Coach assistance provided in trading room.
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"The DAX service is an incredible addition to the NetPicks lineup," said Shane Fry, NetPicks DAX Futures live trading analyst. "It gives our clients access to the much sought-after German market and really rounds our investment offerings nicely."
In addition to the DAX Futures service, NetPicks operates Forex and e-Mini Futures Live Signal Services. The trading systems offered by
"For the launch of our DAX Futures service, we are offering a free two-week trial to let our clients see the service for themselves and decide if DAX is right for their investment needs," Fry said. "We are confident clients will enjoy the service."
Fry said NetPicks'
"Five days a week, we call exact trade setups for customers - exact entries and targets, and manage every trade until completion," he said. "We even do this twice per day - once during the European market hours and once during the U.S. market hours - so no matter where clients are in the world, they can now trade the DAX. We even do all the analysis and show our clients exactly where and why a trade should be taken."
Although new to the NetPicks' lineup of trading systems, DAX Futures has already proven popular and successful.
"Since June 1, 2008, we've called over 552 points of profit live," said Fry. "That's worth over $20,000.00 USD. All clients do is just execute the trades and have their brokerage commission costs. In August, the European session had 68 percent winners, nearly $5,000 per contract with most trading sessions ended positive. The U.S. session, assuming everyday showed 66 percent winners, enjoyed over $8,000 per contract and a profit factor of 4.17."
As it is with NetPicks'
"Our goal is to always get in, get out and be done," said Fry. "We try to trade as quickly and intelligently as possible - get our gains and go on with our day."
For more information about NetPicks and its live trading services, contact Kori Sato at (949) 273-0506. To view the Web site online, go to
NetPicks was found in 1996 just as the online trading and day trading trends emerged. The company specializes in Forex, e-Mini Futures and DAX Futures trading, offering its clients a number of ways to track trends, make purchases and initiate sales.
The company's dynamic online trading systems can be automated with Web or phone-based indicators that alert clients when a trend is going to emerge and when it will reverse. Automation provides more confidence when selecting an online trade. Or, for those investors who want to play a more active role, real-time charts, signals and alerts and a live member area allow them to view the very data that the experts at NetPicks use to plan trading strategies.
Credit counseling and debt management service providers of CareOne Credit Counseling Services have launched a collection of free Web-based financial tools and resources through their new MyCareOne platform (
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The MyCareOne tools engage consumers in an easily-customized environment where they can move, add, or delete homepage features (called "gadgets") to access an assortment of financial planning resources tailored to their individual needs. Current gadgets available on the MyCareOne platform include a savings planner, a collection of debt management success stories, financial advice from the company's own Debt Diva, and access to the
"Getting out from under debt or finally being able to save for that car, college education, or trip you've always wanted to take really are achievable goals," says
MyCareOne is a free service available to consumers, and all registered members will have access to the following financial planning tools and features:
- MyCareOne's Message Center - Messages from CareOne Credit Counseling Services (such as new feature announcements) can be accessed from the user's home page.
- Home Page Customization - All users can drag and drop (or add and remove) page elements to create their own user experience, placing their favorite tools in easy-to-access locations.
- MySavings Gadget - The MySavings tool lets users create a variety of savings goals including deadlines and monthly savings estimates to reach those goals. It even keeps track of the individual's progress.
- FreedomPointers - Users can access FreedomPointers tips on how to save money on a daily basis. Tips are contributed by site staff as well as members, and users can submit their own tips directly through a link in the FreedomPointers gadget.
- Debt Diva Tips - Members will be able to view weekly money-saving tips (or browse archived tips) from CareOne Credit Counseling Services' Debt Diva.
All registered MyCareOne members can also view the latest posts in the CareOne blogs, debt relief news, and the most recent discussions happening in the Straight Talk community. Users will be able to easily add any future gadgets released by the company and they can manage newsletter subscriptions directly through the MyCareOne interface when logged in.
Customers of CareOne Credit Counseling Services' debt management plans can also access account information through their MyCareOne homepage including payment reminders, their debt management plan details, account information (which can be updated through MyCareOne), and more 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A video tour of MyCareOne's gadgets, financial tools, and other interactive features can be viewed online through the
About CareOne Credit Counseling Services
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Thousands of innocent staff will be made redundant if and when the Lloyds TSB and HBOS merger goes through.
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With 140,000 employees between them, some commentators have suggested as many as 40,000 people may lose their job. This will create financial hardship for many of those being shown the door, while finding new employment is going to prove difficult in a stuttering economy.
British Insurance, the
Simon Burgess, managing director at British Insurance, commented: "Halifax has made a virtue of always offering its customers extra. Now it has run aground, what will it offer staff? By offering a policy to Howard we want to give him some valuable protection and show others that PPI insurance is affordable, despite the exorbitant rates charged by HBOS and Lloyds TSB."
If anything, the events of the last few weeks have shown how quickly major organisations can be brought to their knees, said Burgess.
"Halifax CEO Andy Hornby may end up with £2m worth of shares in the new business, but for thousands of employees they will be left without a job. Unfortunately it is too late to take out protection insurance once something happens and people need to have cover in place to make sure they can ride out any sudden and unexpected changes to their personal circumstances."
The irony is that Lloyds TSB and HBOS are among some of the worst offenders when it comes to overcharging customers for PPI. Having spent years profiting from these over priced policies, they are now going to make tens of thousands of staff redundant to boost the profitability of the new organisation.
Burgess commented: "As ever, it's the average employee who will suffer. In the past many people have been put off PPI because of the high premiums charged. However it is so important people realise that they can protect themselves at affordable rates so they can create a financial safety net for themselves and their families."
Cheltenham and Gloucester, the mortgage lender owned by Lloyds TSB, offers MPPI at a rate of £7.70 per £100 of cover, while Halifax charges £5.94. When British Insurance can offer the insurance for £2.40 per £100, Burgess said this clearly showed how badly they were overcharging.
"We need to show consumers that the only people always getting a little bit extra are the high street banks that over charge for their policies," said Burgess.