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The foreign exchange market is global, and it is conducted over-the-counter (OTC) through the use of electronic trading platforms, or by telephone through trading desks. Some shorten the term to “forex” or “FX”. The OTC market is also known as the “spot”, “cash”, or “off-exchange” forex market. (A spot transaction refers to an exchange of currencies at the prevailing market rate.) Futures and futures options on different currencies can be traded on centralized boards of trade, or exchanges, such as the CME Group. The spot/cash/OTC/off-exchange forex market is not a market in the traditional sense, because there is no central trading location, or exchange. Rather, it is an interconnected telephone and electronic network of bank traders, dealers, brokers and fund managers for electronic transfers of money from one account into another account. The interbank market is one in which huge banks, insurance companies, corporations and other financial institutions manage the risks associated with fluctuations in currency rates by trading in large quantities. The secondary market – the OTC market – has developed more recently, permitting retail (smaller) investors to participate in forex markets. The OTC market has many of the same characteristics of the interbank market but it doesn’t provide the same prices, as the size of trades, and the volumes, are much smaller. Trading forex is buying one currency while at the same time selling a different currency. Some companies who do business in other countries use forex markets to convert profits from foreign sales into their domestic currency. Other reasons for trading forex include speculation for profit, or to hedge against currency fluctuations. SIZE AND DEPTH OF THE MARKET: Foreign exchange is the largest market in the world, with volume that exceeds commodities, financial futures and stocks by far. The Euro currency volume alone is more than 5 times the entire NYSE. The industry estimates that about $3.2 trillion of turnover occurs daily, on average, in global OTC foreign currency trading. A true, 24-hour-a-day market, 5 days a week, it begins on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Eastern standard time, and goes through Friday at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. Forex trading opens in Sydney and moves across the globe through Tokyo, London, and New York time zones. Investors and traders can respond immediately to currency fluctuations whenever they occur, no matter whether it is daytime or night. They can usually get in or out of the market without waiting for an opening bell or facing a market gap in liquidity that would be normal in stock trading. The forex market is a highly transparent market. That means that all current market information and news are widely accessible to all participants. THE MAJORS: S even currencies are the most actively traded of the world’s monies, and they are called the majors. Here they are listed with their symbols: ...
As discussed, all clients of United Mutual must qualify as Wholesale, and as such are assumed to have a good understanding of FX Markets and how they work, along with the use and consequences of margin and leverage. However, it never hurts to ‘brush up’, and we’ve therefore produced this document which summarizes the basics of Forex trading. Please note, United Mutual does NOT trade the ‘traditional’ way, and as such many of the topics and comments following are not applicable to our trading. When you read this document, keep in mind that our system and algorithm is unique in its application. www.unitedmutual.com.au Page 1 Forex Basics What is FOREX? The Foreign Exchange market - also referred to as "FOREX", "Forex", "Retail forex", "FX", "Spot FX" or just "Spot" - is the largest financial market in the world, with a volume of over $4 trillion a day. If you compare that to the $25 billion a day volume that the New York Stock Exchange trades, you can easily see how enormous the Foreign Exchange really is. It equates to more than three times the total amount of the stocks and futures markets combined! What is traded on the Foreign Exchange market? The simple answer is money. Forex trading is the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another. Currencies are traded through a broker or dealer, and are traded in pairs; for example the euro and the US dollar (EUR/USD) or the British pound and the Japanese Yen (GBP/JPY). Because you're not buying anything physical, this kind of trading can be confusing. Think of buying a currency as buying a share in a particular country. When you buy the Japanese Yen, you are in effect buying a share in the Japanese economy, as the price of the currency is a direct reflection of what the market thinks about the current and future health of the Japanese economy. In general, the exchange rate of a currency versus other currencies is a reflection of the condition of that country's economy, compared to the other countries' economies. Unlike other financial markets like the New York Stock Exchange or the ASX, the Forex spot market has neither a physical location nor a central exchange. The Forex market is considered an Over-the-Counter (OTC) or 'Interbank' market, due to the fact that the entire market is run electronically, within a network of banks, continuously over a 24-hour period. Until the late 1990's, only the "big guys" could play this game. The initial requirement was that you could trade only if you had about ten to fifty million bucks to start with. Forex was originally intended to be used by bankers, large institutions, and commercial accounts only. However, because of the rise of the Internet, online Forex trading firms are now able to offer trading accounts to smaller traders like us. However, the reality is to trade FX with adequate risk management, a large account is still required. Despite many websites, brokers and ‘education’ companies telling you otherwise, trading FX the traditional way – that is, trying to pick the direction correctly – is as close to a...
Rebuilding the Future The new World Trade Center embodies a bold vision: to remember, renew, and rebuild the future. With One World Trade Center, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, a state-of-the-art Transportation Hub, Vehicular Security Center, and more, the new site represents the triumph of the human spirit. The new World Trade Center is destined to become, once again, the world’s premier destination for commerce, culture and community. Fact Sheet 9/11 Memorial The National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center will memorialize the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks, a national tragedy that changed the course of history. Visitors will be able to learn, remember and pay tribute to those who lost their lives in New York, N.Y.; Shanksville, P.A.; and Washington, D.C., as well as the World Trade Center bombing in 1993. “Reflecting Absence,” the Memorial, consists of two massive voids sized over the footprints of the original Twin Towers with waterfalls cascading down their sides. The names of those who perished as a result of the attacks are inscribed around the edges of the Memorial waterfalls. The Memorial Plaza serves as a contemplative space amid the cacophony of sights and sounds of Lower Manhattan. A state-of-the-art museum, featuring interactive exhibitions, artifacts, memorabilia, a resource center, and areas for reflection will complement the Memorial. Monthly Highlights The Plaza is now open to the public daily. Visitors use kiosks with interactive displays to direct them to the names on the bronze parapets. Concrete work continues in the remaining northeast quadrant of the plaza as work progresses in the Pavilion and the below-grade Museum. construction progress Project particulars • Steel erection commenced on September 2, 2008, with the erection of a 7,700 pound column located near the footprint of the original World Trade Center’s North Tower. • A 65-foot-high by 62-foot wide piece of the original foundation wall, or slurry wall, is being preserved to allow visitors of the Memorial Museum to view it. A reinforcing wall was built behind this section to ensure the slurry wall’s integrity. • A total of 65,000 cubic yards of concrete, coupled with 8,658 tons of steel, are being used to build the Memorial. • The design for the Memorial was conceived by architect Michael Arad and landscape architect Peter Walker. More than 5,200 entrants from 63 nations completed in the Memorial Design Competition. Pavilion The Pavilion electrical contractor is pulling lines to feed power to equipment on the 3rd floor while maintaining temporary light and power during work hours. The miscellaneous metals contractor is installing miscellaneous steel throughout the site. The concrete contractor will be stripping formwork on the roof and the 3rd floor. Memorial Museum The plumbing contractor is working on punch list items while maintaining temporary water. In addition, the carpenter is installing sheetrock around the pick hole with the use of a lift on elevation 242' as well as plastering sheetrock walls around the South Footprint. The electrical contractor is maintaining temporary light and power. Johnson Controls will be working on start-up equipment in the north and south mechanical rooms at elevation 284' and elevation 264', respectively. Five Star is working on IT at the Telecom Main Distribution Frame (MDF), and working on fire alarm systems throughout the site. The contractor is installing light fixtures on the catwalk above the west chamber ceiling. The concrete contractor is installing formwork and rebar at elevation 284' by the Grand Staircase.
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CORDLESS POWER TOOLS SPEED LIGHTWEIGHT RUNTIME * With respect to the 20V MAX*: Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18. †Speed and runtime claims are versus other leading 18 volt lithium ion tools. Weight claim is versus DC9096. COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT Contoured mid-handle design Ideal balance Battery location allows tool to stand on ﬂat surfaces PERFORMANCE Delivers fast speed of application and long run-time DCF610S2 Screwdriver sinks 207 2-1/2" drywall screws on a single charge INNOVATIVE FEATURES 3 LED Illumination One-handed loading Wireless, removable camera screen * With respect to the 12V MAX*: Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 12 volts. Nominal voltage is 10.8. 1 8V BATTERIES WORK WITH ALL YOUR 1 8V DEWALT TOOLS. CORDLESS POWER TOOLS 3 CORDLESS POWER TOOLS HAMMER DRILLS SPECIFICATIONS Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings No Load Speed Max RPM Max BPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes SPECIFICATIONS Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Max BPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes 36V Lithium Ion 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Kit 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Premium 3-Speed Hammerdrill Kit DC901KL DCD985M2 DCD985B DCD970KL 36V 750 UWO 3 – 0-400 / 0-1,200 / 0-1,600 rpm 0-6,800 / 0-20,400 / 0-27,200 bpm 1/2" Metal, self-tightening 6.7 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 36V Lithium Ion 20V MAX* 535 UWO 3 – 0-575 / 0-1,350 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-9,775 / 0-22,950 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.2 lbs Fast Charger / (2) 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion (4.0 Ah) 360˚ side handle 20V MAX* 535 UWO 3 – 0-575 / 0-1,350 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-9,775 / 0-22,950 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 3.9 lbs (tool only) Sold Separately 18V 450 UWO 3 – 0-500 / 0-1,250 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-21,250 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.2 lbs 1-Hour Nicd/NiMH/Li-Ion charger / (2) 18V XRP™ Lithium Ion 360˚ side handle 360˚ side handle Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Max BPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes 20V MAX* 360 UWO 2 0-600 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-10,200 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 3.6 lbs Fast Charger / (2) 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion (2.0 Ah) On-board bit tip holder & belt hook Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Max BPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes 4 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Hammerdrill Kit 18V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Kit 18V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Kit 18V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver (Tool Only) DCD785C2 DCD959KX/VX** DCD950KX/VX** DCD950B 20V MAX* 350 UWO 2 0-600 / 2,000 rpm 0-10,200 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Ratcheting 3.5 lbs Fast Charger / (2) 20V MAX* Lithium Ion (1.5 Ah) On-board bit tip holder & belt hook 18V 420 UWO 3 0-450 / 0-1,450 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-7,650 / 0-24,650 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 6.0 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 18V XRP™ 360˚ side handle 18V 450 UWO 3 0-500 / 0-1,250 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-21,250 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 6.2 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 18V XRP™ 360˚ side handle 18V 450 UWO 3 0-500 / 0-1,250 / 0-2,000 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-21,250 / 0-34,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 3.9 lbs (tool only) Sold Separately 18V Compact Lithium Ion 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill Kit SPECIFICATIONS 360˚ side handle 18V XRP™ Lithium Ion 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Kit DCD795D2 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Compact Hammerdrill Kit SPECIFICATIONS 20V MAX* XR Premium 3-Speed Hammerdrill (Tool Only) 18V Compact 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill (Tool Only) 18V Compact 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill Kit 360˚ side handle 14.4V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Kit DCD775KL DCD775B DC725KA DCD930KX/VX** 18V 350 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-29,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 4.1 lbs (tool only) 30-Minute Charger / (2) 18V Compact Lithium Ion – 18V 350 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-29,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 3.1 lbs (tool only) Sold Separately 18V 410 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 0-8,500 / 0-29,000 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 4.9 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 18V 14.4V 325 UWO 3 0-425 / 0-1,200 / 0-1,800 rpm 0-7,225 / 0-20,400 / 0-30,600 bpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.7 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 14.4V XRP™ – – 360˚ side handle CORDLESS POWER TOOLS **Vehicle charger CORDLESS POWER TOOLS DRILL/ DRIVERS SPECIFICATIONS Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Premium 3-Speed Drill/Driver Kit 18V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit 18V XRP™ Lithium Ion 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit DCD980M2 DCD940KX DCD960KL DCD790D2 20V MAX* 535 UWO 3 0-575 / 0-1,350 / 0-2,000 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.2 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion (4.0 Ah) 360˚ side handle 18V 450 UWO 3 0-500 / 0-1,250 / 0-2,000 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 6.2 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 18V XRP™ 18V 450 UWO 3 0-500 / 0-1,250 / 0-2,000 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.2 lbs 1-Hour NiCd/NiMH/Li-Ion Charger / (2) 18V XRP™ Lithium Ion 360° side handle 20V MAX* 360 UWO 2 0-600 / 0-2,000 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 3.5 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion (2.0 Ah) On-board bit tip holder & belt hook 20V MAX* Compact Drill/Driver (Tool Only) 18V Compact Lithium Ion 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit 20V MAX* XR Brushless Compact Drill/Driver (Tool Only) SPECIFICATIONS 360° side handle 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Compact Drill/Driver Kit 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Drill/Driver Kit SPECIFICATIONS Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries SPECIFICATIONS Volts Max Power Max RPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries Includes DCD780C2 DCD780B DCD760KL 20V MAX* 360 UWO 2 0-600 / 2,000 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 2.6 lbs (tool Only) Sold Separately 20V MAX* 350 UWO 2 0-600 / 2,000 rpm 1/2" Ratcheting 2.7 lbs (tool only) Sold Separately 18V 350 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 1/2" Plastic, ratcheting 4.0 lbs 30-Minute Charger, (2) 18V Compact Lithium Ion On-board bit tip holder & belt hook 20V MAX* 350 UWO 2 0-600 / 2,000 rpm 1/2" Ratcheting 3.4 lbs 30-Minute Fast Charger / (2) 20V MAX* Lithium Ion (1.5 Ah) On-board bit tip holder & belt hook On-board bit tip holder & belt hook – 18V Compact 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit 14.4V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit 14.4V Compact 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit DCD760B DC720KA DCD920KX DC730KA 18V 350 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 1/2" Plastic, ratcheting 3.0 lbs (tool only) Sold Separately 18V 410 UWO 2 0-500 / 0-1,700 rpm 1/2" Plastic, ratcheting 4.8 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 18V 14.4V 325 UWO 3 0-425 / 0-1,200 / 0-1,800 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.7 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 14.4V XRP™ 14.4V 300 UWO 2 0-400 / 0-1,450 rpm 1/2" Plastic, ratcheting 4.3 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 14.4V 12V MAX* Lithium Ion 3/8" (10 mm) Drill/Driver Kit Includes DCD790B 18V Compact 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver (Tool Only) Volts Max Power # of Speed Settings Max RPM Chuck Size Chuck Type Weight Charger/Batteries 12V XRP™ 1/2" (13 mm) Drill/Driver Kit 12V Compact 3/8" (10 mm) Drill/Driver Kit DCD710S2 DCD910KX DC742KA DC750KA 12V MAX* 189 UWO 0-400 / 0-1,500 rpm 3/8" Plastic, ratcheting 2.4 lbs Fast Charger, (2) 12V MAX* Lithium Ion (1) belt hook 12V 285 UWO 0-425 / 0-1,200 / 0-1,800 rpm 1/2" Metal, ratcheting 5.2 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 12V XRP™ 12V 200 UWO 0-400 / 0-1,450 rpm 3/8" Plastic, ratcheting 3.8 lbs Fast Charger / (2) 12V 9.6V 130 UWO 0-300 / 0-1,100 rpm 3/8" Plastic, ratcheting 3.4 lbs 1-Hour Charger / (2) 9.6V – – – 9.6V Compact 3/8" (10 mm) Drill/Driver Kit CORDLESS POWER TOOLS
Steps for Downloading and/or Installing Java SE 7, the JMF, Apache Tomcat & Eclipse Java SE 7 The download instructions below refer to the latest version of the Java Standard Edition (Java SE), which (at the time of writing) is Java SE 7 Update 5. The Java SE Development Kit (JDK) includes the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and command-line development tools. It is actually the JDK that you are downloading, but we shall be referring only to the Java SE. 1. Go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html. 2. Click on the Download button underneath JDK, which is to the right of the text heading showing the latest version of Java. 3. In the table heading halfway down the page, click on the radio button to accept the licence agreement. 4. Click on the filename that appears alongside Windows x86. (This should have the format jdk7u-windows-i586.exe, where is replaced with a number that is either 5 or one slightly higher. 5. Click on the Save button and navigate to a suitable location for the download file (probably the top level of your drive C) and then click the next Save button. (File takes up 87.95MB or more.) 6. After downloading to a suitable location, click on the Open Folder button. 7. Double-click on the executable file that has either been downloaded or been copied from the CD. 8. Click on the Run button. 9. Click on the Next> button (when it becomes available). 10. Customisation is now allowed, via selection from 3 component groups, but simply leave the default selection of Development Tools. (Requires 300MB of disc space.) If you wish to change the default (JDK) installation directory to something more distinctive (such as C:\JavaSE7), then use the Change... button, navigate to your desired location, create a new folder if you wish (e.g., JavaSE7) and click on OK. 11. In the next window, click on Next>. 12. Click on the Change… button if you wish to change the default JRE installation folder (probably to JavaSE7\jre), navigate to the desired folder, select it and then click on OK. [Should NOT really be necessary, since you will merely be overwriting contents of existing jre folder, but can't abandon this without abandoning whole download!] 13. Click on Next>. 14. At the end of the installation process, click on Continue. 15. You may need to go through a process similar to the above for downloading the SDK, clicking on Close at the end. 16. Register with Oracle, if you wish, but there is no need for this....