Monday, May 4, 2015

  1. Open the Google Translate website. You can access it
    • Google Translate is not a perfect translator. Oftentimes the structure of the sentence will not translate properly, making it odd or incorrect in the other language. Google Translate should be used as a guide to get the basic concepts of a piece, not as an accurate translation.
  2. 2
    Copy the text that you want translated. You can copy text from any source, including documents and other websites. You can also type the text in yourself.
  3. 3
    Paste or type the text you want translated into the left field on the Google Translate page. If you're typing a foreign language, click here for instructions on typing foreign characters.

  5. 4
    Click the "Handwriting" button to draw characters. It looks like a pencil at the bottom of the text field. This is especially useful for non-Latin languages.
  6. 5
    Select the language of the pasted text if Google translate does not automatically detect the right language. You can click the "▼" button to see all of the available languages.
  7. 6
    Click the "Ä" button to display the text in Latin characters. This is especially useful for non-Latin languages such as Japanese or Arabic.
  8. 7
    Click the "Listen" button to hear the pasted text spoken. This can be useful for learning proper pronunciation.
  9. 8
    Look at the translated text in the right text field. By default, Google will translate into whatever your personal language is. You can select different languages using the buttons above the field.
    • If the translation didn't happen automatically, click the "Translate".
  10. 9
    Save a translation to your Phrasebook. Your Phrasebook is a collection of translations that you've saved for later use. You can access your Phrasebook by clicking the Phrasebook button above the right field.
  11. 10
    Click the "Listen" button beneath the translation to hear it spoken.
  12. 11
    Correct a translation if you notice an error. Click the "Wrong?" button if you spot an error. Make the correction and click the "Contribute" button, and your correction may be implemented into Google Translate.[1]

Monday, February 9, 2015

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Ramai orang baru dan orang lama rugi dalam pasaran FOREX kerana gagal untuk analisa pasaran, dan akibatnya
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Daftar Klinik Forex Bersama Gabungan 2 Teknik Forex BBMA & Fibo Panda

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Seminar ini dirangka untuk orang baru dan lama, mudah difahami dan sesuai untuk semua jenis teknik.


Didedahkan teknik PLP supaya anda jelas trend dan arah market. 


Perkara paling penting ialah mindset PANDA, dengan mindset ini membolehkan anda fokus dan tenang semasa trade.


Ini antara penting, akan dibongkarkan rahsia entri panda yang telah memberikan hasil berlipat ganda sebelum ini.


Bagaimana dengan menconteng dan menanda di chart menggunakan PLP supaya anda jelas halatuju market.


Step by step sistem kompas dimana anda akan tahu bagaimana untuk analisa pasaran.


Rahsia tersimpan bagaimana untuk menggunakan trendline, body, channel dan strategi Breakout Line sekaligus membolehkan anda masuk market cara betul. 

Friday, December 5, 2014

YouTube blogger Zoe Sugg, known as Zoella, poses during a photocall for her debut novel "Girl Online" in London, Nov. 24, 2014.
At just 24, Zoe Sugg, has already become an online sensation, producing beauty and fashion videos on YouTube that have been watched more than 400 million times. But this week the English video blogger also became a literary sensation. Her first novel, Girl Online,sold more copies in its first week of publication in the United Kingdom than any previous debut novel on record and is now the U.K.’s fastest selling book of the year.
The Young Adult novel, which was published on Nov. 25 by Atria/Keywords Press in the U.S. and by Penguin in the U.K., sold more than 78,000 copies in its first week, the highest number of sales in the first week recorded by Nielsen BookScan since they began recording information six years ago, according to The Bookseller. First-week sales for Girl Online, which has been billed as a modern-day Notting Hill for teens, have even eclipsed the first-week sales from the debuts of J.K. Rowling, Dan Brown and EL James.
Commenting on the book’s strong debut, Sugg, who has 2.6 million followers on Twitter, said in a statement, “It’s such an amazing feeling. I’m so grateful to everyone who has bought a copy of Girl Online. I love that so many of my viewers are enjoying the book! This year has been so exciting and this for sure is the icing on the cake.”

Sugg, who is widely known by her blog name, Zoella, first rose to fame with her beauty and make-up tutorials, attracting millions of views from a young and loyal fanbase. When she first started her blog in early 2009 she wrote posts about beauty products she liked or her shopping trips. But before long she branched out and started vlogging (video blogging). Her upbeat, unpretentious tips and tutorials — where she’d demonstrate how to perfect a messy bun or share which drugstore cosmetics she loves — proved popular with her young fans. Sugg then started vlogging about weightier issues such as body image, anxiety and panic attacks and offering life advice for her devoted viewers, cementing her role as an inspiration and idol for millions of young girls.
And thanks to her sunny disposition and wholesome lifestyle — Sugg is vocal about the fact that she doesn’t drink or do drugs — Zoella’s approval rating with parents of young girls also sky-rocketed. In theTelegraph, writer Judith Woods, whose young daughter counts herself among Sugg’s many fans, pronounced the young star “The Perfect Role Model.”
But 2014 has been the year when things really exploded for Sugg offline as well. Not only did she secure a two-book deal with Penguin — Girl Online’s sequel is due out next year — she scored the Teen Choice Award for Choice Web Star: Fashion and Beauty, appeared inBritish Vogue, launched her own line of beauty products and was even asked by Bob Geldof to sing on the Band Aid charity single for Ebola along with Bono, One Direction and Ed Sheeran.
As her star has risen, Sugg has met some backlash. A handful of British journalists and other bloggers have criticized Sugg and her burgeoning empire. A writer for the Independent described Sugg’s persona as “sickly sweet” and wondered why the vlogger didn’t “encourage kids to spend their pocket money on books or days out with friends, rather than on the latest liquid eyeliner.” Meanwhile, in the Telegraph, a piece described Sugg as “both a product and a figurehead of a generation that is obsessed with staying safe,” not to mention “infuriatingly bland and intimidatingly perfect.”

Not that her fans are swayed by the criticism; tickets for her Girl Online book signings across the U.K. last week sold out within 24 hours. It’s hard to imagine that even Sugg would be bothered by a few naysayers. In an interview with the Financial Times, Sugg reflected on her exploding fame, saying, “I never expected any of this to happen so I’m just going to go with it and make the most of it.”

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Investing is an exciting opportunity that can provide short-term gains and long-term financial security when done properly. Just like a football team does not go into a big game without a plan, you should not enter into investing until you decide on one of many effective strategies to increase your chances of success.
This is especially important in volatile markets like the foreign exchange (Forex) market. If you are unfamiliar with Forex but would like to learn about this exciting investment opportunity, check out FOREX: The Complete Trading System to learn more about the potential opportunities available to you in the currencies marketplace.
In this article, you will learn about three strategies that are especially useful for beginning Forex investors. They are relatively easy to follow and can produce significant profits when done correctly.
Please note that you should practice Forex trades using a free dummy account from one of the large brokers to learn how to effectively use these strategies before you begin investing with your hard-earned money. Once you are comfortable with using these strategies, creating a live account is very simple and you will be ready to enter the Forex market with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful investor.

Currency Analysis

One of the easiest Forex trading strategies to master is known as currency analysis. This is a relatively foolproof method of predicting market movements and currency fluctuations. There are two different methods used to analyze currency: technical analysis and fundamental analysis.
Technical analysis relies on the price of currency pairs to identify trends and measure the price volatility of a given currency. With this information, you’re able to detect the trading signals (when to buy and when to sell). Check out theTechnical Analysis and Chart Reading Skills Bundle course for more information about technical analysis.
Fundamental analysis takes a different approach. Instead of evaluating the currency pairs, fundamental analysis requires that you look at outside factors such as the unemployment rate of a specific country and the stability of the current political situation in that country. Politics can have enormous impact on the value of currency and many fortunes have been acquired by relying on the techniques of fundamental analysis.
Both of these currency analysis strategies are excellent for beginners because the analysis process is not very complicated and trading signals are usually easy to spot.

Day Trading

This is one of the most popular Forex trading strategies and it is employed by both beginners and experienced investors alike. As a day trader, you will not hold any trading positions overnight. You may make multiple trades within a single day but you will liquidate all of your trading positions before the market closes.
If you decide to use a day trading strategy, remember that the longer you hold a trading position, the higher your risk of losing on the trade. By studying the currency fluctuations on a daily basis, it becomes apparent that practically every currency fluctuates throughout the day. Although these price fluctuations may be small, many trades over the course of a single trading day can result in significant profits.
Many experts recommend that day traders use significantly more investment capital than some of the other strategies mentioned because the fluctuations are magnified with larger amounts of money. Since Forex relies on leverage, it is relatively easy to make large trades without having a lot of capital on hand. The drawback to this system is that you can easily lose money that you cannot afford to repay if leverage works against you during a particular trading day.
You can learn more about the power of day trading in The Fast Track to Forex Candle Pattern Trading course.

Range Trading

Sometimes also known as support and resistance levels, this popular Forex trading strategy is easy for beginners to learn and implement. This system relies on the fact that each currency has price fluctuations throughout the day and the week that remain relatively constant.
Many commonly trading currencies have relatively predictable price movements and by studying the charts for a few days, identifying the trading signals is straightforward. For instance, if a currency generally fluctuates between $1.20 and $1.54 throughout the day, these would represent your trading signals. The support price is $1.20 – this is when you want to purchase this particular currency. The resistance price is $1.54. As the currency value approaches this number, you want to trade out of the position and cash in your profits.
As you can see, the key to this method is studying the average fluctuations of your target currency well enough to identify the support and resistance prices. Although the profits generated using this range trading strategy are typically not as significant as traditional day trading or currency analysis, the consistent profits you can reap using this method make it one of the better options to consider as a novice Forex investor.
These three strategies represent the most basic Forex strategies that actually work. There are hundreds of other strategies and there are even more “systems” that claim to guarantee profits. Unfortunately, these systems are often plagued by failure and do not work in many situations.
Currency analysis, day trading, and range trading rely on sound investment principles. Instead of gambling your money away haphazardly, you can use these strategies to create quantifiable profits in a relatively short period of time.
Once you understand these techniques, you can learn more complex trading techniques in the Comprehensive Forex Mastery Program.
If you have never traded Forex before, please remember to set up a free dummy account where you can practice these strategies prior to investing real money. Although adopting these strategies isn’t difficult, there is risk inherent to any investment opportunity and currency exchanges are considered one of the more volatile investment opportunities available. Of course, great risk comes with the potential for significant rewards but there are many more people who have lost fortunes trading Forex incorrectly than those who have gained a fortune.
By practicing these strategies and looking for trends that can guarantee small but consistent profits over a long time period, you significantly increase your chances for long-term success as a Forex trader.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

This article really be useful for beginning traders who have yet to determine what strategies will be used. The strategy itself depends on the trader's own personality - some traders prefer a smaller timeframe and others choose the large, slow-moving instruments and some other fast moving, some traders feel more comfortable with 1-2 trades per week, others have dozens trades a day, etc.

Although there are many different trading strategies in financial markets, but we will try to briefly describe some of the most popular strategy, which can be modified in countless ways according to personal preferences.

Support dan resistance

Traders set a flat market with support and resistance levels are clear. Trading in between the price range until a breakout occurs. Stop loss is placed outside the channel.

Timeframe: All, preferably from 1H.
Type: no trend (flat)
basic forex strategy support resistance level


When the price is at a certain range for a while, sooner or later we're looking at a breakout downward or upward. Usually breakout very fast and volatile, making it possible to open trade in the same direction. Stop orders are usually located below the support line or above the resistance line but not too close to avoid the movement of ordinary and average dilation. To be sure, you should wait until at least one price bar close below / above the line of the flat price range. 

Timeframe: All, preferably from 1H. 
Type: no trend (flat)

Moving Average

Maybe this is one of the most popular strategies. Please note that the trader will get more singal trading on a smaller time frame which then puts more emotional distress. Each instrument can be selected and each period can be set to a moving average. Back-testing in history (at least 1-year period) is needed to determine whether the selected parameters are correct. Stop loss is usually specified above / below the moving average but not too close. 

Timeframe: All, preferably from 1H. 
Type: Targeted (average)


Oscillator measures the strengths / weaknesses of the chosen instrument. Oscillator works well for a flat market when there is no trend going. Traders can select the instrument and indicator parameters according to individual needs and the results of back-testing. Oscillator shows a good entry point whenever the market is oversold or overbought. We recommend using a stop loss fixed when working with oscillators in order to avoid greater losses if the breakout should occur. 

Timeframe: All, preferably from 4H. 
Type: no trend (flat)

Technical Formation and Japanese Candle

History tend to repeat themselves so well on the charts as well as the formation of a visual combination of price-bar. A list of all possible combinations is not a purpose of this topic, we only give you an idea of where a person can start. There are many visual formations that can be used: "triangle", "flag", "head and shoulders" etc and countless combinations of price-bar consisting of one or a few candles. 

Timeframe: All, preferably from 1H. 
Type: two-way and flat
We hope this topic can help you to understand a little more about trading and collecting some ideas for developing your own strategy that suits you. Traders can combine different methods or even be able to develop their own indicators and trading robots, because there is no limit in creating a wide range of variations.

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014


Daniel J. Zanger is a technical stock analyst and equities trader. Having turned $10,775 into $18 million between June 1998 and December 1999, he is the world record holder for the largest percent change for a personal portfolio for a 12-month period of time and an 18-month period of time in the history of the stock market. This success brought him coverage from Fortune, Forbes, and Stocks & Commodities Magazines.
Dan Zanger holds the world record for one-year stock market portfolio appreciation, gaining over 29,000%. In around two years, he turned $11,000 into $42 million.Fortune magazine, December 18, 2000, wrote an extensive article on Zanger, covering his trading style and personality.Zanger grew up in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. His father was a physician & his mother was a psychologist. He started college but dropped out to snow ski for a few years in Colorado and Idaho. He had a few odd jobs, such as bell hop, cab driver & prep cook to support himself during his early twenties.Eventually, he moved back to LA with no education and no professional trade. He started working for a landscape company and eventually got his California contractor's license. He ventured into pool building in Beverly Hills as an independent contractor where he made a modest living from then on.His mother Elaine loved the stock market and Dan would often watch the Business Channel with her. One day in 1978 Dan saw a stock explode across the ticker tape at the bottom of the screen hitting $1. He made his first purchase and sold the stock a few weeks later at over $3. From that sale on, he was hooked on the action of the market tape, usually carrying a quote trek with him on his contracting jobs to stay up on stock prices.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Mamak restaurants ought to be voted as the unofficial Malaysian icon, transcending social and cultural barriers to become everyone’s favourite place to hang out with friends. Every self-respecting Malaysian neighbourhood has to have at least one mamak shop, attracting patrons of all ages to its comforting familiar offerings of roti canai, teh tarik and various other yummies. We decided to up the awesomeness of the World Cup by hunting for 8 of the most happening 24-hour mamaks in town, where you can fill up on amazing food while watching the world’s most popular sport!

All mamak restaurent serving a regular mamak menu with cheap prices in a clean setting at 24/7 hours. Rotis are made fresh in an open kitchen so you can be sure they come ‘garing’ (crispy). If roti is not your thing, Mamak restaurent serves good banana leaf rice all day every day for just RM5. Have it with some masala or fried chicken for extra hot and spicy action. During the World Cup, they’ll be screening all matches live on a projector screen set-up in their cosy alfresco dining area.
Fluffy roti canai – you could have a few of these
Roti tisu – not as long as it could be but tasty nonetheless
Foreigner may heard of nasi goreng Pattaya but wait till you see mamak Pattaya noodles (fried bee hoon or maggi mee goreng). Although a little pricey at RM4-6, the portion was generous and every bite delicious. At night, the restaurant spills over onto the parking spaces where a screen is set up for sports lovers. It’s bustling on normal nights so expect it to get even livelier with the World Cup.
Maggi goreng pattaya – you never knew you needed it until now
Sweet teh tarik to wash it all down
Employment Minister Esther McVey has laughed off her new title of Queen of the Downing Street catwalk as 'fine if it inspires girls to go into politics'.
The former TV presenter was one of a succession of female MPs photographed on the steps of Number 10 yesterday, even though some were taking up more junior roles than men whose promotions were just announced on Twitter.
Speaking after her promotion to now attend Cabinet, Miss McVey said she could only smile at the coverage that her glamorous appearance had garnered.
She told Sky News: ‘Well all I can say is that it's fantastic having women in powerful positions in the newspapers and if that meant we were walking, the paper might have called it, 'a catwalk' - we were walking into Number 10 Downing Street.

Employment Minister Esther McVey has laughed off her new title of Queen of the Downing Street catwalk (featured in today's Daily Mail) as 'fine if it inspires girls to go into politics'

The former TV presenter was one of a succession of female MPs photographed on the steps of Number 10 yesterday, and featured in today's Daily Mail

And for the last 15 years I have worked with kids from inner city areas  - young girls who are looking for role models. They see Nicky Morgan, Secretary of state for Education, and they’re thinking "hey that’s something could do."’
David Cameron replaced a succession of older male ministers with up-and-coming Tory women in an attempt to make his top team more representative of the population.
Although former TV host Miss McVey was arguably the star turn in Downing Street, one of the biggest winners was Liz Truss, who entered the Cabinet as Environment Secretary at the age of 38, making her the youngest female Cabinet minister of all time. The ice-cool mother-of-two,  increasingly tipped as a potential future Tory leader, replaced Owen Paterson, who clashed angrily with the Prime Minister as he was sacked after criticism of his handling of the horsemeat scandal, a cull of badgers and the winter floods.