Flatbed Demand and Capacity

Flatbed Demand and Capacity

The DAT load board is trucking’s super-database for freight and truckload capacity. MLA demands action against Bharat Gas for causing extensive damage The global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower market is valued at US$ xx million in 2020 is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2021-2026. Access more details about this report at: https://www.themarketreports.com/report/global-synchronous-wind-turbine-tower-market-research-report (This is our latest offering and this report also analyzes the impact … Bots and talk of bots is endemic within the crypto space, with behavior, good and bad, often attributed to their actions. Mt Gox famously had the Willy Source link

Hot Market Maps and Hot State Maps (above) in DAT RateView depict geographic trends in the load-to-truck ratio.

Check the DAT Freight Talk blog for regular updates on market conditions, regulations and industry trends.

The chart above depicts the national average load-to-truck ratio for flatbeds from 2018 to the present.

About the Load-to-Truck Ratio

Load-to-truck ratios represent the number of loads posted for every truck posted on DAT Load Boards. The load-to-truck ratio is a sensitive, real-time indicator of the balance between spot market demand and capacity. Changes in the ratio often signal impending changes in rates. Learn more about load-to-truck ratios here.

Percent Change: +2.3%

Fuel Price: $2.62 /gallon

Trendlines last updated: 1/3/2021 12:00:00 AM

Next update: 1/4/2021 12:00:00 AM

Source: www.dat.com

Author: DAT Solutions

Water pipeline burst leads to heavy spillage at Retibowli

Water pipeline burst leads to heavy spillage at Retibowli

HYDERABAD: A major water pipeline burst near pillar no. 53 of PVNR Expressway near Retibowli Saturday afternoon led to heavy water spillage and traffic snarl. The incident occurred when Bhagyanagar Gas launched digging operations for laying gas pipelines.

Reportedly, digging works began without taking note of the water pipeline that was exactly at the same spot. Almost immediately, gallons of water gushed out and flooded the busy Mehdipatnam-Attapur road.

On being alerted by police personnel an emergency team of Hyderabad Metro Water Supply & Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) rushed to the spot and started repair works. Police regulated the traffic flow and restored normalcy in a short while. Water supply was stopped in the area to facilitate the repair works.

Nampally Legislator Jafar Hussain Meraj spoke to the Managing Director HMWS&SB, Dana Kishore, about restoration works. He asked him to lodge a criminal complaint against Bhagyanagar Gas Company for damaging the pipeline besides demanding damages. He said, “Water supply will be resumed as soon as the repair works are completed.”

Source: www.deccanchronicle.com

Company Profiles and Key Figures of Global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower Market Reviewed in Latest 2020 Research Report

Company Profiles and Key Figures of Global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower Market Reviewed in Latest 2020 Research Report

The global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower market is valued at US$ xx million in 2020 is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2021-2026.

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(This is our latest offering and this report also analyzes the impact of COVID-19 on Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower market and updated by the current situation, especially the forecast)

Global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower Market: Drivers and Restrains:

The research report has incorporated the analysis of different factors that augment the market’s growth. It constitutes trends, restraints, and drivers that transform the market in either a positive or negative manner. This section also provides the scope of different segments and applications that can potentially influence the market in the future. The detailed information is based on current trends and historic milestones. This section also provides an analysis of the volume of production about the global market and also about each type from 2015 to 2026. This section mentions the volume of production by region from 2015 to 2026. Pricing analysis is included in the report according to each type from the year 2015 to 2026, manufacturer from 2015 to 2020, region from 2015 to 2020, and global price from 2015 to 2026.

A thorough evaluation of the restrains included in the report portrays the contrast to drivers and gives room for strategic planning. Factors that overshadow the market growth are pivotal as they can be understood to devise different bends for getting hold of the lucrative opportunities that are present in the ever-growing market. Additionally, insights into market expert’s opinions have been taken to understand the market better.

The major players in the market include Valmont, Speco, Titan Wind Energy, Shanghai Taisheng, China WindPower Group Limited, Dajin Heavy Industry, Tianneng Electric Power, Harbin Red Boiler Group, Valmont SM, Broadwind Energy, Marmen, CS Wind, DONGKUK S&C, KGW, NAVACEL, Broadwind, etc.

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Global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower Market: Regional Analysis

The report offers in-depth assessment of the growth and other aspects of the Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower market in important regions, including the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Brazil, etc. Key regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America.

The report has been curated after observing and studying various factors that determine regional growth such as economic, environmental, social, technological, and political status of the particular region. Analysts have studied the data of revenue, production, and manufacturers of each region. This section analyses region-wise revenue and volume for the forecast period of 2015 to 2026. These analyses will help the reader to understand the potential worth of investment in a particular region.

Global Synchronous Wind Turbine Tower Market: Competitive Landscape

This section of the report identifies various key manufacturers of the market. It helps the reader understand the strategies and collaborations that players are focusing on combat competition in the market. The comprehensive report provides a significant microscopic look at the market. The reader can identify the footprints of the manufacturers by knowing about the global revenue of manufacturers, the global price of manufacturers, and production by manufacturers during the forecast period of 2015 to 2019.

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Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work? | Technology Bitcoin News

Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work? | Technology Bitcoin News

Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work?

Bots and talk of bots is endemic within the crypto space, with behavior, good and bad, often attributed to their actions. Mt Gox famously had the Willy Bot manipulating merrily, perennial bear Bitfinexed sees bots everywhere, and crypto traders are prone to boasting about the sick returns they’ve raked in from their proprietary arb bots. There’s no doubt that bot activity is very real. But is it profitable?

Also read: Five Reasons Why Bitcoin Cash is About to Win Big

Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work?In the 1950s, robots were promised that would soon eliminate the daily chores of housewives across the globe. 60 years later, and their cyber counterparts – bots – are promised that will do the same for crypto traders. If the hype is to be believed, these bundles of code can deliver a passive income for even the laziest or dumbest of traders. But as almost everyone knows, the hype is never to be believed. Profiting from bots isn’t that simple or easy.

There are several types of trading bots available including arbitrage (arb) bots that capitalize on the difference in prices across exchanges. The price of bitcoin usually differs from exchange to exchange; Bitstamp, for example, typically displays a slightly lower price than Bittrex. The movements of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is always mirrored across exchanges, however, so if BTC breaks out due to a massive buy order on Binance, you can bet that the other exchanges will follow suit. Bots work by profiting from the delay it takes for prices to update across all exchanges.

To make any sort of tangible profit from bot trading, you ideally need a stack of crypto to start with. If you’re running a bitcoin arb bot, for example, you’ll need BTC deposited on multiple exchanges that are connected to your bot via API. And even if you do have a healthy spread of coins, the returns can be slight. Romano – Viacoin developer and well-known crypto trader – claims the Hass bot he uses can make “0.26 BTC ($2K) a day by using 9 BTC for example just by using market inefficiencies” before adding that he doesn’t use the market maker bot that comes with Hass and cautioning that it’s “only for skilled traders”.

Arb trading can be likened to playing online poker. If you’re good at setting up your bots, you can make a living off it, but you’ve got to grind it out. Crypto trading bots are reminiscent of those money-making Forex programs that you find “veteran traders” trying to flog. If those Forex guys are as rich and successful as they profess to be, wouldn’t they be better served keeping that esoteric knowledge to themselves rather than offloading it to the masses for $100 a month? In other words, beware of geeks bearing bots.

Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work?A slew of tokenized projects has emerged that promise “algorithmically-based smarter trading delivered via AI and machine learning” or words to that effect. These systems also utilize bots, but their claims of profitability have yet to be proven. If one of these new platforms were to deliver the goods and provide consistently high returns, crypto traders would flock to it, which simply hasn’t happened.

There is no doubt that machine learning has the potential to yield more profitable trading, but there is also no doubt that a lot of the claims attributed to AI should be filed under As If.

These are the most popular crypto bots on the market (and should only be tried at your own risk):

  • Gunbot links to eight exchanges including Bittrex, Binance, and Kraken and comes bearing eight trading strategies. Packages range from .002 BTC to 0.15 BTC for Gunbot Ultimate, which includes lifetime updates and premium support.
  • Haasbot allows for automated trading across all major bitcoin exchanges, with monthly subscriptions starting from .073 BTC
  • Profit Trailer allows you to average down on coins you buy into using bots, although there’s no guarantee that doing so will lead to eventual profit. It starts at $35 p/m
  • Cryptohopper is a cloud-based trading bot that starts from $19 per month
  • Gekko is free and open source but you need to tell it what to do and thus it’s only as smart as you are
  • Cryptotrader also needs to be programmed and starts from .0048 BTC for a Pro account (Basic is cheaper but too basic)
  • Others, such as BTC Robot, are so spammy and scammy that we’re not even going to provide a link. For traders seeking a passive income or “easy money” there really is none to be had. The reality is that bots are trading tools rather than workhorses that will set up and execute winning trades on your behalf. In using bots, you also leave yourself open to the possibility of scammy developers or flash crashes, either of which can liquidate your crypto. As one redditor put it:

    To see returns you have to be comfortably profitable already and be familiar with different strategies. The conditions for profitability are moving targets so bot trading isn’t really a ‘set it and forget it’ type of operation.

    It is safe to say that the best bots are the ones you never hear about and will never be offered. Because if everyone was using these bots, the trading edge they bestow would be eliminated due to arbing and other opportunities being eliminated. If you’re interested in putting a trading bot to the test, by all means give it a try with some spare satoshis or shitcoins. Be sceptical though of anyone touting a bot delivering guaranteed returns, and be especially sceptical of the profits crypto traders claim to have made with their aid.

    Do Crypto Trading Bots Really Work?

    At least the creator of the open source Zenbot is honest enough to concede it “is having trouble reliably making profit. At this point, I would recommend against trading with large amounts until some of these issues can be worked out”.

    Even if you can find a system that delivers modest returns, you may wish to ask yourself this: What would you rather have – a bot that can turn 5 BTC into 5.1 BTC every week or the freedom of having 5 BTC free to invest in a simple day trading strategy? Bots can do a lot, but as it stands, they can’t factor in fundamental analysis, breaking news, insider knowledge and the myriad other factors that make markets move.

    1950s housewives (and house husbands) are still waiting on those domestic chore-performing robots to materialize. And similarly, we’ve still got some way to go before bots render human traders obsolete. If you want a job done profitably, do it yourself.

    Have you had any success with crypto trading bots? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Source: news.bitcoin.com

    Author: Technology

    Kai Sedgwick

    Divergences System – Trading Strategies – 4 January 2021 – CRYPTO CRYPTO NEWS

    Divergences System – Trading Strategies – 4 January 2021 – CRYPTO CRYPTO NEWS

    Divergence Trading System

    I want to propose to you a trading system that I have used practically my entire life as a trader. It is not a system that I have invented, this has been used for a long time in trading (speculation),

    although I am going to give my personal vision to this strategy that has been denied and supported by many traders in equal parts.

    This is only a small informative guide, I hope it serves to arouse interest in whoever reads it, and that from that starting point they can form a formal and well-defined strategy, which is the key to a successful trading.

    First of all, what is it and why is there a divergence?

    In any financial market, there are imbalances between the price of an asset and the value it really has. This is called inefficiencies.

    If the value is relatively well adjusted to the price of the asset, we will say that the asset is in an efficient market.

    When you analyze a market by means of indicators, you are actually analyzing the price, not the value. Determining the value of an asset is somewhat complicated, and in my personal opinion, that is not the role of a speculator.

    A trader is not interested in the value that resides   in assets, you are interested in exploiting market inefficiencies and speculating on them.

    Divergences in an indicator generally exploit these inefficiencies and allow us to foresee when the market may change its course.

    That is, to know when the market is going to move in one direction to enter an equilibrium between price and value.

    But when does a divergence occur?   They occur when prices mark highs or lows in a defined direction, while   the indicator   It presents them in the opposite direction to what we see in prices.

    A divergence does not necessarily indicate that the price is going to turn in another direction. As we well know, an indicator gives us market information, it is not something that works 100% of the time.

    A divergence gives us information: the current market movement is losing steam.

    It is in our hands as speculators to determine if the signal that an indicator gives us is reliable, or based on our experience, it is a false signal.

    The power of most of the indicators that are used is that we are not the only ones using it. For example, many traders use the 200-period moving average as an indicator to chart support and resistance;

    Not that the moving average is a magic indicator, its power lies in the fact that many people use it as a reference.

    In the case of divergences, one of the most used indicators is the MACD. Note that the name of this indicator is neither more nor less than MOVING AVERAGE CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE.

    Therefore, it is a question of looking for a negative difference between the value marked by the indicator and the price of an asset. Let’s see an example:

    In this weekly chart of the EURUSD you can see that the MACD indicator makes a decline, while the price has made a new high.

    There is therefore a divergence between the price and what the indicator is marking. And indeed you can see how the price subsequently initiates a correction or a trend change.

    Now let’s take an example a little more difficult to locate, in this case of GBPUSD the indicator remains flat, but it can be seen that there is no direct correlation between the price and what the MACD indicator marks.

    And that after this there is a change of direction in the price of the chart.

    It seems like a fairly easy concept to assimilate, although you may still think that there are cases in which it is not fulfilled. True, as I said before, indicators are not all-purpose tools.

    But let’s refine this strategy a bit more. For the strategy to be really effective, we must look for one more condition:

    The MACD level crosses the zero line before the divergence occurs.

    Let’s look at an example of this again:

    A true divergence can be seen on this USDCAD chart on H1. As we have seen before, negative correlation between the price and the MACD indicator, with a cross through the zero level of the indicator.

    And again we see the same thing on the H1 chart of the EURUSD.

    In my personal experience I have noticed that the most important divergences occur between the highest temporalities, that is why I never use them with temporalities less than H1.

    And the last step to understanding this strategy is based on noticing one last detail:

    Divergences occur at the peaks, highs and lows of the price. Divergences occur continuously, but the ones that are of interest for this strategy are the ones we have named: price peaks.

    And, how to know if we are in a price peak? Very simply, if you draw a line between the points and that line crosses price bars, that is not a divergence.

    Let’s look at the H1 chart of the EURUSD again. In this specific case, we see that the line drawn between the two points of the MACD cuts price bars. This is not a divergence, in addition, it does not cross the zero line of the indicator.

    I propose an exercise, locate divergences in different time frames, that meet all the named requirements: negative correlation (divergence) between the price and the indicator, peaks of highs and lows, and crossing the zero level.

    See below if there is indeed a correction or a change in trend. And if you think there is a high success rate, you have learned a new strategy that you can develop to your liking and improve over time.

    Success in trading comes with experience and practice, with improving a strategy and staying with it, even if it fails.   

    Source: cryptocryptonews.com

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