Stop Orders: An Essential Tool For Your Trade Arsenal

It would be quite hard, especially for the regular investor who has a regular forty hours per week job, to trade and profit from the markets if there were no stop orders available to him. This type of order will enable you to place an order in your home broker, or have it placed by your broker, that will define beforehand where you want to get out in case things do wary. It doesn’t matter whether you are on the buy or on the sell side.

Buy stop order

This type of order serves many functions and you will be using it constantly, so it is a good idea to take your time and find out what is this all about. You have probably heard of this before, but in a nutshell, a buy stop order will make you define beforehand under which circumstances you will want to buy a certain stock. So, you define the quantity, the limit date, you maximum price and when the order should be place in the market.

So suppose you want to buy a certain stock that you have seen it the day before whilst doing your studies, but you only want to buy if it breaks yesterday’s high. That can be achievable by using a buy stop order that will mainly be saying to your broker «Ok, if the stock pass this point that I have set, then I want you to put a buy limit or market order». That is it, simple as that.


Buy stop orders are a useful tool and you can use them for either when you want to buy your preferred stock since you believe it will move to higher grounds or, you can buy it back to limit your loss if you were short on that particular stock.

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The Geography of Derby

Derby City is in the south east corner of the county of Derbyshire, in Trent valley. Along with Nottingham and Leicester it makes up the sub-region of the East Midlands, Derby is the smallest of these three cities. The world map reference for the city is latitude 52o55′ north and longitude 1o28′ west. The River Derwent is the main river running through it and is one of the few geographical features for this city, which is, by and large, flat and featureless. The average elevation in the city centre is around 50 metres. To the extreme east of the city, at Spondon and the extreme west of the city, at Mickleover, the elevation does rise to just over 100 metres.

The first known settlement in Derby was made by the Romans, in the district now known as Darley Dale, who built a fort overlooking the River Derwent. This quickly expanded to include a civil settlement from which the town and then city developed. Derby was awarded city status during the celebrations to mark Queen Elizabeth II 25th anniversary of her accession to the throne in 1977. Up until 1997 Derby was the county town for Derbyshire. However, on becoming a unitary authority on April 1st 1997 the administrative centre for the county transferred to Matlock. Derby City occupies an area of about 7800 hectares and has a population density below 30 people per hectare, making it one of the country’s least crowded cities. Derby city is split into 17 electoral wards that return 56 local councillors. The city is represented in the House of Commons, at Parliament, by three constituency MPs.

Climatically, Derby has the typical temperate climate of England. Its average December temperature is just below 40C and it has an average high of 18oC in July. The main wind direction for Derby is south westerly, meaning that most of its weather systems arrive from the Atlantic. Rainfall in Derby is typical for the English midlands, averaging around 750 millimetres of rainfall a year, with an expectancy of there being some rain falling on 150 days in the year.

The surface Geology of Derby is deposits of mudstone and sandstone that are between 1 and 10 metres thick, underlying that are mainly Triassic mudstone bedrocks. To the east and north of the city these overly the Carboniferous coal measures that formed the South Yorkshire coalfields. Whilst to the north is the Derbyshire Dome of Upper Carboniferous Limestone, which marks the southern edge, or beginning, of the Pennine Way. This is also part of the Peak District which was the first National Park to be created in Britain in 1951. Walks along the River Dove, in Dovedale, are particularly popular with tourists. However, the Peak District has contributed to the economy of Derby in more ways than just tourism. It was a major area for sheep farming and the production of wool as well as being rich in minerals. The Peak District has some of the best and most diverse Geology in England. Here you can find: Limestone’s, Shale’s, Gritstones and Sandstones including the famous Millstone Grit. Now more or less completely worked out it was a major area for Lead ore mining and a form of Fluorspar called ‘Blue John’ that was much sought after for making jewellery. The quarrying of Limestone has been taking place in the Peak District since Roman times for building stones and the production of cement and mortar. This process continues today with over 7 million tonnes of Limestone being extracted annually, from the twelve active quarries inside the park.

Engineering is very important to the economy of the city. Apart from the Rolls Royce works the city has many railway engineering companies and the Toyota production plant nearby. Almost 35% of the population are employed in manufacturing of one kind or another, making it one of the cities in the UK where manufacturing employment is greater than public administration and health services. Derby is the beginning of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site, which is acknowledged as being one of the places in which the British industrial revolution began in the 18th century. The combination of local wool supplies and water mills to power the new weaving looms made Derby one of the model systems for, what were then, modern factories.

The average house price in Derby city is £145, 000, with prices rising (on average) from £110,000 for a terraced house to £235,000 for a detached property. The average price for a flat in Derby is £120,000. Generally, during the period 2006-2007, house prices in Derby City rose by 10%. Compared to most of the rest of Derbyshire, house prices in the city are lower than all areas other than Spondon, to the east and Bolsover to the north east of the county. The areas of Mickleover, to the west of the city and Darley Dale to the north, are the most sought after residential areas

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Vacation in Chester


Chester is an old city dating back approximately 2000 years to Roman
times (when parts of the City wall date from) when it was known as
Deva. They built it as a fortress for Legio XX Valeria Victrix, the
20th Legion, safe in the loop of the River Dee and used it as a port
and defense from the Welsh Celts. It was then the principal town of
England, with many relics remaining today, including the weir on the
river to keep water levels high and stop ships going too far, the
'cross', where the four main streets intersect, as well as remains of a
strong room and hypocaust system underneath shops and, controversially,
half of its original amphitheater, with the other half built over. The
Roman Empire fell three hundred years later.

In AD 605 or AD 606 king
of Northumbria defeated a big Celtic army at Chester and established
the Anglo-Saxon position in the area. The Saxons extended and
strengthened the walls of Chester to protect the city against the
Danes. After the 1066 Norman Conquest, Chester Castle was built as
another defense from the Celts. Along with this, the Normans built what
is now Chester Cathedral. In the Georgian era, the city became again a
center of affluence, a town with elegant terraces where the landed
aristocracy lived. This trend continued into the Industrial Revolution,
when the city was populated with the upper classes in amongst the
industrial sprawls of Manchester and Liverpool.

The Duke of Westminster
who owns an estate at Eaton near the village of Eccleston owns a
significant amount of land in Chester. Grosvenor is the Duke's family
name. In 1969 the City Conservation Area was designated. Over the next
20 years the emphasis was placed on saving historic buildings, such as
The Falcon Inn, Dutch Houses and Kings Buildings. On January 13, 2002,
Chester was granted Fairtrade City status.

Place Of Interest

In a big Victorian building opposite the Roman amphitheater, is the
largest uncovered amphitheater in Britain. The center has a gift shop
and a licensed restaurant serving meals and snacks. Admission is free.
In the center of town much-photographed Eastgate clock is situated.
Another interesting activity is to climb the nearby stairs and walk
along the top of the city wall for a view down on Chester – Passing
through centuries of English history, the River Dee, formerly a major
trade artery, and many 18th-century buildings. The wall also goes past
some Roman ruins, and it's possible to leave the walkway to explore
them. The walk is charming and free.
Eastgate Street is now a pedestrian way and musicians often perform for
pleasure beside St. Peter's Church and the Town Cross.
The Rows are double-decker layers of shops, one tier on the street
level, the others stacked on top and connected by a footway. The upper
tier is like a continuous galleried balcony.

Museums & Art Galleries

Grosvenor Museum, Cheshire Military Museum, Ellesmere Port Boat Museum
Hack Green (Secret) Nuclear Bunker, Moldsworth Motor Museum are the
main museums to visit in Chester. The city has two cinemas and a
theater, the Gateway Theater, and in the summer the city hosts the
annual Chester Music Festival, the Chester Midsummer Watch Parade and
the Chester Mystery Plays, the latter of which dates from medieval


The city Chester is a popular shopping center, with its unique 'Rows'
or galleries (basically two levels of shops) which date from medieval
times. The city is heavily populated by chain stores both in the center
and on retail parks to the west, and also features two indoor shopping
centers, an indoor market and a department store, Browns of Chester,
once known as 'the Harrods of the North', now absorbed by the Debenhams
chain. There are two main indoor shopping centers, The Grosvenor Mall
and the Forum. The latter refers to the city's Roman past, and is to be
demolished in the Northgate Development to make way for new shopping
streets, a new indoor market, a new library and a performing arts

Food & Drink

Chester has wide variety of eating establishments, covering a whole
range of culinary areas. There are many national restaurant chains and
a wealth of high quality local restaurants. The Bell Pepper, Fat Cat
Café, Praslin, Chez Jules and Bella Pasta are some famous
restaurants providing foods from different cuisine. Numerous pubs
populate the city, some of which are medieval, as do wine bars at
night, and Chester also has five night-clubs.


Like any major town and city Chester has a wide range of educational
facilities for every age group. University College Chester and West
Cheshire College are the place for higher education. The Hammond School
of Dance and Education is the institution that combines dance and drama
tuition with normal educational studies.


The city has a football team, Chester City FC, who play in the Deva
Stadium and a national basketball team, the Chester Jets, who play in
the city's Northgate Arena leisure center.

Hotels & Accommodation

Being a city that attracts thousands of tourists and business people
every month, there has to be a large number of hotels in Chester. Chester Grosvenor, De
Veer Carden Park, Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Mill Hotel, The Queen Hotel
– these are some prime hotels with star rating in Chester. Beside all
these hotels Chester hosts a number of lodges, youth hostels and budget
hotels. Among them Alton Lodge Hotel, Dene Hotel, Green Bough Hotel, Ba
Ba Guesthouse, Bowman Lodge, Chester Youth Hostel are some to mention
about. Comfort Inn Chester, Holiday Inn Chester South, Holiday Inn
Ellesmere Port, Moat House Chester are some of the famous hotel chains in Chester.

Tours and Sightseeing

Chester has a few organized tour operator and car rental agencies.
Organized tours include all the main tourist attractions. Different
group or individual tour are arranged by different tour operators –
some tours consist of Guided Walking Tours. Specialized tours are
conducted by the government tourist authority in the following
languages: French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Cantonese,
Mandarin, Shanghai, Romanian, Russian, and Dutch.


Chester Airport known as Hawarden Airport
is the only way to reach Chester by air. It's well connected with all
the cities in UK and Europe. Chester has a railway station to the North
East of the city center, designed by Francis Thompson with an
impressive Italianate frontage dating from 1848. Trains go from here
along the North Wales Coast Line, as well as to London Euston,
Liverpool, Crewe, Manchester, Wrexham and Shrewsbury. Bus transport in
the city is provided by the council owned and operated Chester Bus.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Chester had an extensive
tram network from Saltney in the west at the Welsh border to Chester
General station in the North West.

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A Short Biography of Famous Soccer Player – Steven Gerrard

His full name is Steven George Gerrard. He is also called as Stevie G. He was born in Whiston, Merseyside on 30 May 1980. He is a professional soccer player who currently plays for his national team of England and captains for English Premier League club Liverpool. His playing position in the field is as a centre midfielder. But, since in 2007 after the appearance of Torres at Liverpool, Gerrad has been played primarily as a second striker for his club squad, and played as a winger for his national team since 2006.

Gerrard is the current vice-captain of the England national soccer side. Nevertheless, he became a captain for his national at the 2010 World Cup in the nonattendance of Rio Ferdinand who missed the event because of injury.

Gerrard spent his whole career at Anfield. In 1998, he made his first appearance in a competition against Blackburn Rovers. Gerrard made his 100th appearance in European club tournament for Liverpool on 10 March 2009 in opposition to Real Madrid and made two goals in a 4-0 win.

In international level, he made his first appearance in 2000 in opposition to Ukraine. In September 2001, he made his first international goal in the well-known 5-1 victory over Germany in a 2002 World Cup qualifier. Gerrard took part in his first World Cup in 2006, and he was England’s top scorer in the competition.

He has many honors for a professional soccer player. With Liverpool club, he won FA Cup (2000-2001, 2005-2006), League Cup (2000-2001, 2002-2003), FA Community Shield (2001, 2006), UEFA Champions League (2004-2005), UEFA Cup (2000-2001), UEFA Super Cup (2001-2002, 2005-2006).

As an individual player, he won FWA Footballer of the Year (2008-2009), PFA Players’ Player of the Year (2005-2006, PFA Young Player of the Year (2000-2001), PFA Fans’ Player of the Year (2000-2001, 2008-2009), PFA Team of the Year (2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009), FA Premier League Player of the Month (March 2001, March 2003, December 2004, April 2006, March 2009), UEFA Club Footballer of the Year (2004-2005), UEFA Champions League Final Man of the Match (2004-2005), UEFA Team of the Year (2005, 2006, 2007), FIFA/FIFPro World XI (2007, 2008, 2009), FA Cup Final Man of the Match (2005-2006), Goal of the Season (2005-2006), and England Player of the Year (2007). Gerrard has been proposed on many occasions for the FIFA World Player of the Year Award and the Ballon d’Or.

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Playing It Safe – The Future Of West Ham United

While the move is widely expected to attract new investment to the club which could potentially fund their rise in the league the owners need to tread very carefully. While they have purchased a few players in this summers transfer window with more expected arrivals they need to ensure one thing stays the same. The club must remain a Premier League outfit. A drop into the Championship for The Hammers would scupper all current plans for the club and their move and could spell financial meltdown. The biggest opportunity for West Ham will be the advertising possibilities after their move. The Olympic Stadium will still host some of the biggest sporting events even after they move in and the Hammers will have full control over advertising no matter what the sport. The income this could generate could elevate the club into a financial state they have never been in before.

The talk amongst West Ham fans who agree with the move is that the new stadium, extra funds and bigger exposure could lead to West Ham being taken over in the same way teams like Chelsea and Manchester United have and have a multi-billionaire who would be more than willing to pump millions into West Ham to get them World Class players and push for a first ever Premier League win. Of course this is wishful thinking and while most of the teams outside of the top four of the Premier League wish this the chances of it happening are very slim. When Chelsea was taken over by Roman they had no worries of spending and salary caps and the Man City owners came in just before the cap came into play meaning that they could spend £ 100 + million rebuilding their squads but West Ham may not have the same opportunities and will have to settle for a very slow build to the team with substantial investment in the following 3-5 years after their stadium move further up the table and maybe fight for the Premier League.

In my opinion the move to the Olympic Stadium was the right one to make and the two David's are making funds available to Big Sam to try and stay in the Premier League but I just feel that the club has to be very cautious going forward. They recently told Big Sam that he needs to adapt a more attacking style of play to entertain the fans but this is a manager that is the king of not getting relegated and keeping a team in the top flight. The fans are with him one week and against him the next but fans need to understand that his job for the next couple of years is none other than to ensure survival in the Premier League. Better things will come and in the years to come West Ham fans may be singing "We are the champions" but for the time being do as you've always done best and get behind your team and manager no matter the match outcome and be that important 12th man you have always been for the club.

West Ham will move to the Olympic Stadium in 2016.

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