Two months ago, I talked Boeing’s suppliers suffering through the 737Max debacle as well,
Boeing’s Halo Effect
However, a derivative impact to the Boeing accidents will be to the Boeing suppliers.It takes more than 400 suppliers and more than 2 million parts to fabricate a Boeing 737 Max plane. If Boeing’s 737 Max 8 orders are revised downward, expect their suppliers to be adversely affected as well.
Spirit AeroSystems (SPR) is the largest supplier of aerostructures to Boeing and manufacturing aerostructures for every Boeing commercial aircraft currently in production, including the fuselages for the Boeing 737 Max 8. If Boeing has
Sometimes the best thing to do for perspective and clarity is to take a 10,000 foot view. That is exactly what we are going to do now by looking at the daily chart of total cryptocurrency market capitalization.
If you are not sure what market cap is – it is actually rather easy. It is simply to total value of all cryptocurrency assets that are tracked.
So of the coins represent a large majority of the market cap, such as Bitcoin, while others are little blips on the map, similar to what a penny stock would be on stock market.
Deere & Company manufactures and distributes various equipment worldwide agriculture equipment such as utility tractors; tractor loaders; combines, cotton pickers, cotton strippers, and sugarcane harvesters; harvesting front-end equipment; sugarcane loaders and pull-behind scrapers; and tillage, seeding, and application equipment.
A couple of days ago, I talked about the collapse in soybean prices and supply exceeding demand now and in the coming months.
All Eyes This Weekend On…..Soybean Prices – Part 3
China’s announcement Monday of higher tariffs on $60 billion of American exports puts another dagger in the heart of American farmers as China is their biggest consumer and source of revenue.
May 17, 2019(updated May 17, 2019) Published by toofasteddie
Despite, as I wrote 2 days ago, @drugwars is doing really a very good work on attracting new players and possibly new STEEM users as well, after the last upgrade of the gamem on which transactions are not running anymore on the STEEM blockchain I am afraid that the game cannot be called anymore, if ever was, a DApp AKA “Decentralized Application”
According to Wikipedia: “A decentralized application (Dapp, dApp or DApp) is an application that is run by many users on a decentralized network with trustless protocols. They are designed to avoid any single point of failure. They typically have tokens to reward users for providing computing power.”
It is true that you still can interact minimally with the steem blockchain since you can share your battle in the internal forum which is connected somehow with STEEM and so eventually, get an upvote from @drugwars account from time to time but… this is really very far from what I understand would be the definition of a DApp itself since it is not running on a blockchain…or, at least, it is not running on the STEEM blockchain anymore, it is not clear to me if any layer of the game programm is really depending on a supposed FUTURE Token built on the OByte Blockchain but I guess… no?
However, State of DApps is still ranking DRUGWARS as the first one which in my opinion is a mistake…
I don’t know what is the criteria for being listed inside this ranking but it should be there also the possibility of “Delisting” a supposed DApp that is not anymore as so…
If someone “serious” and informed would come to the “State of the DApps” and find in a first place of the ranking something that seems not a true Decentralized App, probably he or they would not trust anymore on the information provided…and that, would be again a very bad message for the possible audience…
An interesting little phenomenon has happened over the years. It is one that has benefited me well and I have seen benefit others.
The Networking Effect
Yes, I know. Networking is nothing new, but it’s pretty cool when you see it paying dividends without even realizing it.
Over the years I have been investing in real estate I have also talked to people about real estate. I have gone to meetups and real estate investor associations (REIA), shared my knowledge and what I do along with learning from other that have different experiences than me.
Here’s the thing – I went from someone that
Editor’s Note: This article discusses the history of the
land on which Liberland has been founded, as well as how it would be in
the best interest of the regional powers for Liberland to be recognized
as a sovereign state.
When a country does not claim an area of land, it falls under the
international legal principle of terra nullius. This legal concept’s
Latin name roughly translates to “no man’s land”. While ‘no man’s land’
as a concept has existed forever, the legal term was coined in times
past when countries were laying claims to Antarctica and Australia. To
be classified as terra nullius, a plot of land must either have never
been claimed by a sovereign nation or have been formally given up by a
nation whom previously claimed it. As Antarctica currently has treaties
that bar countries from claiming it, many assume that the last true
example of terra nullius has been claimed. After all, it seems that every available terrain in the world has been either claimed or barred from claiming. Or has it?
A modern example of terra nullius can be found in the Siga, a plot of
land located between Croatia and Serbia. The two countries agree that
the Danube River’s flow marks the border between the nations, however,
Croatia and Serbia disagree on one key factor – whether the border is in
line with the current or the historical path of the river.
Each side has chosen the view that gives them the most land, with Croatia claiming the historical and Serbia the current. This
has left the Gornja Siga a riverfront piece of land, unclaimed (with
the exception of the claim of the Free Republic of Liberland since April
2015) as both sides believe the other should hold it.
Since neither country believes the Siga is theirs, both Serbia and
Croatia have given up their claim, rendering the land terra nullius. The
countries have not just implicitly given up their claim; they have
announced that they do not own the land. Croatia claims that the land
belongs to Serbia; however, Serbia disagrees. While Croatia currently
stations police on the land under the guise of protecting the land for
Serbia, this act does not negate terra nullius because Serbia insists it
does not have, and does not want to have ownership of it. The land sat unclaimed for over 25 years. According
to international legal precedent, the land has been terra nullius,
whether the two nations would like to admit it or not.
Terra nullius can be problematic, as anyone can legally claim land
that falls under it. Any country on earth could enter and assert control
over that land. There is little stopping a large country from claiming
the land or fabricating a historic claim to it. This is currently
happening across the globe and could easily happen in the Gornja Siga.
After the Second World War, Japan was forced to give up its claim to
much of its empire. This resulted some land entering a state of
uncertainty, specifically small, uninhabited islands in the South China
Sea. The treaty did not clarify which countries subjugated by Japan
would own what and many of these islands were already disputed before
Japan was even involved. These current disputes now involve China,
Vietnam, Taiwan, and the Philippines, with China asserting its claim
most aggressively. Like the Gornja Siga, these islands are uninhabited, making any terra nullius claims even stronger. The
situation in the South China Sea is different from that of the Gornja
Siga, as multiple nations are simultaneously asserting conflicting
ownership claims. Unfortunately, this may soon also be the case in the
Gornja Siga. The longer this land remains unoccupied, the more likely a
situation like that of the South China Sea is to arise.
One of the reasons that countries seek control over the islands in
the South China Sea is the region’s strategic importance. While the
Gornja Siga is not as economically significant as the trade-heavy South
China Sea, the region is extremely politically important.
The Gornja Siga is on the border of the EU; Croatia is an EU member state, and in the middle of NATO territory. From
a geopolitical perspective, while Croatia and Serbia are not generally
targets for bullying, the EU and NATO both are. Russia, China or the
United States could benefit from a land claim over the Gornja Siga to
further exert power over Western Europe and the international waterway
that borders the region, The Danube. It should be noted that, while the
Gornja Siga is small, it is not so small that a missile silo cannot be
built on it.
The Gornja Siga is a liability to the stability of the Balkans and
the safety of the EU. The issue likely will not be resolved on its own,
as Croatia and Serbia have let this issue sit unresolved for decades
while making no progress. Neither country intends to claim the land
because of concerns that doing so would stir up another border conflict
in the region. Although the two nations are no longer at war, it will
not take much for another widespread conflict to arise. This reality
inevitably strengthens the legal argument that the land should be
considered terra nullius. Neither side is willing to negotiate, and the
land continues to sit empty. However, there may be a way for the Gornja
Siga to be relieved from its instability without Serbia and Croatia
being forced to bargain unwillingly.
In 2015, the Gornja Siga was claimed by a libertarian organization
which seeks to create a country called Free Republic of Liberland. This
microstate currently has a working government and emphasizes principles
of democracy and freedom. The government intends to use blockchain
technology to ensure transparency within its voting system and to ensure
checks and balances. Liberland’s president, Vít Jedlička, has become an
international spokesperson for transparent governance. Liberland’s main goal is to promote freedom and economic growth within the region.
While Liberland has already had around six hundred thousand people
apply for citizenship online, The Free Republic of Liberland currently
exists in limbo. The government serves in exile, due to Croatia’s
blockading its access to the land. While
the organization does have foreign representative offices and an active
government, Liberland’s recognition as a state may remain only an
aspiration until the country can assert its sovereignty through having a
physical presence on the land. Taking physical possession of the land will not be an easy task — it will require enormous diplomatic and legal efforts. Currently, Croatia arrests anyone who enters into the Gornja Siga.
What Croatia does not realize is that Liberland could be the perfect
solution for the Gornja Siga’s instability. Liberland does not intend to
cause any trouble in the area, despite Croatia’s assumptions to the
contrary. Liberland’s minarchist
government would pose less of a threat than large foreign powers with
stakes in the region. Liberland also has no desire to be a military
threat, nor to even have an army in the first place.
Economically, a country with land elsewhere would likely not invest
in the Gornja Siga. It is uninhabited marshland that would be
disconnected from their trade network. It would not make sense for the
country to grow the area economically when there are far more suitable
places to put infrastructure in their homeland. Even if Serbia or
Croatia decided between the two of them within whose borders the land
exists, the area would likely remain as it is because there are simply
easier places to develop. On the other hand, Liberland would have no
option but to invest in the Gornja Siga. They are already working with
surrounding communities to try to grow their trade network. As
a hub of commerce itself, with nearby communities with existing
infrastructure, such as Apatin and Sombor in Serbia and Osijek and
Vukovar in Croatia, Liberland would expand trade in the entire region.
Under Terra Nullius, the Liberland government asserts that their
claim to the land is completely legal and should be respected by Croatia
and Serbia. Liberland’s proponents
also believe that recognizing Liberland’s claim to the Gornja Siga is
the best way for both neighboring countries to resolve their regional
stalemate and reduce risks of foreign intervention.
Moreover, Croatia is knowingly breaking international laws each time
it exercises false sovereignty over the Gornja Siga while simultaneously
claiming they do not own it. Croatia has no legal right to arrest
Liberland’s citizens when they attempt to enter and settle the Gornja
Siga. Even if Croatian police were correct in asserting that the land
belongs to Serbia, they would have no authority to arrest the citizens
of Liberland in Serbia, especially when Serbia’s official comment is
that the new state does not infringe upon their borders. This legal
dilemma for Croatia only further exemplifies a need to fix the issue of
where Gornja Siga lies.
To leave this dispute undecided any longer is extremely dangerous
because the longer the land goes unclaimed, the more entities may
attempt to take advantage of the terra nullius. Recognizing Liberland’s
dream of creating a small, economically productive, transparent nation
on the Danube may be the best option for solving Croatia’s and Serbia’s
terra nullius problem. Other entities that may benefit from the land may
not have such pure intentions.
About The Authors
Sarah Habermaas – Sarah Habermaas is a student of
political science at Brigham Young University- Idaho. Habermaas is
originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she will be returning to pursue a
legal education this coming fall. She currently works as an intern for
the Free Republic of Liberland. Sarah identifies as a liberal and is a
registered Democrat. Her views are her own and do not necessarily
reflect the views of Liberland.
Steven Melnik – Steven Melnik is an Amazon #1
best-selling author in multiple categories, international keynote
speaker, distinguished professor, and professional success coach who
conducts his Happiness Amplified™ Corporate Events globally and online.
Mr. Melnik is also an attorney, CPA, U.S. financial industry regulatory
advisor, the president of a national bar association, and an advisor to
various government entities and non-profit organizations worldwide. Mr.
Melnik has appeared on practically every major U.S. news network and for
his work has been recognized by U.S. Federal, State and City elected
officials, as well as by the United Nations-based entities. Melnik has
been appointed as a Global Honorary Ambassador-at-large of the Free
Republic of Liberland. You can find more information on Mr. Melnik by
Kirsten Pomales – US based political consultant.
Joseph Langenbrunner – Ohio/DC Representative of Liberland.
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May 17, 2019(updated May 17, 2019) Published by axeman
40 JAHRE BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND – Coin #13
The collection of total 24 coins (2 layers) in a nice wooden box, dated back to 1991 and representing major events at German history for the period of 1949-1989. Included nice booklet with descriptions, just in German language.
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In this episode our guest Kingsley Edwards, Blockchain Advisor to the President, discusses:
1) How his journey with Liberland began at the dinner table with Ron Paul 2) His unique history in wealth and crypto management 3) A project he is working on that will bring more liberty to social media content creators
Yesterday I said a drop below $7,550 would be your sell signal. I’ve told you my first buy order was waiting at $6,750. Today price dropped 21%, reaching as low as $6,600 on Coinbase. It then rallied as high as $7,400 before settling down. Currently bitcoin is trading around $7,100. If you did buy the dip, I’d raise your stop-loss and protect your profit.
Looking at the daily chart, we can see price found support right on top of the 21 day EMA. If price decisively breaks below (daily candle opening and closing), it could signal a much deeper correction to
I was wrong about the big transfer dump yesterday, thought it would be absorbed by the bulls like the previous round. Manage to catch the first panic selloff with LTC but didn’t set a tight stop after the bounce. On 4hr chart, like the previous round when it broke resistance level easily, going downward will likely be break resistance level easily. Almost 20% drop from 8000 to 6400 in 15 mins and bounced back 13% shortly. MA almost crossing on 4hr, possible more downside to go. Let’s see tml candle if it will press for support level around 6250 ~