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Identifying Market Trends: How to Read Candlestick Charts

Candlestick charts were developed in Japan during the 18th or 19th century. Introduced to the West by Steve Nison, candlestick charts can be used by investors and financial institutions for all time frames and markets. Day traders and long-term investors use them for the stock, forex, futures or commodity markets,…

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Molding the Path: How to Become a Career Counselor

An estimated 20 to 50 percent of students enter college as “undecided,” and 75 percent change their major before graduating, according to Virginia Gordon in her book The Undecided College Student: An Academic and Career Advising Challenge. Many students do not receive proper guidance on education and career decisions, and…

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Approaching Social Phobia: How to Treat Social Anxiety Disorder

Social anxiety disorder is one of 10 anxiety disorders identified by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5). Also known as social phobia, it is important not to confuse social anxiety disorder with other anxiety disorders containing the word “phobia.” In social anxiety disorder (social phobia),…

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To Serve and Glorify: The Theology of Work

Less than six months before he was assassinated, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?” speech to a group of students at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967. King told the students that their life required a blueprint. He urged them to…

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How to be a Better Business Owner

Starting a small business can feel like the fulfillment of a lifelong dream, but it’s important to do it right. Successfully running a business takes more than just passion; it takes knowledge and skill as well. The good news is, these are skills that can be learned. And for those…

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Made in America: How Companies Are Responding to Customer Demand

According to the Department of Commerce, the manufacturing sector lost 2.3 million jobs between December 2007 and February 2010, accounting for more than a quarter of all lost jobs in the United States in that time. During the recession, manufacturing accounted for half of the total drop in gross domestic…

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An Evolving Job Market for Graduates: Preparing Students for Success

Economic conditions have improved since the Great Recession officially ended in the middle of 2009. Yet in 2014, CNN Money reported that most Americans thought economic conditions remained poor because the recovery has been the slowest on record. “Wages are barely rising, home prices are still below their peak and…

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How to Lead Christian Communities of Any Size

For a few decades now, there has been a steady migration from smaller church communities of less than 1,000 members to megachurches that can reach upwards of 20,000 worshippers every weekend. With the explosion of megachurches both in the United States and globally, many Christian leaders have altered how they serve…

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Back to School: The Benefits of a Degree in Higher Ed

About 21 million students were enrolled at American colleges and universities in 2014 — 5.7 million more than in 2000, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). If you’ve attended college, you know what your educational experience was like. However, you might not know how many professionals work in…

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