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Not surprisingly, no elevated risk was found in the three studies listed at bottom, which looked at urine metabolite levels rather than blood THC. This confirms that urine testing has no bearing on driving impairment. Despite this fact, US Department of Transportation regulations force millions of commercial drivers to submit to random urine testing. The government has never produced convincing scientific evidence that this policy is necessary or effective to protect public safety. But they're the government, so they don't have to provide any evidence!

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Because I trade just about every Currency Pair, Commodity, Equity CFD, Equity Index CFD, made available from multiple Brokers, my Currency Exposure Calculator helps with these ongoing decisions. I use it primarily, in addition to upcoming news events, to view my Risk On / Risk Off ratio. Maintaining a somewhat balanced ratio of no greater than 70% in either Risk On or Risk Off direction helps me to sleep at night. The fear of a Tsunami overnight, a “Flash Crash”, or even Nov – Dec 2008 price action is not a concern on my radar.

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