Borosil renewables - Enter if you can. Read the below tweet to understand the concept. The only way you can make money is to follow in the footsteps of smart money till you yourself become a smart operator. 👇👇 https://t.co/RN8sQYzdBg
Borosil Renewables - Patterns like these must be looked at carefully and must be kept on the radar. Herein price is contracting which generally signifies shifting of hands (from weak to strong). If you go wrong, the risk is limited in these. pic.twitter.com/iqyoeslZjy— Steve Nison (@nison_steve) July 12, 2021
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Tata Elxsi (W) - near to the resistance zone again 5th time. @nishkumar1977 @suru27 @rohanshah619 @indian_stockss @sanstocktrader @BissaGauravB @RajarshitaS @PAVLeader @Rishikesh_ADX @VijayThk @Investor_Mohit @TrendTrader85 @jitendra_stock pic.twitter.com/aIC5kO8XqA— Steve Nison (@nison_steve) December 18, 2020
Syngene - Same concept. Price contraction. Shift from weak to strong hands through repeated volatility contractions. I can well write one whole page explanation on it. Look at the volume pump today. A big hand will never let you ride with him. Make sure you are there at the party https://t.co/RN8sQYzdBg pic.twitter.com/AShKWnQeJt— Steve Nison (@nison_steve) July 15, 2021
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3. It can be career-limiting to criticize government policy when you work for government. Duty of Loyalty is very, very important. However, as VECC makes clear, it is not absolute. In fact SCoC has ruled twice in favour of citizen free speech as a higher ideal. In 1985 and 2001.
4. I am therefore perfectly comfortable showing you the scary things that are happening in the North under a warming climate. A failure to meet global GHG emissions targets is hurting Canada's forests in a way we used to think wouldn't happen for decades.
5. Warming temperatures and rising [CO2] could, in theory, help green the planet with more vigorous tree growth. But that's not what's happening. Don't believe the #greenwash. The positive effects are over and it is warm enough that we are now starting the into the negative.
EVERY SINGLE THING HE’S DONE since taking office is to achieve those purposes—that and to enrich himself personally.
1/ His entire family is part of this. Melania is a fucking crook. Ivanka is a fucking crook. Junior and Gums are fucking crooks. They will all die in prison, except for Kushner, who, if he really *did* trade US intel for money, should be executed for espionage.
2/ Why do you think Trump installs uniquely corrupt & awful people to Cabinet positions? Pruitt, Zinke, Betsy, Rex/Pompeo, Wilbur "Melting Nazi Face" Ross. They are not there to serve us. They are not there to drain the swamp. They are there to BURN THE REPUBLIC DOWN.
3/ Trump steals. He takes taxpayer money—your money and mine—and lines his pockets with it. He exploits his office to make himself richer. This is all he cares about. Why are Republican citizens, you “fiscal conservatives,” not more angry about this? Riddle me THAT, #MAGA.
4/ Matt Whitaker, the human dildo and “acting AG,” was illegally installed to throw a monkey wrench in the Mueller investigation. That’s why they won’t release his financials. He’s fucking bought and sold. He’s going to prison for obstruction.
1. Stock Identification:
Daily and Weekly Delivery Analysis using @mystockedge
Theme Confirmation using Internet and Network
2. Stock Confirmation:
Relative Strength of a stock visavis market using RS55 model listed in @mystockedge
3. Stock Participation:
Only when chart showing short term breakout along with RS55>0 and RSI>50. I am ready to leave some initial movements.
4. Position buildup:
Every time the stock gives a breakout from the previous swing high add more position and go all-in.
5. Stock Exit:
I run two portfolios: Short term Swing and Long term Swing.
For Exit in Short term swings, I use a 2hourly Chart with super trend and RS. I am using @tradingview for the same.
For long term swing, I exit when the RS of the stock goes below 0. Period.
1/ From 2014-17 Whitaker worked for World Patent Marketing—which during his tenure defrauded consumers out of $26 million and was successfully prosecuted by the feds. His involvement in the scam confirmed he had loose morals and that the feds would never want to employ him again.
2/ Despite the seeming impossibility of a man with Whitaker's background getting a job at Justice ever again—he'd been found to have used his former title as a US attorney to fraudulently threaten consumers with valid complaints with criminal penalties—Whitaker found an opening.
3/ Within 60 days of parachuting out of World Patent Marketing as it was being fined $26 million by the feds, Whitaker was working for CNN and telling a fellow attorney panelist that his purpose in working for CNN was to get noticed by one man—Donald Trump—and thereby get a job.
4/ Whitaker spent his time at CNN making ludicrous statements about the Mueller probe: there was no obstruction or collusion, he said; Mueller had no authority to look into any aspect of Trump's finances or to subpoena him, he said. All the while, he hoped Trump was watching him.
For candidates: evaluate prospective employers accordingly.
For startups employing e.g. engineers: given that your candidates should evaluate you accordingly, be *extra special* careful to operate like professionals with regards to e.g. interviewing, offers, and negotiation.
"Can you be more explicit about 'abusive' here?"
Not without violating a confidence, but as someone who has been on hiring side of table and is a capitalist, there are *clearly* things you could do which would be "sharp operating, but we're all sharp operators" in some contexts.
Hiring employees is often not one of those contexts. The nature of the relationship, the asymmetry in power, and the social contract strongly counsel you to be a lot better there than you are minimally required by law / contract.
A thing which aesthetically frustrates me is that a lot of the things I've heard companies do here serve *no legitimate business purpose.* In some cases it's getting tens of dollars of advantage. TENS! On an engineering candidate!