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Building Database of Setups to Conduct a Deep Dive -

In series of threads, I will explain you complete process of conducting deepdives.

You'll also learn about the way to create proper scanners for any setup in this thread. (1/n)
First thing, what is a #deepdive in trading?

Deep dive in trading is popularized by the veteran trader and exceptional mentor @PradeepBonde who revolutionized the way we approach momentum trading.

Deepdive is a process through which we conduct acid test of our beliefs (2/n)
@PradeepBonde about a particular setup or strategy. It helps us carve out proper trade management rules for the setup which are backed by the repetitive behavior seen in the setup, rather than managing them based on hopes, emotions and a few good or bad past experiences in the setup. (3/n)
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1/ Druckfrisch: LG München I (33 O 14776/19) zu #Tracking, § 25 #TTDSG, #IAB #TCF, #RealTimeBidding, #DarkPatterns - focus_de (n.rkr.).……

Glückwunsch an @TilmanHerbrich @DianaEttig @vzbv.
Dank an @wolfiechristl.

2/ Als Einstieg und Zusammenfassung kann der Beitrag von @publictorsten auf @heise_online dienen:…

Und wer Spaß an Meinungspluralität hat, liest sich unter dem Artikel das Heise-Forum dazu durch:
3/ Der Tatbestand stellt den Sachverhalt (streitig und unstreitig) technisch so detailliert dar, wie bislang kein anderes mir bekanntes deutsches Urteil. Lesenswert, hier Beispiel #RealTimeBidding und #Xandr.

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Neil, the IPOBase strategy you shared in your newsletter - which was shared by your friend - was popularized in India by my research which was published in March 2021. It is actually O'Neil's work, but had never been popularized here because no one ever did a #deepdive on it. (1)
But #IPOBase in not only about buying the high of the listing week. It is infact an extremely poor interpretation of the work.

A strategy is not only limited to a setup, what makes it effective is when you manage it according to its nature & potential. (2)
The entire fintwit community took the setup from my research - which was done on all IPOs listed since 2017 and parts of it was published on twitter - but didn't paid attention to the trade management rules which resulted into underperformance for them. (3)
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𝟮𝟮 𝗸𝗲𝘆𝘀 𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗳𝘂𝗹 𝘁𝗿𝗮𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 (𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘭𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘭𝘦𝘤𝘵𝘶𝘳𝘦 - 𝘤𝘰𝘮𝘱𝘪𝘭𝘦𝘥 𝘣𝘺 𝘢 𝘴𝘵𝘶𝘥𝘦𝘯𝘵) -
1) Try to Simply your trading approach after a point of time. One more indicator / tool / strategy won’t make you a good trader. (2/n)
2) Become a 360-degree trader. Need to have strategies to cover all scenarios. (Learnt from @PradeepBonde) (3/n)
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1/9 with @samhusseini we did a #deepdive investigation into the origin of the #Ebola2014 outbreak in W. Africa. The text is long. It follows up #Lableak Qs originally raised by @africanistpress and others. Below are distilled some of the key points.…
2) The orthodox origin story has negligible evidence to support it. No #Ebola was found at Meliandou, Guinea, or elsewhere in wild animals nor was it diagnosed or positively tested in 'patient zero' or his contacts. The nearest known wild source was a whopping 3,000 km away
3) The subsequent epidemiological investigation back from the first confirmed cases was also highly speculative. E.g. the father and others disagree that his family had #Ebola, even tho' the epidemiology was supposedly largely based on interviews. #Ebola2014
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Great Map by @XX_1133_1221_11

I noticed I have seen Heng Swee Keat somewhere in my research mindmap before👀

A deep research thread to show #Singapore is a leader in the global #4IR #DLT #Technology #Race🌎

#MAS #Fintech #Research #DeepDive #Innovation #Complex #Ubin🧠
1. 2018 #NTP - Transformational platform - A one-stop interface that will enable traders to interact with all business stakeholders and regulators on trade-related TXNs

"Our vision is to be a truly global network, with efficient data flow to work together to facilitate trade"
2. These #NTP are ecosystems of the future building a regulated digital ecosystem in Singapore

#Ripple, #Tradeflow, #Xinfin, #Wadzpay as examples…
#XDC #WeAreXDC #tradeflow #ICC
#Digitalization #TradeFinance #Platforms #DLT #Data #fintech #Innovation
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Instead of going after making a penny here & there, its far better to prepare for the next bull run. See how you handled the last run, what were your strengths & weaknesses. What you missed out in the past run and what you mishandled. Build around your strength and minimize (1/n)

These 4 things taught by @PradeepBonde can help you prepare for the next run -

1) #ProceduralMemory
2) #DeepDive
3) #SituationalAwareness
4) #OrganizeLikeCrazy

In subsequent tweets I will tell you how they are going to contribute in improving your trading. (2/n)
I reached to the conclusion I shared in this thread due to the #ProceduralMemory. Focus on how the biggest winners of the past run unfolded. How they acted comparative to what market is doing. How they started their journey of the stage 2 advance. (3/n)

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#AfricaTech #reflections - How founders can go about choosing investors and why you should care. #deepdive 👇
1/ With fast growing amounts of money purring into #AfricaTech in 2021, found myself asked by few founders baout 'what value we add'. Yet, the more interesting piece is that most times they don’t bother asking. This is not only weird, it’s just pure wrong in my view. Here’s why:
2/ These are long term relationships. Very long. On average 5-10 years of shared journey, of which your lead investors may spend several years on your board or close to you. How much time did they spend getting to know you? Getting to know your team? Your space?
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(1/) #unicorns and where less obvious opportunity in #AfricaTech might hide…
#India produced +35 #unicorns in 2021. While the number is staggering, it's much more interesting to see in which verticals value was created and what one can learn in relation to. Hold on #deepdive:
(2/) 38% #eCommerce. Many in #B2B (not just food and retail). Starting to see some unique & alternative models in continent, but a long way to go. Weaker manufacturing infrastructure and fragmentation makes it more challenging. Could be huge wins for those who crack this one up.
(3/) ~14% #fintech. Not just flashy #neobanks. Helping small merchants accept cash, SMEs and services manage subscriptions and of course access to credit shine above.
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Another #DeepDive on the Epik hack because I'm curious as to what exactly's going on. The people I know who know about this stuff are too busy screaming. "The 180 gigabyte trove of data could shine light on some of the internet’s most odious corners."…
"...“a decade’s worth of data from the company” has been obtained, including all domain purchases, domain transfers, and unredacted website registration data that could shed light on individuals and groups behind extremist or hate sites."
That alone is huge because - I'm sure you'd guess if you don't know - a lot of the really nasty, hateful, icky sites don't reveal who runs them. Dark web shit.

And now here it all is, open to the public.
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Right y'all, a quickie #DeepDive on this registrar hack.…
This isn't just A website, it's the person who registers and hosts websites for a large number of right wing nutjobs on the 'net.
"Epik, the web host and domain registrar for a variety of right-wing sites. Epik’s client list has reportedly ranged from more mainstream conservative groups like the Texas Republican Party to Gab and other far-right sites"
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Deep dive into Opening Range Breaks.

No opinion at all on the stocks mentioned other than the opening risk reward.

Working on procedural memory. @PradeepBonde

Went through about 500 charts with volume. Here are 16 clean ones (thread below).
#DeepDive #Study Image
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Why are people poisoning themselves with horse dewormer to treat COVID-19?

Let's explore ivermectin in this week's #DeepDive
Ivermectin is a medication which is perscribed to combat parasites.

It jams itself into chloride channels, permanently turning the nerves off.

It can't do that to people, so it has a pretty good safety profile if you stick to the correct doses.
Okay, but viruses don't have nerves.

So why would an insecticide work on a virus?

It does something else, too. It blocks the import of proteins into the nucleus.

Kind of.…
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2. Stew Peters' interviews #DrJaneRuby, outs the CDC for "lies" -- confirms a "well known" but experimental ("not for humans") technology called #magnetofection that magnetizes cells (for the purpose destabilizing the cells; enabling changes to mRNA):…
... I will attempt to keep this thread updated of news re: people becoming magnetized as a result of AT LEAST the #Moderna toxins.

more news soon...
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A look at Arthur Pfannstiel.
(Adolf Wuester Nazi art looting connection)

a thread...
Member of staff of ERR, Bordeaux and of GIS. Friend of von Behr, for whom he is said to have acted as an informer. In touch with Wuester. Believed under indictment for espionage. Now in Fresne Prison, Paris in custody of Seine Tribunal-ALIU Final Report
Pfannstiel had married a French woman, and the pair had a deep knowledge of the French art world. Pfannstiel reportedly furnished von Behr with the names of Jewish collectors and later in the war worked as an agent for the SD.-Goering’s Man in Paris
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In 1875, a series of locust swarms the size of California ripped through the Western frontier

Blotting out the sun and causing the modern equivalent of $4 billion in damages, major famines followed in their wake

In 1902, just 25 years later, the species went extinct

The grasshopper, the Rocky Mountian locust, was once the most numerous animal on the planet.

So numerous, that entomologists didn't bother to collect them.

The only specimens came from a glacier in Montana, which has since melted b/c global warming…
The Rocky Mountain Locust, Melanoplus spreta, once had a range which covered almost the entirety of the US.

It was a highly mobile species which had been collected from Nevada all the way to St. Louis.

It bred mostly in the Rocky Mountain river basin.
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Shimon Peres 9th Prime minister of Israel and Edgar Bronfman Sr

Ehud Barak said Shimon introduced Epstein to him in 2002… Image
Yitzhak Shamir 7th Prime Minister of Israel and Robert Maxwell…

He spoke at Maxwell's funeral

″Maxwell was a passionate friend of Israel and we are sorry about this heavy tragedy″

“He has done more for Israel than can today be told" Image
Ghislaine Maxwell’s last public appearance before her arrest was to support a charity for human trafficking victims…
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Back from a weekend of travelling..time to continue the teardown of #probanx #isignthis #deepdive part 2.
#probanx customer #globecapitalfincorp 'leading investment bank and financial institution based in the USA and UK (probanx words not mine)
Sounds great. well in Lala land anyway.
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For our last #DeepDive of 2018, let's talk about a mosquito that you'll be hearing a lot about in 2019.

Aedes aegypti is one of the most important disease vectors in the world.

So...what makes it a good vector, and why is it found worldwide?
Ae. aegypti is a mosquito that's originally from sub-Saharan Africa, adapted to living in the holes in trees.

This genus has a unique egg laying behavior. They lay their eggs on surfaces above water, and those eggs are dormant until the hole fills up.
In it's home range, there are two color forms.

One color form is dark, and doesn't hang out around people.

The second is lighter colored, and pretty much specifically feeds on people.

It's that second one which more or less took over the world.
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For our first #DeepDive since our hiatus, let's talk about a disease that we'll be hearing *a lot* about in our near future: Huanglongbing, or Citrus Greening disease.

Specifically, how do we know the disease even exists?
The inspiration for this one comes from an activist group who was trying to spread the idea that Huanglongbing (HLB and/or CG from here on out) was predominantly caused by herbicide damage.

HLB was first described in Western science journals in 1919.

However, farmers in China had known about the disease for several generations and had called it 'Yellow dragon disease' and the earliest written records dated back to the 1870s.

It was likely known even before that.
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Happening Now: What is a community radio station?

Join the conversation with @donald_mukota and @ZacrasOnline- @johnchirinda and Pelargia Kapuya tonight on the #DeepDive on @capitalkfm

#mediareformsnow #AIPPAandBSAMustFall
@donald_mukota @ZacrasOnline @JohnChirinda @capitalkfm Chirinda says the community radio initiatives are not breaking the law, they are however initiatives in a state of preparedness to be licensed to become radio stations. These initiatives are alternative methods to share information with communities.

@PatsakaCRI @ZacrasOnline
@donald_mukota @ZacrasOnline @JohnChirinda @capitalkfm @PatsakaCRI Communities should be primarily responsible for setting up radio stations. Govt is not meant to be a player in the running radio stations but regulators- Kapuya says

@ZacrasOnline @PatsakaCRI @InfoMinZW @energymutodi @euinzim @MAZ_Zim @ZimMediaReview
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Scientists make their living using their brains to interpret data.

So what happens when that organ breaks, and a respected researcher becomes mentally ill?

In this week's second #DeepDive, let's explore the case of Jay Traver.

CW: Mental illness
Jay Traver was one of the early entomological pioneers. Her career centered mainly around aquatic insects, specifically mayflies.

Most of her work-which is still cited to this day-revolved around describing the lifecycles of mayflies.
In 1951, Traver published a paper where she claimed to have experienced an infestation by a mite called Dermatophagoides scheremetewskyi.

This is a mite which lives in homes, and although it causes allergic reactions, it was known at the time to not be parasitic.
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With Glyphosate being in the news due to a recent court ruling, let's take this opportunity to explore the history of pest control in this week's #DeepDive.

It's a huge and complex topic, so the best we can do is a brief overview.
It's not really known when humans started using pesticides.

The first agricultural societies began about 10,000 BCE, with several independent shifts around the world from relatively nomadic lifestyles to those tending crops.
The first records of pesticides being used is in Sumeria, where they used elemental sulfur to control crop pests.

This is largely an accident of geography; Sulfur deposits are abundant in a stretch between Mosul and Fatha...which allowed easy access.
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For tonight's #DeepDive, let's talk a little bit about how insects use venom *and* poison for various things.

The divisions can be weird, and there's a lot of ways that venoms and poisons can be used!

Thanks to @RosemaryMosco for comic permission!…
When we think of venom or poison, we typically think about the act of eating...and for good reason.

Venom/poisons are used to either help something eat, or keep something from being eaten.
The only exception to this that I'm aware of is the mating of the African rock scorpion.

During mating (2:10 in this video), the male stings the female.

This species doesn't use venom to hunt, so the exact reason behind this behavior is unknown.

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