Les ordres monastiques

Les ordres monastiques

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Les ordres monastiques Le développement considérable du monachisme touche aussi bien l’architecture que la vie intellectuelle et sociale Se retirer du monde pour se consacrer collectivement à une vie de prière ou de travail n’est pas chose nouvelle autour de l’an mille. Plusieurs siècles auparavant, Saint Benoît de Nurcie avait jeté les bases d’un monachisme […]

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One More Caveat

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One More Caveat So market prices do seem to have an inherent logic. In each of many recent years, stock prices have been closely related to differential patterns of expected growth as well as to the other “fundamental” valuation influence so important to proponents of te firm-foundation theory. It looks like there may be a […]

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Testing the rules

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Testing the Rules With the rules and caveats in mind, let us take a closer look at stock prices and examine whether the rules seem to conform to actual practices. Let’s start with Rule 1 – the larger the anticipated growth rate, the higher the price of a share.








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Ancillary Justice

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Ancillary Justice By Ann Leckie (excerpt) Nineteen years, three months, and one week before I found Seivarden in the snow, I was a troop carrier orbiting the planet Shis’urna. Troop carriers are the most massive of Radchaai ships, sixteen decks stacked one on top of the other. Command, Administrative, Medical, Hydroponics, Engineering, Central Access, and […]

Second Honeymoon

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Second Honeymoon By Ian Stuart (excerpt) Onaig is on an island in the Scottish Highlands, a row of white-washed cottages nestling between a tiny harbour and the steep slope of Ben Onaig a hundred miles from nowhere. The hotel, small, stone-built, and Victorian, is perched a couple of hundred feet up the brae. It was […]

The Hunter

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The Hunter By Blanche Boshinski (excerpt) “Look at the long-range implications,” the hunter said over and over again as the men argued. Doug yelled at Cutter. “Driving drunk isn’t like cheating on your income taxes. I always knew you were a foo!” His voice was ugly, just as it was when Hugo had been missing […]

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One More Caveat

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One More Caveat So market prices do seem to have an inherent logic. In each of many recent years, stock prices have been closely related to differential patterns of expected growth as well as to the other “fundamental” valuation influence so important to proponents of te firm-foundation theory. It looks like there may be a […]

testing rules

Testing the rules

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Testing the Rules With the rules and caveats in mind, let us take a closer look at stock prices and examine whether the rules seem to conform to actual practices. Let’s start with Rule 1 – the larger the anticipated growth rate, the higher the price of a share.

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Level of Market Interest Rates

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Determinant 4 : The level of market interest rates The stock market, no matter how much it may think so,does not exist as a world unto itself. Investors should consider how much profit they can obtain elsewhere. Interest rates, if they are high enough, can offer a stable profitable alternative to the stock market. Consider periods […]

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Les ordres monastiques

Les ordres monastiques

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Les ordres monastiques Le développement considérable du monachisme touche aussi bien l’architecture que la vie intellectuelle et sociale Se retirer du monde pour se consacrer collectivement à une vie de prière ou de travail n’est pas chose nouvelle autour de l’an mille. Plusieurs siècles auparavant, Saint Benoît de Nurcie avait jeté les bases d’un monachisme […]

Commerce féodal

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Le commerce féodal L’échange marchand au cœur du féodalisme L’intense réseau de villes modestes atteste le dynamisme de l’économie urbaine et la fréquence des échanges villes-campagnes, s’élargissant au grand commerce lointain. L’économie locale Si les grands princes participent à l’essor des grandes cités, la multitude des petits seigneurs reste intégrée à l’économie locale qui joue […]

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devenir riche

Comment devenir riche

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Comment devenir riche J’ai un mouvement de recul chaque fois que j’entends des gens me questionner pour savoir comment devenir riches plus rapidement. Ou encore, il leur arrive souvent de me demander par où commencer pour y parvenir. J’entends fréquemment : « j’ai beaucoup de dettes, par conséquent, j’ai besoin de gagner d’avantage d’argent ». […]

penny stocks

Penny Stocks

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Penny Stocks Il n’existe pas de moyens faciles de faire de l’argent rapidement en Bourse, alors, il faut agir avec prudence face aux offres qui paraissent très alléchantes. Par exemple, un grand nombre d’”experts”, à grand renfort de publicité (principalement sur le Web), se prétendent capables de prédire l’évolution des penny stocks, ces actions dépréciées […]

risque de surendettement

Risque de surendettement

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Risque de surendettement Aujourd’hui, un grand nombre de jeunes utilisent le crédit. En effet, c’est un moyen efficace qui permet de combler leurs besoins. Alors, au Québec, le nombre de jeunes de 18 à 29 ans qui utilisent des cartes de crédits a augmenté de plus de 75% depuis le début du XXIe siècle. Au […]

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