Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust: is now a good time to invest? RisksThere are plenty of risks to consider, of course.One risk is the trust’s heavy focus on the technology sector. Many tech stocks trade at high valuations currently. If this sector underperforms, SMT’s share price is likely to fall.The large position in Tesla is also worth mentioning. The trust has been reducing its position in the electric vehicle maker recently, but its position is still substantial.Overall though, the long-term risk/reward proposition looks attractive, to my mind. So, I’d be looking to take advantage of near-term share price weakness and investing while the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust share price is well below its 52-week highs. The last time I covered Baillee Gifford’s flagship investment trust, Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (LSE: SMT) was on 20 June. At the time, the trust had been having a great run. It was up 30%+ year to date. However, I said that it wasn’t too late to invest.In hindsight, that was a good call. Since that article, SMT’s share price has risen another 25% or so. That’s a fantastic performance, especially when you consider that the FTSE 100 index is down nearly 10% in that time.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Is Scottish Mortgage still a good investment today though? Stock market volatility is rising, and some of the major tech stocks that Scottish Mortgage has large positions in, such as Tesla and Amazon, are losing their momentum a little bit. Tesla, for example, is down more than 20% since its September highs. Meanwhile, Amazon is down about 15% since early September. What does this mean for SMT? Scottish Mortgage’s share price has pulled backThe share price has pulled back a little in the last few weeks, as a result of the weakness we’ve seen across the technology sector. In mid-October, SMT’s share price was close to 1,100p. Today however, it’s near 1,020p.I think this pullback could be a good buying opportunity for long-term investors. Of course, there’s a chance the share price could keep falling in the near term. Due to the high level of uncertainty related to Covid-19 and the US election, share prices in the technology sector could remain volatile for a while. However, given the strong growth in the sector, I’d expect technology stocks to continue rising sooner or later. So, investing in SMT now could be a smart move, in my view.Attractive long-term prospectsLooking at the Scottish Mortgage portfolio, I believe the long-term prospects remain attractive.Not only does the trust hold plenty of well-known tech giants such as Amazon, Alphabet, and Nvidia, but it also holds lots of up-and-coming tech stars such as HelloFresh, Zalando, and Transferwise. On top of this, it has plenty of exposure to Asian technology powerhouses such as Alibaba, Tencent, and Ant Financial.Given that the world is in the midst of a technology revolution, I see plenty of potential for growth in the long run. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Tencent Edward Sheldon, CFA | Wednesday, 4th November, 2020 | More on: SMT Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Alibaba Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. 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You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here From the Orlando Regional Realtor AssociationThe Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association is pleased to announce the ORRA Young Professionals Network’s “20 Under 40” Rising Stars In Real Estate Awards recipients for 2018. These notable young REALTORS® were selected by the ORRA Awards Committee for their demonstrated excellence in career and service to both community and the real estate industry.Paul Young“Our 20 Under 40 Rising Star Awards honorees epitomize the ideals of REALTOR® devotion to their home buyer and seller clients,” says ORRA President Lou Nimkoff, Brio Real Estate Services LLC. “In addition, these individuals demonstrate incredible resilience by successfully persevering through Orlando’s challenging housing market conditions, such as today’s low inventory level. We can look forward to these individuals guiding the future of the association and the real estate profession with their leadership skills and commitment.”Among those on the list of 20 is Apopka resident Paul Young.Young is the founder and CEO of Young Real Estate LLC, a company that serves Central Florida in all aspects of residential real estate sales and real estate portfolio building. Prior to launching Young Real Estate LLC, Young was an award-winning real estate associate with numerous real estate brokerages.He also played college football at Liberty University and New Mexico State University before earning his bachelor’s degree. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. In addition to managing his real estate company, Young serves in the Army National Guard.The award recipients will be feted during the YPN “20 Under 40” Havana Nights celebration, held at Ace Café on August 15th. For more details or to get tickets for the event, go here. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here TAGS20 under 40Orlando Regional Realtors AssociationPaul YoungYoung Professionals Network Previous articleApopka Burglary ReportNext article9 Florida Farmers’ Markets you have to see Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
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Facebook Twitter SHARE By Andy Eubank – Oct 1, 2012 SHARE This summer was the hottest on record according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the forecast for October could be much of the same: hotter than usual temperatures with less than normal precipitation. A major drought has affected much of the U.S. with Texas feeling the worst impact followed by Colorado, Missouri, Florida, New Mexico, Arkansas, Indiana, and Hawaii. With the heat and dry weather, concerns over biofuel production also began to heat up.Crop estimates from the United States Agricultural Department (USDA) predict that the corn harvest will be down around 13 percent and soy production down about 12 percent from 2011. Yet as the harvest continues, the U.S. is still estimated to have the eighth largest corn crop on record and the second largest corn crop globally.Genuine Bio-Fuel believes they have a technological solution for the biofuel industry to mitigate the negative effects the drought is having on the environment. The company says that unlike other biodiesel production technologies that use water for washing fuel, their manufacturing process does not use water and therefore there is no need to dispose of contaminated water.“Our patent pending manufacturing and cleaning processes were designed with the environmental impact in mind. We believe creating green energy should not compromise the safety of our environment,” said Jeff Longo, Executive Vice President of the company.Genuine Bio-Fuel produces biodiesel from waste vegetable oil, used cooking oils and other waste feedstocks but does not use soy or other crops that have been impacted by the drought. The weather has caused higher prices for corn and soybeans and this has caused some plants across the U.S. to reduce production and or go temporarily offline. The company believes that their technology is a good solution for other biodiesel producers from both an economic standpoint and an environmental standpoint.Source: Joanna Schroeder at www.domesticfuel.com Home Energy Drought Solution for Biodiesel Industry Facebook Twitter Drought Solution for Biodiesel Industry Previous articleFFA National Convention this Month a Time to GrowNext articlePork Producers Can Take Steps to Ready for Flu Season Andy Eubank
Hub City Regional 2018.First Robotics Competition. Twitter After a rebuilding year, the George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa robotics is competing today and Saturday at the Hub City Regional Competition of the FIRST Robotics Competition in Lubbock.Richard Lindner, the New Tech robotics team mentor, said the squad is sponsored by SM Energy.Chris Caddel, regional director for West Texas of FIRST, said there are about 1,000 students competing on 41 teams today and Saturday from Mexico, Colorado, Texas and Kansas to name a few.FIRST stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.” From left, 17-year-old Jade Green and 16-year-old Hailie Shook talk about their project. Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. Facebook Slap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay OCA top 2 were ESL students Registration set for engineering camp The robots range from 50 to 60 pounds to 120 pounds. Students compete in an athletic style game and six teams at a time compete. This year has a video game theme, but Caddel said new themes are developed every year.The challenge for the Hub City Regional contest was announced in January and students have six weeks from that time to work on the robot.After that, the robot is sealed up in a plastic bag with a numbered tag on it, but they are allowed to work on a certain part of the robot that is outside of that. The 10 students on the team have named their robot Frankenlift. The robot is a little more than 5 feet tall.If all goes well, the group moves on to the world championships April 18 through April 21 in Houston.Seventeen-year-old junior Christopher Ramirez said the programming stands out; the design is good, so he is confident the group will do well.Ramirez said the team appropriated spare parts from “anywhere and everywhere.”“We figured out what worked and put them all together and made sure the design worked through and then tested it over and over and over. If it failed we tested it again,” he added.Lindner said something that’s challenging about this competition is that the robot doesn’t come out of a kit.“Every year the thing that’s the same is the driving part of the robot and the circuitry, but it’s still complex. It’s not really a kit you’d gather in your living room. The rest of it is just made out of raw materials; just aluminum and motors and wiring and they just figure it out on their own, so it really is just a real engineering challenge for the kids,” Lindner said.Sixteen-year-old junior Hailie Zundt brought 17-year-old junior Jade Green into the group. Green said you don’t have to be particularly good at math or science to be on the team.“As long as you’re pretty creative and you have good ideas and you share with the group and you’re good at building things … you could probably do it,” Green said.She added that she enjoys all the trial and error and how students get to see what works and what doesn’t and put things together that you probably wouldn’t think would go together.Ramirez said he enjoyed watching everything evolve from nothing to what the team has now. He added that the team logged about 30 hours over six weeks to put the robot together.Lindner said the team didn’t compete last year because one of their key members had gone off to MIT.At the beginning of the year, before the robotics season kicks off in January, those interested in being on the team meet once a week to see what their skills are and talk about ideas. Once the season starts, they meet every day after school, but Lindner said it doesn’t add up to that much because some of the students work and have other obligations.Lindner said the students are a “very hardworking group.”“I think it’s very challenging to do this complex of a project with such a small group,” he said.He added that they have participated in events where there were teams of 40 or 50 students sponsored by large corporations.“This is truly done 100 percent by our students and that’s what it’s supposed to be. This is truly a student-run enterprise,” Lindner said.More Information Pinterest 17-year-old Jade Green talks about their project. Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. 17-year-old Jade Green talks about their project. Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. 17-year-old Christopher Ramirez talk about the project. Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. Twitter Local NewsEducation NTO robotics team competing this weekend 1 of 5 Pinterest Facebook By admin – March 8, 2018 WhatsApp Home Local News Education NTO robotics team competing this weekend Previous articleSuspect charged with two robberiesNext articleHIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD: West Texas Relays set to go admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Noel earns award Team mentor Richard Lindner talks about his students. Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. WhatsApp Robotics students at George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa are in a robotics competition today and Saturday. The robotics team was testing out the upper portion of their robot.
Skills.trainer and assessor Emma Reynolds, 25, was voted runner-up in theYoung Woman Engineer of the Year 2002 competition run by the Institution ofIncorporated Engineers. A former aircraft engineering apprentice, she works for Exchanging, thepersonnel and training arm of BAE Systems at Warton, Lancashire. “Training is totally rewarding and I really enjoy it” saysReynolds, who is working towards an EAL assessor qualification, while studyingfor a degree in design and manufacturing. “The way I see it is that I’mengineering new engineers, helping them to move forward.” Reynolds is the only female member of the team which manages apprenticetraining at the centre approved by EMTA Awards Ltd (EAL) to deliver engineeringNVQs. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Assessor is praised as engineerOn 1 Jan 2003 in Personnel Today
February 2, 2021 /Sports News – National Olympian Shawn Johnson tests positive for COVID-19 during pregnancy FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPaul Archuleta/Getty ImagesBy KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Olympic gold medal gymnast Shawn Johnson, who recently announced she is pregnant with her second child, revealed Sunday that she has tested positive for COVID-19.Johnson, also mom to 15-month-old daughter, Drew Hazel, shared in a note posted on her Instagram stories that she had tested positive, admitting the diagnosis made her “nervous.”Explaining more about why the positive result made her nervous, Johnson wrote on Instagram, “1: I don’t want to get my family sick. 2: I have asthma and have had it my entire life so this scares me a little extra. 3: had a very close family member fight for his life last month while battling Covid so it’s a serious topic of concern/hits home in our household.”Johnson also wrote that her body is “just exhausted” after also spending the past two weeks caring for Drew as she battled RSV, a respiratory virus.“So far, I have a cough, terrible sore throat and headache. Fatigue for sure but… that’s pregnancy haha,” Johnson wrote about her own symptoms.Johnson and her husband, Andrew East, just announced their pregnancy last month.In the announcement video shared on the couple’s YouTube page, East recalled how he tested positive for COVID-19 just days after finding out Johnson was pregnant.“We were in this time of celebration and we wanted to tell her parents and our friends, but then I ended up having to self-isolate,” he said, calling it “not the ideal situation.”In announcing her own COVID-19 diagnosis, Johnson said she too is isolating and shared a message for other people, telling them to “wash your hands.”“Not looking for any kind of pitty [sic] party. Just a reminder to take care of yourself. Drink an extra water tonight and wash your hands,” she wrote.Even now, nearly one year into the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., many questions remain about how pregnant people are impacted by COVID-19.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has shared data showing that pregnant people infected with COVID-19 are at an increased risk for “intensive care unit admission, invasive ventilation, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and death,” compared to nonpregnant people.Health experts say pregnant people need to continue to remain on high alert when it comes to COVID-19 by following safety protocols, including face mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by
View post tag: Naval View post tag: USS America NASSCO Awarded Further USS America Works View post tag: americas Share this article View post tag: NASSCO General Dynamics, NASSCO received a $31,7 million modification to previously awarded contract for USS America (LHA 6) fiscal 2015 post-shakedown availability. During a post-shakedown availability, NASSCO will repair or improve the design of the ship in preparation for final contractor trials.Work will be performed in San Diego, California, and is expected to be completed by November 2015.Fiscal 2015 shipbuilding and conversion (Navy); fiscal 2015 other procurement (Navy) and fiscal 2015 operations and maintenance (Navy) contract funds in the amount of $31,773,194 will be obligated at time of award. Funds in the amount of $9,553,086 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.The Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, San Diego, California, is the contracting activity.[mappress mapid=”15768″]Image: US Navy Authorities View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic April 24, 2015 Back to overview,Home naval-today NASSCO Awarded Further USS America Works
Back to overview,Home naval-today Chilean Navy Orions to feature Rockwell Collins’ avionics system View post tag: ImP Chilean Navy Orions to feature Rockwell Collins’ avionics system Authorities November 30, 2016 View post tag: Chilean Navy View post tag: Rockwell Collins IMP Aerospace was recently awarded a contract for the service life extension, depot maintenance and avionics upgrade of the Chilean Navy’s P-3 Orion maritime patrol aircraft.Rockwell Collins has now announced that IMP selected its Flight2 integrated avionics system for the cockpit modernization.“Chilean Navy pilots will experience greater situational awareness and communications capabilities with the highly advanced avionics on board these aircraft,” said Alan Prowse, Rockwell Collins vice president and managing director.The Flight2 integrated avionics suite of communications, navigation and surveillance equipment integrates new-generation avionics with legacy sensors, radios, autopilot and aircraft systems. According to the company, the system is currently flying on more than 900 fixed-wing aircraft.The ACH P-3 Orion aircraft play a critical role in detecting submarine threats, search and rescue, littoral/overland surveillance and economic zone and shipping lane protection.The mid-life upgrade modification on two ACH P-3A aircraft will include installation of a “glass cockpit” and upgraded engines in addition to a phased depot maintenance inspection. The work will be completed within IMP’s Halifax, Nova Scotia facilities and will be preceded by work on the avionics installation design, avionics kit procurement and aircraft nacelle refurbishment, IMP said in October. View post tag: Orion P-3 Share this article