About a year ago, in the spring of 2017, I got myself a pair of Alden 403 Workboots or Alden Indy, as they’re named these days. These are the standard 403 make up with brown chromexcel leather, 270 welt, neocork soles, and on the Trubalance last. This is my review – one year in.Read more »
In 9 cases out of 10, you’re probably using the custom HTML Widget to add your Adsense code onto your Wordpress based site.
That’s fine but it comes with a caveat. What to do when someone navigates to your nicely dressed up 404 page? A simple filter will fix it for you.Read more »
The source control system that is the current (Dec 2012) flavor of the year is Git. If you’re anything like me you have reluctantly gone over from SVN and found that it’s quite OK.Read more »
Exponetial Moving Average (EMA for short) is one of the most used indicators in technical analysis today. But how do you calculate it for yourself, using a paper and a pen or – preferred – a spreadsheet program of your choice. Let’s find out in this explanation of EMA calculation.Read more »
MACD stands for Moving Average Convergence Divergence. It makes use of moving averages of different time frames to indicate momentum changes and swings in the mood of the crowd, to give buying and selling signals that catches the big moves.
By many thought to be the best of all technical analysis indicators available, we will show you how MACD is quite simple to calculate as it is based on earlier calculations of EMA (exponential moving averages).
Though successful for many, some followers – quite a few, actually – don’t lose weight, or lose very little weight using a Low Carb High Fat diet (or Atkins / GI diet as it is also known as). Why is that?Read more »
Upside Gap Two Crows is a trading term, representing a pattern of the stock price (if the underlying instrument is a stock) denoting a downturn shift in the price.Read more »
ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds, are composite instruments traded on the public stock exchange, but what is a so called Intelligent ETF, sometimes known as Smart ETF?Read more »
Today’s *nix systems usually comes with a nice enough UI to handle things like copy/paste, find, find in files, directory space usage etc. however, there are times when you need to stay at the command prompt or shell. Remembering the commands with pipes and forks can be daunting – and very frustrating. Below is a raw list of the top commands used by me when using shell into my Linode accounts. Use your own good judgment when running these. Run as root or use “sudo” before all the commands below.Read more »