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Gold Traded Fund





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    traded
  • Buy and sell goods and services

  • Buy or sell (a particular item or product)

  • (Trading (commerce)) Trade is the voluntary, often asymmetric, exchange of goods, services, or money. Trade is also called commerce or transaction. A mechanism that allows trade is called a market. The original form of trade was barter, the direct exchange of goods and services.

  • Trades is a commune in the Rhone department in eastern France.

  • (esp. of shares or currency) Be bought and sold at a specified price

  • (trading) buying or selling securities or commodities





    gold
  • coins made of gold

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • An alloy of this

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color





    fund
  • A large stock or supply of something

  • place or store up in a fund for accumulation

  • A sum of money saved or made available for a particular purpose

  • a reserve of money set aside for some purpose

  • Financial resources

  • convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds











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The Complete Guide to Investing in Exchange Traded Funds: How to Earn High Rates of Returns- Safely


The Complete Guide to Investing in Exchange Traded Funds: How to Earn High Rates of Returns- Safely



The growth of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in recent years alongside an unprecedented access to investment resources by any individual with a computer has led to a major boost in the market for many of these funds. According to recently released numbers for the 2007 fiscal year, as reported in the Chicago Tribune, there are currently more than $608 billion in assets within ETFs, with almost $400 billion of that in domestically traded assets an increase of almost 40 percent in one year. This book will provide for you a complete guide to both understanding how to invest in Exchange Traded Funds and to earn the highest possible rates of return without risking your financial future. You will learn why the ETF has become the next major addition to essentially every casual trader s portfolio, offering a viable alternative to high-fee mutual funds and Wall Street infused stock trading. You will discover the multiple ways in which you can build the stock equity side of your portfolio, through large and small growth, sector investing, international investing, and with specialized stock ETFs. In addition to standard forms of ETFs, you will learn the various forms of Bond ETFs, Real Estate Investment Trading ETFs, and Commodity ETFs for gold, silver, and other precious metals. Also, you will discover why you should include a mixture of non-ETF investments in your portfolio to remain diversified at all times. A special section detailing a sample ETF portfolio and how yours should be organized will help you understand the format and building structure for ETF investments. The keys to buying and holding successfully, a stark change from normal investment strategies, will help you learn what ETFs do differently, while the listing of rule exceptions make it easy to recognize when you will have even more options than you originally expected. Through countless hours of interviews with financial professionals and newly independent traders like yourself, you will learn exactly how ETFs are being used today to revolutionize the world of personal finance, including retirement funding, education savings, and portfolio diversification. A list of commonly asked questions will ensure that every possible question you currently have is taken care of and the top ten mistakes that every new investor makes when starting with ETFs will help keep you from increasing your risk. You will be shown the entire corral of trading options at your disposal, both online and offline, and how Internet trading can help to increase your returns even further. The vital task of risk management is touched on repeatedly within each chapter, while trading profiles help you understand which investments have been most successful in recent years. For anyone getting ready to start trading in the highly lucrative ETF market, this book is a must have tool.










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Fray Bentos ...lackey of the Capitalist running-dogs.




Fray Bentos ...lackey of the Capitalist running-dogs.





To say that during my 20 years on the buses I was never "strong union" would be to understate the case. That one had no choice in the matter was one of the things I most resented. The Union ...it was the T&GWU... had used its powers of blackmail to coerce the Company into accepting a closed shop. The membership application form was presented to you at the same time as your PSV licence application. No union membership no job, mate ...up to you. I remember two drivers who resigned from the Union after they had been in the job for a while and were "sent to Coventry". Conductors refused to work with them, motivated more often by the prospect of sitting in the canteen "off the road" than by principled considerations. Whenever I heard some union leader on television complaining about "victimisation" I used to reach for a packet of acid drops and my cork-firing pop-gun. On one occasion ...still a conductor in those days... I made a point of working with one of these pariahs, but made damn sure I stood on the stairs as I passed through the City Centre relief point, where large numbers of Company staff were always standing around. It didn't pay to stick your neck out.
What appalled me most though, was the fruit machine racket. The Union operated gambling machines in every Company canteen. The profits were divided 50-50 between Union funds and the membership. The membership got its cut in the form of a Christmas pay-out. Back in the early 1980s this was typically around ?65 per capita. If you multiply this figure by the number of Company employees and then double it, you have the total "take" from the machines. Clearly it was a very large sum. The machines were emptied daily by the union "road reps" ...as shop stewards were known within the Company. The coins were poured into big cloth bags and taken behind locked doors ...for security, of course... to be counted. Our Union chief, whom I had better not name, always had that neat, pink, well-scrubbed look of prosperous people. He wore a good suit, gold-rimmed spectacles, carried a briefcase and drove a Jag. Yet he was employed by the Company as a driver and paid bus drivers' wages. This was his only income. It was fairly obvious what was happening. If a small part of the "take" from the fruit machines were creamed off it would go unnoticed. The precise income from the machines was, in any case, what the people who emptied them said it was. Every employee knew this was going on but connived at it. After my time one of the road reps was sacked when his part in the scam was somehow brought to the company's attention in such a way that it had to be seen to act.
On May Day 1973 the Union called a one-day strike. I can't remember why ...probably nothing more than a bloody-minded desire to rub everyone's noses in the fact that it was the International Festival of Labour and to demonstrate their solidarity with the regime which, at the time, had hundreds of nuclear warheads aimed straight at them.
I used the free day to go for a long reactionary-pastoral walk, from Downend to Lansdown, on the Cotswold escarpment north of Bath. I walked along the disused Bath branch line from Mangotsfield and then took to the lanes. I stopped for an hour or so and, lying on my stomach, sketched a wild orchid into a notebook (ruled feint) with a ballpoint pen. I still have the drawing. Here we see an inquisitive bull who lumbered up to me while I was standing by the Ordnance Survey triangulation pillar (771ft) on Hanging Hill, above Upton Cheyney.











TEMPUS FUDGEIT - LABOUR DAY MARCH 12TH 1856- 2007




TEMPUS FUDGEIT - LABOUR DAY MARCH 12TH 1856- 2007





The public subscription funded monument on the corner of Russell and Victoria Street (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) commemorates the 8 hours labour movement in Victoria which was successfully championed by stonemasons in 1856; they had a lot of clout as the Gold Rushes meant that their skills were in high demand for the bullion funded construction boom.

The eight hour day was then introduced generally to the Melbourne building trades, though it had actually been won beforehand by other unions around the world, but only for limited durations. Still, the Austalian victory was the world's first (hopefully!) permanently achieved 8 hour day.

According to some sources the concept of the 8 hour paid working day can be traced back to the Industrial Revolution in Britain and may have been first formulated by Welsh social reformer and factory owner Robert Owen around 1810.

Building unions marked the achievement with a parade from the Carlton Gardens to the Richmond Cremorne Gardens

This marble column monument to the campaign was erected in 1903. The column's design was inspired by the spear shaft and tip from which a flag was flown during the procession. The Triple 8s stand for 8 hours labour, 8 hours recreation and 8 hours rest....

The current Moomba celebrations held on the Labour Day long weekend in Melbourne had their origins in the 8 hour day movement all those years ago.

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I took the picture on Labour Day, 2007, which was the 151st Anniversary of the campaign. I've used Photoshop to sepia tone it, float text copied from the column's plinth across the column, and add a minor lens flare as well as the feathered border.

I celebrated Labour Day on my radio show by playing eccentric versions of The Internationale and assorted union themed protest and satirical songs.














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gold traded fund




Leeb's Cash Cow Volume 1 Issue 1






The advent of exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, was nothing short of a financial revolution when the first one debuted in 1993. Able to trade baskets of financial instruments with the ease, transparency, and certainty of trading a single stock, ETFs rapidly attracted investor interest, and today the over 900 ETFs boast nearly $1 trillion in assets. The sector is one of Wall Street’s most successful innovations.

Taking advantage of the diversity in ETF offerings now as well as the myriad ways in which they can be used in portfolio strategy, Leeb’s Cash Cow is designed to give investors everything they need in order to capitalize on the deep, long-term trends we see developing in the markets and the global economy. And there is plenty to consider. Chindia continues its inexorable rise to economic domination, having game-changing effects on commodities and raw materials the world over. The U.S. economy continues to sputter halfway between first and second gear, keeping our stock market in a holding pattern, while fiscal stimulus debases the U.S. dollar and sends gold to record prices. In the meantime, there are significant forces at work within global economies, especially Europe, as sovereign debt levels of a few years ago are now rightly seen as unsustainable.

Through ETFs, we can navigate these waters with lower risk and more precise investment focus. And the timing is right: developed economies are recovering while developing ones continue to pursue paths requiring massive amounts of investment, materials and capital. Cash Cow will be there every step of the way, with highly efficient vehicles designed to give you the maximum upside to these trends with the lowest risk. Welcome aboard!

The advent of exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, was nothing short of a financial revolution when the first one debuted in 1993. Able to trade baskets of financial instruments with the ease, transparency, and certainty of trading a single stock, ETFs rapidly attracted investor interest, and today the over 900 ETFs boast nearly $1 trillion in assets. The sector is one of Wall Street’s most successful innovations.

Taking advantage of the diversity in ETF offerings now as well as the myriad ways in which they can be used in portfolio strategy, Leeb’s Cash Cow is designed to give investors everything they need in order to capitalize on the deep, long-term trends we see developing in the markets and the global economy. And there is plenty to consider. Chindia continues its inexorable rise to economic domination, having game-changing effects on commodities and raw materials the world over. The U.S. economy continues to sputter halfway between first and second gear, keeping our stock market in a holding pattern, while fiscal stimulus debases the U.S. dollar and sends gold to record prices. In the meantime, there are significant forces at work within global economies, especially Europe, as sovereign debt levels of a few years ago are now rightly seen as unsustainable.

Through ETFs, we can navigate these waters with lower risk and more precise investment focus. And the timing is right: developed economies are recovering while developing ones continue to pursue paths requiring massive amounts of investment, materials and capital. Cash Cow will be there every step of the way, with highly efficient vehicles designed to give you the maximum upside to these trends with the lowest risk. Welcome aboard!










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