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E-Mini Trading: Candlesticks Are Great, But I Prefer Renko Bars

02nd June 2011
I've been spending some time in recent articles describing different e-mini charting techniques. Specifically, we have been looking at different methodologies to display raw price data. We have discussed candlestick charting, range bar charting, and tick ... Read >
Author: David S Adams

The Wonderful White Koi

05th April 2011
Which Koi Are The Most Common? Generally, Koi fish existed in a single shade. Ever since the Japanese started breeding them from carp mutations, we have more varieties of Koi fish, appearing in colorful patterns. Their popularity has increased further.... Read >
Author: Trevor

How To Take Care Of The Zelkova Bonsai

22nd February 2011
The Zelkova bonsai is a popular species, used by most cultivators, as it is a tough plant that is easy to grow and it has great resistance to diseases and other infestations. This bonsai plant is available in two varieties. One is the Chinese Zelkova, whi... Read >
Author: Paul Smith

Is Wagyu Beef Good for Health?

19th May 2010
All these years beef has been considered as an unhealthy diet and therefore have been advised by doctors not to have it regularly. But it tastes so good that beef lovers have found it difficult to avoid it altogether even though beef is considered as one ... Read >
Author: liza252

Sparring Gear Taekwondo Adidas 106

11th February 2010
If you're a new comer to the Sparring Gear planet or would like to learn more about the countless alternativeative we're confronted with when buying sparring gear...I've produced a e-Learning training course to help information you in your sparring gear s... Read >
Author: Morgan Fletcher

How To Make Origami Flowers

20th June 2008
The Japanese word "Origami" means folding papers into shapes to make objects that are decorative. When making an origami flower this is exactly what is done. I had become extremely depressed and stressed out lately because an unfortunate accident had left... Read >
Author: erich simko
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