Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

5 cheap and chick dating ideas for teenagers.

Who says you have to be rich to plan a perfect night out with your sweetie? The next time you're feeling romantic, pick from one of these cheap and fun date ideas. You'll only need a little bit of cash (and maybe a little bit of love) to have a great time.

1. Make Dinner Together

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If you've got time, start this date out at the grocery store. Pick up dinner fixings, then go back to one of your houses to prepare and eat. Spending time in the kitchen together is a great way to get to know each other - and if the dinner actually turns out good, that's just icing on the cake. Plus, if your parents are home, this is a slick way of showing them what a good, wholesome couple you are.

2. Go for a Bike Ride

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Biking's a cheap, fun way to get your adrenaline pumping, and it's great for shy people because there's no pressure to talk the whole time. Pick a pretty route along a lake or hiking path, or just a quiet residential area by you. Plan it so you end up at an ice cream shop or lunch spot so you can cool off and chat a little.

3. Sing Karaoke

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Once you've done karaoke in front of someone, there's really nothing left to hide. Check to see if there are any karaoke nights in your city that allow teens. If there aren't, pick up a copy of Karaoke Revolution American Idol - it'll set you back less than 30 bucks (including microphones).

4. Check Out a Weird Museum

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Sure, every town has an art museum - but where's the fun in that? Oddball museums are way more likely to kick-start a conversation. Plus, lots of museums offer free admission on certain weekdays. Check your city guide to see if there's anything fun in your area, like:

5. Go Bowling

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Bowling's an underrated sport. You can do it in all kinds of weather, you don't have to be all that athletic, you barely sweat and if you show up late enough on weekends, there are colored lights and kitschy music. (Plus, how funky are those shoes?) And if you're terrible at bowling, the ego boost you'll give your date will just make them like you more.

Investing and Economic Indicators.

Investing and
Economic Indicators

As an investor it is important to understand how economic indicators can impact financial markets, investing and ultimately the value of your investments.

The key to your success will be looking at these economic indicators, extracting what you need to make the right investment decisions.

Investing and Economic Indicators

Economic Indicators are key statistics that show where the economy is headed by monitoring inflation.

The reason why inflation is of paramount importance is based on the fact that it highly influences the level of interest rates.

Stability within the economy is maintained as long as inflation is kept under control. Rising inflation reflects rising prices caused by demand and exceeding supply.

In other words, the increase in prices of goods and services would erode the purchasing power of the money you make, on the assumption that the money you earn does not increase in line with inflation.

To put it simply, Governments use economic indicators as tools to ensure stability within the economy.

Consequently the individual indicators of inflation like the consumer price index; unemployment and gross domestic product cannot be directly manipulated; therefore to slow down (or speed up) the rate of growth in prices (inflation), interest rates are used.

Interest rates determine the willingness and ability of individuals and businesses to borrow money and make investments. Changes in economic activity, when triggered by changes in interest rates, can fuel an expansion or cause a downturn in the economy.

For companies, higher interest rates often mean lower profits. If interest rates rise, companies have to pay more, to borrow the money they require to fund growth of their company.

Eventually, this translates into higher prices for their goods and, often, lower sales. Especially if customers are buying on credit and have to pay higher interest rates for them to borrow. Potential customers may decide they cannot afford to buy products as the cost of credit is high.

The eventual decline in company sales and earnings is something investors anticipate as soon as rates go up. The result is that stock prices go down before the effects of the increased interest rates are actually felt on the company's bottom line.

Conversely, when interest rates fall, company borrowing costs are lower, so their profits on the same level of sales will be higher.

Therefore, customers who buy on credit are more comfortable buying if they are paying lower rates, so they buy more.

This creates higher sales, which will lead to increased company profits. Eventually higher profits will lead to an increase in stock prices.

More often than not, the above situation creates an environment where investors are typically ready to pay higher prices as soon as the Central Bank intervene to cut interest rates in the anticipation of the cycle of increased profits.

As an investor it is important to remember that the price of your stock will change throughout its lifetime because the price you actually obtain will be determined by current market conditions . and more importantly interest rate fluctuations. This will also determine the capital you will gain or lose.

So when next time you hear about economic indicators, always remember how they will affect the value of your stocks and whether you would need to re-evaluate your positions.  


Friendship . . .

. . . is you.

. . . is love.

. . . is shared.

. . . is forgiving.

. . . is understanding.

. . . is shared secrets.

. . . heals many hurts.

. . . is not judgmental.

. . . is shared laughter.

. . . is slow and steady.

. . . can be angry at times.

. . . is dependable and true.

. . . is more precious than silver or gold.

. . . is meant to be savored like fine wine.

. . . is not perfect, much like we are not perfect.

. . . does not hold grudges or demand perfection.

. . . makes all the wrong things in life, right somehow.

. . . is meant to be gulped like lemonade on a hot summer day.

. . . is always there, through times of trial, happy times and hard times.

. . . just happens, but once discovered, needs to be tended like a beautiful garden.

. . . is a road to be traveled slowly, remembering the sights and sounds.

. . . is strength when you are too weak to notice its there.

. . . is a cherished moment of mutual understanding.

. . . reaches into your heart and grabs a firm hold.

. . . is a refreshing rain on a hot day.

. . . is sunshine through the clouds.

. . . cannot be forced or induced.

. . . is relaxed and comfortable.

. . . is a shoulder to lean on.

. . . is an ear to whine to.

. . . gets better with age.

. . . is shared tears.

. . . is shared pain.

. . . is shared joy.

. . . is shared.

. . . is love.

. . . is you.

Sunday, August 28, 2011


List of Upcoming IPO's, Current IPO's and Recently Closed IPO's in India
Issuer Company Issue Open Issue Close Offer Price
Issue Size
(Crore Rs.)
Aug 24, 2011 Aug 26, 2011 256/- to 261/- IPO-BB 227.00
Aug 23, 2011 Aug 26, 2011 58/- to 65/- IPO-BB 203.00 - 227.50
Aug 16, 2011 Aug 18, 2011 90/- to 100/- IPO-BB 63.00
Aug 10, 2011 Aug 12, 2011 135/- to 153/- IPO-BB 113.83
Jul 27, 2011 Jul 29, 2011 51/- to 59/- IPO-BB 1,245.00
Jul 20, 2011 Jul 22, 2011 100/- to 117/- IPO-BB 81.90
Jul 11, 2011 Jul 14, 2011 75/- to 82/- IPO-BB 55.10
Jun 27, 2011 Jun 29, 2011 90/- to 108/- IPO-BB 34.75
Jun 20, 2011 Jun 23, 2011 63/- to 72/- IPO-BB 40.64
Jun 20, 2011 Jun 23, 2011 10/- to 11/- IPO-BB 65.18
May 30, 2011 Jun 02, 2011 36/- to 40/- IPO-BB 25.75
May 30, 2011 Jun 02, 2011 54/- to 63/- IPO-BB 23.25
May 13, 2011 May 19, 2011 325/- to 340/- IPO-BB 0.00
May 10, 2011 May 13, 2011 193/- to 203/- FPO-BB 4,578.20
May 09, 2011 May 12, 2011 228/- to 240/- IPO-BB 117.00
May 04, 2011 May 09, 2011 80/- to 85/- IPO-BB 36.90
Apr 29, 2011 May 03, 2011 45/- to 49/- IPO-BB 45.00 - 49.00