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Swissquote Charts
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Swissquote Advanced Currency Markets Charts User Guide . The content of this document is confidential and the intellectual property of Swissquote Bank SA. This documentation is protected by copyright and distributed under licenses restricting its use, copying and distribution. No part of this documentation may be reproduced in any form by any means without prior written authorization of Swissquote Bank SA. CONTENTS WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 2.0 OVERVIEW Chart's drawing area Upper toolbar Lower toolbar Annotation toggle toolbar ........................................................................................................................... 7 CHART VIEW .................................................................................................................................................... 8 Change currency pair .................................................................................................................................. 8 Change available history ............................................................................................................................. 8 Change interval .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Change chart's representation ..................................................................................................................... 8 Shortcut toolbar .......................................................................................................................................... 9 Change chart properties .............................................................................................................................. 9 Summary .................................................................................................................................................. 10 Context menu ........................................................................................................................................... 11 INDICATORS .................................................................................................................................................. 12 Add an indicator ....................................................................................................................................... 13 Change parameters for an indicator .......................................................................................................... 14 Remove an indicator ................................................................................................................................. 15 Shortcut toolbar ........................................................................................................................................ 15 Context Menu ........................................................................................................................................... 15 OVERLAYS ..................................................................................................................................................... 16 Add an overlay ......................................................................................................................................... 17 ...

Grilling Guidelines
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aTHREE EASY STEPS TO GRILLING BEEF (GAS & CHARCOAL) 1. Prepare grill (gas or charcoal) according to manufacturer’s directions for medium heat. 2. Season beef (directly from the refrigerator) with herbs or spices, as desired. Place on cooking grid. 3. Grill according to chart, turning occasionally. After cooking, season with salt, if desired. Grilling Guidelines Thickness or Weight Beef Cut CHUCK RIB Shoulder Top Blade Steak (Flat Iron) Shoulder Steak, boneless (marinate) Shoulder Center Steak (Ranch) Shoulder Petite Tender Roast Rib Steak, small end Ribeye Steak LOIN Porterhouse/T-Bone Steak Top Loin (Strip) Steak, boneless Tenderloin Steak SIRLOIN Top Sirloin Steak, boneless CHARACOAL GRILLING (uncovered)* Approximate Total Cooking Time Medium Rare (145oF) to Medium (160oF) GAS GRILLING (covered) Approximate Total Cooking Time Medium Rare (145°F) to Medium (160°F)...

Minimalist Shoes Review - She Runs She Writes

Minimalism is getting big! The RF team round-up and try out some of the latest offerings Until recently minimalism was a term reserved for trendy homes. But in 2011, minimalism provided an answer to shoe manufacturers faced with the conundrum of making shoes for those who don't want them – the new 'barefoot' running community. The truth is minimalist, stripped-down, lightweight shoes aren't new and neither is barefoot running – remember Zola Budd! In the new minimalist category you'll find transitional shoes, which help you get used to less (not unlike racer trainers). But even manufacturers are aware of the shortcomings of providing lightweight shoes to the mass market, and many are selling them with 'education' as part of the package (i.e. you need to get used to these shoes, and get strong, before switching over). Here, the RF team test out the latest lightweight shoes. Read more reviews at our editor's blog"A lightweight shoe that rides close to the ground. A selling point is that these shoes keep you cool. A "minimalist upper lets air flow from all angles due to ClimaCool® material." The unique sole makes this comfortable shoe very flexible. The CC Ride is miCoach (www.micoach.com) compatible." "With very similar features to the women's version above, this 'C' graded shoe is for the occasional runner. Again not tested by RF, the shoe is described as a lightweight shoe with XDR foam for comfort, mesh upper for breathability and a rounded heel for improved rear to forefoot transition." Brooks pureproject Connect, £90, www.brooksrunning.co.uk "Super flexible shoe with "toe flex" for easier lift-off, an "ideal heel" to help you land further forward, a nav-bar to protect the mid foot, and Brooks BioMoGo DNA which blends into the entire sole, making it thin and adaptive. Connect give the lightest ride of the range. To be launched in October 2011." "An anatomical last is designed for a woman’s foot, providing optimal fit. Ecco Biom offer a tier system on the sole from A through to C, with A being for the serious runner and C the less serious. A yak leather upper is combined with the patented ion-mask™ treatment for durability." Not tested by RF. "Weighing at just 209g for men and 179g for women (Diva), these lightweight racing shoes from Japan are made with Asics' renowned Duosole for superb grip and responsiveness. They’re supposed to be worn for shorter races, but I wore them for the marathon. I felt I got support and a light ride..."

PM Plus: Purple: The Running Shoes - HMH School

STORY BOOKS LEVEL 20 Running words: 519 Many children enjoy the challenge of cross-country racing. In this story, Alex (who has been met in other Rigby PM Plus books) is no exception. She also proves that it takes more than a new pair of running shoes to win a race! Have students use a story board or story map to illustrate the story in four steps. They may label each illustration in words, phrases, or sentences, or they may dictate to teacher. Creating the atmosphere Discuss occasions when special shoes are often worn, e.g., at a party, at school, for sport, etc. Alternatively, reread The cross-country race. Focusing on the story • Cover Read the title and discuss the cover and title page illustrations. Recall other stories about Alex. • Pages 2–5 Talk about preparing for a sports event. Study the girls’ body language. Discuss Olivia’s expectation that she will win! • Pages 6–9 Talk about Alex’s reasons for wanting her dad to watch the race. Encourage children to express their own thoughts about the advice he gives to Alex. • Pages 10–13 Discuss Alex’s decision to “wait for the right moment.” The text fosters logical reasoning. Encourage children to predict what might happen next. • Pages 14–16 Check predictions. After children have read the text, ask them to explain why Alex has decided to keep her old shoes. Write “new is not always best” on a chart and discuss what this means. Exploring language features • On a chart, write “Some of the fastest runners in the world don’t wear shoes at all,” and “My dad says the best runners have the best shoes.” In pairs or small groups, have children discuss both sentences and report back to the class. • Discuss vocabulary that relates to time, e.g., the following week, weekend, afternoon, next week, and this year...

RETAIL/WHOLESALE TIRE DISTRIBUTION - Modern Tire Dealer

RETAIL/WHOLESALE TIRE DISTRIBUTION With respect to the auto dealership channel, which has grown 120% since 2000 and grew 22% last year, independent tire dealers continue to dominate tire distribution at the retail (see Chart 10) and wholesale levels. In 2008, they commanded 60% of the domestic retail passenger tire market, or 118.8 million tires. Thirty years ago, tire dealers represented 45% of the market. When you take wholesaling into account, independent tire dealers have an even greater share, because they are the main suppliers to franchised auto dealers (often as part of an agreement between the vehicle manufacturers and the tire manufacturers) and service stations. “Miscellaneous” includes mass merchandisers, warehouse clubs, auto parts chains, oil companies/service stations and other outlets that may supply tires to a retail store, or are involved in the supply line from the tire manufacturers to the end user. Before the bottom dropped out of the market in the last quarter, there already was a sign that independent tire retailers were suffering as a whole. Nearly 47% of the dealers surveyed as part of MTD’s third-quarter “State of the Industry Survey” projected their tire sales, in dollars, would surpass their 2007 sales. In the 2007 survey, however, the number was almost 60%. No tire distribution channel has grown faster in the last eight years than the auto dealerships. Car dealers sold 11 million replacement passenger tire units in 2008, the majority of those supplied by Dealer Tire LLC. But the channel’s growth may be affected more by the recession than any other channel. Coinciding with the decrease in vehicle production and sales was the decrease in franchised car dealerships. At the start of 2008, there were 20,700 new car dealerships in the U.S. NADA Chart 11 estimates there were between 19,700 and 19,900 dealerships left standing entering WAREHOUSE CLUB GROWTH the new year. It also projects a net decline of 900 more dealerships in 2009. Since 2004, the number of warehouse clubs in the However, the drop in dealerships is misleading, according to NADA, because not United States has increased by 14.3% (2% in 2008 vs. all dealerships are created equal. “In 1988, there were 7,007 dealerships with sales 2007). Costco Wholesale has grown the most, adding of less than 150 new vehicles per year. Today, there are only 3,336 such stores.” 73 stores in the last five years, an increase of 22.3%. Ford sells tires not only at its dealerships, but also through its Quick Lane Tire BJ’s Wholesale (16.1%) and Sam’s Club (9%) also & Auto Center network of close to 500 stores. The outlets sell OE brands such as have expanded. Nokian Tyres plc has been adding stores very aggressively in the last two years. It runs 11 company-owned retail stores in New England and one wholesale outlet based in Colchester, Vt. Additional stores are planned; they will most likely be concentrated in the Snow Belt region, according to the company...

Automotive Parts Distributors Wholesale to the Automotive Trade ...

Automotive Parts Distributors Wholesale to the Automotive Trade Since 1962 Master Cylinders • Wiper Motors ECMs • Smog Pumps • Gear Boxes Rack and Pinion • Brake Boosters Axles • Power Steering Pumps GM and Ford ECM Flashing Hoses • Caps • Timing Belts Molded Heater Hose •Thermostats Power Steering Hoses • Water Pumps Complete Timing Belt Kits • Fan Belts Import Spark Plugs • O2 Sensors Air Conditioning • Radiators Relays • MAF Sensors • Fuel Pumps Cabin Air Filters • Coils Air Fuel Sensors • Wire Sets Wiper Blades • Fuel Injection Reman Alternators & Starters • Everything in Brakes & Chassis • Loaded Struts • Alignment Products • Hub Bearings Radiators • Cooling Fan Assemblies Blower Motors • Side View Mirrors Head and Tail Lamp Assemblies Cabin Filters • Window Regulators New Alternators & Starters • Radiators • Fuel Pumps • Heater Cores • Complete Gas Tanks with Fuel Pump Assemblies • New and Remanufactured Alternators & Starters • Shocks & Struts • Import Car Radiators • Radiators • Heater Cores • New Compressors A-1 Cardone Select Distributors • New Wiper Motors Mass Air Flow Sensors Window Motors Master Cylinders • Window Lift Motors • Window Regulators • A/C Repair Products & Tools • Federated Branded Motor Oil and ATF • High Temp Grease • Hydraulic Fluid • Synthetic Oils...

Frank A. Drews, Monisha Pasupathi, and David L. Strayer University ...

PROCEEDINGS of the HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMICS SOCIETY 48th ANNUAL MEETING—2004 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Previous work on use of cell phones while driving compared cell phone conversations while driving with driving only conditions. This study investigated how conversing on a cell phone differs from conversing with a passenger. Participants conversed about close-call situations they experienced. We compared how well drivers followed task instructions when driving only, when driving and conversing on a cell phone,and when driving and conversing with a passenger. The results show that the number of driving errors was highest in the cell-phone condition. Analyzing the conversations we found that in passenger conversations more references were made to traffic and more turn taking followed those references than in cell phone conversations. The results show that passenger conversations differ from cell phone conversations because the surrounding traffic becomes a topic of the conversation, helping driver and passenger to share situation awareness, and mitigating the potential effects of conversation on driving.There is ample evidence that conversing on a cell-phone while driving affects driving performance negatively. Previous studies have found that cell phone use impairs the driving performance of younger adults (Alm & Nilsson, 1995; Briem & Hedman, 1995; Brookhuis, De Vries, & De Waard, 1991; Brown, Tickner, & Simmonds, 1969; Goodman et al., 1999; McKnight & McKnight, 1993; Redelmeier & Tibshirani, 1997; Strayer & Johnston, 2001; Strayer, Drews, & Johnston, 2003), and older adults (Strayer & Drews, 2003). The level of impairment can be compared to being intoxicated at a blood alcohol level of .08 (Strayer, Drews, & Crouch, 2003). Still unexamined is whether and how conversing on a cell phone differs from a conversation with a passenger. There are at least two competing hypotheses: One hypothesis is that there is no difference between cell-phone conversations and passenger conversations, and that both negatively affect driving performance. An alternative hypothesis is that the passenger in a passenger conversation shares the same situation as the driver. The passenger may monitor the surrounding traffic, and respond to changes in driving demands. This supportive behavior can be explicit, for example by referring to traffic dangers, or more implicit by moderating the conversational flow in response to increased difficulty of the driving task. Of course, this assumes that the passenger has at least a rudimentary understanding of potential dangers of traffic and the driving task. Directing the driver’s attention towards potential danger creates situation awareness (Endsley, 1995) of the surrounding traffic that is shared by the driver and the passenger. Contrary to this, in a cell-phone conversation, the person not driving lacks awareness of the traffic surrounding the driver...

Owner's manual
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Owner’s manual Hearty welcome among Ducati fans! Please accept our best compliments for choosing a Ducati motorcycle. We think you will ride your Ducati motorcycle for long journeys as well as short daily trips. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. wishes you smooth and enjoyable riding. We are steadily doing our best to improve our “Technical Assistance” service. For this reason, we recommend you to strictly follow the indications given in this manual, especially for motorcycle running-in. In this way, your Ducati motorbike will surely give you unforgettable emotions. For any servicing or suggestions you might need, please contact our authorised service centres. Note Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. declines any liability whatsoever for any mistakes incurred in drawing up this manual. The information contained herein is valid at the time of going to print. Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. reserves the right to make any changes required by the future development of the above-mentioned products. Enjoy your ride! For your safety, as well as to preserve the warranty, reliability and worth of your motorcycle, use original Ducati spare parts only. This manual forms an integral part of the motorcycle and - if the motorcycle is resold - must always be handed over to the new owner. Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the dealer 90 Scheduled maintenance chart: operations to be performed by the customer 93 Technical data 94 Overall dimensions (mm) 94 Weights 94...

Technical Analysis - 3rd wave consult
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Technical Analysis Intermediate / Advanced level Targeted audience Professional fund managers, traders, analysts and brokers wishing to expand their knowledge in investing and who know the basic of technical analysis Technical Analysis: Intermediate / Advanced level Detailed outlines Chart analysis Trend analysis and reversal patterns Continuation patterns and their theoretical targets Combining different time horizons Candlesticks analysis Relative strength analysis and pair trading Inter markets analysis Workshop and case study: Global macro strategies / Asset allocation using charts analysis Technical analysis Fibonacci Introduction to Elliott Wave Theory Gann theory Various cycles Workshop and case study: The use of Fibonacci retracement for swing trading Advanced technical tools Bollinger bands and bandwidth Use of short term and long term MAs On Balance Volume (OBV) Directional Movement Index (DMI) ICHIMOKU Indicators’ combination (RSI/STO, MACD/STO and STO/DMI)...

Technical Analysis: Introduction - Open Computing Facility

Technical Analysis: Introduction Investopedia.com Tutorials Technical Analysis: Introduction The methods used to analyze securities and make investment decisions fall into two very broad categories: fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis involves analyzing the characteristics of a company in order to estimate its value. Technical analysis takes a completely different approach; it doesn't care one bit about the "value" of a company or a commodity. Technicians (sometimes called chartists) are only interested in the price movements in the market. Despite all the fancy and exotic tools it employs, technical analysis really just studies supply and demand in a market in an attempt to determine what direction, or trend, will continue in the future. In other words, technical analysis attempts to understand the emotions in the market by studying the market itself, as opposed to its components. If you understand the benefits and limitations of technical analysis, it can give you a new set of tools or skills that will enable you to be a better trader or investor.In this tutorial, we'll introduce you to the subject of technical analysis. It's a broad topic, so we'll just cover the basics, providing you with the foundation you'll need to understand more advanced concepts down the road. Technical Analysis: The Basic Assumptions What Is Technical Analysis? Technical analysis is a method of evaluating securities by analyzing the statistics generated by market activity, such as past prices and volume. Technical analysts do not attempt to measure a security's intrinsic value, but instead use charts and other tools to identify patterns that can suggest future activity. Just as there are many investment styles on the fundamental side, there are also many different types of technical traders. Some rely on chart patterns, others use technical indicators and oscillators, and most use some combination of the two. In any case, technical analysts' exclusive use of historical price and volume data is what separates them from their fundamental counterparts. Unlike fundamental analysts, technical analysts don't care whether a stock is undervalued - the only thing that matters is a security's past trading data and what information this data can provide about where the security might move in the future. The market discounts everything. Price moves in trends. History tends to repeat itself. A major criticism of technical analysis is that it only considers price movement, ignoring the fundamental factors of the company. However, technical analysis assumes that, at any given time, a stock's price reflects everything that has or could affect the company - including fundamental factors. Technical analysts believe that the company's fundamentals, along with broader economic factors and market psychology, are all priced into the stock, removing the need to actually consider these factors separately. This only leaves the analysis of price movement, which technical theory views as a product of the supply and demand for a particular stock in the market...

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