EUR|CHF Crash – easy-forex protects you with guaranteed stops
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Easyforex Reassures Clients On Swiss Franc Fears
Thursday’s announcement by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) to end its three year cap on the Swiss Franc (CHF) sent the currency soaring skywards leaving many brokers and their clients suffering irreconcilable losses.
easyforex was not affected due to its strong risk management systems and our clients are safe due to our guaranteed stop losses and negative balance protection. We wish to reassure clients that at easyforex it’s business as usual and we remain committed to client safety through numerous measures including segregated funds and full compliance with our regulatory authorities.
With guaranteed stop losses, negative balance protection, no requotes and full support from our expert team our clients are happy and busy trading the trend. In fact, easyforex was one of the first brokers in the world to resume trading on CHF pairs and has noted positive trading activity on the currency.
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Cheapest Countries to live | Living on 1000 a month LUXURIOUSLY
What are Cheapest places and best places to live in the world on $1000 per month? I looked at 32 cheapest countries that are on multiple lists of best countries to retire, and after examining all the costs, health care, safety, entertainment, and ease of getting a visa. I have come up with a list of the 5 best countries that you should consider moving to if you want to live well on $1000 per month or less.
Going abroad can be scary, because of the many unknowns and questions that come to mind, such as 1) Will I have to learn another language 2) Will it be safe 3) What are the visa requirement for 4) Which city should I live in 5) What will I need to budget.
Here are the 5 best, safest, and cheapest countries in alphabetical order:
Bolivia is probably the cheapest place to live in South America. Bolivia has the largest Native American population in South America. Farming is the main occupation of Bolivians. Cochabamba is a popular choice among expats who want a slow lifestyle and access to some of the comforts of home. Not only is the food affordable, but also healthcare and the real estate. You can live in a detached house for $500 a month in rent. The main drawback to Bolivia is that you will need to learn Spanish to get around, as English is not widely spoken. To retire here, you’ll need to apply for something called a \”specific purpose visa.\” at a cost of $160. They also require a letter stating your intentions, proof of your financial situation, and a police record check. You can usually renew the visa every two or fiveyears depending on type.
Cambodia will allow you to upgrade your lifestyle to luxurious on a modest budget. There are lots of Western influences for foods to restaurants to movies. You can have a house cleaner that costs $40 per month. The city Siem Reap in northwestern Cambodia would be a good choice. It is easy to get around here, especially on a motorbike, and most places have reliable WiFi. Another big advantage to Siem Reap is that English is widely understood and spoken here. Beware that Siem Reap can get hot, so if that’s something you can’t stand, then avoid this place. If you want to move here, you will need to apply for a business visa at a cost of $35. Once you have this you can extend it on an ongoing basis indefinitely.
Nicaragua is the largest nation in land size in Central America. There’s great health care, little traffic, warm people and a low cost of living. Nicaragua has beaches, colonial towns, jungles, and bustling city centers. If you are a surfer, you will have some of the best waves in the world. You’re not going to do much better than Nicaragua in the Americas.It is going to be helpful for you to speak English. But many Expats prefer to live in Grenada and San Juan del Sur, where locals speak some English. As a retiree, any money earned outside of Nicaragua is taxfree. And you can get a residency visa for 5 years with the ability to renew. So there is no checking in required every month.
Phillippines is perhaps the cheapest Englishspeaking country in the world. English is widely spoken and understood here, so is great for those that don’t want to learn a new language. Manilla is one of the biggest and most traffic choked cities in the world, so it may be a part of the country you want to avoid. Tagaytay is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines and actually, it’s not so expensive to live there. Taal Lake, you can live in a spot where vacationers go. If you want to move here, you will have to get a Special Resident Retiree visa or SRRV. For people 50 or older, they require a deposit of $10,000 in a Phillipine bank, but that money can be used towards an apartment with a minimum price of $50,000. And you have to show that you have a monthly pension of at least $1000. But this visa will allow you to stay as long as you want, and travel in and out of the country freely.
Ho Chi Minh City is now a real hotbed. There is cheap rent, fast internet, great food and cheap beer. You can live here on a tourist visa more easily and cheaply than in Thailand. If you live outside the two largest cities, in places like Da Nang or Hoi An, prices will be much lower, but will have fewer Western amenities. Da Nang is the thirdlargest city in Vietnam, and it is the designated tourism jewel of Vietnam, with several UNESCO World Heritage sites. English is spoken and understood by most residents. Vietnamese health care is good for basic needs, but the country doesn’t score high for specialized care or surgeries. If you want to move here, Vietnam doesn’t have a retirement visa, but U.S. citizens can get a oneyear multipleentry visa that will have to be renewed. The big drawback is that It requires that you leave the country once every 90 days. Most foreigners take a trip abroad—a “visa run”—before their current visa expires. You can make an unlimited number of visa runs.
BoT issue new banknotes in celebration of HM the King’s birthday
The Bank of Thailand on Saturday issued the new 500 and 1,000baht banknotes depicting His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of his birthday anniversary.
Blockchain the Series @ BOT ครั้งที่ 1
Blockchain The Series
ในงานนี้ ได้รับเกียรติจาก Perter de Rooij, Senior Principal Blockchain Architect จากบริษัท Accenture ที่มาแชร์ความรู้และประสบการณ์ในหัวข้อ Blockchain as a Future Infrastructure ซึ่งเป็นเทคโนโลยีบันทึกข้อมูล ที่ช่วยให้การทำธุรกรรมออนไลน์ต่าง ๆ มีความสะดวกรวดเร็วมากขึ้น ช่วยประหยัดค่าใช้จ่าย และมีความปลอดภัย น่าเชื่อถือ
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