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As a kid, we would do homework before school the next day - you have to do homework here too. A specific sector performs on a particular day and studying things a day before will help you spot that particular sector. (1/11)
To prepare for the next trading day, you got to check the Index charts of all sectors. You got to keep an eye on a specific Index if you see a few factors:
- If any Index closed exactly at the resistance, you can get a trade on either side on the next day. (2/11)
- If it gave a rejection candle at resistance.
- If any Index closed exactly at support, you can get a trade on either side the following day.
- If there was a bullish signal at the support.
- If any Index gave a breakout or breakdown and then gave a good closing. (3/11)
- If any Index has taken support at 50 or 200 EMA.
Once you spot the Index, look at all the stocks in that particular Index. Pick at least 3-4 stocks from that Index and add them to your watchlist for the next day. It's ideal to check both higher and lower timeframes. (4/11)
What you should do next day? (When I am unable to check Indices and stocks a day before, I sometimes directly start with this process.)
- Start with checking the top gainers/losers list. I observe market from 9:15 to 9:45am to check the sectors performing well on that day.(5/11)
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A. Yes! When using arrow functions, the scope of "this" is effectively passed in from the outer scope. See here in this REPL
Q. Where does Polymer fit in? Is it considered a framework like the others?
A. @Polymer is an excellent way to create web components, which are ideal for creating sets of interactivity that can be shared in web apps.
Q. Have we gone framework crazy?
A. At one time, quite possibly. A few years back we literally had framework overload. I feel it really has solidified into a few very strong choices.
Q. [Is] there no more need for @polymer?
A. See my previous question on this ... but in general, I think there is a lot of room for Web Components with frameworks.
Ironies of Luck https://t.co/5BPWGbAxFi— Morgan Housel (@morganhousel) March 14, 2018
"Luck is the flip side of risk. They are mirrored cousins, driven by the same thing: You are one person in a 7 billion player game, and the accidental impact of other people\u2019s actions can be more consequential than your own."
I’ve always felt that the luckiest people I know had a talent for recognizing circumstances, not of their own making, that were conducive to a favorable outcome and their ability to quickly take advantage of them.
In other words, dumb luck was just that, it required no awareness on the person’s part, whereas “smart” luck involved awareness followed by action before the circumstances changed.
So, was I “lucky” to be born when I was—nothing I had any control over—and that I came of age just as huge databases and computers were advancing to the point where I could use those tools to write “What Works on Wall Street?” Absolutely.
Was I lucky to start my stock market investments near the peak of interest rates which allowed me to spend the majority of my adult life in a falling rate environment? Yup.
जिस विश्व की परिकल्पना पाश्चात्य ने कुछ सौ वर्षों पहले की है, उसके बारे में हमारे धर्मग्रंथों में पहले से ही बता दिया गया था।
विश्व की संरचना भी सबसे पहले महर्षि वेदव्यास ने की थी।
महर्षि वेदव्यास द्वारा निर्मित विश्व का नक्शा -
1..महाभारत के भीष्म पर्व में लिखा है-
सुदर्शनं प्रवक्ष्यामि द्वीपं तु कुरुनन्दन।
परिमण्डलो महाराज द्वीपोऽसौ चक्रसंस्थितः।।
यथा हि पुरुषः पश्येदादर्शे मुखमात्मनः।
एवं सुदर्शनद्वीपो दृश्यते चन्द्रमण्डले।।
द्विरंशे पिप्पलस्तत्र द्विरंशे च शशो महान्।
2...अर्थात: हे कुरुनन्दन ! सुदर्शन नामक यह द्वीप चक्र की भाँति गोलाकार स्थित है,जैसे पुरुष दर्पण में अपना मुख देखता है,उसी प्रकार यह द्वीप चन्द्रमण्डल में दिखायी देता है।
इसके दो अंशो मे पिप्पल और दो अंशो मे
महान शश (खरगोश) दिखायी देता है।
इसी श्लोक को पढ़ कर ११वीं सदी में
श्रीरामानुजाचार्य ने महर्षि व्यास द्वारा
वर्णित उस नक़्शे को बनाया था।
इस चित्र को यदि उल्टा कर दिया जाये
तो ये बिलकुल हमारी पृथ्वी का नक्शा
बन जाता है।
और जैसा कि महर्षि व्यास ने कहा है -
5.. महर्षि व्यास ने कहा है,
इसे पृथ्वी के दो अंशों में बांटा जाये तो
ये पूर्णतः हमारी पृथ्वी का नक्शा बन
जिस समय श्रीरामानुजाचार्य ने ये नक्शा बनाया था उस समय पूरी दुनिया यही सोचती थी कि पृथ्वी सपाट है।
It was on Mahalaya when Pakistan Army & Razakars came to Krishnapur, a village in between the districts of Kishoreganj and Sylhet's Habiganj, in the year of 1971. Krishnapur and the neighbouring villages such as Chandipur were all Hindu villages 1/
The survivors tell how when the war started, hundreds of Hindus travelled through 'Haors' by boat from neighbouring villages like Rampur & Bajitpur to take shelter in Krishnapur, a more secure village, where they used to put around 50 men on guard. A Haor in the image. 2/
The survivors said that on second day of Ashwin, on Mahalaya, the people were about to let their guards down when someone started shouting that Army has come. The survivors say that on previous day, there were boats in Chak Bazar, boats of local Razakars who knew the landscape 3/
The villagers did not understand then why there were boats, as they have never encountered a situation like that before. It was when they started hearing the sounds of machine gun firing that the villagers started hiding. When the Razakars said in Bangla that there is no use 4/
in hiding because they've already discovered them, all the girls, married and unmarried, started jumping in the ponds with babies in their arms, fearing rape and torture. The Army and Razakars took the remaining ladies and pointed out to a smashan ghat, telling them that 5/
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2/The biggest myth, I think, is that universities help regions by educating locals as undergraduates.
Skeptics of universities say: "But most of the people who graduate end up leaving."
3/In fact, most of what a university does for a regional economy is NOT about educating local kids.
Educating local kids is good for the nation, but doesn't help a region much.
The way a university helps a region is through
4/Undergraduates usually leave town after graduation.
But university RESEARCH pulls in OTHER smart people from other regions, and they stay there.
Here's a paper showing that this is the main way universities increase a region's human capital:
5/Research also pulls in business investment.
Companies want to partner with university labs, so they can commercialize the technologies the labs produce. So they invest in the labs, and sometimes they even put their offices in the town.
Volvo stood to make billions
But after a meeting with Volvo's President, he decided to give it away for free - and it changed the world
Here’s how that meeting went 🧶👇
1) After receiving his mechanical engineering degree from a University in his hometown of Härnösand, Sweden, Nils Bohlin joined aircraft maker Saab to work on ejector seats.
For 16 years, he continued to focus on safety and was eventually designing complete pilot rescue systems.
2) Nils was anchored to the idea of safety above all else, and brought this same mentality to a welcoming team at Volvo.
There, he focused his attention on all the driver and passenger safety systems, starting with seatbelts.
3) Seatbelts weren’t a standard feature in cars at the time. Upgrading would get you seatbelts consisting of a simple lap band, like those used in airplanes today.
While better than nothing, these two-point seat belts didn’t adequately protect the human body in collisions.
4) “I realized both the upper and lower body must be held securely in place with one strap across the chest and one across the hips”
In just one short year of applying his aircraft safety experience to cars, Nils invented the V-Type three point safety belt.
Interestingly, this thread below has been written by that.
Let me show you how it looks like. 👇🏻
Recently I just refunded all Poster's sales from Gumroad. Being that said, I decided to not using that service anymore.— Wilbert Liu \U0001f468\U0001f3fb\u200d\U0001f3a8 (@wilbertliu) November 19, 2018
Here's a little story \U0001f447\U0001f3fb
When you see localhost up there, you should know that it's truly an experiment! 😀
It's a dead-simple thread writer that will post a series of tweets a.k.a tweetstorm. ⚡️
I've been personally wanting it myself since few months ago, but neglected it intentionally to make sure it's something that I genuinely need.
So why is that important for me? 🙂
I've been a believer of a story. I tell stories all the time, whether it's in the real world or online like this. Our society has moved by that.
If you're interested by stories that move us, read Sapiens!
One of the stories that I've told was from the launch of Poster.
It's been launched multiple times this year, and Twitter has been my go-to place to tell the world about that.
Here comes my frustration.. 😤
A few predictions of what is likely to emerge before 2030
[ a thread ] 💻🏠🌍
🚜 Rural Living: World-class people will move to smaller cities, have a lower cost of living & higher quality of life
These regions must innovate quickly to attract that wealth. Better schools, faster internet connections are a must
⏰Asynchronous Work: Offices are instantaneous gratification distraction factories where synchronous work makes it impossible to get stuff done
Tools that enable asynchronous work are the most important thing globally remote teams need. A lot of startups will try to tackle this
⚽️Hobbie Renaissance: Remote working will lead to a rise in people participating in hobbies and activities which link them to people in their local community
This will lead to deeper, more meaningful relationships which overcome societal issues of loneliness and issolation
🌍Diversity & Inclusion: The most diverse and inclusive teams in history will emerge rapidly
Companies who embrace it have a first-mover advantage to attract great talent globally. Companies who don't will lose their best people to their biggest competitors
- Forget what you don't have, make your strength bold
- Pick one work experience and explain what you did in detail w/ bullet points
- Write it towards the role you apply
- Give social proof
"But I got no work experience..."
Make a open source lib, make a small side project for yourself, do freelance work, ask friends to work with them, no friends? Find friends on Github, and Twitter.
- Show you care about the company: I used the company's brand font and gradient for in the resume for my name and "Thank You" note.
- Don't list 15 things and libraries you worked with, pick the most related ones to the role you're applying.
-🙅♂️"copy cover letter"
"I got no firends, no work"
One practical way is to reach out to conferences and offer to make their website for free. But make sure to do it good. You'll get:
- a project for portfolio
- new friends
- work experience
- learnt new stuff
- new thing for Twitter bio
If you don't even have the skills yet, why not try your chance for @LambdaSchool? No? @freeCodeCamp. Still not? Pick something from here and learn https://t.co/7NPS1zbLTi
You'll feel very overwhelmed, no escape, just acknowledge it and keep pushing.