Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Still going and going and going...

Yesterday I got paid in my Egold account once again by those two sites who already are present on my updated Paying PTC list. Both are (as always) free to join, 5 easy and quick minutes to completely empty your inbox every day. Quick 24h payouts.

Jaguar cash (random payouts performed once account reach $0.50)
(been paid 4 TIMES for $4.27 total.) Paypal/Egold

International offers (10 cents minimum payout)
(been paid 3 TIMES for $0.32 total.) Egold


Monday, August 27, 2007

Getting up.

Tomorrow will mark the beginning of my new attempt at profitbility on the FOREX market. My funds will be available in just a few hours.

Now, the size of my account versus what I trained on has no comparison. I will now have at least 600% more available funds to trade with than the maximum size my account ever contained during my 4 month initiation period.

I will restrain myself to a very tight money management plan, and will automatically install a stop-loss on each and every trade. A thing that I lacked and paid dearly with my poor pennies...:) The market can sometimes be very unpreditable and spectacular. The market is also never wrong.

For example, during my short 4 or 5 week inactivity period, I was a spectator to a GBP/JPY major movement. It traveled thousands of pips on the way down from it's high around 251.50 all the way down to the 217.xx area before going back up in the 232.xx at the end of last week. All that during a few weeks of time.

That was a 3500 points travel on the way down, followed by a 1300 trip back up. All that in just 5 weeks. Great opportunity for those who know where they are going, but also it means great danger and great losses for those who adventure themselves with bad money management.

I feel ready for the next step: profitability.

P.S. Do not invest money you cannot afford to lose in Forex trading. Every trade is potentially dangerous.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Entertainment at discount prices.

RapidSearch as the subtitle of their home page suggests, is offering DVDs, video games, music and software at discount prices.

Everything on the site is neatly categorized and easy to browse. You find what interests you in a blink of an eye. A thumbnail accompanies the product details as it makes it easy to browse around. From TV comedy series to movies and games, quality entertainment is available at discount prices at RapidSearch.org.

Why pay more elsewhere when you can find it all on the net? Save your hard earned money!

Sunday, August 19, 2007

My Paying PTC list updated.

*Updated: 6/10/2010*

Here it is, an updated version of all the ''Paid to click'' sites that have paid me. In this list, everything is free to join and have paid me with either Paypal or Liberty Reserve.
-1- Tesas Tea Mails
Cash click contests every month
(paid me 12 TIMES for $31.82 total) Paypal/Liberty Reserve

-2-
Ad Paid
*Winner of the 2008 Been paid award!*
(paid me 4 TIMES for $21.64 total) Paypal

-3- DonkeyMails
One of the most popular PTC site out there!
(paid me 15 TIMES for $20.32 total) Paypal/Liberty Reserve

-4- Matrixmails
Tons of earning opportunities every day thru the ''paid to signup'' section --Rewarding account upgrade system--
(paid me 5 TIMES for $13.27 total) Paypal

-5- Jaguar cash
Points-to-cash conversion available at any time.
(paid me 10 TIMES for $8.69 total) Paypal

-6- Sweet Tooth Mails
Points-to-cash conversion available at any time.
(paid me 8 TIMES for $7.48 total) Paypal

-7-ValePTR
*Tons of clicks and contests*
(paid me 4 TIMES for $4.92 total) Paypal/Liberty Reserve

-8- No-Minimum.com
(paid me 6 TIMES for $5.65 total) Paypal

-9- Awesomeemails4u
Points-to-cash conversion available at any time
(paid me 5 TIMES for $3.18 total) Paypal

-10- International offers (10 cents minimum payout)
(paid me 14 TIMES for $2.20 total) Liberty Reserve

The Delighted Penguin (SITE CLOSED)
(paid me 2 TIMES for $1.93 total) Paypal

Prancing Penguins (SITE CLOSED)
(paid me 2 TIMES for $1.51 total) Paypal

TOTAL EARNINGS OF THE LIST: $122.60



Note: The results displayed in this message can easily be surpassed by anyone willing to spend about 15 to 20 minutes a day. My frequency of login is not on a daily basis. The payments are REAL and FAST once requested. If at any moment and for any reason any of those programs fail to pay, I will notice you with a post.

More programs are to be added to the paying list very soon.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

British gas launches greenest energy tariff.

The popular pressure over the years are starting to pay off as now different industries are trying to help preserve what's left of our beautiful blue planet. British Gas has launched a new green energy source thru their new line of products that they presented us this month: Zero Carbon tariff.

For the occasion, a press release was presented to the press. Here is the British Gas press release. These new tariffs will help households and companies to reduce their carbon emissions with the new line of Zero Carbon tariff.

Here is British Gas' August 9th 2007 press release in it's entirety:

9 August 2007: British Gas has announced it is launching two new green energy tariffs, Zero Carbon, which will be the greenest tariff available on the domestic market and Future Energy. British Gas has launched the tariffs, in response to the increasing demand for green energy products.

Householders signing up to the Zero Carbon tariff will:
• reduce their household energy carbon emissions to zero through Kyoto compliant offset schemes which will meet the new Defra requirements
• help fund a direct increase in investment in renewable energy generated in the UK
• contribute to the new British Gas green fund which will:
o invest in developing new renewable technologies such as wave power
o oversee a programme to help schools in the UK reduce their CO2 emissions

GearĂ³id Lane, Managing Director British Gas New Energy said,”Our new tariff responds to consumer demand for truly green energy solutions. It is essential that customers have confidence in green energy tariffs and that their credibility is not damaged by tariffs that claim to be green but in reality do not deliver any incremental environmental benefits. Green tariffs are moving from niche to mainstream products and we’re leading the industry by offering a tariff that will do more for the environment than any other product currently available.”

Under the government’s Renewables Obligation (RO), electricity suppliers in the UK are already required to produce an increasing percentage of their electricity through methods such as wind farms which, unlike traditional power plants, produce zero carbon emissions. For 2007/2008 this figure is set at 7.9%.

In a recent report, the National Consumer Council (NCC) raised concerns that some energy suppliers are packaging electricity which is produced under the RO scheme as “green”, yet it delivers no additional environmental benefits. The NCC called on energy suppliers to take steps beyond their legal requirements and offer green energy tariffs that provide genuine additional environmental benefits, in particular CO2 emissions reduction.

British Gas worked with Global Action Plan and The Climate Group’s “We’re in this Together” campaign to develop Zero Carbon which goes further than any other green tariff in meeting these requirements offering consumers the only zero carbon option on the market.

The tariff carries a premium of £84 per year, reflecting the higher cost of producing energy through lower carbon emission schemes.

Virginia Graham, Chair of Global Action Plan, said, “The British Gas Zero Carbon tariff delivers on all three of the essential requirements of a green tariff which are: additionality, transparency and verifiability. As such it is a very welcome new offering in the market. Consumers signing up to the tariff can be confident that they are getting 12 per cent more renewable energy than they would otherwise have got. The carbon emissions from their electricity and gas will also be offset with emissions reductions from projects accredited by the United Nations.”

Zero Carbon is one of the first initiatives launched through the ‘We’re in this Together’ campaign, which was launched in April 07 as an alliance of some of the UK’s biggest brands who are all working to help their customers reduce their impact on the climate.

Dr Steve Howard, CEO of The Climate Group and founder of ‘We’re in this Together’ said, “We’re committed to offering people ways to make a real impact on climate change through Together.com. We’ve worked with British Gas to ensure that Zero Carbon is a genuine step forward in delivering more environmental benefits than any other tariff currently available.”

British Gas’s second green energy tariff, Future Energy, offers an alternative green electricity tariff at a premium of just £20 per year. Customers signing up to this tariff will contribute to a green fund which will provide solar panels and other renewable energy technologies to UK schools. Money from the fund will also be invested in development of future renewable technologies and sources.

To sign up customers can call British Gas on 0845 604 0055 or visit www.britishgas.co.uk
This message was sponsored by British Gas.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Crash.

Well there it is, the final real fall of my first FOREX account has been completed during the course of July.

I have made a number of crucial and (let's say it) dumb mistakes over the course of the last 2 months. Making mistakes is in fact totally normal for a new trader. The ones I made could've been avoided and thus, money not lost with a bit more experience and especially more focus by my part. This right here is some kind of my mea culpa... ;)

I learned a lot thru my first 4 months of active FOREX trading. A lot of useful and permanent knowledge of how this humongous system works. But I also learned over the course of my life that in order to succeed, you must fall a couple of times before achieving your goals...

And when I fall, I get up, remember why I fell in the first place and then I try some more. That is just me.

That is exactly what I am planning to do in august. I will fund my FOREX account once again, some time between now and the end of the month. Then I will get up from my fall and continue.

From now on, Money Management will be closely monitored. Every trade will be opened with an efficient stop-loss. A trailing stop-loss will be implemented on some my winning trades to give myself a chance at catching some more profitable trades that I often missed out. All those measures will increase my overall efficiency, reduce the size of each of my losing trades while increasing my gains.

This far after 4 months, all of this costed me around 40$ to learn what I now know. It is not a huge loss considering that some people can waste thousands of dollars while experimenting and learning to trade FOREX.

P.S. Every FOREX trade is dangerous. Do not invest money you cannot afford to lose in FOREX.