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A lot of people are searching for opportunities to make money on their own without being dependent on a boss or being limited by their monthly salary. Trading is one of the ways. Trading currencies might be the best way! Unfortunately for most, they come to the market led only by positive emotions and some mediocre strategies without any real discipline and stamina to succeed. People need to learn to understand market and various conditions it may be in and how one can trade those. They should also learn when not to trade at all. Pro traders adhere to this rule very strictly. In this Ebook you will learn how to identify specific market conditions and trade according to them. You will find out when you need to use specific technical indicators and when to avoid them. In the last chapter you will study how to trade support and resistance in combination with candle patterns. Wish you a good time and efficient learning!
Why the Spanish speak so fast, the Dutch are gender-benders and it's hard to add up in Breton.
Welcome to Europe as you've never known it before, seen through the peculiarities of its languages and dialects. Combining linguistics and cultural history, Gaston Dorren takes us on an intriguing tour of the continent, from Proto-Indo-European (the common ancestor of most European languages) to the rise and rise of English, via the complexities of Welsh plurals and Czech pronunciation. Along the way we learn why Esperanto will never catch on, how the language of William the Conqueror lives on in the Channel Islands and why Finnish is the easiest European language.
Surprising, witty and full of extraordinary facts, this book will change the way you think about the languages around you. Polyglot Gaston Dorren might even persuade you that English is like Chinese.
About the Author
Gaston Dorren has written two Dutch books on language and contributes regularly to Onze Taal, a popular linguistics magazine. A true polyglot, Gaston speaks Dutch, Limburgish, English, German and Spanish, and reads French, Afrikaans, Frisian, Portuguese, Italian, Catalan, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Luxembourgish and Esperanto.
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