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Open Call for a Classic American Identity Assignment.

  An adventuresome opportunity for a homesteading act and act(or|ess).  In America, we have various notable cultural figures, of our nation’s founding, whom establish our fundamental values, ignite our imaginations in the stories and folklore of our youth in public schools, and they hold fast, as intrinsic imprints upon our nurturing environment and developing mind. Despite technological advances, these figures hold steadfast in our national traditions - they lived the American Dream to a bold and new extent - flexing our country’s spirit of the freedom to be who we choose to be. We hold these values near to our hearts as formative traits of who we could, or might be.  This persona and lifestyle assignment is for a suitable candidate of upright composure and proper etiquette in personal representation and professional attitudes. A spirit for entrepreneurialism, for the challenge of facing constant failure in observing quick and sustainable gains - for the sake of going against the grai

Faults of Character in Investments: the Personae.

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 In investing, particularly for the generally uninformed and dilettante sorts;  various types of flaws of character come to the foray; particularly if one could be seen to be faulty in character. This subject applies to us, succinctly, for that we could (or might) care to try our hand at investing at our age (I'm gearing my content, in this case, to the post-college aged-ish through millennial demographic). Like my target demographic, I am somewhat the speculative investor: new to forex trading, which can move fast, due to the volatility of foreign and global currency markets, (some, and at times, as well - of various means and meanings of times, at that),  given the increased leverage on margin which is afforded to the investor in forex. As such, that the forex markets seem to be a compelling platform for establishing a trading hobby, as a slight towards for a cottage industry professionalism, that things could aught be, given forex trading as the subject, it would be more fruitfu