What are futures and options

If there’s one thing that’s certain about financial and commodity markets, it’s price changes. Prices keep changing all the time. They can go up and down in response to various factors, including the state of the economy, the weather, agricultural production, election results, coups, wars and government policies. The list is practically endless. Naturally, those […]

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How to implement anti adblock strategies in WordPress

After I published the adblock statistics plugin BlockAlyzer for WordPress, some readers and WordPress users asked if this can be used to interact with adblock users, like showing a message or forwarding them to another page. Even though, the intention of the plugin lays on adblock statistics, you are able to use the adblock detection […]

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How To Write A Powerful Product Review in 8 Simple Steps

Normally, the higher the price (or the more crucial to your well-being a given product is), the harder you strive to make sure your choice is the only right decision. To feel confident about the purchase, you look for solid proof of the product’s quality. And it doesn’t matter what that purchase might be — […]

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How to pack the right food, tools, and supplies without breaking your back

Before you pick a campsite and start navigating through the natural world, it’s crucial to plan the perfect backpack full of the stuff you’ll need to survive. But “roughing it” doesn’t have to mean “suffering”. In this chapter, we’ll help you identify the essential tools, gadgets and clothing items that come in handy when living […]

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Back to the Books: Literacy Empowers Girls Around the World

As schools reopen around the world, hundreds of millions of children are entering physical classrooms for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March. Experts are examining the risks and benefits of the in-person learning experience, looking at the reopenings from both a public health and quality of education perspective. Long breaks from […]

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A Mother’s Story — What Parents Need to Know About Trafficking

Danielle was 17 years old, a freshman at Northeastern University, when she met the trafficker who forced her into two years of sex slavery. Her mother Jamie spoke with UNICEF USA about the factors that made her daughter vulnerable — and what parents need to know about trafficking in the United States. Describe your relationship with Danielle […]

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Preventing a silent crisis for Rohingya women and girls during COVID-19 pandemic

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh – The Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar refugee camps are as worried about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as billions of other people around the world. So are Bangladeshi families living near the settlement, which is home to some 850,000 Rohingya refugees displaced from neighbouring Myanmar. They worry that […]

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