(Another one of my favorites is Atlas Corp., where my younger daughter works. For one hour today, 11 a.m. to 12 noon EST, your donation will be matched 100%.)
"Americans Are Living Better Than They Have At Any Point in Human History." Read about what Hans Riegel, Helen Greiner, John Mauchly and John Eckert, Chuck Hall, Hiram Moore, Percy Spencer, Vladimir Zworykin, Frederick McKinley Jones, Philippe de Girard, Arthur Fry, and Stephanie Kwolek have done for us.
I don't know if this guy is right, or if he is right how common these situations are, but I found it interesting.
But what you might not know is that there does NOT actually have to be a trade at your stop price in order to trigger the market order. Only a QUOTE needs to be shown at your stop price in order to trigger your market order.
Read the question.
Think for, oh, five seconds.
Then answer it. You should get it right.
But if you don't, you are, apparently, no worse than "more than 50% of Harvard students".
In the past, 20% made it through finance.
In the future, I'd look for that to decrease.
Summary of a recent book, The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas, by David Burkus. Sample myth:
The Breed Myth
This is the thinking that some people are naturally more creative, whether because of their personality or genetics. Scientific studies do not support this. Anyone can be creative if taught good techniques for surfacing ideas.