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We're pretty much all brought up with the understanding that lying is bad, but in spite of all the training we've received over the years, most of us still tell at least one lie per day and some of us lie like rugs. In a study conducted by researcher Robert Feldman of the University of Massachussets, test subjects couldn't talk for ten minutes without lying. Lying is an innately human trait and it starts at a very young age. It's easy to understand why lying is bad, but is it a sin? Contrary to what we've all been taught, not all lies are sinful. Join Ken and Beth as they determine what kinds of lies are sinful and what kinds of lies are righteous. Call in to speak with the hosts at 347) 215-9971, join our online chat room, or just listen to the audio stream. This show promises to be a good one, and that's no lie! 9:30PM PDT
Calling someone a liar is a serious accusation. This is why, aside from the unwritten contract allowing for mutual prevarication, politicians are so reluctant to do it. And not just anyone is a liar. Legend has it that our first president said, "I cannot tell a lie," but, being only human, G.W. no doubt could and certainly did, at some point. A liar, however, is someone who lives and breathes the lie; someone who specializes in the art of artifice; someone to whom lying is his first recourse, not his last. Such a man is Barack Obama.
On July 5, Fox News ran a piece documenting the "fresh scrutiny" Barack Obama has faced since the June publication of David Maraniss's new book, Barack Obama: The Story.
"By some counts," Fox's James Rosen reported, "The Story presents more than three-dozen instances of material discrepancy where [Dreams from My Father] fails to align with the facts as Maraniss reports them." Although Rosen tried to determine whether Obama was justified in prevaricating as he did in his 1995 memoir, he did not assess the real cost of that prevarication. Neither did those he interviewed.
Boston Community | an imperative tool in the global financial markets, prevarication is used in every asset class to alleviate losses. This can be used by anyone, whether it is an individual or corporates, to overawe the undesirable effect of price instability. Axis Capital Group Limited, a group of companies based in London who also offer also offer Foreign Exchange Trading will make you understand how importers and exporters could use a forex hedge to minimize losses.
On behalf of the corporates in which the business activity is reliant on import and export of commodities, there is an automatic contact to foreign exchange and, henceforth, the need for evading is higher. In the present setting, in the meantime the world markets are interlinked; they ultimately disturb and influence the movement of currencies.
Hedging, in any asset class, is in the long run a strategy to drop or handover risk in order to guard one's portfolio or business from hesitation in prices. In an instance of hedging in the foreign exchange market, a member who is entering a trade with the aim of defending the existing position from an unforeseen currency move is believed to have formed a forex hedge.
A participant, who is long in a foreign currency pair with the help of a forex hedge, may guard himself from the disadvantage risk. Then again, a hedger who is short on a foreign currency pair will guard his existing position from the positive risk.
The strategy to generate a hedge would rely on the following parameters: (1) risk component (2) risk tolerance and (3) to plan and execute the strategy.
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