The Wellness Clarinet LTD

 

 

 

The Wellness Clarinet LTD is founded by David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

Intention In Motion Milestones

 

Take 10 session of consultancy to reach your burning intention. Whether you simply want your money to work for you or to develop a personal or business idea we have the solution.

 

The investment levels we are looking for are a minimum of $8000 for the CFD account, and a minimum of £50,000 on the other account.

 

Based on the same principle of compounding your money monthly, look at the following 4 examples below which are based on only 3% growth a month, how incredibly well would you say you can achieve at a higher investment level? Bearing in mind, one of our accounts have averaged 7% a month for the last 6 years, and the other 24% a month for the last 6 months.

 

If you were to initially invest £1000 putting in £200 a month at 3% per month, let’s assume at a target of £36% per year. After 15 years of compounding at 36% per year you will have £1,709,085.39.

 

If you were to initially invest £2000 putting in £200 a month at 3% per month, let’s assume at a target of £36% per year . After 15 years of compounding at 36% per year you will have £1,929,903.37.

 

If you were to go for it and initially invest £5000 putting in £200 a month at 3% per month, let’s assume at a target of £36% per year . After 15 yearsof compounding at 36% per year you will have £2,592,357.31.

 

If you were to really go for it and initially invest £10,000 putting in £500 a month at 3% per month, let’s assume at a target of £36% per year. After 15 years of compounding at 36% per year you will have £5,928,848.32, and that is by adding only £6000 a year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How To Get Music Sponsorship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Get Music Sponsorship

 

 

 

The first step in getting a music sponsorship is typically to know and understand your audience. Most companies or organizations that might offer you sponsorship money will want some form of advertising or endorsement in return, so it can be helpful to show them demographics on your current and potential fan bases. After you have this type of information, you can write an introductory letter to send to potential sponsors. You can also craft a more in depth presentation to provide to any companies that express interest in offering you a music sponsorship. The process of finding companies or organizations that offer sponsorships can be simplified by using Internet based resources, though you can also inquire within your local arts community.

Sponsorships are a type of music funding that an artist or band can acquire from numerous different sources. This money can be used to fund tours, cover recording costs, or for other various expenses. Many large corporations offer music sponsorships, though they typically come with some strings attached. There may be advertising or endorsement requirements, so it can be helpful to start off by doing some research on both your fan base and potential sources of music sponsorship.

Demographics are typically very important to companies that offer music sponsorships because they usually have certain groups of people that they want to market to. If you can research your current fan base by polling them via your website or other means, this information can be very useful when constructing an introductory letter or presentation. Another tactic is to research the general demographics of people who listen to and buy your type of music, since these groups represent your potential new fans any time you go on tour.

How To Get Music Sponsorship

After you have done some research, you can craft an introductory letter to send out to potential sponsors. This document should be concise and convey all the relevant information, such as the potential benefits you can offer in return if you receive a music sponsorship. You will typically want to include a request to follow up with more detailed information. If your initial contact with a company or organization is successful, they will usually request a more in depth presentation.

Your in depth presentation should typically begin with a detailed rundown of why you need a music sponsorship, the way you will use the money, and why this opportunity will benefit your sponsor. Other details can include your tour itinerary, the venues you will attend, and the demographics of the people that will be exposed to your sponsor’s brand. A well organized presentation and the promise of a solid return on a company or organization’s investment can be instrumental in securing a music sponsorship.

How To Get Music Sponsorship

 

 

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Women Peace and Security

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

 

We’ve been looking at relaxation as a means to begin the process of releasing the physical body from stress, stress being responsible for 85% of human illness; bringing the mind into the present moment as much as possible. There are many ways to do this; the 321 relaxation technique is perhaps the simplest. The number 3 representing a relaxed body, 2 a relaxed mind and 1 your special place of relaxation. So we are in the realm of Claritique and Intention into Motion…

 

Therefore whatever your intention may be, whether it is to make a change of lifestyle or to feel better inside, you will need to be able to build the resource of a relaxed body and mind from your special place of relaxation, which can be a great memory or a created mental scenario. What is important here is that the mental imagery you choose, be it a fantastic memory or a creation of mental imagery, acts as a resource for you to step in and out so you can experience and recall the beauty of that scenario mentally and physically through your senses. Certainly a relaxed mind balances the body, and opens your brain to make new connections.

 

These new neural connections which may be tentative at first, when reinforced with practice will eventually bring about the changes you desire as a living breathing human being in the real world. Think of how a radio works. It sends out a wave signal through the air on a particular frequency; connecting to another entity on the same frequency, which could be on the other side of the earth or even on another planet, the human brain works in a similar way. Thoughts focused into a recurring mental picture of your choosing, reinforced and supported by your feelings and emotions associated with that picture. Feelings that intensify the more you do it, connects to a similar entity somewhere in the universe until it appears for you in the real world.

 

So we are talking of creating or recalling a mental visual scape, in other words a visualisation. We visualize using our visual internal eyes. Close your eyes and what do you see? Some people have a rich palette of experience when they close their eyes, seeing pictures, or their very special place of relaxation, remembered or created in vivid detail, bright and panoramic, relative to life size. The various shapes beings and elements around them, be it a lark in the sky, a beach or another person. Rich in colour, focused, with sounds and movement, associated in the picture experiencing everything there so real. Feel and hear everything as real, the sensations in your body and touching your skin. Feel the warmth of the air around on the skin; weight and warmth of your feet on the ground, the clothes on the skin. Hearing sound of breath at an even pace; birdsong, the sea or the gentle hum of conversation in the distance, the taste of the air, be it the salty sea, or the aroma of Chanel no5.

 

Maybe you see nothing when you close your eyes. But believe me; you have in your rich palette of senses a sub distinction of experience that kicks the picture into place for you. I had problems visualising then I discovered that adding movement within the mental picture gave it the intensity necessary. For another person it may be a particular tone, pitch, timbre, melody, rhythm, direction of sound or even pulse rate.

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

Musically Inspired Change for Women Peace Security

 

 

(For people desiring to squeeze more juice from life)

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

1. Can you share one Intention you most desire to achieve?

2. Imagine some likely future situation, what happens when you see yourself making your Intention
come real?

3. Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax and feel good? Some people say their
own home and this is good, can you think of another?

4. Being appreciated and respected is a human need, we can all remember at least one time when
we felt appreciated and respected. What happens as you begin to feel loved and respected?

5. What drives your passion positively? Passion sometimes reaches boiling point. What happens
when your passion for something, someone or a situation in your life was so intense it was on
fire, burning inside you with life?

6. When you learn new ways to do act on intention, beautifully your chances of making it come real
multiplies. What else happens as you begin to learn new possibilities?

7. Having a deep sense of fulfilment from within is the best elixir imaginable, magically bringing
you freedom, happiness and satisfaction. It’s good to know that people find different things
fulfilling. Can you remember a time when you felt totally fulfilled?

8. Wow moments often come unexpectedly and are often amazing thrilling us to bits. Can you
describe five different wow moments in your life?

9. The word enrichment conjures up a colourful palette of positive emotions in us. Can you tell me
what the word enrichment means to you?

10. Music is an incredible healing force, enriching the human spirit, also opening and
strengthening the connection between the body and mind. Is there any music giving you
strong feelings?

David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

 

http://wellklar.com/easy-work-from-home-earners/

 

 

 

Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.
What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women Peace Security

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A General Clarinet Video

David Jean-Baptiste Introduces The Basset-horn and The Bass Clarinet

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Mastering Speed and Agility With Eddie Daniels

Eddie Daniels is that rarest of rare musicians who is not only equally at home in both jazz and classical music, but excels at both with breathtaking virtuosity.

Expert testimony from the jazz world comes from the eminent jazz critic Leonard Feather, who said of Eddie, “It is a rare event in jazz where one man can all but reinvent an instrument bringing it to a new stage of revolution.”

From the classical side, Leonard Bernstein said “Eddie Daniels combines elegance and virtuosity in a way that makes me remember Arthur Rubenstein. He is a thoroughly well-bred demon.”

Eddie first came to the attention of the jazz audience as a tenor saxophonist with the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra. When Thad and Mel first organized their band in 1966 to play Monday nights at the Village Vanguard in New York (where it still plays), Eddie was one of the first musicians they called. Later that year, he sank $400 in a round-trip flight to Vienna to enter the International Competition for Modern Jazz, a contest organized by the pianist Fredrich Gulda and sponsored by the city of Vienna, and won first prize on saxophone. He continued working with Thad and Mel over the next several years and toured Europe extensively with them.

A single clarinet solo recorded with the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis orchestra, “Live at the Village Vanguard” garnered sufficient attention for him to win Downbeat Magazine’s International Critics New Star on Clarinet Award. This conversion to clarinet was not new, for Eddie began clarinet at age 13 and received his Masters in Clarinet from Juilliard. Winning numerous Grammy awards and nominations, Eddie Daniels revolutionized the blend of jazz and classical.

Eddie Daniels is clearly a renaissance musician, a virtuoso in both jazz and classical music, recipient of unreserved accolades from his peers, from critics, and from the public. Eddie’s overriding ambition is to reach as many people as possible with his music, to enlarge the audience for both jazz and classical music and at the same time to tear down the walls separating them. In Eddie’s hands, the music of Mozart can be as engaging as that of Charlie Parker and a concert featuring both can be a uniquely rewarding experience for the audience.

Eddie Daniels

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The Clarinet Family

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A very special link on the Clarinet Family sent to me and created by a very special person in Paris, enjoy and have fun, David

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Harry Sparnaay, The Bass Clarinet

Harry Sparnaay, The bass clarinet – A personal history

El Clarinete bajo – una historia personal

Published by Periferiamusic -Barcelona

www.periferiamusic.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bass Clarinet – a personal history    Book and CD

ISBN: 978-84-938845-0-5 / Price: 69 EUR


Harry Sparnaay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

El Clarinete bajo – una historia personal,  Libro y CD

ISBN: 978-84-938845-1-2 / Precio: 69 Euro

 

                                     Excerpts from the book

                                    page 7 – Table of Contents

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page 14 – Chapter 3: From the very beginning until now

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page 31 – Chapter 4: Concise history of the bass clarinet

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page 57 – Chapter 6: Range

Part 6b:The high notes

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page 138 – Chapter 8: Special techniques/effects

Part 8n: Multiphonics

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page 143 – Chapter 8: Special techniques/effects

Part 8n: Multiphonics

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page 248 – Chapter 15: Biography

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Comments, Critics and Reviews

 

 Ana Lara – composer / Mexico

I’ve always admired Harry Sparnaay.

First of all because he has convinced everyone that the bass clarinet is a great instrument capable of doing everything imaginable and unimaginable and has created a very extensive repertoire. And then also because he formed a new generation of not only virtuosi, but also of great bass clarinettists.

He is the great master of the bass clarinet.

Everything about the instrument he knows and is using all his sound possibilities with an immense enthusiasm.

All he needed to do was writing the long-awaited book on his instrument and he did so.

And the book is wonderful, funny and profound. All you have to know about the instrument is included, written with the same lightness and depth it’s author has. Many examples, many stories but mostly this book is him, with his charm, intelligence and talent.

This is a must for music lovers and musicians (performers and composers).

Harry Sparnaay has the great talent to combine his personal experiences (not without humor) with essential information for those who want to write for or to play the bass clarinet.

Thanks Harry for this book. The title says it all, it is a reflection of the passion for your instrument, music and life, a life you have spent to share with us the beauty and power of the bass clarinet.

Thank you so much for this great gift you gave to us all.

 

Luiz Rocha – bass clarinettist / Brasil

I have been fortunate to read your book already, I bought the first edition in English.
I loved the quality of your book, the depth of the technical part and the personal tone of the narrative. Many congratulations.

 

Ernesto Molinari – bass clarinettist / Switzerland

Your book arrived a few weeks ago and I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading it.  It is not only informative but entertaining as well!  Your passionate journey and your quest to fathom new worlds of sounds, notations and techniques has inspired clarinetists and bass clarinetists (including myself!) and continues to do so.  I wish there had been a book like yours while I was beginning my own quest over twenty years ago.  I will recommend your book to all of my students and introduce it in my master classes in Darmstadt and Graz  because it is a genuine personal history of the bass clarinet journey still under way.  Thank you for taking the time and effort to write a book while still continuing a full concert and teaching schedule and for sharing your experiences, your discoveries and your passion for music!  

Congratulations, Harry!!!

 

David Bennett Thomas – composer / USA

I just finished your amazing book.  I can’t imagine a more informative
and helpful book for anyone wanting to play or compose for the bass
clarinet.  I read all of the text on the train, and finally had a minute

to listen through the musical examples.  I’m so glad I did!  It
was amazing to hear those sounds.  There were some effects that I
didn’t even know were possible.  The book is very well written, in an
enjoyable and sometimes humorous style.  Who would have thought that a
book about the bass clarinet would be such a page-turner!
Now if we can just get someone to write a similar book for every other
instrument to help those wanting to compose.

 

Sungji Hong – composer / Korea

A vast amount of experience is collected within this book, where we find a wide range of extended techniques explained with diverse examples of contemporary music.

It leads us into the musical journey of Harry Sparnaay, whose career is a true history of contemporary bass clarinet music.
‘The Bass Clarinet’ by Harry Sparnaay will certainly be an inspiration for all clarinettists and composers who are seeking for a deep knowledge of the instrument.

 

Oğuz Büyükberber – bass clarinettist / Turkey

I remember the day my uncle brought a student model bass clarinet for me from Paris. It was the first bass clarinet I had ever seen in my whole life until then! In Turkey, it was so hard to have access to the right material in those days: Instruments, recordings, books… I was so lucky to travel all the way to study with you personally. But this book you wrote gives the possibility to musicians from all over the world to enjoy and benefit from your incredible knowledge, unprecedented experience and great personality. The high standard you set for this lovely instrument that I have so much passion for will only be clearer and better understood as a result of this book.

Thank you so much!

 

Jane O’Leary – composer / Ireland

A great reference book when writing my next piece for bass clarinet! It is a
wonderful achievement-congratulations.  With a life as full and rich as
yours, it’s so important to have it recorded in this way. Great fun to read
and hear all your stories. It feels like having a conversation/meeting with you when reading it….very nice!

It’s lovely!

 

Hugo Queirós – bass clarinettist / Portugal 

Thank you very much for writing your book. So easy and so exciting, for me it has been a pleasure to read and follow the great adventure that was your life with the bass clarinet!

Thank you for sharing so much valuable information and I hope you will continue sharing so much knowledge that you have about this noble instrument…

During your live you inspired great musicians and composers and with this book you will reach much more…

Congratulations for this masterpiece!

 

Daniel Schröder – (bass) clarinettist / Germany

I really enjoyed that your book is written from such a personal point of view. It is so much nicer to read if you got an impression what a special subject means to the person who is telling you about it. Then it is like a story that is told and you like to listen to.

 

Al Wegener – composer-bass clarinettist / USA

It is a great book … like all your reviewers say. And I have found it very useful for my bass clarinet composing and performance. The book cost me $135 U.S. dollars. That, here in the U.S. and now, is just a lot of money but the book is well worth. Perhaps a good idea to put up some selected pages from the book on your web site to give folks a taste, perhaps including some audio too? Buying the book blind this will make sales easier.

Thanks for everything you do for the bass clarinet!

 

Roderik de Man – composer / the Netherlands

“Maybe the bass clarinet has been waiting all these years for Harry Sparnaay” wrote William Littler (Toronto Star) in the seventies.

We may now add: This certainly is the book bass clarinettists and composers have been waiting for all these years.

The book is a real gem!!!

 

Sarah Watts – bass clarinettist / England

When you would expect that as it is Harry Sparnaay writing a book it will be absolutely full of contemporary music and nothing else, than you will be really pleasantly surprised that it is so much more. It isn’t just a personal history; it covers everything about the bass clarinet.

Harry Sparnaay – a personal history, is really a must for everyone who wants to know more about the bass clarinet. It is a huge wealth of information from the history of the instrument to information on general techniques, contemporary techniques and repertoire. Also it is full of information about other players and I like the way that contact details are included for many players from around the world and products associated with the instrument. It is written from the heart with much affection and humor.

 

Luc Lee – bass clarinettist / Taiwan

This book is bass clarinetist’s gift!!

It includes so much bass clarinet information.

Let me learn more about bass clarinet. I enjoyed it very~~~ very much!!

I love this book.

Bravo!! Bravo!!!!

 

Sergio Blardony – Sulponticello, Revista on-line de música y arte sonora / Spain

Periferia Sheet Music surprises the music world with this book by the bass clarinettist Harry Sparnaay, that, far from being limited to mere theoretical and technical treatise, introduces the composer, performer and musician in general, to the world of his instrument from a personal and analytical point of view. It is a very well presented edition that includes a CD with multiple examples of the techniques discussed.

 

 To write a review about a theoretical treatise on an instrument (if that is indeed what we can call this book!) can tend to be complex and often be boring for the reader. However, the present case, the Periphery Sheet Music edition of “The Bass clarinet”, bass clarinetist Harry Sparnaay, dispels these fears from the very first page. Firstly, it is observed from the very beginning that this is a personal approach, living up to the caption that accompanies it (“a personal history”). Secondly, the author (without doubt, one of the most important players of the bass clarinet) has managed to reconcile, on the one hand, extreme seriousness and technical rigor with irony and a frequent sense of humor, which makes the reading quite agreeable, on the other hand. This is something highly unusual in a book of this kind. These factors give to the written text something which, as I shall try to convey in this article, makes this editorial proposal both atypical and quite valuable. It is definitely a book addressed equally to performers and to composers, but the later will always be indebted to it. I will try to delve into why this is observed to be so, and precisely from the composer’s perspective, about which I am able to speak from experience.


Usually, when faced with an instrumental treatise, the composer’s main concern is, and in this order, 1) if it deals with the extended or contemporary techniques (something which that is generally not rare in any text of this kind) in case our own language proficiency is limited, 2) in which language is written and if it is “readable” (this generally is not considered a major problem); and finally 3), the abundance of tables and examples of the techniques (one is always on the hunt for a good table multiphonics …). If the text meets these needs, and does it well, it will be eligible to sit on the shelf of reference books in instrumentation. However, time and experience tells us that many treaties, for various reasons are not as useful as they might seem at first sight. In many cases, it is not so much that they contain incorrect or inaccurate information (of which there is generally a bit of that), but that over time the current techniques become a bit moldy or out of date. It is not uncommon to find that a multiphonics example cannot be realized due to small changes in the instruments or in the reeds, that are no longer used as commonly as in the time the books were written. These aspects are of great importance for the composer, as an inadequate organization of multiphonic examples in  a publication can mislead the composer into believing in a deceiving kind of soundscape where practically everything that appears in a table can be done exactly as the book says. We must also bear in mind that many of these books have been made in research settings in which the starting point was “possible” rather than “reason”, primarily because the motive was to study the physical and acoustic potentials of the instrument, rather than from the perspective of genuine usefulness for the composer (in these cases, good judgment and experience are to be expected of the composer, since there is no reason to limit a comprehensive technical or investigative text out of concern for the composer’s lack of understanding about the instrument).


The Bass Clarinet emerges from a completely different point of view than that of a purely investigative text or compilation of material. It emerges from the perspective of
​​being a useful book for composing precisely because it warns the creative mind of the illusions, very precisely setting limits on those techniques and aspects of the instrument that may be conflictive. One could argue that this route is dangerous or limiting because it tends to restrain the impulse to create and explore freely on the instrument, but nothing is further from the truth. Sparnaay makes it clear that almost anything is possible on the instrument, and what is not possible, can be generally be achieved with work and inquiry. This may be. However, the concept of “almost anything is possible” should be taken into careful consideration, because it is not productive to expected-limited possibilities from the instrument, or to cultivate an excessive confidence in the capabilities of the player to solve these challenges. Because the composer then falls into the trap of trespassing the very real technical impossibilities of the instrument.

 

From this perspective, I can cite a number of passages that clearly illustrate the focus of the book. For example, Mr. Sparnaay says of trills, tremolos and bisbigliando: “In general, playing trills does not pose major problems for us, but a trill c to c sharp in the low register is-on almost all bass clarinets-almost impossible”. Another example about the quarter-tone: “Also playing a phrase in an insanely high tempo, flying over three octaves, fortissimo and ‘Flatterzunge’, and full of quarter tones is meaningless. The result will be a terrible roar hawking without any discernible pitch. It looks nice and well thought-out, but it does not function at all! ” Or on multiphonics:” There are completely written out books with multiphonics which may give the impression to composers that actually all the notes sound clearly notated and equally and that you as composer can just go ahead. However this is a fallacy and seems to be misleading for many composers.” These quotes make clear the points about the book that I have tried to expose and explain, and the importance of a book like Sparnaay’s for realizing a logical and effective manner of writing for the instrument.

 

In addition to these aspects, perhaps the most relevant from a practical point of view, including the important collection of samples and examples contained on the CD that accompanies the book, and as I mention at the beginning of this article, is the particularly pleasing style in which the book is written. We feel as if we are privy to a very personal musical experience, and this implies the risk of coming across at times as excessive But Sparnaay dispels this through an effective combination of the essential objectives of the text. In other words, it is both completely original and personal and, at the same time equally effective from a “technical” point of view, all the time not coming across as labored or contrived. In this sense, it comes across as seamless in a very satisfactory way.

 

In regards to the organization of the book by chapter: in addition to a significant amount of text devoted to forms of notation, instrumental ranges, extended techniques, use of the instrument in an electro-acoustic context, etc., we also find chapters which are to be considered less common and which result very interesting and entertaining.  From the Personal introductionand “From the very beginning until now”,  to a journey through the history of the latest music, going all the way to a chapter devoted to programming of works for bass clarinet, there is even a section dedicated to stories and anecdotes that will give the reader a good laugh. On the practical level are the sections dedicated to repertory, publishers and music information centers, or to composers who have written works for the instrument, with various references to them, including the web.


In short, this is an essential book on the bass clarinet for the composer or performer, but it is also highly recommended to other music professionals who can find in this text transversal aspects which, above all, offer the occasion for reflection on ideas that transcend the specific study of an instrument.

 

Núria Giménez Comas – composer / Spain

For me it was the discovery of a fascinating personal history closely tied to development and sound research for an instrument that is (thanks to the dedication) very rich in possibilities. Consequently I think it is a practical tool for composers and performers through numerous examples and comments, resulting out of a huge experience in the field, making it a very important tool, we could say an obligatory one. I’m using the book very often now, it is very clear and practical!

Thanks Harry!

 

Marij van Gorkom – bass clarinettist / the Netherlands

I have read your book several times and enjoyed it very much. I find it very personal and very recognizable.

I dreaded a little bit to go through a multiphonics chart again, since it usually takes ages and ages because not everything works etc. 

But it only took me a quarter of an hour!

Great and really wonderful to have a chart which you can just pass on with the message that it really works and also for me as a Selmer player. 

Without doubt it’s clear to me that I will strongly recommend this book to every composer.

So, thanks again and again. 

 

Jacobo Durán Loriga – composer / Spain

Books on instrumental techniques can be very dry and boring. Lucky are they who are interested in the bass clarinet, because with “The bass clarinet” by Harry Sparnaay they have a book which is comprehensive and entertaining as well. On almost every page there’s a reason to smile, or laugh even, for example when he lists various remote regions of the globe that are ideal for studying the very high notes that can usually cause problems with family and neighbors.
The advice given to composers and musicians is priceless. Advice based on experience, not just on theory. It is the strength that comes from knowing what you are talking about and to argue from practical experience. With his guidance composers will know what can be done and how, and what best to be avoided, the way to use notation with advantages and disadvantages explained. All documented with photos, sheet music, fingering charts and a CD.

There is only one thing that would surpass this book. To have the author at your side to be consulted at any time, although I suspect that he would sometimes use his own book to have the most complete and reliable reference.

 

Petra Stump/Heinz-Peter Linshalm – bass clarinettists / Austria

We received your book about a week ago and read all the chapters by now.

It is not only a comprehensive encyclopaedia about the bass clarinet and its techniques but also an inspiring story of a life dedicated to the bass clarinet.  Complete in every respect!!!                Thank you for all your efforts!!!

 

Laura Carmichael – bass clarinettist / USA

You have written a superb book, with comprehensive examples, fingering charts, repertoire lists and stories of his forty-plus years of work with the bass clarinet. What stands out the most to me is the way your personal voice is heard throughout; the reader is exposed to the various sides of you: demanding and focused, funny and self-deprecating, energetic and sharp. Your stories, opinions (often dosed out with humour), and way of living with the bass clarinet are interwoven with a plethora of technical information. You let the reader in on your personal perspective, your thinking, motivations and drive. I cannot think of another clarinet book which achieves this combination of practical information with such a compelling informal voice. In the section about notation, “The Confusing Notation” and “The Really Bad Notation” I had to laugh out loud. The book is a rich resource, definitely a must have reference for bass clarinettists and composers, and no doubt useful to anyone interested in the development of the bass clarinet as a contemporary music solo instrument over the last forty years.

 

Montse Martínez Gracía – Consultant Feng Shui Traditional / Spain

What fantastic reviews and comments your book received!
Surely the fundamental value of the work is YOU, your personality and LOVE, in capital letters, your feelings for the music and your instrument.
This love is in everything you say when you speak about them, or during teaching or through anecdotes and it is certainly reflected and transmitted through reading your book.
Hence it isn’t an other music book . . . it is something different and very special.

 

Josep Barcons Palau – Revista Musical Catalana – / Spain

It is no exaggeration to say that Sparnaay has opened Pandora’s Box of the bass clarinet, giving the instrument a privileged place in the music of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, thus redeeming it from the secondary role it was sentenced to in the orchestras. This Pandora’s Box is now presented in a book that is like a Bible of the bass clarinet.

Like the Bible, consisting of several books, Sparnaay’s book contains several books in one: a technical book indispensable for both composers and instrumentalists (covering everything from the reeds to the notation of multiphonics), a history book, a catalogue of compositions, a collection of special effects and examples (with a CD attached), a multimedia reference source, and an autobiography.

The novel approach of the book is that even though the paragraphs and chapters are fully indexed and sorted, the contents know no boundaries and circulate freely from the beginning until the end.

 The text is like a sponge, having absorbed the lively, provocative and humorous style of the author; in the midst of a technical explanation, anecdotes and personal assessments appear.  

This book is suggested for anyone who wants to approach the world of contemporary music, the bass clarinet, or musical culture in general.

Sparnaay’s book crosses the same borders that the bass clarinet itself has crossed. He is the most authoritative voice on the art and history of bass clarinet, and now the fact that he has written about the instrument has become a significant historical event itself.

 

Ilse van de Kasteelen – singer-composer / the Netherlands

I have spent the past days with your book. BRAVO, what a wealth of information, what an adventure. And written as you are, driven and with a great sense of humor. Many people here will, like me, learn a lot from it. It is a privilege to be included.

 

Ainhoa Miranda – bass clarinettist / Spain

Not only seeing all what you have done for this amazing instrument but also to read all your experiences adds joy and fun to play it.

You make playing not difficult but interesting. Any new challenge becomes a trip through the sound and possibilities of an instrument that thanks to you is admired.

I am so happy for you writing this book!

A book that makes the bass clarinet to be alive

 

Gérard Pape – composer / France

How nice to find a book on the bass clarinet that does not
forget that there is a person behind the instrument! Not only the history of the instrument but also that of the instrumentalist! That your book is a “personal” history means a lot for me as it makes your advice to young instrumentalists to play with their soul, to find a sound that comes from who they are all the more important!! While your book is very helpful as to what is possible or
not on the instrument, you admit that the impossible does exist!

While you have found and describe many wonderful possibilities for the instrument, you also tell that certain things are really not so possible which is also quite honest and helpful!
So, I come to the conclusion thanks to your book that writing for an instrument s
hould also include a phase of testing one’s ideas with the player. Research in music is a real collaboration between player and composer. Your book is an invaluable report on many years of research and collaboration with composers.
Best wishes and thanks
.

 

Stephan Vermeersch – bass clarinettist / Belgium

I have been enjoying your book for the last two weeks; a must for every bass clarinettist and composer who wants to write for this beautiful instrument.

 I cannot think of any item that is not included, the recordings also are straightforward: no tricks.

Thank you very much for this beautiful work!

 

Jaap Bosman – bass clarinettist / the Netherlands                                                                   

I immediately copied the support strap Harry describes in chapter 7, “Playing position”. In this way the book paid itself. The strap is really great, much more comfortable than all the other ones. The bass clarinet literature list is the solution for the lonely bass clarinettist searching for new pieces. Everything you cannot find on the net is in the book, and the personal way of writing makes it an enjoyable book to read and use.

 

Didier MASSIAT – Copyright Department, Gérard Billaudot Editeur SA / France

I have just received your book, and all I could say can be summed up: congratulations for such a work!

The result is really marvellous.

 

Jetle Althuis – bass clarinettist / the Netherlands

The book is grand in many respects: it presents a good overview of not only the possibilities- but also the impossibilities of the bass clarinet. (For me as bass clarinettist is comforting to see some things are just not possible).

Here someone speaks with not only a wealth of knowledge and experience, the passion for the bass clarinets radiates from every passage you read.
On every page you sense the bass clarinet holds no secrets for Harry Sparnaay. To me it is most remarkable the book reads as if the writer is speaking directly to you. 

Harry Sparnaay is speaking!

This book is a must have for every (bass) clarinettist and is strongly recommended to composers.

 

Hans Joachim Hespos – composer / Germany

Many thanks for the wonderful book, the compendium of your life’s work
– you and your instrument -. It will be a standard work for many young musicians.

Many congratulations!

 

Gabriel Brnčić – composer / Spain

An excellent book. Amongst so many absurd and badly composed books this truly is a breath of fresh air. Many congratulations to you and your co-workers.

 

Anton Willems – bass clarinettist / the Netherlands

Congratulations on your beautiful book. I have it and I’m still reading it with great pleasure. It is an inspiring book, especially because it has a relaxed and often humorous personal style (I think so, but so your lessons often were), but really to the point regarding the possibilities and impossibilities, and everything is told with passion. The CD sounds very beautiful and natural in terms of sound. For me it is a very valuable addition to the bass clarinet literature. Often these books are quite business like and dry thus boring to read. It really surprised me.
I hope the book finds its way to the musicians well.

 

Frans Moussault – bass clarinettist / the Netherlands

I adore your book. The best thing I bought over the last years.
When I read it I hear you talking. The next week I’ll go through it and study the
standard techniques in the book and they will undoubtedly inspire me.
I am a proud disciple of the writer.

 

Sarah Watts – HARRY SPARNAAY INTERVIEW FOR CASSGB (Clarinet & Saxophone Society of Great Britain – www.cassgb.org)

In May I went to see Harry Sparnaay perform a concert in Barcelona and also to interview him about my research on multiphonics. During my trip I also made time to talk to Harry about his new book ‘Harry Sparnaay, the bass clarinet – a personal history’.

SW: My first question to you is why did you decide to write this book?

HS: Why did I write it? Well first of all I have to be honest already years ago they asked me  to do something and I said no. Now this is very interesting – it has nothing to do with music. I have one problem. When I have to do something in my house or something else I make a list. And I love to do this! So I make a list and when I have finished everything on the list … the satisfaction!! And that is the mistake of what I did!! Two years ago Roderik de Man (the composer) asked me and said you have to do it! I said no. The next day I was sitting at the computer and I made a list of what I thought had to be included in the book. And that was the mistake! The next day I was speaking with my wife about something and I said wait a moment and I went to the computer – that was a mistake and from that moment on it was nearly every day and of course I have so many things that have happened, so many pieces written. So first I wrote what came in my mind and then I was doing this until the day before going to print. So that was the reason.

SW: I expected and I think many people in the UK would expect that as it is you writing a book it will be absolutely full of contemporary music and nothing else. And it was really pleasant that it was so much more. It wasn’t just your personal history, it covers everything about the bass clarinet … was that your intention?

HS: Yes. That was my intention. That’s why I am really pleased and I am especially pleased with the critics and comments on the book because everybody is mentioning what you are saying and that was what I wanted. I have read a lot of serious books and that’s not me – I love jokes, I love life. I cannot write a complete serious book because when I was writing for example about quarter tones immediately I was thinking of the bad things! That’s why I said that I didn’t want to write a book about the bass clarinet – I wanted to do it a personal way. I think I succeeded quite well. Still when I look at it and read it I am still laughing.

SW:  You have many musical examples in your book. How did you go about selecting them?

HS: I was talking for example about notation and then I thought wait a moment I have a memory that is incredible. You say slap tongue on high F sharp and I remember a piece. I was writing quarter tones and I thought that piece is a beautiful example or there is that piece where they are not working. So it was always about what I wrote and then the piece came. I did not choose because it was a friend .. no no no. Or sometimes I had a piece that was so badly written down- but I love the composer. One piece for bass clarinet and harp was handwritten – so I cleaned it myself. It is very important that the music is very good in a book so the paper is beautiful, the book is beautiful and also the examples have to be beautiful.

SW: I also thought it would be full of contemporary extracts, but you have chosen all types of music from orchestral, to lyrical…

HS: But when you listen in my car I have Jazz music. I love Jazz music. I play contemporary music because I like it very much to play, but believe me in my house we nearly never listen to contemporary music.

SW: Looking to the future. One aspect I really like about the book is that it is full of information about other players so it is not at all a book just about you. I like the way that contact details are included for many players around the world.

HS: That is important and really I mean it.  When I started and became more known the only thing I always had in mind was that I was afraid that when I stopped there would not be another idiot who is going on with the instrument. I do not worry anymore.  I said in my book that we really have so many who are playing bass clarinet.  But that was not when I started.

SW: I always say to my audiences that to be a bass clarinetist you have to be crazy!

HS: Yes you have to be crazy, but you will see I did not mention everybody that would be impossible. But you can see how many players we have now. People who are really playing bass clarinet and not just just because they have to play in orchestra. They really go on and influence composers. The only really selfish thing in the book is the repertoire list. It is my repertoire. That is the only thing that is me alone. Already that is 14/15 pages.  But the rest  … I was so happy when your recording came and I included it immediately in the book because I thought this is interesting because I don’t have a recording of that piece as it is not my repertoire.  Do I ignore them? No, that would be stupid. I have an ideal of what is good – but that may not be others ideals. I don’t play Schoeck (sonate), but that doesn’t mean it is a bad piece of course – my students play Schoeck. I don’t play in orchestra, but my students are using Michael Drapkin’s orchestral excerpts books.

SW: Do you have any nice memories of concerts in the UK

HS: What I loved was the series with the composer Barry Anderson.  He was the director of the West Square Electronic Music Group. And also Stephen Montague was there. I played a beautiful piece by Barry Anderson for bass clarinet, string quartet and electronics. I loved it very much and we played about 20 concerts all over the UK with the Arts Council. I also played the SOLO by Stockhausen and Monodies by Jonty Harrison. I love to be in England to play and we did a lot of things like when Jonathan Harvey wrote his Trio (Riot for bass clarinet, flute and piano).  But I must be honest – the last ten years I did not visit England

Harry Sparnaay – “ A Personal History”,  is really a must for everyone who wants to know more about the bass clarinet. It is a huge wealth of information from the history of the instrument to information on general techniques, contemporary techniques, repertoire, players from around the world and products associated with the instrument. It is written from the heart with much affection and humour.

The book is published by Periferia Music www.periferiamusic.com                                            It can also be purchased in the UK at Howarths Music Shop in London.

Herbert Noord – music critic / the Netherlands

In pop music, especially in English a biography or autobiography of a famous pop star or group, is an accepted phenomenon. In recent decades dozens of those books have appeared. Keith Richards, Patti Smith and Sammy Hagar were recently responsible for this kind of book. Also in jazz it is not unusual to write a book about the live and times of an interesting musician. I have books in my library from Mingus and Miles to Chet Baker and Ben Webster

Biographies or autobiographies of Dutch (jazz) musicians are very rare, the only one I own are those of  Cees Schrama and Rein de Graaff! In front of me is now a special edition. Special in multiple meanings. It is an autobiography of a Dutch musician who wrote at the same time a biography about an unusual instrument: the bass clarinet. The book is originally written in Dutch, translated into English and then published by a Spanish publisher.

Books written by musicians are not that usual, they are rare birds. Harry Sparnaay is such a rare bird. In this fascinating book, he describes his development to become an internationally acclaimed musician, his discovery of the bass clarinet and his contribution to the recognition of this instrument, often regarded with suspicion by the established musical elite.

What makes this book a special book? Not just the fact that in the Netherlands almost no books are and were written by musicians and published, but also the fact that reading is fun even for those readers who don’t belong to the order of bass clarinet players .

Why a review of this book is in a magazine that is mainly involved in jazz, is due to the link which exists between the writer and jazz. Harry made music for years with celebrities in the Amsterdam Bohemia Jazz Quintet and brought it later to performances with Theo Taldick’s famous big band. Although Harry’s musical life started with an accordion on his belly, his first love was the tenor saxophone. To become a jazz saxophonist was his dream. Young Harry heard the music of all the saxophonists that he could get his hands on, from Stan Getz to Coltrane and Hawkins to Young, to make that dream a reality. When he took his first steps in the Dutch jazz scene, it was with a tenor saxophone tied round his neck. But not after his father had decreed that he also should gain a solid musical background by studying at the Amsterdam conservatory. At that time, late fifties, early sixties, the tenor saxophone was a highly suspect instrument at the conservatories. The overall thought was that those kind of instruments were essentially played in dark cellars. It was “not done”.

Harry was allowed to do an entrance exam and played on his sax “Well You Need It” composed by Monk. His choice raised the eyebrows of the examination committee. Fortunately a member of the committee recognized a true musician and on the condition that Harry switched to clarinet they admitted him to become a conservatory student.

He studied clarinet diligently when at one point the teacher came in with a bass clarinet and invited his students to try this instrument. Harry tried also and discovered at the same time that this should become ‘his’ instrument. He became hooked on this wonderful instrument. The bass clarinet originated sometime between 1730 and 1750. It was the great Adolphe Sax in 1835, who made some important modifications and who set the standard that led to the current instrument.

Repertoire

Harry describes in his book, his relentless struggle for adequate modern repertoire for the bass clarinet. There were almost no written pieces for bass clarinet, and if they were aware of the instrument they had to be forced to compose for this instrument. Because of this lack of written material Harry created a self-imposed task, namely to encourage composers to write for his instrument. He succeeded wonderfully well. Keep in mind that the first concert for bass clarinet dates from 1955! There are now hundreds of compositions written for this instrument and more appear on a weekly basis. Harry may be blamed for this success.
There is an ample amount of this material by Harry recorded on sound carriers. So he is also featured on the newly released recordings of the Theo Loevendie consort. In this last group he had made his move to the bass clarinet and played with the tenor Hans Dulfer.

On another CD Harry had recorded a tribute to Eric Dolphy a bass clarinettist highly admired by Harry. The beautifully illustrated book includes many examples of notations, fingering diagrams for directions and advice concerning ‘How to build a repertoire’ and a clear explanation of the techniques of  “circular breathing” and “multiphonics”.

What makes the book attractive not only for bass-clarinet musicians but also for a general reader is the clear but curiosity provoking way this matter is made accessible.

And for those who thought it was all very serious there are a lot of pages with wonderful stories and anecdotes.

“At the first rehearsal the conductor greeted me with the smell of a Scotch whisky distillery around him that almost floored me. It seemed to me that he already swallowed half the annual production of this Scottish distillery. I hoped that he would skip his drinking before the concert, but that was a bit naive, to put it mildly.

Indeed my hope proved to be thoroughly idle the next day. The conductor had consumed the other half of the annual production. There was a strong Scottish influence on changes and tempo. A strict supervision from the conductors-stand was out of the question.

As a soloist you can still get away at such a disaster but how about an entire orchestra? It ended up in one big cluster”.

 

Harry Sparnaay -The bass clarinet / a personal history                                                                   Published by

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Harry Sparnaay

Music and Memory

 

Retention and Recall are quite simply what memory is all about. It is the ability to hear music in your head by heart, and to be able to recall the music by heart where and when it is needed. Your brain’s ability to retain and recall information is staggering, you have virtually unlimited potential; you will find practical techniques to master retention and recall later in this book.

Types of memory

There are several kinds of memory and it’s useful to know about them.These are, muscularmemory; aural memory; visual memory, where the musician creates a mental picture of the music score and or the geography of an instrument. There is standard memory, hand memory, intellectual memory, the type of memory that is based on analysing the music in detail, working memory, long-term memory, eidetic memory and déjà vu.

Muscular memory consists of the movements of the hands, arms and fingers that the brain recalls easily if there has been a lot of repetition in the learning process. So for muscular memory repetition is vital. Dancers have a saying `get the dance in the muscle´. The same applies to musicians.

Aural memory consists simply of remembering the tune in your head, basically picking the notes from out of the air. This can be developed to include the chord changes of the song, recognising patterns, scales and intervals. We all have some natural aural memory because everyone can sing or whistle a tune without access to the music. Attaining a highly developed aural memory requires much training; jazz and folk music demands its performers to be particularly
developed in this area.

Visual memory relates to the written music page. This is about recognising patterns and shapes on the page, and reproducing them in your mind’s eye; this could be called photographic memory. You can remember the way the music is set out on the page and actually what the notation looks like in the form of a picture in your mind.

Standard memorization gives the musician the ability to begin at any point in the music, and to play until a specific point in the music. This type of memorization requires more practice and concentration than hand memorization (see below). Those who want to become instructors must be good at standard memorization, because they will be required to play small portions of music during the teaching process. It is also very convenient to cut the
length of a particular piece for time-constrained performances.

Hand memory is not a conscious type of memorization like you might use to learn musical terms like adagio, allegretto or the running order of songs in a concert. Instead, the brain actually memorizes the pattern followed by the fingers and the musician generally does not need to think about what they are playing as it happens. This type of memorization is excellent when the musician needs to play the entire piece from memory. However, it is not quite as powerful as standard memorization.

Intellectual memory consists of knowing and analysing how the music is constructed in every detail inside and out. Things like knowing all the scales, arpeggios and chords, recognising and remembering them as they appear in the music aid intellectual memory. Chords are particularly helpful since they show how most of the notes
relate to each other. Knowing about chords, progressions and structures helps to understand how the music unfolds.

Working memory or short-term memory is quite simply the amount of musical information that a person can hold for a brief period of time in the conscious part of mind. Modern research has shown that a person can hold up to seven plus or minus two chunks of information at a time, before they basically trance out. This can be a very useful thing to know when taking in information.

Long-term memory is information that we keep stored for a long time. Most people can remember the first song they learned to play on their instrument. Long-term memory has virtually infinite capacity.

Eidetic memory, photographic memory, or total recall is the ability to recall images, sounds, or objects in memory with great accuracy and in seemingly unlimited volume; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had this ability.
Déjà vu , a subjective feeling that an experience that is occurring for the first time has been
experienced before. This is moving more into the paranormal aspect of memory. However this has happened to me on more than one occasion, where I found myself playing in a place where I had only previously visited in a dream.

Fringe Benefits

In addition to music, musicians are generally excellent at memorizing just about anything. Many times, the unconscious ability to memorize comes as a surprise to adults who began music education as a young child. Often, they do not equate their unique ability with thecountless hours of instrument practice and sight-reading. However, there is definitely a significant advantage when memorization skills are developed at young age and are not the sole focus of one’s efforts. Memorization abilities are merely a side effect of doing something amusician loves to do, playing and playing well from memory.

Those who realize their unique ability to memorize will excel in other areas of their life, in education for example. And, the ability to utilize the brain’s power to memorize increases confidence and allows older adults to maintain their memory function longer than those who have never had any sort of musical training. Certainly piano players are often considered the best memorizing musicians. In reality this is not really true, playing any musical instrument
well and spending the time necessary to perfect passages of any sort will give the musician a definitive ability to stay sharp and focused throughout their lifetime.

There are many ways that music assists our memory processes. Some music helps to hold part of our attention, and we take in more information in a highly focused state. Such music can lead people into an alpha brain wave state. The music of Johann Sebastian Bach has power to do this. Try writing or reading while listening to Bach. Alpha is a perfect learning state for taking in information through auditory channels. Music also evokes emotions and stimulates
visual imagery.

Have Fun, David

David Jean-Baptiste

© The Wellness Clarinet Ltd 2012

David’s Musical Memory Excercise

Sample from the book:Music and Memory (www.myspace.com/musicandmemory)

(David’s Musical Memory Exercise)

Think of the last time you played, maybe with friends, in a concert situation or in your bedroom or a practice room; choose a pleasant memory. Were you sitting or standing? Were there other people with you, other musicians and/or an audience? What clothes were you wearing? See the colours of the cloth, textures and feel of the material on your skin. What was the air like? Were you outside or in? Was it light or dimmer? Is the picture still or moving? Become more aware of movement. Feel the instrument in your hand, the pressure keys under your fingers, how were you breathing as you played or sang. Were you hot, warm or comfortable at room temperature? What did you play and for how long? Were you playing fast or slow, loud or soft? How many sounds were there? What was your tone like? As your memory becomes richer in detail, in your inner ear what direction does the sound come from? Feel your connection with the instrument grow. Feel the music you played in your body, it’s rhythm, harmonies and melodies… and make them louder in your mind’s ear. Enjoy the weight of your feet on the ground. Where in your body did you feel the music, allow this feeling to grow? Become aware of the notes as you played, the higher ones and lower ones. As this memory becomes clearer and more detailed, are you in the mental picture (associated)? Or are you looking at yourself in the picture (disassociated)? Is your picture focused or unfocused? Find the zoom lens of your camera and zoom in. Then step into the picture, make it brighter and panoramic (see all around you)…Now double the feeling and the passion… and then again. Do this as often as you like until you are totally there and more…

 

Have fun with it…

David Jean-Baptiste

© The Wellness Clarinet Ltd 2012

Oriental Young Ladies of Clarinet

Why Learn The Clarinet

Just want to share with you a few thoughts about the clarinet and why I believe it a good choice of instrument to learn.

The clarinet is one of those instruments when a learn to play clarinet online person reaches an acceptable level of ability it brings a sense of as the French say, a certain Je ne sais quoi…When a person is able to express themselves on a musical instrument, there is a corresponding emotion associated with it. Loud amplified electric guitar playing can make the player feel indestructible. The saxophone is generally louder and more often seen and heard than its brother the clarinet, and people generally feel a connection to popularity and sense of release when playing it. The trumpet is regal, perfect to proclaim the fanfare of kings. In jazz the trumpet is looked upon as a leaders instrument. Think of Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, Wynton Marsalis to name a few.

The clarinet on the other hand has a little something intangible to it. A combination of clarity in tone, finesse in sound delivery and a tad above the rest, in the best possible meaning of course. Also in classical music there is a healthy repertoire of music written for the instrument.

Maybe it’s the fine keywork in relation to wood, lathed into a conical bore. Yes there are metal clarinets and plastic clarinets, even clarinets made from glass. There is something about the wood, rosewoods, grenadilla, African blackwoods, cocobollo, the distinctive shape of the instrument and the focused sound, that in my opinion sets it above the rest.

So far I have been referring to the more often seen B flat clarinet in this article to learn to play clarinet online. When we bring other members of the clarinet family into the equation, the appeal of the clarinet sky rockets exponentially. The bass clarinet is totally sublime, the contra-bass clarinet can be dark and dirty, perfect for adding weight and authority to bass lines in any music genre. The basset-horn can be so sweet sounding at the top of the instrument, with a singing quality to it. Then sounds like the younger brother of the bass clarinet in its lower register. It’s no surprise that Mozart fell in love with the basset-horn.

So there you have it, learn to play the clarinet…The instrument is perfectly poised to grace ever evolving musical soundscapes with depth and meaning. It is on, and you are about to be part of it.

Best Regards David

David Jean-Baptiste

http://www.clarinetfamily.com

© The Wellness Clarinet Ltd 2012

The Magic of The Performance

David Jean-Baptiste In Conversation with Anton Weinberg

Anton Weinberg a student of Hans Keller has held international professorships of music at Indiana University, professor of clarinet at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London’s Barbican Centre, a professor in the new Gulbenkian and Leverhulme Trusts, and a member of the faculty for the government-sponsored National Youth Orchestra of Spain.

He has been a professor at Darlington International Summer School under the directorship of Peter Maxwell Davies, a faculty member at the National Centre of Orchestral Studies in New York, and a visiting professor at the Conservatories of Peking and Shanghai, where he gave lectures as part of the first Anglo/American cultural visits. He is also an authority on the sociology and psychology of music.

Anton’s book ‘Unfinished Sentences,’ with a preface from Lord Menuhin, stands as a testament to mastery.

‘Brilliant concepts, I recommend Anton Weinberg as a marvellous musician, interpreter, teacher and thinker’. (Lord Menuhin)

‘The most versatile of us all, he can be regarded as an expert in so many different fields. In addition he is unusually articulate revealing matters which many of us can only hope to demonstrate’. (Jack Brymer O.B.E)

I met with Anton one early autumnal evening in Paddington station, over a coffee to discover what light this man may be able to shine on mindset in relation to performing. Naturally I have my own practical techniques on this. Other than the obvious one of visualizing a perfect performance, I approached the meeting with one main question…What can a performer do mentally in preparation for a performance, to increase the likelihood of giving the audience a wow! Moment…a moment of magic?

A moment of magic can best be described as a point in time where thoughts disappear and the viewer is suddenly in another world.

Performing to an audience as I see it is a multi-directional wave of consciousness connecting everyone in the room. A connection comprised of sounds, bodily sensations and impressions. The performer creates a moment of magic when in such a state of complete flow that they draw the audience into a moment of total awareness.

Anton agreed, adding that a performance mindset that creates magic is totally instinctive, and the essence of art is interaction. He talked of Andres Segovia and how he would take a passage or phrase of music and interpret it in thirty different ways in preparation. This was certainly an ah ha moment and struck a chord with me.

He spoke of cellist Rostropovich and Sting how they can summon these great musical moments with a jazz like improvisatory flair. How Katya Labeque plays chords so improvisatory, formal and simple with an unexpected quality; as Beethoven and Bach used to improvise at parties.

Anton told stories from the lives of actors and comedians Sid James, Morecombe and Wise, and Tony Hancock; stories of situations that created moments of magic in comical genius. He talked of Pushkin http://rosiamar.nm.ru/ruslan.html and that audiences in all forms of art seek these moments of magic be it literature, dance or visual art.

Indeed I thought, these special moments have the power to enlighten people and change the course of their lives.

“The instrument is just a vehicle, sense the audience, feel the corporate character of the audience,” he said. “It is something you can’t really prepare for, in fact too much preparation can be counter productive. When Leopold Stokowski the British born conducter conducted, if there was a fidgety audience he would play quieter and slower. Dynamics in the music have nothing to do with volume and everything to do with character. A silent whisper can be infinitely more potent than an outburst. Maintain a positive mindset question everything and believe nothing.”

In my mind it had been a very satisfactory meeting, as Anton had totally over delivered on my question. Leaving me plenty to think about and had created ample growing room for me to improve on my own performance.

We both agreed that performance is where the money is, as these days what is expected of the top players has become homogeneous in terms of sound, technique and musicality. Now unlike the past it is becoming harder to tell one top player from the other on recordings.

“Everyone is a genius but if you end up measuring a fishes ability by his ability to climb trees he’ll end up thinking he’s stupid” (Einstein)

So to summarise, to harness the power to create moments of magic do everything to play with increasing awareness and never over prepare. Ask yourself often, how can I create a moment in the now? Knowing in your ability to do this. The more we think of our own individual abilities to create magical moments, the stronger these thoughts will become and the more often they will happen.

Have Fun David

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© The Wellness Clarinet Ltd 2012

The Nebulous Paradox of Modern Clarinet

May the classical player play Weber’s concertos differently from the last time performed. Some may say this is a challenge, but when looked upon in the bright light of reality it is not really. Great clarinetists do this consistently and naturally making hairs stand on end each time at that. We may embrace the same intention of awareness when playing the music of Brahms and Mozart, Poulenc and Milhaud. Playing the notes and then forgetting them. Meaning our spirit and true nature takes command over our controlling and suppressive musical tendencies. So we can flow and therefore speak through the notes of the music like a new wave of consciousness. So we can feed our audience something new and inspirational; even though the presentation of notes, their order, melodies rhythms and harmonies of the music, may have remained the same as they have always been for the past 300 years.

A key goal in jazz music is to be open to the moment musically and to respond accordingly, rather like a medium of sort; a musical response to the musical inclinations of the other performing musicians on stage. Also to the audience; aiming to create a new melody or feeling. I know a Danish pianist composer and improviser who can improvise complete works of music. Every time he plays it will be different to anything you heard previously. He simply has an open channel to universal energy flow. So therefore if we can do this It must be possible for a clarinetist to tap into subtle energies in a room of people so to create a euphoric feeling in them when playing the music of Bach for example.

Once at a small Improvised music event in London, two experimental improvisers toyed on stage. They toyed around looking for new ways to turn their performance, and to take the audience by surprise. At one point the bassist of the duet rolled up a carpet he was using to keep his bass in place while playing and began hitting his bass with the carpet, producing some weird but different acoustic effect. “What is that man doing to that lovely instrument?” was the general feeling in the room. Through the ensuing shock that followed and general apprehensive atmosphere in the audience created by this action, someone shouted out “Rubbish!” a brief pause followed, then…”rubbish rubbish, rubbish, rubbish, rubbish.” The very next turn in the music saw the musicians using the word rubbish spontaneously in their improvisation. Be clear on this, not to say improvisation is rubbish, because it is an art form as valid as any.

The new iPhone 4s comes out this week, if you want to be on the edge of it all; include a new ringtone from the latest iPhone in your current recording. This is something that could never have happened in the past.

So in summary modern clarinet performance has everything to do with present moment awareness and responsiveness to what’s happening in the moment. These might be thought processes, sensations, dreamscapes as well as physical occurrences. Both jazz and classical music it is the same processes at play; tune up and tune in.

Have Fun, David

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Jazz Clarinet

By BOB BERNOTAS

When you hear the phrase, “New Orleans jazz,” what three instruments immediately come to mid? That’s right: cornet, trombone, and clarinet. In those early jazz combos, the clarinet provided a soaring, high register obbligato that enhanced, and, in the hands of the amazing Sidney Bechet, challenged, the cornet’s lead line. A decade or so later, the clarinet occupied a rightful place as one of the signature instruments of the big band era, serving as a distinctive tone color in the ensemble and an important solo voice. After all, the so-called “King of Swing,” Benny Goodman, was a clarinetist.

But starting with the bebop era, the clarinet inexplicably began to fall out of fashion in jazz. Despite the persistence of such gifted boppers as Buddy De Franco and Jimmy Hamilton, by the end of the 1950s the instrument had all but disappeared from the music’s mainstream. None of the important small bands of the day, and, with the exception of Duke Ellington, very few big bands, featured a clarinetist. As a consequence, few pure clarinet players – as opposed to saxophonist doublers – came to prominence in jazz in the post-war period.

Today, many (perhaps most) jazz listeners regard the clarinet as a relic of the past, the property of moldy figs and swing-era diehards. Nevertheless, though the 1960s and 1970s the avant-gardists, in their quest for new sounds (as well as old ones), rediscovered the instrument, at least in a limited way. Some even began to feature members of its extended family, like the alto, bass, and contrabass varieties, occasionally in multi-clarinet ensembles. And during recent decades, this music has been enriched by a handful of dedicated clarinet specialists, like the late John Carter, Alvin Batiste, and Don Byron, who have fought to keep their instrument in the forefront of creative jazz.


Sidney Bechet: The Best of Sidney Bechet (Blue Note, 1994; original recordings, 1939–1953)
This New Orleans-born master dominated every ensemble he ever played in with his florid, vibrato-driven bravura. Among its treasures, this collection includes two genuine jazz masterpieces: Bechet’s soulful clarinet blues, “Blue Horizon,” and “Summertime,” featuring his inimitable soprano saxophone.




Jimmie Noone: An Introduction to Jimmie Noone: His Best Recordings, 1923–1940 (Best of Jazz,1997)
Originally a New Orleans contemporary of Bechet, Noone made his mark in Chicago as both a blues specialist and a singular interpreter of such popular tunes as “I Know That You Know” and his lovely theme song, “Sweet Lorraine.” He also was an early and important influence on the young Benny Goodman.




Barney Bigard: Barney Bigard Story, 1929–1945 (EPM,1996)
Bigard brought the New Orleans Creole clarinet tradition into Duke Ellington’s orchestra, where, from 1928 to 1942, his fleet solos and intricate embellishments lent color and character to countless jazz classics. His long post-Ellington career included a stint with Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars (1946–55).




Benny Goodman: Complete RCA Victor Small Group Master Takes (Definitive,2000; original recordings, 1935–1939)
Although his big band defined the Swing Era for millions of fans, over the years Goodman played his best jazz with his various all-star small groups. This two-CD set spotlights BG’s original trio (with pianist Teddy Wilson and drummer Gene Krupa) and quartet (which added Lionel Hampton on vibes).




Buddy De Franco: Mr. Clarinet (Verve,1953)
De Franco emerged from mid-1940s big band reed sections (notably that of Tommy Dorsey) to become the essential bebop clarinetist. This typically brilliant session features his stellar working quartet of the day with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Milt Hinton, and drummer Art Blakey.




Jimmy Hamilton: Can’t Help Swingin’ (Prestige,1961)
For 25 years (1943–1968) this technically superior musician served as Duke Ellington’s principal clarinet soloist. Hamilton plays both clarinet and his Ben Webster-inspired tenor saxophone on these tracks, which also feature two all-time jazz giants, trumpeter Clark Terry and pianist Tommy Flanagan.




Eric Dolphy: Out There (New Jazz/OJC,1960)
More than anyone else, this visionary multi-reedplayer established the bass clarinet as a jazz instrument. On this pianoless quartet date with Ron Carter on cello, Dolphy is heard on bass (“Serene” and “The Baron”) and B-flat clarinets (Charles Mingus’ “Eclipse”), as well as flute and alto saxophone.




John Carter: Castles of Ghana (Grammavision,1986)
A gifted instrumentalist and an important composer, Carter helped carve a niche for the clarinet in the jazz avant-garde. This recording, the second movement of his monumental five-part epic Roots and Folklore: Episodes in the Development of American Folk Music , is regarded by many as Carter’s finest work.




Clarinet Summit (Alvin Batiste, John Carter, Jimmy Hamilton, David Murray): In Concert at the Public Theater (India Navigation,1981)
Formed by John Carter, this quartet united three hardcore modernists – Carter, Batiste (who lives and works in New Orleans), and Murray (on bass clarinet) – with respected veteran Hamilton. Their now legendary debut concert offered a wide-ranging repertoire of Ellingtonia, bebop, and free playing.




Hamiet Bluiett: The Clarinet Family (Black Saint,1984)
This eight-clarinet ensemble (plus bass and drums) truly encompasses the instrument’s entire family, from the tiny E-flat sopranino to the large contrabass. This one-time-only live performance features Bluiett on alto clarinet, along with such accomplished clarinetists as Buddy Collette, Don Byron, and J.D. Parran.




Don Byron: Music for Six Musicians (Nonesuch,1995)
Committed to bringing the clarinet back into the forefront of creative jazz, Byron respects no musical boundaries. His creed is, “If it can be played, it can be played on the clarinet” – swing, klezmer, lieder, show tunes, funk, or, on this sextet session, skronky, Afro-Cuban-inspired original compositions.




Paquito D’Rivera: The Clarinetist: Vol. 1 (Music Haus,2001)
On this rare all-clarinet recording, the Cuban-born reed virtuoso performs with a chamber orchestra and a Latin jazz rhythm section, and in trio with piano and cello. D’Rivera skillfully bridges the gap between classical and jazz, with a healthy helping of tango á la Astor Piazzola mixed in.






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The Contra-bass Clarinet

Hello Dear Readers David Here…

The Contra-bass clarinet is truly an amazing instrument and a totally under used member of the Clarinet Family. Think about the low C on a Bass Clarinet and then try to hear the C an octave lower…You are now at the bottom of the Contra-bass Clarinet.

Although I could ramble on about it I won’t talk to much about it, but will give you a long Solo Contra-bass Clarinet Improvisation I did about a year ago call `Mind in Body´…Bear in mind it is an improvisation!…Notice how the sound of the instrument resonates with the energy centers in your body opening them…Enjoy

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Klezmer Clarinet

Klezmer (Yiddish כליזמר or קלעזמערpl כליזמר,כליזמרים, from Hebrew כלי זמר — instruments of music) is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazic Jews ofEastern Europe. Played by professional musicians called klezmorim, the genre originally consisted largely of dance tunes and instrumental display pieces for weddings and other celebrations. The genre has its origins in Eastern Europe. In the United States the genre morphed considerably as Yiddish-speaking Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, who arrived between 1880 and 1924,[1] met and assimilated American jazz. During the initial decades after the “Klezmer Revival,” this was what most people knew as klezmer, although in the current century musicians have begun paying attention to the “original” pre-jazz traditions as some original revivialists (e.g., Josh Horowitz, Yale Strom, Bob Cohen) spent years doing field research in Eastern/Central Europe. Additionally, late immigrants from the Soviet Union such as German Goldenshtayn brought their surviving repertoires to the United States and Israel in the 1980s.

Compared to most other European folk music styles, very little is known about the history of klezmer music, and much of what is said about it must be seen as conjecture.[2] Starting in 2008, “The Other Europeans” project, funded by several EU cultural institutions,[3] spent a year doing intensive field research in Moldavia under the leadership of Alan Bern and scholar Zev Feldman. They wanted to explore klezmer and lautari roots, and fuse the music of the two “other European” groups. The resulting band now performs internationally. As with this ensemble, groups like Di Naye Kapelye and Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi have incorporated Rom musicians and elements since their inceptions.

 

Picture: Gustav Bulgash (The Prince of West Coast Klezmer)

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Famous Clarinet Players

Clarinet players from Stadler to Fröst

There are and were a lot of excellent and popular clarinet players and ensembles, and it is not simple to give you a list of the “best known” or “the best”. You find a list of the ones that I found were/are important in their time.

Quite often the clarinet players influenced composers directly – this wasn’t always just a professional relationship only, but often a friendship. It helped both: The musician needed new and popular pieces to play, and the composer benefited from finding out what a player could do with the instrument. Most composers then and today play the piano and maybe one other instrument, the more they know about the characteristics of the instruments, the better they can set music for them. You find a lot of such relationships between composer and player: Stamitz and Joseph Beer, Mozart and Stadler, Spohr and Hermstedt, Weber and Baermann, Brahms and Mühlfeld, as well as Benny Goodman who worked together with modern composers a lot.

Since the time I started to write this web page – late last century – media channels like Youtube have become very popular, and broadband access is affordable to most of you. This changes the way we can access and consume music and media. In result you can watch most of today’s players in videoclips in famous concert halls right in your browser. It is technically possible to list links to these videos, but they may change frequently and some are simply illegal in some countries. You will easily find them by using the search option of youtube entering Stoltzman, Meyer or Neidich – and you will find hundreds of excellent concerto recording clips and videos, some in HD and HiFi.

The definite highlight is the series from Denmark Play with a Pro, where renowned instrumental teachers and professionals give masterclass-type lessons. This includes clarinets, too.

Now which players should be on this page? This is especially difficult to answer for an international web page, because the question whether a player is well known depends, too, very much on the country you live in. Since I am German and wrote the page for German-speaking readers at first (and later translated it) you still find lots of Germans here.

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Anton Stadler

Anton Stadler (1753 – 1812) is off course so well known, because his playing inspired Wolgang Amadeus Mozart to write his popular compositions. Without an extremely capable clarinet player one can hardly imagine the love of a composer like Mozart for the clarinet: At that time it was a crude, very imperfect instrument (and at the same time the string section played on Stradivaris – even today there is nothing better!). On the other hand the man Stadler was an infamous gambler and drinker, he fell nothing short to Mozart in spending money he didn’t have: When Mozart died as poor man, Stadler still owed him money.


Johann Simon Hermstedt

Johann Simon Hermstedt (1778-1846) was the virtuoso with a technical talent. His tone was not as beautiful as Heinrich Baermann’s (that is why Weber preferred Baermann and wrote for him), but Hermstedt was not only a player who could play nearly everything, but a gifted kraftsman as well. The composer who wrote for him was Spohr. Spohr did not care for any problems the player might have with a piece which in return resulted in Hermstedt improving the mechanics of his instrument. This pushed forward the technical improvement of the clarinet a lot. Even today with advanced instruments you will find the four concertos for Hermstedt to be packed with tough challenges for the most experienced players.


Heinrich Baermann

Heinrich Baermann (1784 – 1847) started his musical career as oboe player in Potsdam. Then he learned to play the clarinet and went to Munich to King Ludwig’s court, later to Vienna and London. He traveled all over Europe on concert tours. In Munich he met Carl Maria Von Weber and, like Mozart wrote concertos for Stadler, Weber wrote for Baermann. The success was overwhelming. Weber wrote to a friend: “The whole orchestra went crazy and demands concertos from me. The are even writing to the King and the board of musical directors…”.


Carl Baermann

Heinrich Bearmann’s son (1811 – 1885) Carl was a famous player, too, but today he may be even better known as professor for music and author of a clarinet book, that most of the German students still use today. He, too, has helped to improve the mechanics of the instrument.


Richard Mühlfeld

Richard Mühlfeld (1856 – 1907) started as violinist in the court orchestra in Meiningen, and taught himself to play the clarinet. His importance lies in his friendship with Johannes Brahms, who called him – due to his sweet tone – “miss clarinet”. Brahms had already stopped composing, but Mühlfelds playing made him write his last works for Mühlfeld’s clarinet.

The letter “ü” is pronounced similar to the “y” in “physics”. If you don’t find it on your keyboard, you rather replace it by a “ue” than typing “u”.


Jack Brymer

Jack Brymer is an English clarinet player, who has recorded a lot of important pieces together with great orchestras. He is maybe even better known to the musical world because he has written an excellent Book about the clarinet that was translated in many languages (if there is one book you should read as clarinet player, this is the one). He has intensively thought about many aspects of the instrument, the sound of the clarinet and different ideas about it in the world and he is a well known clarinet teacher.

The book will be found even in small local libraries. But because the book is one in a series published by Sir Yehudi Menuhin, you may find it in the library under “M” rather than under “B”.


Karl Leister

Karl Leister is the German clarinet player that you will find the most German recordings of. He played with Karajan more than thirty years. His recordings are allways perfect and adapted to the musical style required.


Dieter Klöcker

Dieter Klöcker is a German clarinet player with a lot of recordings. Especially if you are looking for pieces that are not top sellers, you may find recordings with him. Besides his playing career he is a Professor in Freiburg with a focus on jewish music. Many pubications.

The letter “ö” is pronounced similar to the “i” in “sir”. If you don’t have it on your keyboard, replace it by “oe” rather than “o”.


Jost Michaels

Jost Michaels was an excellent player, but was even better known as Professor in Detmold, where he focussed on playing technique. On this subject he has published a (German) book Spieltechnik.


Richard Stoltzman

Richard Stoltzman is the most popular classical clarinet player in the United States of America today. He is playing with famous orchestras and recording CDs. On his homepage (www.richardstoltzman.com) you find samples of his music and links to YouTube videos, including performances with the children’s tv programme Sesame Street. You may even have one of his recordings on your computer, if you use Microsoft’s Windows 7: They put his version of Debussys “Maid with the flaxen hair” as example for the media player onto your disc, if you have got a standard installation – try and click … Sample Music/Maid with the Flaxen Hair.mp3.


Charles Neidich

Charles Neidich is a popular classical clarinet player in the United States of America. playing with famous orchestras and recording CDs. You can watch him and other clarinet players in the excellent series of videoclips from Denmark (in English Language) called Play with a Pro, each clip focuses on an important aspects of clarinet playing.


Sabine Meyer

Sabine Meyer is a popular German solo clarinet player and frequently tours with excellent ensembles. She has recorded a large number of CDs. She also is a Professor for clarinet in Lübeck. She became known to the public when Karajan called her to the Berlin Philharmonics to be one of the first women in the Orchestra (especially in the clarinet section) which led to some irritations. Today she probably is Germany’s most popular clarinet player.


Sharon Kam

Sharon Kam was born in Israel and won a stipendiate of the Jewish-American Cultural Society at the age of 12. Since then she gives concerts with famous orchestras and collects media prizes. Today she is living in Germany. She is a good example for the modern, flexible clarinet player who can adapt to the style required rather than playing all types of music in exactly the same manner.


Martin Fröst

Today the swedish clarinetist Martin Fröst (www.martinfrost.se) is definitely the most unconventional international wind players. On the one hand he is a gifted solo clarinet player, who frequently tours with excellent orchestras like the German Chamber Philharmony Bremen, the Austrian Camerata Salzburg or the Hamburg Symphonics. But since there is a number of brilliant soloist out there, this would not be sufficient to establish yourself in this time. Fröst has therefore invested the price money he won in a competition into an unusual composition that combines modern music with dance and acting elements (you find the video at his home page). This makes performances by Fröst interesting for a wide audience, and that again translates into sold tickets which is an important factor for every orchestra that may engage him as a solo clarinetist.

The letter “ö”, which you have in Swedish and German, is pronounced similar to the “i” in “sir”.


Non-Classical Players


Jazz: Benny Goodman

Benny (Benjamin David) Goodman was an American clarinet player who started as jazz musician (mainly in the swing area – he still is called “The King Of Swing”), who managed to establish this music in a serious environment (the famous concert in Carnegie Hall), and who toured with classical and even modern pieces as soloist, too. He made some recordings of classical works in Goodman style, that is, Mozart with a vibrato – real traditionalists don’t like it… But then again there is no doubt that Goodman has pushed foreward modern clarinet music by ordering works from many modern composers, like Bartok, Copland an Hindemith.


Klezmer: Giora Feidman

Giora Feidman has his roots in the jewish Klezmer tradition. He plays an important part in the renaissance of that style, especially when he appeared in some movies as jewish klezmer clarinet player.


Oriental: Hüsnü Senlendirici

Hüsnü Senlendirici is by far the most popular Turkish clarinet player. He is definitely not a classical player but a pop or folk musician, playing music in a traditional folk style but behaving like western rock stars (imagine a Freddy Mercury on stage with a clarinet). In the orient there seems to be less of clear border between folk musik and pop than western cultures have it.

Female and male fans alike go crazy in his concerts, it appears to be there is nothing wrong to burst into tears when Hüsnü plays.

Turkish traditional clarinet players (as other Greece, Oriental and Balcan players) use a G clarinet, which is a bit longer and sounds deeper and softer than the somewhat sharp Bb clarinet.

Stories to the point that he taught clarinet himself appear to be wrong, his family is one of well known musicians: Both grandfathers and his father played the clarinet. He studied Turkish Music in Istanbul. He played in several bands and performed in hundreds of festivals worldwide. The Turkish TV channel TRT that is watched by millions of Turkish people all over Europe by cable or satellite and broadcasts music shows employs him to host one of these shows. There are many videos worth watching of him on YouTube.

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Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion. Dealing with debt by using the ‘Accelerating the Motion’ model by David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ATM, the fastest way to see the results you desire

 

The WUGI Stance (Plugging in. Strengthening and healing the body)

 

Tapping to Emotional Freedom (Clearing blocks)

 

Brain Wave Vibration (Better body balance and brain functioning)

 

Anchoring Positive States of Mind (State building)

 

Flow Centre (Living your intention)

 

Hip Walk True Talk (Doing it, and incantations)

 

Waves of Possibility (Expansion by reframing)

 

Knowingness, Beliefs and Values (Beliefs in motion and reference building)

 

The Identity Ball (Aligning with and deepening knowledge of your authentic self)

 

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Recently I found a very good application for my accelerating the Motion model. I was thinking about abundance and tapping into an abundant world, financial freedom and reaching my critical net worth, that kind of thing. Critical net worth being the point at which a persons income is greater than their expenses meaning they have no need to work if that is what they desire.
Having triggered my anchor I’ve been building to reinforce that state of mind. And setting this as an intention to create and actualize in my Flow Centre. The Flow Centre is where they magic happens, where I would answer questions like, what do I truly desire to bring into your Flow Centre today? Think of a time when this quality came to me? What is the nature of my most treasured memory? and lots more questions of this ilk to build the mindset necessary.

Moving up to the next level of the model ‘Hip Walk True Talk it got interesting. This level is about taking action. Relative to abundance it came to my attention how incredibly abundant I’ve been so far. There were many positive emotions associated with this abundance, such as happy times when wealth entered into my life, having the power to overcome adversity, all the joy fun and prosperity and other empowering states of mind that comes with abundance. So in the better nature of the Hip Walk True Talk, there was a problem. Many bills had gone unpaid. I had somehow choked the flow of supply on many levels that had opened up for me. Lots of broken promises I had given to people who love me and support me. These include those who believe in me and my talents in the music industry, world class instrument manufacturers, the very best of my friends, and some family members. In the bright light of day it is actually disgraceful behaviour.

In my mind that clears the area around abundance. So, standing at the Hip Walk True Talk level how can I turn it around. The abundance is clearly there. These loving and supportive people still live and breathe. If I could unblock those abundant pathways of supply by giving back more energy that was given to me. Firstly, I created a list of everyone I owed, and for each person I ran through a sequence of tapping from Emotional Freedom Techniques ‘EFT’. Using an affirmation like, “even though I owe Peter I accept myself deeply and completely.” Tapping through points on my hands, point above the eyebrow, below the eye, above the lip, chin, collar bone, under the arm, chest. Then using a sliding anchor to associate the negatively charged emotion with something positive. Then with an affirmation like, “even though I feel shame I accept myself deeply and completely.” “Even though I feel guilt I accept myself deeply and completely.” Running through the tapping points and using a sliding anchor. Such an exercise will raise your vibration on how you feel about the debt.

Changing how you feel about the debt is for sure the first step in making the shift to create a solution to deal with it. What would happen if you consistently raised your vibration to a point where you feel estatic when you think about the debt? What would happen is, your mind will begin to tune into the vibration of abundance, where you will start to see solutions in your Flow Centre or in other words your real world.

So, the first steps are, set your positive intention. Truly accept where you are already abundant, and nurture those channels of supply that you have already attracted into your life. During this exercise I found my ‘Hip Walk True Talk’ level fulfilling, as I began to relish the action to deal with my debt head on. Rekindling the spirit of friendship with those who believe in me. Stepping up to the next level in the ATM model, ‘Waves of Possibility’. Here we reframe the problem by getting in touch with the part of you responsible for creating the debt. As people we have multiple parts of ourselves, and these parts run behavioural patterns that gives us the results experienced on a day to day basis.

Considering the presupposition ‘all behaviour has a positive intention’, I would need to contact the part of me responsible for not following through. Knowing that the intention behind the behaviour of not following through is an honourable one, lets call it part (a). A very slippery fish for some, but I would need to set up ideomotor signals with this part to get answers for yes and no. By doing so I can create an understanding of the behaviour, as to what is the positive intention behind not following through.

I’m still working on this, but my initial answers are around, so to live in an abundant world and have all the tools to do what I require. So the next step would be to establish communication with my creative part, to generate 5 new patterns of behaviour part (a) can integrate into day to day life, in other words to expand upon ‘Waves of Possibility’. New behaviour patterns that achieves the intention and follows successfully though. Then get consensus with all other parts of self to agree with these negotiations, before wishing part (a) well with these new choices in situations that are right and fitting.

Stepping up to ‘Knowingness Beliefs and Values’ level I created a list of ten of my most important values that align with my intention to be abundant. On the next level aligned these with my authentic self on ‘The identity Ball’ level. Answering questions like, ‘who am I when I live abundantly?’ before stepping up to the level of ‘The Spiritual, Awareness, Renewable, Mastermind’. Well, we’ve already dealt with who, why, what and largely how. In this example we can deal with who else? Who else can give you new perspectives on dealing with debt.

One solution is to pay 20% of all income to debtors. Live on 70% of income and save and invest 10%. It means that you pay yourself first by giving yourself 10% to save and invest. You live on less than you earn by living on 70% of income. And, in every £100 in earnings £20 goes to paying creditors. A strategy not easy to do, especially when a person owes money but it’s very effective.

On this level you can aim to answer questions pertaining to what may be a satisfactory solution for the individuals owed. What makes them happy and satisfied? These are the levels of ‘Accelerating the Motion’. The next thing is to pull all the feelings, learning, impressions and answers back down through the levels into ‘Flow Centre’. Perhaps before doing the whole thing again in the ‘As if achieved’ perspective. By doing all this, we for sure will build the mindset you need to deal with debt. Even though we are just scrapping the surface of the ice berg in terms of what’s possible. The very best of luck with dealing with debt, and feel free to connect with us when yoiu need support.  David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The EUR/USD pair ended the day flat around 1.0873, but not before falling to a fresh 2-week low of 1.0838. Following a dull start to the day, the pair finally got on the move with the release of better-than-expected US data. Weekly unemployment claims fell to their lowest in 28 years in the week ending May 6th, down to 238,000 against 245K expected and previous 238K, an indication that the employment sector continues strengthening at a firm pace. Also, the Producer Price index surged by more than expected in April, with the core yearly reading hitting 1.9% from previous 1.6%, signaling increasing inflationary pressure, the perfect scenario for a rate hike next June. The sour tone around equities and yields, however, prevented the greenback from appreciating further, backing the late intraday pullback. The US will release its April CPI figures on Friday, also expected to bounce, while in the EU focus will center on Germany, with GDP and inflation readings.

From a technical point of view, the risk is towards the downside in the EUR/USD, although a break below 1.0820 is still required to confirm a new leg lower. Despite the positive close, the pair has set a lower low and a lower high for  a fourth consecutive session, confirming the ruling bearish trend, while in the 4 hours chart, the price is now below its 20 and 100 SMAs, with the shortest accelerating lower and nearing the largest, this last at 1.0890. Technical indicators in the mentioned time frame have corrected higher, but hold within negative territory, far from enough to suggest an upward move. Selling interest remains strong on approaches to the 1.0900 region, but it will take a recovery beyond 1.0930 to revert the negative tone, at least in the short term.

Support levels: 1.0850 1.0820 1.0770

Resistance levels: 1.0890 1.0930 1.0965

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

USD/JPY Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The USD/JPY pair closed the day a few pips below the 114.00 level, after topping in the 114.30 region for a third consecutive day. The pair found modest support in advancing equities at the beginning of the day, but as European equities entered the red, and yields pulled back from daily highs, the yen strengthened, ignoring US positive data, which usually results in a bullish move. US figures, however, were enough at least to prevent the pair from falling further, while the decline in US Treasury yields was quite shallow, as the 10-year note benchmark settled at 2.40%, down from previous 2.41% and after topping at 2.42% daily basis. Japan will release some minor figures during the upcoming Asian session, not enough to affect the pair, with attention therefore shifting to US CPI figures later on the day. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the Momentum indicator continued sliding towards its 100 level, reflecting limited buying interest, but the price continues developing above bullish 100 and 200 SMAs, whilst the RSI indicator turned north, now around 56.

Support levels: 113.60 113.20 112.75

Resistance levels: 114.15 114.50 114.90

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

GBP/USD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The GBP/USD pair fell to its lowest for this week, quoting as low as 1.2848 before settling around 1.2880, as the Pound took a double hit early London, from soft UK data and a dovish BOE. . In March, Industrial Production fell by 0.5%, while Manufacturing Production shrunk by 0.6% when compared to the previous month. February readings suffered downward revisions, leaving the year-on-year readings at 1.4% and 2.3% respectively. The goods trade balance printed a larger-than-expected deficit in March of £13.441 billion, well above the expected £-11.800B. As for the Bank of England, the MPC decided to leave rates and the APP unchanged as expected, maintaining their previous neutral stance. Still, just one member voted for a rate hike, prompting a sell-off in Pound crosses. The 4 hours chart shows that the price has settled below a now bearish 20 SMA, while despite lacking directional strength, technical indicators have moved into negative territory, leaning the scale towards the downside, moreover on a break below 1.0830, last week low and the immediate support.

Support levels: 1.2830 1.2800 1.2765

Resistance levels: 1.2910 1.2950 1.2990

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

AUD/USD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The AUD/USD pair traded uneventfully within Wednesday’s range for most of this Thursday, closing higher for a second consecutive day at 0.7374, but still capped by 0.7400. There were no major news coming from Australia, and the macroeconomic calendar will remain empty also this Friday, leaving the pair in the hands of commodities and stocks. A recovery in base metals backed the advance, with Palladium and Platinum leading the way higher on the London Metal Exchange. The 4 hours chart shows that the price has managed to recover above a still bearish 20 SMA, this last at .7365, while the RSI indicator lacks directional strength around 48 and the Momentum indicator turned south after entering positive territory, this last indicating limited buying interest. The risk remains towards the downside, although the possibility of an upward corrective move can’t be disregarded particularly on an advance beyond 0.7400.

Support levels: 0.7330 0.7290 0.7250

Resistance levels:  0.7400 0.7440 0.7475

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

GBP/CAD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The GBP/CAD cross edged lower for a second consecutive day, settling at 1.7651, as the Pound weakened on the back of poor UK data and a neutral BOE. Investors were hoping that more than one MPC member would vote on a rate hike amid increasing inflationary pressures, but got disappointed, rushing then to sell the Pound. The Canadian dollar remained under pressure, despite oil extended its rally, on stocks weakness. Overall, the pair has continued correcting lower, now hovering and the lower end of its latest range, and still unable to confirm a steeper decline ahead. Short term however, the risk is towards the downside, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price has moved further below a still directionless 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators head modestly lower within bearish territory, although holding above their daily lows, presenting at the time being a limited momentum.

Support levels: 1.7625 1.7570 1.7520

Resistance levels: 1.7715 1.7770 1.7840

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Dow Jones Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

US equities edged lower this Thursday, with all of the three major indexes closing in the red. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 23 points to 20,920.10 while the Nasdaq Composite retreated from record highs, shedding 13 points to 6,115.96. The S&P lost 5 points or 0.22% and settled at 2,394.44. Despite the negative close, US indexes closed well above their daily lows, trimming most of their intraday losses ahead of the close.  The negative mood among investors was triggered by weaker-than-expected earnings reports. Snap Inc, the owner of Snapchat, reported a $2.2b loss in the first quarter, with shares of the company tumbling over 20%. Within the Dow, Apple was the best performer, adding 0.87% and followed by Exxon Mobil, which gained 0.82%. On the downside were Microsoft with a  1.33% decline, and Home Depot that close 1.22% lower. The daily chart presents an increasing bearish potential, given that the index briefly extended below its 20 DMA, but finally ended above it, while the Momentum indicator entered negative territory with a strong bearish sloe and as the RSI indicator extends its slide, currently at 54. In the 4 hours chart, the index seems also poised to extend its slide, as it held above a bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators are resuming their slides within negative territory after bouncing from oversold readings.

Support levels: 20,849 20,797 20,736

Resistance levels: 20,930 20,975 21,030

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

FTSE Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Despite the poor performance of European equities, the Footsie managed to close in the green, just 1 point higher at 7,386.63, but still positive, backed by a weaker Pound and a steady advance in the mining sector. There was no major shift in BOE’s stance, while a downward revision to this year’s growth has limited the advance among equities. A sharp decline in Hikma Pharmaceuticals offset miners’ gains, as the stock plummeted 8.23%, after the company said that is unlikely that the US FDA will approve its generic Advair Diskus product this year. Fresnillo was the best performer, up 5.03%, followed by Randgold Resources which added 3.62% and Standard Chartered that closed 2.46% higher. The daily chart shows that the index stands a couple of points below the 7,400 level, and not far from its record high of 7,448, maintaining the positive tone seen on previous updates, as the benchmark advanced further above its moving averages, whilst technical indicators have partially lost their bullish strength, but remain near overbought levels. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA has broken above the 100 and 200 SMAs, maintaining a strong bullish slope below the current level, whilst the RSI stands at 71 and the Momentum within positive territory, supporting an upward extension.

Support levels: 7,365 7,327 7,284

Resistance levels:  7,402 7,447 7,490

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Gold Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Gold prices managed to regain some ground this Thursday, as easing equities spurred demand for the safe-haven asset. Spot gold closed the day at $1,224.05 a troy ounce, recovering from near a two-month low. The bright metal, however, remains within negative territory weekly basis, as increasing odds for a Fed’s rate hike next June keeps demand subdued, whilst hawkish rhetoric from US policy makers could trigger downward moves, beyond market’s sentiment. The daily chart shows that the price is still well below its moving averages, with the 20 DMA accelerating its slide far above the largest, and technical indicators barely bouncing from oversold readings, this last rather reflecting the intraday advance than suggesting downward exhaustion. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the metal has turned neutral, as the price is currently hovering around a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators pared their recovery around their mid-lines.

Support levels: 1,222.60 1,214.90 1,203.80

Resistance levels: 1,231.85 1,242.50 1,251.30

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Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

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Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

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Thе life you hаvе today іѕ thе futurе уоu wоrkеd fоr уеѕtеrdау. Tоdау уоu аrе in thе рrосеѕѕ of соnѕtruсtіng tоmоrrоw’ѕ future. Whаtеvеr уоur buѕіnеѕѕ idea, understand thаt YOU are THE сrеаtіvе force within іt.

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How to Make Your Money Grow Fast DAILY MARKET REPORT
April 6th 2017

EUR/USD How to Make Your Money Grow Fast

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A re-surge in market’s confidence on the US economy, following the release of a much better-than-expected ADP survey, pushed the greenback higher across the board, although majors held within familiar ranges. The EUR/USD pair fell down to 1.0634 and closed the day a couple of pips above it, with the common currency weighed by slightly worse-than-expected Markit Services PMIs for the EU. Despite growth in the sector for the whole region was confirmed near six-year highs, initial estimates for March were revised lower, with the index printing 56.0, down from the flash reading of 56.5. The composite PMI for the EU, ended up at 56.4 from 56.7.

The dollar gained traction after the ADP survey showed that the private sector added 263K jobs in  March, beating expectations of 187K, although February reading was downwardly revised to 245K, still way above average. The final services PMIs in the US also suffered downward  revisions, with the Markit index at 52.8 and the ISM Non-manufacturing PMI down to 55.2. These lasts, were barely enough to halt dollar’s advance, albeit Wall Street kept rallying.  FOMC Minutes released in the US afternoon, showed that the Fed favors a plan to start shrinking its balance sheet later this year, prompting the greenback initially higher across the board, although the movements were quickly reverted.

Market’s reaction indicates that speculative interest is eagerly waiting for a reason to buy the greenback, at least against the EUR. Despite the pair was unable to leave its tight weekly range, the risk remains towards the downside, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price was unable to settle above a bearish 20 SMA, whilst the RSI indicator resumed its decline, now heading south around 35. The momentum indicator, however, remains attached to its 100 level, lacking directional strength. The key support is 1.0620 as the pair needs to break it to be able to extend its decline down to 1.0565.

Support levels: 1.0620 1.0590 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0675 1.0710 1.0745

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USD/JPY How to Make Your Money Grow Fast

The USD/JPY pair trimmed most of its weekly losses and settled near its daily high of 111.44, with the yen easing amid improving market’s mood. Asian shares advanced, following the lead of Wall Street, and following improved Japanese data as the Nikkei PMI surged to 52.9 in March its highest in almost two years. The manufacturing PMI also showed expansion in the month, printing 52.4, indicating firm demand for goods and services. The pair jumped to the mentioned high following the release of the US ADP survey, spending the rest of the day consolidating nearby. Nevertheless, and from a technical point of view, the upward potential remains limited according to technical readings in the 4 hours chart, as the intraday advance stalled well below a bearish 100 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator was unable to recover above its 100 level, as the RSI indicator lost upward strength around neutral levels. The pair has an immediate resistance at 111.60, and a stronger one around 112.00, this last expected to cap advances on Thursday ahead of Friday’s NFP release.

Support levels: 110.95 110.50 110.10

Resistance levels: 111.60 112.00 112.50

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GBP/USD How to Make Your Money Grow Fast

The GBP/USD pair topped at 1.2496, with the Pound attracting intraday buying interest after the release of a better-than-expected services PMI for March, as the Markit index printed 55.0, up from 53.3 in February. The pair, however, was unable to regain the 1.2500 level, retreating from the mentioned high after the release of the US ADP report, to settle around 1.2460. The UK macroeconomic calendar has nothing to offer this Thursday, although things will get more interesting on Friday with fresh data including manufacturing and industrial production, the trade balance and the NIESR GDP estimate. From a technical point of view, the pair maintains a neutral-to-bearish bias, as in the 4 hours chart, the pair was unable to surpass a horizontal 20 SMA around 1.2490, while technical indicators hold within bearish territory, but with no clear directional strength. The same chart shows that the pair bottomed multiple times over the last few days in the 1.2420/30 region, confirming that a break below 1.2410 is required for a downward extension that can extend down to 1.2330.

Support levels: 1.2450 1.2410 1.2370

Resistance levels: 1.2490 1.2540 1.2585

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AUD/USD How to Make Your Money Grow Fast

The AUD/USD pair fell down to 0.7559 during US trading hours, but managed to bounce after the release of FOMC’s minutes by the end of the day, ending the day with modest gains at 0.7582.  Easing risk aversion backed the Aussie, alongside with the local AIG performance of services index, which moved back into expansionary territory in March, by printing 51.7 from 49.0 in February. The Chinese services PMI will be released early Thursday, expected at 53.2 from previous 52.6, being the only relevant report in Asia for the pair. The recovery so far seems corrective, as the pair remains below the 0.7600 threshold, and the 4 hours chart shows that the 20 SMA maintains a bearish slope above the current level, whilst technical indicators have extended their recoveries from oversold levels, but remain below their mid-lines, losing upward strength.  Renewed selling pressure below 0.7540 should open doors for a steeper decline, with the pair then set to test 0.7450.

Support levels:  0.7540 0.7490 0.7450

Resistance levels: 0.7615 0.7650 0.7700

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GBP/CAD How to Make Your Money Grow Fast

The GBP/CAD cross extended its advance to a fresh weekly high of 1.6764 and settled nearby at the end of the day as the Pound strengthened against most of its major rivals after the release of positive UK data, while the Canadian dollar plunged  amid a sharp retracement in oil prices. Crude oil prices edged lower after the EIA weekly report showed an unexpected build of 1.6 million barrels, denting hopes of a balanced market. The cross maintains the positive tone seen on previous updates, as in the 4 hours chart, it stands well above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst the RSI heads north around 62 and the Momentum indicator holds directionless above its 100 level. The risk, has turned towards the upside in the short term, with 1.6790 being the immediate resistance, en route to 1.6890, March 27th daily high. Below 1.6710, however, the cross could lose upward momentum, but the downside potential seems limited.

Support levels: 1.6710 1.6645 1.6595

Resistance levels: 1.6790 1.6845 1.6890

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Wall Street opened with a strong tone, with the DJIA posting a three-digit gain before the release of FOMC Minutes. Indexes suffered a sharp reversal afterwards, as the minutes showed that most officials backed a policy change that would begin shrinking the central bank’s $4.5 trillion balance sheet later this year, seen by analyst as an option to rising rates. Furthermore, the document showed that some officials expressed their concerns about equity prices being “quite high.” The Dow Jones Industrial Average  shed 41 points, and settled at 20,648.15, while the Nasdaq Composite lost 0.58%, to 5,864.48. The S&P closed at 2,352.95, down by 7 points.  Most members were down within the Dow, with Cisco Systems being the worst performer, down 1.17%, followed by JPMorgan Chase that shed 1.15%. The best performer was El du Pont that managed to gain 0.84%. The daily chart shows that the index failed to sustain gains beyond a bullish 20 DMA, ending the day below it, whilst technical indicators head lower within negative territory, aiming for fresh weekly lows. In the 4 hours chart, the index settled above all of its moving averages that anyway continue to lack directional strength, whist technical indicators turned sharply lower, with the RSI currently at 46, anticipating some additional declines ahead.

Support levels: 20,616 20,562 20,515

Resistance levels: 20,705 20,751 20,790

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The FTSE 100 added roughly 10 points and settled at 7,331.68, lifted by an advance and mining and energy-related equities, as oil surged to a fresh 1-month high during the London session. The biggest gainer  was Whitbread  up 2.95%, while BHP Billiton added 1.75% and Antofagasta gained 1.55%. The biggest loser was insurer Old Mutual D down 4.38%, followed by Croda International that shed 3.6% after it received a downgrade from Credit Suisse. The index is currently trading a couple of points below 7,300, and the daily chart shows that an early advance was rejected by selling interest aligned around its 20 DMA , whilst technical indicators head further lower within negative territory, pointing for a continued decline. In the 4 hours chart, the index faltered around its 100 SMA, and now pressures the 200 SMA, whilst technical indicators retreated from their mid-lines, maintaining their bearish slopes into the Asian opening, in line with the longer term perspective.

Support levels: 7,294 7,254 7,210

Resistance levels: 7,349 7,387 7,415

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Gold prices traded in the red for most of the day, on improving risk sentiment following Wall Street’s Tuesday advance. Spot traded as low as $1,243.67 a troy ounce, but bounced back in the US afternoon and settled around 1,252.40, buoyed on bargain hunting after the commodity tested a major technical support. The bright metal gained, in spite of a stronger dollar, confirming that speculative interest is bullish on the metal. The daily chart, shows that the price bounced sharply after testing the 200 DMA, whilst a bullish 20 SMA stands right below the largest. Technical indicators in the mentioned time frame within positive territory, reflecting the inability of the commodity to break higher rather than suggesting downward exhaustion. In the 4 hours chart, the price settled a few cents above its 20 SMA, while the intraday decline stalled above a sharply bullish 20 SMA. In the same chart, technical indicators hold within positive territory, but with no clear directional strength, as the RSI lost upward strength around 53, whilst the Momentum indicator heads lower right above 100.

Support levels: 1,249.45 1.243.60 0 1,230.00

Resistance levels: 1,258.30 1,263.80 1,272.80

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

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Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
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April 4th 2017

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The EUR/USD pair traded with a soft tone this Monday, having extending its latest decline to a fresh 3-week low of 1.0642 during US trading hours,  and bouncing modestly from the level afterwards, to end the day around 1.0660. The macroeconomic calendar was quite busy, but  was not enough to attract speculative interest around the pair. In the EU, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 9.5% in February from 9.6% in January, and the lowest since May 2009, while the final Markit manufacturing PMIs for March, confirmed the region grew at its fastest pace in nearly six years as the final revision of the index matched the preliminary estimate of 56.2. On a negative note, the EU PPI for February came in flat, after advancing 1.1% in February, while the year-on-year price index grew by 4.5%, above estimates of 4.4.

The US manufacturing sector’s growth was also confirmed at record during March, although the final Markit PMI came in slightly lower, at 53.3 from the flash estimate of 53.4, while the ISM index beat expectations by printing 57.2, down from January’s 57.7, but still showing  the overall economy grew for the 94th consecutive month. What actually weighed on the common currency, were comments from ECB Praet, who said that April’s reduction of assets purchases doesn’t signal the start of gradual reduction of QE.

The dollar suffered a setback mid American afternoon, as stocks plunged, prompting the pairs’ recovery, although the overall risk remains towards the downside, given that the pair posted a lower low and a lower high daily basis, while trading below the critical 1.0700 threshold. In the 4 hours chart, a strongly bearish 20 SMA has crossed below the 100 SMA, both well above the current level, whilst technical indicators have managed to recover partially from their mid-lines, but remain within bearish territory, far from supporting additional gains. In fact, the pair needs to surpass the 1.0710 region to be able to recover further, whilst below 1.0620 the bearish momentum will likely accelerate with 1.0565 as the main bearish target.

Support levels: 1.0620 1.0590 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0745 1.0780

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The USD/JPY pair sunk to 110.85 and settled a few pips above the level, undermined by plummeting US stocks and Treasury yields. The 10-year note benchmark fell down to 2.34%, its lowest in over a month, whist the 2-year note fell to 1.22%, as mixed US manufacturing indexes dented latest confidence in the US and fueled demand for bonds. The pair traded as high as 112.19, but was unable to settle above the 112.00 level, and quickly retreated, which left the dominant bearish trend firm in place. As for the intraday technical outlook, the 4 hour chart shows that the 100 and 200 SMAs gained bearish momentum above the current level, with the shortest detaching from the largest and currently around 112.20, whilst technical indicators continued pulling back from overbought readings and entered negative territory, now partially decelerating their declines, but still far from changing bias. The pair seems poised to retest its recent lows around 110.10, with a major Fibonacci support being at 109.90, the 50% retracement of the late 2016 monthly advance. The level should attract buyers if reached, but a break below it could see the pair entering in sell-off mode, and aim towards 108.50, mid November lows.

Support levels: 110.95 110.50 110.10

Resistance levels: 111.60 112.00 112.50

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The GBP/USD pair reversed all of its Friday’s gains to settle at 1.2477, undermined by a poor UK Markit Manufacturing PMI released early Europe. The index declined to 54.2 in March from 54.6 in February, below expectations of 55.1 and the lowest reading in four months. US data, on the other hand, confirmed that the world’s largest economy continued growing at a steady pace by the end of the first quarter of the year. The daily decline, following failure to regain the 1.2600 level last week, has increased the risk of a new leg lower. The 4 hours chart supports additional declines, as the price is currently developing below its 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator is crossing below the 100 level, and the RSI heading south around 46. Still the pair has a major support around 1.2430, which stands for the 38.2% retracement of the January rally. A break below this last should expose March 29th low of  1.2375, en route to 1.2330 a strong static support. The upside should remain capped by selling interest around 1.2540/60 for the bearish trend to remain in place.

Support levels: 1.2465 1.2430 1.2380

Resistance levels: 1.2510 1.2550 1.2590

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The Aussie fell against the greenback to 0.7590, weighed by poor macroeconomic releases in the country at the beginning of the day. Retail Sales in February fell by 0.1% against an expected advance of 0.3%, while the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute consumer inflation index  edged up 0.1% in March, following a 0.3% drop February. Annualized inflation came in at 2.2%, while despite improving monthly basis, building permits remained in negative territory year-on-year, also according to February data. The Reserve Bank of Australia is meeting this Tuesday, although the Central Bank is expected to maintain its monetary policy on hold, amid rampant house price gains. The Bank is trapped between a rock and a hard place, as cheaper money will only increase the housing bubble in the country, rather than fueling investing as policy makers wish. The pair is now struggling around 0.7600, and seems poised to extend its decline, given that in the 4 hours chart, an intraday recovery was quickly reverted once the pair tested the 200 EMA, now flat at 0.7625, whilst the 20 SMA gains bearish strength above this last. Technical indicators in the same chart have lost bearish strength but hold near oversold readings, with no signs of downward exhaustion. Further declines could be expected on a clear break below 0.7570.

Support levels:  0.7570 0.7530 0.7490

Resistance levels: 0.7625 0.7670 0.7720

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The GBP/CAD closed the day pretty much flat at 1.6699, as both currencies weakened evenly against its American rival. The Pound was hit by worse-than-expected manufacturing figures, whilst the Canadian dollar suffered by plunging equities and weakening oil, and despite the Canadian RBC manufacturing PMI came in at 55.5 for March, after printing 54.7 in February. The dollar showed some marginal strength during the first half of the day, but later ease, on the back of falling equities, with high-yielding currencies moving mostly in tandem. The technical picture for the cross shows that it’s holding above a bullish 20 SMA, providing an immediate support at 1.6645, whilst technical indicators have eased within positive territory, but lack enough  strength to confirm a certain upcoming direction. The cross topped for the day at 1.6761, the level to surpass to confirm a steeper recovery. The UK will release its March construction PMI this Tuesday, expected at 52.4 from previous 52.5. A disappointing figure, however, will likely weigh on Pound crosses, with speculative interest then looking for 1.6550.

Support levels: 1.6645 1.6595 1.6550

Resistance levels: 1.6725 1.6760 1.6810

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Wall Street closed marginally lower, reversing and early sharp decline. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 13 points and closed at 20,650.21 after trading as low as 20,515,  while the Nasdaq Composite settled at 5,894.68, down 0.29% or 17 points. The S&P lost 0.16%, to 2,358.84. Leading the decline was the auto manufacturers sector, after reporting worse-than-expected sales for March, while weaker oil prices also weighed. El du Pont was the worst performer, down 0.66%, while American Express followed, ending the day 0.58% lower. UnitedHealth Group led advancers by adding 1.03%. From a technical point of view, the index has made little progress, as in the daily chart, it remained below a modestly bearish 20D  DMA, while technical indicators keep consolidating below their mid-lines. In the 4 hours chart, the index settled below all of its moving averages, whilst technical indicators have recovered within bearish territory, limiting chances of a steeper decline. Below the mentioned daily low, however, the selling interest will likely accelerate, with the index then poised to challenge past week low of 20,409.

Support levels: 20,623 20,562 20,515

Resistance levels: 20,717 20,757 20,806

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London equities edged lower at the beginning of the week, with the FTSE 100 ending the day at 7,289.69, down by 40 points, as softer-than-expected growth in  the manufacturing sector weighed on the benchmark. Only 16 components closed with gains, with Provident Financial being the best performer, up 1.57%, followed by Mondi which added 1.45%. Randgold Resources made it to the top ten list by adding 1.01%. Next led decliners, shedding 3.56&, while ITV followed, ending the day 2.56% lower.  The daily chart for the index presents an increasingly bearish potential, as it held below a flat 20 DMA, while technical indicators have entered negative territory, with modest downward strength. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the risk is also towards the downside, as the index extended its decline further below its 20 and 100 SMAs that anyway remain flat, while the Momentum indicator resumed its decline within negative territory, whilst the RSI hovers around 42.

Support levels: 7,289 7,254 7,210

Resistance levels: 7,349 7,387 7,415

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Spot gold jumped in the US afternoon to $1,253.63 a troy ounce to settle around 1,252.00, backed by falling equities and bond yields, which prompted investors towards safe-haven assets. The commodity started the day with a soft tone, as the greenback started the week with a firmer pace, but the release of mixed US data weighed on equities, indicating that confidence in the US economic future is quite fragile. Technically, the daily chart for the index shows that it bounced strongly after testing its 200 DMA, currently at 1,244.45, while the 20 DMA gained further upward strength below the largest. In the same chart, the Momentum indicator has turned flat well above its 100 level, while the RSI indicator aims north around 61, all of which favors additional advances towards 1,263.80, this year high.  In the 4 hours chart, the price settled above all of its moving averages, with the 100 SMA advancing above the 200 SMA and with technical indicators holding in positive territory, with the Momentum still heading north, but the RSI flat around 56, this last amid decreasing volumes at the end of the day.

Support levels: 1.243.60 0 1,230.00 1,222.70

Resistance levels: 1,253.65 1,263.80 1,272.80

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

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Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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February 16th 2017

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Following a quiet Asian session, the USD appreciated after London’s opening, further accelerating its advance ahead of Wall Street opening, amid strong US data supportive of a  March rate hike. The EUR/USD pair bottomed for the day at 1.0521, its lowest level since January 11th, but the greenback changed course during the US afternoon, suddenly entering negative territory daily basis against all of its major rivals. Dollar’s reversal came in spite of another strong tax headline from US President Trump, who said that a massive tax plan will see the light in the “not-too-distant future,” when speaking with retail executives. The pair set a daily high of 1.0608, but settled a few pips below 1.0590.

In the US, January  Retail Sales rose by 0.4% when compared to the previous month,  while the core reading, ex-autos, advanced 0.8%. Inflation in the same month surged by  the most in four years, up by 0.6%, doubling expectations of 0.3%. The annual inflation rate printed 2.5%, above the 2.4% expected and previous 2.1%. Additionally, the New York Empire State Manufacturing index for February surged to 18.7, a strong bounce from previous 6.5, and the highest reading in over two years.

The late recovery was not enough to revert the negative tone of the pair, as in the 4 hours chart, the recovery stalled right around a still bearish 20 SMA. Furthermore and in the same chart, technical indicators have posted moderate bounces from their mid-lines, but remain well into negative territory. The pair has briefly broke below the 1.0565 Fibonacci support before recovering above it, but renewed selling interest below the level will likely result in fresh weekly lows, particularly if hopes about the upcoming US tax reform keep fueling sentiment.  Additional gains beyond 1.0625, the immediate resistance, could result in a recovery up to the 1.0660 region, en route to the critical 1.0705 price zone.

Support levels: 1.0565 1.0520 1.0470

Resistance levels: 1.0625 1.0660 1.0705

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The USD/JPY pair retreated from a fresh weekly high of 114.95 to close the day flat in the 114.20 region. The greenback got a boost from much better-than-expected inflation and retail sales January data, but was unable to sustain gains and plummeted to 113.85 as the dollar index suffered a sharp reversal after printing a 4-week high of 101.73. Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda spoke early Wednesday, but said nothing new, noting that policy makers have  no plan to raise the central bank’s bond yield targets, and that  inflation is still far from the 2% target. There are no major economic releases scheduled for this Thursday. From a technical point of view, the pair still has to firm up above 114.55, the 23.6% retracement of the November/December rally, to be able to recover further. In the 4 hours chart, the price is struggling around a bearish 200 SMA, whilst technical indicators turned south from near overbought readings, indicating that buying interest is still limited. The 100 SMA in the mentioned char stands flat around 113.35, with a break below it most likely resulting in a bearish extension during the following sessions.

Support levels: 113.85 113.35 112.90

Resistance levels: 114.55 114.90 115.40

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The GBP/USD pair closed the day marginally lower around 1.2445, with the Pound hit by mixed employment data coming from the UK. According to official numbers, the employment rate rose to 74.6% in the three months to December, the highest rate on record, whilst the unemployment rate remained steady at an eleven-year low of 4.8%. Average hourly earnings including bonus, however, rose 2.6% in the same period, below previous 2.8%, the slower pace in almost two years. In January, unemployment claims fell by 42.4K much better than the 0.8K expected. Weak earnings in a rising inflation environment, may affect overall economic growth during the upcoming months. The pair traded as low as 1.2382 before settling around 1.2440, and the 4 hours chart shows that a late spike was contained  by selling interest around a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators maintain modest bearish slopes within negative territory. The pair has an immediate support at 1.2430, the 38.2% retracement of its latest bullish run, followed by the mentioned daily low. Below this last, the pair has scope to extend down to the 1.2330/50 region a major support area that will likely hold on a first attempt to break lower.

Support levels:  1.2430 1.2380 1.2345

Resistance levels: 1.2500 1.2535 1.2585

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The Australian dollar posted a solid advance for a second consecutive day against its American rival, with the pair ending the day a few pips below the 0.7700 threshold after posting a fresh three-month high of 0.7708. The commodity-related currency was backed at the beginning of the day by a recovery in consumers’ confidence, as the Westpac-Melbourne Institute survey of consumer sentiment rose 2.3% to 99.6 in February, following a gain of just 0.1% the previous month. Dollar’s intraday strength was not enough to push the pair below the base of its latest range, the 0.7600, with the u-turn of the American currency fueling the advance of the already strong AUD. During the upcoming Asian session, Australia will release its January employment figures, with the unemployment rate expected to remain flat at 5.8% and 10,000 new jobs added in the month. Better-than-expected figures can boost the AUD/USD pair pass the 0.7700, but is still to be seen if gains beyond the level could be sustainable in time, as ever since last April, spikes beyond the level have been quickly reverted, and in fact triggered strong downward corrective moves. Short term, the 4 hours chart favors additional gains, as technical indicators have accelerated their advances within positive territory, whilst the 20 SMA gains bullish strength, currently at 0.7665 November 2016 high at 0.7778, is a possible bullish target, but as higher the advance, the higher the risk of a quick reversal.

Support levels: 0.7665 0.7610 0.7570

Resistance levels: 0.7710 0.7745 0.7790

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Another round of negative UK data sent the GBP/CAD cross lower for a second day in-a-row, having posted a daily low of 1.6222 before settling around 1.6280. The decline, however, was limited as the Canadian dollar suffered from oil news, with US stockpiles rising by much more than expected. US crude stocks rose 9.5 million barrels according to the EIA, much more than the 3.7 million expected, while gasoline stockpiles rose by 2.8 million barrels, also far beyond market’s expectations. A decline in  distillate stocks and crude oil imports partially offset the headline reading. The cross presents a bearish tone according to the 4 hours chart, as technical indicators head lower within negative territory, while an early advance met selling interest around a bearish 20 SMA. This February low stands at 1.6215, and seems to be the level to break to confirm a bearish extension towards 1.6113 January 12th daily high.

Support levels: 1.6215 1.6170 1.6110

Resistance levels: 1.6360 1.6415 1.6480

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The positive momentum of US equities sent the three major indexes to all-time highs for a fifth consecutive session, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average adding 107 points to close at 20,611.58. The Nasdaq Composite added 36 points, to end at 5,819.44 whilst the S&P settled at 2,349.25, up 0.50%. The unstoppable rally was fueled by comments from US President Trump, who reaffirmed a massive tax reform will come in the “not-too-distant future.” Banks were again among the best performers, with JP Morgan Chase up 1.15% and Goldman Sachs adding 0.47%. The DJIA daily chart shows that technical indicators keep heading sharply higher, despite being in extreme overbought territory, with the RSI indicator at 81, whilst the index is far above a bullish 20 DMA, a reflection of the ongoing buying fever. In the 4 hours chart, the technical picture is quite alike, with the RSI indicator still heading north around 87, the Momentum barely retreating within extreme overbought readings and the benchmark far above bullish moving averages. As long as optimism about upcoming policies aimed to boost growth and inflation in the US persist, equities will continue rallying, despite whatever extreme readings indicators  mark.

Support levels: 20,609 20,552 20,506

Resistance levels: 20,650 20,700 20,750

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FTSE Trading Profit Software

The FTSE 100 closed at 7,302.41, up by 33 points or 0.47%, with the banking sector leading the way higher across the region. The index reached an almost one month high, further fueled by a weakening Pound. Ashtead Group was the best performer, up 3.20%, followed by Barclays that added 2.97%. Standard Chartered gained 2.66% while Royal Bank of Scotland closed 2.07% higher. The mining sector ended mixed, with BHP Billiton up 2.90%, but Antofagasta down 1.98% and Anglo American closing 1.03% lower. The index retains the bullish tone in its daily chart, holding above a flat 20 SMA and with technical indicators heading north within positive territory, still poised to retest the record high posted last January at 7,354, now the immediate resistance. In the 4 hours chart, the index is well above a bullish 20 SMA, but the Momentum indicator continues diverging lower within positive territory, whilst the RSI lost upward strength in overbought territory, none of them enough to confirm a bearish move, but acting as an immediate warning over a possible correction.

Support levels: 7,296 7,254 7,208

Resistance levels: 7,354 7,390 7,425

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Spot gold bounced sharply from a daily low of 1,216.64, ending the day around $1,231.60 a troy ounce. The recovery was limited, as US data released this Wednesday backed Yellen’s Tuesday comments about being risky to wait too long to raise rates,  as inflation pressures are increasing. Dollar bulls rushed to take profits after the currency reached some critical levels against its major rivals, resulting in a strong intraday reversal that anyway is not enough to confirm an interim top. In the case of stop gold, the daily chart shows that the price bounced sharply after testing its 20 DMA, still advancing below the 100 DMA, whilst technical indicators are attempting to recover after a modest downward correction from overbought readings. In the 4 hours chart, the price is slightly above a flat 20 SMA whilst technical indicators head higher around their mid-lines, with limited upward strength. While further gains are not technically confirmed the risk of a bearish move seems well-limited according to technical readings, with only a break below the 1,200 level indicating a steeper decline afterwards.

Support levels: 1,221.80 1,210.10 1,200.00

Resistance levels: 1,237.10 1,244.70 1,252.90

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

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Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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What is a forex pip? This is a question that most beginners ask. All forex traders need to be familiar with the pip, which is the unit of measure for price movements in the currency market. Since they measure prices, they are also a measure of the profit and loss of your trades.

Your account will normally show profit or loss in terms of dollars and cents or in your own currency. The broker’s software automatically calculates that. However, if you want to compare two trades that happened at different times or in different currency pairs, the profit in pips can tell you more than the profit in dollars which would be dependent on the currency and the rate of exchange.

One forex pip is the smallest measured amount of the price of a quoted currency. Most pairs are quoted to four decimal places. An example might be EUR/USD at 1.3712. One pip is 0.0001 units of the quote currency which is the dollar, so here it is 0.01 of a cent. If you open a trade at this price and it moves to 1.3717, you have made 5 pips profit, not accounting for spread.

Spread is the way that most brokers make their money and it also measured in pips. On EUR/USD a broker’s spread might be 2 pips. So taking our example again, the price of 1.3712 would be the bid price. If you buy at that price and the bid price increases to 1.3717, the 2 pip spread would mean that the ask price, or price that you get when you sell, would be 1.3715. So in fact you would only make 3 pips and the broker would keep the other 2 pips.

In pairs where the Japanese yen is the quote currency, the price is usually only quoted to 2 decimal places. That is because the yen is worth a lot less than the other major currencies. For example the price of USD/JPY might be 90.62. One pip is 0.01 of a yen.

It is useful to keep your trading records in terms of pips as well as noting the actual money that you make. This allows you to compare trades where your position size was different. You can then consider whether your system might work better if you altered the position size in some situations.

The forex pip is also a convenient way to discuss your trading successes with other traders in meaningful terms and without revealing any details of your financial situation. If I told you that I made $100 dollars on a trade yesterday, you would learn something about how much money I was making, but without knowing my position size you would know what kind of a price movement was involved. If I tell you that I made 100 pips, on the other hand, you would know that I found a good trade and I didn’t have to reveal anything that would interest the IRS.

When you begin trading, you will soon become familiar with any part of this that seems confusing right now. It does not take long to become accustomed to using the forex pip in practice.

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What is a Forex Pip DAILY MARKET REPORT
February 15th 2017

EUR/USD What is a Forex Pip

What is a Forex Pip

The American dollar got a nice boost from FED’s head Yellen, who reiterated in the Semiannual testimony before the Congress that “waiting too long to remove accommodation would be unwise,” putting a March rate hike back on the table. Furthermore, she downplayed the uncertainty on fiscal policy as just one of the factors to take into consideration when deciding a rate hike. The EUR/USD pair fell down to 1.0560, its lowest in over a month, further weighed by soft data coming from the EU earlier in the day. Growth in the area decelerated during the last quarter of 2016, with German Q4 GDP printing  0.4%, below the 0.5% expected, but above a previously revised 0.1%, while for the EU, the preliminary growth estimation printed 0.4%. In the US, the January PPI increased by 0.6% when compared to December, and by 1.6% from a year earlier, beating expectations.

Technically, the EUR/USD pair reached a major support, the 23.6% retracement of the November/January decline, as the pair struggled two weeks around the level before being able to recover further. The ongoing political uncertainty in the EU alongside with soft data in one hand, and in the other rising inflation and a hawkish FED, the fundamentals have aligned with the technical picture in a bearish case for the pair, particularly on a bearish acceleration below the mentioned daily low. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that a bearish 20 SMA, now around 1.0620 keeps capping the upside, whilst technical indicators have stabilized near oversold readings, as speculative interest has reached its first bearish target and left the price consolidating in a well-limited range below the 1.0590 level.

Support levels: 1.0560 1.0520 1.0470

Resistance levels: 1.0590 1.0625 1.0660

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USD/JPY What is a Forex Pip

The USD/JPY pair surged to 114.49, its highest since late January, reversing course following Yellen’s hawkish statement before the US Congress. The FED’s head woke up speculation of a March rate hike after saying that “at our upcoming meetings, the committee will evaluate whether employment and inflation are continuing to evolve in line with these expectations, in which case a further adjustment of the federal funds rate would likely be appropriate.” The USD/JPY pair traded with a soft tone at the beginning of the day, as risk aversion dominated the Asian session, following news that US President Donald Trump’s national security advisor Michael Flynn quit, over his contacts with Russia, a clear sign of how vulnerable the pair is to any headline coming from the US new administration. The modest tone of worldwide equities is keeping the upside limited, and technically, a major resistance stands a few pips above the mentioned high, at 114.55, the 23.6% retracement of this year bullish run. A break above it could fuel the advance, but technical readings in the 4 hours chart, don’t support the case, as the price is unable to advance beyond a bearish 200 SMA, whilst technical indicators are retreating within positive territory, not enough anyway to confirm a downward move.

Support levels: 113.95 113.40 113.00

Resistance levels: 114.55 114.90 115.40

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GBP/USD What is a Forex Pip

The Pound fell to a daily low of 1.2443, but not because of Yellen’s hawkish stance before the Senate Banking Committee, but because of shockingly highs wholesale inflation figures. In fact, such low was achieved during the London session, with the pair confined to a tight 50 pips range afterwards, with the Sterling still reluctant to give up to dollar’s strength. UK CPI rose 1.8% in January when compared to a year earlier, its highest level in almost three years, even despite the MoM reading came in at -0.5%. Producer price inflation (input prices), meanwhile, surged to 20.5% from a revised previous 17% and well ahead of its 18.5% consensus forecast, due to rising energy costs. Output prices also rose by more-than-expected, but at a slower pace, up by 3.5% YoY from  previous 2.8% and against an expected advance of 3.2%. It won’t take long until producers pass rising cost on to consumers, with CPI now seen rising beyond 3.0% during the upcoming months. The big  question is how tolerant the BOE will be and for how long. The pair maintains the neutral stance seen on previous updates, although there’s an increasing bearish potential, as in the 4 hours chart, the price is now below a bearish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator turns lower around its 100 level, whilst the RSI indicator consolidates around 43. The pair has an immediate Fibonacci support at 1.2430 which if broken, can lead to a steady decline down to 1.2346, February low. The pair needs to firm up beyond 1.2540, on the other hand, to gain some bullish traction during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels:  1.2430 1.2390 1.2345

Resistance levels: 1.2500 1.2535 1.2585

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AUD/USD What is a Forex Pip

The Australian dollar rose to 0.7696 against the greenback this Tuesday, underpinned by better-than-expected  Chinese data.  China’s January PPI jumped by 6.9% from a year earlier, the largest annual increase reported since August 2011, and well above the 6.3% increase expected, and previous 5.5%. Consumer prices also rose by more than expected, reaching 2.5% yearly basis after  surging by 1.0% in the month, against previous 0.2%. The rally, however, stalled at a major psychological barrier, the 0.7700 level, reversing course as investors took some profits out of the table, and further falling with USD broad strength. The pair met some buying interest on a slide down to 0.7617, signaling that speculative interest is still willing to buy the dips towards 0.7600. Confined to its usual 0.76/0.77 range, the pair maintains its neutral stance in the 4 hours chart, as the price is a few pips below a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator heads modestly lower right below its 100 level, whilst the RSI indicator already turned higher around 48, limiting chances of further slides.

Support levels: 0.7605 0.7570 0.7530

Resistance levels: 0.7710 0.7745 0.7790

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GBP/CAD What is a Forex Pip

Sterling’s weakness sent the GBP/CAD cross down to 1.6234, its lowest in a week, to end the day at 1.6295. The worrisome levels of wholesale inflation weighed on the British Pound, as output wholesale prices rose by 3.5% in the year to January, and by 0.6% when compared to the previous month. Input prices rose by a whopping 20.5% in the year to January, and by 1.7% from December, reaching the fastest rate of annual growth since September 2008. The Canadian dollar, on the other hand, closed the day flat against the greenback, although upcoming US stockpiles reports may affect the commodity related currency, and affect this sensitive cross. The technical bias is towards the downside, as the price is below a clearly bearish 20 SMA, currently at 1.6360, while technical indicators bounced from oversold readings, but lost upward strength and turned flat within negative territory. A break below the mentioned daily low should see the cross extending its decline down to 1.6180, the 50% retracement of its latest bullish run.

Support levels: 1.6235 1.6180 1.6125

Resistance levels: 1.6360 1.6415 1.6480

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Dow Jones What is a Forex Pip

US indexes closed at record highs for a fourth consecutive session, with the DJIA reaching a new milestone right ahead of the close, settling at 20,504.27, up by 92 points or 0.45%. The Nasdaq Composite added 18 points and closed at 5,782.57, while the S&P gained 0.40%, to 2,337.58. The banking sectors led the way higher on hopes US President Trump will cut corporate taxes, with  JP Morgan Chase leading winners’ list within the Dow, up by 1.71%, and Goldman Sachs up 1.34%, closing at an all-time high. Apple also closed at an all-time high, up daily basis by 1.28%. The DJIA presents a strong bullish tone in the daily chart, as technical indicators keep heading north, although the RSI stands at 79, indicating extreme overbought conditions. Back in December, the indicator reached 86 before correcting lower, which means that current reading is hardly a sign of upward exhaustion. In the 4 hours chart, the index is far above its moving averages, with the 20 SMA heading sharply lower around 20,320, reflecting the buying fever around US equities, whilst technical indicators also head north in extreme overbought territory, with no aims to changing course.

Support levels: 20,489 20,432 20,385

Resistance levels: 20,550 20,600 20,650

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FTSE What is a Forex Pip

The FTSE 100 lost 10 points this Tuesday, closing the day at 7,268.58, despite a strong earnings report from TUI, as the travel firm added 5.18%, after the company reported that its first-quarter losses had narrowed. Royal Bank of Scotland was the best performer, up 5.29% as the banking sector benefited from improving sentiment, while Rolls Royce Holding topped losers’ list, down 3.0% after reporting a pre-tax loss of £4.6bn. The index recovered some ground in after-hours trading, maintaining its positive tone in the daily chart, as it’s still holding well above its moving averages, while technical indicators continue consolidating within positive territory. Shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that the index remains above a bullish 20 SMA, but technical indicators are heading marginally lower, still within positive territory. The Footsie needs to break above 7,298, Monday’s high to gather some upward strength, and advance up to 7,354, the record high posted last January.

Support levels: 7254 7,208 7,163

Resistance levels: 7,298  7,354 7,390

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Gold What is a Forex Pip

An early advance in gold prices was quickly reversed post-Yellen, with the commodity closing the day marginally higher at $1,228.50 a troy ounce. Risk aversion dominated the Asian session, with most local share markets closing in the red, amid Trump’s security advisor resignation.     Slackened physical demand from retailers, weighed on the commodity, but it was increasing speculation of an upcoming US rate hike this March what sent the bright metal lower. Technically, the commodity maintains the positive tone seen on previous updates, as the price remained above a bullish 20 DMA, whilst technical indicators turned flat well above their mid-lines, paring the downward correction from overbought conditions seen at the beginning of the week. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, technical indicators are hovering around their mid-lines, whilst the price struggles around a bearish 20 SMA. A major Fibonacci resistance stands at 1,230.00, with an upward acceleration beyond  it exposing this month high of 1,244.42.

Support levels: 1,221.80 1,210.10 1,200.00

Resistance levels: 1,230.00 1,237.10 1,244.70

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

What is a Forex Pip
Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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Currency Trading System DAILY MARKET REPORT
February 14th 2017

EUR/USD Currency Trading System

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The EUR/USD pair fell briefly below the 1.0600 threshold for the first time in over three weeks, as the “Trump-trade” continues firming up, with Wall Street reaching all-time highs for a third consecutive session. Action across the forex board was limited, as the calendar was extremely light in this first day of the week, although plenty of first-tier data will be released during the upcoming days, with German inflation, EU preliminary Q4 GDP, UK inflation and US PPI among the most relevant for this Tuesday. The positive mood was triggered by comments from US President Trump, after spending the weekend with Japanese PM Abe, who said that “bilateral co-operation is essential,” between the two nations, somehow, toning down his rhetoric about foreign policy. Weighing on the common currency were comments from IMF Lagarde, who said that the organism can agree special deals for any country. The bailout program of the troubled country is under review, with the parts unable to reach an agreement that can save Athens from default.

The EUR/USD pair settled around the 1.0600 level by the end of the day, with a clear bearish stance having took one step further in its way to breaking below the critical 1.0565 support, the 23.6% retracement of the November/January decline. In the  4 hours chart, a bearish 20 SMA keeps containing the downside, now converging with the 200 SMA at 1.0650, whilst technical indicators hold within bearish territory, although with no certain directional strength, amid limited volumes. Advances up to the 1.0700/20 region will be likely be seen as selling opportunities, although a break beyond this last could see the recovery extending up to 1.0800/40, should upcoming US data disappoint big.

Support levels: 1.0590 1.0565 1.0520

Resistance levels: 1.0650 1.0690 1.0720

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USD/JPY Currency Trading System

The USD/JPY pair added modest 40 pips at the beginning of the week, surprisingly limited, despite rising US yields and equities. Early Monday, Japan released its Q4 GDP figures, showing that the economy expanded by 0.2%  in the three months to December,  and by 1% annually. The figures were slightly below market’s expectations of 0.3% and 1.1% respectively, although Japan’s finance minister, Nobuteru Ishihara, said that the soft growth didn’t affect the government’s view that the economy remains in a moderate recovery. During the upcoming Asians session, the country will release its December industrial production figures, with better-than-expected readings fueling confidence among local investors and resulting in the JPY easing further. From a technical point of view, the upward potential remains limited, given that the pair is below the critical 114.50/60 region, the 23.6% retracement of the latest bullish run, and where a bearish 200 SMA stands in the 4 hours chart. In the same time frame, the Momentum indicator has turned sharply lower, but remains within positive territory, while the RSI has also turned modestly lower around 60. The daily low was set at 113.43, the immediate support and the level to break to see the pair easing further below the 113.00 mark.

Support levels: 113.40 113.00 112.60

Resistance levels: 114.00 114.55 114.90

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GBP/USD Currency Trading System

The GBP/USD pair closed the day marginally higher around the 1.2500 level, with Pound’s bulls offsetting moderate dollar’s demand. Investors are waiting for the upcoming releases in the UK this week, with the kingdom set to publish its wholesale and retail inflation figures for January this Tuesday, generally expected above December final readings, and employment numbers next Wednesday. Focus will be on inflation, as a faster-than-expected pace of price growth, may force the BOE to revert its latest decision to cut rates to record lows, pushing the Pound higher as speculative interest rushes to price in the possible Central Bank’s move. From a technical point of view, the pair met selling interest around the 23.6% retracement of the January/February rally this at 1.2535, the level to surpass to consider a more constructive outlook. In the 4 hours chart, the price is stuck around a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators head nowhere around their mid-lines, reflecting the current investors’ wait-and-see stance. Short term buying interest is aligned between 1.2470 and 1.2480, with a break below it probably resulting on a test of 1.2430, the next Fibonacci support.

Support levels:  1.2470 1.2430 1.2390

Resistance levels: 1.2535 1.2585 1.2620

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AUD/USD Currency Trading System

The AUD/USD pair advanced up to 0.7688 at the beginning of the day, but was once again rejected from the critical technical resistance. The pair fell down to 0.7630 on broad dollar’s demand, but bounced back from the level as base metals gained, led by an advance in copper prices as the strike in the Escondida mine, in Chile, fueled concerns about supply shortages. Australia will release its NAB’s Business Confidence index during the upcoming session, but the pair will likely react more to Chinese January inflation data, also to be released during the next few hours.  Technically, the pair has made no progress, still confined within the 0.76/0.77 range, unable to find a clear direction. In the 4 hours chart, the price is  hovering around a flat 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have bounced modestly from their mid-lines, with not enough strength to confirm additional gains ahead.  Spikes beyond the resistance have been steadily rejected since last April, and with the ongoing dollar’s strength, a rally beyond 0.7700 may attract enough selling interest to send the pair down to the base of the mentioned range.

Support levels: 0.7605 0.7570 0.7530

Resistance levels: 0.7710 0.7745 0.7790

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The GBP/CAD cross added some 30 pips this Monday, helped by a resilient Pound. The Sterling closed with modest gains against the greenback, whilst the CAD ended flat against its American rival, trapped between an optimistic meeting between US President Trump and Canadian PM Trudeau, and falling oil prices. The two leaders met to discuss US-Canada trade, and released a joint statement where they pledge to deepen their commercial relationship, and continue their border security programs. From a technical point of view the upward potential is still limited, as in the 4 hours chart, the pair remained capped by a modestly bearish 20 SMA that converges with a horizontal 200 EMA,  whilst technical indicators have turned higher within negative territory, lacking strength. The pair advanced up t0 1.6415 intraday, a Fibonacci resistance that needs to be surpassed to consider further gains ahead.

Support levels: 1.6335 1.6270 1.6220

Resistance levels: 1.6415 1.6480 1.6550

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Dow Jones Currency Trading System

Wall Street extended its advance, posting record closes for a third consecutive day amid returning confidence on the US new administration. The “Trump-trade” resumed last week after the US president announced a major upcoming tax reform, expected to be business-friendly. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 142 points and closed at 20,412.16, while the Nasdaq Composite settled at 5,763.96, up by 0.52%. The S&P gained 12 points or 0.52%, to 2,328.25. Financials led the way higher, with Goldman Sachs up 1.46% and JPMorgan Chase ending the day up by 1.32%. The DJIA traded as high as 20,441 and in the daily chart, the price is far above a now bullish 20 DMA, while technical indicators present strong bullish slopes, and particularly the RSI heads north around 76, with no signs of changing bias any time soon. In the 4 hours chart, the index is far above a strongly bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators are giving signs of upward exhaustion, but remain within extreme overbought levels.

Support levels: 20,378 20,330 20,272

Resistance levels: 20,445 20,490 20,550

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FTSE Currency Trading System

The FTSE 100 closed the day at 7,278.92, up by 20 points or 0.28%, underpinned by an advance in mining-related equities. Despite Pound’s strength, a strike in Chile’s largest copper mine kept the benchmark afloat. Anglo American gained 4.21%, Rio Tint 3.0% while Glencore added 2.56%, all topping gainers´ list. Capita, on the other hand, was the worst performer, down by 2.38%, followed by Fresnillo that lost 1.99%. In the daily chart, the upward momentum is fading in technical indicators, although they remain within positive territory, whilst the index stands above a bearish 20 DMA, currently at 7,190. In the shorter term and according to the 4 hours chart, the risk is towards the upside, as technical indicators have turned flat near overbought readings, but the benchmark stands above a bullish 20 SMA and not far from the record high posted last January at 7,354.

Support levels: 7,208 7,163 7,128

Resistance levels: 7,275 7,326 7,354

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Gold Currency Trading System

Spot gold fell to $1,219.26 a troy ounce this Monday, as risk appetite dominate the scene. The bright metal, however, bounced from the level to close the day around 1,226.50, on physical demand at the bullion market, as Indian jewelers bought to meet the wedding season demand. Also, limiting the slide were higher base-metal prices, on fears of copper shortages amid a strike in one of Chile’s largest mine. The daily chart for gold indicates that the upward potential eased, but it’s too early to call for a retracement, given that the price remains well above a bullish 20 DMA that remains above the 100 DMA, whilst technical indicators retreat, but remain within positive territory. In the 4 hours chart, the price is below a bearish 20 SMA that holds a few cents above the 50% retracement of the post-US election decline, this last around 1,230.00, while technical indicators have recovered within negative territory, holding below previous daily highs. Renewed selling interest below the mentioned daily low will likely see the commodity approaching the critical 1,200 region this Tuesday, where the latest bullish movement will be at risk of reversing.

Support levels: 1,219.20 1,210.10 1,200.00

Resistance levels: 1,230.00 1,237.10 1,244.70

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The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

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Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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