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ajnl last won the day on November 27 2012

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About ajnl

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    the Orange

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    madspike91
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    Aeronautical Engineer

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    =F|A= AJ
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    Aircraft, gaming, computers, hanging out with friends, etc.
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    Netherlands

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  1. I looked into RH, but as far as I can see its only available in the USA. Will have to see if there is something similar here in NL.
  2. Interesting, I'll look into them. Still new to investing so at the moment I am keeping it simple and continuing to research. Do you use robinhood because the transaction costs are low? Do you trade weekly or longer timelines?
  3. Thanks for the help, I'll start looking into those and reading about them. You say "etc etc" but is there a list of indicators?
  4. At least if he falls its in water...
  5. At the moment I've only ever bought index funds or ETFs and plan to hold them for the long term. I would like to use a small percentage of my portfolio to buy individual stocks and maybe trade more short term. What I don't understand when it comes to trade is what indicators there are and how to use them to identify which stocks to buy. Anyone have a short explanation of and how to use indicators?
  6. Backtest portfolio: https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio Only works for USA, haven't found a good European one.
  7. Started, my plan is long term index or ETF investments. So not short term trading. Right now I am on Degiro (low cost broker in the Netherlands) with VUSA, which is a vanguard S&P500 ETF.
  8. Just in case anyone was wondering:
  9. To be honest, some people do bite.
  10. ajnl

    Asus RT-AC66U - Router Review

    Yeah but range depends also on the materials your house is made off. My house is concrete, so it doesn't really reach through two floors Whats AI-mesh?
  11. ajnl

    Asus RT-AC66U - Router Review

    Asus RT-AC66U router review Amazon.com price (90 USD) Amazon.co.uk price (105 GBP) Amazon.de (125 Euro) Image Source Technical details: Dual-band, 802.11ac, up to 1750Mbps AiRadar intelligently strengthens wireless connections via high-powered amplification and beam-forming 4x gigabit ethernet LAN ports 2x USB 2.0 ports 256MB ram 2.4GHz or 5.0GHz (can be active at the same time) Web-based interface Advanced cooling (whatever that means) The specs are pretty good, especially considering this is not a new (2018) router. Most people now would (rightfully so) expect USB 3.0. The "advanced cooling" sounds like a gimmick or something every router company could say. However I have noticed that it does not get as hot compared to routers I've previously owned (like the Cisco-Linksys E4200). I have not had issues with this router when it comes to heat, and rarely have to restart it. Speed wise it is able to handle whatever I do. Gaming and streaming netflix works with no problems, even with more than one person on the router. Connection with Chromecast works great. It may rarely loose connection but usually that is a problem with the chromecast, and only sometimes requires a router restart. I've owned this router since 2013 and see no point in replacing it. It has not noticeably degraded since then. The only reason I could see upgrading would be to attach a hard drive to it (since this one is only usb 2.0) or maybe to find one that has better web applications. This Asus supports the cloud applications that Asus has, but I haven't been impressed by them and haven't found a good use for them. A huge problem with this router is that when you attach a hard drive, the CPU goes to 100% constant. I remember trying it a few years ago and at the time there was no fix for it. I haven't checked, but I doubt that there is a fix right now. Adding a VPN directly on the router is not supported with the default firmware. To do this you need to use other router software like DD-WRT. The one I currently use can be found here. DD-WRT allows you to add a VPN to your router and turn it on/off whenever you want. It supports OpenVPN, PPTP, and TOR. VPN that I use is called Private Internet Access (PIA).
  12. Sure, if I find some time I will.
  13. Hey, sadly and unfortunately the card died on me this year. It was a really great card, so thank you again :).
  14. I joined in 2010 as a Cod4 player. I enjoy going on the forums and reading about all the stuff going on. Thanks for starting a great clan It sucks that we can't all meet up and hang out, but we have had some local meet ups. We met up in Belgium once, DFighter was also there. Good times.

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