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Chit Chat / Re: Financial news and stock markets.
« Last post by scarface on Today at 09:20 AM »
If I have time tonight, I will talk about the stock market. As expected, the financial markets are correcting their past excesses (at least in Europe). I sold 10% of my current position (the winning position). I expect the us market to do the same thing sometime.

This week end, Ill probably hold a conference since I'll probably go to the city of sciences and industry. Im sure little usmangujjar or vasudev are eager to see some photos of the famous Geode sphere.
Well, I have to go back to work, otherwise some people around me are going to wonder if Im talking to the Pope. To put it bluntly, I think this interview with the users of the forum will have been more important than a meeting with the President of the Republic, with the benefit of hindsight.
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Chit Chat / Re: New topic Photos
« Last post by scarface on Today at 08:55 AM »
Next week, I will hold a conference to tell you how to update your phone to Android Nougat.
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Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 7 Support
« Last post by shhnedo on Today at 04:03 AM »
Here, peeps: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByUSoeeWTvrST0JId2ZDZ3RwSWs
Windows 7 Professional VL SP1 x64 N updated till January 2017. Made it myself using simplix pack. The iso is about 3.7-3.8GB in size, it can be easily made into e UEFI-CSM bootable media using WinSetupFromUSB. It works flawlessly, it CAN run windows updates, though I don't recommend it much(too much spycrap).
I only made an x64 image because it really doesn't consume that much resources compared to x86 - about 200-300MB of ram more, which is insignifficant. I'm running this on my old-*** Pentium 4 531 with 2GB of ram and if it weren't for my 10-year-old HDD, it'd be running smooth as butter.
Use Microsoft Toolkit 2.6.2 to activate.
If you'd like the media features back, please - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=16546 .
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Chit Chat / Re: New topic Photos
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 05:20 PM »
Tonight I'm going to give you a brief overview of the battle of Mosul.

And here is a little video made by Amaq, the agency news of Isis, about the battle of Mosul. It's difficult to know who the winner will be in Mosul, but according to the mainstream media, the Islamic State is in trouble. Its soldiers seem to be fighting fiercely, maybe the caliph is still in town.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CM3muZ-TIc

According to US intelligence officials, some 2,000 IS fighters remain entrenched in Mosul. Their number was estimated between 5,000 and 7,000 before the start of the offensive launched on the town on October 17.
As the battle promises to be one of the deadliest in the anti-Isis war, the United Nations and associations are worried about the nearly 750,000 inhabitants of the western part of the town, of whom half are children. Their living conditions are increasingly precarious in this area now cut off from the outside and deprived of supplies.
According to medical sources and residents speaking from the west of Mosul, on condition of anonymity, the weakest begin to die of malnutrition and lack of medicines.
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Chit Chat / Re: New topic Photos
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 03:56 PM »
Tonight, new photos are available on the forum.

View on the Saint Augustin Church and the area of la Défense


View over Paris from the roofs of the Galleries Lafayette on the Haussmann boulevard



And for those who want to take a tour with me in my car (those videos were already in this topic)...
On the ringroad towards porte de St cloud: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4NsBhRUPihXbVFaMUNTSzllM0U
On the champs Elysées: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4NsBhRUPihXSHpnaWR6anZUVWs




the wisest of us all...
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Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 10 Support
« Last post by Yoda on Yesterday at 06:09 AM »
What mobo did you put that in?
MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition
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Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 10 Support
« Last post by humbert on February 22, 2017, 11:11 PM »
Now that we're discussing CPU's, check out this awesome link. Benchmarks on AMD's new Ryzen against Intel's best are impressive. Power consumption is much less. Of course the price is right!

If AMD can pull this off it'll give Intel something to worry about. If Ryzen they're probably out of the CPU business and Intel is left with virtually no serious competition. I suppose time will tell. Let's wish them luck.
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Chit Chat / Re: Financial news and stock markets.
« Last post by scarface on February 22, 2017, 04:48 PM »
Tonight, I’m going to talk about the financial markets.

Lately, the European stock markets kept going up, while the dow jones eked out a slight gain to log its best record-setting streak in three decades, but the broader equity benchmarks struggled as Federal Reserve minutes implied that the central bank is comfortable with raising interest rates “fairly soon” (S&p 500 is down 0.11%).
I keep advising you to be extremely cautious (and eventually sell your stocks) since the current level is becoming abnormal (the price earning of the S&p500 is standing at 27, while the historic average is 16).

I found a video where a Canadian explains that the ‘markets know there will be an explosion’ sooner or later: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLUU8jqAuPM
For instance, the rates of the German treasury bills (10y maturity) are in a bullish channel, which means that fewer and fewer investors want to buy German treasury bills (and this is a worldwide phenomenon, French bond rates are also increasing). Although negative rates were an anomaly, a steep rise in bond rates could trigger a huge correction in stock markets.

Note that this is only true for long-term bonds. Indeed, Investors bought short-dated German debt and forced yields down to a record low on Wednesday as concerns over the future of the euro rippled through European markets. Germany’s two-year Schatz yield, which moves inversely to prices, fell to minus 0.92 per cent, its lowest level on record, in a sign of unease about the outcome of France’s presidential election in April. Investors are buying German paper in an effort to hedge against the prospect of victory for Marine Le Pen, the anti-establishment candidate, who has vowed to remove France from the euro.

Besides, gold price is once again in a bullish channel too, which means that investors are looking for assets to cover their other positions that could be at risk.














Kylie Minogue - The One (freemasons remix)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyHZj-yYRVc


Note:
if you have not tested Zion++ Fuchsia yet: http://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=1278.msg10325#msg10325
I'd want to modify qbitorrent too and make an optimized version in the weeks to come (utorrent has become pretty slow and is not a good alternative any more with its ads - thread known as "webhelper" which is bugging the main executable sometimes)
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Chit Chat / Re: good movies
« Last post by scarface on February 22, 2017, 04:43 PM »
Tonight, I uploaded a new Spanish movie, released in 2016 and titled "Toro" for the users of the forum.
In Spanish with English subtitles.

Link: https://mega.nz/#!UUdgyARL!LLi4loeGTghcP46HRwpqNtaPpu8lQaAYOdezJh86PQs


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Chit Chat / Re: New topic Photos
« Last post by scarface on February 22, 2017, 04:42 PM »
Tonight, I'm going to give you a quick insight of the latest news concerning the Islamic State.

Abu zakaria al Britani died lately in a suicide attack. He was previously sent in Guantanamo in 2002.
Al-Harith gave testimony before a Council of Europe panel in 2004, as part of an inquiry into human rights abuses at Gauntanamo Bay
Here we can see him in Paris, during his hearings before the council of Europe in 2004.

BBC report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkZiRswZbZk

And here is the first statement of Abu Ibrahim al Faransi, originally from Toulouse. He was captured by the Peshmerga:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgyODfZwyhw
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