Shaw Internet 300 $43 first year $58 second year along with $250 credit

There is this exciting offer available from Shaw.

The Shaw Internet 300 plan is available right now for $43 per month the first year and $58 per month the second year. To sweeten the entire deal, they are giving away a $250 bill credit too.

Contact a Shaw representative or visit one of the outlets to get this offer. I was able to snag this offer from the Shaw outlet present in Metrotown Mall, Burnaby.

There was a detailed thread discussing this offer at RedFlagDeals. But due to some reason, the admins have deleted the entire thread.

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BSNL Broadband Fair Usage Policies Back On The Menu

Sometime last year, BSNL stopped enforcing the fair usage policies (FUP) associated with their broadband plans. This in effect implied that anyone could opt for one of the low-end broadband plans from BSNL and make good use of the unlimited 8 mbps speeds. It appears that BSNL has revamped its fair usage policy mechanisms – from this month, you will see speeds getting reduced to 1 mbps as soon as you cross the threshold data allocated for your plan.

It is a pity to see companies such as BSNL still trying to fleece their long-term customers when there are augmented options from service providers like Jio.

Murrey Math Trading Strategy 3

In my previous post, I mentioned a strategy that could effectively help you to capture the current trend of any financial instrument. However, if you apply that strategy (at least for a considerable amount of time), you will begin to notice that the markets always act choppy when the price is in between 7/8 and +1/8 or 1/8 and -1/8. Whatever meager profit you had managed to accumulate following Strategy 2, will end up getting eroded from your trading account due to this choppy price action nature of the market.

This could in fact explain why I have decided to post Strategy 3 this month. This method simply helps you to avoid at least a small portion of the choppy price action exhibited by the financial instruments.

Here is the strategy in pictorial form

Rather than trying to guess the top and bottom of the market, this strategy effectively helps you to keep on trading with the trend. 4/8 is an important value because it divides 0/8 and 8/8 into equal halves. So, if the market is trading above 4/8, it will definitely have a tendency to keep on moving higher. Likewise, if the market is trading below 4/8, it’s tendency will be to keep on going lower.

Obviously there are going to be days when the market stays in between 3/8 and 5/8. On such days, your trading account will take a major hit because of the choppy price action. The best thing to do in such situations is to call it a day and stop trading. This is one of the drawbacks of the strategy. Even Murrey himself proclaims that the market will often try to stay in between 3/8 and 5/8 (as often as 43% of the time). So he suggests doing the exact opposite of what I have posted as strategy 3 (i.e. to sell at 5/8 and buy at 3/8).

Another point to note is that this strategy is not something that I found on my own. There were a couple of text documents written long back – I am not able to locate them online at the time of this post – this strategy was explicitly mentioned in one of those documents. If I find them, I will post it.

Murrey Math Trading Strategy 2

Every month, I will post an unique trading strategy based on Murrey Math. Here is the strategy for this month.

Enter the high and low for the time period you wish to trade. Now pay close attention to 7/8 and 1/8. Wait for the instrument to touch either 7/8 or 1/8. If it touches 7/8, sell at that price. Stop loss for this trade will be +1/8.

Similarly, if the price touches 1/8, buy at that price and keep the stop loss at -1/8.

Now, the markets are always unpredictable. Once you sell at 7/8, there might be instances where the price might surge even higher and touch +1/8. If it does so, please follow the trend and buy at +1/8. Stop loss for that long trade will be 7/8. Likewise, if you buy at 1/8 and see the price falling down to trigger the stop loss set at -1/8, then sell at -1/8 and follow the trend. Stop loss for this short trade will be 1/8.

Here is the strategy in pictorial form.

In the meantime, do checkout Murrey Math Trading Strategy 1

How To Access EFI System Partition On Windows 10?

Accessing the EFI system partition is important to me because I keep on trying different linux-based operating systems. Removing the GRUB boot loader is a pain in the posterior – especially for “not-so-technologically-savvy”. After accessing the EFI system partition, anyone can delete the boot records created by GRUB – effectively removing it from the machine. Listed below are a set of commands that you are expected to enter in the Command Prompt to reach into the EFI system partition and delete the GRUB records.

  1. Open Command Prompt as Admin
  2. Type diskpart
  3. list disk
  4. select disk 0
  5. list partition
  6. select partition 1
  7. assign letter=b
  8. exit

Now go to Task Manager –> File –> Run New Task –> Browse…

Locate the partition with the letter B.

This will allow you to access and change files in the EFI partition.

An alternate (faster) approach is the following:

1- Mount the EFI partition to a free mount point:

— Run command prompt as Administrator

— Type “mountvol X: /s” (without the quotes, X being an unused mount point)

2- Use Explorer++ (Free, Open Source app) to manipulate the files on the partition:

— Run Explorer++ with administrative privileges


iPhone Battery Drain After Installing iOS 12

If you are experiencing excessive battery drain after installing iOS 12, disabling Screen Time might help.

Go to Settings –> Screen Time. You will find the option to disable Screen Time towards the bottom.

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