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Elliott Wave International: Expert Market Forecasting using the Elliott Wave Principle. Newest Club EWI Exclusive Reports More Extremes in Optimism -- The "Odd-Lotter Mentality" When investor sentiment reaches extremes, we know that a change in trend is just around the corner.

Elliott Wave International: Expert Market Forecasting using the Elliott Wave Principle

We are now seeing a public fascination with monitoring and "playing" the minute-by-minute market fluctuations to an extent not seen since the heyday of "day-trading" in 2000. How extreme has it gotten? Take a look at these excerpts from the two most recent issues of Hochberg and Kendall's Financial Forecast. Available until April 23! When Does a Trade Become a Trade? It's one thing to identify a trade setup. Enjoy these two sample video lessons from Jeffrey Kennedy's Trader's Classroom. Available until April 16! Trend Analysis. Here come the quantum dot TVs and wallpaper. ( -- A British firm's quantum dot technology will be used for flat screen TVs and flexible screens, according to the company’s chief executive.

Here come the quantum dot TVs and wallpaper

The quantum dots will be in use for ultra thin, light flat screen TVs by the end of next year, and, in another three years, will be used in flexible screens rolled up like paper or used as wall coverings. The company, Nanoco Group, is reportedly working with Asian electronics companies to bring this technology to market. “The first products we are expecting to come to market using quantum dots will be the next generation of flat-screen televisions,” Nanoco chief executive Michael Edelman has stated. Nanoco describes itself as the “world leader in the development and manufacture of cadmium-free quantum dots.” While quantum dots technology is not new, the scientists at Nanoco are succeeding in their goals toward mass production. Quantum dots are nano-materials with a core semiconductor and organic shell structure. Displays.

Nanoco’s CFQD® quantum dots offer enhanced colour, energy efficiency, and seamless integration into existing production processes LCD displays have become the interface of choice between people and their devices, from smartphones to large screen televisions.


Continuous improvement in the quality of these displays, therefore, is a key demand for companies that market such products. Nanoco’s quantum dot technology is particularly attractive not only for its ability to enhance the colours of LCD screens – allowing it to rival next generation OLED products – but also enabling the manufacturer to use their existing infrastructure to do so. There are good reasons why LEDs have largely replaced fluorescent light tubes for backlighting in displays. They are both brighter and more efficient at converting energy into light. The chemical processing enables production of quantum dots at precisely defined sizes. Finance: Stock market quotes, news, currency conversions & more. - 26 minutes ago The Canada Revenue Agency knew last Friday that hundreds of Canadians had their social insurance numbers stolen from its website because of the Heartbleed security bug but waited until Monday to make it public.

Finance: Stock market quotes, news, currency conversions & more

Toronto Star - 38 minutes ago A new report on the financial implications of climate change notes that while natural catastrophes are estimated to cost Canadians $21-$43 billion per year by 2050, popular economic measures like GDP fail to capture the escalation, discouraging preventative ... Reuters - 2 hours ago TORONTO, April 14 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index advanced on Monday, rebounding from weakness last week, as resource prices rose on concerns about instability in Ukraine, while data showed U.S.

Business in Vancouver - 2 hours ago While average home prices remained flat throughout most of Canada, Metro Vancouver saw a big year-over-year gain in the month of March, according to the Teranet–National Bank Composite House Price Index. Secret Teaser Stocks Revealed. Investment Newsletters Reviewed.