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D-558-2 being mounted to P2B-1S launch aircraft
time series prediction project
Image by NASA on The Commons
Description This 1953 NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station photograph shows the Douglas D-558-2 #2 Skyrocket (NACA 144), prior to flight, being towed under the P2B-1S (Navy designation for the Air Force B-29) launch vehicle (NACA 137) for attachment. In this view the tail of the Skyrocket is almost aligned with the opening cut to fit in the bottom of the P2B-1S. The photograph also shows the large hydraulic jacks used to elevate the P2B-1S launch vehicle. The Douglas D-558-2 "Skyrockets" were among the early transonic research airplanes like the X-1, X-4, X-5, and X-92A. Three of the single-seat, swept-wing aircraft flew from 1948 to 1956 in a joint program involving the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), with its flight research done at the NACA’s Muroc Flight Test Unit in Calif., redesignated in 1949 the High-Speed Flight Research Station (HSFRS). Also partners in the flight research were the Navy-Marine Corps and the Douglas Aircraft Co.

The HSFRS became the High-Speed Flight Station in 1954 and is now known as the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. The Skyrocket made aviation history when it became the first airplane to fly twice the speed of sound. The 2 in the aircraft’s designation referred to the fact that the Skyrocket was the phase-two version of what had originally been conceived as a three-phase program, with the phase-one aircraft having straight wings. The third phase, which never came to fruition, would have involved constructing a mock-up of a combat-type aircraft embodying the results from the testing of the phase one and two aircraft. Douglas pilot John F. Martin made the first flight at Muroc Army Airfield (later renamed Edwards Air Force Base) in Calif. on February 4, 1948. The goals of the program were to investigate the characteristics of swept-wing aircraft at transonic and supersonic speeds with particular attention to pitch-up (uncommanded rotation of the nose of the airplane upwards)–a problem prevalent in high-speed service aircraft of that era, particularly at low speeds during take-off and landing and in tight turns. The three aircraft gathered a great deal of data about pitch-up and the coupling of lateral (yaw) and longitudinal (pitch) motions; wing and tail loads, lift, drag, and buffeting characteristics of swept-wing aircraft at transonic and supersonic speeds; and the effects of the rocket exhaust plume on lateral dynamic stability throughout the speed range. (Plume effects were a new experience for aircraft.) The number three aircraft also gathered information about the effects of external stores (bomb shapes, drop tanks) upon the aircraft’s behavior in the transonic region (roughly 0.7 to 1.3 times the speed of sound). In correlation with data from other early transonic research aircraft such as the XF-92A, this information contributed to solutions to the pitch-up problem in swept-wing aircraft. The three airplanes flew a total of 313 times–123 by the number one aircraft (Bureau No. 37973–NACA 143), 103 by the second Skyrocket (Bureau No. 37974–NACA 144), and 87 by airplane number three (Bureau No. 37975–NACA 145). Skyrocket 143 flew all but one of its missions as part of the Douglas contractor program to test the airplane’s performance. NACA aircraft 143 was initially powered by a Westinghouse J-34-40 turbojet engine configured only for ground take-offs, but in 1954-55 the contractor modified it to an all-rocket air-launch capability featuring an LR8-RM-6, 4-chamber Reaction Motors engine rated at 6,000 pounds of thrust at sea level (the Navy designation for the Air Force’s LR-11 used in the X-1). In this configuration, NACA research pilot John McKay flew the airplane only once for familiarization on September 17, 1956. The 123 flights of NACA 143 served to validate wind-tunnel predictions of the airplane’s performance, except for the fact that the airplane experienced less drag above Mach 0.85 than the wind tunnels had indicated. NACA 144 also began its flight program with a turbojet powerplant. NACA pilots Robert A. Champine and John H. Griffith flew 21 times in this configuration to test airspeed calibrations and to research longitudinal and lateral stability and control. In the process, during August of 1949 they encountered pitch-up problems, which NACA engineers recognized as serious because they could produce a limiting and dangerous restriction on flight performance. Hence, they determined to make a complete investigation of the problem. In 1950, Douglas replaced the turbojet with an LR-8 rocket engine, and its pilot, William B. Bridgeman, flew the aircraft seven times up to a speed of Mach 1.88 (1.88 times the speed of sound) and an altitude of 79,494 feet (the latter an unofficial world’s altitude record at the time, achieved on August 15, 1951). In the rocket configuration, a Navy P2B (Navy version of the B-29) launched the airplane at approximately 30,000 feet after taking off from the ground with the Skyrocket attached beneath its bomb bay. During Bridgeman’s supersonic flights, he encountered a violent rolling motion known as lateral instability that was less pronounced on the Mach 1.88 flight on August 7, 1951, than on a Mach 1.85 flight in June when he pushed over to a low angle of attack (angle of the fuselage or wing to the prevailing wind direction). The NACA engineers studied the behavior of the aircraft before beginning their own flight research in the airplane in September 1951. Over the next couple of years, NACA pilot A. Scott Crossfield flew the airplane 20 times to gather data on longitudinal and lateral stability and control, wing and tail loads, and lift, drag, and buffeting characteristics at speeds up to Mach 1.878. At that point, Marine Lt. Col. Marion Carl flew the airplane to a new (unofficial) altitude record of 83,235 feet on August 21, 1953, and to a maximum speed of Mach 1.728. Following Carl’s completion of these flights for the Navy, NACA technicians at the High-Speed Flight Research Station (HSFRS) near Mojave, Calif., outfitted the LR-8 engine’s cylinders with nozzle extensions to prevent the exhaust gas from affecting the rudders at supersonic speeds. This addition also increased the engine’s thrust by 6.5 percent at Mach 1.7 and 70,000 feet. Even before Marion Carl had flown the Skyrocket, HSFRS Chief Walter C. Williams had petitioned NACA headquarters unsuccessfully to fly the aircraft to Mach 2 to garner the research data at that speed. Finally, after Crossfield had secured the agreement of the Navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics, NACA director Hugh L. Dryden relaxed the organization’s usual practice of leaving record setting to others and consented to attempting a flight to Mach 2. In addition to adding the nozzle extensions, the NACA flight team at the HSFRS chilled the fuel (alcohol) so more could be poured into the tank and waxed the fuselage to reduce drag. With these preparations and employing a flight plan devised by project engineer Herman O. Ankenbruck to fly to approximately 72,000 feet and push over into a slight dive, Crossfield made aviation history on November 20, 1953, when he flew to Mach 2.005 (1,291 miles per hour). He became the first pilot to reach Mach 2 in this, the only flight in which the Skyrocket flew that fast. Following this flight, Crossfield and NACA pilots Joseph A. Walker and John B. McKay flew the airplane for such purposes as to gather data on pressure distribution, structural loads, and structural heating, with the last flight in the program occurring on December 20, 1956, when McKay obtained dynamic stability data and sound-pressure levels at transonic speeds and above. Meanwhile, NACA 145 had completed 21 contractor flights by Douglas pilots Eugene F. May and Bill Bridgeman in November 1950. In this jet-and-rocket-prope lled craft, Scott Crossfield and Walter Jones began the NACA’s investigation of pitch-up lasting from September 1951 well into the summer of 1953. They flew the Skyrocket with a variety of wing-fence, wing-slat, and leading-edge chord extension configurations, performing various maneuvers as well as straight-and-level flying at transonic speeds. While fences significantly aided recovery from pitch-up conditions, leading edge chord extensions did not, disproving wind-tunnel tests to the contrary. Slats (long, narrow auxiliary airfoils) in the fully open position eliminated pitch-up except in the speed range around Mach 0.8 to 0.85. In June 1954, Crossfield began an investigation of the effects of external stores (bomb shapes and fuel tanks) upon the aircraft’s transonic behavior. McKay and Stanley Butchart completed the NACA’s investigation of this issue, with McKay flying the final mission on August 28, 1956. Besides setting several records, the Skyrocket pilots had gathered important data and understanding about what would and would not work to provide stable, controlled flight of a swept-wing aircraft in the transonic and supersonic flight regimes. The data they gathered also helped to enable a better correlation of wind-tunnel test results with actual flight values, enhancing the abilities of designers to produce more capable aircraft for the armed services, especially those with swept wings. Moreover, data on such matters as stability and control from this and other early research airplanes aided in the design of the century series of fighter airplanes, all of which featured the movable horizontal stabilizers first employed on the X-1 and D-558 series.

Image #: E-1014
Date: Sometime in 1953

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In this episode, Adam Parris from Searching for Value sits down with John Hempton who is co-founder and investment officer at Bronte Capital.

John has been featured by many financial news organisations for his role in short selling Valeant while Bill Ackman was buying, and buying Herbal Life while Bill Ackman was short selling,

John’s blog has a popular following and it is reported that the White House read his blog about, chronicling the implosion of American sub-prime housing and the unfolding global financial crisis, in 2008.

Bronte Capital’s client’s letters are closely followed by the Worlds investment community and featured on investment websites such as ValueWalk.

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Joe Rogan Experience #1145 - Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff is an American businessman, investment broker, author and financial commentator. Schiff is CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc. He also hosts his own podcast called “The Peter Schiff Podcast” available on iTunes and at SchiffRadio.com

Stock exchange number one: First timers Tips for Trading and investing

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This video includes a full in-depth tutorial of how the stock market operates. You will learn what corporations are, how the stock market works, how stock prices are set, what are the forces that impact company growth and how to begin trading today.

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~~25 MOST COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT STOCKS ~~
1) Question: I really still don’t understand what
you mean by „selling stocks“?

Answer: Selling a stock is when you
sell a share that you personally own, of a company
to another person. In other words, transfer
ownership to another individual.

2) Question: What are you investing
your money into?

Answer: Energy stocks & Banks

3) Question: Who buys stocks?

Answer: Anyone who has access to the market
can buy stocks, probably hard to believe but
there are a lot of people that trade daily.

4) Question: Where do you buy stocks?

Answer: Either broker or bank..

5) Question: How do I sell stocks?

Answer: Same broker as you
purchase stocks with.

6) Question: Why do people buy stocks?

Answer: Return investments & profits
or hold ownership in a company

7) Question: How many stocks are
there per company?

Answer: Volume of stocks depends on
the company. More info on yahoo finance

8) Question: Investing in Marijuana companies
is a good idea?

Answer: Depends on the country and
its law/regulations. May be too late.

9) Question: What happens if a
company goes bankrupt?

Answer: Public companies sometimes go
bankrupt, sometimes shareholders can get
some money from liquid assets. But the
stock ends up being 0 or 1 cent.

10) Question: How fast can you sell a stock?

Answer: Pretty much right away, depends
on what people are asking for it.

11) Question: How much money do you think
one should have before you start
investing in the stock market?

Answer: Start with ,000

12) Question: Lets say I buy a stock through
Coca Cola and its value increases, and I choose sell.
Why would anyone buy my stock ?

Answer: People share same interests,
if company is doing good, people invest.

13) Question: Where would i find the charts for
the stocks i would want to invest in?

Answer: Yahoo finance, Google finance or more..

14) Question: What if you don’t have a lot
of money to invest with?

Answer: Don’t take loans, save up.

15) Question: Can you recommend me a brokerage
firm, what should i use?

Answer: I use a bank to trade stocks

16) Question: Can you get all international stocks…
my bank, can’t get some stocks…..?

Answer: Many cases, there are a lot
of restrictions. Ask your broker.

17) Question: Is amazon a good stock?

Answer: Stable but may not be worth
of investing in future.

18) Question: Annual investing vs Monthly investing?

Answer: I prefer monthly investing.

19) Question: What is a stock market
and what is the forex market?

Answer: Stock market: trading shares,
Forex is trading currency.

20) Question: Good idea to invest in
apple right now?

Answer: It’s a safe company,
but there are other companies
to consider.

21) Question: I live in Russia, can i buy
stock from America like you guys?

Answer: If your broker allows you,
check your government regulations.

22) Question: Can a stock divide?

Answer: Stocks can divide, if
price is too high, companies may
consider it.

23) Question: Does it matter what
trading platform you use?

Answer: Ref to my previous vid
for details

24) Question: Do you get charged an amount
every time you trade?

Answer: Most likely you will
be charged. Different ways they
can take money out of your
pockets.

25) Question: Can you recommend a good
trading simulator to learn on before
doing actual trading?

Answer: Link in the description
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AEV Finance: This video will explore the beginners guide to choosing and analyzing a stock. Buying your first stock is an important decision which can lead to different paths. AEV demonstrates the best ways to pick your first stock to buy and how to determine which companies will succeed in the stock exchange/stock market. As an example, the stock that I chose to resemble in this video includes „Tesla Motors“.
There are many factors that go into stock purchasing. If you did enjoy this video make sure to click the like button and subscribe.

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~~25 MOST COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT STOCKS ~~
1) Question: I really still don’t understand what
you mean by „selling stocks“?

Answer: Selling a stock is when you
sell a share that you personally own, of a company
to another person. In other words, transfer
ownership to another individual.

2) Question: What are you investing
your money into?

Answer: Energy stocks & Banks

3) Question: Who buys stocks?

Answer: Anyone who has access to the market
can buy stocks, probably hard to believe but
there are a lot of people that trade daily.

4) Question: Where do you buy stocks?

Answer: Either broker or bank..

5) Question: How do I sell stocks?

Answer: Same broker as you
purchase stocks with.

6) Question: Why do people buy stocks?

Answer: Return investments & profits
or hold ownership in a company

7) Question: How many stocks are
there per company?

Answer: Volume of stocks depends on
the company. More info on yahoo finance

8) Question: Investing in Marijuana companies
is a good idea?

Answer: Depends on the country and
its law/regulations. May be too late.

9) Question: What happens if a
company goes bankrupt?

Answer: Public companies sometimes go
bankrupt, sometimes shareholders can get
some money from liquid assets. But the
stock ends up being 0 or 1 cent.

10) Question: How fast can you sell a stock?

Answer: Pretty much right away, depends
on what people are asking for it.

11) Question: How much money do you think
one should have before you start
investing in the stock market?

Answer: Start with ,000

12) Question: Lets say I buy a stock through
Coca Cola and its value increases, and I choose sell.
Why would anyone buy my stock ?

Answer: People share same interests,
if company is doing good, people invest.

13) Question: Where would i find the charts for
the stocks i would want to invest in?

Answer: Yahoo finance, Google finance or more..

14) Question: What if you don’t have a lot
of money to invest with?

Answer: Don’t take loans, save up.

15) Question: Can you recommend me a brokerage
firm, what should i use?

Answer: I use a bank to trade stocks

16) Question: Can you get all international stocks…
my bank, can’t get some stocks…..?

Answer: Many cases, there are a lot
of restrictions. Ask your broker.

17) Question: Is amazon a good stock?

Answer: Stable but may not be worth
of investing in future.

18) Question: Annual investing vs Monthly investing?

Answer: I prefer monthly investing.

19) Question: What is a stock market
and what is the forex market?

Answer: Stock market: trading shares,
Forex is trading currency.

20) Question: Good idea to invest in
apple right now?

Answer: It’s a safe company,
but there are other companies
to consider.

21) Question: I live in Russia, can i buy
stock from America like you guys?

Answer: If your broker allows you,
check your government regulations.

22) Question: Can a stock divide?

Answer: Stocks can divide, if
price is too high, companies may
consider it.

23) Question: Does it matter what
trading platform you use?

Answer: Ref to my previous vid
for details

24) Question: Do you get charged an amount
every time you trade?

Answer: Most likely you will
be charged. Different ways they
can take money out of your
pockets.

25) Question: Can you recommend a good
trading simulator to learn on before
doing actual trading?

Answer: Link in the description
Subscribe for more finance videos.

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Tasking time-series speculation problems how to Darko Matovski (causaLens)

In the case of predictive modelling, feeding time-series data directly into a machine learning algorithm often leads to sub-optimal performance. Most modern algorithms tend to be slow at learning the embedded time dynamics. This is especially the case in challenging problems such as datasets of small sample size and datasets containing low signal to noise ratio.

A common solution is to include a pre-processing step, namely feature extraction. Given that many features can be extracted from each time-series, this leads to an exponential increase in the dimensionality of the data. Optimal feature set selection can be a time-intensive process and the optimal solution is a function of the choice of algorithm and parameters. The talk will focus on how including automated feature extraction and selection as part of a full machine learning optimisation pipeline can lead to superior results, especially in the case of challenging time-series problems.

Darko has worked for some of the World’s most prominent hedge funds and research institutions. For example the National Physical Laboratory in London (where Alan Turing worked) and Man Group (a global hedge fund). Darko has a PhD in machine learning and an MBA. He is currently the CEO of causaLens – a startup automating machine learning for time-series predictions. Customers include some of the Worlds’ most sophisticated hedge funds and asset managers.
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Stock Price Prediction | Ajajai in Finance

Can AI be used in the financial sector? Of course! In fact, finance was one of the pioneering industries that started using AI in the early 80s for market prediction. Since then, major financial firms and hedge funds have adopted AI technologies for everything from portfolio optimization, to credit lending, to stock betting. In this video, we’ll go over all the different ways AI can be used in applied finance, then build a stock price prediction algorithm in python using Keras and Tensorflow.

Code for this video:
https://github.com/llSourcell/AI_in_Finance

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