Store visit re-assures TESCO… XXXX Sliced that top up today for 238p . Main market better then AIM recently .
Exposing price discrimination in online shopping Same here. I prefer Gab, Diaspora* and I’ll use Openbook when it’s in public mode. I use a mobile most of the day, mine has a privacy browser and 2 VPN’s. one using the providers client as a paid account (which includes Tor), the other uses openvpn. I use a well respected providers free service for that one. I also have an internal proxy server running with a dedicated browser that pushes the final connection through Epic’s online proxy page. Email accounts with Proton, Tut and Mail fence will respect your privacy. It’s not difficult. I also have an encrypted segment on my laptop hard drive that boots into Linux. That’s what I use when connecting from hotels etc. If I have to use public/private wifi, I’d rather do that with a VPN and Linux. DL
Exposing price discrimination in online shopping I never use Facebook, I must be about the only person in western society that never takes a mobile phone out with me or hardly uses one! FW telling the whole world about their boring lives. Chrome & Explorer get a lot of data.
Exposing price discrimination in online shopping I like Firefox’s Multi Account user: create muitliple profiles.
Exposing price discrimination in online shopping Easy remedy: VPN, no cookies, useragent change. Never use Goolge & Facebook. DL
Exposing price discrimination in online shopping
For the chartists, good reason not to chase this market There are various ways you can interpret these markets, 1) is a means of measuring true inflation, the same as gold, gold never really rises it´s really a measure of currency devaluation. Yes, the bull market still stands but how many are exiting in the pre-Xmas rally? Remember the bell shape curve at the top. I am not sure the UK is the weakest, France & Italy look on absolute fire, these are the two that could implode the whole system. France holds so much of Italian debt & Italy is dependent in large part on French bank support. I personally think we´re heading back to a huge sell off. That´s what it looks like. The frequency of volatility is increasing. DyBmLYgW0AAw_wX.jpg1200x711 123 KB
For the chartists, good reason not to chase this market @SaraRacano, Fair points, though like all else, little is gospel with charts alone. I’ve taken a break from all commodity trading since ESMA regulations increased margin requirements last July. Maybe I’ll consider it again in more favourable circumstances. However, it’s unlikely whilst I’m back trading volatile indices, as well as still holding leveraged positions on a number of individual stocks. Whilst one mantra for VIX is, “When Vix is high, time to buy; when Vix low, time to go”, it’s also important to look at things from longer perspectives. For all the pullbacks, we’re still in bull market territory as evidenced by longer-term trends in chart below. So I continue to buy dips, be it more cautiously in view of uncertain macro-factors & an extremely weak UK government. Screen Shot 2019-03-23 at 17.55.13.png901x490 97.9 KB Agree, Gold needs watching, though it’s still some way off its recent highs in February 2019 when seeing nearly 1,350. Gold currently about 1,313+. But little is straightforward most of the time if looking at various indicators over longer timeframes. - GL.
For the chartists, good reason not to chase this market I think you´re right. The volatility index & the VIX should never be ignored. Look at gold, the price is behaving very oddly. I thought it had peaked it then went down & has started its rise again. Perhaps if you´re into commodities betting, wheat futures might be worth a go.
U.S. Government warning over widespread flooding & rocketing food prices in 2019 Perhaps this is the reason Tesco SP has been increasing of late things look pretty serious in the U.S.
The magic economics of gambling Not looked at this for a while see it hit 236p . One of my better punts glad I did not take the profit when you suggested Sara
For the chartists, good reason not to chase this market @SaraRacano Whilst such charts present some interesting market indicators for what potentially lies ahead, I doubt too many on TSCO’s BB are likely to be swayed by macro charts pertaining to a key US index. I imagine many who’ve bought TSCO are longer-term holders. Tagging such info on TSCO’s BB only is unlikely to trigger much response. - GL.
For the chartists, good reason not to chase this market S&P 500 drops 1.9% while fear index Vix jumps 20% as bond yields are cratering in response to soft growth (the flash PMIs were bad in US, Japan, and especially Europe) and curves are flattening/inverting. D2SiIUpX0AAc1uN.jpg736x529 104 KB
Why Tesco failed in the states Even a cameo for Jack Cohen.
Eat well guide & flawed science What a surprise! Watching this woman take down the “Eat Well Guide,” pointing out its flawed science and junk food sponsors (it´s only 10 mins) D03Fxp3VsAEde74.jpg750x384 53.7 KB