Every candlestick says something to reflect the market sentiments. Check what they say at http://www.forexabode.com/forex-school/watch-out-for-patterns/candlestick-charts/candlesticks-and-market-sentiments/.
The concept of supply and demand is often called the heart and soul of economics. It is the foundation for much of what is studied in the field. Understanding how supply and demand affect the economy helps us recognize economics everywhere in our daily lives.
Lesson Plans on Eskimos-The Inuit people of northern Canada provide an example of a traditional economy. For thousands of years, Inuit parents have taught their children the survival skills needed to survive in the Arctic Circle's severe climate. Students will research the Inuit economy and compare and contrast it with the United States' market economy. KEY CONCEPTS Demand, Goods, Market Economy, Resources, Scarcity, Supply, Traditional Economy
Circular Flow Model of a Market Economy - Gold Silver Council
Transaction by SteveOlmstead from http://500px.com/photo/200539593 - Market economy in action at the wet market in Sham Shui Po Kowloon. More on dokonow.com.
Chinese Revolution Essay Questions Sheet #3 - 1. How did the Chinese government under Deng Xiaoping adopt elements of a market economy? 2. Why does Communist China have a checkered history of human rights? 3. Describe the massacre that took place in Tiananmen Square.
Teach with Insight and Humor using Crash Course Economics! Episodes 1-5 cover topics such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, Karl Marx, Adam Smith, capitalism, socialism, free market economy, mixed economy, production possibilities frontier, economic model, absolute advantage, comparative advantage -- and these worksheets will keep students on task and learning!
This latest corporate reform plan, the Common Core State (sic) Standards (CCSS), eliminates community-based planning, destroys personal response to literature, and, instead of fostering education for individual need and the common good, puts children on a treadmill to becoming scared, obedient workers for the global economy. The constant exhortation to teachers and students is: "You're not good enough for the market economy!"