Buying And Selling Art



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Dominiche – the art of buying and selling – Episode #01


 'Clouds' Cluster Earrings (Thailand)


‘Clouds’ Cluster Earrings (Thailand)


$17.99


This handmade creation is offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic. Product Features: Story Behind the Art: Thai artisan Tui tells his story. ‘My name is Komkrit Sitthiprasert but everyone calls me Tui. After receiving a BS in car mechanics, I worked in a car magazine. In 1997, our economy suffered and I had to find something to supplement my income. My girlfriend and I started selling women’s clothing, including coordinated jewelry. However, the jewelry started selling better than the clothes! We learned to design and make beautiful jewelry and developed our own style. Now we focus only on jewelry.’ What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported Ships Carbon Neutral* All weights and measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed information. Please allow 10 business days for the product to leave our warehouse and to receive tracking information. You should expect to receive this item within 15 business days of the order date. See Treatment Guide for further information.

 401(K) Day Trading


401(K) Day Trading


$33.84


401(k) Day Trading takes readers on a journey through the environment, rationale, and process for day trading a retirement portfolio in minutes a day. The day trading strategy puts a new wrapper on an old package. Its approach to buying low and selling high through daily fund exchanges draws on all but one of the fundamental principles of investment management – investing for the long term was overrated anyway – to exploit daily market volatility. Too simple to be called an algorithm, day trading uses basic arithmetic to set up and capture stock market gains in a wobbly market from once-a-day fund exchanges within the unique framework of retirement savings plans where trades do not trigger immediate taxes or direct trading costs. Whereas stock investorsgot whipsawed to a 21 percent loss over the last decade, a 401(k) day trader could have made money in his or her retirement savings portfolio during this period. The books explains how. Punch-drunk 401(k) investors know they need help, and now. With over50 million 401(k) accountholders and millions more looking for fresh insights on managing their retirement savings accounts, what better way can you imagine for them to begin 2011 than to get hold of a book offering a strategy to close in on their retirement dreams? -Provided by publisher. *Author: Schmitt, Richard *Series Title: Wiley Trading *Subtitle: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day *Publication Date: 2011/10/04 *Number of Pages: 298 *Binding Type: Hardcover *Language: English *Depth: 1.25 *Width: 6.25 *Height: 9.00

 401(k) Day Trading


401(k) Day Trading


$32.99


For many, retirement has become increasingly difficult to both attain and afford. But there is a way today’s 401(k) participant, as well as those contributing to similar retirement savings plans, can turn their retirement dreams into reality. With over twenty-five years of experience consulting on retirement plans, author Richard Schmitt knows what it takes to make the most of them, and now, in 401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day, he shows you how. Divided into four comprehensive parts, this reliable resource takes you step-by-step through the environment, rationale, and process of day trading your retirement portfolio in minutes a day. It skillfully outlines an approach to buying low and selling high through daily fund exchanges-that draws on many of the fundamental principles of investment management-to exploit daily market volatility.

 401(k) Day Trading


401(k) Day Trading


$38.99


For many, retirement has become increasingly difficult to both attain and afford. But there is a way today’s 401(k) participant, as well as those contributing to similar retirement savings plans, can turn their retirement dreams into reality. With over twenty-five years of experience consulting on retirement plans, author Richard Schmitt knows what it takes to make the most of them, and now, in 401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day, he shows you how. Divided into four comprehensive parts, this reliable resource takes you step-by-step through the environment, rationale, and process of day trading your retirement portfolio in minutes a day. It skillfully outlines an approach to buying low and selling high through daily fund exchanges-that draws on many of the fundamental principles of investment management-to exploit daily market volatility.

 401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day


401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day


$15


For many, retirement has become increasingly difficult to both attain and afford. But there is a way today’s 401(k) participant, as well as those contributing to similar retirement savings plans, can turn their retirement dreams into reality. With over twenty-five years of experience consulting on retirement plans, author Richard Schmitt knows what it takes to make the most of them, and now, in 401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day, he shows you how. Divided into four comprehensive parts, this reliable resource takes you step-by-step through the environment, rationale, and process of day trading your retirement portfolio in minutes a day. It skillfully outlines an approach to buying low and selling high through daily fund exchanges-that draws on many of the fundamental principles of investment management-to exploit daily market volatility.

 A Guide To A Picking, Buying And Selling Business: The Art Of Buying And Selling Merchandise For Profit


A Guide To A Picking, Buying And Selling Business: The Art Of Buying And Selling Merchandise For Profit


$4.49


David M. Lawrence, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Booktango

 A Passion for Books


A Passion for Books


$16.99


When I have a little money, I buy books. And if any is left, I buy food and clothing.”-Desiderius ErasmusThose who share Erasmus’s love of those curious bundles of paper bound together between hard or soft covers know exactly how he felt. These are the people who can spend hours browsing through a bookstore, completely oblivious not only to the passage of time but to everything else around them, the people for whom buying books is a necessity, not a luxury. A Passion for Books is a celebration of that love, a collection of sixty classic and contemporary essays, stories, lists, poems, quotations, and cartoons on the joys of reading, appreciating, and collecting books. This enriching collection leads off with science-fiction great Ray Bradbury’s Foreword, in which he remembers his penniless days pecking out Fahrenheit 451 on a rented typewriter, conjuring up a society so frightened of art that it burns its books. This struggle-financial and creative-led to his lifelong love of all books, which he hopes will cosset him in his grave, “Shakespeare as a pillow, Pope at one elbow, Yeats at the other, and Shaw to warm my toes. Good company for far-travelling.”Booklovers will also find here a selection of writings by a myriad of fellow sufferers from bibliomania. Among these are such contemporary authors as Philip Roth, John Updike, Umberto Eco, Robertson Davies, Nicholas Basbanes, and Anna Quindlen; earlier twentieth-century authors Chris-topher Morley, A. Edward Newton, Holbrook Jackson, A.S.W. Rosenbach, William Dana Orcutt, Robert Benchley, and William Targ; and classic authors such as Michel de Montaigne, Gustave Flaubert, Petrarch, and Anatole France. Here also are entertaining and humorous lists such as the “Ten Best-Selling Books Rejected by Publishers Twenty Times or More,” the great books included in Clifton Fadiman and John Major’s New Lifetime Reading Plan, Jonathan Yardley’s “Ten Books That Shaped the American Character,” “Ten Memorable Books That Never Exist

 A Passion for Books


A Passion for Books


$14.99


When I have a little money, I buy books. And if any is left, I buy food and clothing.”-Desiderius ErasmusThose who share Erasmus’s love of those curious bundles of paper bound together between hard or soft covers know exactly how he felt. These are the people who can spend hours browsing through a bookstore, completely oblivious not only to the passage of time but to everything else around them, the people for whom buying books is a necessity, not a luxury. A Passion for Books is a celebration of that love, a collection of sixty classic and contemporary essays, stories, lists, poems, quotations, and cartoons on the joys of reading, appreciating, and collecting books. This enriching collection leads off with science-fiction great Ray Bradbury’s Foreword, in which he remembers his penniless days pecking out Fahrenheit 451 on a rented typewriter, conjuring up a society so frightened of art that it burns its books. This struggle-financial and creative-led to his lifelong love of all books, which he hopes will cosset him in his grave, “Shakespeare as a pillow, Pope at one elbow, Yeats at the other, and Shaw to warm my toes. Good company for far-travelling.”Booklovers will also find here a selection of writings by a myriad of fellow sufferers from bibliomania. Among these are such contemporary authors as Philip Roth, John Updike, Umberto Eco, Robertson Davies, Nicholas Basbanes, and Anna Quindlen; earlier twentieth-century authors Chris-topher Morley, A. Edward Newton, Holbrook Jackson, A.S.W. Rosenbach, William Dana Orcutt, Robert Benchley, and William Targ; and classic authors such as Michel de Montaigne, Gustave Flaubert, Petrarch, and Anatole France. Here also are entertaining and humorous lists such as the “Ten Best-Selling Books Rejected by Publishers Twenty Times or More,” the great books included in Clifton Fadiman and John Major’s New Lifetime Reading Plan, Jonathan Yardley’s “Ten Books That Shaped the American Character,” “Ten Memorable Books That Never Exist

 Alternating Worlds


Alternating Worlds


$5.66


Used – Graham Rohde is one of the most respected art and antique dealers of the twenty-fourth century. Son of an eminent scholar, he is one of the period’s leading art historians. Rohde spends his time traveling across the Galaxy, buying and selling rare and valuable objects. After an antique is stolen from an isolated and forgotten planet, he is hired to find the missing piece. He soon discovers that the theft is only one incident in an interplanetary dispute that is mushrooming into a clash of

 Alternating Worlds


Alternating Worlds


$6.84


New – Graham Rohde is one of the most respected art and antique dealers of the twenty-fourth century. Son of an eminent scholar, he is one of the period’s leading art historians. Rohde spends his time traveling across the Galaxy, buying and selling rare and valuable objects. After an antique is stolen from an isolated and forgotten planet, he is hired to find the missing piece. He soon discovers that the theft is only one incident in an interplanetary dispute that is mushrooming into a clash of

 Alternating Worlds


Alternating Worlds


$11.63


New – Graham Rohde is one of the most respected art and antique dealers of the twenty-fourth century. Son of an eminent scholar, he is one of the period’s leading art historians. Rohde spends his time traveling across the Galaxy, buying and selling rare and valuable objects. After an antique is stolen from an isolated and forgotten planet, he is hired to find the missing piece. He soon discovers that the theft is only one incident in an interplanetary dispute that is mushrooming into a clash of

 Alternating Worlds


Alternating Worlds


$1.99


Used – Graham Rohde is one of the most respected art and antique dealers of the twenty-fourth century. Son of an eminent scholar, he is one of the period’s leading art historians. Rohde spends his time traveling across the Galaxy, buying and selling rare and valuable objects. After an antique is stolen from an isolated and forgotten planet, he is hired to find the missing piece. He soon discovers that the theft is only one incident in an interplanetary dispute that is mushrooming into a clash of

 American and European Art Pottery Price Guide


American and European Art Pottery Price Guide


$9.46


New – Over 2,000 listings accurately describe an price items by all the major producers in the United States, from the nineteenth century to the 1930s…Over 300 photographs, and sketches of common marks and shapes, make identification of what you are collecting, buying and selling easy. Interesting background details on the potteries along with other helpful information, make this book a must for every art pottery enthusiast.

 American and European Art Pottery Price Guide


American and European Art Pottery Price Guide


$4.68


New – Over 2,000 listings accurately describe an price items by all the major producers in the United States, from the nineteenth century to the 1930s…Over 300 photographs, and sketches of common marks and shapes, make identification of what you are collecting, buying and selling easy. Interesting background details on the potteries along with other helpful information, make this book a must for every art pottery enthusiast.

 And They Keep Coming Back


And They Keep Coming Back


$13.02


As many “service industry” employees will tell you, every time they think that they’ve seen it all, someone proves them wrong. From retail clerks, to waitress’ we can all tell you. People, the public we enjoy serving, sometimes have some interesting interpretations of the type of service and rights they are entitled to. Those of us still in this industry enjoy the ever changing and challenging situations. Many seasoned sales people will tell you that buying and selling is an extremely emotional issue. This book will prove it. This book is to be considered an observation of life, and the human emotions that drive it. It is my belief that the vast majority of people are basically good, upstanding and want fairness. Sometimes even the best of us are clueless or less than brilliant at times. It is said that prostitution is the world’s oldest occupation. A good sales person will beg to differ. After all how do you think the deal was made in the first place? To avoid burnout, many of us take these “interpretations” with a sense of humor and frequently a grain of aspirin. We note the time of day casually scratching our arm so we can see our watch or check it on our computer monitor. Some days closing time can’t come fast enough. Other days have been great and we’ve made everyone happy. Finally “beer thirty” comes and we can trade stories with others that can relate. The author of this book has spent over thirty seven years doing what it takes in quest of learning the art of selling, as well as the art of survival. Together with his wife Deb, They own a pet shop “Aquaria Pets” in Hutchinson Minnesota. What could possibly happen there? After all it’s a place of enchantment and wonder. Everyone loves the soothing qualities of pet’s right? But be forewarned humor is the best defense, and no matter how funny the joke is, someone we promise will be offended. Consider yourself warned now. Steve is many times called politically incorrect. It’s not that he doesn’t care. He does.

 Antiques on the Cheap: A Savvy Dealer's Tips: Buying, Restoring, Selling


Antiques on the Cheap: A Savvy Dealer’s Tips: Buying, Restoring, Selling


$18.95


Get the inside scoop on every aspect of antiquing and buying, cleaning, repairing, embellishing, refinishing, restoring, and selling. Expert advice for getting great deals at auctions, flea markets, and shops, and how to spot items that can be repaired to increase their value. Advice for selling antiques at flea markets, on consignment, and in shops is included. Author Biography: James W. McKenzie is presently a self-employed antique dealer and restorer who has 20 years of experience working in various antique businesses, putting much know-how advice into his book, Antiques on the Cheap. He has had 27 years of hands-on experience in restoration work and selling and currently restores American art pottery for other dealers. James has been married for 35 years to his wife, Wanda, and has two daughters and three grandchildren. He lives in West Virginia.

 Anyone Can Sell


Anyone Can Sell


$25.45


New – A handbook on the art of selling. Based on the principles of facilitative selling, it shows the reader how to question their customers, understand their needs and help them to make the right buying decisions.

 Art Dealer's Field Guide


Art Dealer’s Field Guide


$5.16


How to Profit in Art Buying and Selling Valuable PaintingsLearn how to find valuable paintings, develop a stable of pickers and dealers, form an art investment club, raise money to buy paintings, use dealer’s tricks and techniques, develop lists of collectors, investors, and delaers who want to buy your paintings, use internet databases to research art, travel the world buying American art abroad.

 Art Dealer's Field Guide: How to Profit in Art Buying and Selling Valuable Paintings


Art Dealer’s Field Guide: How to Profit in Art Buying and Selling Valuable Paintings


$11.2


New – Davis explains how to find valuable paintings, develop a stable of pickers and dealers, form an art investment club, raise money to buy paintings, and a number of other topics of interest to art collectors.

 Art Dealer's Field Guide: How to Profit in Art Buying and Selling Valuable Paintings


Art Dealer’s Field Guide: How to Profit in Art Buying and Selling Valuable Paintings


$11.98


Used – Davis explains how to find valuable paintings, develop a stable of pickers and dealers, form an art investment club, raise money to buy paintings, and a number of other topics of interest to art collectors.
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