It’s not the ten gallon hat. It’s not the Texas-sized smile. It’s not even the unmistakable swagger that comes with being one of the world’s most successful poker players. No, you don’t even need to lay eyes on him to know he’s there.
It’s Doyle Brunson, and he’s just walked past the velvet ropes into the high rollers’ lounge. Oh, if you could only play this guy’s hands right alongside him. Fold when he folds and roll when he rolls. Heck, you don’t need to see every hand – you just need to know when he’s going in big. If only.
With block trades, you can spot these moments exactly when they occur, effectively knowing when the Doyle Brunsons of your market - the institutional traders - are going in. Spot them and make your move for profits.
Turkish Airlines Flight 1951. A horrific crash that took place during landing at Amsterdam Schiphol airport in 2009. The plane missed the runway and broke into three pieces, resulting in the death of nine passengers and crew – including all three pilots. The cause: a faulty altimeter.
Active traders qualifying for trader tax status (TTS) maximize these deductions in the following ways:
1. Home-office (HO) deductions
2. Additions and improvements to office
3. Tangible property expensing
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Times were very different a hundred years ago. If one had the inclination and the intelligence, it was possible to attend and graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University at the same time.
This is what Alan Hall Andrews did. He received his education in what was “high tech” back then, aeronautical engineering.
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