Managed Float – Event Planer http://eventplaner.net/ Sat, 14 May 2022 13:22:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://eventplaner.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-favicon-32x32.jpg Managed Float – Event Planer http://eventplaner.net/ 32 32 BM: ED arrests 6 people including 3 Bangladeshi nationals from North 24 Parganas https://eventplaner.net/bm-ed-arrests-6-people-including-3-bangladeshi-nationals-from-north-24-parganas/ Sat, 14 May 2022 13:22:47 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/bm-ed-arrests-6-people-including-3-bangladeshi-nationals-from-north-24-parganas/

As many as six people, including three Bangladeshi nationals, were arrested at North 24 Parganas by the Law Enforcement Branch, officials said on Saturday. “Out of the 6 arrested today, there are three Bangladeshi nationals among them. This is related to a massive money laundering case in Bangladesh. The names of the Bangladeshi nationals are Proshanta Kumar Halder, Pritish Kumar Halder and Pranesh Kumar Halder Their properties and properties of their associates across the state of West Bengal were raided by ED,” officials said.

Proshanta Kumar Halder posed as an Indian citizen by the name of Shibshankar Halder after he managed to fraudulently obtain various government identities such as ration card, Indian voter ID card, PAN card and Adhar. The same case involves other Halder associates, the official added. “ED found that these Bangladeshi nationals also managed to start companies in India based on fraudulently obtained identities and even bought real estate properties in various places including some upmarket areas of Kolkata. Proshanta Kumar Halder and other associates are charged in a multi-million financial fraud in Bangladesh,” officials said.

On May 13, ED carried out searches at various premises linked to Bangladeshi nationals, namely Proshanta Kumar Halder, Pritish Kumar Halder, Pranesh Kumar Halder and their associates across the state of West Bengal. (ANI)

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5 sector ETFs to gain from US inflation over 8% https://eventplaner.net/5-sector-etfs-to-gain-from-us-inflation-over-8/ Thu, 12 May 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/5-sector-etfs-to-gain-from-us-inflation-over-8/

AThe annual inflation rate in the United States slowed to 8.3% in April from a 41-year high of 8.5% in March, according to Trade Economics, but less than the market forecast for 8, 1%. Energy prices jumped 30.3%, below 32% in March thanks to a moderate rise in gasoline prices (43.6% against 48%) while fuel oil rose further (80.5 % versus 70.1%). In contrast, food prices jumped 9.4%, the maximum since April 1981, and prices also rose faster for housing (5.1% vs 5%) and new vehicles (13.2% vs 12 .5%).

In this context, we suggest a few sector ETFs that may be worth investing in when inflation is rising. Below we highlight them.

Transportation Services

The transportation index rose 3.1% in April after rising 2% in March.

iShares US Transportation ETF IYT – Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) fund measures the performance of companies in the industrial transportation, airline, and general industrial services sectors of the US stock market.

Auto

New car price inflation was palpable. The new vehicle index rose 1.1% in April after rising 0.2% the previous month. First Trust S-Network Future Vehicles & Technology ETF CARZ can thus play on the rise in car price inflation.

The Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) First Trust SNetwork Future Vehicles & Technology ETF (CARZ) tracks the S-Network Electric & Future Vehicle Ecosystem Index, whose constituents are chosen by selecting eligible Pure-Play companies in descending order of float-adjusted market capitalization until 100 constituents have been selected.

Utilities

The gas utility index rose 3.1% in April after rising 0.6% in March.

Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF XLU – The underlying index seeks to provide an effective representation of the utilities sector of the S&P 500 Index.

Restaurants

The out-of-home food index rose 0.6% sequentially in April after rising 0.3% in March. This indicates that restaurants are charging more.

AdvisorShares Restaurant ETF EATZ – The AdvisorShares Restaurant ETF is an actively managed exchange-traded fund which seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 80% of its net assets in the securities of companies which derive at least 50% of their net income from Restoration.

Medical care services

The medical care index rose 0.5% sequentially in April after rising 0.6% in March.

iShares US Healthcare Providers ETF IHF – The fund’s underlying Dow Jones US Select HealthCare Providers Index measures the performance of the healthcare provider sub-sector in the US stock market. It includes health maintenance organizations, hospitals, clinics, dentists, opticians, retirement homes as well as rehabilitation and retirement centers.

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Photos: Spearfishermen shoot thousands of fish in Lake Powell https://eventplaner.net/photos-spearfishermen-shoot-thousands-of-fish-in-lake-powell/ Mon, 09 May 2022 20:52:14 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/photos-spearfishermen-shoot-thousands-of-fish-in-lake-powell/

Dozens of the best spearfishermen from across the country dove into Lake Powell to shoot more than 19,000,000 pounds of fish in two days during the National Freshwater Tournament last month.

Spearfishing teams struggled with incredibly low water levels due to the drought. The last reservoir tournament in 2018 saw water levels nearly 90 feet higher. This was not the case this year, and some teams arrived a week early to scout the lake. Even teams that have hunted the lake before have found themselves in uncharted territory.

Fernando Gutierrez, a member of the Tres Leches team, hunts along a wall during day two of competition at the 2022 National Freshwater Spearfishing Tournament in Lake Powell on Saturday, April 30, 2022. Guttierez is a member and founder of OC Spearos, a club based in Orange County. , California. Evan Frost

“Scouting was much more difficult because you basically had a different lake. You had to scout out like you’ve never been to the lake before. The structure and everything can change because of the water level,” says Mike Livingston, president of the National Freshwater Spearfishing Association.

In addition to changing the landscape for hunters, record low water levels created a logistically intense tournament. Only two lanes on a working boat launch were usable to get more than 20 competing boats in and out of the water under tight deadlines.

Carp fishing Lake Powell.
Fernando Gutierrez shoots a common carp on his spear during the second day of competition Saturday, April 30, 2022. Guttierez shot 68 carp and two striped bass for a total of 74 points, but his team was disqualified for an early start. Evan Frost

Teams used to salt water had to adapt to a whole new style of hunting. On the first day, teams were sent after game, mainly striped bass and occasionally walleye. Both are non-native species in the lake. On the second day, the spearfishers targeted the carp. Points were awarded to the heaviest fish, but it was the amount of fish that could push teams to the podium.

Instead of deep dives and long breaths waiting for big fish in blue water as they would in salt water, hunters repeatedly dived to dark bottoms in narrow canyons, reloading their weapons from dozens times per hour.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Competitors don wetsuits and apply sunscreen while waiting for the shotgun to depart at 7 a.m. before the first day of the tournament on Friday, April 29, 2022. Evan Frost

“I think I made 204 or 208 drops on carp day,” said Justin Lee, who finished first in the men’s division, bagging 82 fish over 2 days. In his native Hawaii, the strategy is to hold his breath for three minutes and dive over 100 feet into crystal clear water.

“You just can’t get the numbers you need if you’re diving like that. So you kind of have to change your whole system, your way of diving, to spend more time underwater,” says Lee.

Discovery of Lake Powell.
Darvil McBride dives in a canyon while searching for fish before the tournament on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Evan Frost

By the end of the second day, teams were crammed into boats with hundreds of pounds of carp stuffed into trash bags and barrels. Nicole Burko shot 61 carp and three striped bass. She finished second overall in the women’s division.

“It’s a nightmare, you’re dealing with fish slime everywhere. It’s all over the boat, it’s all in your face and all over your wetsuit,” says competitor and 2021 champion Darvil McBride.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Darvil McBride stops for a photo taken behind a rocky cliff below the surface of Lake Powell. Evan Frost

In previous years, the tournament has worked with fertilizer producers and reptile farms to donate massive amounts of carp to worthy causes. This year, the National Park Service eliminated fish from Wahweap Marina after weighing.

Although not officially considered invasive in Lake Powell by the states of Utah or Arizona, there is a large population of carp that compete for resources with more popular species. In parts of Utah, carp are managed with state culling programs to level the playing field for other fish.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Mitchell Bellanger prepares to enter the water. Signs of earlier water levels, known as bathwater rings, can be seen on the canyon walls. Evan Frost

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources biologist Dan Keller started fishing the lake as a teenager and only remembers catching a carp with a rod and reel three times. The effectiveness of the underwater hunters impressed him, but the impact of the tournament is unclear.

“I would say, yes, delete [thousands] of fish from a reservoir as large as Lake Powell probably has no biological impact,” says Keller. “At the same time, the optimistic view is, well, that’s [a few thousand] fish out there that compete. Maybe we are freeing up resources for other species.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Darvil McBride surfaces with a Utah state-record striped bass after spearing it on the second day of competition Saturday, April 30, 2022. The 6-pound, 3-ounce bass nearly tripled the state record for a striped bass shot on a spear. Evan Frost

Eurasian carp (or common carp) have plagued United States waters since they were brought to the country for cultivation in the late 1800s. other fish populations and muddy waters as they search for food, eating anything they come across.

The creation of the lake by the damming of the Colorado River in 1963 led to the introduction of many other non-native game fish. Seabass and carp species make up the largest portion of the lake’s fish population, competing with native suckers, goosetails, and chub, among others.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell
Competitor Heather Kirby enters the water as boat captain Jonathan Durtka casts his line and floats. Each diver had to swim with a float and a dive flag attached to them with a line. Evan Frost

Beyond the biological impacts, Keller thinks the biggest benefit is the engagement with the environment the tournament brings, bringing hunters from across the country to learn about and connect with Lake Powell’s fisheries.

The experience changes drastically from year to year with Lake Powell’s water level, which has dropped 40 feet since 2021. Keller cites varying water levels as a tool in the fight against invasive zebra and quagga mussels , which consume young phytoplankton fish. Sites where mussel colonies settle are disturbed when dams release water, leaving the mussels tall and dry.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Competitor Jake Lords swims along the surface in a slot canyon as he prepares for another dive. Evan Frost

As the lake approaches extremely low water levels in the second decade of the Southwest Megadrought, the Home Office is taking unprecedented action to maintain water levels capable of generating hydroelectric power. What’s good for energy can also be good for invasive molds, according to Keller.

“Yes [water levels remain consistent] we could have quagga mussels accumulating in really high densities and we could see impacts on fish populations because of that.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell.
Heather Kirby warms up on the boat after a morning dive in 58 degree water. Many competitors hailed from warm coastal waters, traveling from as far away as Florida, California and Hawaii. Evan Frost

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the state of the reservoir, the National Freshwater Spearfishing Association is poised to host the World Championship in Lake Powell next year, where competitors will arrive from around the world. NFSA President Mike Livingston hopes a stable, albeit low, water level will lead to a successful tournament next year.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell
Darvil McBride looks over the edge of a cliff while looking for carp on the second day of competition. Evan Frost

“We will truly have the best freshwater divers from around the world all together in one place in a beautiful location to dive and show off how good they are,” says Livingston.

Lee and McBride have both qualified to return next year. Team USA gets four teams for each division: Men’s, Women’s, Mixed and Masters. Lee hopes to bring another trophy back to Hawaii.

Spearfishing at Lake Powell
Hunter McBride secures bins full of harpooned carp to the front of the Tres Leches team boat while his brother Darvil (right) leads the team to their next dive site. Evan Frost

“Spearfishing and living outside, off the land, is just the way of life. Getting some notoriety and winning a national championship, for something you learned to do as a little boy or little girl in the small town to bring home food, that’s huge,” Lee said.

Until competition returns to Lake Powell, Lee says he will train at Honoka’a and “live on cloud nine billion.”

Spearfishing at Lake Powell
Mike Livingston (left) and Bahia Bros teammates deliver their striped bass to the weigh-in table at the end of day one of competition at the Wahweap Marina near Page, Arizona. The team took first place in the tournament, the members will be part of teams representing the United States at the 2023 World Championship in Lake Powell. Evan Frost

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Analysis of Weatherford International (WFRD) and its rivals https://eventplaner.net/analysis-of-weatherford-international-wfrd-and-its-rivals/ Sun, 08 May 2022 05:22:57 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/analysis-of-weatherford-international-wfrd-and-its-rivals/

Weatherford International (NASDAQ: WFRD – Get Rating) is one of 23 public companies in the “oil and gas field machinery” sector, but how does it differ from its rivals? We will compare Weatherford International to similar companies based on its risk strength, valuation, dividends, earnings, profitability, institutional ownership and analyst recommendations.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of current ratings and recommendations for Weatherford International and its rivals, as provided by MarketBeat.com.

Sales Ratings Hold odds Buy reviews Strong buy odds Rating
Weatherford International 0 0 2 0 3.00
Weatherford International Competitors 239 1420 1392 39 2.40

Weatherford International currently has a consensus price target of $47.00, indicating a potential upside of 40.05%. As a group, the Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies have an upside potential of 10.94%. Given Weatherford International’s stronger consensus rating and higher likely upside, analysts clearly believe Weatherford International is more favorable than its rivals.

Insider and Institutional Ownership

93.1% of Weatherford International shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 60.0% of the shares of all Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies are held by institutional investors. 11.8% of the shares of all Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies are held by insiders of the company. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, large money managers, and hedge funds believe a company is poised for long-term growth.

Profitability

This table compares the net margins, return on equity and return on assets of Weatherford International and its competitors.

Net margins Return on equity return on assets
Weatherford International -11.04% -36.94% -4.35%
Weatherford International Competitors -6.04% -9.89% -1.96%

Valuation and benefits

This table compares the gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation of Weatherford International and its rivals.

Gross revenue Net revenue Price/earnings ratio
Weatherford International $3.65 billion -$450.00 million -5.68
Weatherford International Competitors $3.96 billion -$425.06 million 11.74

Weatherford International’s competitors have higher revenues and profits than Weatherford International. Weatherford International trades at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than its rivals, indicating that it is currently more affordable than other companies in its industry.

Summary

Rivals Weatherford International beat Weatherford International on 8 of the 12 factors compared.

Weatherford International Company Profile (Get a rating)

Weatherford International plc, an energy services company, provides equipment and services for the drilling, appraisal, completion, production and intervention of oil, geothermal and natural gas wells worldwide. The Company operates in two segments, Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere. It offers artificial lift systems, including reciprocating rods, progressive cavity, gas, hydraulic, piston and hybrid pumping systems, as well as related automation and control systems; pressure pumping and reservoir stimulation services, such as souring, fracturing, cementing and coiled tubing work; and drill pipe testing tools, surface well testing and multi-phase flow measurement services. The company also provides safety, downhole reservoir monitoring, flow control and multi-stage fracturing systems, as well as sand control technologies and production and isolation packers; liner hangers for suspending casing string in high temperature, high pressure wells; cementing products, including plugs, float and stage equipment, and torque and drag reduction technology for zonal isolation; and pre-construction planning and installation services. In addition, it offers directional drilling services and logging and measurement-while-drilling services; services related to steerable rotary systems, high temperature and high pressure sensors, drill reamers and circulation submarines; rotary control devices and advanced automated control systems, as well as closed loop drilling, air drilling, pressure controlled drilling and underbalance drilling services; open hole and cased hole logging services; and intervention and remediation services. In addition, the company provides tube handling, management and connection services; and re-entry, fishing, wellbore cleaning and well abandonment services, as well as patented downhole equipment, tubular handling equipment, pressure control equipment, and rods and collars drilling. The company was incorporated in 1972 and is based in Houston, Texas.



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Comparison of Weatherford International (WFRD) and its competitors https://eventplaner.net/comparison-of-weatherford-international-wfrd-and-its-competitors/ Fri, 06 May 2022 12:37:30 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/comparison-of-weatherford-international-wfrd-and-its-competitors/

Weatherford International (NASDAQ: WFRD – Get Rating) is one of 23 public companies in the “oil and gas field machinery” sector, but how does it stand out from its peers? We will compare Weatherford International to similar companies based on valuation strength, earnings, risk, dividends, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations and profitability.

Analyst Notes

This is a breakdown of current recommendations and price targets for Weatherford International and its peers, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sales Ratings Hold odds Buy reviews Strong buy odds Rating
Weatherford International 0 0 2 0 3.00
Weatherford International Competitors 239 1420 1392 39 2.40

Weatherford International currently has a consensus price target of $47.00, indicating a potential upside of 43.34%. As a group, the Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies have an upside potential of 11.49%. Given Weatherford International’s stronger consensus rating and higher likely upside, research analysts clearly believe Weatherford International is more favorable than its peers.

Profitability

This table compares the net margins, return on equity and return on assets of Weatherford International and its peers.

Net margins Return on equity return on assets
Weatherford International -11.04% -36.94% -4.35%
Weatherford International Competitors -6.06% -9.97% -2.00%

Benefits and evaluation

This chart compares revenue, earnings per share, and valuation of Weatherford International and its peers.

Gross revenue Net revenue Price/earnings ratio
Weatherford International $3.65 billion -$450.00 million -5.55
Weatherford International Competitors $3.96 billion -$425.06 million 24.99

Weatherford International’s peers have higher revenues and profits than Weatherford International. Weatherford International trades at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than its peers, indicating that it is currently more affordable than other companies in its industry.

Institutional and Insider Ownership

93.1% of Weatherford International shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 60.0% of the shares of all Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies are held by institutional investors. 11.8% of the shares of all Oil & Gas Field Machinery companies are held by insiders of the company. Strong institutional ownership indicates that hedge funds, endowments, and large fund managers believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.

Summary

Weatherford International’s peers beat Weatherford International on 7 of the 11 factors compared.

Weatherford International Company Profile (Get a rating)

Weatherford International plc, an energy services company, provides equipment and services for the drilling, appraisal, completion, production and intervention of oil, geothermal and natural gas wells worldwide. The Company operates in two segments, Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere. It offers artificial lifting systems, including reciprocating rod, progressive cavity pumping, gas, hydraulic, piston and hybrid lifting systems, as well as related automation and control systems; pressure pumping and reservoir stimulation services, such as souring, fracturing, cementing and coiled tubing work; and drill pipe testing tools, surface well testing and multi-phase flow measurement services. The company also provides safety, downhole reservoir monitoring, flow control and multi-stage fracturing systems, as well as sand control technologies and production and isolation packers; liner hangers for suspending casing string in high temperature, high pressure wells; cementing products, including plugs, float and stage equipment, and torque and drag reduction technology for zonal isolation; and pre-construction planning and installation services. In addition, it offers directional drilling services and logging and measurement-while-drilling services; services related to steerable rotary systems, high temperature and high pressure sensors, drill reamers and circulation submarines; rotary control devices and advanced automated control systems, as well as closed loop drilling, air drilling, pressure controlled drilling and underbalance drilling services; open hole and cased hole logging services; and intervention and remediation services. In addition, the company provides tube handling, management and connection services; and re-entry, fishing, wellbore cleanup and well abandonment services, as well as proprietary downhole equipment, tube handling equipment, pressure control equipment, and rods and collars drilling. The company was incorporated in 1972 and is based in Houston, Texas.



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Roblox running out of live updates https://eventplaner.net/roblox-running-out-of-live-updates/ Wed, 04 May 2022 17:45:06 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/roblox-running-out-of-live-updates/

How to create a Roblox game (4/4)

7. Add a script to a game

For this section, you will need to become more familiar with scripting.

The programming language used for Roblox is Lua, so you will have to learn it to successfully create scripts and create more actions in your game.

For add a script to a part, hover over it in the Workspace section, click the + icon, then choose Script.

Lua is very easy to learn compared to other programming languages, so don’t give up creating your own game just because you’re not familiar with programming languages.

Find yourself an online guide on how to script with Lua, and you’ll be making games on Roblox in no time.

8. Assemble your game

Now that you know the basics of making a game on Roblox, and you may have also learned how to code in Lua, you can start putting your game together.

Use the simple tips you learned above and remember that creativity is key.

So even if you know a Lua script line, you still have the power to create a fun and dynamic game, you just have to think outside the box.

9. Publish your game

Click the Publish button to publish your game and allow others to play it too.

It will show you a new menu, then click Create New Game.

From here, you can name your game, give it a description, assign it a genre, and also check off which devices your game plays best on.

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H2O, the first non-indexed stable asset for the Web 3.0 data economy, has arrived https://eventplaner.net/h2o-the-first-non-indexed-stable-asset-for-the-web-3-0-data-economy-has-arrived/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 16:33:25 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/h2o-the-first-non-indexed-stable-asset-for-the-web-3-0-data-economy-has-arrived/

April 27, 2022 – Toronto, Canada


After eight months of hard work, the H2O team announced the launch of H2O, a milestone for the entire Web 3.0 data economy. H2O is a non-indexed and decentralized stablecoin asset backed by OCEAN. H2O is now live on the Ethereum mainnet.

In any industry, the transformative power of data is impossible to ignore. McKinsey reports that data “can help unlock $3 trillion to $5 trillion in economic value.” The Economist writes that “the world’s most precious resource is no longer oil but data. With AI mature enough to unlock the value of data, data becomes the planet’s most important asset.

In its early days, the “data revolution” was dominated by big tech. Fortunately, Web 3.0 is beginning to take over a significant chunk of the innovation design space, reaping the benefits of the parabolic growth of the data economy by thinking of the many, instead of concentrating value in the hands of the few.

While access to data in the Web 2.0 paradigm is limited by mega-corporations such as Google, Amazon, and Meta, Web 3.0 offers a new way for users and builders to level the playing field for this asset. precious.

Individuals should no longer remain in the dark or act as passive users without rights to the value they create. It’s now 2022, and Ocean Protocol has matured a lot to realize its vision of democratizing access to data while preserving the privacy of those who create it and respecting the human values ​​of individuals who would otherwise be considered simple exploitable assets by tech giants. .

H2O was designed to be the stable asset to catalyze trading and staking of data assets in the ocean market and other ocean-powered data markets in the web 3.0 data economy. booming.

Using H2O reduces data price volatility compared to using OCEAN directly. It will benefit various users data providers will have more predictable revenues, data consumers will have more predictable costs, and data pool holders will have a reduced risk of impermanent loss.

In turn, these benefits will accelerate adoption and activity in ocean data markets.

With the launch of Ocean Version 4, then Ocean Data Farming (to boost data consumption volume), Ocean Protocol will become the Schelling point of the Web 3.0 data economy, as well as a flying of inertia for ever more data.

This virtuous cycle will be accelerated by the stable asset H2O for the benefit of users. Therefore, H2O has an important function and mission -to Become the de facto medium of exchange in the Web 3.0 data economy.

Protocol mechanics

Poseidon is the “non-governance” token of H2O, PSDN. PSDN holders will help guide the protocol in setting parameters while accumulating value through excess auctions and native emissions.

Users looking for more details on the fundamentals of H2O can click here to learn more.

To help seed H2O liquidity, Ocean holders can use SAFEs similar to vaults where users can deposit OCEAN as collateral to monetize H2O.

Users can deposit your OCEAN tokens and cash in H2O here.

Staking opportunities for PSDN will go live within 24-36 hours of the Poseidon Token Generation (TGE) event, along with LP staking rewards for the following pools – ETH/PSDN, ETH/H2O, OCEAN /H2O and OCEAN/PSDN.

For more information on PSDN airdrop details for Ocean DAO governance participants and new DAO milestones, click here.

A glimpse of the future

For its version two, H2O will transition to a multi-collateral model, where it will be backed by data assets in addition to OCEAN. It is an idea that breaks paradigms. It is a stable asset backed by a new asset class data themselves.

With data as a trillion-dollar asset class, it positions H2O extremely well for long-term stability and increases its appeal beyond basic data-oriented users into the broader DeFi ecosystem.

In short, H2O exists to accelerate the transition to a new data paradigm. from closed to open, from volatile to stable.

Sebastian Gomez, Commercial Manager at H2O, said:

“We want users and manufacturers, data providers and data scientists to participate in the democratization of access to data. We believe that this transition alone could trigger a new renaissance in many industries. The full outcome of the paradigm shift is impossible to anticipate, but we know it will be significant.

“The decentralization and democratization of data, along with the protection of its market players from aggressive price volatility, creates a watershed moment for society. and we are honored to be in the eye of the storm, grateful to our community and our team members who believe a new path is possible. We are conscious and excited that these changes have the potential to change everything.

About H2O

H2O is the first non-indexed stablecoin asset for the Web 3.0 data economy, with a managed float regime that serves as a medium of exchange and unit of account in decentralized data markets.

To join the growing community of builders and users engaged in decentralized data economies in DeFi, users can visit one of H2O’s community channels here.

Contact

Bruno Ahualli, managing partner of Kilonova Ventures

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Real estate transfers | Mount Airy News https://eventplaner.net/real-estate-transfers-mount-airy-news/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 16:45:00 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/real-estate-transfers-mount-airy-news/

When recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for a package be shown on the deed. However, a revenue stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000 of value is affixed to each deed.

Recent property transfers recorded at the Surry County Deeds Registry Office include:

– Thomas Frank Cirone, Colene Calhoun Collins, Jenny Lynn Blackburn, Jamie Sue Blackburn, Jamey Aaron Culler, Corey Staurt Adams, Caroline Elizabeth Adams, Brandon Troy Adams, Morgan Cheek Adams and Thomas C. Flippin to Jenny Lynn Blackburn; four tracts; $0.

– Thomas Frank Cirone, Colene Calhoun Collins, Jenny Lynn Blackburn, Jamie Sue Blackburn, Jamey Aaron Culler, Corey Staurt Adams, Caroline Elizabeth Adams, Brandon Troy Adams, Morgan Cheek Adams and Thomas C. Flippin to Thomas Frank Cirone; 0.024 acre lot 26 block 25 Elkin; $0.

– Dustin Vaughn and Sheena Vaughn to Dustin Vaughn, Sheena Vaughn, Jeffrey Stewart Moore and Vickie Jarvis; lot 5 Near and far development PB 18 23 Westfield; $0.

– Bonnie G. Coleson to Maria Cristina Rangel Lechuga; 2.72 acres tract one PB 38 66 Mount Airy; $100.

– Song Xiong in Vang Lue Lor; 0.59 acres of Mount Airy; $0.

– Debra E. Bradshaw to Eric Douglas Bradshaw; 0.377 acres lot 2 subdivision DG Myers PB 4 51 Elkin; $0.

– Marilyn K. Smith to Gabriel N. Leftwich and Kaitlyn V. Lewis; 0.525 acres of Mount Airy; $750.

– Langhorne A. Ellis Living Trust, Langhorne A. Ellis and Barry M. Ellis to Marilyn Kay Smith; condominium deed unit 207 bk 1 360-365 and 368-370 Spencers Lofts condominium Mount Airy; $830.

– Marty Douglas Puckett, Monica E. Puckett, Rhonda Puckett Hamstead, and Steven Lynn Hamstead of North Carolina Custom Modulars, LLC; lot 4 PB 40 134 Jim Hill Road; $118.

– Estate of John Lee Mittman, Fredrick G. Johnson, John Lee Mittman, Amy Mittman White and Alfred Junior White to James Wesley Collins; Mount Airy estate of John Lee Mittman 07 E 271 and file 21 SP 183; $40.

– Gregory Flippin Smith and Melissa H. Smith to Daniel Ramsay and Erica D. Ramsay; 46,563 acres South Westfield; $427.

– George Michael Midkiff Sr. and Mary P. Midkiff to Noah Myer Reece; leaflet; $270.

– Andrew T. Dutko Jr. and Sharon R. Dutko to Katherine E. Wood; 29,363 acres parcel B PB 40 142-143; $0.

– Rodney Gray Taylor, Karen S. Taylor, Donald Rayford Taylor and Brenda Taylor to Devan Kendall Harrison; lots 26-29 Luther Inman Housing Estate PB 4,172; $391

– Estate of Lola Mae Coleson, Diane Coleson McCarthy and Lola Mae Coleson to Maria Valle; lots 23-24 Meadow Creek Manor PB 7 95 Mount Airy Estate of Lola Mae Coleson file 22 E 32; $460.

– Christopher B. Sizemore and Maggie S. Sizemore at Investmore, LLC; 0.349 acres of Mount Airy; $241.

– Larry D. Lowe and Audra M. Lowe to Brandi Felts and Nathan Felts; track pilot; $650.

– Tuesday S. Brannock to Ashley Grace Clement; Mount Airy tract; $246.

– Brandon L. Wilber and Lexis Brook Collins to Tuesday Brannock and Ashlyn Savannah Parker; 0.5968 acres lots 34-38 and part of lots 62-63 PB 4 38 Mount Airy; $320.

– Dean Shawn Ruedisueli and Rhonda Michelle Ruedisueli to Tommy R. Harrold; lot 23 section 2 subdivision Trotter Place PB 10 94 Pilote; $430.

– James Eugene Simmons and Betty Gray Hiatt Simmons to Maurice Dwaine Simmons; 1,280 acres tract one PB 40 121 Dobsonian; $45.

– Carolyn Brown Simpson and Gordon Dewitt Simpson to Raymond Lynn Brown and Deanna Stone Brown; 9.2089 acres Dobson’ $80.

– Patricia Clement and Patricia Clement Roberts to Benjamin J. Cristinziani and Dawn Marie Cristinziani; 6.38 acres Stewarts Creek 360 Old Rail Road Mount Airy; $810.

– Billy Spurlin and Janet Spurlin to Erik Camacho; 2 Franklin plots; $4.

– James Coleman White and Mary Estelle White to James Coleman Stewart; 4,137 acres PB 40,155 Eldora; $0.

– Lisa Renee Jackson to Greg Woodward and Leona Woodward; 3.00 acres Pilot Mountain; $590.

– James Chestnut and April Bacani to Tim Davis and Regina Jivani; lots 1-4 West Elkin Elkin Subdivision; $230.

– Wade J. White Jr. and Kathleen S. Leiphart to Jonathan Wade White and Crystal Marie White; lots 53-60 Westfield; $503.

– Michelle D. Shelton, David Southard, Trent E. Draughn and Velvet Draughn to Toribio Mora Meran and Nancy H. Ortiz; 0.69 acre PB 18,114; $80.

– James Gerald Billings and Wanda Billings to Bailey Johnson and Hannah Johnson; lot 30 subdivision Rolling Hills PB 13 160 Franklin; $24.

– Cecil Eugene Noah to Rebecca Marie Noah; Mount Airy tract; $0.

– James Willis Lovelace to Melinda Dawn Hoots and Alejandro Gonzalez; lots 27-28 block 7 Highland Park PB 1 50 1241 Brooklen Ave; $39.

– Elkin Land Co., LLC and Elkin Land Company, LLC to Marcelina Joy Zimmerman; 1 acre Elkin; $176

– John Whitaker, Michael Whitaker and Lori Whitaker to Judd David Goldbach; leaflet; $142.

– Estate of Nick Bobich, Estate of Nick Bobich III, Charles Nicholas Babb, Nick Bobich, Nick Bobich III and Charles Babb to Joel Torres Mata; 0.616 acres Domaine Dobson de Nick Bobich file 22 E 296; $224.

– Jean Dickerson Watson to Mark W. Stone, Lisa A. Stone and Matthew D. Simpson; 1,530 acres PB 36 15 Westfield; $0.

– Lovenia T. Newsome to Lovenia T. Newsome and Adam Bruce Wall; 3.00 acres tract 2 Edgar Hill Farm; $0.

– Vernon Medley and Martin Allen Medley to Andrew Moore; sector PB 40 156 Marsh; $0.

– Estate of Mary Ann Gore, Marie G. Hawks, Raymond Patrick Hawks, Mary Ann Gore, Sherry L. Gore, Jeffery Mears, Janet G. Childress, Trent H. Childress, Kathy A. Sechrist and Jonathan D. Sechrist to Kimberly K Rowley and Nancy S. Diop Hathaway; 0.689 acre estate of Mary Ann Gore 22 E 172; $374.

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A mother thanks the holiday heroes who saved her son and his friend from tearing apart https://eventplaner.net/a-mother-thanks-the-holiday-heroes-who-saved-her-son-and-his-friend-from-tearing-apart/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 08:38:39 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/a-mother-thanks-the-holiday-heroes-who-saved-her-son-and-his-friend-from-tearing-apart/

A mother has contacted two holidaymakers after saving her son and his friend from a strong rip current. Seeing the boys in trouble, the two men went into the sea and helped get them to safety before one of the men ran into trouble himself.

Tom Hagues and Luke Pedwell, 34 and 36, from Worcestershire, entered the sea on Wednesday April 20 after seeing two 14-year-old boys stuck in a tear at Portreath Beach. As the two young boys, Ozzy Best and Finley Rahn, were brought to safety, Tom struggled to get out of the water and was rescued by an off duty lifeguard.

All parties were brought to safety and the Coast Guard arrived on the beach in time to provide first aid ashore. Charlene Dalton, the mother of teenager Finley Rahn, has reached out to the men and hopes to thank them in person tonight for their heroic actions.

Read more: Two more parked cars catch fire in struggling Liskeard

Charlene said: “Although the boys are good swimmers, used to the beach and understand the dangers of the sea, it only takes one rogue wave to drag you under.



Portreath Coastguard

“Fin told me he was being rolled over by the strong tear and he could see Ozzy struggling but he couldn’t help him. He said he felt like he was giving up but managed to reach a rock and then the guy helped bring Ozzy to a rock The boys were shocked at first but they had another slumber party last night and are currently lying in bed laughing… I’m so glad to hear them.

The two boys, who are close friends from dance lessons, had cycled to the beach around 10.30am when they decided to go for a swim. Just after noon, Charlene said she received a very upset call from Fin who was in shock after the ordeal.

“I want to make people even more aware that it only takes one nasty wave to get you carried away. Water is fun but fierce. Finley will at least get a tow float now,” Charlene added.

Portreath Surf Life Saving Club member Steve Bowens was running lifesaving lessons near the beach when he realized someone, Tom, was in trouble and immediately rushed to the scene.

He said: “I made sure the coastguard was on the way and then went to see what was going on. I saw a man wasting away deeply on the way out and another man who had been swept away quite a distance. He had stopped swimming and was standing with his head above water.



The Cornwall Coastguard have pleaded with locals and tourists to use patrolled beaches if they plan to enter the water
The Cornwall Coastguard have pleaded with locals and tourists to use patrolled beaches if they plan to enter the water

“I managed to jump into the tear in my board and when I got to him he couldn’t speak and was bright red after working hard for a while. I put him on the board and we were successful to return to earth.

“It was very brave what the men did but also very dangerous. There is a permanent tear at Portreath Beach and so lifeguards usually put out a red flag.

Lifeguards at Portreath Beach are due to start in two weeks and, Steve explained, although there are usually volunteer lifeguards patrolling the beach, there were none on duty yesterday after covering the weekend. holiday end. In response to the events, HM Coastguard Portreath issued a reminder that not all beaches are covered by lifeguards at this time of year, stressing the importance of checking the water before entering.

HM Coastguard Portreath Rescue Team said: “St Ives Lifeboat had been requested and was heading to the scene as the incident unfolded with members of our team preparing for an immediate water rescue.

“After assisting in the recovery of all casualties and verifying if medical assistance was required, we have issued safety advisories to all involved. Please contact the local lifeguard for prompt assistance as this could have had a very different outcome.

“Remember that if you go into the water please use a supervised beach as not all of them are covered at this time of year. Portreath beach should be covered by RNLI lifeguards from 14th May .

“We train regularly to perform water rescues when needed, but we are not constantly patrolling the beaches in our area.”

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]]> (NABL) – What does the market think of N-able Inc. common stock? https://eventplaner.net/nabl-what-does-the-market-think-of-n-able-inc-common-stock/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 16:02:08 +0000 https://eventplaner.net/nabl-what-does-the-market-think-of-n-able-inc-common-stock/

N-able Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:NABL) Short Percent Free Float has fallen 21.97% since its last report. The company recently announced that it has 1.51 million shares sold short, or 2.77% of all common shares available for trading. Based on its trading volume, it would take traders an average of 2.4 days to cover their short positions.

Why short interest matters

Short interest is the number of shares that have been sold short but have not yet been covered or closed. Short selling is when a trader sells shares of a company they don’t own, hoping the price will go down. Traders make money from short selling if the stock price goes down and they lose if it goes up.

Short-term interest is important to track as it can act as an indicator of market sentiment towards a particular security. An increase in short interest may signal that investors have become more bearish, while a decrease in short interest may signal that they have become more bullish.

See also: List of best-selling stocks

N-able Inc. Common Stock Short-Term Interest Chart (3 Months)

As you can see from the chart above, the percentage of shares sold short for N-able Inc. Common Stock has declined since its last report. This does not mean the stock will rise in the short term, but traders should be aware that fewer stocks are being sold short.

N-able Inc. Common Stock Short Interest Comparison with Peers

Peer comparison is a popular technique among analysts and investors to assess a company’s performance. A company’s peer is another company that has similar characteristics, such as industry, size, age, and financial structure. You can find a company’s peer group by reading its 10-K, proxy filing, or by performing your own similarity analysis.

According to Benzinga Pro, N-able Inc. Common Stock’s peer group average for short interest as a percentage of free float is 6.04%, meaning the company has less short interest than most of his peers.

Did you know that increasing short-term interest can actually be bullish for a stock? This Benzinga Money article explains how you can take advantage of it..

This article was generated by Benzinga’s automated content engine and has been reviewed by an editor.

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