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I have that EXACT problem.

What I do is make a list.

And then pick the one that is going to be a) fast to start, b) fast to get traction and c) be scalable.

Then I kick start it.

Once I get traction, I build a team. Put in an Ops/CEO-type.

And move on to the next idea.

Schedule 1/2 a day a week with Ops/CEO to review stats/goals and the plan for the week.

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You really can. My buddy got the XL version of this and it doesn't even fit on his counter.

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this is important especially for the stock that was falling recently, i.e. $C. When it was announced that BRK.B was buying suddenly others started to buy as they figure out that the price probably found support.

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C U Next Tuesday

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Sorry bro options work like that :c try to do something else to get ur mind off of this

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#R E C E S S I O N

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how the fuck is $C dipping on a day like this???

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Y’all ready for the 5 point jump in the next 10 minutes?

O R G A N I C

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I'll give you my answer as a marketing consultant.

a) I got into this industry because there are so many bad marketing consultants lol

b) a good marketing consultant should take the time to understand what your market is and how to appeal to them, then they would help you craft a campaign to target each segment of the market

c) good marketing consultants cost around $125 an hour or more, some marketing consultants also charge by the service, by project, or with a monthly retainer (I do this)

Do you need a marketing consultant? Only if you have reached the end of your marketing wits. Marketing isn't actually that hard so you can do most of it yourself. The only thing you need to consider is whether or not it's worth your time

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$5k covers 3-4 months of your mortgage payment, car payment, food, utilities, cell phone bill, etc? Remember hard blows usually come in pairs. Economy is bad, you get laid off, A/C in the house breaks down and tenant stops paying rent for example.

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R E C E S S I O N C A N C E L L E D

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Think what you want. As for me, I will NEVER trust the (S)erving (E)lite (C)rooks.

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I'm not reading a tesla blog post as a credible source. They sued musk iver it, overcourse they will cover up their tacks. This was all civered in the book ludicrous by third psrty sources and ex employees. Im done eith you cultists. C ya

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My wife has the 17” Gram. Less than three pounds and has a nice 1440p screen, and the overall footprint is less than my 15” Alienware M15. It can use a tiny USB C charger the size of an iPad charger. Not good for games, but fast otherwise. Samsung Galaxy Book 2 is similarity light, but I haven’t personally used one to compare.

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What are you talking about? I've got an AS in Information Systems and a BS in CS. I took 2 semesters of C++, 2 semesters of Java, 2 semesters of Software Engineering (which included coding), 1 semester of data structures (which included coding), 2 semesters of system design (which included coding), 2 semesters of database design (which included coding, albeit in SQL-ish), 2 semesters of independent study of coding (to learn Objective-C), 1 semester of game design (including coding), 1 semester of machine language coding, and that's all I can think of off the top of my head a decade and a half later.

Not every CS major will decide to structure their education around programming but just saying it "isn't about programming" is wrong and misguided.

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Citigroup’s $C bear market model says it may be time to buy the dip. The S&P 500 is currently down 15.4% YTD, are you buying the dip?

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Move to San Deigo, at least you dont need A/C

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I also assumed their program was poor. IT was, dirt cheap, no admission requirement, accredit university. My entire graduating class (not jus the MIS people), was only around 300.

In undergrad there was one programming class. It covered c++ and java. i dont recall what i built for c++, but for java it was a timer app.

In the graduate classes i did learn quite a bit about project management and SQL. Just not how to quote, invoice, etc. On the SQL side it was only about queries. Not how to build, setup, or manage databases.

Full Disclosure, this all was more than 10 years ago, so my memory may not be 100%. It appears Student loans are a trigger for me. I even work for a nonprofit, and PSLF denied my forgiveness program. No explanation. I have to lawyer up to get that figured out.

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Yes. Python, C, R.

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I've got Python, bash, and C

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Should I hold my $890 C 6/03?

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There's a couple things going on here:

A) Warren Buffett doesn't announce stock purchases or sales. He (and by that I mean Berkshire Hathaway) is required to disclose purchases and sales quarterly, usually because of their size (you do not need to publicly disclose small purchases but you do when they're of the magnitude Berks normally deals in). These disclosures are then picked up by financial media and reported on, and that is what you see in the news, rather than announcements.

B) if he did pre-announce, yes, that would definitely affect stock prices, and indeed lots of people do copy Warren's purchases in the hopes of benefiting from his wisdom, but since it's reported well after the purchase, they are late to the party.

C) the purchases of Berks size can themselves drive the price up, however specialist traders and brokers are hired to carry out large purchases and sales. Their skill lies in drip feeding trades and distorting buy/sell signals (which other traders could see and exploit) over a period of time specifically so that they influence the price as little as possible. A single massive block trade could easily overwhelm available liquidity and crash or explode the price if attempted at a single point in time.

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I see the market primarily as an amalgamation of different probabilities that various participants are trying to front-run across various timespans.

Meaning, I think it's less about some potential chain of causal fundamental events (A leads to B leads to C), and more about how everybody else in the market is behaving in response to these perceived events.

For example, the daily volumes have decreased enough that I think most have exited their positions, anticipating further declines, while put volume has been persistently high. However, that itself puts a damper on additional declines since it creates a game of lemmings where the first large batch to cash in on their short positions triggers a cascade of covering.

Seeing market participants behave this way leads me to believe that we may never reach a satisfactory capitulation, and instead bounce around in frustrating ranges.

Regardless of whether you decide to DCA or lump-sum, it might be wise to be mindful that the price action may not resemble recent years' (ie sudden, sharp decline followed by slow but steady recovery)

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Bought spy 4/20 c for 5/31 lol with my profits so easy come easy go woooo

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BT C died for our gains

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1.9 to 1 AVG OI SPY P to C

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Search a random ticker and if it has C in it buy call. P in it buy put. Easy win.

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I would recommend you stop trading options until you read John C Hull's famous introductory book to derivatives: Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives.

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Hardy… would you sell your GME 950 C prior to a stock dividend since those adjusted options would be illiquid?

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Yep, my wife got a random bill from an anesthesiologist that wasn’t even involved in her emergent c-section like two years after the fact. She called and talked to someone, it got sorted out. If she hadn’t called and talked to someone… well, you get the picture.

Most likely it is a consulting fee, like the physician’s professional billing for additional services but I have no clue and anyone who says otherwise is just speculating.

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Signup to get your $750 in your Cash App.

https://go2affm.com/c/?p=18329&o=4385

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For all the barista FIRE aficionados ....

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> The big difficulty with China economic news is that there is a tendency to be a large discrepancy on > > > > a) What they say they WILL do > > > > b) What they ACTUALLY do > > > > c) What they report that they HAVE done

Sounds familiar...

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Hi!

So, let’s break this down.

  1. AT LEAST 140% of the float was sold short. It could’ve been (likely was) much more back then, due to numbers being fudged, as well as self-reporting. SHFs manipulate data to make the situation seem more miniscule than it actually is (e.g. real inflation rates being manipulated by the gov.; CPI deflates the real rate by having substitution bias, etc.). Also, more recently, SHF Archegos owner, Bill Hwang, as well as co-conspirators, were indicted by the DOJ for manipulating their data and artificially inflating their positions to take our billion-dollar loans from banks. They artificially pumped their portfolio from $1.5 billion to $35 billion. Here’s the press release straight from the DOJ: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/four-charged-connection-multibillion-dollar-collapse-archegos-capital-management

So, you say you trust this type of data provided by MMs, SHFS, etc. (as you cite it), yet there’s tons of evidence that this data has been (and continues to be) manipulated. So, yes, I would rather trust a legitimate Ape on Reddit, than a corrupt ‘financial advisor’ or self-reported data.

Now, let’s talk about covering. You mention the SEC Report, but you have omitted the fact that the SEC states on pages 29 and 42 that the runup in January, 2021 was pure FOMO and had nothing to do with short positions being closed. “As noted above, though, staff did not find evidence of a gamma squeeze in GME during January 2021”-SEC Report, pg. 29.

Why do you think they had to shut down the buy button on January 28 and tank the stock by doubling down on their shorts? Because if the price continued to rise, they’d get margin called and ACTUALLY have to start closing their positions.

Notice how I use the word closed. This is because “covering” and “closing” mean two completely different things.

Investopedia: “The act of covering does not necessarily mean closing the position. To cover is to take a defensive action to lower the risk exposure of a position, investment, or portfolio of investments.

Close or closing, by contrast, suggests that the risk is being fully eliminated by exiting the position creating exposure.” https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cover.asp

I don’t care if they covered. I care if they closed their positions. SHFs have million dollar lawyers that use specific words for a reason. Go and see if they ever used the word “closed” or if they only ever said “covered”.

  1. This is so dumb. How tf are you an “OG” again, and you don’t know this? They CHANGED the formula for SI right after the January, 2021 GME runup!!! We’ve known this for the past year. Atobitt even did a DD mentioning it recently ("The Smoking Gun" DD).

Again, this is a very ridiculous point to make.

  1. FTDs got hidden through a variety of means (swaps, puts, ETFs, etc.).

After I just explained to you that the true SI got hidden right after the January, 2021 run up, it’s not hard to piece together that other pieces of data started getting hidden as well.

Lastly, I see that you call yourself an “OG GME trader”. So you were never an Ape from the start, just a trader, whether trading for or against GameStop. This is exactly why you will miss out on generational wealth. That, and the fact that you’re completely oblivious to the reality of the situation.

THE MEDIA HAS LITERALLY BEEN SAYING THAT MEMES STOCKS POSE RISKS TO FINANCIAL STABILITY IN THE MARKET.

WHY TF IS BUYING AND HOLDING GME HURTING THE MARKET IF HEDGE FUNDS CLOSED THEIR SHORT POSITIONS?

ANSWER: THEY DIDN’T & ARE AT RISK OF BANKRUPTCY, CAUSING A RIPPLE EFFECT ON THE GREATER MARKET.

This is why IBKR Chair Peterffy said in January, 2021 that he was afraid if GME continued to rise, they’d be a massive wave of bankruptcies. The squeeze had yet to squoze. Period.

If you can’t understand that after reading this, then imo you’re just a malicious actor spreading misinformation, and there’s no point for me to further waste my time trying to explain anything to you.

You can take this information and do something with it, or don’t. Up to you whether or not you want to be on the right side of history and create generational wealth.

Peace.

P.S. There's many other sources I wanted to share with you, but am unable to bc it's getting shadowbanned, but if you'd like more sources to the statements I made, I can DM them to you.

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So, you say you trust this type of data provided by MMs, SHFS, etc. (as you cite it), yet there’s tons of evidence that this data has been (and continues to be) manipulated. So, yes, I would rather trust a legitimate Ape on Reddit, than a corrupt ‘financial advisor’ or self-reported data.

Now, let’s talk about covering. You mention the SEC Report, but you have omitted the fact that the SEC states on pages 29 and 42 that the runup in January, 2021 was pure FOMO and had nothing to do with short positions being closed. “As noted above, though, staff did not find evidence of a gamma squeeze in GME during January 2021”-SEC Report, pg. 29.

Why do you think they had to shut down the buy button on January 28 and tank the stock by doubling down on their shorts? Because if the price continued to rise, they’d get margin called and ACTUALLY have to start closing their positions.

Notice how I use the word closed. This is because “covering” and “closing” mean two completely different things.

Investopedia: “The act of covering does not necessarily mean closing the position. To cover is to take a defensive action to lower the risk exposure of a position, investment, or portfolio of investments.

Close or closing, by contrast, suggests that the risk is being fully eliminated by exiting the position creating exposure.” https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cover.asp

I don’t care if they covered. I care if they closed their positions. SHFs have million dollar lawyers that use specific words for a reason. Go and see if they ever used the word “closed” or if they only ever said “covered”.

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The markets are in a chaotic state right now solely for a couple of reasons: rising inflation and rising interest rates.

Those two factors, if not reigned-in by the federal agencies, can lead to a recession.

A recession is defined by two quarters of economic shrinking of the economy.

So you can see the importance of getting those two factors under control.

At the moment, it is not crystal clear if the conditions are guaranteed for a recession. The likelihood is quite high (i.e., rising interest rates and rising inflation), but as yet it's not been two quarters of economic shrinkage.

So while we are in a period of uncertainty, stocks are vacillating - one indicator is announced indicating things are ok and stocks rise, a few days later an indicator implies the opposite. But the general trend is downwards as we get closer to two negative quarter.

Therefore for you...why rush into anything right now? Every time the fed raise interest rates to reign in inflation, stocks will drop. And they have already stated they will raise rates at least 2 more times this year. People say "the rate increases are priced-in"...hmm, look at the drop that happened after the last increase earlier this month. The prices will keep dropping.

Once the fed feels confident that they have got "everything under control" - i.e., they have raised rates enough that they are not seeing inflation rising any more - then and only then will we start seeing prices stabilise, or rather, they will stop falling and probably go sideways for a good long period. Now that is when you can start investing your recent windfall, because that's when prices will be at their rock-bottom.

Don't rush into it. Don't expect it to happen as soon as you want to spend. Don't get into a buying frenzy. Recessions give you many opportunities to buy, and there's not really much advantage at being the first to buy in, that just means you'll be the longest without any profit. You don't have to nail the perfect lowest point. Just buying "low" will be enough for you to make a big profit when the rise kicks in. But most people get too excited and blow their whole cash reserves way too soon, and then miss subsequent drops. And there's also nothing wrong with not deploying every single penny you have. It's good to have some cash just in case you're wrong with a thesis. Buy in tranches - put say a third into a stock you've got your eye in, then wait and see what it does, then buy the next Thurs and wait, etc. Hopefully your average price will make you feel happier than throwing the whole lot in on one price and the watching it drop x% below that the next day!

Take your time. You don't make money on buying. You do t make money on the selling. You make money in the waiting (said a certain C. Munger, I believe)

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https://youtube.com/c/esInvests

I think you’ll find healthy discussion regarding this on this channel. There is a lot that goes into coming to an informed opinion on the current state of market. Additionally, new information comes to light every day, you have to take everything in context.

Disclaimer: It is not my channel, I just find it useful.

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This gives a complete list of documents you need. You need EITHER one document from list A, or one document from list B AND one document from list C.

You don't have to have a physical copy of your social security card, but you must have a Social Security number.

Any legit employer is going to ask you for these documents and to fill out an I-9 form.

List of documents

Keep these documents in a secure place, not just some random spot in your room or car.

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OP, please do research on your field and how they treat grades Getting a 4.0 can be a collosal waste of time in a lot of fields. Most fields, really. It's far, far better to spend that time networking with people who may be able to advance your career later or improving a necessary skill in your field. Getting an A instead of a C in some bullshit history elective could not possibly be a bigger waste of time for most people.

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The train has run its course I say.

Wanting to export to West but stealing tech and trade secrets at the same time? Even the slowest C-level guys will figure out that it will huet their personal incomes in the long run.

Wanting to have Western money in your economy but screwing Western investors first every time there is an issue or not suupoeting auditing standards? Even the slowest investors will figure out that they eill get fleeced investing into China.

Etc etc. Economies are based on trust and ability to make money. Taking away one and not building the other will hurt you down the line and it is extremely difficy to build trust especially. But hey - you want to invest in China? Go for it, but then fo not crying home when you lose most of it.

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I’ve got 550 DIS at c/a $115 so I’m gonna have to disagree here

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Equity P/C slowly going up, but not high enough for bottom (.63)

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She was also L7 at Google and L8 at Amazon prior to joining GME.

Being paid in stock options is VERY common in the tech industry. That's not the least bit reflective of their belief in the stock. It's mostly done for tax benefit.

Also, a side note about insider buying/selling: Since RC literally replaced the whole GME C-suite only recently, executives cannot sell all their shares yet (vesting period). Until then, the number of insider selling will be suppressed compared to other companies that didn't have such a change.

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Jimmy C. gets his tips from them I heard

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To piggyback off of this excellent comment, one other advantage of the 15 year, assuming you are confident your situation will hold and you can make the payments over the 15 years, is its easier to pay a bill than put $ into savings.

Yes, auto-transfer helps. And yes some people can flawlessly execute such a plan, but human nature being what it is, most people are not great at doing that with disposable income.

Cutting against the 15 year is a home repair budget, be it the unavoidable needed repairs; aesthetic optional upgrades; or fix for sale b/c you need to move costs.

In a pinch you may be able to sell and move. Home values and rents then come into lay in your budget.

From there the variables get out of hand and you’ll need an actuary to do the math, disclaim their findings, and tell you as a set of 1 anything is possible.

(Sorry the first 3 paragraphs are meant to be helpful and the rest informed silly.)

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Price of fuel = guns ^ ∫ x n .dx = x n + 1 / (n + 1) + C

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I went through something similar last year. Boss announced retirement. I was promoted (alongside another colleague) and we split his responsibilities. It was about 40% more work for 10% more pay. There was no period of negotiation. It was just basically thrust upon me. Our C-suite (whom I report to now) has not been helpful, despite me bringing up some concerns with the overall scope of this new role, the resources in my department, process improvements that would benefit the team, etc. It’s all fallen on deaf ears.

It’s been a miserable existence ever since. The only silver lining is that the new title has enabled me to job search for lateral roles at other companies that pay significantly more with fewer responsibilities (on paper, at least.) I’ve been in the role for about 18 months now and about three weeks ago, I updated my resume and started applying to a few places. I have two interviews lined up for next week.

I’m confident that I can land one of these roles I’m interviewing for. When that happens, it will have made the past 18 stressful months worth jt.

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Just to get the terminology correct, you shouldn't be filing two 1040s unless you're married filing separately. If you're filing jointly, you should have one Form 1040, which has attached two Schedules C and two Schedules SE. Sch C being the form for listing business income and expenses, Sch SE being the form for calculating the "self-employment tax" portion of your taxes.

> Are there any specific things to look out for or do I just file a standard amendment with the two SE 1040s again and hope it sticks this time?

Just file amended returns and double check them before you file. You're responsible for the accuracy of what you file, so you really do need to look at the IRS forms the software produces and see if they're right before you submit anything. Even on a joint return, Schedule SE only applies to one individual since it counts towards your individual SSA account, so make sure you both have separate ones and the right numbers are on them.

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vitamin c, thank me later

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Regardless of the answers you get here, I would learn to do your own due diligence and not rely on posting to Reddit or BiggerPockets.

I don’t mean that in a harsh way but because if real estate investing was even remotely as simple as asking some strangers where the next hot place was then everyone would do it. For every person buying a duplex in a C market saying to buy “here” there are million and billion dollar firms who are looking at data that says to invest “there”

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C

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I would agree, i don't see c I Costco going anywhere anytime soon.

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img there's a shit load spy p's exp tomorrow below 406 and about equal pressure on c side

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Very bad, try something with C

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Chicago is Siberia. Can't imagine people naming Phoenix weather "horrendous". Originating from Russia I can legitimately say: winter is horrendous, everything else is manageable. You can withstand hot+humid or hot+dry climate without A/C (I tried up to 117 F) but you cannot withstand winter without heating. Passing the freezing point adds costs (winter/summer tires, different clothing, anti-snow reagents destroy soles and tires, etc).

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This is info from the article behind the paywall:

Dividend stocks have trounced the market this year. Here are 15 high-yield stocks expected to raise payouts the most through 2024

> The stock market, shocked by the Federal Reserve’s policy changes to fight inflation, has been gored this year, with growth and technology companies bearing the brunt of the biggest declines. Dividend stocks, in contrast, have actually risen.

> Below is a screen of the components of the S&P 500 High Yield Index expected to raise their quarterly dividend payouts the most over the next two years. The current dividend yields aren’t necessarily very high. But a rapid increase in payouts may bode well for overall performance as the increases imply healthy cash-flow trends.

> First, check out this comparison of total returns (with dividends reinvested) for the the SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 High Dividend ETF SPYD and the SPDR S&P 500 ETF SPY

> That performance for the high-dividend group — a total return of 3.5% this year through May 24 — has been nothing short of breathtaking when you consider that the S&P 500 has dropped 17.1%.

Components of the High Yield Index

> Starting with the full S&P 500 SPX, +1.99%, S&P Dow Jones Indices narrows the list to 80 stocks with the highest indicated dividend yields for the next 12 months. The High Yield Index is rebalanced semi-annually.

Click here for S&P Dow Jones Indices’ description of the S&P 500 High Yield Index, then click on the fact sheet and methodology for more information.

Screening for dividend stocks

> The components of the S&P 500 High Yield Index have dividend yields ranging from 1.98% (Baker Hughes Co. BKR, +3.86% ) to 8.42% (Lumen Technologies Inc. LUMN, +2.84%. (Lumen had been known as CenturyLink until it was renamed in September 2020. The company cut its dividend payout by more than 50% in February 2019, showing that investors need to dig in with further research, especially if a stock has a very high current yield).

> In comparison, the S&P 500 has a weighted dividend yield of 1.63%, according to FactSet.

[Stocks screened for] highest expected dividend increases

> Here are the 15 companies in the S&P 500 High Yield Index expected to increase their annual dividend ("div") payouts the most through 2024, based on consensus estimates among analysts polled by FactSet:

Company | ticker | Current div | Annual div rate | Est. 2023 div | Est. 2024 div | 2-year Est. div increase
:--|:--:|:--:|:--:|:--:|:--:|--:
EOG Resources Inc. | EOG | 2.32% | $3.00 | $3.09 | $5.72 | 47.6%
PPL Corp. | PPL | 2.68% | $0.80 | $1.03 | $1.10 | 27.0%
M&T Bank Corp | MTB | 2.84% | $4.80 | $5.34 | $6.27 | 23.5%
Regions Financial Corp | RF | 3.33% | $0.68 | $0.79 | $0.87 | 22.3%
Omnicom Group Inc. | OMC | 4.03% | $2.80 | $3.18 | $3.51 | 20.3%
Baker Hughes Company | BKR | 1.98% | $0.72 | $0.78 | $0.89 | 18.9%
Amgen Inc. | AMGN | 3.08% | $7.76 | $8.32 | $9.52 | 18.5%
Principal Financial Group Inc | PFG | 3.64% | $2.56 | $2.82 | $3.10 | 17.5%
Citizens Financial Group Inc. | CFG | 4.03% | $1.56 | $1.72 | $1.88 | 17.0%
Welltower Inc. | WELL | 2.76% | $2.44 | $2.64 | $2.92 | 16.4%
Viatris Inc. | VTRS | 4.16% | $0.48 | $0.50 | $0.57 | 15.8%
Ventas Inc | VTR | 3.20% | $1.80 | $1.98 | $2.13 | 15.5%
Huntington Bancshares Inc. | HBAN | 4.62% | $0.62 | $0.67 | $0.73 | 15.4%
Altria Group Inc. | MO | 6.80% | $3.60 | $3.98 | $4.25 | 15.3%
Citigroup Inc | C | 3.87% | $2.04 | $2.20 | $2.40 | 15.1%
Source: FactSet

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Reminder: Roaring Kitty still has all his stuff up. https://www.youtube.com/c/RoaringKitty

Bonus material to make yourself less fucking stupid:

How Money Works https://www.youtube.com/c/HowMoneyWorks

Nassim Taleb https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8uY6yLP9BS4BUc9BSc0Jww Taleb's not light watching so you may need to get your advanced math skills up to speed to follow him easily. At minimum, try to understand the implications of Ito calculus because it informs a lot of Taleb's complaints about people not hedging against events that are unpredictable but expected on long timelines.

There's also a lot of Taleb elsewhere on YT: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=nassim+taleb

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Awwww c u tomorrow bb

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Guys I give up.

Market is rigged. Fuck this shit. I'm not wasting any more time or money.

^(C u tmrow)

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Not sure about Chicago specifically, but here is Wisconsin you have heat season and cooling season, and very few days in between. Summers in the upper midwest can get very hot and humid and a/c is definitely a good thing.

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Is this his: A) ANGRY FACE B)SAD FACE C)CONFUSED FACE D)I JUST SH!T MY PANTS FACE E) ALL OF THE FRIGGEN ABOVE

PROLLY WONT RESPOND BUT ALL ANSWERS ARE ACCEPTABLE BUT "E" IS WHAT THE LOWER HALF OF THIS DUDE DESCRIBES IN DETAIL

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Honestly the best way to learn coding, at least for me is to be goal oriented. I've done udacity, udemy and YouTube courses and while they are all OK for the basics I find it really difficult to stay interested.

On the other hand, if you decide "I want to make an app to do X Y and Z", you are way more driven to learn how to get your end result.

There is an old series called "codegasm" on YouTube which is only about 5 episodes teaching you some basics in c# in visual studio. They are really good beginner projects and really helped me think "oh I could adapt this to do this other cool thing".

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No, rebuild the infrastructure so you can have efficient public transit, walkable neighbourhoods and bike infrastructure. They build cities so you have to own a car. It’s to screw over the American people and make them dependent on gas companies and car companies.

https://youtube.com/c/NotJustBikes

Check out this channel

https://youtube.com/c/NotJustBikes

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Not true at all. The Netherlands was full of cars. Than they had protested because too many children were getting killed.

https://youtube.com/c/NotJustBikes

This Chanel is great to learn about this and many other things related to this subject.

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Vote for the worst part of 2022?

A> Joe Rogan died

B> Costco hotdog raised to $4

C> Cramer retirement

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P R I C E D I N

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#R E C E S S I O N

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>Our weekly #BalanceSheet update: federalreserve.gov/releases/h41/c… #FedData

^Federal ^Reserve ^@federalreserve ^at ^2022-05-26 ^16:30:52 ^EDT-0400

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My friends know i don't work and suspect something but never ask, i enjoy the relationship we have and it's all i ask for .

People in the streets think I'm poor or probably homeless. I do not bother to much about how i dress and it doesn't help.

I have been asked many times to change queues when i register at the airport in business class.

I have been looked down on by some posh woman once while boarding the priority line once in Bangkok.

I didn't bother , I have learned that i have nothing to prove to anyone.

That is the key you don't have to show you are wealthy that is for either the ultra rich or the poor .

The poor do it for social acceptance, we aren't poor but we aren't ultra rich .

So just go live your life and whoever judges you can go suck whale c#€&@

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Great day. Picked up SPY 406c 6/10 @ 4.39, unloaded @ 8.20 on the last peak. Doubled on some p's and one more c on the eod slide

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FML. C U guys in 'tomorrow moves'....

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I never said what she did is against the law. Lol I just said that if she wanted to have legally binding proof that she was intending to donate that money, then her pledge (which is an action preceding a donation or an adjective defining money that is to be donated at a later date) would have been accompanied by written documentation and it would have been the end of that. She wouldn't have been a liar as her pledge currently is nothing more than a "I publicly declared it to be donated at some point."

Akin to this type of declaration which holds no actual weight beyond notifying the public.

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I thought it was a good question. It's like in a sports ball game where the announcers talk about how Team A can win the game. They need to do A, B, and C. And the other announcer says no, it's A, B, and D.

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I made bones, had fist fulls of TQQQ 29 AND 30 C

Imma go PUTS 5/27

ARKK 42

SPY 404

TQQQ 31

1500 in each

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To clarify what some folks here have been telling you:

A Statute of Limitations (SoL) is what is referred to as an Affirmative Defense. If someone sues you, and it applies, if you go to court and show that the alleged debt is time-barred under the SoL, you automatically win (and the judge is likely pissed off at plaintiff's attorney for wasting their time). Most legitimate debtholders won't attempt to sue for time-barred debt b/c of that (in California, bills/debt notices even have to include a disclaimer if the debt is past the SoL), but it isn't unheard of for some of the scammier debt collectors to sue in hopes that you don't show up to the court date and they win a default judgment (forfeiting the SoL as a defense).

A quick google search indicates that Beryl isn't actually a law firm, but some kind of process server + other forms of debt collection. You might want to try getting in touch with Chase to let them know that some rogue debt collector is threatening you with non-existent or time-barred debt that they claim is theirs.

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Citi stock. $C

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The big difficulty with China economic news is that there is a tendency to be a large discrepancy on

a) What they say they WILL do

b) What they ACTUALLY do

c) What they report that they HAVE done

Right now, the only consensus is probably that these announcements are mainly political maneuvering ahead of the run up to the next big CCP election later this year.

Their PMI is below 50, lockdowns are unpopular, consumer confidence appears low and the only thing these announcements appear to be is funding more construction. By all accounts, they already have too much construction and not enough consumer spending.

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I found this in good taste, but not yet…

SPY P/C still 1.5, lots of 🐻 🐼🐨 left out there

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Once TSLA breaks $707.50 it’s c ya later time

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Feel good about my strategy today:

Amzn 4x 2200 6/10 C at open

GME 10x 145 5/27 P at 146

TSLA 3x 715 5/27 P at 716

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Haha I am glad I don’t work in corporate any more. I did some coaching yesterday with a guy who was struggling to get buy in from the C-Suite on his technology strategy. I nearly fainted when he showed me the 60 slide PowerPointless deck he had used in his presentation 😂. He couldn’t figure out what they didn’t like it 🤷🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️.

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Even the AMC C-suite doesn’t believe in the company they’re running bruh.

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Came back to this thread to say C&FU.

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The chorus of those wanting a weaker labor market is getting louder and louder.

After the recent job numbers were released last week, Bank of America analysts said in a note they are essentially "rooting against the home team" and hope the numbers stop being so strong. As higher wages contribute to inflation, the Federal Reserve appears to agree.

“Chair Powell keeps mentioning the relationship between the high level of job openings and wage/price inflation,” Nicholas Colas, co-founder of DataTrek, wrote in a newsletter on Tuesday. “He’s not talking to investors. He’s talking to corporate America, and his goal is to have companies essentially institute a hiring freeze and end the cycle of paying up for new hires.”

“[Freezes] typically [happen] when C-suites and boards decide that business conditions have become very uncertain. The Fed doesn’t have a seat at those discussions, but it does have the blunt force tool of rate policy and its effect on stock prices,” Colas said. “Chair Powell has made it clear that he wants to see openings decline.”

The big question is by how much — and whether it will be enough to whip out the “R” word?

Harris wrote if the strength stays at the 200,000 openings per month pace we’ve seen, “the Fed will need to push job growth down to ~25k per month.”

But, Harris added, “If the labor force has slowed to a more trend-like 100k then they will need to push job growth to negative 70k. That is, they would need to trigger a mild recession.”

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Eh it’s fine. There’s more later. That job probably sucked anyway c

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held calls Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday... F U C K

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There’s a better chance he takes it out of Tesla because Tesla public and any withdraw from space c would slow down the pace of their goals cause by low cash

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More like C average in high school. Maybe 1% of people here have a background in finance anymore. Used to be filled with finance pros/engineers/data scientists/etc etc. smart people making ridiculously dumb trades.

now it's just dumb people making dumb trades.

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Smells like c average university finance major in here

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Is there something I'm missing in my analysis then? I'm making about the same as the original poster with a slightly increased mortgage and if I was offered a salary like he was, I don't know if I would make the same decision and stay put.

I'm not of the mind that home ownership is that necessary and as long as I could acquire housing at a similar level of quality that I have right now (3b/1b, about 1300sf) for a proportional monthly cost (maybe something like this), then it would make sense for me to jump. Not to mention if I am able to max out my pre-tax deductions and still have a lot of monthly surplus to dump into more post-tax investments as well. I feel like even being there for 5-7.5 years and moving back to the midwest would skyrocket my retirement goals.

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I guess I just wouldn't be too upset about home ownership in SF if I was able to max out all my pre-tax investments and still have quite a bit of surplus for some post-tax investing as well.

And I might just not be understanding the "small 1br" quips that people seem to be throwing in this post, but can you verify some of these listings for me? I would personally feel very comfortable living in any of these units and all are under the budget I listed at the top:

Unit 1 - 5.1K/month, 3b/2b 1600sf

Unit 2 - 4.4K/month, 3b/1b 1272sf

Unit 3 - 5.8K/month, 3b/1.5b 2100sf

Unit 4 - 6.0K/month, 3b/3b 1963sf

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Since every option I buy I lose money I’ve decided to random generate three letters and if the letters are a stock and they have a C in it buy a call. If they have a P buy a put. Here’s to TSC 🚀🚀

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Here is Investopedia explaining covering isn't closing.

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cover.asp#:~:text=The%20act%20of%20covering%20does%20not%20necessarily%20mean,fully%20eliminated%20by%20exiting%20the%20position%20creating%20exposure.

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A B C D G M E

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Tip - if you want to use technical analysis on $ARKK - don't bother.

The make-up of that ETF is far worse today than it was two years ago. As there has been quite a large amount of selling of decent companies to buy relatively poor companies.

I'd just look at the composite of that fund - see what's down c.85% from ATH and buy those aiming for a quick bounce.

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Goog, para, c, gm, spg, ba, and fb are very cheap

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