Organ Stolen in Syria

Posted by Deb | Politics | Tuesday 11 October 2011 12:49 pm

The following video is not easy to watch. It shows one of the civilian protesters in Syria in the city of Homs, Talbisa. This young man (who is reported to be 20 years old) was arrested after caught hit in his left kidney with an explosive bullet, and then taken to the military hospital in that city. Apparently in this hospital all his inner organs were stolen by the so-called doctors, and then his body was given back to his family.

This 20-year man, who was married with a child, had been severely tortured before he was killed by the Syrian security forces. Although the crime of stealing people’s organs existed in Syria even before the latest riots, it has now become more wide-spread and is even shown to the public in such videos whose purpose is to frighten those citizens who support the Syrian Freedom Movement.

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I am Busy With My eBook

Posted by Deb | Uncategorized | Tuesday 11 October 2011 10:43 am

Yes, I know. I have neglected this blog for too long. I am still on a break from trading. I am waiting till I have enough spare money to put into my trading account so I can start trading again with a significant sum. Trading with a tiny account, as I had learnt, does not leave any freedom to take risks and then you can lose very quickly.

Currently, I am busy writing my first eBook. I have promised to do so long ago, but kept procastinating the actual job. Now I am working on it, and hope to put it out real soon. I hope I can get proficient in writing eBooks so that the next one will not take me so long.

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Palestinian official: World must’nt know what the real purpose is

Posted by Deb | Politics | Monday 3 October 2011 4:18 pm

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Where am I Heading?

Posted by Deb | Day Trading Journey,Politics | Thursday 1 September 2011 8:43 pm

My regular readers have probably noticed I have been away from this blog for a while. I have not yet decided what to do next. I am sure I will get back to trading some time, but not yet. I have to somehow overcome my impulsivity. Maybe when my regular income will be higher I will be less desperate. Or maybe I just have to take some Ritalin (not only for trading – my ADD is getting more annoying).

Meantime I may go back to demo trading. Maybe I will find another platform for this, as the Transact will not allow me do that without investing at least another $500 in my account. Maybe I will take Forex trading for a while. After all, the principles are similar enough.

Anyway, meantime I wanted to share this site (not connected to futures trading): Watch Glenn Beck speaking about Israel and the Middel East.

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Tisha B’Av – Six Years After Gush Gatif

Posted by Deb | Judaism,Politics | Tuesday 9 August 2011 2:12 pm

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The End?

Posted by Deb | Day Trading Journey | Wednesday 3 August 2011 5:17 pm

Well, it happened. I wiped out my account today.

I had a bad feeling when I begun, but I decided to trade anyway. I begun a short position, but the market went against me. Instead of thinking rationaly (or carefuly) and backing out as soon as I can, I let the loss go far too much, so that my account got under the $1000 I need to have there in order to continue trading.

Then I just made more and more stupid moves, and just got things worse, till I went over my $700 loss permitted per day. So I have now about $600 in my account, which means I will not be able to trade in the near future, until I add some more to it.

I am not sure what I should be doing now.

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Back from Holiday

Posted by Deb | Day Trading Journey | Monday 1 August 2011 4:19 pm

I took a long weekend off, and I must tell you – that was so refreshing! I must do this more often.

My flight back was a night flight, so I spent this morning sleeping. When I finally decided to trade I didn’t have much time, so I decided to take the simulator.

The market looked as if it will go down, but then it went up again. Then it seemed it would soon get back down, so I entered one contract in a short position, and then another. Then it was time to get the kids.

I came back 20 minutes later to find myself out of both contracts with a profit of $75.
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As always, my impulsivity won: I decided to try again on live trade, trying to catch the last ticks of the downward movement. I switched to live mode (Transact programmers: why does this have to include exiting the program, including the charts, and re-entering again? You should have designed some switch -which should include re-entering the password but not getting out of everything!), and tried again. As often happens to me, at this point the market went up again. I managed to quit with 0 profit, losing only the fee.

Then I tried again with a long position. This time went better: the market was going up. I quickly discovered that the brackets were not switched on, so I quickly quit with a profit of $50.

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