Daneric's Elliott Waves The 5 Things I’d Tell My 21 Year Old Entrepreneurial Self | JonBischke.com 12 years ago I set out on my first foray into the world of entrepreneurship. The company was called MCSETutor.com (we later changed the name to the equally obtuse 2000Tutor.com) and while it wasn’t a huge success by dot com era standards we did sell it for a tidy profit. But looking back I’m shocked at how little I knew about entrepreneurship. As I’m sure any entrepreneur would love to do, I’d give anything to step back in time 12 years and have a chat with my 21 year old self. #1 – Take as much risk as you can as early in life as you can. I’m not talking stupid risks. #2 – Nail the fundamentals. Take some of that time and use it to build skills that will make you more effective and productive the rest of your life. #3 – Surround yourself with people who expect you to succeed in a big way. “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” “The quality of your life is a direct reflection of the expectations of your peer group” -Tony Robbins I’m lucky. Fantastic.
Bespoke Investment Group - Think BIG What do we want? Our Background We are a team of people with backgrounds in areas of IT, design and business administration with the same vision regarding the future of portable computers. We started to work on this concept in 2009 and finalized it after a few months of intensive work. Our Intentions Our very first steps were not directly related to a production of Rolltop. Our primary intention was to demonstrate our vision and concept to people and get feedback. Objectives Our primary objective is to realize our vision and concept Rolltop and to bring it to the people in the next step. Partner Currently we are in the middle of the partner identification process and development of a final technical Rolltop design, including pre-selection of electronic sub-parts and hardware platform design. If are you interested, please contact us.
Afraid To Trade - By Corey Rosenbloom Cell Size and Scale Some cells are visible to the unaided eye The smallest objects that the unaided human eye can see are about 0.1 mm long. That means that under the right conditions, you might be able to see an ameoba proteus, a human egg, and a paramecium without using magnification. A magnifying glass can help you to see them more clearly, but they will still look tiny. Smaller cells are easily visible under a light microscope. To see anything smaller than 500 nm, you will need an electron microscope. Adenine The label on the nucleotide is not quite accurate. How can an X chromosome be nearly as big as the head of the sperm cell? No, this isn't a mistake. The X chromosome is shown here in a condensed state, as it would appear in a cell that's going through mitosis. A chromosome is made up of genetic material (one long piece of DNA) wrapped around structural support proteins (histones). Carbon The size of the carbon atom is based on its van der Waals radius.
SINGER$MARKET Fibonacci Extensions | How to Calculate Fibonacci Extensions For Stocks Most traders know what Fibonacci retracements are but you don't hear very many of them talking about Fibonacci extensions (at least I don't). If you have never heard of them, then get out a pen and some paper. What is a Fibonacci extension? Well, we know that a retracement is a move in a stock that "retraces" a portion of the previous move. Usually a stock will retrace at one of 3 common Fibonacci levels - 38.2%, 50%, and 61.8%. But what happens when a stock retraces more than 100% of the prior move? Take a look at this chart... In the first example, AIR pulls back from $25.92 (1) to $23.11 (2). Could we have known that this stock might run into resistance at $26.68 (3)? Take the difference in price between 1 and 2. In the second example... $28.75 - $25.00 = $3.75 x 1.272 = $4.77 + $25.00 = $29.77. So, if you buy pullbacks and you are wanting to take partial profits on a stock, you can calculate this ahead of time. 2.07 x 1.618 = $3.35 Microsoft actually reversed at $26.76 (3).
Emini Trading | Emini Day Trading | Emini Trading System Future computers to its next level! Future technology Rene Lee has come up with an exciting device called Bento. It is a single modular device that integrates a tablet, notebook, smartphone, hard drive and battery. The device can be used independently or as a processing network. It not only extends the life cycle of the product but also expands the possibilities of networked use. The basic laptop structure touts a 15″ OLED screen which serves as its structural base. The tablet can display a keyboard and the screen of the notebook can do visualization. Mini Computer!
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Microscopic Solar Cells Could See More Sunlight Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have shrunk silicon solar cells down to the micro scale, opening new possibilities for improved efficiency. Multi-crystalline silicon, currently the gold standard for solar-cell efficiency, is expensive and produces cells that are heavy and brittle. Sandia’s microscopic silicon solar cells use 100 times less material while operating with the same efficiency. In addition to lower materials costs, the smaller scale of these cells means they could be incorporated into compact optical systems for cheaper light-tracking and concentration. Researchers might even suspend them in inks that could be printed onto plastic to make efficient, flexible silicon-solar modules. “In microsystems, you’re looking for things that become cheaper, perform better, and gain new functionalities,” says Gregory Nielson, head scientist on the project. So far, the Sandia researchers have assembled and tested a single micro solar cell as proof of principle.