The Boeing CompanyBANYSE
Oh in that case: CAT, BA, LCID, AMD
ULA is owned by BA and LMT.
There are two main places where its gone completely off the rails - Toronto and Vancover area - pretty much impossible to find a house under 1M in both of those. But in a lot of other cities and towns the prices are a lot more moderated. In my city a decent 3 bd/ 2 ba is in the 500k range. In other smaller cities and more rural ares that would be more like 350k. And you can still find condos and townhouses in the 200k range. But we definitely dont have much under 100k like I often see in the US midwest.
Another interesting one right now is COOK (Traeger Grills). Otherwise AMZN, BA, NVDIA, GOOG, to name a few.
SoFi is my biggest holding currently.
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I'm not making stuff up at all.
New house: $337k USD https://resources.realestate.co.jp/buy/average-price-new-house-japan
Old house: $177k USD https://resources.realestate.co.jp/buy/average-price-of-an-apartment-in-japan-in-2021-ranked-by-prefecture/
There is a culture of buying a new house when settling down with family. Used houses are considered temporary, and are often torn down - you can read about this separately.
Average income, I did not find a median unfortunately. https://resources.realestate.co.jp/living/average-salary-japan-occupation-age/
Housing to income is easily 5x to 10x, depending on old or new. And this doesn't consider the fact that most young workers are in major cities with more expensive housing but still low pay.
Possibly you can look at just Tokyo:
There is good information by age and you can see how little they make. The salary here is inline with the national averages but the housing market is not.
The used house price is even higher than the new house price! It's 12x income at 25 years old.
The return on investment is the same/equal for the examples you have given at the time you have given. The risk is widely different. With CDs, and bonds, your investment is fairly well protected and backed by these institutions and/or the government. With divided aristocrat stocks, it’s unknown. A company can stop paying dividends if the times are tough as well as its stock price can go down. That means you can find yourself at some point being 20-30% in the red on stocks and that 4% dividend also being at risk of disappearing. The opposite is also true in that the price of the stock could go up while you keep the 4% dividend but I don’t know of many companies in that position given our current bear market. Look as an example at T and VZ. Both had great dividend yields and both are down some 30% from their highs not that long ago. Look at BA and they stopped dividends altogether.
In summary, No one can calculate your return on investment 2 years from now from stock dividends because no one knows the future and what they will sell at. However, with CDs and bonds, you most likely get a 99% chance of a theoretical return.
huh. that's sounds underwhelming. I really had difficulties during my bachelor, heck almost every student had that in some topics simply because very few could handle the workload. many including myself shifted around the work load by deliberately failing a class to free up time to focus on another and then using the "summer vacation" to catch up and pass a re exam. The math classes in first year were hard and rightfully so because the math needed for corporate finance was way more difficult. Our bachelor degrees really shouldn't be three years. Even our finance prof said that, she said the work load would actually require twice the amount of time we had (for a certain class, so the BA ought to be 4 years) But almost every student ends up taking a masters degree afterwards anyway, those who were really good in some classes and enjoyed those then typically specialize in them, like specialize in accounting or finance or management or marketing or something entirely different. But honestly, its not actually necessary to take finance classes to invest. CAPM and IRR, NPV and whatever isn't particularly applicable and the options pricing models and lots of other models require knowing things that in itself are impossible to just know. We did learn option strategies and pricing as well as free cash flow bla bla and the book mentions many useful topics, securities for example or cash flow spikes liquidity blabla etc. Furthermore finance models only work in a rational world and as you might well know, the stock and financial markets (and politics) are full of idiots irrational emotional behavior and odd occurrences unpredictable events and lots of uncertainty. you can't just price a risk like you learn in finance. Warren buffet made fun of those models as well and for good reason. But if you can understand capm and so on you'll be able to figure out yourself how to price things and you'd know the overall terminology and concepts required
BA one year chart looks fucking horrific. Shit just keeps going down
Fucking great. BA back to where I bought in the fucking pandemic. Should I buy more?
yea I was too busy reading this you fuck nut
Someone tell me what to do Vix calls spy puts BA Calls HD Calls what is it man
When I was younger (teenager) my dad would sometimes take me to job sites with him to help with moving building materials or drilling stuff or marking the floor, or giving him tools. I’m really not a fan of physical labor. In FL, it doesn’t take long for you to sweat under the humidity and heat here. I later got diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at 21 while I was working at a FedEx warehouse and I was very concerned about I might have to quit if my symptoms of joint stiffness in my hands and body got worse.
I respect trade work, and it is a good way to make money.
I like many Millenials decided to go to college. I graduated with a BA in Econ that’s not very valuable, just left me with a lot of student loan debt.
I’m currently compensating by working 2 WFH jobs. If I can keep this up I should make 80k between the 2 jobs combined. It’s unconventional and risky but it’s how I’m getting by at the moment.
I plan on studying some certifications, that I hope will get me a higher paying job in the future.
there is no recession in ba sing se
3.25% at ~250k for a 3 br, 1.5 ba rowhome w/ finished basement in a great neighborhood in Chicago
If only there was a warning to evacuate maybe it could have been saved maybe some time in the future we will ba able to warn people in advance so they could prepare for such a tragedy.
BA in History, MA in Education, MBA with a focus in data analysis
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There is always on-line college. I just went back recently and finished up a BA I started in the 90s. I did Western Governors University, and their system is amazing if you are focused and good at managing your time, especially if you already have experience in the field you are getting your degree in (and they offer various IT degrees).
Would be a hairy situation... ba bada bum
Yeah of course of course. Let me ask the people on china who are experiencing a bank run, or the CCP injecting billions into MBS to not go under, let's not also forget CCP injecting billions into RE developers including Evergrande to not collapse overnight.
There's no crisis in Ba Sing Se
There is no bounce in Ba Sing Se
The year is 2025. Pelonton has just acquired Boieng. $PTON $BA
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I'm not an economist but have a BA in economics, an MBA, and work in finance. She's been talking about deflation for more than a year now, during a time when we've had the highest inflation in decades. It's puzzling.
There is a thing called 'demand destruction' that happens when prices are too inflated. People keep buying gas and just complaining about the cost as the price goes up, but eventually they change their behavior and drive less or carpool or whatever. It's just basic demand curve in action - as the price increases in a good the quantity demanded tends to decrease. A permanent change in behavior would shift the demand curve over, reducing the quantity demanded at all prices.
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First - that's a lot of money, and if it's at a for-profit institution it's probably not worth it. Keep looking.
If you want to be a therapist, be sure that the degree you're after is a "terminal" degree - not a pathway to a PhD or EdD program. It should have clinical rotations, mentorships that supervise you conducting therapy, and - most important - be a sufficient credential that you can bill third-party insurance and be in-network so your patients can just pay their copay. Not all Masters programs give you that.
Before you commit to psych, at least explore MSW programs that can lead to an LCSW-C, which lets you practice independently. Many, many state universities have MSW programs that would be worth exploring.
Source: BA - Psych, MS - Education/Counseling; 10 years in health insurance, and years experience in therapy.
zoom earnings for 1900% , peloton, Intel, msft. Yoloed big calls in tsla and BA when market went down for weeks
I have a BA in economics, minor in stats. I learned sql on the job and taught myself python to land my first role. But this was back in 2015…the Wild West of DS. I think it’s a little more competitive now for junior positions.
With supply chain experience you could be a supply chain analyst and get some experience writing sql there. I do think for any analyst job you’ll want to know sql. Luckily sql isn’t too tough and there’s lots of good free resources out there! Then once you have some experience as an analyst you could try doing some forecasting using python or R. At that point you have real world ML experience and can apply with success to DS roles. But that’s not the only path to get to a DS role! Lots of different types of DS roles with lots of different skill sets
SPY puts 25%
TSLA puts 15%
LLY puts 5%
the rest: UVXY, SOXS, BA
Just saw BA market cap well under 100B 😮
BA likes to go down more than a woman (or man) in a Lou Reed song.
There is no crash in Ba Sing Se.
The government is taking a to big to fail approach it basically saying we gotta keep the system moving even if it doesn't work or creates problems. There is no war in ba sing se
I'm just a pawn in another NFT scheme, but if someone is dumb enough to buy my free NFT someday that is on them.
Reddit taking the Bored Gape playbook... Give the NFT away to select people (in BA it was celeb/influencers), make it seem like what the cool peeps have so it creates value, have them talk about how much their jpeg has appreciated to create more fomo, sell for 6 figures to plebs who want to flex or think they will get rich flipping jpegs.
Genius biz strategy.
So you're saying if I went to London I'd finally weigh less? ba dum tss
I like your enthusiasm; however, JP is a puppet disguised as a village idiot.
IMHO, housing won't be anything like 2008 - methinks institutions will continue to gravitate towards it because its "real". Derivatives, the casino side bets, is the crux of the problem to the tune of hundreds of trillions of dollars. Normally, JP morgan, citibank, BA would fail and we'd all move on..but they are too powerful to fail. The banks are desperately trying to hide the chicanery by enlisting the help of the CFTC to delay key derivative swap transactions. Since the banks control the politicians and regulators they got what they wanted:
More bad shit will probably go down once the full extent of the swap transactions are realized.
Moreover, this isn't 1979 when inflation could be fixed with a simple interest rate hike. This situation is unprecedented and could get very ugly.
The banks /MMs/brokers/SEC/CFTC are responsible for this mess and they will pin it on the taxpayer because they are too powerful to fail. Remember the banks ultimately control both the politicians and the media; the banks will profit from this. The Banks will always profit because they essentially took over the United States back in 1913 when the federal reserve was created.
Back in the early sixties a young president changed the situation but didn't make it past his term. https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/executive-order-11110-amendment-executive-order-no-10289-amended-relating-the-performance
His executive order was quickly rolled back by his successor.
Nothing will change because this is how the politicians and the 1% will implement "the great reset" where "by 2030 we'll own nothing and be happy". Our president is a member of that special club:
Methinks is best to think of JP and JY as your quasi "mom and dad" and they have absolute control over what the family does because they control the money supply. So, what happens when our happy little household needs to file bankruptcy???
Am starting to try and take things seriously with my portfolio. Also trying to have a bit of dividends stuff too. [UK, 22, 80:20 split]
If anyone has any further info regarding the Bond choices please let me know as I don't quite understand them yet. Im struggling to gain a good explainer on how to pick them.
|Stock (All LSE)|%| |:-|:-| |VHYL or VWRP (I'm not sure yet)|40| |VUCP - USDorate Bond|10| |VUTY - USD Treasury Bond|10| |VFEM - FTSE Emerging Markets|10| |ORIT - Octopus Renewables|4| |DGE - Diageo|4| |BA - BAE Systems|4| |SHEL - Shell|4| |LGEN - Legal and General|4| |BP|4| |NG - National Grid|4| |Unallocated|2|
Lol 😆😂 puts on $ba ? Was that an air max?
Bought googl dis and ba Friday. Bottom is no more than 15% away
Bada ba da daaaaaaa
Im lovin it!
I would be surprised if it did, but we can't rule it out. IMO, BA would be a hell of a deal at $100. People can argue all day long about the effect of EV sales/Tesla on conventional auto manufacturing, but we aren't going to replace commercial jets anytime soon, and I think Boeing is a company the gov't would not allow to fail.
If you like BA, also check out Spirit Aerosystems ($SPR), a major component manufacturer for Boeing (wings, fuselages). Priced attractively rn also.
Seriously BA went below $100 in 2020 but it can’t do that again, right?
I know I am going to regret not buying more DIS, V and BA shares at these prices, but I'm attempting not to repeat my mistake of throwing too much in at once.
Typically credits from an AA or AS transfer. Credits from an AAS (which is more of a technical or workforce degree) do not. My kid is getting an AAS and doesn't plan to go on for a BA. He plans to try to find work after completing the two-year degree. If he ever does go to a four-year college, only 6 of his 20 classes would transfer. It's best to know that going in.
You're also more likely to get classes that transfer if you stay in-state, as many state colleges and community colleges have direct transfer arrangements. In some states, you can easily look up online which community colleges transfer to which college classes at specific state universities before you enroll in anything.
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Here’s the soundtrack
V, DIS, SQ, BA, SPR, VTI, BUD. Will make small buys on all today to lower my cost basis.
there is no reversal in Ba Sing Se
I sold in 2018 at what I thought was “the top”, moved into a dump of a rental we’ve owned since ‘97….still waiting to get a 5br, 4 ba mansion for $12 dollars. Hurry up and collapse already. Quit proppin it.
> the average college graduate salary with an Associate’s degree is $44,100 for 25-34 year olds. Compare this to the average salary of a Bachelor’s degree which is $59,600. Naturally, the average salary of a Master’s degree is higher at $69,700.
My education reached up an MA, but I didn't really work in any of the fields that I studied for. My BA was tangentially related to my first real job but not very close to an exact fit.
But the degrees, IMO, did help a lot, because of prestige value. Especially when I got to a place where I could write my own job description and made sure to include the necessity of an MA. :-)
Not enough 'blood in the streets' yet, so IMO sit tight. BUT IF YOU DO BUY, be wise and buy solid companies that are almost guaranteed not recover, AAPL, MCD, BA, MSFT, (I don't recommend any entertainment or airlines/cruise lines, ect. ) Best of luck to you.
> COVID19 may not be over b
Covid is over Biden said so on 60 minutes.
>Get your booster, its BA.5 variant ready and should help if BA.5 or a related subvariant grows big over this winter
No. They didn't even run human trials on the booster. It was like 8 mice. Also Biden isn't even being boosted with it because suddenly natural immunity is a thing and now they say wait 60 days.
To the rest of this post reads like a bot. The government burned down a church. Then they got someone who was basically mentally ill to cut 1/2 inch off a shotgun.
>Consider the LA Riots alone: nothing today comes close.
I seem to remember some stuff going on in 2020 with looting and burning of a lot or major cities.
>Its completely unrelated to political qualms or risks.
I'd argue otherwise. People are not happy and many people actually showing up to work are pissed. You notice labor productivity is dropping?
We tossed a metric ton of money into circulation and we don't know what the effects are going to be long term. I'm probably dropping out of the labor force in 2 years. I'm sick of working and I expect I'll get a bail out. So if more and more people are just saying screw it the economy is going to have bad time.
If half your portfolio is going to be ETFs and 50% individual stocks, that's great but there has to be more diversification on the individual stock side. I'm not saying massively diversified into every single industry, but 86% or so of the individual stock side being in tech is way too much. I'd also say HEI instead of BA.
> Labor Force Participation rate was comparably high
Yeah, the Baby Boomers are retiring now. Of course LFP is dropping.
> Am I crazy? Have things ever seemed this dismal in the past? Are we on the verge of some sort of reckoning?
Yeah. Its not really that bad yet. Unemployment is really low, US dollar is amazingly strong over the Euro, Yen, and Pound. COVID19 may not be over but BA.5 vaccines were designed and deployed within just a few weeks. (Get your booster, its BA.5 variant ready and should help if BA.5 or a related subvariant grows big over this winter).
> The two party system in the US is more hostile and broken than at any point in my lifetime.
You know that the US economy did great through the Civil Rights era, right? You know, the time when Malcom X + Nation of Islam African Americans were bombing/murdering each other, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, Kennedy was assassinated, etc. etc.
Politically, and geopolitically speaking, we're way more calm compared to the issues of our fathers or grandfathers. Just sit tight, it can get worse, but mostly because its really not bad right now.
How should I rebalance my portfolio? I feel like I'm way too heavily invested in big tech. I'm 30 and this is my Roth IRA so the money isn't moving for another 30 years.
The general construction is a 50/50 ETF/Stock split.
VOO - 42.5% SPHD - 7.5%
GOOGL - 15% MSFT - 14% AMZN - 9% BA - 7% NVDA - 5%
MRs can be transferred to Avios. So unless you fly BA a lot and could take advantage of the benefits a card might provide (free checked bags, higher earning rate on BA flights, etc), then go with MR.
Do you remember
The 21st night of September?
Jpow was changin' the minds of pretenders
While chasin' the bulls away
Our puts were ringin'
In the key that our puts were singin'
As we danced in the night, remember
How the margin calls stole the night away, oh, yeah
Hey, hey, hey
Ba-dee-ya, say, do you remember?
Ba-dee-ya, dancin' in September
Ba-dee-ya, never was a green day
>I purchased them at $440k and they appraised at $490k. If they rented for market at $2,500-2,600 each, the NOI would be $42k at a 6.5 cap (my area seems to be 6.25 to 6.5) yields $650k. Is this an accurate assessment of value?
nobody is going to value a 2br / 1 ba condo based on NOI, they're going to use comps.
BA you’ll be homeless, you can get a nice McMansion right outside Dallas or Houston for like 300K.
When you choose dividend stocks, the most important metrics is CONSISTENCY.
Do you know that even BA and F, kind of good companies, stop paying dividends during bad times?
Looking at one of the tickers you provided, I see that they change their opinion on dividends like JPow about inflation.
In other words, the moment you buy one of those tickers, they most probably will stop paying divs :)
Ba-dee-ya, dee-ya, dee-ya, dee-ya! 🐂📈🚀🌕
My rent in an okay-ish neighborhood in Los Angeles for a 1bed 1 ba is $1500 which is on the lower end of average
Agreed. OP does not appear to have specialized this far:
> My BA is in Political Science with minors in sociology, communications, and media studies.
Not sure what a masters would bring to the table.
There is no war in ba sing se
fuck that. I got 10k in debt relief coming and I have my BA in underwater basket waving emphasis in self fingering expression . I'm good teaching once a week down at the local JC.
I think several valid points are made in this article. I feel you're hyper-focusing on the class warfare aspect, whilst missing the larger issues.
I believe most the fraud, waste, and abuse will come from the colleges themselves. Excerpts from the article:
>the IDR proposal exempts failing programs from existing accountability policies like the Cohort Default Rate rules, which prohibit institutions from participating in federal grant and loan programs if too many of their students default on their loans.
>There’s good evidence for this at for-profit schools. High-price law schools have designed schemes to take advantage of generous debt forgiveness plans called Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs), plans under which universities and students effectively shift the cost of tuition to taxpayers by exploiting debt forgiveness programs. It’s plausible that some institutions will change prices to take advantage of the program.
Schools will undoubtedly scheme ways to maximize their profits. Some would go as far as tricking students into choosing degree tracts the benefit the school's bottom line the most.
Richer families probably will benefit the most: >The data shows that roughly half of Americans with some college experience but not a BA would qualify for zero payments under the proposal
>That means that the federal government will pay twice as much to subsidize the rent of a Columbia graduate student than it will for a low-income individual under the Section 8 housing voucher program
I absolutely love the idea behind Biden's. I just think the execution is flawed.
A philosophy major might pay off if you end up going to law school. With an AA or BA in philosophy you can make interesting quotes as a barista at Starbucks.
STEM certainly isn't for everyone. May I suggest a business or perhaps a marketing degree? Maybe accounting if being a CPA sounds interesting.
Seems like this whole generation is bound to lose the money for decades all the grandfathers handed them over money made by investing 25-40 years out….Coke Marriott Apple BA & the like : they just don’t understand I don’t think they will ever get it
Yes, that is indeed the cause.
Although I think it may be necessary to do more to make something which has already become a phenomenon disappear.
5-10% of lifetime income is way too high, for something which should cost no more than 21 000 USD.
I think the right solution is to cap fees for a BA/BSc to somewhere around 20 000 USD.
Market seems to be on a 'one step forward, 2 steps ba-falls off the cliff' phase
Og vax causes ADE 👇
New bivalent vax is half og and half ba.5
Og half still causes ADE
=> shit efficacy
Lockdowns and stimmy return
Does BA ever go up without rounding down to a new low
Dropping out of college 4 times before finally getting my BA in Spanish Literature from a state school most noted for its basketball program at 28 years old. Totally worked out.
Yes, I’ve asked my parents to send me their property insurance, taxes, mortgage etc… I don’t think they have it organized, which is part of the problem. However, their main issues are vacancies. The property was newly renovated 3br, 1.5 ba, modern cottage with breathtaking views, there’s no reason for any vacancies. It’s affordable due to its size but still we had some vacancies during PEAK season! In one review about the property on their website, the tenant visiting from the NE complained that they saw a waterbug (cockroach) and as a result, felt the house was gross but loved everything else about the property. Instead of writing in the comments that they apologize for the inconvenience, and that they will improve for next time, they said that next time they book, please take a look at their other properties. I’m almost tempted to raise a lawsuit for a breach of fiduciary duties of loyalty!
Your wrong. Minmum wage is way to low. A living wage needs be minmum so a person can live and not poor (add up house payment/rent + food + health insurance + dental insurance + vision insurance + water bill + electric bill + Yearly clothing costs + car maintance costs, gas bill, fuel for car, medical drugs cost + Day Care + car insurance + unfotseen expenses + Tax for car+home etc + home repair + cleaning supplies + toothbrush and toothpaste + yard equipment + water filter replacement + maybe you get a speeding ticket + break a bone or get sick + pet vet bills + vacation money + ETC ETC ) YOU SEE MY POINT!!! 35$ an hour at 40 hours a week, at today cost of living is not enough for 1 person to live PROPERLY on thier own.
College educated people BA and Masters are massively underpaid, while PHD and MD are paid very well. Its not hard to understand. Most people do not calculate the cost of living correctly and ONLY calculate the minmum cost of Surviving. Surviving is NOT living.
Ba.. dum .bump... chsss... goes the drummer.