The general Warren Buffett’s rule is never lose money; rule No. 2: don’t forget rule No. 1. The rule is really genius one and it really works. So, it is probably all you have to know about finance, especially about your own finance management.
However the world’s second-richest person reportedly lost more money as anyone else in the world with 1.4 billion fall. So he had $1.4 billion on Tuesday after Wells Fargo & Co. fell 3.3 percent as the fallout continued from revelations that bank employees had opened more than 2 million accounts without clients’ approval.
You see, life is a strange daedal game and you really never know when you’re going to come across one of its booby traps. Finally a really good decision is based not only on knowledge but something else. Life is like a game where you make the strategy and rules. Probably that’s why we love to play games so much, especially today when almost everyone has free access to any game he or she loves. Gaming brings us a wide spectrum of emotions because you never know for certain if you will win or not.
There are great number people who love casino games more than any other ones. They spend their leisure time, meetings with friend, and vacations playing their favorite games to get fun, new experience and even to ear money using different options and casino bonuses.
Actually, do you know someone who doesn’t keep score, who’s not looking to be richer, or don’t want to be trying to get the better in something or other. Just everyone does it by his own way.
Finally any success isn’t a result just of spontaneous combustion but you must set yourself on fire.
Brexit vote results are known pretty well. There are ton of articles, notes, statements sounded by all type of politics, experts, columnists, reviewers and others thronged trough all media around the world. here are some remarkable quotes about brexit:
“I think it’s a great thing. I think it’s a fantastic thing,” Donald Trump said after flying into Scotland.
“The period of the disintegration of the European Union has begun. And the first vessel to have departed is Britain,” said Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli.
“If the predictions now are right, this will be a victory for real people, a victory for ordinary people, a victory for decent people,” Nigel Farage, UKIP leader said.
Geert Wilders, Dutch politician: “We want be in charge of our own country, our own money, our own borders, and our own immigration policy”.
Marine Le Pen, right-wing French leader: “Victoire de la liberté ! Comme je le demande depuis des années, il faut maintenant le même référendum en France et dans les pays de l’UE MLP”.
Martin Schulz, EP President: “The EU is “well-prepared” for the referendum result, but “regrets the decision”. Schulz added that “he respected the sovereign will of voters”.
Brendan Cox, slain British MP Jo Cox’s husband: “Today Jo wld have remained optimistic & focussed on what she cld do to bring our country back together around our best values “.
Manfred Weber, EPP leader: “We respect and regret the decision of the British voters. It causes major damage to both sides.”.
Anton Boerner, German FTA chief: “That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. It is disturbing that the oldest democracy in the world turns its back on us.”
Gerard Araud, France’s envoy to the US: Araud, the French ambassador in Washington D.C. : “Now to the other member states to save the EU from unravelling which excludes business as usual, especially in Brussels. Reform or die!”
Bank of England: “it will ‘take all steps necessary’ to ensure financial stability in the UK”.
“It has undertaken extensive contingency planning and is working closely with HM Treasury, other domestic authorities and overseas central banks. The Bank of England will take all necessary steps to meet its responsibilities for monetary and financial stability,”.
No doubt we live in a gaming era. Today all of us see understand clearly what games mean to us. Games are going more and more mobile and more powerful than even the PCs we used to play before.
Besides, many games have become free to play or try, often we don’t need to purchase or even subscription to play. Now you can play online your favorite games choosing among a variety of available online games. Tnen players are trying more and more games rather than sticking to one or two.
The video games and mobile gaming sector continues to be an area of fast growth. The statistic shows that the online gaming market had a big increase in 2013. Asia is still the hotbed for gaming. China saw a 34% increase in games revenue in 2014, and online gaming made up a whopping 94% of the pie. Mobile gaming have become biggest market by 2015 estimated value of mobile games at $25 billion for the year.
According to US statistics 58% of Americans play video games. Gamers average age is 30. 62% of all gamers are adults. 77% of gamers play at least one hour a week, and 36% play games on their smart phone.
UK’s situation is more or les the same.The average age of UK gamer is 35, most of them are male and they play for almost 3 hours a week. Today, online games are so popular that we can even see annual game tournaments being organized around the world.
Games have become the subject of many conference, summit and track and the annual calendar of gaming events is truly wide, informative, spacious and diversified.
International Monetary Fund‘s experts say that a fall in the value of a nation’s currency can redound economic to boost exports. Meanwhile the European Central Bank embarked on a similar policy in January, helping the euro to fall by more than 10% since early 2014. As for the US dollar it is still up an shows the raise more than 10% since mid-2014.
Instead, Donald Trump warns in his recent speech that global currency devaluations ‘dangerous’ for U.S. “We just sit back and do nothing,” he said. “That’s getting to be very dangerous as far as I’m concerned.”
“The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and economic opportunists.”
Today’s global financial markets is very volatile as the global economic outlook deteriorates. There is no secret that the New Zealand economy, as part of global one is also facing challenges as well as other countries in the world being in dairy stresses, fading incremental and global ructions. However, NZ’s monthly economic indicators shows that NZ’s economic growth picked up over the second half of 2015 despite the inflation pressures weak.
It’s well known that economic reasons are the most commonly stated factors driving people from the previous residence for new ones. So New Zealand is staying in a range of those countries which are choosing by people in seeking for better life; where they prefer to travel and what they want to see.
First of all, it’s very beautiful country as well as New Zealand is the most peaceful place in the world and this factor is probably very important in our volatile world. Also the standard of living in New Zealand is on a par with such Western nation as the UK, France, or Germany. But not only economic reason makes people to move, but new experience and getting fun of course.
We are different but we are the same. All of us are interested in being successful in our businesses and lives. But you know, if you spend too much time thinking about money, you’ll never get what you really want. What do people want? They want money in their pocket and entertainment. Sure we all seek happiness, want to be in a good health, have a happy family and good friends. And yet, money and entertainment are those basic stones our wellbeing is staying on, right?
One of the most popular questions in social science is whether money makes people happy. I guess sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t. it depends from many factors but first of all from the winner. Finally winning is only half of gaming. Having fun is probably the most important one.
That’s why we like to play to win games. There are various online games, bonus features and jackpots you can choose from. New New Zealand real money bonus is a great opportunity to get the sense of playing pokies for real money enabling you to play for free and to continue playing with any winnings you make.
You can show your class, have pride, get fun and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.
“What’s wrong with Wall Street” is a new article that should be read to understand some causes of financial crisis rocking the global markets. Maureen Sherry, a 14-year veteran of Wall Street explains in the book “Opening Belle” she released this week.
This book may be very attracting to Hollywood’s attention as well. Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea’s Pacific Standard banner is developing a film version for Warner Bros.
Corruption and economic have a strong interdependence and interaction as well . That’s why I’d like to bring here a small part from EU ANTI-CORRUPTION REPORT.
At European level, three quarters of respondents (76 %) think that corruption is widespread in their own country. The countries where respondents are most likely to think corruption is widespread are Greece (99 %), Italy (97 %), Lithuania, Spain and the Czech Republic (95 % in each). A quarter of Europeans (26 %), compared with 29 % showed by
the 2011 Eurobarometer, consider that they are personally affected by corruption in their daily lives. People are most likely to say they are personally affected by corruption in Spain and Greece (63 % in each), Cyprus and Romania (57 % in each) and Croatia (55 %); and least likely to do so in Denmark (3 %), France and Germany (6 % in each). Around one in twelve Europeans (8 %) say they have experienced or witnessed a case of corruption in the past 12 months. Respondents are most likely to say they have experienced or witnessed corruption in Lithuania (25 %), Slovakia (21 %) and Poland (16 %) and least likely to do so in Finland and Denmark (3 % in each), Malta and the UK (4 % in each).
Around three quarters of Europeans (73 %) say that bribery and the use of connections is often the easiest way of obtaining certain public services in their country. This belief is most widespread in Greece (93 %), Cyprus (92 %), Slovakia and Croatia (89 % in each). Similarly to 2011, around two in three Europeans (67 %) think the financing of political parties is not sufficiently transparent and supervised. Most likely to hold that view are respondents from Spain (87 %), Greece (86 %), and the Czech Republic (81 %), while those least likely to hold this view are respondents from Denmark (47 %), the UK (54 %), Sweden (55 %) and Finland (56 %). Just under a quarter of Europeans (23 %) agree that their
Government’s efforts are effective in tackling corruption; around a quarter (26 %) think that there are enough successful prosecutions in their country to deter people from corrupt practices.
For the business-focused Flash survey the country results show striking variations: a difference of 89 percentage points between the highest (Greece: 99 %) and lowest (Denmark: 10 %) levels of perceived corruption. (The same result is reflected in the ‘Special Eurobarometer’ presented above: 20 % vs 99 %.) Indeed, all but one of the respondents from Greece are of the belief that corruption is widespread in Greece. At European level, more than 4 out of 10 companies consider corruption to be a problem for doing business, and this is true for patronage and nepotism too. When asked specifically whether corruption is a problem for doing business, 50 % of the construction sector and 33 % of the telecoms/IT companies felt it was a problem to a serious extent. The smaller the company, the more often corruption and nepotism appears as a problem for doing business. Corruption is most likely to be considered a problem when doing business by companies in the Czech Republic (71 %), Portugal (68 %), Greece and Slovakia (both 66 %).
Google has introduced a new service – the ‘buy’ button in search results which allows any internet users to purchase goods directly from its search results.
Sure, this is truly great idea to help users in their shopping deals without needing to visit a separate website. That’s fine. Wouldn’t it be cool if they would create ‘sell’ button in the same way? I suspect it would be great as well. Perhaps that will happen soon. Why not?
Seriously, it’s hard to imagine now the life without the Internet and mobile communication we have used at every step. It’s just the ‘unthinkable’ thing, right?
Today consumers increasingly comfortable using their mobile phones for wide range of products and services including mobile banking, buying goods, booking hotels and flights, ordering tickets, restaurants, taxi, and more and more. And mobile gaming is likely not too far behind.
You want to play your favorite video games? You’re welcome! You prefer online pokie real money? It’s easy! You can take an advantage of many thrilling popular games to enjoy with online gaming that is secure and safe, accountable and respectable.
iGaming industry has shown persistent growth over the past years. Why do people love to play games? First of all it’s fun isn’t it? After all they enjoy the challenge or competition and win.
The most popular forms of remote gambling are traditional casino games as well as online pokies which became very popular recently. Playing pokies on the webs offer betters odds and more features than live poker machines but at the same time it brings all of these fun and excitement to player.
After all it’s important that all games you can find at your online casino are available in a few clicks, at your smartphone.
BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The grouping was originally known as “BRIC” before the inclusion of South Africa in 2010.
The BRIC thesis posits that China and India will become the world’s dominant suppliers of manufactured goods and services, respectively, while Brazil and Russia will become similarly dominant as suppliers of raw materials. It’s important to note that the Goldman Sachs thesis isn’t that these countries are a political alliance (like the European Union) or a formal trading association – but they have the potential to form a powerful economic bloc. BRIC is now also used as a more generic marketing term to refer to these four emerging economies.
BRICS is an association of five major emerging national economies such countries as: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa and it rivals to the IMF and World Bank. Firstly the association was known as “BRIC” but after an inclusion of South Africa in 2010 became BRICS.
Population – 201,046,886
GDP (PPP) – $3259.079 bn
GDP (nominal)- $1903.934 bn
HFCE (2009) – $1,266.3 bn
Government spending $846.6 bn
Exports – $396.0 bn
Imports – $278.8 bn
GDP per capita (PPP) – $15,153
Literacy rate – 95.5%
Life expectancy (years, avg.) – 76.5