Miles Young
Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

Travel Duder covers vacations, destination, travel tips, hotels, gear and everything else an adventurer needs to know... view profile

Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.
Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.

Opinion

Currently a Licensed Water Resources Civil Engineer in NJ, Carol has also been a political blogger in NJ since 2007, after being elected Councilwoman in 2006. .. view profile

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

Chris is a freelance writer who lives in Florida and loves the sunshine... view profile

Martha Rosenberg
Martha Rosenberg

Martha Rosenberg

Health

Martha is a Chicago-based health writer and author of the expose "Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks, and Hacks Pimp the Public Health." .. view profile

Deborah Asseraf
Deborah Asseraf

Deborah Asseraf

Business

Deborah Asseraf is founder & CEO of Popcorn Productions, a company that explodes awareness for businesses through highly tailored campaigns. .. view profile

Nicole Mordeno-Kenneally
Nicole Mordeno-Kenneally

Nicole Mordeno-Kenneally

World

is a member of Alpha Phi Omega Service Sorority and the American Association of Notaries... view profile

Barry Bassis
Barry Bassis

Barry Bassis

Arts & Culture

Barry has been a music, theater and travel writer for over a decade for various publications. .. view profile

Linda Moore
Linda Moore

Linda Moore

Business

I am a freelance writer and enjoy reporting on a variety of topics... view profile

Bianca Silva
Bianca Silva

Bianca Silva

Entertainment

Recent grad, music journalist, music lover. .. view profile

Veronica Davis
Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Life

Veronica is a wife, freelance writer and work at home mom. Her and her husband live in Missouri with their three boys. .. view profile

Cathy Hobbs
Cathy Hobbs

Cathy Hobbs

Life

As a nationally known interior design, real estate styling and home staging expert, Cathy Hobbs shares tips and insight relating to all aspects of the home... view profile

Ryan Nakada
Ryan Nakada

Ryan Nakada

Sports

As a fan of baseball, I love to write about baseball, watch baseball, play baseball, and talk about baseball... view profile

Song Woo
Song Woo

Song Woo

Life

Employment expert & award winning CEO of Silicon Valley's premier staffing firm Lighthouse Management Group - www.lighthousemg.com.. view profile

John Christopher Fine
John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

is a marine biologist with two doctoral degrees, has authored 24 books, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution... view profile

Evan Mantyk
Evan Mantyk

Evan Mantyk

Life

is an English teacher in New York and President of the Society of Classical Poets... view profile

Dr. Gerry
Dr. Gerry

Dr. Gerry

Science

is a Malaysian based marine ecologist, Research Fellow and Advisor to the National University of Malaysia, and marine consultant to the Andaman Resort, La.. view profile






  • The Cosmic Womb of Potential

    Potentialism is a field conceptualized by private scholar David Birnbaum of Manhattan and introduced by him in 1988. Simply put, according to the theory Potential itself drives the cosmic order.  At first blush this concept is hard to grasp. However, Birnbaum makes-the-case from multiple perspectives across his 3-volume treatise  Summa Metaphysica -  Volume I: Religious …

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  • Should I Get A Business Coach?

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     I remember the first time the question popped into my head: I was at a networking event listening to one of my frenemies talk about how wonderful her business was doing thanks to the help of her new business coach. My company, Popcorn Productions, was barely 6 months old at the time but …

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  • Chivalry Just Got a Facelift

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     When was the last time someone opened the door for you? Or gave you their seat on the train? Or asked if you needed help carrying your grocery bags? If you assumed I am writing this for women only, then you are wrong. I’m talking about chivalry and, it’s no longer gender specific.

     

    Chivalry …

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  • Infographic Highlights Accident Causes in Australia

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    Motor vehicle collisions occur every minute of the day, worldwide.  In Australia, 600,000 road crashes lead to more than 200,000 injuries annually, more than 22,000 of those injuries serious enough to warrant long-term treatment. Tragically, a recent Australia Accidents Infographic reported that approximately 1,700 Aussies die in roadway accidents each year.  

    Careless drivers pose a …

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  • Chinese or US Stocks: Which Are Best for Near-Term Safety?

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    Chinese or US Stocks:  Which Are Best for Near-Term Safety?

    Most of the news headlines in financial markets have focused on the continued strength in some of the most commonly watch stock benchmarks.  For some investors, this presents some difficulties as many have wondered how much actual upside can still be seen in some of …

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  • Is Organic Food Really More Beneficial?

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    Similar to vegetarianism and the more extreme vegan diet, organic food is becoming more and more of a presence in modern society—largely due to the supposed benefits of organic food over non-organic food. But does organic food really provide more benefits than its non-organic counterparts? Let’s take a closer look at organic food to …

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  • Trend Spotting: What Van Gogh, Dali and Michelangelo Noticed Before Us

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    At first glance it seems improbable: What does an artist have to do with trend spotting? Apart from the obvious, the way in which artists have effected trends and society through their art, much can be learned from these great masters. Artists are constantly observing the world from a different perspective which allows them …

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  • What We Can Learn From Seth Godin’s Take on Risk: It’s a Tool Not A Liability

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    We have all experienced moments where we’ve taken a risk and lost big. And now, no matter how hard we try, the shadow of that moment lingers over our heads and warns us against taking the next leap. Should I buy a home? Ask my boss for a promotion? Take that job in New Mexico? …

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  • Stop Talking! 3 Tips on Grabbing Attention At Your Next Meeting

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    Dreading that meeting on Monday? Or maybe it’s a presentation you have to deliver or a webinar you’ll need to lead. Either way, grabbing your audience’s attention can be nerve-wrecking and tedious. So how do you keep all eyes on you? Below are some tips from Melinda Thomas, a copywriter and presentation coach who helps …

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  • Vegan Diet Turns Overweight Drug Addict Into World-Class Athlete

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    Rich Roll, one of the most famous ultra-endurance athletes, says Paleo is fine as diets go but he does not get his protein through animal products—he follows a strict vegan diet. He does not consider animal protein a necessity for top performance. Abstaining from foods that are processed is important, so is avoiding alcohol, legumes, …

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  • Reasons for Changing Your Health Insurance Plans

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    Whenever you have a big change in your life, such as a new marriage, baby or career, there are advantages to changing your health insurance plan. In circumstances like these, supplemental insurance may be needed to maintain your current level of coverage. Switching to a new health insurance carrier may provide benefits that no longer …

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  • Where Will Tech Support Be 1 Year From Now?

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    The Scene: A Growing Technological World

    By the year 2020, the world’s number of interconnected digital devices will surpass 15 million. This stunning prediction offers a macro-view of what we’ve all observed on the micro-level: the rise of multiple devices in the connected home—or at least, the rise of the idea.

    We’ve all come a …

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  • What’s Your Pop Factor? How to Make Fans, Money & Be A Thought Leader (infographic)

     

    If you’re an entrepreneur or business owner chances are, you’re passionate about what you do. Problem is, how do you translate your passion into benefits so your customer understand the full value you deliver? Below a step by step guide to understanding the fundamental problem (people are not listening), assessing the situation (You need your …

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  • The Answer To Better Relationships, Great Sex & More Money

     

    The answer dawned on Alice March as she leafed through a heavy volume of research papers. For the last decade Alice had dedicated her life to understanding how she had contributed to her son’s drug usage. As a mother she had an innate feeling that the role she played was quintessential, but as a …

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  • Cash relief for those rainy days

    Most of the good old folks are doing their best to be good citizens and to budget well so that whatever income they have can be stretched over the whole month or week depending on how they are paid. However, as you all know even the best of planning can sometimes go awry, unexpected situations …

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  • Studies Show A Healthy Diet Can Prevent Dementia

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    According to a new doctoral thesis published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease as well as the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, eating the right foods in early life may prevent dementia in your later years. The University of Eastern Finland published the study. Participants of the study had an …

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  • Dr. Mehmet Oz Reveals His One-Week Anti-Aging Program

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    Dr. Mehmet Oz has recently revealed his one-week anti-aging program that also helps you lose weight, acts as an energy booster and contains special herbs that fight depression and anxiety. As the days begin to get longer and the winter seems to drag on, many people start feeling depressed and run down. Fortunately, Dr. Oz …

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  • Pros and Cons of Celebrating You’re Wedding Outside

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    Weddings are one of the most special moments in the lives of a couple, and many couples are choosing to celebrate their weddings outside or in an outdoor venue rather than in a more traditional indoor setting. There are both benefits and disadvantages to choosing an outdoor wedding—consider the following before you decide whether you’d …

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  • Learning How to Save Money While Saving Energy

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    Budgets are tight, so it’s only natural to do everything we can to save money. Smart energy management is one of the easiest ways to save, and a few practical tips can end up saving hundreds or even thousands over time. While you may have employed some of these tips already to cut costs, power …

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  • Business meetings and effective brainstorming?

    In the business world and in every other venture where new direction and input are necessary to give new life to a project that seem to have stagnated and have lost its impetus people are often talking about thinking outside the box. What do they mean by this term, thinking outside the box and how …

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  • Global Trends Suggest Health-Conscious Changes

    Global Trends Suggest Health-Conscious Changes

    As the global economic continues to grow, there have been positives and negatives that have come as a result.  We can see nuclear weapons proliferation in more countries and rising instances of cancer, heart disease and diabetes that have come as a result of the expanded diets in large parts …

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  • Gold Markets Rally as Central Banks Impact Sentiment

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    Gold Markets Rally as Central Banks Impact Sentiment

    Gold markets are trading at their highest levels in three months, as precious metals investors continue to revise their long-term biases along with the changing policy stances expressed at the US Federal Reserve.  As long as Janet Yellen and her policy-making counterparts continue to suggest prolonged tapering …

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  • 2014 Domain Trends You Probably Haven’t Heard

    2014 is shaping up to be a very interesting year in terms of domain interaction, purchase, and management.  If one thing is for certain in the world of internet business and marketing, it is that change is a constant; your business needs to be ready to adapt and change if you want to continue being …

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  • Avoiding Unexpected Costs When Travelling Abroad

    Avoiding Unexpected Costs When Travelling Abroad

    International travel is becoming much more popular these days, as a larger number of countries can offer overseas flights, internet ensures constant connectivity with co-workers and family back home, and hotel accommodations are more, well, accommodating.  But just because international travel is more common, it does not mean there …

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  • New Documentary Provides Insight into Corruption in Divorce

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    Divorce Corp is a documentary created and funded by a man who, during is own divorce, noticed injustices that existed in the court system.  Joseph Sorge, a television producer with notable credits under his belt, financed this project on his own. 

    In it, he showcases the relationship between the lawyers and judges. Sorge’s documentary shows …

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  • Jobs, GDP Will Keep US Dollar Strong

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    Jobs, GDP Will Keep US Dollar Strong

    One of the most under-reported stories of the year has been the relatively strength of the US economy.  This might seem like an almost impossible assertion to make: How could investors possibly be overlooking strength in the largest economy in the world?  But the reality is that recent …

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  • Market Basics: How to Trade Forex

    Market Basics: How to Trade Forex

    Over the last few years, the rapidly changing computer trading environment has led to some new entries in the financial lexicon.  One example of this can be seen in the word “forex,” which was previously referred to as the Foreign Exchange market, or simply the currency market.  These changes …

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  • Trading Tip #4 – Being Able to Admit When You’re Wrong

    I’ll never forget the last conversation I had with my ex-wife just before we started our divorce. I sat her down, looked into her eyes and told her, “I’ve spoken to every expert and mathematician out there. They’ve told me it’s theoretically impossible to be wrong every single time.”

    As a trader, one thing I …

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  • This is Not Your Grandfather’s Gold Market!

    *This blog was first posted at www.greenbergcapital.com on April 14, 2013*

     

    For years, we have seen advertisements on TV and in the newspapers telling us to buy gold. We’ve been told that it is a safe investment. And for the most part, they’ve been right. For the past 12 years, depending on how deep …

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  • Trading Tip #3 – If You Hear the Word “Hope”

    Take if from me – THERE IS NO HOPE IN TRADING. I tell this to every one of my executive coaching clients. If you keep thinking, “I hope it goes up” or “I hope it goes down,” then get out NOW. It’s not working. Do yourself a favor. Get flat and take another look at …

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  • Trading Tip #2 – Test and Test Again

    In trading, you shouldn’t trust your instincts. This goes for all types of traders, from the smallest novices to the largest firms. Once a position is established, whether it’s short or long, you should test and test often. It’s the only way to be successful.

    Here’s an example: Looking at the recent Facebook IPO, let’s …

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  • Trading Tip #1: Leave Your Ego at the Door

    David Greenberg is a former board member of NYMEX with more than 22 years of trading experience. This is the first tip of his successful trading series. 

     

    Trading Tip #1 – Leave Your Ego at the Door

    In my past role as President of NYMEX Clearinghouse Sterling Commodities, our firm’s risk management included a …

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  • Chinese or US Stocks: Which Are Best for Near-Term Safety?

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    Chinese or US Stocks:  Which Are Best for Near-Term Safety?

    Most of the news headlines in financial markets have focused on the continued strength in some of the most commonly watch stock benchmarks.  For some investors, this presents some difficulties as many have wondered how much actual upside can still be seen in some of …

    Read More

  • Global Trends Suggest Health-Conscious Changes

    Global Trends Suggest Health-Conscious Changes

    As the global economic continues to grow, there have been positives and negatives that have come as a result.  We can see nuclear weapons proliferation in more countries and rising instances of cancer, heart disease and diabetes that have come as a result of the expanded diets in large parts …

    Read More

  • Infographic States Gold IRA Investments Continue to Grow in Value

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    Gold and silver have shown great promise as one of the most lucrative investment opportunities. Federal regulations provided by the IRS has determined that metals purchases such as the restriction of rare, collectible, and graded coins, and restricted individuals. According to a recent press release for a new infographic, gold continues to increase in …

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  • Caledonia Investment Buys Park Holidays UK

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    Caledonia has acquired UK Holiday park operator Park Holidays UK, which owns and operates 21 freehold and two leasehold caravan parks in the south of England.

    Park Holidays is valued at 172 million euros, which has been funded for 88 million of equity from Caledonia, and 90 million from bank debt, provided by Royal Bank …

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  • Buying Internet Systems to Trade the Forex Market

    Buying Internet Systems to Trade the Forex Market

    In many cases, traders that have experienced excessive losses (possibly even losing their entire trading account) will look for an easy way out and buy a trading system that is advertised on the internet.  These purchases could involves things like trading tutorials that describe trading strategies that …

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  • Common Trading Mistakes: Failing to Obey Your Original Trading Plan

    Common Trading Mistakes: Failing to Obey Your Original Trading Plan

    One of the biggest trading mistakes is something that all traders have done at some point in their career.  That is, setting up a trading plan and then failing to obey all of its requirements.   While many beginner traders will take this even further (and …

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  • Forex Trading the Right Way – Avoiding Common Trader Mistakes

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    Forex Trading the Right Way – Avoiding Common Trader Mistakes

    The forex market has grown vastly in popularity over the past few years with many new traders entering the fray during that time.  These traders, however, have differing levels of experience and market knowledge and this has led to major differences in the performance levels …

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  • Forex Education: Support and Resistance

    Forex Education:  Support and Resistance

    Perhaps the two technical analysis terms that are most commonly used in the forex markets are “support” and “resistance.”  In short, a support level is an area (which can be easily identified on chart graphs) where buyers have stepped into a market asset (currency pair) and kept prices from falling …

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  • Trading Tip #2 – Test and Test Again

    In trading, you shouldn’t trust your instincts. This goes for all types of traders, from the smallest novices to the largest firms. Once a position is established, whether it’s short or long, you should test and test often. It’s the only way to be successful.

    Here’s an example: Looking at the recent Facebook IPO, let’s …

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