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Men’s Shed Carn is inviting men and women of all ages from the Carndonagh area to come along to the ‘relaunch’ of their community-based initiative later this month.The aim of the Men’s Shed relaunch or ‘Open Night’, which will take place at the Old Co-op Moville Road premises from 7pm to 9pm on Thursday, September 26, is to provide information on the exciting range of activities, projects and courses on offer at the Shed from October onwards and to encourage those in attendance to sign up or become new members.It will also aim to hear the views of the local community on what activities and projects they would like to see offered in the Shed. Conor Doherty, Chairperson of Men’s Shed Carn project, said: “Ever since the award-winning DJ and local celebrity Michelle Doherty gave the ‘thumbs up’ to our project at the official launch in 2012, our renovated premises at the Old Co-op Moville Road has represented an important ‘community hub’ for men in the local area.“Indeed, this project has been a fantastic initiative aimed at helping tackle social isolation and promote the health and wellbeing of local men – in particular in the years following the recession and economic downturn when employment was scarce or non-existent.“Importantly, the Men’s Shed Carn project has always had an ‘open door’ policy since its inception – providing local men (school leavers, employed, unemployed or indeed retired) with a welcoming and supportive environment where they have been able to immerse themselves in projects or expend their energies with a great sense of ‘togetherness’.“However, whilst unemployment was rife in 2012 when our project began, in more recent years we have seen an upturn in the economy with many of our members finding employment or moving elsewhere. “Though we are delighted with this success for individual members it has meant that the number of members has reduced, and we are now keen to reinvigorate the Shed and do all that we can to attract new and former members – widening the scope of projects and training opportunities to a much broader audience.“As part of an ongoing review, we have therefore agreed that both men and women are now welcome to join and become members of the Shed. Indeed, this follows on from a successful furniture restoration course over the last 4 or 5 years which was also attended by 9 local women – and which worked out very well and was truly beneficial for all involved.“Also as part of our new review, we have agreed that local farmers will be a key target audience in our future attempts to attract new members and to serve a wider, more diverse community.“Indeed, some of our members are retired business owners, school teachers and professionals who gain a lot from participation and membership of the Shed.“It is important to highlight that the Shed is not just for people who want to want to make things – but offers a whole lot more! “I would, therefore, welcome men and women – both young and old – from the wider Carndonagh area to come along to the ‘Open Night’ where we’ll be providing further information on our wide-ranging activities, projects and courses at the Shed.”The Men’s Shed Carn project is supported by Inishowen Development Partnership (IDP) and had been supported by Donegal ETB for some of its courses over the years. Another important supporter of the shed in the Inishowen Co-op, in whose premises the shed has operated since its inception.Inishowen Development Partnership’s Community Development and Education Officer, Denise McCool, added: “IDP have been really delighted to support the Men’s Shed Carn project since its inception in 2012 – not least in terms of their aim to help alleviate social isolation for men in the Carndonagh area and to promote health and wellbeing.“The success of this project and its positive impacts are clearly evident in the palpable sense of ‘togetherness’, ‘companionship’ and ‘connection’ created by and between the men. “This initiative has also given the men a real sense of purpose – as well as an enhanced confidence with their participation in many of the educational and training courses funded through IDP or the ETB. Not only that, but the men involved have also given so much back to their local community, often unseen and unsung deeds.“I would, therefore, encourage as many people as possible to come along to the ‘Open Night’ on Thursday 26 September.“There’ll also be information on the night about the new opening hours of the Shed as well as further details on upcoming courses including health & safety, furniture restoration and computing.“Some of the musicians and members from the newly-established Music Night will also be performing on the night and refreshments will be provided!“It promises to be a great evening in support of what is a wonderful community-based project led by the men themselves – and which aims to see both men and women from our local area joining and becoming new members.“We would also ask people from the local area interested in finding out more about the Shed – as well as other community groups – to come along to support this valuable local initiative.“Indeed, we’re very excited about the future direction of the Shed and truly feel it offers a wide range of activities, projects and courses for many more people in the community.”The new opening times for the Men’s Shed Carn are as follows: Monday – Music Night 8-11pmTuesday – 10am-12noon & 7:30-9:30pm (for the furniture restoration course from October 1st 2019)Wednesday – 10am-12noonThursday – 10am-12noon & 1:30-4pmFriday – 10am-1pm & the Cards Night 8-10:30pmRelaunch of Men’s Shed Carn aims to attract new members was last modified: September 14th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The markets didn’t move much this week. Harvest pressure continues to limit corn upside potential. Beans at first looked like they may take off as harvest slowed, but on Friday, Brazil’s currency fell against the dollar. This meant a price boost for Brazilian farmers who sold some beans, putting pressure on futures prices. The 30-day forecast for South America looks good for growing beans. The market continues to search for a reason to swing either way right now.Even though I’m hoping corn prices go up, I still think corn prices are going nowhere for a while. That’s why I sold more calls, so I can presumably collect some premium in the meantime while I wait for other opportunities down the road to sell the grain and/or more options. 3 – New Trades – Selling CallsOn 10/24/17 when Dec corn was near $3.50 I sold the following calls for 10% of my production each:Jan $3.60 call for 10 cents – expires Dec 22May $3.70 call for 19 cents – expires Apr 20July $3.80 call for 19 cents – expires June 22What does this mean?If corn is trading below the strike price (the price listed on each line) when these options expire I keep the premium and add it to another trade down the road.If corn is trading above the strike price (the price listed on each line) when these options expire I have to sell corn for the strike price PLUS the premium.Should corn rally above each of these prices I would receive an average price of $3.86 ($3.70 average + 16 cents of options premium). I’ll need to move some grain during these time periods to keep my stored grain in good condition so this won’t be the worst thing if it happens.While I don’t really want to sell for $3.86, it means prices rallied, which is a good thing because I can then sell more of my unpriced corn at higher levels. I’m actually more concerned if corn prices DON’T rally. Like many farmers, I still have a substantial amount of unpriced grain that needs higher prices. So, until a rally comes, I need to “manufacture” prices that get me to profitable levels, and in this case, if prices remain low I can add to a later trade. This helps me push closer to breakeven points and possibly to profitable levels. Why I dislike minimum price contractsRight now some farmers are selling grain and then BUYING the calls I just sold in the above trades. Their guaranteed average price on all of these contracts would be $3.54. That comes from the average cost of the three calls at 16 cents, which will then need to be subtracted from the average sale price of the three contract prices above or $3.70 to establish where their true minimum price starts. One benefit of this type of trade is unlimited upside potential, if the market rallies. But if the market doesn’t rally, like this previous year, the farmer is behind.If we compare my sold call trades above to the farmers buying those calls, the farmers buying calls would need corn to go higher than $4.02 to beat my $3.86 trade because they still need to recoup the 16 cent cost of buying the calls. Rebuttal 1I’m sure some will argue that the calls could still have some time value left if there was a rally to $4, meaning the calls would be worth more than the 16-cent average. While that is a possibility, last year’s futures struggled to keep the nearby futures price above $3.80 for any length of time, so I would argue $4 might be difficult this year. That argument also assumes that a farmer would sell the call before it expires when this time value is still in place. That is usually not something I see most farmers having the discipline to do. I know I would find it extremely hard to sell the call into a rally well before it expires. Rebuttal 2Farmers buying a minimum priced contract will protect their downside, while my downside is open. Looking at the numbers though, corn prices would have to stay below $3.38, which is the minimum price contract floor of $3.54 less the 16 cent call premium I will collect, for me to be in worst shape than the farmer buying the call as part of the minimum price contract. While this could happen, I don’t think $3.38 for a prolonged time period is all that likely, especially during the January to June time frame which is historically usually the higher priced months of the marketing year. Plus, I can still sell additional calls in the future as these expire to add more premium to these trades, should this scenario happen. Generally speaking, after running the numbers for the various market scenarios that could happen, or are likely to happen, there just aren’t a lot of advantages for me to sell grain and buy calls, and in most cases a farmer doing so will end up behind because those types of trades are often long shots. That being said, there are many different ways to look at the market. A lot of farmers want unlimited upside potential, especially with downside protection, but there is a cost to get that chance. It may mean selling at levels below today’s already disappointing prices. The market has been range-bound for over a year now and could be in one for another year, so I try to structure some of my trades to be most profitable knowing this. I don’t want to be chasing long shots. Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. 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Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… sarah perez 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market At last week’s SXSW conference in Austin, Texas, 32 companies presented at the SXSW Accelerator awards, sponsored by Microsoft’s BizSpark. The companies spoke in front of a panel of judges, one of which was ReadWriteWeb’s editor, Richard MacManus, who helped in judging the news applications. By day two, 32 finalists were narrowed down to just 12, all competing for the top spot in one of four categories: news related technologies, innovative Web technologies, entertainment technologies and social media and social networking technologies.So, who won?The grand prize at this year’s awards show went to the following:News Related Technologies: StorifyInnovative Web Technologies: HipmunkEntertainment Technologies: TangoSocial Media & Social Networking Technologies: PopVoxIf you’re not familiar with these services, all are worth taking note of.Storify is a useful tool for creating stories using social media. We’ve used Stofify here at ReadWriteWeb to curate tweets about popular events, for example, including SXSW itself. But you can also make collections that include Flickr photos and YouTube videos, using the service.Hipmunk is an easy-to-use flight (and now lodging) search service which offers an improved interface for finding, sorting and filtering results. One of its sorting options is called “agony,” which the company describes as a way of sorting flights taking into account price, duration, and number of stops, combined. Hipmunk also recently launched an iPhone application that lets you perform flight searches on your phone, then book on your mobile or email yourself a link to the flight you chose.Tango is a free mobile calling service, that, unlike Apple’s FaceTime, works across platforms (iPhone and Android, and others soon). It also works over Wi-Fi and 3G, while FaceTime is currently limited to Wi-Fi-only. Tango hit 3 million downloads in November, and has now just recently reached 10 million.Finally, PopVox is a service providing real-time information on current legislation. Designed by people who have worked in around government for years, and advised by Tim O’Reilly, founder of O’Reilly Media, the site lets you locate a bill you care about, declare your opposition or support and share that opinion directly with Congress. For politicians, the site provides a number of bill-tracking tools to stay on top of public sentiment.The other finalists at Accelerator included the Participatory Politics Foundation, a nonprofit promoting civic engagement; DocumentCloud, a tool for journalists that enables publishing public documents to a Web-based catalog; the eye-tracking service GazeHawk; Kabbage, a service providing funding to online merchants; Portalarium, makers of a new social game called Ultimate Collector; Viki, a crowd-sourced foreign-language captioning for the movies and TV shows; CompassLabs, a social media advertising agency; and Neighborgoods, a community that allows you to share items (e.g., a lawnmower, bike, drill, etc.) with your neighbors,Neighborgoods also got Accelerator’s Bootstrap Award for having done the most with the fewest resources. Tags:#news#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts
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