Wireless power transfer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Inductive charging pad for LG smartphone, using the Qi system, an example of near-field wireless transfer. When the phone is set on the pad, a coil in the pad creates a magnetic field[1] which induces a current in another coil, in the phone, charging its battery. Wireless power transfer (WPT),Continue reading “Wireless power transfer”

Top three most successful Forex traders ever

Whether you are new to trading Forex or an old hand at the currency markets, you are likely to share one key aspiration: How do I become more successful at trading in 2018? One way to improve is to learn by example and to look at some of the most successful Forex traders in theContinue reading “Top three most successful Forex traders ever”

Short trade in the Dow Jones Industrial future

As I explained in my last post, the cash index pays dividends if held overnight and the future does not cost anything overnight. As usual, I started the trade slowly built it up with the time Time Symbol Type Direction Volume Price Profit 2017.12.14 16:21:18 UsaIndDec17 sell in 0.10 24630 0.00 2017.12.14 16:23:04 UsaIndDec17 sellContinue reading “Short trade in the Dow Jones Industrial future”

Benefits of Qi Wireless Charging

One of the things we hear the most after consumers use Qi wireless charging for the first time is, “it’s so simple” or “how did I go without wireless charging before?” Most people don’t realize the convenience of wireless charging until they use it throughout their daily life. Have you ever experienced this before? [youtubeContinue reading “Benefits of Qi Wireless Charging”

Qi wireless charging everywhere? It’s coming.

Image courtesy of Aircharge Now that new iPhone models that feature Qi wireless charging are in the hands of consumers, it seems wireless charging will become even more pervasive in public locations than it is today. Soon, everywhere people go, they won’t have to struggle with having to carry wired chargers and hunting for powerContinue reading “Qi wireless charging everywhere? It’s coming.”

Long Trade in the Dow Jones Industrial cash index

As explained in my previous post, I only trade the Dow Jones Industrial index. As a CFD trader, I can trade the Dow Jones future or the Dow Jones cash index. The abbrevation for the Dow Jones cash index is UsaInd with my broker: Time Symbol Type Direction Volume Price Swap Profit Comment 2017.12.07 15:12:27Continue reading “Long Trade in the Dow Jones Industrial cash index”

WH-10B Universal Holder for smartphones with Qi wireless charger

The SCHMITT WH-10B Universal Holder uses the latest technology called inductive loading. The Qi holder comes with a magnetic plate which can be attached to your smartphone via removable 3M strip. In this way, you can clip your smartphones fast and easy to the smartphone holder. The holder itself is permanently connected with the 12 VContinue reading “WH-10B Universal Holder for smartphones with Qi wireless charger”

Qi standard

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Qi The Qi logo, consisting of a lowercase “q” with a semicircle-esque “i” with a circle on top Status Active Year started 2008; 10 years ago First published 2008; 10 years ago Latest version 1.2.2 Organization Wireless Power Consortium Committee Wireless Power Consortium Domain Inductive charging License Open standard Copyright Logo andContinue reading “Qi standard”

Trading the Dow Jones Industrial Index

As I already explained in my last post, I trade a mixture of different trading styles. I look at the chart and mark the Alltime High, Daily High, Daily Low, Open Level and US Open Level. I mostly have an opinion of what I think the market will do. Mostly, I was wrong so IContinue reading “Trading the Dow Jones Industrial Index”

Trading terminology: Lots

Lot What it is: A lot is a securities trade for a “standard” number of trading units. In stock trading, a lot is 100 shares (also called a “round lot”). However, inactive stocks generally trade in 10-share lots. How it works (Example): Lots are the standard trading amount, and thus they usually incur the mostContinue reading “Trading terminology: Lots”

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