Twitter is a social media website where 140 character messages, “tweets,” are displayed in real time. Josef’s tweets are pulled into the website on the front page and some other locations, but if you are a user of twitter, you can have him on your twitter feed by following him.
If you just want to see Josef’s Twitter Feed
Visit it directly at: https://twitter.com/JosefSchachter
If you want to use Twitter and follow Josef (and others)
- Go to to www.twitter.com and register a new account.
- Visit https://twitter.com/JosefSchachter and you will see a “follow” button:
- Click Follow and now, when you visit your Twitter home page, you will see all of Josef’s tweets.
- To add other people, click on Find people in the top right menu.
- Type in a username or a first or last name in the search box and click Search.
- When you find the person you are looking for click Follow on the right side of their name.
- The “Follow” button should change to say “Following” with a check mark and then their status updates (tweets) will show up on your Twitter home page from now on.
- If the “Follow” button changes to “Pending” then the person has set limits on who can follow them and you have to wait to be approved.
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- Log in using your account credentials.
- Visit the “My Account” page.
- Click “Subscriptions.”
- Click to “View” the appropriate subscription.
- Click “Cancel” next to “Actions.”
- Your subscription will now say “Pending Cancellation.” This status means you will not be charged, but allows you to retain your access until your paid subscription has fully run its course. When the subscription term has finished, the status switches automatically to cancelled, and you are not charged.
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Some further instructions for less common browsers is available here.
The Schachter Energy Report is a members only, monthly report on market events and trends, as well as various covered companies. The archive is available to logged-in members under the “Reports” menu item on the website. As with all reports, click any image to enlarge it.
The Schachter Energy Report always has three pages, under this subnavigation header:
The current page is highlighted in a darker colour to show which is selected. Below are details of the subject matter of each of these sections.
Josef provides a welcome and introduction on the first page, and then takes a detailed overview through the global market conditions and events that are combining to create values and projections in the energy market.
As the monthly Schachter Energy Reports continue, each issue will cover several more companies until we reach a list of approximately 20-25 which meet our coverage criteria. The current coverage list will be updated in each issue, and the most recent list will reside on the Company Coverage page.
This last page shows summary tables and provides a platform for Josef to respond directly to Q&A from Schachter Energy Report members who have sent in questions to email@example.com.
When you get to the bottom of each page, there is a footer menu that allows you to navigate forwards or backwards through the pages. It looks like this:
Here are some other fast facts:
- Schachter Energy Reports are published once a month, usually in the last week of the month
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