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05-17-2003 02:14 PM
jbanta
state of satellite communications?

You know there is still limit sell and buy order. You don''t have to watch your stock all day every day. Place a limit buy at $12.50 and after that executes place a limit sell at $14.00. Wouldn''t that work and also release you from the duldrums of watching a computer screen when you could be enjoying the experience of the adventure?
05-14-2003 11:07 AM
GordMay
state of satellite communications?

Can anyone offer experience / opinion regards the "Nera F33" Maritime Comm'' Terminal & Antennae for Inmarsat?
Gord
05-14-2003 10:38 AM
phoebe10011
state of satellite communications?

Hi David --

Take a look at http://www.kvh.com/products/product.asp?id=57&flash=yes It''s expensive, but I think it''d do what you want. I''m considering it myself.

-- Phoebe
04-30-2003 03:07 AM
btimm
state of satellite communications?

Not absolutely certain, but I suspect there may be a few reasons why you have not received a reply. 1.) Stock trading and sailing may seem to some to be mutually exclusive. Being in the middle of the ocean and trading stock real time should only be done if you have someone else at the helm. 2.) Unless you step up to the very expensive satellite service, most services are really only meant for occassional email, internet, and weather services. The affordable services are tyically around 9600bps although some are now offering ISDN type speeds but they would be expensive if you were connected all day.

Bill
04-29-2003 05:28 PM
davidimu
state of satellite communications?

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04-28-2003 11:23 AM
davidimu
state of satellite communications?

Could anyone help me c. satellite communications. I am a stock trader and sailor and want to know if streaming data is possible on board, say mid ocean? Is the technology such that one could trade realtime on ones boat?

Any help would be most appreciated

david pollitt

 
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