Britain's best-loved sitcom gets a MONOPOLY twist with this edition of Only Fools and Horses Monopoly. Follow in the footsteps of everyone's favourite wheeling-and-dealing family, the Trotters, as you travel around the board moving from series to series. Relive the moments when Del and Rodney offer their services as chandelier cleaners in 'A Touch of Glass', or where Del famously misjudges the bar in 'Yuppy Love' and when the boys attempt to sell bottled water as Peckham Spring Water in 'Mother Nature's Son'. The Trotters have had their fair share of highs and lows and so will you as you trade your way to commercial success or ruin and potentially become Monopoly millionaires! Key Features The world’s favourite family board game brings you from Paris to New York to Peckham in this exciting edition of Only Fools and Horses Monopoly Choose your favourite bespoke token playing piece, tour your favourite Only Fools' episodes and become the best trader in South London Advance to Miami Twice, Miracle of Peckham, or even Heroes and Villains - will you owe rent or reap the rewards? Build your bespoke houses and hotels and trade your way to success The Fast-Dealing Property Trading Game is fun for the whole family Suitable Age: 8+ Number of Players: 2+
Lured by exotic gems and valuable oils, the crew of the space trader Solar Queen landed on the newly discovered planet Sargol only to find their most ruthless competitor there ahead of them. Still, they tried for fair trade, even according to the sly rules of the strangely feline, native Salariki. But after takeoff they found they had a plague on board, the treachery of someone who'd been on Sargol. Although they'd begun to run out of supplies, they couldn't land or they might start an inter-planetary epidemic ... And the galaxy had ordered that the Solar Queen be destroyed on sight! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Warner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001941/bk_adbl_001941_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It is Summer in the Year of Our Lord 1139 when the grand festive event, St. Peter's Fair, is held in the town of Shrewsbury. The event brings pause to the ongoing civil war, as tradesman from across England and beyond arrive in the town for some much needed gaiety. That is, until the body of a wealthy trader is found in the River Severn. Was Thomas of Bristol the victim of murderous thieves? And if so, why were his valuables abandoned nearby? Brother Cadfael offers to help the merchant's lovely niece Emma. But while he is seaching for the killer, the man's wares are ransacked and two more men are murdered. Emma almost certainly knows more that she is telling, as others will soon realise. Cadfael desperately races to save the young girl, knowing that in a country at war with itself, betrayal can come from any direction, an even good intentions can kill. Performed by Tony Award-winning actor Derek Jacobi, this fourth chronicle of Brother Cadfael weaves history and intrigue into an intricate web of adventure. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sir Derek Jacobi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/dove/000402/bk_dove_000402_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Have you ever thought about becoming a Forex trader?Have you considered how you can make some good income on the Forex market?Perhaps you are not sure where to get started?If you have thought about these questions, then you have come to the right place. In, How to Day Trade Forex for a Living: A Beginner’s Manual for Day Trading Currency - Proven Money-Making Strategies, you will find a plethora of information on the Forex market and how you can use your skills and know-how to make some good returns in the Forex market.In this volume, you will learn about the following:What is Forex?The basics of trading in ForexManaging money in ForexThe golden ruleTrading psychologyHow to keep your emotions in checkTechnical analysis in ForexFundamental analysis in ForexForex strategiesSpecialized strategies in Forex tradingHow to craft a trading planAnd much moreIf you are serious about the possibility of becoming a Forex trader, then this book is the one for you. Even if you have tried your hand at Forex before and didn’t succeed, this book will show you how you can learn the best practices as developed by seasoned Forex investors.So you have nothing to lose but everything to gain.Forex has been a way in which ordinary folks have used their own skills to make the most of their opportunities. You don’t need fancy equipment and an advanced degree in business. What you need is common sense and good old-fashioned elbow grease. As far as the technical knowledge, that’s all here. Learn how you can become successful at Forex trading while finding out about the pitfalls that you will encounter along the way. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a pretty fair game plan to me.I hope to see you inside. I am sure that you will find the information laid out in this book to be easy to understand 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Jakeway. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/163921/bk_acx0_163921_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The long-awaited autobiography of one of Britain’s best-loved actors.Born the son of a Billingsgate market porter at the height of the Second World War, David Jason spent his early life dodging bombs and bullies, both with impish good timing. Giving up on an unloved career as an electrician, he turned his attention to acting and soon, through a natural talent for making people laugh, found himself working with the leading lights of British comedy in the 1960s and '70s: Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Bob Monkhouse and Ronnie Barker. Barker would become a mentor to David, leading to hugely successful stints in Porridge and Open All Hours. It wasn’t until 1981, kitted out with a sheepskin jacket, a flat cap, and a clapped-out Reliant Regal, that David found the part that would capture the nation’s hearts: the beloved Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter in Only Fools and Horses. Never a one-trick pony, he had an award-winning spell as TV’s favourite detective Jack Frost, took a country jaunt as Pop Larkin in the Darling Buds of May, and even voiced a crime-fighting cartoon rodent in the much-loved children’s show Danger Mouse. But life hasn't all been so easy: from missing out on a key role in Dad’s Army to nearly drowning in a freak diving accident, David has had his fair share of ups and downs, and has lost some of his nearest and dearest along the way. David’s is a touching, funny and warm-hearted story, which charts the course of his incredible five decades at the top of the entertainment business. He's been a shopkeeper and a detective inspector, a crime-fighter and a market trader, and he ain't finished yet. As Del Boy would say, it's all cushty. With an introduction narrated by David himself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Fenton Stevens. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/001619/bk_rhuk_001619_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book provides an introduction to the mathematical modelling of real world financial markets and the rational pricing of derivatives, which is part of the theory that not only underpins modern financial practice but is a thriving area of mathematical research. The central theme is the question of how to find a fair price for a derivative, defined to be a price at which it is not possible for any trader to make a risk free profit by trading in the derivative. To keep the mathematics as simple as possible, while explaining the basic principles, only discrete time models with a finite number of possible future scenarios are considered. The theory examines the simplest possible financial model having only one time step, where many of the fundamental ideas occur, and are easily understood. Proceeding slowly, the theory progresses to more realistic models with several stocks and multiple time steps, and includes a comprehensive treatment of incomplete models. The emphasis throughout is on clarity combined with full rigour. The later chapters deal with more advanced topics, including how the discrete time theory is related to the famous continuous time Black-Scholes theory, and a uniquely thorough treatment of American options. The book assumes no prior knowledge of financial markets, and the mathematical prerequisites are limited to elementary linear algebra and probability. This makes it accessible to undergraduates in mathematics as well as students of other disciplines with a mathematical component. It includes numerous worked examples and exercises, making it suitable for self-study.
Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, grade: 1, University of Bradford (School of Management-Business School), course: Capital Market Investment And Finance, language: English, abstract: 'In an efficient market, security (example shares) prices rationally reflect available information' (Arnold 2005, p.684). The efficient market hypothesis (EMH) refers to share price movement with respect to available information and thus no trader will be presented with an opportunity of making supernormal profits (except by chance), therefore their profits on a share will reflect the riskiness associated with that shares (Pike and Neal 2009). However, 'detailed investigations using advanced econometric techniques, larger data sets, increasingly powerful computing ability, and alternative theoretical models have in the last few years revealed a range of anomalies when the unpredictability-of -returns hypothesis is tested. Financial markets are often predictable to some extent, but the crucial question is whether this predictability can be exploited to make excess profits from trading in the markets¿ (Mills 1992, as cited by Coutts, 2000, p.579). Warren Buffet, known as one of the most successful investors in history, is convinced that stock markets are inefficient. ''I think it's fascinating how the ruling orthodoxy can cause a lot of people to think the earth is flat. Investing in a market where people believe in efficiency is like playing bridge with someone who has been told it doesn't do any good to look at the cards'' (Buffet, 1984, as cited by Davis, 1990, p.4). Buffet is referring to the fact that market price movements are often caused by emotional purchases and sales of stocks, resulting to an inefficient market, in other words, irrational market prices (Buffet, 1984). However, there are financial economists who see it the other way round. They agree with the 'Efficient Market Hypothesis' which states that security prices rationally reflect only available information (Arnold, 2005, p. 684) (see fig 1) therefore inhibiting the possibility of beating the market. According to this theory, there does not exist under- or overvalued shares, only true and fair values. It is difficult to say which side is right and which side is wrong, as both are based on logical reasoning and transparent facts. This paper will therefore, evaluate both concepts using different theories and ideas from those for and those against the EMH in order to find a conclusion which is reasonable and flexible enough to support a constructive point of view (based on pragmatism) and to better understand if Buffet¿s statement is true or false or maybe both.