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Jan 5, 2014

Trade With Precision (TWP) January 5, 2014: This Week's Market Commentary Videos and Webinars.


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Watch this week's market commentary videos where Nick McDonald provides a market outlook for the week ahead on the Russell 2000 and US Equity Markets along with the US Dollar Index.
Also remember to register for this week's webinars below:
High Performance Trading For A Busy Lifestyle runs on:
How To Trade Forex With Precision runs on:
Also register for a unique webinar run by Nick McDonald on the 15th January titled "What do the Charts Say? A Look Ahead in US Equity and World Currency Markets" - Register here

NYT | Asian Morning Today's Headlines January 5, 2014.

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Top News
An explosion last Thursday rocked a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut, one day after authorities announced the arrest of a senior Saudi-born Qaeda leader.
Power Vacuum in Middle East Lifts Militants

By BEN HUBBARD, ROBERT F. WORTH and MICHAEL R. GORDON

The bloodshed that has engulfed Iraq, Lebanon and Syria exposes the emergence of a post-American Middle East in which no broker has the will or power to contain the region's sectarian hatreds.
Kerry Opens Door to Iran's Participation in Syrian Peace Talks

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

Secretary of State John Kerry's suggestion Sunday that Iranian diplomats might participate in peace talks on Syria was the first time a senior American official had indicated that Iran might have a role.
The Coast Guard vessel the Polar Star has accepted an Australian request to assist in rescue operations in Antarctica.
U.S. Vessel to Aid Ships Stranded in Antarctica

By EDWARD WONG

Australia said it had asked an American icebreaker to help rescue Chinese and Russian vessels surrounded by ice floes in Antarctica.
For more top news, go to INYT.com
Editors' Picks

OPINION | GRAY MATTER

How to Keep Your Resolutions

By KATHERINE L. MILKMAN and KEVIN G. VOLPP

Four tips for keeping New Year's resolutions, inspired by recent research on behavioral economics and health.

ARTS

Phil Everly, Half of a Pioneer Rock Duo That Inspired Generations, Dies at 74

By JON PARELES

Songs by Mr. Everly and his older brother, Don Everly, carried the close fraternal harmonies of country tradition into pioneering rock 'n' roll.
. Video  Video: Saying Farewell to a Rock Icon
World
Activists from Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh's largest Islamic political party, and the Bangladesh National Party clashed with supporters of the Awami League in Rajshahi on Sunday.
Boycott and Violence Mar Elections in Bangladesh

By ELLEN BARRY

The main opposition group refused to participate in the voting, driving down turnout, and political violence left at least 19 people dead.
Qaeda-Linked Militants in Iraq Secure Nearly Full Control of Falluja

By YASIR GHAZI and TIM ARANGO

Sunni militants fighting under the banner of Al Qaeda appeared to make gains across Anbar Province, also capturing the strategic town of Karma.
Edward J. Snowden
Senators Differ Sharply on Penalty for Snowden

By BRIAN KNOWLTON

Senator Rand Paul said he did not believe that Edward J. Snowden deserved the death penalty or life in prison for exposing national secrets, but Senator Charles E. Schumer said he should stand trial and face the consequences.
. Moves to Curb Spying Help Drive the Clemency Argument for Snowden
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World
Business
Management Be Nimble

By ADAM BRYANT

How to keep your company as fresh as a start-up? In hundreds of interviews, executives shared the paths they took to energize their corporate cultures.
Dick Metcalf was fired after a nuanced column in Guns & Ammo.
Banished for Questioning the Gospel of Guns

By RAVI SOMAIYA

A longtime columnist for a gun magazine questioned when the regulation of guns became infringement of the right to bear arms. He was quickly fired, squelching any debate.
President Johnson touring impoverished areas in 1964.

WASHINGTON MEMO

50 Years Later, War on Poverty Is a Mixed Bag

By ANNIE LOWREY

The debate over the government's role in creating opportunity and ending deprivation has flared anew, with inequality as acute as it was in the Roaring Twenties and the ranks of the poor and near-poor at record highs.
. Graphic  Graphic: 50 Years of Poverty
For more business news, go to INYT.com/Business
Technology

TECHNOPHORIA

Listen to Pandora, and It Listens Back

By NATASHA SINGER

The Internet radio service has started to mine user data for the best ways to target advertising. It can deconstruct your song choices to predict, for example, your political party of choice.

BITS BLOG

TabTale Cranks Up Its Game-Making Machine

By VINDU GOEL

The Israeli company isn't worried about sophisticated games. It's making games kids want to play and lots of them.
The roof of the Ford C-Max Solar Energi Concept is covered with photovoltaic cells.
From Ford, a Plug-In That Tracks the Sun

By MATTHEW L. WALD

A solar-powered Ford C-Max concept maximizes energy by finding its own place in the sun.
. Video  Video: C-Max Solar Technology
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Tech
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Sports
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) after Green Bay beat the Chicago Bears last Sunday for a postseason berth that seemed lost when Rodgers missed seven games.
Packers Fever Cools a Bit, and the Explanation Is Complex

By PAT BORZI

Even after the return of Aaron Rodgers and a fabulous ending to Week 17, it took until Friday for Green Bay to sell out Sunday's N.F.C. wild-card game against the San Francisco 49ers.
. Patriots Put Aside Chill and Await Next Opponent
Andrew Luck scoring after recovering a fumble. He led the Colts back from a 28-point second-half deficit.

COLTS 45, CHIEFS 44

Overwhelmed Early, Colts Overcome Chiefs With Huge Comeback

By BEN STRAUSS

The Colts trailed, 38-10, early in the third quarter but stormed back behind Andrew Luck, who threw for 443 yards and 4 scores, to beat the Chiefs in an A.F.C. wild-card game.
. Interactive Box Score
Nick Foles being sacked by Akiem Hicks and Cameron Jordan in the second half, during which the teams scored 37 points.

SAINTS 26, EAGLES 24

After Long Wait, Good Things Come to Visiting Saints

By BILL PENNINGTON

The Saints earned their first road playoff victory 46 seasons after their debut in the N.F.L., beating the Eagles on a 32-yard field goal as time expired.
. Interactive Box Score
For more sports news, go to INYT.com/Sports
U.S. News
Mr. Ilagan with Alberto Belmes, one of the growers of genetically modified papayas whose views helped change Mr. Ilagan's mind.
A Lonely Quest for Facts on Genetically Modified Crops

By AMY HARMON

When a bill to ban genetically engineered crops on the island of Hawaii was introduced, doubts nagged at Greggor Ilagan, a councilman, about what the risks were, if any, of the crops.
Mapping Poverty in America
Data from the Census Bureau show where the poor live.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US
Opinion
President Obama met in Dallas on Nov. 5 with workers helping people navigate the HealthCare.gov website.

OPINIONATOR | THE CONVERSATION

Happy New Year, Politicians. Seriously.

By DAVID BROOKS and GAIL COLLINS

The columnists spar over life, liberty and the pursuit of Obamacare.

EDITORIAL

Rampant Prosecutorial Misconduct

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Evidence is often withheld from the defense, and courts rarely hold prosecutors accountable.

OP-ED COLUMNIST

The Commish, the 2nd Time Around

By MAUREEN DOWD

Can Bill Bratton, the old and new police commissioner, stop the "Bonfire of the Vanities" predicted by the Bloombergians?
. Columnist Page

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