Category: ReviewsThe analysis published under this category are as follows.
Saturday, December 17, 2016
Cheap Multi-Colured Battery Powered Christmas String Fairy Lights Review - PowerBee / ConsumerWatch / Reviews
Here is our review of typical battery powered cheap (£12) 100 LED string fairy christmas lights bought online from PowerBee but are fairly standard across a range of suppliers, these as is the case with most similar lights have a built in 6 hour switched on timer,and come with 8 modes of operation.
Find out what they look like when up, how well they perform, and how long the batteries and lights actually last for i.e. how many christmases can one get out of using these cheap fairy lights.Read full article... Read full article...
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Cheap Toddler Swing Chair Review - Buy Online from Amazon, EBay or Tesco stores / Personal_Finance / Reviews
Find out how Toddler swing chairs are a cheap, cost effective way of keeping your toddler entertained during the summer months, at the very least save time on driving or walking to the local park, and then without waiting for an occupied swing to become vacant. This is a review of the cheap plastic toddler swing chairs typically sold on amazon, ebay and at supermarkets such as Tesco. So find out what you need to know before buying one.Read full article... Read full article...
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
End the Fed, The Raven of Zurich, The Creature from Jekyll Island.. Book Reviews - Video / InvestorEducation / Reviews
it's Tuesday May 31st 2016 i'll be talking about my book list today is
going to be a part 1 I can't go through all of them so i'll just start right
away with the first one here is called The Raven of zurich the met the memoirs
of felix summary and very interesting book and I read a little bit from the
inside flap on the book and it says field Felix summary known in his
lifetime as the Raven of zurich for his dire but actually predictions of the
future let a life of action as banker social thinker diplomat and relent this
back layer for the integrity of currencies as the key to democratic
survival born an imperial vienna in 1881 he was trained in the renowned Vienna
school of economics and then had an adventurous banking career with the
anglo-australian bank amid Balkan intrigued that preceded the First World War
Wednesday, May 04, 2016
How To Win With Simplicity
This book, written for both traders and investors, explores the tools and techniques that discretionary and algorithmic traders need to profit in today’s competitive markets.
Divided into segments, this guide shows you how to incorporate simple logical trading strategies into a step-by-step checklist to execute. Along the way, you will learn a method of analysis that focuses on specific market structure patterns the author has used profitably for over a decade, psychological techniques to reduce emotional interference, and a new concept called INNER-Market Analysis that provides accurate price forecasting. You also will come to a new understanding of the importance of position sizing and trade management.Read full article... Read full article...
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Springs just around the corner, and the weeds usually tend to be the first to sprout, so now is the time to be prepared to nip any weed infestations in the bud, and definitely before they go to seed and multiply their presence a hundred fold. In this test we find out whether a cheap weed killer purchased from a discount store such as B&M Stores is just as effective as a more expensive weed killer purchased from a garden centre or supermarket such as Tesco.Read full article... Read full article...
Saturday, January 09, 2016
Book Review: Prosper!: How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting / InvestorEducation / Reviews
In their new book, Peak Prosperity's Chris Martenson and Adam Taggart don't sugarcoat the thesis, which is basically the end of the world as we know it.
It seems that three major trends are colliding:Read full article... Read full article...
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
"The truth is like poetry, and most people ***** hate poetry."
The Big Short opens nationwide today. But it happened to have one showing last night at a theater near me. My youngest son and I hopped in the car and went to see it. I loved the book by Michael Lewis. The cast assembled for the movie was top notch, but having the director of Anchorman and Talledaga Nights handle a subject matter like high finance seemed odd.Read full article... Read full article...
Sunday, December 20, 2015
This is a review of cheap outdoor Christmas lights such as by B&M Stores (Diamond Berry and similar), these lights are made exclusively for B&M Stores comprising 80 multi-coloured LED bulbs, of what use you can expect over 2 Christmas.Read full article... Read full article...