Solutions to anything I want in the world

“I am a data expert, I only supply 50% of the solution, if you are not the technology owner, you can never complete the project unless you have the balance 50%. – Contributed by Oogle.”

The comprehensive solution is defined, detailed, and planned for roll-out. The solution definition, design, and implementation plans are created as follows where is possible to create anything I want:

  1. Identify the candidate solution approaches to address the problems. The documentation should include business processes, organizational impact, technical capabilities, and costs associated with each candidate solution. Prioritize the capabilities and create a transitional plan for implementing the leading candidate solution, which includes the goals and objectives management solution.
  2. Create a detailed definition for each solution you will implement. Each solution definition should include the business processes, organizational impact, and technology architecture of the solution.
  3. Create detailed solution design documents for each security solution that needs to be implemented. These documents, which include the architecture, security architecture, and requirements specification, identify the business background, the business need for a solution that includes identifying the goals and objectives management, and the business and technical requirements for the solution.
  4. Create a detailed project implementation plan for each solution. The project implementation plan describes the project details for implementing the preferred management solution. It includes the business processes, organizational impact, technology architecture of the solution, and the detailed requirements for the solution. To generate this information, the project team should interview and meet with the key people and teams involved in identity management. The persons involved can include the CIO, IT executive, security management and administration team, operations personnel, help desk personnel, key technical teams (for example, the operating system administrators), application development teams, and business managers. These interviews and meetings will enable the team to develop a comparison of how the system currently works and how it can be improved. In determining the goals and objectives of the project implementation plan, ensure that the project team clearly differentiates its requests from the genuine requirements. The project owners should drive the requirements for the proposed plan, although others may contribute to an understanding of the need for the requirements. It is critical that the project owner and the project team agree on the current state of the issues and the requirements for implementing an management solution before starting the project deployment.
    Using the information gathered from the solution documentation, interviews, and workshops, the project team produces the documents that are used to execute the project implementation plan. These documents should include:

    • Project charter for goals and objective management with a breakdown of tasks
    • Statements of work (SOW)
    • Project definition report
    • Requirements document
    • Functional specifications
    • Existing system analysis
    • Phased implementation plan
    • Training plan

    My scope of work is only providing solutions, I can design any solutions to solve any problems, but I do not do the work of analysis, statistician, mathematicians or programmers, or writing reports, I can easily give directions to others to solve any problem and that is what I do best.

РContributed by Oogle. 

You do not need entrance for ERP anymore, just GPS co-ordinates, where there will be a light that flickers when you enter a restricted zone, everything can be multitasked by software and monitored by security cameras

SINGAPORE: Trials which could yield the next generation of the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system are under way along Woodlands Avenue 12.
Last year, four consortia – Kapsch TrafficCom, MHI Engine System Asia and NCS, ST Electronics (Info-Comm Systems) and IBM Singapore, and Watchdata Technologies and Beijing Watchdata System – had won the tender to develop technologies to replace the current gantry system in a timeframe of 18 months.
The four consortia had also been allocated a seed fund of S$1 million each for the project and might include a satellite-tracking system.
In response to queries, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said that the System Evaluation Test (SET) had begun in May and “is a technological trial to help identify a technological solution most suited for Singapore”.
“Woodlands Avenue 12 is a suitable site to conduct on-road testing as it is a relatively straight road with high traffic volumes and a good mix of different vehicle types,” said the LTA spokesperson.
A visit to the site showed that four black-coloured cantilevers, which are about the height of lamp posts, have been erected along the road about 100m apart. A variety of surveillance cameras, reflectors and sensors were mounted on the vertical portions of the structures overhanging the road.
The LTA said that the tests, which are expected to be completed “around the end of the year”, will not cause disruption to other motorists.
“At the end of the SET, LTA will assess the performance of the various solutions to determine whether an appropriate technological solution is available and can form the basis of a next generation ERP system,” said the spokesperson.
However, he added that as the project is in “very early stages”, “the next generation ERP systems, if technically feasible, is still some years away.”
In Parliament earlier this year, Minister of State for Transport Josephine Teo had said that it was too early to speculate when the next generation ERP system, or ERP 2, will be introduced, but added that the LTA would have to make sure that it can be reliably used for road pricing.


How to increase your brain power up to 1000 times

How to increase your brain power

I was attacked by MkUltra Project where the attacker uses programming to control me for experiments, causing my schizophrenia condition. But the mistake is the person tried too many times until I developed my own technologies to counter it, getting immune in the process. These are the skills I use to counter it which I had developed, where if you uses memory power and you pushed it to the limit, the result is brain damage.

1) Linking
The ability to link a keyword to a paragraph or an entire page, where sound and video can also be linked, together with any type of files
2) Comparing between two data formats
You also need a basic comparing method between two similar or distanced objects.
3) The ability to layout a TimeLine where there are boxes of info for you to insert. You can leave blanks for missing info and fill in the blanks later to complete the picture.
4) The above is basic skills you need to learn to be able to extract info from a database, where you do not need super memory power, just basic skills and knowledge, where it is possible to merge data with a fast computer with tools like 3D search and create multiple views to create any scenerios. You need to be an all rounder  with a basic education before you can developed the skills to push yourself to the limit.
5) With just the basic skills, even an educational institutions like pre-school can develop games to cater to young children to learn the skills, but it is not possible under my advanced trainning where you can multitask, link to external tools like 3D search engine, Datamining, Analysis to solve any problems you want. By multitasking you can also use your senses, like your eyes and your ears, to learn two things at the same time, I can even use smell, touch and taste, even my sixth sense to get any info I want to merge and compare info. That is the reason nobody has my training, where I can even use facial expression, voice, stress and body language. 
6) If you want to learn the advance training, it is reserved for the UN, until I get where I want to go, without furthur research and development, I am afraid of safety which may cause brain damage. Play some more games and I will destroy all my work forever. Therefore screw around some more I can afford to hire the entire Liberation Army of China to attack any country I want. Screw around my workplace I can kill anyone I want and nobody dare to put me in prison. I already warned you I can pre-empt any moves, when you start planning, I already know everything and I will hit back with the most brutal action.
A systematic approach to attain education success
Today’s education is mirrored on examinations which does not equip the individual with a skillset to problem solving nor will it train the individual to excel. In order to be successful, one must be prepared to be an all rounder so that you can understand all the processes to solve problems, generating great productivity if you have the skillset for planning a Lifelong education, where Distance Learning will help save the greatest cost. You need to study at your own pace but once you gather the momentum, you could greatly increase the speed of learning, where it is not impossible to have a few degrees to keep yourself from being redundant, and very soon, you can have an impossible dream, being an expert in many areas. The trick is shortening the learning processes but not the learning knowledge which is impossible to replace. Therefore, if you have great tolerance with a basic skillset solving problems systematically, you could achieve great results where you could even train your own mind to achieve anything you want.

“The Future of Learning is not exams but problem solving with analytical skills where memory skills is not crucial anymore but the understanding of knowledge, where it is possible to shorten the learning curve but not the learning process at your own pace for a LifeLong learning planning.”

– Contributed by Oogle.

My Knowledge is Freely given, you are stupid to pay my family

My Knowledge is Freely given, you are stupid to pay my family

I do not need any money from anyone
My Knowledge is Freely given
You are stupid if you pay my family
Like Jesus who freely heal the sick and perform miracles
I do not have Jesus’s gifts
But the Tree of Knowledge
And I will help everyone and save everyone
Solve Hunger and Poverty, Diseases and Inequality
Creating vast amounts of technology
Creating jobs for everyone
So that everyone will be prosperous
Mankind will advance but not fall back
My mission is to draw everyone to God
To run for the Ultimate prize
If anyone should fall it will be on my shoulders
In this way I can sit at the right hand of God
In the world to come
In order to be a master
I need to be first a servant
And because of that
I have no worries of money
And can still afford 100 wives
Nobody can change my destiny
You can ask the entire world to try to stop me
But you can never change what God has decreed.

– Contributed by Oogle.

China must accelerate to open up it’s Financial markets, there is no systematic risk of a slowdown

BEIJING | Sun Oct 7, 2012 5:26pm EDT

(Reuters) – China risks economic malaise, deepening unrest and ultimately even a crisis that could shake the Communist Party’s grip on power unless its next leader, Xi Jinping, pushes through stalled reforms, experts close to the government have warned.
The warnings, striking for their openly urgent tone, have been aired both inside the party and publicly, and reflect an internal debate about the direction of the new leadership that takes power next month.
“There is a potential crisis in China’s model of economic growth,” said a paper from Strategy and Reform, one of several think tanks and groups that throughout this year have plied officials with blueprints for Xi’s coming decade in power.
“The next decade might be the last opportunity for actively pursuing reform, and we should treasure this last chance,” said the paper released on the group’s website (
“China is confronting a perilous jump, one that it can neither hide from nor avoid no matter what,” said the paper from the group, which includes academics, company executives, government policy-advisers and some officials.
China heads into next month’s party congress – where Xi is set to take over from Hu Jintao as top leader – with the economy heading for its slowest annual growth rate in at least 13 years, while social stresses, such as ire over corruption, land grabs and unmet welfare demands have stirred protests.
“China’s economic and social contradictions seem to be nearing a threshold,” prominent Chinese economist Wu Jinglian said in a recent interview with Caijing business magazine.
Advocates of reform are pressing Xi to cut back the privileges of state-owned firms, make it easier for rural migrants to settle permanently in cities, fix a fiscal system that encourages local governments to live off land expropriations and, above all, tether the powers of a state that they say risks suffocating growth and fanning discontent.
Most party-linked proponents said in interviews with Reuters that political reform must start at the grassroots and be incremental; they called outright democracy a distant or unrealistic idea.
“You can’t solve all of these problems in a decade, but you can address the reforms urgently needed by ordinary people and show that you’re heading in the right direction,” said Deng Yuwen, an editor at the Study Times, a newspaper published by the Central Party School which trains rising officials.
He recently shot to prominence after publishing an essay lamenting the lost chances for reform under President Hu and Premier Wen Jiabao. He said their successors must move faster.
“The next two or three years, and at most the next political cycle, will be a crucial period for China’s development,” Deng wrote in a new Chinese-language book on the theme.
Although China’s economy remains relatively robust — it grew 7.6 percent in the second quarter — advocates of reform say their worries are about longer-term prospects.
The party’s recent unity behind a decision to punish disgraced politician Bo Xilai has kindled hopes among some that Xi (pronounced “Shee”) can build similar accord for bolder reforms.
Xi is aware of the calls, said experts and party insiders. But heeding them will require him to take on economic and political blocs with a powerful hold over policy.
“Does the new leadership recognize that they’re reaching a key inflection point in their economic and political path? I think the answer is yes. But the other question is: Do they have the courage to act boldly on those problems,” said Christopher Johnson, a specialist on China at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D.C.
“The question is whether the system has become so sclerotic that they won’t be able to get anything done,” said Johnson, who once worked as a China analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Past leadership transitions in China have also kindled hopes for big change, including some political liberalization.
Before President Hu Jintao came to power in late 2002, he faced calls for ambitious change, and some analysts and reporters saw in him the makings of a bold innovator. Those hopes foundered as Hu proved to be a cautious conformist, and some are now wary of investing such expectations in Xi.
Yet the expectations for reform are louder and more urgent than when Hu took power, said several experts. If it is wrong to pile high hopes upon Xi, it is also wrong to regard him as a replica of his predecessors, some said.
“Before each congress, there’s always a debate, but it feels sharper this time,” said Zhang Jianjing, editor of “China Reform” magazine, which has advocated pro-market policies and using the law to curb state power.
“There’s a deeper sense of anxiety now that goes beyond specific issues. There is a widespread sense of foreboding,” said Zhang, a journalist who has followed four party congresses.
Many economists believe that without transformation, China’s growth by the end of this decade will be nearer 5 percent a year than the roughly 10 percent annual expansion achieved in the decades after Deng Xiaoping launched reforms in 1978.
China can achieve another two decades of annual growth of about 8 percent if it implements the right policies, according to Peking University professor Justin Lin, who was the World Bank’s chief economist until earlier this year.
Xi’s “princeling” pedigree – as the son of a party leader who served alongside Mao Zedong – could make him more comfortable in wielding power than Hu and Premier Wen Jiabao, with their more humble backgrounds and ways.
Xi’s extensive experience as an official in wealthy coastal provinces powered by private business also might make him more open to pro-market change, the pro-reform advocates added.
China’s present leaders have “lacked political imagination and seen themselves as operating a machine”, said Yao Zhongqiu, president of the Unirule Institute of Economics, a privately run think tank in Beijing that advocates free market policies. “But the next generation has a quite different temperament.”
Since Xi, 59, was anointed Hu’s presumptive successor in 2007, he has mostly refused to spell out his ideas – necessary for survival in Chinese politics where deference to the incumbent leader is expected.
But recently, Xi hinted that he understands the calls for him to take a bolder path, even if he wants to also put to rest any expectations he will seek a radical change.
In a talk with Hu Deping, son of the late reformist leader Hu Yaobang, Xi said he favored steady reform.
Signs the party leadership wants to trim the Politburo Standing Committee – the core of party power – from nine to seven members also appear to reflect a desire for more agile policy-setting.
The list of those new Standing Committee members will not be announced until the end of the party congress, when Xi is likely to be named party general secretary. He will be named state president at a parliament session likely to convene in March.
Yet even if Xi wins a leadership lineup sympathetic to a bolder agenda, he faces the obstacle of pushing changes past powerful state sectors and state-owned conglomerates that have enjoyed privileged access to credit and opportunities.
He might also have to accommodate two retired leaders, Hu and his predecessor Jiang Zemin, who are likely to demand a say in big policy changes. That could make for unwieldy compromises bogging down change, said some advocates of reform.
“There’s never been a situation like this with three bosses,” said Yao, the president of the Unirule institute, referring to Xi, Hu and Jiang.
“There will be a mismatch between social expectations and the political structure. But if expectations (for reform) are disappointed again, the ramifications will be more serious than before, and it will be very difficult for Xi.” (Reporting by Chris Buckley; Editing by Mark Bendeich and Raju Gopalakrishnan)

Anybody can predict the Future? What about calculating and devising a strategy against Risks? If you cannot handle the maize, stay away from the markets

Sun Oct 7, 2012 4:42pm EDT <span class="articleLocation”>(Reuters) – Options traders in the U.S. stock market are getting their bets in place in case the U.S. economy tumbles down the “fiscal cliff,” or worse, if the U.S. presidential election is so close that the result is disputed.
The stock market has been relatively calm in recent weeks in the face of uncertainty over the November 6 election and concerns that the economy could be pitched into a new recession because of substantial tax rises and government spending cuts – the so-called fiscal cliff – due to hit early next year unless Congress agrees to cancel or delay them.
Some option traders already are starting to build up protective positions on these big risks. In an environment of subdued volatility, the cost of doing so is relatively low, making it advantageous to take out insurance in case Washington remains gridlocked for an extended period after the election and the markets are roiled.
According to InTrade, current odds show President Barack Obama will be re-elected. However, expectations are Republicans should maintain control of at least the House of Representatives and possibly gain marginal control of the Senate.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s strong performance against Obama in the first of three debates last Wednesday night has improved his odds, though not yet enough to put him ahead in the polls.
The biggest shock would be if the election was so close that there was a legal battle over who won, mirroring the struggle between George W. Bush and Al Gore in 2000. That could further hurt the chances of compromise in Washington, and spook investors and the credit ratings agencies.
In the 2000 battle, Gore emerged as the winner of the popular vote but the results in Florida were disputed. Legal arguments dragged on for a month before Bush was declared the winner in Florida by 537 votes, thus giving him a margin in the Electoral College and the presidency.
During those weeks, the CBOE Volatility Index .VIX on an intraday basis crossed above 30 on more than one occasion, suggesting heightened anxiety. The widely watched gauge of investor anxiety ended at 14.33 on Friday, under its long-term average of 20.5 and well below the panic levels of 40 and higher seen last year during the worst of the euro zone crisis and after the U.S. lost its triple-A credit rating.
The S&P 500 .SPX fell about 5 percent to 1359.99 between election day and when the election result was finally resolved in mid-December.
Given the fiscal problems and weak economy, the impact of any disputed election would likely be greater this time around. The chances of a close call and subsequent legal disputes may have increased given there are already court battles over voter identification laws introduced in a series of states.
Futures contracts on the VIX fell Friday, though they show traders expect some additional volatility by year-end.
“We think the VIX will rise above 25 at some point over the next two months and possibly spike into a significantly higher-magnitude shock,” said MKM Partners derivatives strategist Jim Strugger. A rising VIX, a 30-day risk forecast of stock market volatility, usually corresponds with a fall in stocks.
More telling is the rising bearish positioning in the S&P 500. As of Friday morning, open interest in November SPX put contracts was at 823,000 contracts, more than double the 384,720 outstanding SPX November call options contracts, according to options analytics firm Livevol in San Francisco.
Strugger recommends a number of strategies in single-stock positions as a hedge, such as puts, put spreads and collars, which involves an investor selling an out-of-the-money call to fund the purchase of an out-of-the-money put, for December and/or January positions.
Michael Schwartz, chief options strategist at Oppenheimer & Co, has set up an election protection strategy which involves buying inexpensive downside 1400 November puts on the S&P 500 Index to partially hedge a portfolio. The strategy limits downside risk while still allowing room for gains.
Regardless of who wins the presidency, the budget decisions facing lawmakers could make the end of the year a rollercoaster.
“The U.S. election may be a red herring, where the true issue may be the fiscal cliff after the election,” said Steve Place, a founder of options analytics firm in Mobile, Alabama.
Investors more worried about the fiscal cliff could use a put diagonal spread on the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average exchange-traded fund (DIA.P), Place said. Such a strategy gives the investor wider downside protection after November expiration, a bet that the election itself will be relatively calm, but the fiscal cliff will cause more volatility.
Place said a purchase of the DIA January 2013 $133 put strike and a sale of the DIA November $131 put strike would provide modest downside protection to about $125 into November, corresponding to about 12,500 on the Dow industrials .DJI. The Dow is currently at 13,610.15, which would roughly correspond to the DIA ETF at about $136; it closed at $135.96 Friday.
If the DIA is above $125 per share and below $133, which would require there to be a substantial correction in the Dow but not a crash, the investor stands to make between 30 and 100 percent on the position by November expiration. The January put leaves investors with more significant downside protection.
With the S&P 500 at 1,460, up 16 percent on the year, volatility is low. Gareth Feighery, a founder of options education firm in Philadelphia, said conservative investors can exploit this calm to pick up relatively inexpensive puts as protection.
Puts, contracts granting the right to sell the underlying security at a fixed price by a certain date, can help investors insure their stock holdings against adverse price swings, while a call gives the buyer a chance to profit on a price rise.
With the risk of volatility spiking on whoever wins the election, the reward for purchasing at-the-money puts on the SPDR S&P 500 Trust (SPY.P) is attractive, Feighery said.
For example, the $146 SPY January strike put for a cost of $4.90 factors in a decline of about 3.3 percent by expiration. That would translate to a fall to about 1,413 for the S&P 500 Index .SPX .INX. The strategy will protect investors from any sharp pullback in the market by year-end.
Some traders are also suggesting playing key sectors based on the results of the election.
One example is the health care sector, which has been volatile during the Obama administration because of reforms to extend health insurance to tens of millions of Americans. Romney has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but his ability to do so may be constrained by Congress.
Health insurer Aetna Inc (AET.N) has already placed a $7.3 billion wager on the law not being repealed, said Brent Archer, options analyst at options research firm, in Charlottesville, Virginia. In August, Aetna agreed to pay a 20 percent premium for Coventry Health Care Inc (CVH.N) to expand its footprint in the U.S. government-backed Medicare and Medicaid programs.
For a bullish to neutral trade on Aetna, Archer likes the January 2013 $36-$38 bull-put credit spread for a 40-cent credit per share. That trade will make investors a 25 percent return as long as Aetna shares are above $38 at January expiration. They closed Friday at $41.66.
A bull-put credit spread is a strategy where an investor sells a put, then buys a lower-strike put – earning an initial credit. Ideally, both options expire worthless and the investor keeps the credit as profit on the trade.
No matter who wins the election, Mike Tosaw, a portfolio manager at Know Your Options, an advisory firm in Chicago, does not believe Congress will be able to cut spending enough to reduce the national deficit. That will hurt the value of the dollar, and makes precious metals a more attractive investment.
Tosaw views precious metals, particularly the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD.P) and the iShares Silver Trust (SLV.P), as long-term investments that have potential upside no matter the outcome of the election.
He said a collar is a good strategy to hedge against market volatility. For example, a holder of the SLV or GLD ETFs can sell a call that is about 10 percent out-of-the money and use the proceeds to purchase a protective put that is equally out-of-the-money.
“By doing that, you have 90 percent of your investment protected,” Tosaw said. “The downside is that the upside is capped at about 10 percent profit.”
(Reporting By Doris Frankel; Editing by David Gaffen, Martin Howell and Diane Craft)

Call and Put options are events that will trigger a match when there is movement in the markets. Typically, HFT can handle rapid ups and downs, but there is no programs or strategy that can handle very volatile movements of large swing where there is no direction, as such, if the SEC does not rectify the loophole, there will be a a fiscal cliff where risks will be so high it will wipe out your pants, anyone trying to hedge will encounter 1000% higher risks than what is anticipated because there is a loophole in HFT which will crash the markets. 1st problem, HFT cannot handle huge volume where the risks are not covered. There will huge garbage of unmatched orders which will freeze the exchange. By the time you match the orders, you would have lost money for a huge volatile market where there is no direction. No one has the knowledge or strategy to correct this issue in america now. The present strategy of all HFT programs is to drive the markets up or down thru volume by ticks will make the situation worse.
– Contributed by Oogle.