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Setting objectives when investing

January 30, 2011 Leave a comment

What’s your goal when investing? buy a home, pay for college, provide a nest egg for the future? based on these answers, you can set a direction for your time and money that should keep the money invested as well.

The longer you have to reach your goal, the greater the risk, the longer the period, the less need for liquidity (liquidity is how quickly an investment can be converted into cash, that is, the higher the liquidity, the faster to convert the cash investment)

What are the risks? The risks depend heavily on the concept that each has about the same. But in general, not worry with all the fluctuations in the prices of investments. If you are more prepared for these fluctuations, invest in stocks as riskier equities.

How to make your money grow? The power that has the interest on your investments will make your money grow without any effort on your part, unless the saving. This situation favors and more countries with high interest rates, like Brazil. Not only the amount you invest that makes a difference, but also the frequency at which you apply the money.

Save your money to invest in something, it means open hand to present a spending spent more in the future, to have this attitude, you can win a battle, showing that their goal is achieved despite the obstacles.

Good start for all investment !

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Hello world!

January 20, 2011 1 comment

Hello, as well as the entire first program we do, this initial post has the same goal.

To begin, you must learn the logic, so they can learn a language.

We will not stick to any language now, so I will get a brief explanation of what we do to understand a program.

First, understand the language they’re seeing.
Second, you must follow the sequence correctly, because any misstep you miss the whole program.
Third, when you are in an early tip is to make the flow chart explaining all the flow you are following.

A sample program written in C:

# Include “stdio.h”                              / / include the library
# Include “conio.h”                            / / include the library

void main ()                                         / / main function where the program starts
{
clrscr ()                                                / / Clears the screen
printf (“Hello World! “)                  / / Display message on screen
}

To start and open the blog is just that.

Good luck to us all!

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