5 Hal Yang Harus Dijaga Untuk Hasil Maksimal Dalam Investasi

5 Hal Yang Harus Dijaga Untuk Hasil Maksimal Dalam Investasi

Scott Rostan adalah pendiri dan CEO Training the Street, sebuah perusahaan di mana para calon pebisnis di Wall Street belajar akan keterampilan finansial. Mantan bankir Merrill Lynch ini telah mengajarkan kursus pelatihan keuangan kepada para pemagang dan analis di beberapa bank papan atas Wall Street, termasuk Blackstone Group dan UBS. Jadi, Scott Rostan sangat tahu apa yang diperlukan untuk maju di Wall Street, dan bagaimana magang musim panas dapat memposisikan diri mereka untuk kesuksesan masa depan di industri jasa keuangan yang hiper-kompetitif. Rostan berbagi lima hal bagi bankir-bankir muda untuk…

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Facebook Announces New Measures to Opponents ‘Hoax News’

Facebook recruiting checker of facts and change computer algorithms to prevent the spread of false news on the social networking site. A few weeks ago, we looked at some of the things that we are working to address the issue of false alarms and hoaxes. We are committed to do our part and we would like to share some updates that we put to the test and that we begin to implement today. We believe in giving the voice of the people and that we cannot become the arbiters of…

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Osama bin Laden Private Documents Opened to The Public

United States authorities revealed a number of documents which according to them is found in the place of Osama bin Laden went into hiding when the shot in a house in Abottabad, Pakistan, at 2011. The special operation that killed the leader of al-Qaeda were found documents which are referred to as “bin Laden Bookshelf“. In addition to the correspondence in Arabic, there are several United Kingdom-Language book among other works of Bob Woodward and Noam Chomsky-as well as several other books about the theory of economy and military. There…

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Melbourne Court Forbid The Police Kept The Beard

The Court of appeal Melbourne, Australia, confirmed the provisions prohibiting police officers of the State of Victoria to keep the beard. Earlier, in January 2012, Victoria Police forbid the police maintain beards or long hair. However, the rule was sued by 16 the police to court. In these rules, the police established that the men are only allowed to keep the mustache, “but must be neat” 😛 . The Plaintiffs contend that the ban is unfair for various reasons, including the potential to “reduce the attractiveness as a man”. In…

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Gulf Leaders Reject The Obama Invitation

The King of Saudi Arabia Salam bin Abdulaziz who refused the invitation of President Barack Obama to attend a summit held at Camp David, followed most of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf. The absence of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf have certainly would disrupt talks aimed at strengthening us relations with its allies in the Arabian peninsula. This also shows the disappointment of rejection of the leaders of the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) with the way Washington deals with Iran…

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The Internet Will Be Stuck Within Five Years

The world of the internet is threatened jammed caused by the capacity of optical fiber cable infrastructure is the backbone of a global network that will not be able to offset the new large-sized content they consume. Moreover, later voracious bandwidth services streaming video more vibrant range of use. Optical fiber cable is theoretically capable of handling data transmission of 100 terabit per second or equivalent to 250 pieces of the Blu-ray disc. Despite the large capacity of this impressed is estimated to have been inadequate in just the next…

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F-16 Fighter: The Legendary Of The Cold War

F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter is one of the popular and very successful in the market. As many as 25 countries in the world, including the United States as the country of the creator, using the aircraft to strengthen its fleet of aerial combat. Since the start of mass production at 1976, there have been more than 4,500 F-16 Fighting Falcon fighters were sold to the rest of the world. It’s just, this aircraft has not been produced for the United States air force, but it is still for the export…

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People’s Taxes To Rise Allocation of The Officer Car Allowance

Joko Widodo signed a Presidential Regulation which raise the facilities allowance a down payment for the purchase of individual cars for State officials. Allowance to IDR 210,890 million, from the previous IDR 116,650 million. The increase is due to the old provision was not assessed in accordance with the increase in the prices of motor vehicles today. Allowance of IDR 116,650 million published based on PP No. 68/2010 about giving cash advance Facilities To State Officials for the purchase of individual vehicles. For that reason, Jokowi on March 20, 2015…

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The Main Body of The Wreckage AirAsia QZ8501 Has Been Found

Singapore Navy ship found the main debris of the AirAsia QZ8501 in the Java Sea, on Wednesday January 14 2015. AirAsia QZ8501 crashed in the Karimata Strait on its way from Surabaya to Singapore on Sunday December 28, 2014. Singapore Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen, in his Facebook account, upload photos taken with remotely operated vehicle (ROV) which was operated MV Swift Rescue. The debris is expected to form a part of the main body of the aircraft because there are the AirAsia slogan “Now Everyone Can Fly” and aircraft…

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Illegal Flights AirAsia QZ8501 on Disaster Sunday

Head of Region III Airport Authority Juanda Airport Surabaya, Praminto Hadi rectify statement calling AirAsia flight on Sunday is legal. Instead, he said that the airline does not have permission to fly on Sunday morning December 28, 2014. AirAsia does not propose changes to permit flying from Saturday to Sunday to the Directorate General of Air Transportation so that the flight is illegal, said Praminto at Police Headquarter Complex in East Java, Monday, January 5, 2015 afternoon. Praminto do not want to comment further regarding permission of flying. Clearly, such…

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