FROM THE LBT’s FOUNDER AND FORMER PUBLISHER

Knowledge is power and power of media is immense.  Without the media, it is quite difficult to know about what’s happening in the world or to find data’s and records you need.  Everyone should enjoy the right to express themselves and it is not a crime to express what you believe in.  That’s the reason, many people are turning towards writing blogs and reviews about the things that matter to them. Reviews and blogs can help everyone a lot if one needs some sort of information.   Especially, when you are entering a new field, for instance, trading, these blogs, and reviews help people quite a lot.  In the field of trading, news and updates are an integral part.  One needs to be up to date about the events happening around in the world.

With the advent of technology, many automated trading robots have come into existence. But how does one choose which one is good for you? In these times, the reviews and the blogs written by people will help you in deciding the software that is suitable for you.  Also, it helps you in keeping away from the fake software’s that exist in the market.  Once you know which software to use, you can visit their home page to learn more about it and understand how these software’s works.

These words from my great-grandfather remain the guiding principles of this publication. — Mark Theodore Mallarde, IV, Santa Marino, CA, July 2, 2010

Upon my retirement, I know that our efforts to publish the news will always conform to this paper’s cardinal principles, to its fight for progress and reform within the bounds of commerce, for its intolerance of injustice or corruption to the extent it does not interfere with our own progress, to always fight demagogues of all parties that pose no threat to our purse, never belong to any party that cannot prevail, always oppose privileged classes and public plunderers that do no share their prosperity with ourselves, never lack sympathy with the poor if crumbs line our pockets, always remain devoted to the public welfare when in the public eye, never be satisfied with merely printing news but also create news where needed, always appear drastically independent, and never be afraid to attack wrong unless reality demonstrates that the risk outweighs the reward.

– Mark T. Mallarde, Publisher, Santa Marino, July 23, 1905