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Sun Applique Free Pattern Workshop

Here is the next applique / learn how to read a chart free pattern workshop. This simple sun uses some new chart reading techniques to help you expand your ability. 11 more words

Crochet

Find the Strongest and Weakest Stocks through the Chart Reading

Jesse Livermore, the securities trader in the Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, speculated in the stock and commodity market through tape reading. Chart reading is the contemporary tape reading since the signifiant growth of the trading volume in the market, especially the emergence of the electronic trading system. 353 more words

Trading Techniques

Butterfly Applique ~ Fast and Free ~ What Could Be Better?

It’s been a while since I posted an applique video, so I’m trying to get some more done.

Here is my next free applique pattern, a cute little butterfly. 49 more words

Crochet

I got my chart read!

I got my chart read by my pretty Scorpio lady friend Desiree over at Simply Sun Signs and it was awesome let me tell you! Just like any time you get a chart reading I gave her my birthday, birth time and place of birth. 254 more words

Astrology

Navigators Piloting and Charting Reference Card

The Navigators Piloting and Charting Reference Card puts the commonly used coastal navigation formulas and symbols on one handy card for easy reference.  This card helps prevent mistakes when tired, or when doing your Navigation Class homework. 528 more words

Boating Safety

CHART INTERPREATION DEMO.

For a Peek at a revamp, and pretty Lay out of a Chart Analysis. A view into how I evaluate a chart, and it’s components.

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Astrology

Coast Survey improves access to data on thousands of wrecks and obstructions

Knowing the locations of shipwrecks and other obstructions has always been important for safe navigation ‒ but mariners are not the only people who want to know about wrecks. 395 more words

History

captnmike reblogged this on Boating Safety Tips, Tricks & Thoughts from Captnmike and commented:

NOAA keeps getting better, now the public has access to information on 13,000 wrecks and 6,000 obstructions. Great job folks