Christmas is around the corner and undoubtedly marks the biggest festive time around the world. The new Spiderman movie looks very promising and might be the biggest kick ass movie this year. There is not one but multiple Spiderman in the movie, featuring alternative universes underlining multiverse and string theory mainstream. The movie also features the first African-American Spiderman making the movie in the parlance of Americans inclusive. Hoping to watch the movie soon, while an Asian and Latino Spiderman would be icing on the cake. Continue reading “XMAS, Spiderman and Blended Capital”
The national stock exchange (NSE) is launching Nifty 50 index weekly options. The launch comes on the back of success in launching weekly options in the equity derivative segment of NIFTY Bank index and the currency derivatives segment in the dollar-rupee currency pair. Read the attached report on Twitter here. Continue reading “NIFTY 50 Index weekly options and Indian Bond Market”
Mary Kom, “Epic Women” epitomizes fitness in India for both men and women. She is a six times winner of world boxing championship and hails from the northeastern part of India. North East India is undoubtedly the best-kept secret in India with unmatched natural beauty, resources, and absolutely fantastic and fittest people. Soon, the first all-women SWAT force will be inducted into Delhi police force comprising of 36 women constables from the northeast majority of them from Assam. My father was posted in the northeast in India as an officer in Indian armed forces and have had very fond memories of the place.Continue reading “Mary Kom, 10 K, Marathon and Fitness”
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LIBOR, the benchmark rate for trillions of dollars of financial products is going to be phased out. This news escaped my radar until recently and now there are many articles on this subject. One of the benchmark rates being pushed as a substitute is SOFR. So what is SOFR ?
Recently, Paul Allen co-founder of Microsoft and founder of philanthropic company Vulcan Inc. passed away. Paul will forever be remembered for this spectacular vision, techno brilliance, and world-beating philanthropic attitude. Known for his affable and colorful personality backed with an invigorating sense of humor, Paul epitomizes American values of exuberance, geekiness and giving. A big fan of Portland Trailblazers, Seattle SeaHawks and Jimmi Hendrix, Paul left an indelible mark in technology, art, sports and philanthropy. Continue reading “Paul Allen: Legacy of Eternal Sunshine”
According to a report published by the World Economic Forum (refer to my tweets), 2018 is going to be a huge tipping point. For the first time since civilization began, more humans are either rich or in the middle-class as opposed to those in poverty or susceptible to poverty). More than 50 percent of the population will now be classified as those falling in the middle class ( household spending $11-110 per day per person in 2011 PPP) compared to those in extreme poverty ( per person earning below $1.9 per day). Continue reading “2018: Tipping Point: Rise of Middle Class”