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Favorite Taylor Trading Method Trades

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Favorite Taylor Trading Method Trades - Day and swing traders use Taylor Trading Technique for several favorite trade set-ups. Traders take advantage of positioning their trades in sync with the 'ebb-and-flow' of the Markets identified by Taylor Trading Method '3-day cycle'.

George Taylor's Book Method, known as Taylor Trading Technique, captures the inflows and outflows of 'Smart Money' in what can be considered a repetitive, 3-day cycle. Simply stated, institutional investors, or 'Smart Money', push markets lower to create a buying opportunity and then push markets higher to create a selling opportunity within a 3-day trading cycle.

The Taylor Trading Method '3-day cycle' can be identified as follows:

Traders take advantage of the 3-day cycle by placing long and short trades in sync with the dynamics of the cycle. The following three favorite trades using Taylor Trading Technique have been tested by time to offer traders superior probability of success.

The first favorite trade using Taylor Trading Technique is placing a long trade at or near the low made on the Buy Day, that is, the 'Buy Day Low'. A trader will use all of his/her resources to identify the Buy Day Low, because, according to Taylor Trading Rules, there is over an 85% chance the Buy Day Low will be followed 2-days later by a higher market high on the Sell-Short Day, even in a down-trending market. A trader can successfully close higher on the long trade during the Sell Day (second day of 3-day cycle) or wait to close on the Sell-Short Day (third day of 3-day cycle) if markets are in a particularly bullish sentiment.

The second favorite trade using Taylor Trading Technique is placing a long trade on the Sell Day if the Market/trading instrument decline below the previous day's Buy Day Low. According to Taylor Trading Rules, there is a very good chance of at least rallying back to the Buy Day Low within the 3-day cycle offering an opportunity to successfully close higher on the long trade at least by the Sell-Short Day.

The third favorite trade using Taylor Trading Technique plays the Market/trading instrument for a short trade. According to the '3-day cycle', the Market is driven lower after establishing the high on the Sell-Short Day, that is the 'Sell-Short Day High'. Therefore, if the Market closes near the Sell-Short Day High, it is possible the Market will gap above the Sell-Short Day High at the open of the Buy Day. According to Taylor Trading Rules, there is a very good chance of at least declining back to the Sell-Short Day High on way to establishing the Buy Day Low offering an opportunity to successfully close on the short trade during the Buy Day.

Of course, a trader should evaluate other underlying dynamics of the Market/trading instrument before considering if a long trade or short trade is warranted. The trader wants to place a trade that has the best chance for success in the shortest period of time. Therefore, it goes to reason that other sentiment indicators should be in align with the decision to trade long or short.

For example, the trader should consider placing the trade-whether long or short-that is in sync with the Market's/trading instrument's prevailing short-term trend. If the short-term trend is positive, then the trader should concentrate on those opportunities that favor long trades; if the short-term trend is negative, then the trader should concentrate on opportunities that favor short trades.

In addition, evaluating Elliott Wave patterns of the Market/trading instrument is beneficial in determining the potential for near-term upward or downward momentum. The trader may place more aggressive short trades when the Market/trading instrument is embedded in a downward Elliott Wave pattern, but, on the other-hand, may be more willing to place a more aggressive long trade when the Market/trading instrument is in an upward Elliott Wave pattern.

In any event, a trader can decide to trade long or short within the Taylor Trading Method 3-day cycle by considering the following simple rules:

Traders find as much relevance to Mr. Taylor's 'Book Method' in today's Markets as they did when first introduced in the early 1950's. Although the speed of trade execution has tremendously increased, the human nature of trading in sync to the prevailing trend has not, and is still the trader's best attack and defense when trading along-side the 'Smart Money'.
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How to Trade Forex for a Living and Escape the 9-5

How to Trade Forex for a Living and Escape the 9-5
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How to Trade Forex for a Living and Escape the 9-5

What does Trading Forex Actually Mean?

Forex trading is short for foreign exchange trading. It is the buying and selling of one currency pair against the other. Another name for Forex trading is currency trading. Trading Forex is something you can do from your own laptop from almost anywhere in the world. All you need is an internet connection.

Forex trading is the buying and selling of different currencies for a profit. We trade online using a Forex broker. If a market is moving up, we trade the market by buying it, if the market is moving down; we trade the market by selling it.

As Forex traders we can make money buying or selling. We can make money when the markets are moving up, and when the markets are moving down. As currency traders, all we need is movement, as movement equals potential profit. As a currency trader, we like movement in any direction.

When we say that we are trading the market, or buying or selling, it means that we are placing a trade with our Forex broker. We do this online using their trading platform.

Why should you Learn How to Trade Forex?

Anyone that tries something new, without first learning how to do it, is in for a tough time. This is true for almost everything, and trading is no exception. Learning how to trade the Forex market is a very important step that new traders must go through at the beginning of their Forex journey.

The Forex market has lots of profit potential, but only if you know how to extract that profit from the markets. Beginner traders should learn how to trade the markets for a profit alongside experienced professionals who can help them to fast track their learning process and make sure that they know how to make consistent profits.

Remember that the Forex markets have a huge amount of profit potential, and absolutely anyone can learn how to trade Forex online from the comfort of their own home. Not everyone makes it. It takes patience and discipline to become a successful Forex trader, but it is definitely worth the effort.

Learning how to trade Forex needn't take up lots of your time. You can learn how to trade the markets in as little as 20-30 minutes a day. You can also create an immediate income, but you need to know 2 very important things. You need to know what to do, and when to do it.

How to Trade Forex... your first steps

Your first steps when learning how to trade the market is to get some high quality trading education. Remember even Benjamin Franklin said that an "investment in knowledge always pays the highest return". Get the basics covered so that you know price action patterns, cyclicity and which are the best charts to trade. But don't forget the most important part, which is to make sure that you have a proven Forex trading strategy.

While you're learning how to trade the market make sure that you're practicing what you're learning with a Forex demo account. It's important to put into practice what you think you've learnt, so that you can see exactly what you've remembered.

What to do next?

You're next steps are simple, get your consistency by trading price action patterns that work, and using a proven Forex strategy. Once you have this consistency make sure that you are trading live and able to get similar results to when you were demo trading.

Now simply rinse and repeat, only trade when you see your edge in the markets and continue to trade price action patterns for profits. Make sure that you are trade sizing so that as your account grows, you are risking more money per trade, because if you are losing a little, you're risking less per trade. Use our trade size calculator to do this.

Your next step now is to make sure that you get yourself in the proper environment and interact with other traders, otherwise trading Forex can become a lonely occupation.

It also helps to have a trader coach or a Forex mentor who is more experienced in the markets and can help you to refine your trading approach and improve your trading strategies. They should also be able to help you psychologically deal with trading as the sums of money get larger.

Let's get one thing straight. A lot of people start trading Forex only to give up in 3 months' time. They may start trading again at some point, and you might find yourself in this position, but there's one big problem.

Trading has to fit into your lifestyle. If it doesn't fit into your lifestyle, you won't carry on doing it. So many people start trading small timeframes for hours at a time, put their lives on hold, and try to get rich quick. The sad fact is that this is very unlikely to work for them, as their having to force 4+ hours a day, to the detriment of the other things in their lives such as family, work and friends.

I've got a better idea, how about fitting trading into your lifestyle and getting rich easily, without having to force it and without having to find hours a day to trade? Doesn't that seem a lot more appealing?

Fit Trading into 30 Minutes a Day
If you're going to fit trading into your lifestyle, you have to be trading the daily chart timeframe. You can't trade an hourly chart and expect to be able to do it in 30 minutes a day. Trading the daily chart means that there is only one bar/candle per day, so all you need to do is logon to your trading platform when the daily bars close - New York close, and make your trading decisions at that time.

Let's say that you trade 10 or 12 currency pairs, you've got 2 or 3 minutes per currency pair to check if your strategy is setting up. That may sound like a small amount of time, but that leads me on to the next section.

Plan your Trades at the Weekend
A bit of time at the weekend looking through your charts and analysing trend and strategy setups is time well spent. Bear in mind that there will only be 5 new bars per week, you can set yourself in a very good position by doing a little bit of preparation at the weekend. Remember, fail to prepare, and prepare to fail...

Set and Forget
So if the goal is to trade daily charts in less than 30 minutes a day, we need to learn to set up our trades and let them run, coming back to the charts once a day. I'm not going to lie to you; this can take some time if you're obsessed with always watching your money tick up and down on the screen. It is however, the most relaxing way to trade. Get used to the world isn't going to end tomorrow. You have a stop-loss in place to protect you, and you can sleep soundly knowing that if the trade does go the wrong way, your broker will get you out of the position.

You see, you really do have to set and forget about your trades when you're on the daily charts, as the end goal is to make sure that we're highly focussed when we're trading, but we're able to step away from the screen and get on with our normal lives. That's the way that trading is meant to be.

Don't' see trading as a "get rich quick scheme", as you'll lose all your money trying, but see it more as something you can fit into your lifestyle and get a little bit richer day at a time. Remember trading is all about compounding, so in 3 to 5 years' time, you should be in a very comfortable financial position.
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The Effects Of Balance Of Trade Surplus And Deficit On A Country's Economy

The Effects Of Balance Of Trade Surplus And Deficit On A Country's Economy
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The Effects Of Balance Of Trade Surplus And Deficit On A Country's Economy

INTRODUCTION

It is in no doubt that balance of trade which is sometimes symbolized as (NX) is described as the Difference between the monetary value of export and import of output in an economy over a certain period. It could also been seen as the relationship between the nation's import and exports. When the balance has a positive indication, it is termed a trade surplus, i.e. if it consists of exporting more than is imported and a trade deficit or a trade gap if the reverse is the case. The Balance of trade is sometimes divided into a goods and a service balance. It encompasses the activity of exports and imports. It is expected that a country who does more of exports than imports stands a big chance of enjoying a balance of trade surplus in its economy more than its counterpart who does the opposite.

Economists and Government bureaus attempt to track trade deficits and surpluses by recording as many transactions with foreign entities as possible. Economists and Statisticians collect receipts from custom offices and routinely total imports, exports and financial transactions. The full accounting is called the 'Balance of Payments'- this is used to calculate the balance of trade which almost always result in a trade surplus or deficit.

Pre-Contemporary understanding of the functioning of the balance of trade informed the economic policies of early modern Europe that are grouped under the heading 'mercantilism'.

Mercantilism is the economic doctrine in which government control of foreign trade is of paramount importance for ensuring the prosperity and military security of the state. In particular, it demands a positive balance of trade. Its main purpose was to increase a nation's wealth by imposing government regulation concerning all of the nation's commercial interest. It was believed that national strength could be maximized by limiting imports via tariffs and maximizing export. It encouraged more exports and discouraged imports so as to gain trade balance advantage that would eventually culminate into trade surplus for the nation. In fact, this has been the common practice of the western world in which they were able to gain trade superiority over their colonies and third world countries such as Australia, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, and other countries in Africa and some parts of the world. This is still the main reason why they still enjoy a lot of trade surplus benefit with these countries up till date. This has been made constantly predominant due to the lack of technical-know how and capacity to produce sufficient and durable up to standard goods by these countries, a situation where they solely rely on foreign goods to run their economy and most times, their moribund industries are seen relying on foreign import to survive.

What is Trade Surplus?

Trade Surplus can be defined as an Economic measure of a positive balance of trade where a country's export exceeds its imports. A trade surplus represents a net inflow of domestic currency from foreign markets and is the opposite of a trade deficit, which would represent a net outflow.

Investopedia further explained the concept of trade surplus as when a nation has a trade surplus; it has control over the majority of its currency. This causes a reduction of risk for another nation selling this currency, which causes a drop in its value, when the currency loses value, it makes it more expensive to purchase imports, causing an even a greater imbalance.

A Trade surplus usually creates a situation where the surplus only grows (due to the rise in the value of the nation's currency making imports cheaper). There are many arguments against Milton Freidman's belief that trade imbalance will correct themselves naturally.

What is Trade Deficit?

Trade Deficit can be seen as an economic measure of negative balance of trade in which a country's imports exceeds its export. It is simply the excess of imports over exports. As usual in Economics, there are several different views of trade deficit, depending on who you talk to. They could be perceived as either good or bad or both immaterial depending on the situation. However, few economists argue that trade deficits are always good.

Economists who consider trade deficit to be bad believes that a nation that consistently runs a current account deficit is borrowing from abroad or selling off capital assets -long term assets-to finance current purchases of goods and services. They believe that continual borrowing is not a viable long term strategy, and that selling long term assets to finance current consumption undermines future production.

Economists who consider trade deficit good associates them with positive economic development, specifically, higher levels of income, consumer confidence, and investment. They argue that trade deficit enables the United States to import capital to finance investment in productive capacity. Far from hurting employment as may be earlier perceived. They also hold the view that trade deficit financed by foreign investment in the United States help to boost U.S employment.

Some Economists view the concept of trade deficit as a mere expression of consumer preferences and as immaterial. These economists typically equate economic well being with rising consumption. If consumers want imported food, clothing and cars, why shouldn't they buy them? That ranging of Choices is seen as them as symptoms of a successful and dynamic economy.

Perhaps the best and most suitable view about Trade deficit is the balanced view. If a trade deficit represents borrowing to finance current consumption rather than long term investment, or results from inflationary pressure, or erodes U.S employment, then it's bad. If a trade deficit fosters borrowing to finance long term investment or reflects rising incomes, confidence and investment-and doesn't hurt employment-then it's good. If trade deficit merely expresses consumer preference rather than these phenomena, then it should be treated as immaterial.

How does a Trade surplus and Deficit Arise?

A trade surplus arises when countries sell more goods than they import. Conversely, trade deficits arise when countries import more than they export. The value of goods and services imported more exported is recorded on the country's version of a ledger known as the 'current account'. A positive account balance means the nation carries a surplus. According to the Central Intelligence Agency Work fact book, China, Germany, Japan, Russia, And Iran are net Creditors Nations. Examples of countries with a deficit or 'net debtor' nations are United States, Spain, the United Kingdom and India.

Difference between Trade Surplus and Trade Deficit

A country is said to have trade surplus when it exports more than it imports. Conversely, a country has a trade deficit when it imports more than it exports. A country can have an overall trade deficit or surplus. Or simply have with a specific country. Either Situation presents problems at high levels over long periods of time, but a surplus is generally a positive development, while a deficit is seen as negative. Economists recognize that trade imbalances of either sort are common and necessary in international trade.

Competitive Advantage of Trade Surplus and Trade Deficit

From the 16th and 18th Century, Western European Countries believed that the only way to engage in trade were through the exporting of as many goods and services as possible. Using this method, Countries always carried a surplus and maintained large pile of gold. Under this system called the 'Mercantilism', the concise encyclopedia of Economics explains that nations had a competitive advantage by having enough money in the event a war broke out so as to be able to Self-sustain its citizenry. The interconnected Economies of the 21st century due to the rise of Globalization means Countries have new priorities and trade concerns than war. Both Surpluses and deficits have their advantages.

Trade Surplus Advantage

Nations with trade surplus have several competitive advantage s by having excess reserves in its Current Account; the nation has the money to buy the assets of other countries. For Instance, China and Japan use their Surpluses to buy U.S bonds. Purchasing the debt of other nations allows the buyer a degree of political influence. An October 2010 New York Times article explains how President Obama must consistently engage in discussions with China about its $28 Billion deficit with the country. Similarly, the United States hinges its ability to consume on China's continuing purchase of U.S assets and cheap goods. Carrying a surplus also provides a cash flow with which to reinvest in its machinery, labour force and economy. In this regard, carrying a surplus is akin to a business making a profit-the excess reserves create opportunities and choices that nations with debts necessarily have by virtue of debts and obligations to repay considerations.

Trade Deficits Advantage

George Alessandria, Senior Economist for the Philadelphia Federal Reserve explains trade deficits also indicate an efficient allocation of Resources: Shifting the production of goods and services to China allows U.S businesses to allocate more money towards its core competences, such as research and development. Debt also allows countries to take on more ambitious undertakings and take greater risks. Though the U.S no longer produces and export as many goods and services, the nations remains one of the most innovative. For Example, Apple can pay its workers more money to develop the Best Selling, Cutting Edge Products because it outsources the production of goods to countries overseas.

LITERATURE REVIEW

In this chapter, efforts were made to explain some of the issues concerning balance of trade and trying to X-ray some of the arguments in favour of trade balances and imbalances with a view to finding answers to some salient questions and making for proper understanding of the concept of trade balances surplus and deficit which is fast becoming a major problem in the world's economy today which scholars like John Maynard Keynes earlier predicted.

In a bid to finding a solution to this, we shall be discussing from the following sub-headings;

(a). Conditions where trade imbalances may be problematic.
(b). Conditions where trade imbalances may not be problematic.

2.1. Conditions where trade imbalances may be problematic

Those who ignore the effects of long run trade deficits may be confusing David Ricardo's principle of comparative advantage with Adam Smith's principle of absolute advantage, specifically ignoring the latter. The economist Paul Craig Roberts notes that the comparative advantage principles developed by David Ricardo do not hold where the factors of production are internationally mobile. Global labor arbitrage, a phenomenon described by economist Stephen S. Roach, where one country exploits the cheap labor of another, would be a case of absolute advantage that is not mutually beneficial. Since the stagflation of the 1970s, the U.S. economy has been characterized by slower GDP growth. In 1985, the U.S. began its growing trade deficit with China. Over the long run, nations with trade surpluses tend also to have a savings surplus. The U.S. generally has lower savings rates than its trading partners, which tend to have trade surpluses. Germany, France, Japan, and Canada have maintained higher savings rates than the U.S. over the long run.

Few economists believe that GDP and employment can be dragged down by an over-large deficit over the long run. Others believe that trade deficits are good for the economy. The opportunity cost of a forgone tax base may outweigh perceived gains, especially where artificial currency pegs and manipulations are present to distort trade.

Wealth-producing primary sector jobs in the U.S. such as those in manufacturing and computer software have often been replaced by much lower paying wealth-consuming jobs such as those in retail and government in the service sector when the economy recovered from recessions. Some economists contend that the U.S. is borrowing to fund consumption of imports while accumulating unsustainable amounts of debt.

In 2006, the primary economic concerns focused on: high national debt ($9 trillion), high non-bank corporate debt ($9 trillion), high mortgage debt ($9 trillion), high financial institution debt ($12 trillion), high unfunded Medicare liability ($30 trillion), high unfunded Social Security liability ($12 trillion), high external debt (amount owed to foreign lenders) and a serious deterioration in the United States net international investment position (NIIP) (-24% of GDP), high trade deficits, and a rise in illegal immigration.

These issues have raised concerns among economists and unfunded liabilities were mentioned as a serious problem facing the United States in the President's 2006 State of the Union address. On June 26, 2009, Jeff Immelt, the CEO of General Electric, called for the U.S. to increase its manufacturing base employment to 20% of the workforce, commenting that the U.S. has outsourced too much in some areas and can no longer rely on the financial sector and consumer spending to drive demand.

2.2. Conditions where trade imbalances may not be problematic

Small trade deficits are generally not considered to be harmful to either the importing or exporting economy. However, when a national trade imbalance expands beyond prudence (generally thought to be several [clarification needed] percent of GDP, for several years), adjustments tend to occur. While unsustainable imbalances may persist for long periods (cf, Singapore and New Zealand's surpluses and deficits, respectively), the distortions likely to be caused by large flows of wealth out of one economy and into another tend to become intolerable.
In simple terms, trade deficits are paid for out of foreign exchange reserves, and may continue until such reserves are depleted. At such a point, the importer can no longer continue to purchase more than is sold abroad. This is likely to have exchange rate implications: a sharp loss of value in the deficit economy's exchange rate with the surplus economy's currency will change the relative price of tradable goods, and facilitate a return to balance or (more likely) an over-shooting into surplus the other direction.

More complexly, an economy may be unable to export enough goods to pay for its imports, but is able to find funds elsewhere. Service exports, for example, are more than sufficient to pay for Hong Kong's domestic goods export shortfall. In poorer countries, foreign aid may fill the gap while in rapidly developing economies a capital account surplus often off-sets a current-account deficit. There are some economies where transfers from nationals working abroad contribute significantly to paying for imports. The Philippines, Bangladesh and Mexico are examples of transfer-rich economies. Finally, a country may partially rebalance by use of quantitative easing at home. This involves a central bank buying back long term government bonds from other domestic financial institutions without reference to the interest rate (which is typically low when QE is called for), seriously increasing the money supply. This debases the local currency but also reduces the debt owed to foreign creditors - effectively "exporting inflation"

FACTORS AFFECTING BALANCE OF TRADE

Factors that can affect the balance of trade include;

1. The cost of Production, (land, labour, capital, taxes, incentives, etc) in the exporting as well as the importing economy.
2. The cost and availability of raw materials, intermediate goods and inputs.
3. Exchange rate movement.
4. Multi lateral, bi-lateral, and unilateral taxes or restrictions on trade.
5. Non-Tariff barriers such as environmental, Health and safety standards.
6. The availability of adequate foreign exchange with which to pay for imports and prices of goods manufactured at home.

In addition, the trade balance is likely to differ across the business cycle in export led-growth (such as oil and early industrial goods). The balance of trade will improve during an economic expansion.

However, with domestic demand led growth (as in the United States and Australia), the trade balance will worsen at the same stage of the business cycle.

Since the Mid 1980s, the United States has had a growth deficit in tradable goods, especially with Asian nations such as China and Japan which now hold large sums of U.S debts. Interestingly, the U.S has a trade surplus with Australia due to a favourable trade advantage which it has over the latter.

ECONOMIC POLICY WHICH COULD HELP REALISE TRADE SURPLUSES.

(a) Savings

Economies such as Canada, Japan, and Germany which have savings Surplus Typically runs trade surpluses. China, a High Growth economy has tended to run trade surpluses. A higher savings rate generally corresponds to a trade surplus. Correspondingly, the United States with a lower Savings rate has tended to run high trade deficits, especially with Asian Nations.

(b) Reducing import and increasing Export.

Countries such as the U.S and England are the major proponent of this theory. It is also known as the mercantile theory. A Practice where the government regulates strictly the inflow and outflow from the economy in terms of import and export. One major advantage of this theory is that it makes a nation self sufficient and has a multiplier effect on the overall development of the nation's entire sector.

CRITICISMS AGAINST THE ECONOMIC POLICY OF SAVING AS A MEANS OF REALISING TRADE SURPLUS

Saving as a means of realizing trade surplus is not advisable. For example, If a country who is not saving is trading and multiplying its monetary status, it will in a long run be more beneficial to them and a disadvantage to a country who is solely adopting and relying on the savings policy as the it can appear to be cosmetic in a short term and the effect would be exposed when the activities of the trading nation is yielding profit on investment. This could lead to an Economic Tsunami.

CRITICISMS AGAINST THE ECONOMIC POLICY OF REDUCING IMPORTS AND INCREASING EXPORTS

A situation where the export is having more value on the economy of the receiving country just as Frederic Bastiat posited in its example, the principle of reducing imports and increasing export would be an exercise in futility. He cited an example of where a Frenchman, exported French wine and imported British coal, turning a profit. He supposed he was in France, and sent a cask of wine which was worth 50 francs to England. The customhouse would record an export of 50 francs. If, in England, the wine sold for 70 francs (or the pound equivalent), which he then used to buy coal, which he imported into France, and was found to be worth 90 francs in France, he would have made a profit of 40 francs. But the customhouse would say that the value of imports exceeded that of exports and was trade deficit against the ledger of France.

A proper understanding of a topic as this can not be achieved if views from Notable Scholars who have dwelt on it in the past are not examined.

In the light of the foregoing, it will be proper to analyze the views of various scholars who have posited on this topic in a bid to draw a deductive conclusion from their argument to serve a template for drawing a conclusion. This would be explained sequentially as follow;

(a) Frédéric Bastiat on the fallacy of trade deficits.
(b) Adam Smith on trade deficits.
(c) John Maynard Keynes on balance of trade.
(d) Milton Freidman on trade deficit.
(e) Warren Buffet on trade deficit.

3.1. Frédéric Bastiat on the fallacy of trade deficits

The 19th century economist and philosopher Frédéric Bastiat expressed the idea that trade deficits actually were a manifestation of profit, rather than a loss. He proposed as an example to suppose that he, a Frenchman, exported French wine and imported British coal, turning a profit. He supposed he was in France, and sent a cask of wine which was worth 50 francs to England. The customhouse would record an export of 50 francs. If, in England, the wine sold for 70 francs (or the pound equivalent), which he then used to buy coal, which he imported into France, and was found to be worth 90 francs in France, he would have made a profit of 40 francs. But the customhouse would say that the value of imports exceeded that of exports and was trade deficit against the ledger of France. looking at his arguments properly, one would say that it is most adequate to have a trade deficit over a trade surplus. In this Vain, it is glaringly obvious that domestic trade or internal trade could turn a supposed trade surplus into a trade deficit if the cited example of Fredric Bastiat is applied. This was later, in the 20th century, affirmed by economist Milton Friedman.

Internal trade could render an Export value of a nation valueless if not properly handled. A situation where a goods that was initially imported from country 1 into a country 2 has more value in country 2 than its initial export value from country 1, could lead to a situation where the purchasing power would be used to buy more goods in quantity from country 2 who ordinarily would have had a trade surplus by virtue of exporting more in the value of the sum of the initially imported goods from country 1 thereby making the latter to suffer more in export by adding more value to the economy of country 1 that exported ab-initio. The customhouse would say that the value of imports exceeded that of exports and was trade deficit against the ledger of Country 1. But in the real sense of it, Country 1 has benefited trade-wise which is a profit to the economy. In the light of this, a fundamental question arises, 'would the concept of Profit now be smeared or undermined on the Alter of the concept of Trade surplus or loss? This brings to Mind why Milton Friedman stated 'that some of the concerns of trade deficit are unfair criticisms in an attempt to push macro- economic policies favourable to exporting industries'. i.e. to give an undue favour or Advantage to the exporting nations to make it seem that it is more viable than the less exporting country in the international Business books of accounts. This could be seen as a cosmetic disclosure as it does not actually state the proper position of things and this could be misleading in nature.

By reduction and absurdum, Bastiat argued that the national trade deficit was an indicator of a successful economy, rather than a failing one. Bastiat predicted that a successful, growing economy would result in greater trade deficits, and an unsuccessful, shrinking economy would result in lower trade deficits. This was later, in the 20th century, affirmed by economist Milton Friedman.

3.2. Adam Smith on trade deficits

Adam Smith who was the sole propounder of the theory of absolute advantage was of the opinion that trade deficit was nothing to worry about and that nothing is more absurd than the Doctrine of 'Balance of Trade' and this has been demonstrated by several Economists today. It was argued that If for Example, Japan happens to become the 51st state of the U.S, we would not hear about any trade deficit or imbalance between America and Japan. They further argued that trade imbalance was necessitated by Geographical boundaries amongst nations which make them see themselves as competitors amongst each other in other to gain trade superiority among each other which was not necessary. They further posited that if the boundaries between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario, made any difference to the residents of those cities except for those obstacles created by the Government. They posited that if it was necessary to worry about the trade deficit between the United States and Japan, then maybe it was necessary to worry about the deficits that exist among states. It further that stated that if the balance of trade doesn't matter at the personal, Neighbourhood, or city level, then it does matter at the National level. Then Adams Smith was Right!.

They observed that it was as a result of the economic viability of the U.S that made their purchasing power higher than that its Asian counterpart who was Exporting more and importing less than the U.S and that it wouldn't be better if the U.S got poorer and less ability to buy products from abroad, further stating that it was the economic problem in Asia that made people buy fewer imports.

"In the foregoing, even upon the principles of the commercial system, it was very unnecessary to lay extraordinary restraints upon the importation of goods from those countries with which the balance of trade is supposed to be disadvantageous. It obvious depicts a picture that nothing, however, can be more absurd than this whole doctrine of the balance of trade, upon which, not only these restraints, but almost all the other regulations of commerce are founded. When two places trade with one another, this [absurd] doctrine supposes that, if the balance be even, neither of them either loses or gains; but if it leans in any degree to one side, that one of them loses and the other gains in proportion to its declension from the exact equilibrium." (Smith, 1776, book IV, ch. iii, part ii).

3.3. John Maynard Keynes on balance of trade

John Maynard Keynes was the principal author of the 'KEYNES PLAN'. His view, supported by many Economists and Commentators at the time was that Creditor Nations should be treated as responsible as debtor Nations for Disequilibrium in Exchanges and that both should be under an obligation to bring trade back into a state of balance. Failure for them to do so could have serious economic consequences. In the words of Geoffrey Crowther, 'if the Economic relationship that exist between two nations are not harmonized fairly close to balance, then there is no set of financial arrangement that Can rescue the world from the impoverishing result of chaos. This view could be seen by some Economists and scholars as very unfair to Creditors as it does not have respect for their status as Creditors based on the fact that there is no clear cut difference between them and the debtors. This idea was perceived by many as an attempt to unclassify Creditors from debtors.

3.4. Milton Freidman on trade deficit

In the 1980s, Milton Friedman who was a Nobel Prize winning Economist, a Professor and the Father of Monetarism contended that some of the concerns of trade deficit are unfair criticisms in an attempt to push macro- economic policies favourable to exporting industries.

He further argued that trade deficit are not necessarily as important as high exports raise the value of currency, reducing aforementioned exports, and vice versa in imports, thus naturally removing trade deficits not due to investment.

This position is a more refined version of the theorem first discovered by David Hume, where he argued that England could not permanently gain from exports, because hoarding gold would make gold more plentiful in England; therefore the price of English goods will soar, making them less attractive exports and making foreign goods more attractive imports. In this way, countries trade balance would balance out.

Friedman believed that deficits would be corrected by free markets as floating currency rates rise or fall with time to discourage imports in favour of the exports. Revising again in the favour of imports as the currency gains strength.

But again there were short comings on the view of Friedman as many economists argued that his arguments were feasible in a short run and not in a long run. The theory says that the trade deficit, as good as debt, is not a problem at all as the debt has to be paid back. They further argued that In the long run as per this theory, the consistent accumulation of a major debt could pose a problem as it may be quite difficult to pay offset the debt easily.

Economists in support for Friedman suggested that when the money drawn out returns to the trade deficit country

3.5. Warren Buffet on trade deficit

The Successful American Business Mogul and Investor Warren Buffet was quoted in the Associated Press (January 20th 2006) as saying that 'The U.S trade deficit is a bigger threat to the domestic economy than either the federal budget deficit or consumer debt and could lead to political turmoil... Right now, the rest of the world owns $3 trillion more of us than we own of them'. He was further quoted as saying that 'in effect, our economy has been behaving like an extraordinary rich family that possesses an immense farm. In order to consume 4% more than we produce-that is the trade deficit- we have day by day been both selling pieces of the farm and increasing the mortgage on what we still own.

Buffet proposed a tool called 'IMPORT CERTIFICATES' as a solution to the United States problem and ensure balanced trade. He was further quoted as saying; 'The Rest of the world owns a staggering $2.5 trillion more of the U.S than we own of the other countries. Some of this $2.5 trillion is invested in claim checks- U.S bonds, both governmental and private- and some in such assets as property and equity securities.

Import Certificate is a proposed mechanism to implement 'balanced Trade', and eliminate a country's trade deficit. The idea was to create a market for transferable import certificate (ICs) that would represent the right to import a certain dollar amount of goods into the United States. The plan was that the Transferable ICs would be issued to US exporters in an amount equal to the dollar amount of the goods they export and they could only be utilized once. They could be sold or traded to importers who must purchase them in order to legally import goods to the U.S. The price of ICs are set by free market forces, and therefore dependent on the balance between entrepreneurs' willingness to pay the ICs market price for importing goods into the USA and the global volume of goods exported from the US (Supply and Demand).
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Increase Your Earning Potential Using A Trade Copier Software

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Increase Your Earning Potential Using A Trade Copier Software - Foreign currency trading is a very lucrative investment option, but the inexperience and lack of knowledge in foreign currency trading makes beginners a little apprehensive about the whole affair. They fumble when it comes to opening and closing trades in the market. Also, they are unable to tell the high-earning positions from the unprofitable ones.

Using a trade copier might be the best option for most beginners until they get a deeper insight into the working of the Forex market and are able to trade independently. In fact, trade copier softwares have become so popular that they are being considered a necessity for successful trading rather than an optional tool to be taken only by those who need help.

To understand how a trade copier works, it will help to first understand how copy trading works.

What is Copy Trading?

Forex stands for Foreign Exchange. Forex enables investors to earn by speculating on the value of currency. Copy trading is an investment strategy used in Forex trading. It involves copying trades or trade decisions made by other investors. This other investor is generally a seasoned investor or one who has a reputation of generating consistent profits in the marketplace. The system is based on a kind of social trading network and the person whose trades you copy is a mentor.

The process of Forex trading starts with setting up an account with a broker. If you choose to copy a trade, a fixed amount of your funds get automatically linked to the account of the investor whose trades you intend to copy. Each time the investor trades including opening or closing an option or issuing a stop loss order, your account will copy the movements in proportion to the amount of money linked to the account. Every time the trader profits, you will profit and every time he loses you will lose. The system allows you to profit significantly by not restricting you to a single account; you can link it to different traders' accounts.

Copy trading differs from mirror trading in the fact that the latter allows you to copy on specific trade strategies and not all. In copy trading, you can copy an entire strategy or mirror individual trades only; the choice is yours. The option of copying several accounts is a better option as it helps mitigate risks. The trade copier software allows you to stop copying other's trades and starting trading independently whenever you want. You can close the copy relationship altogether.

Copy trading can be done manually or mechanically. There are specially designed trade copier software programs to enable it to be done mechanically. Its ability to copy an indefinite number of accounts gives you all the information you need to take sound trade decisions. Also, it has integrated several other tools to maximize profit and minimize risk.

Local vs. Remote Trade Copier Software

Trade copier software is of two basic types. The first one is remote while the second is local. The two differ on various grounds. A local version is used primarily to trade between many different accounts, between account managers and also by retail managers trading with multiple brokers. This exposes one to a greater number of trades thereby increasing the earning potential. This software generally operates on a local network.

The remote trade copier permits trades between multiple accounts. It is a fully-automated solution and the trading is conducted from a remote server or machine. In today's times, the remote version has become more popular because it is more sophisticated and highly reliable. It also allows for high speed trading. Being fully automated, it reduces the workload for managers and traders who can then rely on automated signals.

How does Forex Trade Copier Software help?

When the concept of copy trading was introduced, it was believed that it offered the most benefits to account managers and not much to retail Forex traders. This is not what it actually is. The software program can be used by account managers and retail Forex traders.

There are several benefits of using the trade copier software. The software converts vital trade data into an easier format and copies it to different accounts simultaneously. Since the process is handled by computers, it eliminates the need for human effort. Imagine the amount of work that would have gone into it if the same process was done manually. It also saves a good amount of time. Even if you are a full-time trader and are quick at replicating trades, you might not be able to do it as efficiently as the program because after all manual processes are prone to mistakes.

When you copy trades, as an investor you can capitalize on another investor's ability to predict market movements. It enables an investor to manage his or her money more effectively by distributing it profitably. Trade reversal is another advantage of using the trade copier. If you think you are going to lose on a particular trade you can reverse it that is you sell when the trade is buy and vice versa. It is called the stop loss order in trading jargon.

Making the Right Choice

There are plenty of trade copier software packages available for use in the market. The choice of software is what makes the difference between success and failure. Hence, you should pay careful attention to the features the program has to offer.

The first most obvious feature and of course a standard feature on most packages is automation. Trading software opens and executes trades on the basis of pre-programmed algorithms. The Forex market is a highly volatile one. The real earnings come from responding quickly to the sudden movements in the market. And, if you've done a bit of reading on Forex trading, you must know that when these movements might occur is totally unpredictable. The copier software you choose should ask for minimum human intervention. A high level of automation allows one to copy trades to and from master accounts instantly.

The trade copier program must run the MetaTrader 4 trading platform. MetaTrader or MT4 as it is also referred to, is an electronic trading platform used in retail foreign exchange. It comprises a client and server component. The server component is managed by the broker while the client component is provided to his customers. If the program you have does not have MetaTrader 4, it is a better option not to invest in it. It is preferable to go for the older versions of the MT4 platform. Also, it should allow for regular updates as and when the newer versions are released. It should also be compatible with future versions.

When choosing trade copier software, the ease of use is another feature you might want to consider. Ease of use allows even the least tech-savvy traders to benefit from the program. The program should be easy to install. Detailed instructions provided by the manufacturer can be of great help in this regard. It makes it less stressful as it eases the learning curve.

Versatility is another feature that defines an efficient program. When we say versatility, we mean that the software has the capability to mirror trades to multiple accounts thus putting you in a better position to open and close trades. If you can get trade copier software that allows for reverse trading, there is nothing like it.

Additionally, one must be able to customize the copier program to one's individual needs. This includes the ability to adjust profit and stop loss levels, multiplier levels, the choice of currency pairs and the likes. The software should be complete in itself and should not require any additional programs to support it.

Your budget also goes a long way in influencing your choice. Don't hesitate to pay a little extra for tried, tested and proven software programs.

As we end, there is a small tip I would like to give. The trade copier system is an automated system and will take vital trading decisions on your behalf based on the market trends. However, if you want to be in better control of your investments, you should evaluate the collected data and decide to what degree you want to follow or copy the trade decisions of another investor. Also, don't get into Forex trading a blank slate. You should go out and learn the best you can about Forex trading to give you a head start on the rest. There are very good resources out there to help you learn the market. This way you will compliment the software program and make it work better.

Forex trade copiers have changed the way investors can invest their money. Work with one starting today and turn currency trading into a potentially profitable investment option.
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The 3 Keys to Successful Forex Trading

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The 3 Keys to Successful Forex Trading - The first key element is one we have mentioned already, it is also the one element of trading that seems to get the most attention - The Trading Strategy.

1. The Trading Strategy

Your Trading Strategy is basically how you trade, what must happen in order for you to pull the trade trigger? Most trading strategies are based upon indicators such as RSI, Moving Average or a combination of a few different indicators, personally I prefer not to trade based upon indicators. Being able to simply read the Price Action off the charts will provide you with a much stronger base in determining your trades.

Whatever your choice, having a good trading strategy is very important when trying to become a profitable Forex trader. The question is what do I mean by 'good'? What constitutes a 'good' trading strategy? Most traders define a 'good' trading strategy as one that has a high rate of success. The truth is you need to ask, how has this 'success rate' been established? Over how many trades was it determined, 10 trades? 100 trades? And what about asking the question were all trades taken following the precise steps of the trading strategy?

It is not as simple as finding a trading strategy that claims to have a 70% success rate and then just running with it, chances are if you've been in the trading game for some time you will know that it is never that straightforward.

For e.g.

A Trading Strategy claims to have a success rate of 70%

However when you trade it, your success rate is only 40%

Why is this?

Of course it could be that perhaps Trading Strategy A does not have a 70% success rate to begin with, but let's say for this example that is does. So, what else could be the problem? The answer is you are lacking the other two key elements of a successful Forex Trader, let's take a look at the second one.

2. Trading Psychology

There is one key component that affects every single trade you take... you. Your Trading Psychology very often is the difference between a successful trade and an unsuccessful one.You can be the strongest minded human being on the planet, but you are still human and as a human you have emotions.

Trading is a very highly charged emotional game, especially when you are trading large amounts of money, naturally your emotions can overtake and influence your thinking/behavior as a trader. Sometimes you will subconsciously take a trade based upon your emotions, whether you are 'Revenge Trading' or just being plain greedy, it is all down to how strong your Trading Psychology.

You could have the best Trading Strategy in the World, but if you have a weak Trading Psychology then it counts for nothing. Let's take a look at some of the ways in which your emotions may affect your trading decisions.

Your Trading Psychology will improve as your exposure to the markets improve, of course I am referring to LIVE Trading with real money. Trading a DEMO account is fine to start off with, but you do not want to get too comfortable trading DEMO funds, when you are able to start trading LIVE. Please of course ensure you understand the risks involved, and NEVER trade with money that you can not afford to risk.

The final key is a game changer, most newbies don't understand the power that it yields, the next key is Money Management.

3. Money Management

We are all different, some of us have £5,000 set aside that we can put into trading, some have only £500 and for some those kinds of figures they can only dream of. In other words we are all different, we all have different finances, different aims/goals, different reasons for trading the Forex Market.

Money Management or Risk Management, is that very important part of trading that determines how much money you will risk on a single trade. This amount will be determined by what your individual goal/s are and also how much money you have to actually invest in the market.

As a general rule of thumb, when you are ready to start trading seriously it is best to keep your risk down to 1%, and base your Money Management around that. Unfortunately, there are plenty of 'Forex Gurus' out there on the Internet who don't even mention the importance of Managing your risk (steer far away from these types of people), or say that it's okay to risk more; say 3% or even 5% (unthinkable!)

The fact is it does not matter how great a Trader you feel you are, it is simply mathematically proven that during your trading activities you will have losses and not just one here and there, but runs of losses. The question you really want to ask yourself is, will I survive during this bout of losses? Or will it wipe my account out?

Let's say for e.g. you take a hit of 9 losing trades consecutively, you risk 5% of your account balance on each trade:

Opening Account Balance: £5,000

5% Risk per Trade: £250 Risk Per Trade

9 Losses x 5% = 45% LOSS

Remaining Account Balance: £2,750

You will lose just under half of your entire Account Balance! The time taken and the difficulty in trying to make that deficit up will be extremely difficult, and factoring in the fact that you will still have losing trades, makes the whole thing even more messy.

Let's now take a look at what happens if we risk only 1%:

Opening Account Balance: £5,000

1% Risk per Trade: £50 Risk Per Trade

9 Losses x 1% = 9% LOSS

Remaining Account Balance: £4,550

Here we lose just under 10% of our Trading Account Balance, a very reasonable amount for a 9 trade losing streak. Be SMART, Trading is about capital preservation first, and looking at making a profit only once you have taken your Money Management into consideration.

So, there you have it. A quick look at the 3 Keys to Successful Forex Trading. Learn them, please share them via Social Media with others who are also interested in the field, spread the love!

Happy Trading.
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Information About Breast Cancer Treatment

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Information About Breast Cancer Treatment - Breast Cancer is the cancer that develops in the breast tissues mostly in the inner lining of milk ducts or in the lobules which supply milk to the ducts. Depending on the place of origination, they are known as ductal carcinoma, if originated in the milk ducts or lobular carcinoma when originated in the lobules. Breast cancers are also classified as hormone-positive or a hormone-negative cancer which is decided based on their sensitivity to hormones like progesterone and estrogen.

The options available for breast cancer treatment depend on the type of breast cancer and the staging results. Staging is the process in which the disease spread and its progressive extend is determined. Though it is the most common non-skin type of cancer in women and is considered one of the fatal types of cancer, there are many advanced breast cancer treatment options which can help cure this disease if detected early.

Breast Cancer Treatment Plan

Once the cancer has been diagnosed, the doctors evaluate the pathology report and form a plan that would suit the type of cancer and the stage to which the disease has progressed. Treatment modes aim at reducing the spread of the disease, destruction of the diseased cells and reduction of chances for re-occurrence in future. The doctors would choose a single or a set of treatment options based on the patient's medical conditions which they may evaluate periodically.

Types of Breast cancer treatment methods

The treatments available are in general classified as standard methods and clinical trial methods. Standard methods are those that are currently practised for the cure of breast cancer while clinical trials are those that are currently being tested for more efficient results. The standard methods of breast cancer treatment include surgery, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, radiation treatments and targeted therapy.

Surgical method of Breast Cancer Treatment

Surgery is one potential option for removing the cancerous cells from the body. The entire breast or a partial portion of the breast is removed depending on the level of spread and the stage to which the disease has progressed. Based on the level of operation that is required to remove the cancerous cells, the surgeries are differentiated into three types as below.

* Breast-conserving Surgery - This is an operation where only the portion of the breast that contains the cancer is removed and not the breast itself. If the surgery requires removal of just the tumor in the breast and a little amount of tissue, it is known as Lumpectomy or is known as Partial mastectomy if it includes removal of partial amount of the breast along with a considerable amount of normal tissues. These kinds of surgeries may also include removal of lymph nodes under the arm which are used for the purpose of biopsy. Such dissection done either along with the surgery or after it is known as lymph node dissection.

* Total Mastectomy - This kind of surgery targets on removing the whole breast which is infected with the cancerous cells. This also requires removal of lymph nodes for the purpose of biopsy.

* Modified radical Mastectomy - This is the surgery that removes extensive portions to get rid of the cancerous cells. The complete breast affected by cancer along with certain lymph nodes under the arm and the chest muscle lining is removed by this process of surgery. In certain cases, even part of the chest wall muscles that are affected are removed by this surgery.

* Radical Mastectomy - This surgery removes the complete breast, chest wall muscles and all the lymph nodes under the arm. This kind of surgery for breast cancer treatment is also known as Halsted radical mastectomy.

These surgeries can also be followed by other modes of breast cancer treatment methods like chemotherapy, hormone therapy or radiation therapy to kill any presence of cancer cells. Such kinds of treatment that helps in prevention of cancer re-occurrence is known as adjuvant therapy. Some patients can also consider the option of breast implants to rebuild the removed breast shape after a mastectomy.

Chemotherapy

This kind of treatment helps in killing the cancerous cells or prevents them from growing by means of internal administration of drugs. The way of drug administration can be either through the blood stream that spreads throughout the body which is known as systematic chemotherapy or is placed directly in the cerebrospinal fluid or any specific organ which is known as regional chemotherapy.

Hormone Therapy

This kind of breast cancer treatment includes the introduction of substances that negate the effect of hormones which induce cancerous growth. Estrogen has been known to induce the growth of breast cancer in certain cases. One of the treatment methods includes prevention of ovaries from secreting the hormone estrogen and such a method is known as ovarian ablation. The hormonal therapy includes the usage of aromatase inhibitor which decreases the estrogen secretion in the body. Aromatase inhibitors are given for hormone-dependent breast cancer patients who are in postmenopausal stage while tamoxifen is used in cases of metastatic breast cancer. Aromatase inhibitors are also in general used as a means of adjuvant therapy after continued use of tamoxifen for two years or more.

Radiation Therapy

High energy x-rays are in general used as an alternative for drugs to kill the cancer cells and prevent them from growing.

Targeted Therapy

Another type of treatment that helps in destroying the cancer cells without any harm to the normal cells is called targeted therapy. The targeted therapies used in breast cancer treatment are in general of two types, Monoclonal antibodies and Tyrosine kinase inhibitors.

* Monoclonal Antibodies - These kinds of substances are antibodies that are made from a single type of immune system cell which has the potential to identify and destroy cancer cells. They are also sometimes used to carry toxins or drugs to the cancer cells to bring in effective destruction of the cells. Trastuzumab is a monoclonal antibody that is used in treating patients of breast cancer. This method can be clubbed along with chemotherapy as a means of adjuvant therapy.

* Tyrosine Kinase inhibitors - These drugs block signals that are needed for tumor growth and are in general used in combination with other anti-cancer drugs. Lapatjnib is one such inhibitor which helps block the HER2 protein inside the tumor cells and is used effectively for treatment of HER2- positive breast cancer patients.
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Therapeutic Remedies That You Should Know About Alternative Cancer Treatment

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Therapeutic Remedies That You Should Know About Alternative Cancer Treatment - Alternative cancer treatment is a group of therapeutic remedies used in place of conventional medicine for the purpose of treatment of cancer. Alternative cancer treatments can be very effective. Alternative cancer treatment is a group of therapeutic cancer treatments seek to strengthen the body's immune system, to enhance the quality of life during recovery, and to nourish and fortify the body through nutritional, homeopathic, or herbal therapies. There are many alternative cancer treatments that can have positive impact on your health.

If you begin to research cancer treatments you will find that there is such a great amount of alternative cancer treatments available that are as effective if not more effective than traditional treatment options without the overwhelming cost, and side effects. If you begin to research cancer treatments you will find that there is such a great amount of alternative cancer treatments available that are as effective if not more effective than traditional treatment options without the overwhelming cost, and side effects.

Cancer

Cancer is not a death sentence, it is an opportunity to heal within. Cancer patients using or considering complementary or alternative therapy should discuss this decision with their doctor or nurse, as they would any therapeutic approach. Cancer is the modern plague and people are increasingly looking for natural, safe solutions. Cancer is a complex disease, and it is reasonable to do everything in one's power to fight it. Cancer cells do not age, do not become weaker as they grow older, and therefore hold a huge advantage over our healthy cells.

Treatments

If you begin to research cancer treatments you will find that there is such a great amount of alternative cancer treatments available that are as effective if not more effective than traditional treatment options without the overwhelming cost, and side effects.

The Cancer Coalition (American Cancer Society, National Cancer Institute, FDA, Prominent Hospitals, and of course The Pharmaceutical 'Godfathers' want us to depend on them to come up with treatments, so we fund them with millions and millions of dollars, yet still no cure, not even a good treatment.

They want us to trust them, so they bolster the true success rates of conventional cancer treatments. They want us to feel protected, so they legislate what treatments doctors can use, and label doctors that stray from those treatments and poor results as "quacks" or worse yet take away their license to practice. The fact that when you think of cancer, chemo, radiation and surgery pop into mind is a testament that they have run an incredible PR campaigned to make you think these treatments actually work. want us to depend on them to come up with treatments, so we fund them with millions and millions of dollars, yet still no cure, not even a good treatment. They want us to trust them, so they bolster the true success rates of conventional cancer treatments. They want us to feel protected, so they legislate what treatments doctors can use, and label doctors that stray from those treatments and poor results as "quacks" or worse yet take away their license to practice.

The fact that when you think of cancer, chemo, radiation and surgery pop into mind is a testament that they have run an incredible PR campaigned to make you think these treatments actually work.

Diet

Vegetarian raw foods are a great method of Treating Cancer with a healthy diet. Alternate treatments for fighting cancer can range from faith healing to visualization, but one of your best bets is a whole food diet that includes raw vegetables and organic nutrients -- things that promote body detoxification.

A raw foods diet is a great alternative treatment: raw food is easy to prepare and if you use vegetables and other whole foods as your ingredients, your vegetarian meals can be so delicious.

If you are anticancer and pro-life, choose the earth's natural energy boosters and start enjoying the organic nutrients and health benefits of opting for a vegetarian raw food diet as one of your primary Treating Cancer with a healthy diets.

All natural alternative cancer treatment has been working for a long time. Learning how to re-alkalise your body's tissue and cell pH to healthy levels is extremely important and should not be overlooked in your alternative cancer treatment recovery plan.

When you are considering alternative cancer treatments, ask for documented facts and stats from the representative to find out the success rate of the group. Also check to see if your health insurance will cover any alternative cancer treatment programs and be leery of programs demanding a large sum of money up front, or that state they can cure your cancer.

The information presented here is no way meant to discourage you from undertaking conventional treatments for your cancer, but hopefully will support you and your medical doctor to undertake 'smarter', more effective alternative cancer treatment approaches to beat cancer.
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