Our high-value data in danger.

We live in 12th century and everything in our life is a data no more, but before our data was saved in a hard copy, but now we are relaying on the computers and the portable smart devices, Also it is save while you not connect it to the world wild web, cause it is like a well know door for everyone how want to get in to your saving room and your information back and here you are in front of a big threat.

Hackers ( the new generation of thieves )  who steal from distance and even the strongest army can not stop them, but is much as you have money as much as you are in their target.

And the story that i want to tell is what i found in Bloomberg.com today about “Hackers Probing the Financial System Show Reason to Worry ” and i really feel unsecured because of that .

Hackers are testing the financial system’s cyber defenses, and they can boast of some alarming success.

Let’s start with what we know. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)says a breach of its computer systems exposed the personal information of 76 million households and 7 million small businesses. The intrusion lasted from June until sometime in August, so hackers had more than a month to nose around. They accessed names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses, although the bank says there’s no evidence they compromised account information, passwords or Social Security numbers, Bloomberg Markets magazine will report in its December issue.

And keep in mind: JPMorgan is a giant, profitable bank with a reputation as one of the best companies in the world at cybersecurity.

Even more worrisome is what we don’t know — about the intrusion at JPMorgan, the hackers who did it and the potential vulnerability of the entire financial system. The bank has said little publicly about the breach beyond its description of the customer information that was and was not compromised and an assurance the company is cooperating with government investigations. U.S. intelligence agencies, federal prosecutors and attorneys general from at least two states have all launched probes.

Threats like these keep banking regulator Benjamin Lawsky, superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services, awake at night. So he said in an interview at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit on Sept. 22. “I worry that we’re going to have some sort of major cyber event in the financial system that’s going to cause us all to shudder.”

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Great Ready To Make More Money Today

Good morning ,

My dear followers just to make simple to all of you, today there is High Volatility Expected in market start with the German Unemployment Change which will effect on the EUR , Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and after that the Fed Chair Yellen will Speak and both will tell if the US Dollar will strengthen again or get more weak .

And many as you see in the table below :


So, keep your eyes open from now and on, and try to open your  position in the right time to got the best of your trade today.

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Good luck for all.

Are you a Facebook fan? let us make money too.

I mentioned before that i am a Facebook fan as a user and investor because as all of you knows that the company world wild known and growing so quick forward.


Facebook Inc.’s (NASDAQ: FB) recent multibillion-dollar acquisitions may have spooked investors and triggered a stock market slide, but they’re not likely to impact the social media giant’s ability to make money in the first quarter of 2014.

The Menlo Park, Calif.-based social networking company is expected to continue its steady earnings growth when it releases a report on Wednesday after markets close, thanks to an increase in mobile users and improved tools to advertise to them.

Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Facebook to show a net income of $613 million for the three-month period that ended March 31, compared to the $312 million it reported in the same period last year.  Excluding one-time events, Facebook is expected to report earnings per share of 24 cents, a 99 percent increase from the first quarter of 2013.

Facebook had some pretty big one-time events in the first three months of 2014, including the $19 billion purchase of WhatsApp in February and the $2 billion purchase of Oculus VR in March. Neither of those deals finalized, so they are unlikely to impact Facebook’s earnings.

In all, Facebook brought in $2.4 billion in revenue in the first quarter, a 61 percent increase from the same period last year.

Facebook will host a conference call to discuss the report at 5:00 p.m. EDT, and will live stream the callon its investor relations page.

Mobile ads will likely be a major focus, and Facebook has made a number of moves to encourage mobile user growth. Facebook released a new app, Paper, in February to provide a new mobile-optimized experience of Facebook. The company has also encouraged users to download the Messenger app to use Facebook chat.

Mobile ads made up more than 50 percent of Facebook’s total revenue in its last earnings report, and will likely account for more in this one.

Not only are there more people using mobile Facebook, but brands find it to be a more effective platform for advertising.  Digital marketing agency 3Q Digital said that brands have increased their mobile advertising budget by 45 percent, and new features make it easier target users on mobile devices.

“It’s safe to say we’ve moved beyond the ‘Year of Mobile’ to the ‘Decade of Mobile’ and can continue to place bets on the next targeting craze,” Dayna Moon, the senior director of social at 3Q Digital, told International Business Times. Moon named Mobile App Install Ads as a favorite new tool, as well as the ability to target mobile Facebook users who “look like” their fans.

Adobe Systems Inc. noted in a study that Facebook’s “revenue per visit” had increased year-over-year, and also found that auto-play video ads have had a major impact on engagement with video ads.

Earnings announcement* for FB: Oct 28, 2014

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Samsung And Apple, Get Ready For Xiaomi

China, the great nation try that remanufactured many of the world wild products, getting ready now to be independent and showing the world that I can do it even in the complicated technologies.
Xiaomi, the biggest headsets manufacturer preparing to release there first expensive smartphone to the global market.


IF YOU want to understand how China innovates, look no further than its hyper-competitive market for smartphones. Though Samsung and Apple dominate the business globally, the technology superpowers are being squeezed in China by aggressive local manufacturers. Now Chinese firms are selling their handsets abroad in ever-greater numbers and a battle is set to be fought that will reshape the global marketplace for handsets.

China’s smartphone-makers have a ready launchpad. Thanks to the frugal but feature-rich offerings from local firms, domestic sales have exploded. Over 100m smartphones were sold in the second quarter, accounting for over a third of global sales and making China the world’s largest market. Strikingly, eight of the top ten vendors were local firms. Xiaomi, a startup that only sells online, shot past Samsung to become the leading brand of smartphones in the country. After selling 15.4m in the second quarter (see chart), the firm is on track to peddle 60m handsets this year, and wants to sell 100m in 2015.
The rise of the inexpensive smartphone is a boon for Chinese consumers, many of whom are going online for the first time. However, Chinese firms are no longer content to scrap for a share of the spoils at home. They are increasingly eyeing lucrative foreign markets.

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Facebook Inc. (FB) Trader, be conscious.

I am Facebook fan and we can say addicted ! 🙂

But i feel so bad to hear some new like what Bloomberg.com posted today, And it is better to let you read what they said before i put my comment :

Foreign-exchange traders’ messages onFacebook Inc. (FB) are being sought by European Union antitrust regulators as they expand a probe into alleged collusion between banks beyond work e-mails and instant messages, two people with knowledge of the case said.

Banks have been asked to supply all communications between traders, including social media, said three people who didn’t want to be named because the EU’s requests are private. The EU suspects that some e-mails and online messages have been erased to destroy signs that traders were illegally swapping information, one of the people said.

Chats between traders of products linked to the London and euro interbank offered rates provided key evidence for global probes that have fined banks more than $6 billion to date. One trader offered to pay a broker “whatever you want” to keep the yen Libor rate “as low as possible,” according to excerpts released by U.K. and U.S.regulators in 2012.

“It’s a very important case because the forex markets every day exchange billions and billions of euros,” EU antitrust chief Joaquin Almunia told Bloomberg TV last month. Regulators have got “some contributions from people that warned us of the possibility of collusion,” he said.

Not all banks involved in the EU’s probe into foreign-exchange rates have been asked to supply more details of communications between traders outside of work e-mail and instant-messaging services, according to three other people with knowledge of the EU’s currency-rigging case.

‘Friend’ Traders

While banks must comply with an EU request to hand over information they control, “it may not be able to deliver if the accounts are truly private,” said Stephen Kinsella, a lawyer at Sidley Austin LLP. “Perhaps in future” regulators “should just ‘friend’ all traders.”

HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA)’s foreign-exchange trading is being reviewed by the EU and other authorities and it’s cooperating with regulators, according to a filing in August. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Citigroup Inc. (C), Deutsche Bank AG (DBK), UBS AG (UBSN), Barclays Plc (BARC) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc have said they are cooperating with global regulators on foreign-exchange investigations.

The European Commission, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Citigroup, RBS and UBS declined to comment, as did Facebook representatives. JPMorgan and HSBC didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Worldwide fines related to investigations into the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign-exchange markets may cost banks $41 billion, Citigroup analysts said earlier this month.

Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and RBS are among banks that have restricted the use of chatrooms as regulators examine messages for evidence that traders manipulated currencies or benchmark rates.

So my advise for my good people, Stay away from the illegal ways of foreign-exchange making money and play it save because always there is justice tracking bad boys ways.

Get The Best Of Your Weekend And Try The ( JETLEV-FLYER )

One day i saw that in youtube but i was wondering is it real or it is one of the Hollywood tricks?
But i got lucky to find the answer for the people who swimming like a dolphins in the water and that is what called (

What it is: Basically all your boyhood dreams come true — well if not all of them, at least a very big one. The Jetlev-Flyer is a personal jetpack which takes you up to 8.5 metres above sea level at speeds over 45 km per hour. Talk about making an entrance.

How it works: The Jetlev-Flyer works pretty much how you’d imagine a jetpack would. A carbon-fibre mould is strapped to your back — this in turn is attached to a 10 metre hose which connects to the boat unit down below. The engine size varies depending on the model, but they all run on a four stroke marine engine, topping out at an impressive 260 horsepower.

Price: Starting at €27,490 (approximately HK$281,100) for the basic Shark model, all Jetlev-Flyers come with a flight training course to guide you through the basics. Jetlev have also just released an add-on kit to attach to Yamaha and Sea Doo jetskis, and are priced from €7,990 (approximately HK$81,700).


GBP/USD down to 1.5993 today as the negative UK data

The GBP/USD drops for the 3rd day in the market and breaks 1.60 after the negative UK data today, as the fxstreet.com reported that, It has been a bad day for the UK retail sector. First it was Tesco which confirmed that its first half profit had been overstated and said chairman Sir Richard Broadbent would step down. The news weighed heavily on the stock, while some of the other UK retailers lost ground in Tesco’s slipstream. Then we had the latest retail sales data for the month of September, which disappointed expectations as the mild weather hit sales of winter clothes. The 0.3% month-over-month dropped was worse than a fall of 0.1% expected, although this was offset to a degree by a revision in the August reading to +0.3 from +0.2 per cent previously. On top of the retail sector pessimism, sentiment took another knock on news that mortgage approvals rose by a below-forecast 39,300 applications in September. To make matters worse, the CBI industrial trends survey fell for a second straight month in October, printing -6. This was the biggest drop since July 2013, easily missing expectations of -3.

As a result, the FTSE was unable to join the European market rally that was triggered by some positive PMI numbers from the Eurozone, although as the session wore on their rally faded too as investors read the details of the PMI surveys and realised they were not as good as the headline numbers would have you believe. The pound, too, has been out of favour as short-covering in the EUR/GBP cross caused the GBP/USD to momentarily drop below the psychological 1.60 handle. Although it has since bounced back a little, further losses could be on the way, especially if the preliminary third quarter UK GDP reading also disappoints expectations (+0.7%) tomorrow. The downbeat UK data pushes the first Bank of England rate hike further out, which is obviously not good for the pound.

On top of the macro concerns, the technicals are looking bleak for the Cable. As can be seen on the daily chart in figure 1, the GBP/USD has been stuck in a strong downward trend ever since it topped at just below 1.72 in July. The 50 and 200 daily averages are both pointing lower after forming a bearish “Death Crossover.” The momentum indicator RSI, has been unable to climb above the key 60 level and is struggling to hold above 40, despite forming a bullish triple divergence recently. If support at 1.6000 is decisively broken now then we could see a move down to last week’s low of 1.5875 soon. Below that level, the next bearish targets are at 1.5850, 1.5800 and 1.5720 – the latter being the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level of the rally from July 2013 low.

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Good Morning & Good Trade , Today

Today is Wednesday Oct the 22 ,  and our economic calendar is crowded with the strong news and events that would make us expect violate moves in the market today.

And i wanted to share that with you fox to get ready for making good money for today, so got your coffee and take a look on the calender below asap because we to start hunting with the GBP as The minutes of the BoE MPC meetings are published two weeks after the interest rate decision. after that with the USD as The Consumer Price Index released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics is a measure of price movements by the comparison between the retail prices of a representative shopping basket of goods and services. Then the CAD as The Bank of Canada publishes a study of economic movements in Canada. Also for the NZD as The Consumer Price Index released by the Statistics New Zealand is a measure of price movements by the comparison between the retail prices of a representative shopping basket of goods and services .

cal 22-10

So, as you see it is the time …..

Good luck.

No correction for you, The USD tell the EUR/USD.

As we saw this week that the EUR/USD still under the resistance level 1.2840 and it could not break it till now looks like the USD trying to keep the pair at this level today.

And according to the FXStreet.com they sai that :

The ECB launched Monday its covered bond purchases, another step to revive the local depressed economy, with a mute market reaction and the news barely hitting the headlines. But mid European morning on Tuesday, some headlines of the ECB being ready to buy bonds from troubled peripheral countries such as Spain and Italy: despite being unfounded rumors and a series of also rumored denials, the EUR/USD sunk setting there the tone for the rest of the day. Local bonds slump along with EUR, while indexes cheered the news, with the main European ones closing average 2.0% up. As for the US, Existing home sales beat expectations, to their highest annual pace of the year, giving dollar another push higher against tumbling Euro. American indexes also benefited, with DJIA up 188 points in the day, and S&P adding 1.78%.

The EUR/USD ended up with a daily low of 1.2716, entering Asian hours a few pips above it. Again, a big technical role was played by the static Fibonacci level around 1.2780, as once broken, sellers decided to add on retests. The 1 hour chart shows price hovering around its 200 SMA, with 20 and 100 ones well above current levels and indicators still heading south near oversold territory. In the 4 hours chart technical readings also present a clear bearish momentum that supports some further declines to be confirmed on a downward acceleration below 1.2700, immediate support as per being a daily ascendant trend line coming from 1.2501 this month low.

The Kurd feel the real threat now

The war against the Islamic state in Iraq getting worst not only for Arabic people in both of Syria and Iraq but also for the Turkish and Kurd as Bloomberg.com reported today that:
After two months on the front line holding off the onslaught of Islamic State, Peshmerga fighter Ari Harsin says one incident will haunt him forever.

Two of his comrades in their 20s volunteered to defuse a bomb before the Kurdish military unit could advance and recover the Iraqi village of Hasan Shah, which had fallen to the extremist group. It was a trap. The militants, freshly trained and better-equipped, detonated it remotely.

“We had to gather their bodies in pieces and send them to their mothers,” Harsin, 50, said in an interview in the Kurdish city of Erbil while on a week’s leave from the front, taking a sip of water to steady his voice.

The U.S. and European allies, including Britain, France and Germany, were quick to commit to helping the Kurds after Islamic State captured several villages and towns around Kurdistan. Yet more than three months later and the Peshmerga fighters being relied upon to hold off the jihadists on the ground say they are still using mostly antiquated, Soviet-era weapons while the new supplies of heavy machine guns trickle in through Baghdad.

Related:U.S. Drop Weapons as Turkey Allows Iraq Kurds Into Kobani

The Kurds received some weapons, including anti-tank missiles from Germany, though the flow isn’t keeping up with the pace of the battles, Mostafa Said Qader, minister of Peshmerga affairs, said in an interview at his office in Erbil.

The U.K. Ministry of Defence said last week it so far delivered 300 tons of weapons and equipment from supporting countries to Erbil, while a British military team is training the Peshmerga on the operation of 40 heavy machine guns.

Fire and Blood

While the Peshmerga have benefited from the shipments and morale is high, “what’s been sent is a tiny percentage of what we need,” Qader said.

Like many civilian Kurds, Harsin, a lawmaker in the Kurdish parliament in Erbil, took up arms to defend the semi-autonomous area in northern Iraq. In an Iraq struggling with violence since the U.S.-led invasion of 2003, the city has been an oasis of stability and prosperity, its economy buoyed by a construction boom and oil from wells controlled by the Kurds.

Harsin said he’s now spending most of his time on the border that divides the Kurdish region from the rest of Iraq. Like many Peshmerga, he started fighting as a teenager before taking up a civilian job.

“My father was also Peshmerga and I grew up with war, with fire and blood and patriotism in my family,” he said.

Effective Force

To date, the Peshmerga have been the most successful military force in combating Islamic State, said Rick Brennan, a senior political scientist at Rand Corporation, a group specializing in security research.

The Sunni Muslim militant group swept through areas in Iraq in June and July, linking up with territory it controls inSyria to form its extremist caliphate.

Al-Qaeda’s Heirs

Kurds in Syria have for weeks been defending their city of Kobani. The fall of that stronghold would extend Islamic State’s effective border with NATO member Turkey to more than 100 kilometers (63 miles). Properly arming and training the Kurds is crucial in the fight against the jihadists, said Brennan.

The U.S. military said this week it dropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish forces defending Kobani for the first time. They came from Kurdish authorities in Iraq and were dispatched by three U.S. C-130 aircraft, according to the U.S. Central Command.

“If you’re going to stabilize Iraq, the place to first make certain that you’ve got control of the situation is northern Iraq,” said Brennan, who served as senior adviser to the U.S. military in Baghdad from 2006 to 2011. “If you give up Erbil, you give up the rest of Iraq.”

Protecting Erbil

Two months after it took over the Iraqi city of Mosul, Islamic State came close to entering Erbil in August after trying to breach the key post of Khazir.

The militants were 30 minutes away from the city and their progress down the bumpy highway flanked by small villages was only stopped by U.S. airstrikes, said Rosch Shaways, a Peshmerga commander who is also Iraq’s deputy prime minister. Getting new hardware is vital to recover other areas lost, he said.

“We need new weapons, we need machine guns, artillery, armored vehicles, mine detection and removal equipment and helicopters,” he said.

Any arms shipment must be approved by Baghdad, where planeloads of weapons are searched before being sent north up to Kurdistan, said Qader, the minister.

German Rifles

Some weapons that have arrived were deemed useless by the Peshmerga against a well-armed opponent, Shaways, 66, said at the command post at Khazir. He said one consignment of arms from Germany contained rifles that were too heavy.

“It’s better not to use them,” he joked, sitting in front of military maps hanging in his office about 10 kilometers from an Islamic State base in Mosul plain.

Some 100,000 Peshmerga fighters are on the front and that number could multiply if needed and, crucially, if weapons were available, said Shaways. Qader put the total number of the Peshmerga force at 160,000 and said retired personnel have volunteered to bolster the defense.

“I used to fight for my homeland and for my own people, now it’s also for humanity,” said Shaways.

Saddam Attacks

Iraqi Kurdistan first gained autonomous status in an agreement with the Iraqi government in the 1970s, and its status was re-confirmed within the federal Iraqi republic in 2005. The Kurds were suppressed under the late Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, who carried out campaigns to eradicate them, including a poison gas attack in Halabja that killed thousands.

After Saddam’s fall in 2003, the U.S. trained the Iraqi army. Only a handful of Kurdish units were given U.S. equipment because the government of then Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was afraid the Kurds would become strong enough to stand up against Iraqi security forces, Brennan at Rand said.

Islamic State’s advances, including the Peshmerga’s inability to protect the minority Yazidi population, was an embarrassment to Kurdish officials, said Dlawer Ala’Aldeen, president of the Middle East Research Institute in Erbil.

It was a wake-up call that the Peshmerga forces “need to be institutionalized, they were poorly equipped and that the Islamic State’s new capability was beyond the Kurdish ability to control,” Ala’Aldeen said.

Harsin said the foes he encountered on the battleground were better trained than he had expected, their skills boosted by the advanced U.S. weapons they captured.

Islamic State militants also typically send suicide bombers to open up fronts that are tough to penetrate, booby trap anything they can find to stall the enemy, including refrigerators, and position snipers on rooftops, he said.

That said, Harsin isn’t worried about dying at the hands of the extremists like his comrades defusing the bomb.

“I’m 50 years old, I had a great young time,” he said. “I am married three times. I have three nice kids and three grandchildren. This is for me the meaning of life, to be in service of the Kurdish people and Kurdistan.”

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