Fidelity Learning Center: Options Strategy Guide
The Options Strategy Guide is an educational tool that can help you learn about a variety of options strategies. The guide includes explanations of each strategy, max profit, max risk, profit/loss diagrams, and much more. You can filter by outlook, profit, and risk; making it easier to find the strategy or strategies you're interested in. Options are one of the more versatile investment choices available. Options may not be appropriate for all investors, with more versatility comes additional risk.
finance  options  investing  stockmarket  stock  trading-strategies 
august 2018
3 Reasons Buy And Hold Stock Investing Is The Single Best Way To Build Wealth
When it comes to wealth building over time nothing compares to stocks. Since 1871 the market has generated 9.2% annualized total returns which would have turned $1 into $389,591. Adjusting for inflation the stock market has historically returned 7% CAGR total returns turning resulting in a 19,756 fold increase in your wealth over the past 146 years.
stocks  stockmarket  finance  investing  investments  history 
august 2018
Bootable CD + retro game in a tweet
A few years ago, I crafted a bootable floppy disk and a retro game which fit in a tweet. Since then, Twitter doubled the length of tweets, so I decided to handcraft a bootable CD. The bootable disk runs a slightly improved version of tron.
awesome  game  games  programming  twitter 
august 2018
Most Remote Spots in USA Wilderness Complexes
18.76 miles. You can drive this distance in 15 minutes on a freeway. But it is also the furthest away you can get in the "Lower 48" US states from roads, machines, and motors. The Wilderness Act of 1964 sets aside areas of federal land, mostly in the mountains, where nature reigns supreme and no powered travel is permitted. The largest of these areas are the best places to "get away from it all" and experience a pre-civilization world.

The table below lists the 50 or so largest chunks of wilderness in the contiguous United States, together with the most remote central point for each one. These points are the most isolated, wild, and hard-to-reach in the USA without venturing to Alaska.

To make this list, all the officially designated wilderness in the USA—federal , quasi-federal, state, and tribal—was grouped into large contiguous “complexes” of wild land. Then, the largest possible inscribed circle was calculated for each area, and the center of this circle is then the most remote spot for each wilderness complex. The radius in miles shows how large a circle can be fit into each area, and how remote each point is.

Clicking on the name of each wilderness complex will show a map of the complex boundaries, the inscribed circle of pure wilderness, and the most remote spot. For more information about the methodology for this project and notes about the results, scroll to below the table.
nature  hiking  remote  wilderness 
july 2018
Maximilian Hoffmann | Configuring Sublime Text 3
If you use zsh and nvm like I do, you’ll also have to add your current node version to your PATH in a .zshenv file, e.g. export PATH=$PATH:/Users/max/.nvm/v0.10.26/bin. Otherwise SublimeLinter won’t find jshint. There also is a path setting for different operating systems in the new SublimeLinter.sublime-settings file, but adding the path there didn’t work for me.
node  coding  tools  productivity  linting 
july 2018
Where Is Barack Obama?
Barack Obama was six months into his post–White House life when Donald Trump found a new way to grab his attention. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  reading  longreads  politics  obama 
june 2018
GitHub - llSourcell/learn_math_fast: This is the Curriculum for "How to Learn Mathematics Fast" By Siraj Raval on Youtube
A curated list of awesome mathematics resources. This is resource mentioned in this video on Youtube by Siraj Raval. The credits for this curriculum go to rossant. I've merely wrapped it, adding in my own resources. via Pocket
reading  longreads  math  learning 
june 2018
Looking for Life on a Flat Earth | The New Yorker
On the last Sunday afternoon in March, Mike Hughes, a sixty-two-year-old limousine driver from Apple Valley, California, successfully launched himself above the Mojave Desert in a homemade steam-powered rocket. He’d been trying for years, in one way or another. via Pocket
reading  longreads  weird 
june 2018
David Simon | Tony
I was still on the sofa at four in the afternoon, still half-dressed, when I decided that my life could not be complete if I did not somehow become friends with Anthony Bourdain. My son, then a young teenager, also in his underwear, was as inert and transfixed as I was. via Pocket
longreads  letters  friends 
june 2018
Redfin, Zillow, and Opendoor can’t disrupt real estate agents and may not want to.
This article is part of Update or Die, a series from Future Tense about how businesses and other organizations keep up with technological change—and the cost of falling behind. via Pocket
real-estate  tech  disruption 
june 2018
How a Hacker Proved Cops Used a Secret Government Phone Tracker to Find Him - POLITICO Magazine
On a warm summer’s day in 2008, police spotted a man walking outside his apartment in Santa Clara, California, one of the many bedroom communities spread across Silicon Valley. via Pocket
hacking  tracking  privacy  cellphones 
june 2018
C++ for JavaScript developers |
At the end of 2017 I committed myself to learning a new programming language as one of my resolutions for 2018. I’ve spent the last few months jumping between client projects written mainly in JavaScript and learning C++ in my own time. via Pocket
programming  languages  learning  to-do 
june 2018
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