“Time frame in these stocks should be medium to long term. The volume in the stock must be taken into consideration whether enough buyers and sellers exist or not. While looking at its fundamentals main focus must be on the operating profit and cash flows along with its growth over a period,” he said.Factors which one should keep in mind while investing: … [Read more...] about H1 2020 review: Less-known names make it big as 55 stocks rise 100-1000%
Like how Cameron fired his agent when he didn’t believe in his early concept for The Terminator, which came to him in a fever dream, and wound up pitching the film with the help of a friend who dressed as the Terminator and crashed a meeting with film execs. … [Read more...] about Miss your summer blockbusters? A new podcast charting the rise of James Cameron has you covered
Jhunjhunwala: Technically, we are in an absolute bull market. We are in the start of a bull market. You have breadth, you have disbelief, you have nervousness, you have lack of commitment and market refuses to go down. Every bull market starts with an event which shatters everybody so much that everybody keeps promising that he will never buy stocks again and then the first rise never has faith. So technically we are surely in what is going to be a long bull market and then sometimes the market can mislead you, but that is very rare. … [Read more...] about Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says biggest opportunities are in the most un-favoured stocks
Conversely, high-quality AC could actually have been useful to decrease the chance of infection. “There’s nothing inherently wrong with the HVAC system,” says Joseph Allen, assistant professor of exposure assessment science at the Harvard School of Public Health. In fact, HVAC should be leveraged to minimize the risk of airborne transmission, especially if it’s fitted with high-efficiency filters designed to strain pollutant particles out of the air. It’s also potentially better than industrial fans, in workplaces such as meatpacking buildings and factories, which could increase the velocity of large droplets—much higher than in an AC system—carrying them farther in fast jets of air. … [Read more...] about Will air-conditioning help spread the coronavirus?
Historically, Google has been averse to policing misinformation on its own platforms and within its ad network. However, since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, the company has taken a more aggressive position against content that could harm viewers. In April , Google committed $6.5 million to fact-checkers and organizations actively combating COVID-19 misinformation. It’s also taken steps across all of its platforms to raise factual information to the top of pages, suppress dubious claims, and pull down information that actively harms human health. In employing these new standards, Google has been very nuanced about what content violates its policies, and it’s not always clear what constitutes information that poses a risk to human health. … [Read more...] about Google is placing ads next to COVID-19 misinformation on conspiracy sites