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Answered on 15/10/2017 Functional Training/Content Writing

Shampa Basu

Online Content Writing Trainer

Yes definitely. I have myself been in the field for more than 10 years and have extensive experience in the same. I am offering an online training in content writing. The fees will be 5000 INR (can be paid one-time or installments) for a 10 day course. You will learn everything about content writing.... read more
Yes definitely. I have myself been in the field for more than 10 years and have extensive experience in the same. I am offering an online training in content writing. The fees will be 5000 INR (can be paid one-time or installments) for a 10 day course. You will learn everything about content writing. I will also connect you to reliable clients for freelance/full-time work. Please msg me for more details. read less
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Answered on 18/08/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Business English Functional Training/Content Writing

Hello, im preparing for civil services where i need to write the very large content in 200 words so... read more
Hello, im preparing for civil services where i need to write the very large content in 200 words so i am looking for some course in english. which one is good for me? read less

Krishna A.

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Answered on 30/06/2017 Functional Training/Content Writing

Ravi Shankar Kumar

Teacher, Trainer & Career Coach

HI Ben, Content Writing is a very good job. You can take projects as per your skills from across the globe. It's a good job with high demand for good content writers. Thanks, Ravi.
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Technical Writing And Its Growth.

Winprotech

Winprotech IT Solutions India Pvt. Ltd is a leading training solutions provider, delivering customized...

Technical writing is practical writing that people do as the part of their job because it is practical. “Technical writing aims to get work done to change people by changing the way they do things”. Writing that gets work done is a key part of all professional occupations. The most critical... read more

Technical writing is practical writing that people do as the part of their job because it is practical. “Technical writing aims to get work done to change people by changing the way they do things”. Writing that gets work done is a key part of all professional occupations.

The most critical skills required in today’s business world is the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing. Effective communication has a direct impact on one’s potential within an organization.

Eligibility:

Graduation or Post Graduation in any stream

 Current Scenario:

  • Huge demand in national & international market.
  • Limited supply.
  • More than 20-25% job ads are for writers /communicators.
  • Countless Freelance / Part time opportunities.
  • Not many are aware of these opportunities.
  • No Indian University is offering course in Technical Communication.
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Lesson Posted on 22/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Language/Spoken English Functional Training/Content Writing

Correct Usage of Preposition

Mohammed

Practical Grammar Lesson 1:Preposition Usage, Time and Place. What is a preposition?A group of words used with nouns and verbs and other words to form a prepositional phrase. A preposition always comes before nouns, but many... read more

Practical Grammar Lesson 1:

Preposition Usage, Time and Place.
                                                                              
What is a preposition?

A group of words used with nouns and verbs and other words to form a prepositional phrase. A preposition always comes before nouns, but many writers have been writing the prepositions at the end of the sentences. e.g. who are you waiting for?

She left New York on Sunday. (She left for New York means She is travelling to New York.)

I want to take this book home for a day.                                                     

Some other Prepositions are above, along, to, from, between, before, into, of, since, etc.
Preposition + Noun (Month, Day, Year, Time etc.)      

On 27 April.                     On Friday morning.

On Thursday                   In winter                                               

On his  Birthday            At 12.45 p.m.                                

On Mothers day             At the end of the day/meeting.

In 1985                               At  Christmas (but on Christmas day)                                

In January/Summer    In the morning/Evening               

On 10 July                         At night

At the weekend               On Sunday night
Preposition   in Sentences

She got up at 10 O’ Clock this morning

My dad likes getting up early in the morning.

Where was your family on 26 January?

Will you be at home this evening?

I  am going to the office, I will be back in an hour.

Did you go out on Sunday?

Did you see my friend Clara on Wednesday evening?

Bye  Mary, see you on Monday.

They went to Berlin last summer.

I can’t go to the meeting on  Sunday.

Sorry, Bill is not in the office at the moment.

Do you often go out in the evening/at the weekend?

Let’s all meet at  8 O’ clock tomorrow evening.

We often go to Sydney in summer.

I got married in February/ in 1988

Clara’s  birthday is in  February.

They often go away at the weekend.

I am starting my new business on 8 January.

I will send you the file at the end of this month.

Do you work on  Sundays/at the weekends?

The School was started  in 1979

I often go out at night.

My dad always feels tired in the evening.

She is  leaving for Texas on  Sunday

I am leaving next Monday. (No preposition)

Will you be at home this evening?

Shall we play (game) next Sunday? (No preposition)

What are you doing at the weekend? Staying indoor or outdoor.

I  phone/call Mary every Sunday. (No Preposition)

Joe  was born in  1901.

End of the Lesson.

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Lesson Posted on 22/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Language/Spoken English Functional Training/Content Writing

Basics of Sentences Making -1

Mohammed

Basics of Sentences making -1:We express our thoughts, desires, necessities, requirements, feelings to others through, gestures (smile), sounds (Oh), words (Yes/No), sentences (Thank you very much), Questions (What are you doing?) etc. A sentence is a group of words made by a speaker to say something... read more

Basics of  Sentences making -1:

We express our thoughts, desires, necessities, requirements, feelings to others through, gestures (smile), sounds (Oh), words (Yes/No), sentences (Thank you very much), Questions (What are you doing?) etc.

 A sentence is a group of words made by a speaker to say something to others.

When we speak a sentence, we should have a subject to speak about and we should also tell something about the subject. In other words, we do two things when we make a sentence.

1.We say the name of a person or place or thing. The name of the person place or thing is called the subject.
Jack is an expert swimmer.
The weather is fine.
The Siberia is the Coldest place on the Earth.
2. We say/speak something about the person or thing. The part of the sentence that gives some information about the person, place or thing is called predicate.
The Thing refers to anything
Jack is an expert swimmer.
The weather is fine.
The Siberia is the coldest place on the earth.
Generally, the subject comes at the beginning of the sentence (before predicate), but sometimes it may come after predicate.
Here comes Shane.

The Subject can be a Noun, Noun Phrase, Pronoun, Abstract noun, common noun, Adjective, Actions, Interrogative pronoun etc.

Noun ( cat,  man,  chair etc.)
e.g.  A cat is a small animal.
A cat is sitting on the fence.

Noun phrases  Is  a group of words  ( A cat on the wall, A man on the street,  The chair at the end of the row etc.) e.g.  A cat on the wall is ready to jump
 
NOTE: A noun phrase might contain several interconnected words (e.g. a cat on the wall). A noun phrase should be considered a single word unit when making sentences. In the above examples  (Noun and Noun Phrase) the subject in both the sentences takes the verb is.

Pronoun (Personal): I, we, you, they, he, she and it
e.g. I am a student.
     We are Indians.

Proper noun ( New York, Indian ocean, Alex, President  Obama etc.)
e.g. New York is a Big city.

Abstract noun ( Intelligence, Virtue etc.)
e.g. Intelligence is the human trait.

Common noun ( Sea, lake, peak, animal, uncle, etc.)
e.g. Animals are not human.

Adjective (The rich, the poor, Cold etc.)
e.g. Obesity is a disease. (Rich = rich people).

Actions (Swimming, watching, wrestling etc.)
e.g. Swimming is a good exercise.

Interrogative pronoun  e.g.  What, Which, who whom whose.
e.g. What is your name?
Where do you live?
 
There are some sentences that don’t require subject at all. Look at the following sentences:

1. When someone does a favour to you, say
Thank you very much.
Thanks
That’s very kind of you.
Thanks a lot.

2. When you require someone’s help, ask
Could you please hold this for some time?
Would you please mind moving a little bit?
Please help me, lift this bag.

3. When you want to interrupt someone’s talk/ privacy say
Excuse me Or May I?

4. When you didn’t hear something, say
Pardon me/excuse me / could you please repeat that/sorry.

5. When you cause harm to others unintentionally.
I am sorry, I am extremely sorry, sorry for, Sorry I didn’t.

6. Appreciating someone. That’s it, fantastic, marvellous, well-done etc.

7. When you are introduced to someone for the first time, say
Hello, glad/pleased/happy, to meet you.

8. When some asked for information and you don’t know that, say
Sorry, Sorry I don’t know, Sorry I am not aware of this/that.

9. Wishing/Greeting people or Taking leave                                                            
12.01 a.m. Up to 11.59.a.m. Good morning
Exactly at 12.00 noon: Good noon
12.00 noon to 4.00 p.m.: Good afternoon
4.00 till 12.00 midnight: Good evening
After 12.00 midnight: Good morning
Goodbye./Goodnight./See you/see you soon.

10. Parting with someone.
Day time: Say good day, see you/see you soon, bye etc.
Evening: Say goodnight/ bye/see you (up to 11.59 p.m.)
Good day/night is same as saying bye.

11. Issuing commands/orders (Imperative sentences).
e.g. Don’t move.
Sit down etc.
In imperative sentences, the subject is left out.
Imperative sentences are command/order  type sentences e.g. don’t shout
Don’t shout (= you don’t shout) the subject you is left out.
Sometimes tag question is added at the end, ‘don’t shout,  will you?’

12. Good wishes on someone’s
Birthday – Happy grand day, congratulation
New year  – Wish you a very happy/prosperous new year
Marriage  – Wish you a very happy married life/congratulation
Achievement – Well done/excellent/marvellous + congratulation  + firm handshake.
There are some sentences that require dummy subjects  in the sentence structure – We shall see this in future posts.
It and there are the two dummy subjects used in English
e.g. It is impossible to bend a tree.
There is no alternative to hard work.

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Lesson Posted on 22/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Functional Training/Content Writing Language/Spoken English

Basics of Sentences Making - 2

Mohammed

Lesson 3 Basics of Sentence Making 2 What is a Verb? Verb is an important word in a sentence, a word that expresses an action e.g. eat, see, walk etc., is called Action verb. A Word that describes state/condition e.g. am, is are etc. (of the someone or something) is called Being verb. In this Post... read more

Lesson 3

Basics of Sentence Making 2

What is a Verb?

Verb is an important word in a sentence, a word that expresses an action e.g. eat, see, walk etc., is called Action verb. A Word that describes  state/condition e.g. am, is are etc. (of the someone or something) is called Being verb.  In this Post  we are going to discuss sentences making with the being verbs.

Look at the following sentences:

Bill is a student. (Bill = subject,  is = verb)

Shane and Clara are friends. (Shane and Clara = subject, are = verb)

The old building is a museum. (The old building = subject, is = verb)

These four books are novels. (These four books = subject, are = verb)

The climate of Alaska is very cool. (The climate of Alaska = subject, is = verb)

am 25 years old. (I = Subject, am = verb)

The animals are hungry. (The animals = subject,  are = verb)

Have you noted some subjects take the verb is, some subjects take the verb are and one subject takes the verb am. In other words every subject should  take a proper verb form.

In our day to day life we talk about  hundreds of things people events etc. (subjects) let’s see some of them.

Weather, Politics, Price-rise, Stocks, Meeting, Movie actors, Friends, Nation, Corruption, Crime, College, Professor, Pain, Shopping, Recreation, Marriage, Food, Child, Pilot, Convention, Headache, Doctor  and the list is endless. Now the question arises, are there millions of corresponding (matching) verbs too? (Verbs that agree with the subjects)  the answer is No,  we have very limited number of verb forms.  Now  another question arises how to use these limited verb forms with the unlimited subjects we use in our sentences (in our day to day life?)  To avoid this confusion the subject of  a  sentence is mentally converted into its pronoun form (called Subject-pronoun).

What is a Pronoun?                                                                                 

Pronoun is a word used in the place of a noun.

Jim is a teacher (Jim is a noun) .

e.g. He is a teacher (he is a pronoun of Jim)

Sky is blue. (sky, is a noun).

e.g. It is blue (It  is a pronoun of the Sky)

As we discussed earlier that a subject of a sentence can be a nouna noun phrase, a proper noun, a common noun,  a collective noun, an abstract noun, an adjective, Action words, etc. Beginners would find it very difficult to find the matching verbs  for  the above mentioned noun forms, it would  be easier to find the matching verb for a particular subject (in  a sentence) if the subject is in the form of a pronoun. (The above mentioned Nouns forms are converted into their corresponding Pronouns Mentally), this method would help to construct a sentence easily

Conversion of subject  to subject-pronoun

SUBJECT

Shane

Father

Mother

Teacher

President

Manager

Customer

Brother

Shop Asst.

Driver

Friend

Students

Machine

Animal

Obesity

PRONOUN

She

He

She

He/she

He/she

He/she

He/she

He

He/she

He/she

He/she

They

It

It

It

SUBJECT

Jack

Pain

Thought

Crowd

Team

Nation

Herd

Audience

Water

Tea

House

Shops

Chairs

Meeting

Health

PRONOUN

he

It

It

It

It

It

It

It

It

It

It

They

They

It

It

Subject Pronouns Table – (For Sentence Making):

Person             Singular           Plural 

First                     I                        we

Second              you                  you

Third                He/she/it        They 

NOTE 1:

Concept Of The First Second And Third  Person

Knowing the Concept of the first, second and third person is important in making  sentences.

First  person refers to the person who speaks (to someone), the Second person is the listener. Third person refers to the person or  thing, that the first and second person  talk about. The term ‘person’ includes non-living things, abstract things (e.g. humanity, publicity) animals, etc.

NOTE 2:

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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Functional Training/Content Writing +2 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Technical Analysis Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Fundamental Analysis less

Trading Psychology

Ignatius

I am the founder of TakeStock Research, setup in 2014 in Bangalore to provide business support services...

How often have we come across traders who have encountered losses after having entered into trades which were extremely profitable or traders who shy away from initiating or delay in placing trades even though the market indicators are suggesting so? How often have traders been very successful while... read more

How often have we come across traders who have encountered losses after having entered into trades which were extremely profitable or traders who shy away from initiating or delay in placing trades even though the market indicators are suggesting so? How often have traders been very successful while trading demo accounts and performed quite the contrary while trading real- time accounts? How many times have we heard stories of traders who have wiped their trading accounts clean because they failed to cut losses?

All these questions lead to a larger debate; the characteristics and the role of trading psychology leading to a successful trader.

Trading psychology refers to a trader’s behavior or perception when actively trading the financial markets; A trader can either follow a set trading plan, irrespective of market conditions and external factors, which could ultimately lead to a high ratio of profitable trades and cutting losses short OR indecisive actions leading to trades not being initiated and profitable trades resulting in losses.

The attributes to successful trading is the ability in displaying the right psychology, keeping emotions in check as far as possible and following a pre- determined trading plan and not worry about the outcome in the near- term.

Traders ought to be open to new ideas and innovative thinking, even if they have developed successful trading systems, they should connect with other traders and exchange views which could be mutually beneficial.  

Trading behavior is not limited to beginners, as even experienced traders often deviate from their set trading beliefs, resulting in their downfall at some point in time. The primary reason traders find it difficult to change their behavior could be the result of extreme or over confidence in their abilities or the lack of it, impatient in exiting a trade, while others could be governed by emotions such as greed and fear. The very few who make it are the ones who keep their emotions in check, follow the trading curve, day in and day out and are not affected by the factors mentioned earlier.

Trading in the financial markets is never easy and traders, both fresh and experienced will vouch for it. Trading is a skill and only those traders who are well prepared with a plan and go that extra mile in implementing them will be successful. 

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Forex for beginners

Ignatius

I am the founder of TakeStock Research, setup in 2014 in Bangalore to provide business support services...

What is forex?Forex or foreign exchange is changing one currency for another at the prevailing exchange rate.A simple foreign exchange transaction normally takes place when we travel to another country where the national currency is different from the home currency.Ex- If you’re living in Germany,... read more

What is forex?
Forex or foreign exchange is changing one currency for another at the prevailing exchange rate.
A simple foreign exchange transaction normally takes place when we travel to another country where the national currency is different from the home currency.
Ex- If you’re living in Germany, your income would generally be in EURO’s. Suppose you travel to France where the national currency of the country is also the EURO, the necessity of foreign exchange does not arise. But if you travel to Japan, you would need to exchange your EUROS to YEN to pay for your travel, leisure, food and shelter, which is a straightforward foreign exchange transaction.
The foreign exchange markets or forex markets are the largest financial markets in the world with the daily turnover exceeding USD 4 trillion

Where are they traded?
Forex trading takes place over a massive network of global telephone lines and electronic communication networks (ECN), 24 hours a day, 5days a week.
In put it differently, they are de- centralized markets with no centralized trading floor as all forex trading is bilateral in nature. All trades are carried out ‘over the counter’ through broker- dealer networks.

Who are the market participants?
Central banks, commercial and investment banks, non- banking forex companies, fund managers, corporations, hedge funds, money transfer/ remittance companies, traders, arbitragers, and individual investors.

What are the other forex instruments traded ‘over the counter’?
Besides spot forex, the other forex instruments traded ‘over the counter’ are

Forex forwards-
Are bilateral contracts to buy or sell a predetermined amount of foreign currency, at a predetermined exchange rate before a predetermined time in future.

Forex swaps-
Are combinations of spot and forward transactions. It comprises of the purchase and sale of two currencies at two different dates; one of them being the spot date and the other a forward date.

How are they different from exchange traded currencies?
The foremost differences between OTC traded currencies and exchange traded currencies are mentioned below

OTC markets-

  • Bilateral trading agreements, no intermediary
  • Trading de-centralized
  • Largely un-regulated
  • Customized contracts/ lot sizes
  • Low transaction costs
  • High counterparty risk
  • Most trades result in exchange of physical currencies
  • Customized contract expiry, can be decided bilaterally
  • Large turnover
  • Good number of forex pairs available for trading

Exchange traded-

  • Exchange acts as the counter- party to every trade
  • Centralized trading
  • Highly regulated
  • Standardized  contracts/ lot sizes
  • High transaction costs
  • Low counterparty risk
  • Trades are mostly cash settled
  • Contract expiry decided in advance by the exchange
  • Comparatively lower turnover
  • Only a few selected currency pairs available for trading

Which are the most commonly traded forex pairs?
EUR/USD
USD/JPY
GBP/USD

What are direct and indirect currencies?
A forex pair quoted in fixed units of the home currency and variable units of a foreign currency is called a direct currency and the converse is an indirect currency
Example-
GBP/ USD - Direct currencies
AUD/USD
USD/CAD - Indirect currencies
USD/CHF

What are cross currencies?
A currency pair that does not include the US dollar is called a cross currency.
Example-
EUR/JPY
GBP/CAD

Who regulates forex markets?
Individual countries have their own independent regulatory agencies overseeing off- exchange forex operations. Some of them are

  • Commodity futures trading commission (CFTC)
  • National futures Association (NFA)
  • Financial services authority (FSA)
  • Swiss Reg
  • Australian securities and investments commission (ASIC)

Common terminologies
Bid-
Buying price of a forex pair
Ask-
Selling price of a forex pair
Pip-
Abbreviation for ‘price interest point’ and are the smallest price increase/ decrease in a currency pair
Fractional pip-
Are also called decimalized pricing and are quoted in tenths of a pip resulting in lower spreads.
Example-
EUR/USD- 1.3350/ 1.3355- Normal spread
EUR/USD- 1.33496/ 1.33548- The highlighted numbers are called fractional pips
Spread-
Is the difference between the bid and ask price

Forex trading hours-
Asia pacific Europe Americas
7AM- 5PM GMT 10PM- 10AM GMT 1PM- 11PM GMT
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Reinvent your technical analysis strategy..

Ignatius

I am the founder of TakeStock Research, setup in 2014 in Bangalore to provide business support services...

One of the principle reasons of investing in the financial markets is to ensure that the invested capital is not blown away; profits and their quantum come in later. This article is presented to the large numbers of freshers in the financial markets who are in the process of learning technical analysis... read more

One of the principle reasons of investing in the financial markets is to ensure that the invested capital is not blown away; profits and their quantum come in later.

This article is presented to the large numbers of freshers in the financial markets who are in the process of learning technical analysis and intend to use them eventually and those chartists analysing markets without much success. To begin with the basics, one must have a clear understanding that technical analysis does not guarantee profits although the exits or stops can be pre- defined if entries do not go as planned.

Technical analysts will agree that the edge in winning trades solely based on chart formations is steadily declining. There are many instances when a particular chart formation is in its advanced stage of being formed, but at the nth minute, it bombs. In other cases, there are chart formations like a flag or a double top clearly visible, but the market heads in the reverse direction from its projected target.

Does this indicate that trading decisions based on technical analysis are outdated and should be discarded? Not at all..... With hundreds of chartists looking at similar chart patterns, all one needs to do is to spend a little more time on analysis before taking that crucial trading call. Don’t get excited and go all guns blazing just because prices have broken out of a trading range or a couple of indicators are moving in the overbought/ oversold region.

To get the best out of charts, follow the simple steps highlighted below and avoid taking that hasty trading decision which in all likelihood will lead to potential losses.

  • Charts should represent one’s trading style. An intra- day chart is normally not used to perform positional trades and vice- versa.
  • Volumes play a major role in technical analysis. Therefore, any trading decision should be complemented by volumes.
  • Ensure all parameters are perceived while drawing trendlines.
  • Identifying supports and resistances are the key and they can be done in several ways.
  • Entries should be timed ONLY after a support/ resistance is taken out.
  • Beware of whipsaws or false signals; follow price and time filters.
  • The trend is your friend; have faith in the proverb.
  • Placing bets during an ongoing trend can be potentially risky. Identify the phase of the primary trend before every entry.
  • Take a look at a few leading indicators in addition to chart patterns to confirm short- term price reversals.

Trading is serious business and it’s always sensible to remain cautious than tactless. No strategy is perfect or foolproof. Get the best from your analysis, keep emotions in check, hold your fire and anticipate a favourable outcome...more often than not.

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