Monthly Archive: June 2016

Can You Make Money In The Foreign Exchange Market, From The Comfort Of Your Home And With A Minimum Investment ?

The Foreign Exchange Market, also known as Forex, is considered the largest financial market in the world, and has become an excellent business opportunity. You may enter this business and start trading online simply by opening an account, so the foreign exchange market is considered free, open and general. While this is not yet widespread, opportunities abound for anyone, and there are no restrictions currently prevailing on the market in the past. As is known, before the currency market was confined to large enterprises, financial institutions and individuals a lot of money. Fortunately, this has changed thanks to the growth of the Internet, which has made it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world can access the Forex and make money. It is well known and quite obvious that in most countries, over 80% of the money and power are concentrated in the hands of only 20% of the population. In this way, 20% of the participants represent 80% of the results of the entire nation. Your participation and strategy to operate within the Forex gives you the opportunity to be part of that select 20%.

Foreign Exchange Market is now accessible to small investors and beginners. That is, people who are interested in such activities, may operate in this market very easily. Another important development worth highlighting is that already available commercial applications (software) that allow our investments in the Forex are controlled fully automatically. These type of application often called “Autotrader” can very easily installed on any PC and process signals in real time alert, along with operating algorithms based on historical data to track the market performance. Fortunately, thanks to these new systems of automatic investment is no longer required that you be permanently slope of the different movements of the market, whether to buy or sell, because these systems work for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. And all this from your own home and with minimal cash investment.

Data Protection Act

A few days ago I had an interesting conversation with Eric, an expert in the Data Protection Act. We discussed the most common arguments used by “business savvy” in order to get a client to accept an adjustment of their treatment of personal data. After the conversation a question was “hit in the head.” Is it worth it?. In my years on the Law deeper reasoning I have known each more surprising: Penalties: Using the fear that customers can be fined up to 600,000 . Though it is true, this is one of the more vague arguments I have heard and also the most used. Inspections: Make believe that the AEPD is sending inspectors by companies becoming more common and as random can be visited soon and do not comply with the Data Protection Act will be fined.

As far as I know, the only acting AEPD office to check the degree of compliance of a particular business sector or on complaint by an affected. Company authorized and certificates: sold as a company approved by the AEPD own and issue certificates of appropriateness. The AEPD is not a certifying body approved nor and so far has not reached official certificates with any private entity or individual. Nor does it require the approved title for the provision of advice on data protection. These certificates have no value, nor for anything by the AEPD. Hopefully this will change in the near future, but right now anyone could make an adjustment to the Data Protection Act and is the responsibility of customers to choose a professional in the field.

The New Times – As “live” Business In The Office

The essential changes in the "new world" of work. As "live" in the Office. New concepts of quality of life for new generations to the business needs. Services and office rent lofts with services 7 x 24; Services 7 x 24. As "live" at or near the office. New Times, New Work, New Ways of Doing and Living.

The workplace has always been in transition. This has always been a reality and the "new times" the changes to be undertaken will be much more processors. Almost nothing is going to be like before the crisis. We are moving towards a model of relationship-employed contractor with no ties. Business will adopt new patterns of employment, flexible models, customized virtual and / or renting offices and equipment for a period of time. The current talent management based primarily on, schedules, physical presence in the workplace, traditional social benefits and large structures of permanent employees will be a thing of the past. The new implement model requires adaptation to new times and professional demands.

The company is in continuous transformation. The current "working" part of a more specific training, are new requirements, more freedom, more flexibility, even giving salary raises in exchange for other benefits and opportunities for teleworking, or convert one of the Lofts (spaces or offices within a industrial area) in an apartment to be closer to work and have more flexibility. Spain five most developed countries in Europe, is the least flexible to take on these changes. Faced with 52% of workers who would be willing to experience these changes in Spain, we spent 70% than it is in the rest of Europe.