7 признаков того, что вы занимаетесь своим делом.

1. Вы можете заниматься делом своей жизни в любое время, при любых обстоятельствах, и при любом самочувствии.
 
2. Вы погружаетесь в процесс работы моментально и надолго. Сосредоточенность на любимом деле подобна глубокой медитации. Время и все, что происходит вокруг, перестает иметь значение.

3. Вы испытываете постоянную необходимость в стремление к профессиональному росту и получению новых знаний.

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Will there be a hangover?

Investors are getting nervous as there are no signs on behalf of either the FRS or the ECB regarding further infusions of money, such as QE, LTRO or a cure like Twist. The market picture is like a party running low on alcohol when there used to be plenty. If this is the case, the hangover won’t last long. The paradox of today’s financial markets is that the participants seek artificial illusory ideas (which, nevertheless, work!) weakly related to the real economy. At the same time, real disposable income per capita in the U.S. is decreasing gradually while it is the basis of final demand, constituting over 70% of the country’s economy.

Here is the Fed policy on the S&P500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The breakdown of the PMI, the leading indicator of economic activity, by world regions

“A drop of the PMI below 50 predicts the recession 2 months ahead of time on average; while a drop below 44 always signifies an absolute decrease in economic activity. The minimum average of the PMI is 35 during a decline. After the minimum turning point it reaches the 44 in an average of 4 months which has always coincided with the minimum of the economic cycle. According a 40-year-old U.S. statistic, the PMI predicts the maximum of growth cycles on average 7 months prior and troughs of growth, 3 months prior.”

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The Economy under Putin and Medvedev in Figures

Vladimir Putin years of Presidency: 2000-2008

Dmitriy Medvedev years of Presidency: 2008-2012

 

Change in GDP (%) and oil exports (billions of USD) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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