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@nicholaslepanOne feature that would be cool would be a news overlay on the chart so you could see the day of the press release on the chart, do not see that anywhere else might as well be the first #feedback
@nicholaslepanRenewables' deep-sea mining conundrum. British scientists exploring an underwater mountain in the Atlantic Ocean have discovered a treasure trove of rare minerals. Samples brought back to the surface contain the scarce substance tellurium in concentrations 50,000 times higher than in deposits on land. http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-39347620
@nicholaslepanEVERY DAY ACROSS the nation, people doing work for Google log in to their computers and start watching YouTube. They look for violence in videos. They seek out hateful language in video titles. They decide whether to classify clips as “offensive” or “sensitive.” They are Google’s so-called “ads quality raters,” temporary workers hired by outside agencies to render judgments machines still can’t make all on their own. And right now, Google appears to need these humans’ help—urgently. https://www.wired.com/2017/04/zerochaos-google-ads-quality-raters/?
@nicholaslepanU.S. to impose 20% duties on Canadian softwood lumber: Reuters. A Commerce Department fact sheet on the pending announcement seen by Reuters shows that West Fraser Mills will pay the highest duties at 24.12 per cent, followed by Canfor Corp at 20.26 per cent. Resolute FP Canada Ltd will pay a 12.82-per-cent duty, while Tolko Marketing and Sales and Tolko Industries will pay a 19.50-per-cent duty and J.D. Irving Ltd, will pay 3.02 per cent. All other Canadian producers face a 19.88-per-cent duty, according to the document. http://www.bnn.ca/u-s-to-impose-20-duties-on-canadian-softwood-lumber-u-s-commerce-secretary-wilbur-ross-1.733227
@nicholaslepanSilver is easier to buy because of its price and you can buy more over a long time and build it easier, then plopping down a load of cash on gold, partly psychological and my current savings strategy can only afford so much physical that does not produce income
@nicholaslepanSP Angel Meyer, junior resource broker based in London put out its metal forecasts for the next couple of years and gold is going nowhere, according to them, sticking at 1200, copper and nickel look like they're are going up, zinc maybe on the way down