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Modals of deduction

Daisy: This is so good. I … Oh, that might be Mum phoning from Bali. I’ll put her on speaker. Hi, Mum!Ollie: Hi, Mum!Sophie: Ah, you’re both there, good. Hi, how are you doing?Daisy: We’re fine. Just having some pizza. And you?Sophie: Really good. I’m about to eat too. I’ve just been walking round this amazing market and it’s made me hungry. I’m going to order a big bowl of spicy noodles. Ollie: Don’t make us jealous, Mum! You’re always doing that. Sophie: Sorry, love. I was thinking about you just now, actually, and I’ve got a little quiz prepared for you.

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Penny Stocks: 2 to Buy, 2 to Avoid

Penny stocks can be simply defined as stocks that trade at less than $5 per share. Of course, there are other criteria such as trade volume and market cap that some will check before labeling something as an official penny stock, but for the purposes of this article, we'll stick to just share price. These "cheap" stocks are typically exciting but far too risky to be worthy of any serious consideration by traditional investors. However, the biotech space is arguably one intriguing exception to this general rule of thumb.   Biotech stocks, after all, can fall hard and fast on a single clinical or regulatory setback.

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Immanuel Kant, from Conjectural Beginning of Human History | Bill Soderberg, Philosopher at large on WordPress.com

[In the following passage from Conjectural Beginning of Human History (from On History, ed by Lewis White Beck, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Educational Publishing, 1963, pp. 63-65), Kant follows the general outline of the Book of Genesis and offers some speculations on the beginning of human history. He pokes a little fun at himself and at this type of writing when he states: “Conjectures cannot make too high a claim on one’s assent. They cannot announce themselves as serious business, but at best only as a permissible exercise of the imagination guided by reason, undertaken for the sake of relaxation and mental health” (p.

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Gold price forecast and analysis for Q3 2016

Each quarter FastMarkets and Sucden Financial produce an analysis and forecast report on the precious and base metals – the latest are Sucden Financial Metals Reports for July 2016. Below is the gold report. To download a PDF copy of the full report, please click here. Subscribers have exclusive access to these reports before they are published through the research tab in FastMarkets Professional. Gold – Expect the frenzied rally to slow Summary Gold continued to strengthen in the second quarter, rising 7. 4 percent, although this was slower than the first-quarter pace of 11.

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What is speculative demand for money?

Imagine this situation:A lender wants to hold money in cash form because he thinks it's better than investing it. A borrower wants to borrow money to do something with it. This creates a demand for money. Why would this happen?Interest rates are low. The lender doesn't want to lend (invest) because he's not getting a good enough return and the borrower wants to borrow because he's getting a great rate to borrow at. So, both want cash. That creates a demand for cash. If interest rates rise, then borrowers don't want to borrow as much because they'll have to pay more interest and lenders want to lend to take advantage of the high rates.

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Is Silver Going Up in 2017?

2016 was a rollercoaster year for commodities, and precious metals, including silver, were impacted by geopolitical concerns and worldwide economic uncertainty. The silver price increased steadily during the first half of the year, reaching a high of $20. 28 per ounce in July. And even though the white metal pulled back to hit a low of $15. 76 in December, market participants were hopeful about its prospects in 2017. As 2016 drew to a close, many were asking the question, “is silver going up in 2017?” and finding out that the answer might be “yes.

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Cramer Remix: Why young investors should invest in speculative stocks

Unless you are born with a silver spoon in your mouth, there aren't many ways to become really wealthy. That is why Jim Cramer is so passionate about helping investors plan for a viable financial strategy. "Thanks to the magic of compounding, the earlier in your life you start investing in the market, the bigger your long-term gains can be," the "Mad Money" host said. For instance, if $100 is invested in the S&P 500and it gains 10 percent in a year, that will generate $110, after another year it's $121 and after a third year it's $133.

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Tax Shift 2015 | Deloitte Belgium | Tax

A so-called “speculation tax” has been introduced for resident and non-resident taxpayers. The tax is due on the capital gains realised (outside the exercise of a professional activity) on quoted shares, options and warrants or other quoted financial instruments which have been acquired for consideration less than 6 months before the alienation for consideration. The shares, options, warrants or other quoted financial instruments should be quoted (i) on a Belgian or foreign regulated market in the sense of Art. 2, 1st ind. , 3° of the Law of 2 August 2002, or (ii) on a multilateral trading facility in the sense of Art.

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Motives for holding money

Motives for holding money: This includes keeping money in form of cash (at home under the mattress) or held as bank deposits. According to Keynes, we hold money for three purposes: 1) Transaction motive: It is the amount of money held by us for everyday transactions, like paying for a cup of coffee, or to pay at a place where only cash is accepted. Keeping a little cash makes life easier in-spite of so many cash substitutes all around us. Income is earned at specific intervals, (generally once every month, sometimes twice if paid every two weeks) but expenditures are there every single day.

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Cover letters

Set yourself apart from the competition by producing positive and relevant cover letters that directly relate to the job you're applying forDo I need a cover letter?A cover letter should always accompany your CV unless you are told otherwise. It allows you to personalise an application and highlight key areas of your CV in more depth. It can also be called a covering letter. How do I write a cover letter?Keep your cover letter brief, while making sure it emphasises your suitability for the job. It can be broken down into the following sections:First paragraph - the opening statement should set out why you are writing the letter.

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