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Acupuncture Weight Loss? Plus 5 Step Weight Loss Plan by Brian Carter
... So avoid the temptation to take an easy solution like ephedra or citrus aurantium (both misused Chinese herbs), because you'll gain the weight back, and you're risking heart problems and stroke. 5 Things to Do Right Now To Lose 10 Pounds Within 2 Months And Keep Them Off: 1. Avoid heavily marketed supplements - instead, see a professional trained herbalist (acupuncturist) - it's safer and more effective - my preference would be a Chinese medicine practitioner, but some very well-educated ...

Acupuncture Weight Loss? Plus 5 Step Weight Loss Plan by Brian Carter
... So avoid the temptation to take an easy solution like ephedra or citrus aurantium (both misused Chinese herbs), because you'll gain the weight back, and you're risking heart problems and stroke. 5 Things to Do Right Now To Lose 10 Pounds Within 2 Months And Keep Them Off: 1. Avoid heavily marketed supplements - instead, see a professional trained herbalist (acupuncturist) - it's safer and more effective - my preference would be a Chinese medicine practitioner, but some very well-educated ...

How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... Now, take a look at how this works (it doesn’t work perfectly every time but this time I kept the numbers round): Using the position sizing calculator; plug in a portfolio value of $110,000, a risk of 1.5%, stop loss of 8% and an average cost basis of $45.83 What do you get? Amazing: a position size of $20,625 or 450 shares. I currently hold 450 shares with a dollar value slightly lower ($19,318.80) than the maximum calculation in this equation.

My Way Or The Highway: Give Your Financial Professionals A Good Talking To! by Martin Thomson
... (I hope you heard that last statement, its the most important sentence on this page.) The further removed we are from the compounding control of our assets (money), the higher the risk and the lower the If you could compound your money at a rate of tenfold, (or 1000%) for 48 months starting with just $1000 you would have 10 million dollars IN 4 YEARS. (Try it yourself, just get a calculator and multiply $1000 by ten, then multiply the result by ten for 4 times.) At 7% over 48 months, you ...

Body Mass Index (BMI) Can't Measure Your Overall Health by Ian Mason
... If your BMI is high and you have other risk factors indicating risk for particular diseases, then work with your health care provider to change your exercise type and level, modify your diet, and add medications if needed to reduce the chances of developing the disease in question. If your BMI is high, but your other indicators suggest that you’re healthy, it may be a matter of your comfort - do you like how you feel? are you able to accomplish the activities that matter to you?

Energy Concern by Cyrus Saharkhiz
... Nuclear power plants, however, contain dangerous amounts of radiation and atomic waste, and there is always the risk of catastrophes such as meltdowns. Although solar energy is rather expensive, it will become more of a practical source over time, as solar power has become more effective in converting energy, allowing workers to maximize efficiency, making it easier for consumers everywhere. The cost of repairs is almost nothing, as solar power plants are clean, safe, and stable after the ...

Search Engine Optimization Isn't Rocket Science by Jaap Wal
... For instance, if you sell calculators on the internet, make sure you mention the words calculator, calc, math and more calculator related words on your website. However, be careful not to mention the words too often, or search engines might think your website is spam, which will result in a very low rank (search engine position) within the search results. LinkbuildingWhen more websites link to your site, the more attention you will get from search engines, which results in higher ranking.

Human Buy In and Complexity Issues in Decision Matrix Software by Lance Winslow
... with the artificial intelligent system to compliment his or her ability or inherently move to compete against it? If the system is readily used to make simple decisions will it be respected? If the decision is too complicated will it be not understood and called into question? Currently humans trust their calculators, computers, watches and GPS systems; will the artificial intelligent decision matrix computers go thru a similar and very short process in their implementation? Think on this.

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