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First of all understand its not only picking a stock,Its also about holding on to the trade and time frame we are trading,we are trading weekly or monthly time frame!!
Weekly charts are tough to trade because it takes more strength and dedication.
To trade weekly charts, you must make your judgments on the weekends and not formulate any changes until the next weekend. For most traders, this is very hard to do. Result in the seduction and move a stop loss or wish to protect your profits and exit the market prematurely.
To train yourself not to look at the market during the week is a tough thing to do. So Most people don’t think of trading weekly charts.
My understanding is that there is plenty of money that can make trading weekly charts, clearly because limited
traders can do so.
To create wealth in the markets, you have to step where the normal traders do not step. Weekly charts are one of those places.
Investment Idea!— KRISHNAKUMAR (@krishchess) May 9, 2021
1)ABBOTT INDIA (Reversal)
Every Time it reverses It made minimum 100%
SL below 14000 MCB
It Retesting the multiyear BO, Expecting a good
move because of commodity Buzz!
SL below 1300 MCB@SouravSenguptaI @Rishikesh_ADX pic.twitter.com/uAaqab5yiJ
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In the early 1950s, the shipping industry was a dying business.
New York’s docks were handling half as much domestic cargo in the early 1950s as they had been in the depressed 1930s.
In thirty years, no one had invested significant money in coastal shipping.
As McLean found out, loading ships was difficult and slow.
A truck or train would deliver items to the port. Each item was unloaded separately, recorded, and carried to storage.
When a ship was ready, each item was taken from storage, counted again, and hauled on-board.
The cost of this labor was significant. As one expert at the time explained:
“A four-thousand-mile voyage for a shipment might consume 50 percent of its costs in covering just the two ten-mile movements through two ports.”
Yet, despite the industry’s issues, it felt little pressure to change.
Foreigners were barred from operating domestically. Cartels ran international routes. And gov. subsidies eased the pain of labor costs.
Reshaping the industry needed an outsider.
Enter Malcolm McLean.
தொல்லை இரும்பிறவிச் சூழும் தளை நீக்கி
அல்லல் அறுத்து ஆனந்தம் ஆக்கியதே – எல்லை
மருவா நெறியளிக்கும் வாதவூர் எங்கோன்
திருவாசகம் என்னும் தேன்
1.எப்போது ஆரம்பித்தது என அறியப்படமுடியாத தொலை காலமாக (தொல்லை)
2. இருந்து வரும் (இரும்)
3.பிறவிப் பயணத்திலே ஆழ்த்துகின்ற (பிறவி சூழும்)
4.அறியாமையாகிய இடரை (தளை)
6.அதன் விளைவால் சுகதுக்கமெனும் துயரங்கள் விலக (அல்லல் அறுத்து),
7.முழுநிறைவாய்த் தன்னுளே இறைவனை உணர்த்துவதே (ஆனந்த மாக்கியதே),
8.பிறந்து இறக்கும் காலவெளிகளில் (எல்லை)
10.காக்கும் மெய்யறிவினைத் தருகின்ற (நெறியளிக்கும்),
11.என் தலைவனான மாணிக்க வாசகரின் (வாதவூரெங்கோன்)
12.திருவாசகம் எனும் தேன் (திருவா சகமென்னுந் தேன்)
முதல்வரி: பிறவி என்பது முன்வினை விதையால் முளைப்பதோர் பெருமரம். அந்த ‘முன்வினை’ எங்கு ஆரம்பித்தது எனச் சொல்ல இயலாது. ஆனால் ‘அறியாமை’ ஒன்றே ஆசைக்கும்,, அச்சத்துக்கும் காரணம் என்பதால், அவையே வினைகளை விளைவிப்பன என்பதால், தொடர்ந்து வரும் பிறவிகளுக்கு, ‘அறியாமையே’ காரணம்
அறியாமைக்கு ஆரம்பம் கிடையாது. நமக்கு ஒரு பொருளைப் பற்றிய அறிவு எப்போதிருந்து இல்லை? அதைச் சொல்ல முடியாது. அதனாலேதான் முதலடியில், ஆரம்பமில்லாத அஞ்ஞானத்தை பிறவிகளுக்குக் காரணமாகச் சொல்லியது. ஆனால் அறியாமை, அறிவின் எழுச்சியால், அப்போதே முடிந்து விடும்.
Facebook cannot change course. The best they can do is keep dishing out empty apologies, commit to inconsequential adjustments to its algorithms, and spend more money on positive PR and negative projection. The rot is at the core of its very being.
This is why we, consumers and citizens, must make the change for Facebook. Antitrust forcing a breakup of the business, and consumer revolt driving #DeleteFacebook. Zuckerberg will never conclude that what he built has become such a net negative for the world on his own.
That’s why its so tragic that WhatsApp sold out to Facebook in particular. Finally a challenger that had a different model and different ethics. But few would say no to $19B, which is why we need antitrust enforcers to do it for them.
2/ @nateliason wrote a fabulous article about this topic, which first introduced me to this concept. Everyone should read it:
3/ @alexisohanian also recently spoke about struggle porn, though referring to it as ‘hustle porn.’ (as the co-founder of @hustlefundvc, obviously I take issue with this pejorative definition of ‘hustle’, but that’s another topic)
4/ Struggling in itself isn’t necessarily bad. Let’s be real here--if you’re going to start a startup, you will struggle. Founders should expect to work harder generally than employees. You will be challenged in many ways and also be super rewarded in others. This is normal.
5/ However, if you are over-indexing on hard work without clear purpose and degrading your mental health/relationships in the process--then this is very bad and we obviously should not celebrate this behavior.
The court said asshole administration revoked asshole Jim Acosta's press pass without due process. WH deemed him press, gave him a press pass, then they kicked him out without even being able to say who made the decision or on what grounds.
We want hostile, combative reporters. We **want** that. **You** want that. We want that because the press secretary of every single administration is a liar. Even the ones you like. Lying is their job. They show up to avoid answering, but give the appearance of being answerable.
It shouldn't be easy for government to just refuse to be answerable. It should be hard to dodge. Hard to kick people out. Hard to control the narrative. That shouldn't be easy for the gov't. Not even your most favoritest president.
You, the American citizen, want the truth. Reporters should be there to get it. That means asking questions doggedly, demanding answers. This is not an obscure idea. It should be obvious to anyone who's experienced having a president you didn't vote for. Super rare right?