Meanwhile, the chairman of the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission told CNBC ahead of the open that his commission would monitor the market closely on Monday.
Greek traders told Reuters on Sunday that they expected a torrid day of losses when the stock market opened. Takis Zamanis, chief trader at Beta Securities, told the news agency that "the possibility of seeing even a single share rise in tomorrow's session is almost zero."
"While it would be easy to suggest that today's reopening of the Greek stock market is a key step on the road to some form of normalization, it is likely to be anything but," according to Michael Hewson, chief markets analysts at CMC Markets, who warned of "volatility and losses."
Where can I get real-time equity options quotes for a reasonable price (i am not a company) besides screen scrapping Yahoo! Finance? duplicate
EpiLife djeluje Turnerovom stanu u New Yorku, i predstavlja njegovu želju da zajednici vrati za ono što mu je pomogla u djetinstvu. Naime, Kene je u mladosti izgubio majku koja je umrla od posljedica raka. Nikada nije upoznao oca. Iako je imao obitelj, zajednica mu je zapravo najviše pomogla.
Anderson je uspio u onome što mnogi Amerikanci očajno žele. Svoju vještinu — izradu organskih sapuna ili sapunifikaciju— pretvorio je profitabilan biznis koji radi kod kuće. Anderson Soap Company pokrenut je 2007. u njegovom stanu u Kaliforniji, a potom se preselio u unajmljeni stan u Portland, Oregon, gdje živi sa svojom zaručnicom djecom. Anderson, koji je započeo karijeru u računovodstvu, zaljubio se u posao izrade sapuna nakon što je pohađao seminar o kemiji. Do sada je svoje sapune prodao u 50 država, a radi na pojačanju međunarodne distribucije u Maleziji i Švedskoj.
Ann Whitley Wood je bivša odvjetnica, a sada eBay poduzetnica koja je pronašla svoj biznis u dizajnerskoj odjeći i kolekcionarskim predmetima s eBay-a. Ono što je bio hobi postao je pravi biznis kroz njezinu trgovinu Willow-Wear, gdje radi s oko 40 klijenata svaki dan iz svog doma u Texasu. 2010, Wood je prodala preko 1,100 predmeta u vrijednost 450,000 američkih dolara, i tako je postala jedna od eBayevih najjačih trgovaca. Iako ne drži proizvode u svojoj kući već ih skladišti “virtualno”, rad od kuće glavni je dio njezinog biznisa. Wood kaže da moraš dobro poznavati i razumjeti svoj proizvod kao i svoju konkurenciju ako želiš biti dobar prodavač.
Forums and profiles are the very core of true social trading. Forums allow you to talk to other traders directly, profiles help you get to know who they are. The best platforms will provide full profiles with biographical information, details about trading style as well as a tally of open and closed trades. The plain copy trading platforms may give you a name, a top asset and a win rate but not much more than that and they rarely have a forum attached so you may have to go looking for one to support your trading account. I participate in two forums, Communitraders and BinaryOptions.net, where you can find me and many other traders discussing all aspects of binary options, technical analysis, the economy, forex, tips for trading NADEX, strategy and just about anything else we can think of.
Trader Sentiment/Investor Sentiment – This is a simple tool that may come in a variety of forms but all based on the same idea; that the market can tell you which way to trade. These tools typically give a rating of the market, of who is trading the asset and expiry you are looking at how they are trading; bullish or bearish. You will find this tool embedded in the trade platform in the form of a bar or graph that shows which percentage of the market is bullish or bearish. The stronger the sentiment the stronger the so called indication. The caveat with this tool is multifaceted.
Copying is great for those who would like the experience of trading without any of the hassles that come with it but it is not all wine and rose. Finding a good trader isn’t as easy at sounds and there is no guarantee of their future success, not to mention the fact that many platforms are populated by robots which in some cases makes copy trading riskier than trading for yourself. I prefer to have as much control as possible over my traders because it is important for money management.
The one thing that all the broker supplied forms of “social trading” lack is the one thing that defines what true social trading is; social interaction intended for the benefit of the individual traders and the trading community at large. It includes forums, profiles, blogs, articles and yes the brokers and copy platforms but above all social interaction. Traders have to be able to communicate with each other or else it’s just not social.
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What is SAP HANA?
goptions implements a flexible parser for command line options.
After the short/long option names are one or more of the following:
Key targets were the support for both long and short flag versions, mutually exclusive flags, and verbs. Flags and their corresponding variables are defined by the tags in a (possibly anonymous) struct.
Each field of your struct can be tagged with a goptions
Of all the ways to make money at home and online, affiliate marketing is one of the easiest to start. While most successful affiliate marketers have a website or blog, you don't actually need one (although I'd recommend it). To get started:
While affiliate marketing can be done part-time, it's not automatic. It requires research and a plan. You have to know and understand your target market, and continue to do things to reach them so they can click on your affiliate links.
Another common type is when you're paid per action or lead. For example, if you refer someone who signs up for businesses free trail, the business pays you for the sign up. Although not seen as often anymore, some will pay you per click (this is seen most in contextual ad programs such as Google Adsense) or per impression (each time the ad is loaded on your website).
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Affiliate marketing offers many perks including:
There are several types of affiliate programs.Most will pay you a flat rate or percentage of the sale you make (pay-per-sale).
Like most things in life, affiliate marketing isn't perfect.
Merger arbitrage opportunities can be found in any type of market, but the current environment could create some additional value as investors sell without properly evaluating risk. A more conservative arbitrage trade involves using highly correlated ETF pairs in order to profit from pricing differences without needing to worry about price direction. As the markets undergo a more negative shift, speculating on pair correlations rather than stock values could be a less risky and potentially more profitable strategy.
The other major consideration to the deal is the value of the company right now. If the markets continue heading down, the deal might be renegotiated or even canceled altogether. Investors should note though, that under the current conditions, Anthem's stock price would need to fall considerably to make Cigna's stock price fairly valued at today's price - down to around $82 per share.
However, as any savvy investor knows, when the markets panic, there are bound to be opportunities available.
While arbitrage strategies are often used as speculative investments, they can also be a good way to mitigate risk as well. Trading pricing inefficiencies requires a different outlook than simply betting on the direction of the financial markets, making it useful as a non-correlated trading strategy compared with most investment styles.
The VIX, an index that measures overall fear levels in the stock market, has been on a roller coaster for the month of July. It hit a high of 20.05 on the 9th before seemingly settling down again, touching 11.77 by the 17th. Since then however, volatility has slowly been rising and now stands at 13.44 as of the close of the 28th.
3. Keep your eyes (and ears) peeled for cameos from John Carpenter and his then-wife Adrienne Barbeau. Thanks to Alfred Hitchcock, directors are more keen to make some kind of brief cameo in their own work (or worse, want to cast themselves in a lead role they’re entirely ill-suited for — M. Night Shyamalan, we’re looking at you…) And true to form, Carpenter. who made physical or vocal cameos in most of his films from “Dark Star” to “Memoirs Of An Invisible Man,” does crop up in “The Thing,” as one of the Norwegians in the video footage. Meanwhile, the director’s then-wife Adrienne Barbeau, who’d starred in “The Fog” and “Escape From New York,” lends her voice to the chess computer. Probably less recognizable is the rifle-carrying Norwegian in the opening; the part was played by Larry J. Franco, who was an associate producer, the 2nd unit director, and at the time, was married to Russell’s sister Jill (he’s gone on produce “Batman Begins” and “2012” among many others). Carpenter claims on the DVD commentary that Franco was making up his Norwegian lines, speaking nonsense, but in fact, it does make sense, albeit in a broken way. It does give the game away to any Norwegian viewers, however; the lines translate as “”Get the hell outta there. That’s not a dog, it’s some sort of thing! It’s imitating a dog, it isn’t real! Get away you idiots!”
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2. Australian actor Jack Thompson was nearly cast in the lead role, while Ernie Hudson, Donald Pleasance, Brian Dennehy and Lee Van Cleef all came close to parts too.Kurt Russell had starred in two of Carpenter’s last three pictures: 1979’s TV movie “Elvis” and 1981’s “Escape From New York,” but the director was wary of working with him too many times, and initially looked elsewhere for an actor to play MacReady. Overtures were made to Jeff Bridges, Christopher Walken, Nick Nolte, Kris Kristofferson and Sam Shepard, but all were unavailable, or turned the project down. More serious meetings were held with John Heard, Tom Berenger, Fred Ward, Ed Harris, Scott Glenn, Peter Coyote and Tim McIntyre (the latter four all passing on the project), while Carpenter favorite Tom Atkins (“The Fog,” “Escape From New York“) was an early front-runner. Surprisingly, it was Australian actor Jack Thompson who’d won Best Supporting Actor at Cannes for “Breaker Morant” (and has gone on more recently to parts in films including “December Boys,” “Australia” and the upcoming “Great Gatsby“) who came closest, being flown in to read for Carpenter personally. But ultimately, the director decided the project would be best served with a reunion with Russell. Other Carpenter vets were in the running for parts too — “Halloween” star Donald Pleasance was considered for Blair, but it was decided to go for a less familiar face, and Wilford Brimley got the gig instead. Meanwhile, Lee Van Cleef was up for Garry, along with Jerry Orbach, Kevin Conway, Richard Mulligan and Powers Boothe, while Russell’s “Escape From New York” co-star Isaac Hayes was in consideration to play Childs, as were Geoffrey Holder, Carl Weathers and Bernie Casey, while Ernie Hudson came very close. In the end, Donald Moffat and Keith David took the roles. Finally, Brian Dennehy, who’d also been up to play MacReady, was very nearly Dr. Copper (William Daniels also read), before Carpenter decided on Richard Dysart.
5. An alternate, happy ending was shot, but has never been shown. The DVD and Blu-Ray do include one alternate ending, where the Thing, taking the form of the sled-dog once again, looks back at the flaming camp before running off into the wilderness, suggesting that attempts at containing the threat have failed, and that mankind is likely doomed. However, a far happier ending does exist, although it’s been seen by only a few who weren’t involved with the production. On the DVD documentary “Terror Takes Shape,” editor Todd C Ramsay details that he suggested to Carpenter that they cover themselves by shooting a happy ending while they still had Russell available (the actor was going on to shoot “Silkwood“), in case it became necessary later on. Carpenter agreed, and an alternate conclusion was filmed, whereby MacReady is rescued, and given a blood test that proves he’s not a creature. Thankfully, it was never used, and has never been included on any release of the film (although a radically different TV edit, disowned by Carpenter, featuring opening voiceover, cuts for violence and language, and longer introductions to the cast, was created by Universal in the 1980s). As for the canonical ending, Carpenter still insists that he doesn’t know which of MacReady or Childs is really The Thing at the end. And that’s the way we like it.
June 25, 1982, was a good day for genre fans. Hell, that summer saw a spate of genre classics released, including “The Road Warrior,” “Poltergeist,” and “E.T.” But June 25th in particular saw not only the release, as we discussed earlier today, of “Blade Runner,” but also another legendary sci-fi picture, which like Ridley Scott’s film, wasn’t well-received at the time, and flopped at the box office, but went on to be enshrined in the geek hall of fame. No, it’s not Barry Bostwyck vehicle “MegaForce,” but John Carpenter‘s terrifying “The Thing,” which despite the efforts of last year’s poor retread/prequel, remains one of the greatest sci-fi/horrors ever made.
1. “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” helmer Tobe Hooper was the first director attached. Producer Stuart Cohen (who keeps an excellent and detailed blog about the making of the film), David Foster and Lawrence Turman took the prospect of a remake of Howard Hawks‘ “The Thing From Another World” (or more accurately, a new, more faithful adaptation of John W. Campbell’s story “Who Goes There?“), to Universal, where Turman-Foster Productions had a deal, in the mid 1970s. “The Sugarland Express” writers Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins had the rights, but they passed on the new adaptation, and Universal picked up the book from them. While Cohen says he wanted his old USC classmate John Carpenter involved from the start, the director hadn’t yet broken out with “Halloween,” and Universal had Tobe Hooper, director of “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” under contract at that point, and he was hired along with writing partner Kim Henkel. However, producers weren’t pleased with their script, described by Cohen as “a sort of Antarctica ‘Moby Dick’ with an Ahab-like character (I believe his name was The Captain) battling a large, but decidedly non-shape shifting creature…a tone poem with a stab at a Southern, Davis Grubb-like feel” After a meeting with “Animal House” helmer John Landis, playwright David Wiltse was brought on, but that draft too failed to meet muster, and neither did a treatment from “Logan’s Run” scribe William F. Nolan. The project then languished for a few years until the success of “Alien” saw it pick up steam again, and Carpenter, who’d reinvented the horror genre with “Halloween,” was loosely attached, although didn’t want to write the script himself. A number of scribes were approached, including sci-fi legend Richard Matheson (who turned it down), “Quatermass” creator Nigel Kneale, and “The Deer Hunter” writer Derek Washburn, but it was Bill Lancaster, son of screen legend Burt Lancaster, and writer of the “Bad News Bears” movies, who proved the right fit, with Carpenter declaring his eventual draft — delivered three and a half months late — as the best script he’d ever read. Even then, there was nearly another hitch — just as the film threatened to be greenlit, Carpenter thought that a horror-western passion project “El Diablo,” was close to being made at EMI Films, and nearly bailed. Walter Hill, Michael Ritchie and even Sam Peckinpah were all discussed as replacements before Carpenter came back to the fold.