Skyscrapers that are pushing the limits of engineering, technology and design are featured in this four-part series, which opens with a look at One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the western hemisphere. Included: the final year of exterior construction, which culminates with the milestone of reaching the symbolic height of 1776 feet.
World Trade is a world class band in every sense, and their immense appeal expands beyond fans of Yes and other progressive rock bands to include devoted followers from all walks around the world.
US neo-progressive rock band World Trade finally followed-up their impressive 1989 self-titled debut in 1995 with Euphoria. At this point the band featured bassist/vocalist Billy Sherwood (who had briefly been a part of Yes) as well as guitarists Bruce Gowdy (ex-Unruly Child) and Jay Schellen (ex-Hurricane). World Trade's core sound remains unchanged from the debut. It's more or less a mellow progressive rock sound based on the later Yes style, with tranquil guitar melodies and Sherwood's high, Jon Anderson-style vocals.
In One Good Trade: Inside the Highly Competitive World of Proprietary Trading, author Mike Bellafiore shares the principles and techniques that have enabled him to navigate the most challenging of markets over the past twelve years. He explains how he has imparted those techniques to an elite desk of traders at the proprietary trading firm he co-founded.