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El Sistema De Trading De Los Profesionales

Author : Eloy
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Ganar dinero de forma consistente en los mercados financieros no es tarea fácil, sobre todo si no sabes dónde te estás metiendo, este mundo está gobernado por un grupo amplio de operadores a los que conocemos como profesionales y más vulgarmente como tiburones. Para ellos ganar es fácil porque ven el mercado desde otro ángulo. En este manual quiero que entiendas cómo operan, como se comunican entre ellos, como testean el mercado para medir las fuerzas de oferta y demanda. Aquí encontrarás cómo debes operar en el mercado de una forma acertada, se explican dos setups de entrada en momentos en los que los tiburones están haciendo sus testeos, de esta forma las posibilidades de éxito son muy altas. Todo este plan de trading que te proporciono está elaborado atendiendo sólo la acción del precio y el volumen, nada de indicadores ni osciladores que lo único que hacen son cálculos de datos del pasado, no valen para nada, el volumen y el precio es lo único que funciona. Todo ello con muchos gráficos de ejemplo para que la compresión del método sea lo más sencilla posible. Ahora en video curso! accede con un descuento del 50%

Early Modern Trading Networks In Europe

Author : AnaSofia Ribeiro
ISBN : 9781351568982
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the early modern period, trade became a truly global phenomenon. The logistics, financial and organizational complexity associated with it increased in order to connect distant geographies and merchants from different backgrounds. How did these merchants prevent their partners from dishonesty in a time where formal institutions and legislation did not traverse these different worlds? This book studies the mechanisms and criteria of cooperation in early modern trading networks. It uses an interdisciplinary approach, through the case study of a Castilian long-distance merchant of the sixteenth century, Simon Ruiz, who traded within the limits of the Portuguese and Spanish overseas empires. Early Modern Trading Networks in Europe discusses the importance of reciprocity mechanisms, trust and reputation in the context of early modern business relations, using network analysis methodology, combining quantitative data with qualitative information. It considers how cooperation and prevention could simultaneously create a business relationship, and describes the mechanisms of control, policing and punishment used to avoid opportunism and deception among a group of business partners. Using bills of exchange and correspondence from Simon Ruiz?s private archive, it charts the evolution of this business network through time, debating which criteria should be included or excluded from business networks, as well as the emergence of standards. This book intends to put forward a new approach to early modern trade which focusses on individuals interacting in self-organized structures, rather than on States or Empires. It shows how indirect reciprocity was much more frequent than direct reciprocity among early modern merchants and how informal norms, like ostracism and signalling, helped to prevent defection and deception in an effective way. This book will be of interest to all early modern historians, especially those with an interest
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Trading Places

Author : Maartje van Gelder
ISBN : 9789047428879
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book deals with the Netherlandish merchant community in early modern Venice. It analyses how these immigrant traders used their commercial position to secure a place in the city and shows the consequences of the changes in international commerce for Venetian society.
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Panama This Month

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Permit Trading In Different Applications

Author : Bernd Hansjürgens
ISBN : 9781136710438
Genre : Business & Economics
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Permit trading is an environmental policy instrument that has received increasing levels of attention over recent years. Coming from the field of air quality management, with the European CO2 emissions trading system being the most prominent example, it enters new fields of application, such as land use policy and biodiversity protection, water quality and water quantity trading. This book gives an overview of these recent developments and discusses the possibilities and limits of permit trading in environmental policies. The advantages of permit trading are not only seen with respect to economic efficiency, which leads to achieving the environmental target at minimum cost, but also with respect to the instrument’s environmental effectiveness. By setting a cap for the overall emissions, a given environmental target can be met. This makes permit trading an interesting case for many environmental fields where safeguarding the environmental target plays a dominant role. Against this background, permit trading is discussed in environmental policy fields, where it has not been considered before, for example, land use management, biodiversity protection and water trading. Permit Trading in Different Applications analyses the properties of permit trading: its possibilities and limitations, its design options and its restrictions on a more general level. It demonstrates how lessons learnt in established policy fields like air quality management can be transferred to new and emerging fields of application. This collection will provide students and practitioners in environmental sciences and policy with valuable research into instrument choice and design with respect to permit trading.
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Exporters Review

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ISBN : CHI:096630576
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Designing Criminal Tribunals

Author : Steven D. Roper
ISBN : 0754642690
Genre : Political Science
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Tracing the development of international humanitarian law especially since World War II, this volume focuses on the role of the international community in crafting international and mixed war crimes tribunals. It examines the cases of the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Cambodia and East Timor and is the only book available to cover such a breadth of cases.
Category: Political Science