The Best Index Fund Portfolio Mix For Non-US Investors

I hear a lot of references to Warren Buffett whenever I look at investment methodologies and techniques, e.g. “Follow how Buffett Invests” or “This is what Buffett would have done”, but it’s never what Buffett has specifically said so himself. Except for this: “There are a few investment managers, of course, who are very good – though in the short run, it’s difficult to determine whether a great record is due to luck or talent. Most advisors, however, are far

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Best Quest Protein Bar Flavors

I’ve been trying the many various flavors that Quest has for its awesome protein bars, and after getting box after box from iHerb, this is my personal ranking of their flavors: 1. Cookies and CreamMy favorite flavor, with bits of cookies and cream in the bar. Tasty! 2. Cinnamon RollRidiculously good. Tastes just like a cinnamon roll. 3. Chocolate BrownieMy favorite chocolate flavor. Non-crumbly, solid chocolate taste. 4. Strawberry CheesecakeA little sweeter than the other flavors, but a good change

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How to redirect one domain to other domain with all query string variables (htaccess)

If you ever have the need to move domain names, the following .htaccess code will help move all visitors to your second domain name. This method also preserves your URLs’ query string variables, so there’s a less likely chance of something breaking. You can use this: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} firstdomain.com$ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.seconddomain.net/$1 [L,R=301]

How to find and replace a text string in all files on your cPanel / WHM / Linux / Unix server

If you need to quickly find and replace all occurrences of a string of text, the Linux shell is a very helpful too. To do this, we’ll be using the find, xargs, and sed commands. Find is pretty self-explanatory, and sed is short for “stream editor”, which allows you to filter and transform text. xargs is a command that takes in input and executes your chosen command on it – and in our following example, allows you to run the

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How to find and replace text string in all MySQL tables

The following tutorial is helpful if you have a MySQL database and need to find and replace all occurrences of a string, for example, replacing “www.YourOldDomain.com” with “www.YourNewDomain.com”. This is useful if you are moving or cloning your website to another domain, especially if you are using software such as WordPress. First, go to your old domain name and export the ENTIRE database, including enabling the option to “drop tables” if they’re already present. If you’re using PHPMyAdmin, you’ll want

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How To Keep Indentation For The Second Line Onwards In Your Lists (CSS / HTML)

If you’re trying to preserve indentation for your lists, especially when you have multiple lines, then this is the code that you need. It’s fast, east, simple, and works to keep the indentation for the second line onwards (per bullet-point). As you’d imagine, this will work for both ordered (OL) and unordered (UL) lists. li { list-style-position: inside; text-indent: -1em; }

The Best Investment Strategy – The Lazy Portfolio

I’ve had many years of experience trading stocks and I’ve even dabbled into Contract For Differences (CFD) and forex. However, while I had my good times and great returns, I’ve also had my “investments” go belly-up or languish for months. If you’re young, “waiting for your investment to break even” may not seem like a bad idea, but if it’s $100,000 worth, and you have to wait a year for it to just breakeven, you’re not coming out of it

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