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Thoughts on FairForex Broker

Hey guys/gals. I’ve kinda got two questions in here, the main one is about FairForex though. Anybody have any experience dealing with them? I know they’re offshore/unregulated and that can be sketchy/has potential to be fucked. But the group I’m with all use them and have good things to say. 1:400 leverage, only a minimum of $100, and decent spreads. Not heard too many gripes about customer service or fucky withdrawal methods. I’m only looking to start with about 200 bucks on my live account (doing DEMO right now). I’ve got a TD Ameritrade account and would like to use them but I can’t get approved for margins with that little initial capital.
And for part two
So I’m about two months in to this forex game. I was brought in by two of my buddies from HS and they got me signed up with their team on IML Academy ( I know I know). I’ve found that they’re 46 video academy has been just OK. Honestly I find that these “gurus” or leaders are pretty awful at actually teaching and explaining things, though it has done a good job of pointing me in the right direction in being able to research further about certain topics. The team I’m on seems to be very supportive, they don’t push me to do recruiting or anything. Zoom chats at least every day, though 3/4 are about the “winning mentality” with the other 1 being about trading. But even when I tap in for that one those guys are honestly terrible teachers, pretty bad at explaining thought processes and reasoning behind taking certain trades. They’ve got me in two signal chats that usually put up at least 400-1000 pips a week depending on if they’re just doing pairs or if they throw some Indices in there too.
Should I stick around and use the signal chat to at leastbreak even while I learn my way, or just cut my losses and figure all this shit out and be my own self made man? Anyone been in my shoes before, shitty pyramid scheme but has a good team?
Also anyone have thoughts on the harmonic scanner? That’s the tool they have us laying for
TL;DR Anyone have thoughts on FairForex as a broker? Also I’m in IML Academy, find that the videos are pretty bogus but my team is good. Should I stick around?
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Low/Zero commission online broker comparison

I was trying to find the lowest cost brokers that aren’t just mobile apps that offer passive investments in the assets I’m looking for on top of the usual equity and bonds I already have.
I’m hoping this will help people in my situation. I looked for a comparison website and found: https://brokerchooser.com/ which helped but I still had to dig around to get the direct comparison I needed all in one easily visible table.
What are your thoughts and experiences on the below brokers like customer service etc with these platforms?
Trading212 looks to be the cheapest and best all round but I’ve read bad experiences.
To diversify my portfolio I’m looking at:
  1. Renewables funds,
  2. Commodities,
  3. Individual shares and Crypto (a very small gamble 1% of total)
  4. Property dev/REITs,
  5. Venture capital,
  6. Higher risk corporate Bonds,
1 - 4 Can be invested in via ETF’s offered by most of the online brokers below.
4 - 5 Can be invested in using the other platforms below: Crowdcube, Seedrs, Syndicate room, Crowdproperty.
1 and 6 I think need higher cost traditional brokers like HL/Black rock etc but I’m not sure.
Here’s my comparison:
Free trades per month Products Fees (deposit etc) FCA Regulated? Bank transfer or debit card?
Trading 212 Unlimited Stocks ETF/ETCs Forex Crypto ISA Free ISA, no trade fees, CFD account has charges inc: 0.5% currency conversion charge, no forex fees Yes Debit card: Yes - Bank transfer: Yes
TD Ameritrade Unlimited $0 for US stock $6.95 for non-US Cannot find on FCA register Cannot find on FCA register
eToro Unlimited Stocks ETF/ETCs Forex Crypto Commodities via CFD’s No ISA - $5 withdrawal fee - Deposit and withdrawal fee of 0.5% - exchange fee (50 pips) 0.5cent/$1 e.g $7.5 on $500 - If no activity for 12 months charged $10 per month - 0.75% fee to buy bitcoin Yes Debit card: Yes - Bank transfer: No
Freetrade Unlimited Mobile app only Stocks ETFs ISA ISA £3/month 0.90% forex fee Yes Debit card: No - Bank transfer: Yes
Revolut 3 Mobile app only Stocks Crypto Commodities No ISA Complex fee structure Yes Debit card: Yes - Bank transfer: Yes
Degiro Unlimited Stocks ETF Funds Bonds Options Futures Crypto No ISA High fees (complex structure) Yes Debit card: No - Bank transfer: Yes
Other investment platforms:

Investment type Fees (deposit etc) FCA Regulated? Pre-emption rights?
Crowd cube Venture capital 1.5% Yes No
Syndicate Room Venture capital High fees 2% set up fee 1.5% – 2.3% annual 20% performance fee Life-time management fees of between 12.5% and 24.3% Yes Yes
Seedrs Venture capital 7.5% of any profit Plus variable sale fees Yes Yes
Crowd property Property 0% fees however returns capped at 8%. Yes N/A

Have you used any of these before or do you have alternatives?

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What are the best Forex trading platforms/brokers?

Forex brokers are firms that provide currency traders with access to a trading platform that allows you to buy and sell foreign currencies. Retail forex brokers, handle a very small portion of the volume of the overall foreign exchange market.
Some of the best forex brokers:
Saxo Bank
This is considered one of the best forex brokers overall. It is the best overall because it has great competitive pricing to get involved, and has access to a wide range of markets. In addition it is very secure with multiple regulatory licenses. It also offers all forex traders with innovative trading platforms that really create more options for traders making them more successful.
Btw, I am trying to build a team with people who are interesting in learning how to trade. Here is the link to join my team and the name of the company is called mastery im academy. it is an education platform to learn how to trade https://iM.Academy/corp/cjoin?enroller=trade2bewealthy
IG
This forex broker is considered best for CFD trades which means Contract For Difference. A contract for difference (CFD) is a popular form of trading that helps traders to speculate on the rising or falling prices of fast-moving global financial markets. This means that traders who like this trading style look for a wide range of tradable products in their platform which you can find globally on IG. IG is also very trusted around the world which is good for traders because they need to be able to trust their forex broker. They also provide Comprehensive research tools and real-time exchange data. In addition, they have a broad range of markets, including multi asset CFDs like cryptocurrencies.
TD AmeriTrade
This forex broker is only for US residents but it is great for Americans if you need a forex broker. If you are an American I would suggest this one because it is ranked number one for customer service and is very well trusted. It is regulated within the United States standards and is very heavily looked after. It has a wide array of premium research and tools to help traders succeed. They are predicted to start using Bitcoin trading which is also up to date and will be useful. They also have excellent phone support which can be an essential aspect of trading if you are hands on with questions and need answers.
Overall, these are some of the best forex trading brokers. I highly recommend taking a look at these three forex brokers because they are some of the most regulated and also have good tools.
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Stake vs Hatch Fees Explained

--UPDATE--
In light of Christine from Hatch's announcement of a reduction to a flat $3 broker fee, I've updated in a new comment here.
Treat the direct comparison of $ below as incorrect (once Hatch update their pricing).
--Old Text--
I decided to undertake a fees comparison of the two platforms as Stake is launching on Tuesday.
Comparing Hatch and Stake, the long and short of it is:
Most people will do the latter and be DCA in to a lot of smaller companies so Stake will end up being a lot cheaper on the buy-in.
https://imgur.com/a/wkuiIl1
Comparing to US based companies, assuming you use Transferwise to deposit into a US bank account and there is no fee to transfer from the US account to their service, Transferwise appear to get a 0.6% better FOREX rate than Hatch did when I just checked - Transferwise was $0.6067 vs Hatch $0.6029 (I'm assuming the Hatch FOREX rate will be similar to Stake, can't check atm as I don't have a Stake account until Tuesday). So the break-even point for using Transferwise at current FOREX rates is about $250 (below Stake is better, above Transferwise is better), excluding IBKTD Ameritrade fees (TDA have no broker fees currently). Hatch will allow USD transfer but only if you email them so I don't think you can use this as your regular deposit strategy.
One thing to consider with IBKTD Amertrade is they are US companies who are not at all interested in your NZ tax requirements so will not help you at all in the process. Customer support will be harder to get, and using Transferwise is not a trivial process especially if you are doing very regular deposits it can become a PITA for a relatively tiny difference in fees (eg if you deposit $500/fortnight the difference in FX fees is about $3 per transaction, so just don't buy that bag of chips and save yourself the hassle of using Transferwise + foreign based company IMO - and this is coming from someone who even changes power and ISP companies every year chasing better deals!).
Once you want to withdraw money, Hatch is obviously cheaper at 0.5% (edit: despite the $8 withdrawal fee) compared to 1% with Stake (and they have a $2 withdrawl fee that will be pretty negligible if you have a lot of money invested). Hatch will do an off-market transfer of US shares so best strategy might be using Stake for deposits and Hatch for withdrawals.
Another benefit to Hatch is that they are Kiwi owned so I think more likely to be accessible in terms of Tax and customer support than an Aussie based company (Stake). Lastly with Hatch, if a company is less than $400/share then you should buy a series of Fractional share bids unless you are buying more than 2.66 share units, above that the $8 broker fee is better.
Edit: I had a user complaining about the withdrawal fee of $8 through Hatch. This is true if you are regularly buying and selling shares. Typical advice given here is directed to buy and hold strategies (so you only get stung once for a withdrawal after X number of years), if you want day trading advice there are other subs for that. See my comment here.
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USA - TD Ameritrade vs OANDA?

Hello, I am located in the US and have opened a demo account on both Oanda and TD for the past 2 years. I have found both platforms suitable to my needs (fxTrade and ToS), but am confused by all the fine print and am looking for pros and cons of each brokerage?
I use TD for my IRA and at one point another investment account, I like the fact they have physical locations in my area, customer service reps, established company, etc. On the other hand I know Forex trading is just one service they offer (not a primary focus I am sure) and dislike the $2,000 minimum requirement.
I understand Oanda to be a reputable broker with great service, but my primary concern is getting my money out, associated fees, finance charges, etc. I would ideally like to keep withdraw money as I make it (i.e. I make $100, I would like to be able to easily transfer that $100 to my bank account with NO FEEs at anytime).
My plan is to fund an account with $2,000, but I do not want to re-buy in if I lose it all, and in the case with TD if I lose $500, I can no longer trade on margin (I believe). I also do not want to be on the hook for additional money if I lose it all as well. I plan to scalp/swing/day trade (in my demo accounts I think the longest I have held an open position is like 3 hours), and when I trade I do not plan on leaving my computer screen and monitoring my trade in addition to setting limits, so I will hopefully catch myself before I fall too far.
I guess I am looking for anyone's experience (located in the USA), positive and negative, with either or both brokerages.
Thank you.
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FF News: China 'lies,' says The Wolf of Wall Street, Omar Abdulla??

Bitcoin said to ‘drop,’ with Covid 19 woes, says
“The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Omar Abdulla??
by Faaiza Ismail
(19 February 2020-BBC) “The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Mr. Omar Abdulla is to have addressed members of the investment community this week, stated that
the price of Bitcoin and other Chinese created Crypto Currencies related, are
said to drop with the fundamental data of the Covid 19 virus, the slowdown of
US growth and straddle economic data from The United States.
“The Chinese pandemic has caused major losses to China, and
thus impacting the growth
on The United States. I would sell Bitcoin, Dollar, and perhaps
hold the rand for some strength.’
he retired.
Speaking to Footprints in Wuhan, local Chinese resident, Ms. Ameila Wang says
that Wuhan has been locked down since 23 Jan 2020, and the death toll has
almost reached 2000.
“We are not even counting the dead bodies that have died at home, on the street,
or mis-calculations from the Chinese government.’
The Economic Times reported that we should see some dollar and
Bitcoin weakness
as China has not been to over in over two months, already impacting
the global sector.
“Third world currencies is where we see the investment rise, as first
world countries have
already seen fears rise, and South Africa or even Africa has
reported little or no cases.’
The Omar Abdulla Group which has investments into Bitcoin SA, Forex SA,
Instagram SA
and Facebook SA noted that they will be short-selling major currencies,
buying into
South African currencies and African shares.
“We see opportunities to about April 2020, depending on the
control of the virus.’
The World Health Organization is said to meet with President Donald
Trump and President
Xi Jinping this week to bring the economic crisis to an upbeat.
“China has already spent close to $4 billion dollars on the virus and a further
n estimated $3 billion dollars
wll be needed from The United States and The World Health Organization.’
The death toll has already reached 2000, with more than 70 000
cases reported, and we could see more short selling in the weeks to come,
as China deals with Covid 19, ended a Wuhan resident.
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Re: FF News: The Omar Abdulla Group

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Saturday
Markets ‘calm down,’ as the world awaits more lies from China, says
“The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Omar Abdulla…??
by Nabila Dockrat
(2 March 2020—ABC NEWS) The Wolf of Wall Street Mr. Omar Abdulla says that
China is reporting low number of cases the past several weeks whilst other
Asian countries are starting to peak with new cases daily from South Korea, Japan
Hong Kong and Singapore.
“Maybe the other Asian countries are the ones to be trusted, instead of lying
China,’ he told ABC NEWS.
Another resident who spoke to Hubei Times looped that China has been injecting
billions of dollars into their economy by stagnating the impact of Covid 19.
“China has been injecting stimulus into their economy to keep the market alive.
We believe that much more people have died at home, and China is keeping the
numbers low so that people can get back to work.’
Addressing members of Washington, President Trump says that the Corona Virus
Is ‘under control,’ and should see smaller numbers as Winter in China progresses.
The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares in Bitcoin SA, Forex SA, Instagram SA and
Facebook SA added that investors were queuing to invest into GOLD and SILVER as these
Commodities were known as ‘safe havens.’
“Markets have stayed away from the see-saw markets of China and The United States,
and have Gold as the medium of trade.’
In other news, speaking to The Hong Kong Sun, local resident, Ms. Sue Ying cooled that
the rest of Asia should be trusted with their numbers, and not the Chinese.
“The Chinese government want to keep numbers low so that people can get to work,
and not cause billions of other people in Asia to panic.’
Meanwhile, South African shares seem to have progressed during this flu season,
as first world currencies have seen their money moved to third world currencies.
“Markets have moved some of their investment into Africa and South Africa, as very
few cases have been reported in these countries.’
Economist for The Omar Abdulla Group, Ms. Ayesha Noormahomed concluded her remarks
to The Sunday Times that she expects the South African Rand to get stronger within the year,
due to better economic data from South Africa and expects the Covid 19 virus to come to an
end by April 2020.
“We are already seeing low numbers from China, and although the virus is still not yet fully contained, we should see billions in China returning to work in coming days, which could see
the Asian markets rise to market expectations.’
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Options Trading

Hi All,
I just got this message from my overseas broker (TD Ameritrade)
"Dear Valued Client,
We have important news about your account. Because of a New Zealand regulatory requirement, accounts with a New Zealand address will no longer be allowed to maintain options, futures, or forex trading privileges. This permission(s) will be removed from your account on or after September 30, 2019. There will be no other changes to your service. Your trading platforms, commissions, and interest rates will stay the same. "
Anyone know what regulatory requirement they are talking about?
Also do you think its just a TD Ameritrade issue (e.g they can't be bothered complying) or will other brokers have the same issue?

Thanks
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Daily Trading Thread - Thursday 2.22.18

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Using TD Ameritrade Brokerage with NinjaTrader 8 automated strategies?

Hey Guys, I'm new to this community and haven't seen any posts on this topic, so if someone has asked/talked about this before let me know.
Anyway I have been looking into algorithmic trading but currently use TD thinkorswim to execute trades manually. When searching for brokerages which allow for development of automated trading strategies I came across NinjaTrader, which seems to allow for custom strategy development and execution. The problem is that the NinjaTrader brokerage only provides service for Options, Forex, and Futures, but not Stocks/ETFs. Despite this, NT lists TD Ameritrade as a supported equity brokerage, which has me wondering if it is possible to develop a trading algo in NinjaTrader 8 and use the TD brokerage support to execute it for stocks.
If I'm correct in this assumption, does anyone have experience with this/know any more on the topic? If I'm wrong, what brokerages/platforms have options for automated trading strategy development for stocks?
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You can use TD Ameritrade's real-time equity data for free, for paper trading without the 20-minute delay.

In case people didn't know, if you use a platform which "contains" a paper trading acccount, rather than relying on the TOS platform entirely, you can take advantage of the free real-time US equity data for paper trading. So to keep this simple you can get NinjaTrader for free here, it's generally considered a free platform for those who didn't know. https://ninjatrader.com/FreeLiveData When you get NT through this method, you can pick Futures or Forex data. You can go back and fill out each one if you'd like say, do Futures first (that'll be through CQG and give you a lot of data for 7 days or 14, I can't recall) and the Forex through FXCM. Regardless, you don't have to use either one if you don't want. After that you'll be able to download NT installer, I always go with NinjaTrader 8, it works well. Rather than 7, that is.
Simply click "connections" in the main panel once it's open, and add a TD Ameritrade connection with the same login/pass you'd use to login to TOS or your TD/AT online account.
One important thing to note: If you want tick data, at the least NinjaTrader will say give you 10 tick, 2, 1 tick or even intervals like 1s (literally type 1s or 10s or 1t 3t 10t etc and hit enter when you have a chart open) but I believe it's derived from the bar data, if that makes sense. Also if you're viewing anything less than the 1 minute bar timeframe, itll just start off at the time you've opened the chart with such tick/second/range/interval data, and no historical on the chart. So if I'm doing that I like to open a second chart in another tab of the same instrument to show the historical data.
So the paper trading account is within the NT platform, and so long as you make sure you have set up your default account to be say Sim101, the usual name of the default paper trading account, you won't be actually executing trades through the TD Ameritrade broker, but you get to trade on real-time data.
Between this being free data, the possibility of using Rithmic, CQG and FXCM trials for futures and forex, you can get basically all free data. For a paper trader like me, that's nice because I have no skin the game... I think that's the saying.
Keep in mind I'm not promoting NinjaTrader in any commercial capacity and have no affiliation with them whatsoever as a company or in any manner I can conceive. There's one other platform I use which isn't free that's compatible with TD Ameritrade's data and that's called MotiveWave. It also does support simulated trading very very well. I suggest checking it out and I'll just say Google MotiveWaveTM 4.2.8 Ultimate Edition ;) Hope this isn't just old news everyone here has known. If so, let me know. Happy trading and hope this coming trading week is a good one.
Edit: Some other resources which at least have free trials available without necessarily needing any payment info I find useful are: 1) www.livesquawk.com (Especially Steve K's market signals... I've only heard of McAffe's signals but never tried them, however Steve K is a good guy and seems to really know what he's doing. Tl;dr, they work for me in paper trading).
2) https://www.tradethenews.com - you need a linkedin with 5 or more connections to get the free trial but they have a great squawk service with a guy from NYC who seems to be on literally almost 24 hours a day 5 days a week.
3) https://pro.benzinga.com - a Bloomberg Terminal alternative basically, but not as fancy... for more fancy see:
4) http://www.metastock.com/fundsoft4 This one isn't really explained the best on their own site, in my opinion but I've been using the free 30 day trial and what it is, is Metastock's own way of selling Reuters Eikon service. Eikon is about the best Bloomberg Terminal alternative I've found yet in many years of searching. I'm more into looking at data and figuring out how plats work than the actual trading in some ways. Important note on this one: Once you do have a trial, and they take a little while to rubber stamp it so be patient with the emails they send, you can login through the regular Reuters Eikon web login if you wish rather than using the Windows standalone program. They're the same one's just web-baed.
5) Lastly for now, https://www.money.net - definitely worth checking out. Has it's own live squawk for news during trading hours and definitely no payment info needed for a trial. You can login once trial acquired via login.money.net or the now 'legacy' installable platform. They're both good but I'm not crazy about the iOS/Android versions at all.
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Tally Integration

Tally Definition Language – associate Introduction
Tally Solutions has been within the business of providing complete business solutions for over twenty years to MSME(Micro, little and Medium Enterprise) and to an outsized extent to lupus (Large Enterprise) businesses. With over three million users in over a hundred countries, Tally, the flagship product, continues to be the well-liked IT answer for a majority of companies per annum.
Tally, the flagship product (which started as an easy accounting system, twenty years ago), is nowadays a comprehensive, integrated answer – covering many business aspects of the associate enterprise. These embody Accounting, Finance Management, Receivables/Payables, accountancy, Inventory Management, BoM-based producing inventory, multi-location/multi-currency/multi- unit handling, Budgets and Controls, value and Profit Centres, Job cost accounting, POS, cluster Company consolidations, Statutory Taxes (Excise, VAT, CST, TDS, TCS, FBT, etc), Payroll Accounting, and alternative major and minor capabilities. it's served as associate ERP for tiny enterprises over the past twelve years.
With the introduction of Remote Access, Remote Authentication, Support Centre, Central Administration, and Account Management inherently supported within the product, it is formally labeled as Tally.ERP 9. With this capability, it's doable that the owner or a licensed user are going to be able to access all the reports and knowledge from a far off location. With every forthcoming unleash succeeding Tally.ERP nine unleash three, extra capabilities are going to be delivered to cater to giant business enterprises. the most important useful areas in Tally are:
Order to Payment (Purchase Processes)
Simple (Cash Purchase) to Advanced Purchase Processes - as well as Ordering, Receipting, Rejections, Discounts, etc.
Order to Receipt (Sales Processes)
Simple (Cash Sales) to Advanced Sales Processes - as well as Orders Received, Delivery, Invoicing, Rejections and Receipting, POS Invoicing at Retail.
Material to Material (Manufacturing Processes)
Simple to Multi-step material transformations, separate and method trade cycles, add progress and valuations.
Payroll
Simple to complicated Payrolls – as well as operating with completely different Units of Measures (e.g., Job rates), Statutory compliances, their specifications, and usage.
MIS
A complete set of reports for Business necessities are as follows:
Financial, Inventory, MIS & Analysis, Budgeting & Controls with advanced classification and filtering techniques, cluster firms and multiple consolidation views, Cross-Period reportage, Forex handling, Bank Reconciliation, etc. there's conjointly associate Export choice to port knowledge into alternative applications (e.g., Spreadsheets) for extra manipulation.
Statutory Compliance
The Compliance necessities and connected configurations in Tally.ERP nine are as follows, with reference to the implementation of:
● Direct Taxes: TDS/TCS, FBT
● Indirect Taxes: Excise, Service Tax, VAT, CST
Enabling setting for Remote - Tally.NET Users
Tally package Services (TSS) is to blame for the Remote Access Services. It allows:
● Remote Access - it's currently doable for the associate documented user to access Tally.ERP nine from any ADPS.
● Tax Audit Tools - The CA community can currently be able to deliver reasonable services to a shopper, addressing their Security and Privacy Considerations.
Tally Definition Language
Tally Definition Language is that the application development language of Tally. TDL has been developed to supply the user with the pliability and power to increase the default capabilities of Tally and integrate them with the external applications. TDL provides a development platform for the user. the whole interface of Tally.ERP nine is made by exploitation TDL. TDL as a language, provides capabilities for fast Development, Rendering, Knowledge Management, and Integration.
TDL is associate Action-driven language supported definitions. It emphasizes powerfully on the conception of re-usability. It includes of Interface and knowledge objects. Interface objects chiefly confirm the behavior of the merchandise in terms of user expertise. knowledge objects are chiefly used for data persistence within the Tally info.
Any Tally.ERP nine user will learn TDL and develop extensions for Tally. the whole ASCII text file is offered as a component of the Tally Development setting, i.e., with our product Tally Developer.
Comparison with alternative Languages
Today, there are several languages within the world that are wont to develop applications. These languages are developed keeping some specific areas of application in mind. Some languages are smart for developing front-end applications, whereas others are also smart for writing programs. the varied classes of languages on the market nowadays are as follows:
Low-Level Languages
Low-level Languages are languages which will act directly with the hardware. They comprise directions that are either directly given in computer-understandable digital code or in very pseudo code. These languages need terribly sound information in hardware. as an example, programing language or any native machine language.
Middle-Level Languages
Middle-Level Languages carries with its syntax, rules, and options a bit like the high-level languages. However, they'll conjointly implement low-level languages as a part of the code. as an example, C, C++, etc.
High-Level Languages
High-level languages are significantly just like the West Germanic. they're simple to be told, program and rectify. High-level programming languages are typically divided into 2 categories: Third Generation and Fourth Generation Languages.
Third Generation Languages
Most High-Level languages fall within the class of Third Generation Languages. Third Generation languages are procedural languages, i.e., the computer user specifies the sequence of execution and therefore the pc strictly follows it. The execution starts from the primary line of the code to the last line, taking care of all the management statements and loops utilized in the program.
Fourth Generation Languages
There is no clear-cut definition for the Fourth Generation Languages(4GL). Normally, the 4GL are high-level languages that need considerably fewer directions to accomplish a task. therefore a computer user is ready to quickly develop and deploy the code. Most 4GL are non-procedural languages.
For example, some 4GL are wont to retrieve, store and modify knowledge within the info employing a single line instruction, whereas alternative 4GL use report generators to get complicated reports. it's ample to specify headings and totals exploitation the language, and therefore the report is generated mechanically. sure 4GL is wont to specify the screen style, which can mechanically be created.
On having understood the categorization of pc languages, TDL is categorized as a Fourth Generation, High-Level Language. The capabilities that TDL gives to the users is far over what alternative 4GL languages provide. this could reach meeting specific functions like management, report generation, screen style, etc.
TDL could be a comprehensive 4G language which provides tremendous power within the hands of the computer user by providing knowledge management, complicated report generation, and screen style capabilities, exploitation solely some lines of code, resulting in fast development. allow us to currently analyze the options well, that facilitate North American country in understanding and appreciating the capabilities provided by the event language of Tally, i.e., TDL - Tally Definition Language.
Integration Capabilities
Large and medium-sized businesses use disparate applications to run their business and one among the most important areas that require to converge amongst these applications is that the Accounting, monetary and Inventory data. Tally being the default accounting, Inventory and Statutory Compliance package employed by enterprises in these segments. Therefore, the necessity arises to debate on the combination Capabilities of Tally.
Integration Solutions are designed to confirm that the present investments in the package (ERP, inheritance and alternative Enterprise systems) stay intact by seamlessly group action data with new systems, technologies and custom applications inside the enterprise, moreover like firms with whom the business deals with.
Tally Interfaces – For Integration
Tally communicates with the external world chiefly exploitation 2 Interfaces.
● Tally ODBC Interface (Read Only)
● Tally XML Interface (Read and Write)
Tally ODBC Interface (Read Only)
ODBC (Open info Connectivity) makes it doable to access knowledge from any application, no matter what management System (DBMS) is handling the information. ODBC manages this by inserting a middle layer, known as an info driver between associate application and therefore the software. the aim of this layer is to translate the application's info queries into commands that the software will perceive. For this to perform, each the appliance and therefore the software should be ODBC compliant i.e., the appliance should be capable of supplying ODBC commands and therefore the software must be capable of responding to them.
Tally provides the ODBC Interface that makes it doable for applications to speak to Tally info. By exploitation of this interface, external applications are going to be able to retrieve knowledge from Tally. Tally acts as a Server delivering knowledge to external applications.
Using the ODBC Interface, Tally.ERP nine will create ODBC calls to External info and retrieve knowledge from them. In such a case Tally acts as a shopper to tug knowledge from disparate knowledge Sources. This knowledge is consumed in Tally as per demand.
The usage and techniques for the identical are going to be mentioned in Integration exploitation ODBC Interface.
Tally XML Interface (Read and Write)
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is customary for data exchange with external systems. Tally.ERP nine supports standardized message formats for Request/Response. Tally.ERP nine will communicate with any setting capable of causation and receiving XML over communications protocol.
Tally will act as a communications protocol Server capable of receiving an XML Request and responding with an XML Response. the whole Tally knowledge is created on the market to the requesting application. it's conjointly doable for the appliance to store knowledge into Tally info.
Using the identical interface, Tally has the aptitude to act with an internet Service delivering knowledge over communications protocol. during this situation, Tally behaves as a shopper retrieving associated storing knowledge into external info. the net Service capable of handling Tally Request/Response is a layer between Tally and External info.
In this section, we'll be discussing the XML electronic communication Formats supported by Tally. the appliance and usage are going to be mentioned well within the section Integration exploitation XML Interface.
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Daily Trading Thread - Thurdsay 3.1.18

Hi everyone! Thanks for joining. This sub is for active traders of crypto and stocks, those looking to make a fat YUGE profit. While all are welcome, we are more geared for traders with a serious mindset. Post your ideas for today here.
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FINVIZ HEATMAP - FINVIZ FUTURES - FOREX - NEWS FEED
MAR 1 THU Fear & Greed Index
Economic Calendar: Results & More
Time Release For Actual Expected Prior
8:30:00 AM Personal Income Jan - 0.40% 0.30%
8:30:00 AM Personal Spending Jan - 0.30% 0.20%
8:30:00 AM PCE Prices Jan - 0.40% 0.40%
8:30:00 AM PCE Prices - Core Jan - 0.30% 0.30%
8:30:00 AM Initial Claims 24-Feb - 230K 227K
8:30:00 AM Continuing Claims 17-Feb-18 - NA NA
10:00:00 AM ISM Index Feb - 59.00 58.40
10:00:00 AM Construction Spending Jan - 0.30% 0.30%
10:30:00 AM Natural Gas Inventories 24-Feb-18 - NA NA
2:00:00 PM Auto Sales Feb - NA NA
2:00:00 PM Truck Sales Feb - NA NA
Ex-Dividend: Calendar
Ex- Div Company Amt Yield
AJG A.J.Gallagher Rg 0.41 0.02
ALGT Allegiant Travel Rg 0.70 0.02
AMNB American Nat Bnk Rg 0.25 0.03
APLE Apple Hosp REIT Rg 0.10 0.07
BAC Bank of America Rg 0.12 0.01
BAX Baxter Intl Rg 0.16 0.01
BRKS Brooks Automatio Rg 0.10 0.02
CBOE Cboe Glbl Mkt Rg 0.27 0.01
CGNX Cognex Rg 0.05 0.00
CHFC Chemical Financi Rg 0.28 0.02
CHRW C.H.Robinson Wld Rg 0.46 0.02
D Dominion Energy Rg 1.67 0.04
DAN Dana Rg 0.10 0.01
EXPO Exponent Rg 0.26 0.01
FINL FINISH LINE 0.12 0.04
FLO Flowers Foods Rg 0.17 0.03
FRME First Merchants - Registered 0.18 0.02
HLI Houlihan Lokey Rg-A 0.20 0.02
HLT Hiltn Wrld Hldgs Rg 0.15 0.01
MLHR Herman Miller Rg 0.18 0.02
NAVG Navigators Group Rg 0.07 0.00
NAVI Navient Rg 0.16 0.05
ODP Office Depot Rg 0.03 0.04
PEP PEPSICO RG 0.81 0.03
PRGO Perrigo Rg 0.19 0.01
SEE Sealed Air Rg 0.16 0.02
SNA Snap-On Rg 0.82 0.02
SPKE Spark Ener Rg-A 0.18 0.35
SWM Schweitzer-Maudu Rg 0.43 0.04
TFX Teleflex Rg 0.34 0.01
TRST Trustco Bank Rg 0.07 0.00
WHR Whirlpool Rg 1.10 0.03
WSR Whitestone REIT Rg 0.10 0.09
WTS Watts Water Tech-A 0.19 0.01
WY Weyerhaeuser Co - Registered 0.32 0.04
Earnings Reports: Morningstar Earnings Calendar & Results
Company Release Est. EPS Company Release Est. EPS
51job (JOBS) Afternoon 0.64 Liberty Interactive Co. - Series B Liberty Ventures (LVNTB) Morning N/A
Algonquin Power & Utilities (AQN) Afternoon 0.12 Liberty Interactive (QVCA) Morning 0.49
Altisource Residential (RESI) Morning -0.56 Liberty Interactive QVC Group (QVCB) Morning N/A
AMC Networks (AMCX) Morning 1.50 Liberty Media Co. - Series A Liberty Formula One (FWONA) Morning -0.22
America First Multifamily Investors (ATAX) Afternoon 0.06 Liberty Media Co. - Series C Liberty Formula One (FWONK) Morning -0.38
American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) Afternoon 0.08 Liberty Sirius XM Group (LSXMA) Morning 0.41
Anheuser Busch Inbev (BUD) Morning 1.10 Liberty Sirius XM Group (LSXMB) Morning N/A
Apricus Biosciences (APRI) N/A -0.15 Liberty Sirius XM Group (LSXMK) Morning 0.40
AquaVenture (WAAS) Morning -0.24 Loxo Oncology (LOXO) Morning -1.14
Ares Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) Morning 0.23 LTC Properties (LTC) Afternoon 0.50
Ashford Hospitality Trust (AHT) Afternoon 0.21 MBIA (MBI) Afternoon 0.09
Atlantic Power (AT) Afternoon -0.04 Methode Electronics (MEI) Morning 0.66
Avaya (AVYA) N/A -0.14 MGP Ingredients (MGPI) Morning 0.47
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises (BW) Afternoon -0.06 Middlesex Water (MSEX) N/A 0.33
Barnes & Noble Education (BNED) Morning 0.07 Nationstar Mortgage (NSM) Morning 0.43
Barnes & Noble (BKS) Morning 1.05 Natural Resource Partners (NRP) Morning 0.95
Best Buy (BBY) Morning 1.99 Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR) Afternoon -0.33
Big Lots (BIG) Morning N/A NeoPhotonics (NPTN) Afternoon -0.22
BioScrip (BIOS) Morning -0.08 Nordstrom (JWN) Afternoon 1.22
BlueLinx (BXC) Morning N/A Nutanix (NTNX) Afternoon -0.25
Cable One (CABO) Morning 5.86 Omeros (OMER) Afternoon -0.16
California Water Service Group (CWT) Afternoon 0.22 ORBCOMM (ORBC) Morning -0.09
Canadian Natural Resource (CNQ) Morning 0.30 Paratek Pharmaceuticals (PRTK) Morning -0.75
Capella Education (CPLA) Afternoon 0.99 Park Hotels & Resorts (PK) Afternoon 0.22
City Office REIT (CIO) Morning -0.09 Pattern Energy Group (PEGI) Morning 0.05
Colony NorthStar (CLNS) Morning 0.35 Patterson Companies (PDCO) Morning 0.52
Concert Pharmaceuticals (CNCE) Morning -0.43 Pico (PICO) Morning N/A
Consolidated Communications (CNSL) Morning 0.02 Pinnacle Foods (PF) Morning 0.95
Cott (COT) Morning 0.02 PRGX Global (PRGX) N/A 0.14
CPS Technologies (CPSH) N/A N/A Quarterhill (QTRH) Morning 0.04
Crescent Point Energy (CPG) Morning 0.06 Regal Entertainment Group (RGC) Afternoon 0.33
Dawson Geophysical (DWSN) Morning -0.28 Revlon (REV) Morning 0.08
DENTSPLY SIRONA (XRAY) Afternoon 0.81 Ribbon Communications (RBBN) Morning 0.17
Dixie Group (DXYN) Morning 0.01 RTI Surgical (RTIX) Morning 0.03
DURECT (DRRX) Afternoon -0.05 Safeguard Scientifics (SFE) Morning -0.68
Easterly Government Properties (DEA) Morning 0.32 Sothebys (BID) Morning 1.40
Farmland Partners (FPI) Afternoon 0.13 Southwestern Energy (SWN) Afternoon 0.10
Fidus Investment (FDUS) Afternoon 0.37 Spartan Motors (SPAR) Morning 0.09
Floor & Decor (FND) Morning 0.68 Splunk (SPLK) Afternoon 0.33
FS Investment (FSIC) Afternoon 0.19 StoneCastle Financial (BANX) Afternoon 0.40
FTS International (FTSI) Afternoon N/A Strayer Education (STRA) Afternoon 1.29
GAP (GPS) N/A 0.58 Tegna (TGNA) Morning 0.30
GP Strategies (GPX) Morning 0.26 Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) Morning 1.13
Hemisphere Media Group (HMTV) Morning -0.06 TransAlta (TAC) Afternoon N/A
Horizon Global (HZN) Morning -0.14 Tribune Media (TRCO) Afternoon 0.50
Hospitality Properties Trust (HPT) Morning 0.52 Triple-S Management (GTS) Morning 0.27
Icahn Enterprises (IEP) Morning 0.56 Tronox (TROX) Morning 0.06
Impax Laboratories (IPXL) Morning 0.12 Uniti Group (UNIT) Afternoon 0.02
Intra-Cellular Therapies (ITCI) Morning -0.51 US Concrete (USCR) Morning 0.90
Intrexon (XON) Afternoon -0.32 Vector Group (VGR) Morning 0.12
Keysight Technologies (KEYS) Afternoon 0.39 Veritiv (VRTV) Morning 0.79
Kohl's (KSS) Morning 1.47 Vermilion Energy (VET) Morning 0.20
Leaf Group (LFGR) Afternoon -0.27 VMware (VMW) Afternoon 1.61
Liberty Braves Group (BATRA) Morning -0.25 Whitestone REIT (WSR) Afternoon 0.08
Liberty Braves Group (BATRK) Morning 0.04 WMIH (WMIH) Morning N/A
Liberty Interactive Co. - Series A Liberty Ventures (LVNTA) Morning 0.02 XO Group (XOXO) Morning 0.11
ZIOPHARM Oncology (ZIOP) Afternoon -0.13
PRE-MARKET MOVERS: $DDD $AKS $BBY $BUD $KSS $SRNE $TVIX $X $CRM $CRH $DGAZ $SHPG $VXX $DWT $TZA $FXI $SPXS $SNAP
ROCKET BOT - FINVIZ TOP GAINERS - FINVIZ TOP LOSERS
Crypto Watch List: BTC XLM XRB LTC ETH WTC FUN STEEM VEN GAS NEO XRP PPT SALT LEND XVG EOS SC ZCL ETC OMG POE ICX
COIN MARKET CAP - COINDESK NEWS - RISING/FALLING - COIN 360 HEATMAP
Disclaimer: The opinions in this thread and forum are solely the opinions of the individual account holders and contributors. The info should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation of any particular security. All investments entail risks. As with most things in life, caveat emptor.
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Best banking setup for receiving US-source income in Canada?

Apologies if this has been asked before; I've researched a bunch of different options and finding information online is pretty frustrating. Thought I'd source the hive mind instead of spending n minutes on the phone with reps who probably won't tell me anything useful anyway...
I'm earning USD but living and spending in Canada.
Currently I have TD chequing, TD USD daily interest, and TD Bank (US based) chequing. I get $USD deposited into the TD Bank (USA) account, then I get free wire transfers to the TD (CA) USD account. After that... well, it seems my options for converting that USD to CAD are limited. I could transfer to the TD chequing account and eat the 2.5% foreign exchange fee, but I'd rather not, because this is my primary income and it would be a significant chunk of change. I could visit a TD ATM, withdraw cash, and change it at the local currency exchange at good rates, but I'd also rather not have to make that trip and carry around large amounts of cash on a regular basis. TD also charges monthly and transaction fees - not significant in the big picture, but I kinda resent paying fees for shitty banking services that don't even do what I want.
Does anyone have a set up they are happy with?
Things I've considered:
Basically I need to:
And I would prefer not to spend $50/mth in wire transfers and assorted banking bullshit. Am I out of luck?
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Another new-to-forex post! Yay!

Hey everyone, first things first - I've already read through the sidebar & have done plenty o' research on my own.
I started trading in April, worked with a coach all summer, and have been daytrading with a PDT account since August. I'm looking into expanding or switching to forex, and I'm hoping some of you could provide me with some insight into a few concepts. I've been papertrading w/ ToS this past week to see how applicable my strategy is. Before you tear me apart for using a demo account - this is the first demo account I've used, and I've built up enough emotional scar tissue to where money is now just numbers on a screen to me. I had a mild, big loss + stress fueled breakdown in September and had to take a brief sabbatical to contemplate and consider my life's path (a few days of heavy drinking, a few more of sobering up, and a week of self reflection), but I got all that figured out so yeah... Anyway!
  1. Has anyone done real trading with TD Ameritrade? I already have an account with them so it would be sooo nice if I didn't have to open ANOTHER brokerage account (it would be #5 for me... too many to keep track of). In addition, I'm 20, so I'm not able to trade Forex with IB. Once I turn 21 I'll obviously be moving to them. For now, though, TD sounds alright because I know ToS inside and out, I've had an account with them for years, and the spread doesn't seem too bad as it's usually about 1 pip.
  2. Is there an accurate, reliable, real-time source for volume data? Volume is of course a pretty important part of trading, but as far as I can tell, most brokers only provide volume data for trades placed through their system. I understand that this is a result of the lack of a central forex market, so what can I do to compensate? Is there an aggregation service that pulls volume from multiple sources? Or do I have to rely on volume approximations based on spread, time of day, ticks, etc?
  3. Is there any sort of L2 for Forex? Again, a decentralized exchange problem.
  4. For those who are profitable - what's your average hold time? I try to keep it under a day, and that's always worked for me.
  5. Again, for those who are profitable - what's your thing? Order flow? Price action? TA? Not looking for specific strategies, just a general view of what works.
  6. Has anyone made the switch from stocks to Forex? What was your experience like? How much did you have to learn/relearn to adjust to the FX market?
Personally, I haven't done much actual stock trading. I've always preferred index tracking ETNs and the like. Too unpredictable once you get into stocktwits land. The smarter half of me is pretty good at playing momentum with entry at the first 5m consolidation/distribution. I'm also a big fan of shorting resistance bounces. The gambler in me likes to scalp. And that's the story of how I lost $200 in commission in ONE DAY once! I'm much better at not doing that now.
Here is one of my most recent trades, shorting the Euro as it bounced off the downtrend/previous high/resistance/retracement/overextension. Unfortunately I never filled any of my limit sells so I ended up taking 2 mini-lots to .096 (I bought early cause I'm a pussy) from .1022. Feel free to tear this one apart! I also took 5 mini-lots short from .0962 to .0952 this afternoon cause I felt like making more money. Mmm. To be fair, I also took 10 long from .0962 to .0958 because I'm a big dummy. Never trade against the trend! (one of my rules)
I know it's a hell of a lot of open ended questions. Thanks in advance for any answers y'all might have.
Edit: A sticky? I'm honored!
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of Legacy Exchanges & Veritaseum's UltraCoin

Veritaseum is looking for liquidity providers to assist in kickstarting the world's first global P2P exchange. If you have a healthy stash of BTC, please contact us to discuss.
I was looking at the offerings of a large US bitcoin exchange just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed bitcoin user base in the world and growing rapidly). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. I noticed several of the industry (BTC exchange) leaders offer leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees, and saw the swaps were priced up to and past 15%. Then, upon further research, I realized that these swaps were financing mechanisms for margin lending. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation Bitcoin companies. Take notice in the difference of the capitalization. Lower case "b" denotes the accounts of value that the mainstream media calls digital currency. Upper case "B" denotes the blockchain-based, protocol driven services and capabilities behind the lower case "b". Generation 1.0 v. generation 2.0!
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin having any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference from the legacy systems that we're all used to, no?

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies

Tickers Available

Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
I implore you to download our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of the Largest USD/BTC Exchange & UltraCoin: Features & Costs

I was looking at the offerings of Bitfinex just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed user base). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. Bitfinix offers leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees page, and saw the swaps were priced at 15%. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation bitcoin companies.
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world****. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade - or 1/150th of what Bitfinex charges for a much simpler and more constrained product. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin havin any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entiity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference, no?
I will continue my discussion on pricing and features right after I delineate the distinction between the two.

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies: Bitfinex (v1.0) vs Veritaseum (v2.0)

Tickers Available

Bitfinex: ~6 or 7 (this is an approximation) - BTC, LTC, DRK, USD & (I'm assuming EUR, CNY and maybe GBP). It is quite possible that I'm underestimating their portfolio here.
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Bitfinex: Crypto and forex
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Bitfinex: up to 40bp round trip, 1,500bp for swaps
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Bitfinex: Assumed to be up to 50x, traditional margin lending
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

It's a matter of risk. This is not a dig at Bitfinex. After looking at their volume (significant) and their offerings (quite impressive given the newness of this industry) the last thing I would ever want to do is to disparage them. As a matter of fact, I give them kudos! Good job, fellas! What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
We are in beta, so please be aware of that and the shortcomings that it entails (although it is also my opinion that most bitcoin companies are in beta because bitcoin itself is in beta, as implied above). I implore you to download, and trade with, our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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Bitcoin 1.0 vs 2.0 – or – A Comparison of the Largest USD/BTC Exchange & UltraCoin: Features & Costs

I was looking at the offerings of Bitfinex just now, after hearing that Coinbase had the highest volume of any US-based broker just weeks after opening an exchange (we’ll discuss that at a different time, since Coinbase is waiving fees meaning those users are hot money, but likely are part of the largest installed user base). What I found was illuminating, at least for me since I don’t follow the offerings of BTC brokers and exchanges that closely. Bitfinix offers leverage, plain vanilla swaps and TRS (total return swaps - basically fixed/variable rates in major fiat denominations for cryptocurrency (BTC. LTC, DRK) exposure). I said to myself, “Wow, that’s pretty advanced.” Then I looked at the fees page, and saw the swaps were priced at 15%. The first thing that came to mind was the difference, and limitations that come with the business models of first generation bitcoin companies and second generation bitcoin companies.
To put this into perspective, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers user programmable swaps (ie. you can make your own CDS, TRS or plain vanilla, or even a custom swap) with exposures to not just 3 cryptos and 3 or 4 fiat currencies, but all major and most exotic currency pairs (dozens) as well as over 45,000 tickers covering EVERY major asset class (stocks, bonds, forex & commodities as well as cryptos) from exchanges throughout the world****. This is all capable at a sliding scale of 10 to 25 basis points, round trip. That's the equivalent of 5 bp to 12.5 bp per trade - or 1/150th of what Bitfinex charges for a much simpler and more constrained product. In addition, all of this is done without UltraCoin havin any possession of your funds, whatsoever. Veritaseum (the company behind UltraCoin) is a software concern, not a financial entiity, thus you have no exposure to our balance sheet. We cannot MT. Gox you and you essentially have no counterparty, default or credit risk because your counterparty is the blockchain, and you trade peer to peer vs. through a centralized exchange. Pretty big difference, no?
I will continue my discussion on pricing and features right after I delineate the distinction between the two.

The Difference between Bitcoin 1.0 and Bitcoin 2.0 Companies

To begin with, I'd like to make clear that not only is the title misleading, but all references to the same are essentially inaccurate. Bitcoin itself is still in beta stage (0.9x) thus its not accurate to refer to 1st and 2nd generations of bitcoin businesses. If anything, we're all in beta. Now that I've gotten that off of my chest... The first bold generation of bitcoin entrepreneurs (it's amazing that you can refer to companies born 2 and 3 years ago as a previous generation, it just goes to show you how fast this space is moving!) built businesses based upon bitcoin as a legacy commodity. Basically, they bought, sold, transmitted or transferred it as a unit of value. They did this because that's how everything was done for the last several thousand years in the financial services industry. Basically, they had no choice - or so they thought. Then came those who read the Satoshi whitepaper and the bitcoin wiki and saw a very different meaning. My team and I are among those entrepreneurs. We saw that bitcoins were malleable, programmable, tools with which one can use to paint upon the canvas of value. A far cry from the moving of static financial widgets from place to place. Think of moving bitcoins around (bitcoin 1.0 companies) vs programming bitcoins to act on their own according to their contractual owner's wishes (bitcoin 2.0 companies) akin to pushing a model T Ford around town vs. programming your driverless electric Tesla to go by the grocery store to pick up some fresh produce before swinging by the school to pick up your kids on the way home to meet you to take your wife (girlfriend?) out to dinner.

A Real World Comparison of Bitcoin Companies: Bitfinex (v1.0) vs Veritaseum (v2.0)

Tickers Available

Bitfinex: ~6 or 7 (this is an approximation) - BTC, LTC, DRK, USD & (I'm assuming EUR, CNY and maybe GBP). It is quite possible that I'm underestimating their portfolio here.
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: ~45,000+
Asset Classes Available
Bitfinex: Crypto and forex
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, Forex, Cryptos and many indices
Costs Bitfinex: up to 40bp round trip, 1,500bp for swaps
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 25 bp round trip for all products (primarily smart contract swap driven)
Leverage available: Bitfinex: Assumed to be up to 50x, traditional margin lending
Veritaseum's UltraCoin: up to 10,000x, with finite digital P/L parameters (no margin calls, no negative account drawdowns)
How does Veritaseum do it? We program the bitcoin to act according to a mutual agreement between two or more parties, then send it to the blockchain to act accordingly. These agreements are self executing, unbreakable promises known as "Smart Contracts". In this case, they are highly customizable, P2P OTC swaps, but we are working on a multitude of other products, services and solutions as well. We also supply very high level, unconflicted, independent and impartial strategy and research for our customers. Since we don't use our balance sheet and we don't act as a principal, we have no incentive to skewer the research in any particular direction.

Smart Contracts as Transaction Vehicles: The Safest Possible Way To Exchange Value

Veritaseum's UltraCoin BTC-based smart contracts are: 1. highly flexible - you design your own derivatives yourself using your own parameters via our simple graphical user interface 2. self-executing 3. autonomous 4. unbreachable: we call them, the unbreakable promise! They are backed, fortified and stored by/on the Bitcoin blockchain itself 5. uber-transparent: simple click the "trace transaction" button to find the location and historical travel path of your assets anytime, from anywhere you have an internet connection

Trading Through a Balance Sheet-Based Financial Institution vs. Distributed, Decentralized, P2P Software Concern

It's a matter of risk. This is not a dig at Bitfinex. After looking at their volume (significant) and their offerings (quite impressive given the newness of this industry) the last thing I would ever want to do is to disparage them. As a matter of fact, I give them kudos! Good job, fellas! What I do want to accomplish is the education through the fact that the Bitcoin protocol has given rise to the genesis of a new type of company, with a new business model that can offer a totally new type of product. As you were able to see from above, Veritaseum's UltraCoin offers a very uniquer product with many if not all of the attributes that potential competitors offer, with a slew of attributes that others can't touch. This is done at 1/150th of the price and at much less risk! When dealing with Veritaseum's UltraCoin, you can never get Gox'd because we never have (nor do we want) possession of your coins or fiat - every, at any time. Because we don't user our balance sheet (we are a software company, not a centralized exchange or brokedealer) you:
This is just the beginning of what is capable with bitcoin (and this is pure bitcoin, not altcoins, no tokens, no sidechains, just pure, old fashioned [at least as old as it can be considered] bitcoin) and 2.0 business models. Wait until you see the new stuff we'll be rolling out.
We are in beta, so please be aware of that and the shortcomings that it entails (although it is also my opinion that most bitcoin companies are in beta because bitcoin itself is in beta, as implied above). I implore you to download, and trade with, our:
There's also a lot of BTC industry research available for download as well as our blog which has some of the best fundamental and macro research available on the web. Hardcore traders, investors and speculators should check out my latest piece: It's All Out War, Pt 3: Is the Danish Krone Peg to Euro More Fragile Than Glass Beads? The Danish National Bank Infers So!
Any bitcoin-rich individuals or entities looking to provide liquidity to the system, individuals/compamies who wish to partner, accredited investors looking for a piece of the action (you have to be willing to sign and NDA, we are quite open to working with anybody), or those who simply want to shoot the breeze should feel free to contact us.
Bitcoin 2.0 An example of an UltraCoin smart contract summary
Here's some info about me, my team and what we're doing at Veritaseum:
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There are quite a few Indian start-ups that use the Amazon Web Services ( similar services by other service providers) for their computing needs. We happen to be one among them. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion about withholding taxes (TDS) on payments made to AWS. I am writing this article to share my findings on this topic. The TCS on forex transactions will be effective from today itself (October 1). For remittances that carry the purpose of overseas education, TCS will apply at a rate of 0.5%, only in the case if the amount remitted is originating through a loan from a financial institution. If you are doing payments for your foreign tour packages, that payment will also draw a 5% TCS. There’s some good news ... Fees for Technical Services – As per Indian Income Tax Act. As per Sec. 9(1)(vii) of the act, if a payment is in the nature of FTS, , it is taxable in India regardless of any business connection/ permanent establishment of receiver in India (except when the payment is for any business of the payer being run outside of India). Professional Services’ means services rendered by a person in the course of carrying on legal, medical, engineering or architectural profession or the profession of accountancy or technical consultancy or interior decoration or advertising or such other profession as is notified by the Board for the purposes of Section 44AA or of this section. Further, as per section 115A (1) (b) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, the tax on fees for technical services on a foreign company received from an Indian company is 10%. Also, section 90(2) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, suggests that, if the Central Government has entered into a DTAA with any country outside India, for TDS purposes the most beneficial rate has to be applied in the case of an ... No it is not applicable on internet charges , The leaseline charges/internet charges paid were only for use of internet connection and do not fall within the provisions of section 194-I ,194-C and 194-J of the Act. But if assesses has the internet... TDS on forex rate services This query is : Open Report Abuse Follow Query Ask a Query. Akhilesh. Akhilesh (Querist) Follow. 24 September 2010 We are using forex services of one of our party Mecklai Financial Services for various purpose whether tds is applicable on this or not . CMA. Subhash Kumar Jha . CMA. Subhash Kumar Jha (Expert) Follow. 24 September 2010 If you are simply purchasing the ... The broker provides services and technical analysis in finance industry mainly on corporate clients across countries in Europe. In 2017, the company founded TDS Markets Limited in Vanuatu, and positioned itself on Asia-Pacific markets. The broker cites as its liquidity provider Broctagon Exchange - a holder of a Principal’s License from the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission and is ... Exchange Rate for TDS on Non-Residents. The Exchange rate of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) must be considered on the day in which TDS is required to be deducted. What is the Threshold Limit for Deduction of TDS ? There is no such prescribed threshold limit under this section so TDS will be deducted from the entire amount/transaction/payment. TDS Rate Chart u/s 195 Payment of any other sum to ... A TDS provision has been introduced on tour packages also. The seller of overseas tour packages shall collect TCS of 5 per cent from the buyer. (Photo: Reuters) Money flowing out of India is being taxed with tax deduction at source added on services like foreign tour packages and remittances as the outgoing funds flow is sought to being taxed. The Budget 2020-21 has mandated a 5 per cent tax ...

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