from Google Inc. and Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. "Lots of companies want to hire tech students."


New drug improves on standard blood thinner Plavix

An experimental new drug may prove a useful alternative to a standard anti-clotting drug, among patients undergoing angioplasty to open up a clogged blood vessel, researchers said Sunday.

Doctors commonly give patients anti-clotting drugs during angioplasty procedures, in which balloons are used to unclog blood vessels, which are then propped up with wire mesh.

One of the most common anti-clotting drugs, clopidogrel, or Plavix, prevents blood cells called platelets from sticking together and creating a clot that can block blood vessels.

In a study of 11,145 patients presented Sunday at an American College of Cardiology meeting in San Francisco, researchers found that cangrelor was slightly better at preventing death, heart attacks and re-clogging of the blood vessel. About 5.9% of those taking Plavix experience one of these problems, compared with 4.7% of those taking cangrelor.

The two drugs were about equal in terms of the risk of causing bleeding problems, according to the study, led by Deepak Bhatt, chief of cardiology at VA Boston Healthcare System. About 1.2% of those taking cangrelor developed shortness of breath, a rate that was four times higher than in the Plavix group.


Death of Hugo Chavez propels Venezuelan oil production into the spotlight

The move by the late firebrand Venezuelan leader also erased from his country the skills required for exploiting the country's vast oil reserves. He should have let them stay – and taxed the companies heavily. However, oil executives should pause for thought before they book a flight to Caracas following Mr Chavez's death last week.

Venezuela has the largest known oil reserves in the world, but oil output has slumped by almost a third because of Mr Chavez's nationalisation of the industry.

At the end of 2011, the country held 17.9pc of the world's known oil reserves, compared with 16.1pc in Saudi Arabia and 11pc in Canada, according to BP's statistical review of world energy. However, it only represented 3.5pc of global production compared with 13.2pc in Saudi Arabia.


How did the Delhi gang rape accused die in prison?

Delhi's Tihar prison promises "safe and secure custody" of inmates, according to its website.

But the death in prison of a man accused in the gang rape and murder of a student in Delhi has raised questions about security in what is South Asia's largest prison.

Ram Singh's death is also a huge embarrassment for the authorities. "So, one can commit suicide under the watchful eyes of the Tihar Jail. Great!," tweeted writer and activist Meena Kandasamy.

The 55-year-old jail houses more than 12,000 inmates, although it has an official capacity of about 6,000. It is also India's most high-profile prison, where a number of prominent politicians and businessmen facing trial in corruption cases are being held.

Authorities say Tihar is one of the most secure and modern prisons in India. It is equipped with CCTV cameras, mobile phone jamming devices, scanners and metal detectors.

The sprawling campus hardly looks like a jail. Visitors are shown a model prison where inmates make bread, shoes, furniture, paper and clothing, among other things.


Last spring, the future for Viddy, a video-sharing Facebook app, seemed as sunny as southern California’s skies.

Based a block away from Venice Beach, the 30-person startup impressed prospective investors with skyrocketing user growth figures and won funding from them at a $370 million valuation. The tech press hailed it as the "Instagram for video," potentially ripe for a billion-dollar-plus buyout. Justin Bieber wanted to invest — and the pop star eventually did just that.

But this month, the company fired its chief executive, laid off nearly half of its staff and blamed plummeting user numbers on something it once believed to be its ticket to success: Facebook Inc.

"Everyone has known for years that Facebook can be a huge driver of traffic, but Facebook also frequently changes who gets traffic," said Brian O'Malley, a Viddy director and a partner at venture capital firm Battery Ventures, which is an investor in Viddy. "We certainly didn't anticipate the decline."

Viddy's dramatic reversal of fortune is a common tale among builders of software and services that rode the No. 1 social network to viral stardom, only to plummet when Facebook made one of its frequent changes in the way third-party apps can communicate with and solicit customers.

Investors and entrepreneurs say that the unpredictable way that Facebook cuts off apps or suppresses their presence has made them increasingly wary of building companies that rely on Facebook. Some believe Facebook could eventually attract regulatory scrutiny because of its ability to make or break companies that rely on its billion-strong base of users.

Douglas Purdy, Facebook's director of developer products, said the company boosts traffic to apps that prove to be popular and takes it away from those that overwhelm people with notifications or are otherwise abusive or unpopular. In the past year and a half, Facebook has cut down spam complaints by 90 percent, he said.

"We don't want to be in the business of king-making," Purdy said. "In the end, users decide what they care about, and they have control over it. If you're a great developer and you're good at sharing really good content, you're going to get traffic."


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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

What is Your Marketing Strategy for your Product or Service?:

Markets, for example, are actual groups of potential buyers who can afford to buy your product or service. They have to have the need for your product or service and your customers have to have a desire to purchase your merchandise. Also, you have to know who your customers are. How do we create a need for buyers to buy our product or service? What is it about your "stuff" that serves what your potential customers need? These are the questions you must answer for your target customers so they will feel the need to buy from you. Find out by searching whom your customers are first to find out what they want and what kinds of questions they are asking. Find out what they have to have or must have. To do this you must:
1. Go to any search engine and type in your product or service and click on any of your competition.
2. Find out if they have a blog or forum and join. Don't post bad stuff just play nice. You must read the rules if any and obey them.
3. Spend about fifteen minutes a day on each blog and see what questions are being asked then answer them if you know the answer.

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The Customer is the most important Visitor on our premises, we are not doing him a favour by serving him  ,rather he is doing us a favour by letting us serve him.- Gandhi

Sunday, March 3, 2013

can Ucc really deactivate phones

Im still in shock that ucc in this day and age can still try to bully
us into doing what they should have done ages ago