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How to Choose a Trading Style

Find a style that speaks to you and your risk strategy

(SALEM, Ore.) - computer If you've been looking for a quick and exciting way to make some money in the stock markets, then it's hard to go wrong with day trading. Day trading is the process of selling and buying instruments like currencies, options, and stocks within the same 24-hour period.

The aim with day trading is to make a money from small differences between the price you buy at, and the price you decide to leave a position at.

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Two Senate Bills Aim to Curtail Oregon`s Cannabis Surplus

The current administration has been somewhat hostile toward any moves to legalize the cannabis trade.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis ad For farmers and lawmakers in Oregon, too much cannabis turns out to be a problem. However, two bills in the state Senate aim to curtail the surplus – though in slightly different ways.

The recently passed Senate Bill 582 seeks to open a legal path for exporting marijuana while Bill 218 would give more authority to state regulators when determining the criteria for licensing.

Read Full Article (Jul-11-2019 23:47)

US Stocks Hit a Bump in the Road

Traders are now not as certain that the Fed will reduce rates when they meet in July.

(SALEM, Ore.) - stocks fall US stocks surged during the first week of July with the Dow and S&P 500 hitting fresh all-time highs. Stocks were buoyed as traders forecast that the Federal Reserve would decrease interest rates 2-times in 2019.

On Friday, July 5th, the day after the US Independence Day, a fly was added to the ointment. This came in the form of the US payroll report which showed that the number of jobs created in June was more than expected.

Read Full Article (Jul-11-2019 00:44)

Portenoy Profits from Testifying in Pharma Lawsuits

Portenoy once said that opioids needed to be denationalized with virtually no concern about their addiction and abuse calling it a “medical myth.”

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - I determined that Russell Portenoy, MD was going to be an "expert" testifying for states suing the pharmaceutical industry.

Some of those pharmaceutical companies are Purdue Pharma, Johnson & Johnson, Endo, Teva, Janssen -- the same pharmas promoting the use of opioids while minimizing the dangers and addictive qualities of the drugs -- with the encouragement of Dr. Portenoy.

Read Full Article (Jul-09-2019 00:11)

Important Things to Know Before Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbers should understand that their natural ability will only go so far.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Kilimanjaro Mt. Kilimanjaro is a mountain range that is the subject of adventure, myth and legend. This mountain range is located in Tanzania. The mountain is one the most popular in the world, it has been climbed by various individuals, groups, thrill seekers and adventurers for over 100 years.

Kilimanjaro sits 5,895 feet above sea level and the first people to climb this range were Hans Meyer and Ludwig Purtscheller, in 1889.

Read Full Article (Jul-08-2019 22:26)

5 Steps for Making a Legally Valid Will

Writing your own will is not a difficult task, just begin.

(SALEM, Ore.) - write a will There are more misconceptions about wills than just about any other personal finance topic. The good news is that it's pretty easy to write your own will with a few downloaded forms and a short guidebook.

In the case of a standard will the process is fairly simple. No matter how old you are, what your employment status is, whether you're married or single, or what your net worth is, you can create a binding, legally valid will in under an hour.

Read Full Article (Jul-08-2019 20:21)

Oregon Sees More Newcomers Than Any Other State

This population growth helps fuel the Oregon economy.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Portland Oregon A recent report from the Oregon Employment Department found that more people are moving to Oregon than are leaving. The difference between people moving in and out is called the “in-migration” number.

On average, nearly 40,000 residents from California relocate to the state, compared to the 20,000 Oregonians that headed to California, creating a net gain of 20,000 people from a single state.

Read Full Article (Jun-29-2019 01:05)

Bank of America Pulls Out of Private Prisons

Profit incentives lose importance when the public interest of safety and rehabilitation is at risk.

(SALEM, Ore.) - sentencing project Bank of America, the second-biggest U.S. bank, just announced they will stop financing private prisons and immigrant detention centers. Grassroots activists are lauding these actions as the success they've been working years to achieve.

"This announcement is a huge victory in the fight towards ending mass incarceration and detention of Black and brown people across the United States," said the Daily KOS.

Read Full Article (Jun-28-2019 14:58)

Is Trump Above the Law?

It is a long shot that the Democrats will win a majority in the Senate in 2020.

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - Putin Trump Although the Supreme Court in Clinton v. Jones ruled a sitting president is not above the law, I'm not so sure this is true in fact in the case of President Donald Trump.

Normally the U.S. Constitution’s checks and balances would rein in a rogue president like Trump. But presently we have a U.S. Senate controlled by Trump-enabling Republicans and a Supreme Court packed by a Republican-controlled Senate.

Read Full Article (Jun-27-2019 15:32)

Shame and Blame As Oregon Climate Bill Collapses

The runaway Senators are also preventing the Senate from attending to important issues, like the state budget.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon Capitol The Oregon Senate found itself at the center of national and international news on Thursday June 25th, as a landmark climate bill failed to pass during farcical scenes, and blame was passed everywhere by the furious senators who attempted to pass the bill.

Eleven Republican senators walked out of the Senate, thus denying their Democratic colleagues the chance to vote on the issue.

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