Yesterday it rained all day and as a result of flooding the train line between Thionville and Luxembourg was cut (?!). I had to get a train to Longwy and my wife picekd me up from there by car. Left
Okay XBRL seems rather cool. There is a java api out there but it is written by 1 of the contributor’s to XBRL and seems bizarre at best. The best way to learn XBRL is to implement it and so
Sam and I had a long discussion about the scope of the analysis software. The database contains over 20,000 companies from the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and mainland Europe. The data is sourced from Morningstar which for US companies
By Peter Schiff. The author of this book was one of the few who predicted the financial crisis of 2007/8. He was pilloried for predicting the bursting of the housing bubble. In his book he describes in great detail the
By Josh Peters. I like this book – again another no nonsense pragmatic book. I will be implementing his DDRM model in my analysis software for sure.
By Kelley Wright. This book is one of the few which has not been a cure for Insomnia! The book is written in a very clear style – expecting the target audience to understand and grasp the concepts without labouring
Sam and I have started investing. To aid the analysis process I am going to develop an application.
I do like playing Sudoku. I have a nice handy little android program on my phone and when I have a few minutes I like to solve a puzzle or two. Not content with that, I thought I would develop
Thought I had better write all this down so as to not lose it… Install Postgres latest version Install with the spatial extension Create a database – using the pgAdmin tool Set up spatial postgis stuff (not sure how much
In my work I use Hibernate annotations and have been developing with them for a number of years now. I have recently started re-engineering the plan viewer facility management application to basically take advantage of everything I have learned over