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Cigna Corporation

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94.259BMarket CAP
1.39%Div Yield
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2023-01-30

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2023-01-31

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$AMGN | Amgen Inc: 4.27% | 3.59% | 3.41%

$CAT | Caterpillar Inc: 4.65% | 11.59% | 4.54%

$MCD | McDonalds Corp: 3.46% | 2.93% | 3.26%

$MCO | Moodys Corp: 5.01% | 7.74% | 5.83%

$XOM | Exxon Mobil Corp: 3.12% | 1.53% | 3.75%

$GM | General Motors Company: 4.5% | 4.46% | 6.96%

$SYK | Stryker Corp: 3.42% | 3.47% | 5.9%

$PFE | Pfizer Inc: 3.59% | 1.85% | 4.36%

$SNAP | Snap Inc: 22.84% | 35.48% | 20.07%

$MDLZ | Mondelez International Inc: 3.53% | 0.47% | 3.24%

$UPS | United Parcel Service: 6.05% | 2.4% | 6.34%

2023-02-01

$GSK | : 2.63% | 0.75% | 4.05%

$TMUS | T Mobile US Inc: 5.16% | 6.34% | 5.02%

$META | : 7.61% | 24.38% | 9.9%

$TMO | Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc: 3.62% | 1.97% | 4.58%

$MO | Altria Group Inc: 3.23% | 0.43% | 2.79%

$WM | Waste Management: 3.51% | 3.35% | 2.92%

$NVS | : 2.32% | 1.23% | 3.58%

2023-02-02

$AMZN | Amazon com: 7.32% | 8.03% | 8.41% $AAPL | Apple Inc: 4.69% | 9.28% | 4.69%

$BMY | Bristol Myers Squibb Co: 3.41% | 2.73% | 3.04%

$COP | ConocoPhillips: 4.28% | 4.87% | 4.25%

$F | Ford Motor Company: 5.67% | 5.59% | 6.63%

$LLY | Eli Lilly and Co: 4.13% | 2.43% | 4.21%

$EL | Estee Lauder Companies Inc: 5.73% | 5.87% | 7.16%

$MRK | Merck and Co Inc: 3.63% | 2.91% | 3.17%

$GILD | Gilead Sciences Inc: 4.86% | 13.5% | 4.65%

$HON | Honeywell International Inc: 3.01% | 5.17% | 3.56%

$QCOM | QUALCOMM Inc: 6.32% | 9.19% | 6.33%

$GOOGL | Alphabet Inc: 5.11% | 6.21% | 5.85%

$SBUX | Starbucks Corporation: 4.78% | 9.51% | 5.45%

2023-02-03

$CI | Cigna Corporation: 5.02% | 3.17% | 5.0%

$SNY | : 2.54% | 4.04% | 5.09%

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Playing games with family and friends and just saw 🅱️idrio 😳

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Scusami se scrivo così male,dato che uso google translate,cosa non hai capito??si, sono stata truffata,e si so benissimo che è colpa mia ma non sto qua a raccontarti come sono andate le cose per filo e per segno,non è che mi hanno chiesto dei soldi e io come una stupida gli ho dato dei soldi,qua abbiamo parlato per due mesi,mi ha presentato l'investimento,la piattaforma etc,stiamo parlando di truffatori proffesionisti proprio come quei due nella foto,non è che sono proprio cosi stupida pero si,per quello che mi hanno fatto vedere mi sono fidata e si ci sono castata...tutti voi bravi e perfetti non avete mai fatto niente di sbagliato vero??

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What's the difference in CI score in the way Origin makes plastics vs recycled plastic manufacturers that are already up and running? Or traditional petroleum based plastic with CCUS (of which 45Q value doubled post IRA)? Or renewable fuels producers already producing RD / SAF? Is there anything involved in their processes that prevent them from producing plastic from - say - MSW?

15 year construction period with a nascent offtake agreement (that I have to imagine will need to be renewed / expire some time soon) doesn't really inspire confidence in their production process, IP, or management team...

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Offer someone a job that includes working on weekends. Person takes job. Person refuses to work what they agreed to. Person gets fired. CI ain’t finds someone that isn’t a liar and wants to work.

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Do you know where he's getting his US Credit Impulse data from in the report? Neither his US nor China CI data aligns with the official numbers and it isn't sourced from someone like Vanda research. Doesn't clarify whether or not he's subtracting nominal inflation from some bits. Of course, it's incredible bearish relative to the real numbers, so it begs the question.

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Watch this video to see an appropriate critique of Dave Ramsey's advice.

What debts to worry about does definitely depend vs investing. When it's higher interest, the better to pay it off. If it's something that appreciates like your house, then it's only something to deprioritize. Otherwise, if it's low interest, it's more about risk -- you can get a better return investing in the market and keeping the difference to yourself, but market returns often aren't guaranteed, so you may want to pay off the debts. That's why it's more useful to pay them off when they're higher.

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Here's the link: https://www.paypal.com/invoice/payerView/details/INV2-XZWW-NLXZ-GJ7G-KWE5?locale.x=en_US&v=1&utm_source=unp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=RT000307&utm_unptid=8721ee06-9bff-11ed-944a-40a6b727fd91&ppid=RT000307&cnac=US&rsta=en_US%28en-US%29&cust=&unptid=8721ee06-9bff-11ed-944a-40a6b727fd91&calc=0415234504160&unp_tpcid=invoice-buyer-updated&page=main%3Aemail%3ART000307&pgrp=main%3Aemail&e=cl&mchn=em&s=ci&mail=sys&appVersion=1.139.0&xt=104038%2C124817

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didn't know Sisqó wasn't doing so great

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Become a CI and help the police bust drug dealers you used to know

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My mistake on numbers, typing mixed up. Corrected now.

https://www.google.com/search?q=houses+per+capita+us&rlz=1CDGOYI_enUS1037US1037&hl=en-US&sxsrf=AJOqlzXUdkjewU3s8JLqe5SwGtQeI0IzgQ%3A1674348749004&ei=zIjMY6XvPNWx0PEPveCI4As&oq=houses+per+capita+us&gs_lcp=ChNtb2JpbGUtZ3dzLXdpei1zZXJwEAMyBAgjECcyBAgjECcyBggAEBYQHjIFCAAQhgMyBQgAEIYDMgUIIRCgATIFCCEQqwIyBQghEKsCOgoIABBHENYEELADOggIIRAWEB4QHUoECEEYAFCgGVjFJGD4JmgBcAB4AIABnAKIAZgIkgEFMS42LjGYAQCgAQHIAQjAAQE&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-serp

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Nah, i just find it ironic retards like you come to economic subreddits when you clearly dont know your asscrack from the card terminal.

You dont have any actual facts or logic to back up your argument so you just try and use some old ass cringe meme from 2008 to try and undercut my arguments. Its actually kind of hilarious in a depressing kind of way because i know theres millions of retards out there just like you who dont know how to have a discussion based in facts and logic and just jump to "YoU DoNt KnOw WhAt ReAl SoCiAlISm LooKs LiKe!", your entire beliefs are all lies and fairy tales told to you by whatever sheltered neo-liberal talking head you see on Twitch that day. Enjoy your sheltered, sad existence. You're allegedly and adult but cant even critically think past a 8th grade level.

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wish I would've saw this post yesterday to include it in my egg meme short. what a brilliant investment

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I've been in software for about 10 years now, 5 years as a tech lead and just launched our first startup as a CTO. It is a tricky position, you're basically responsible for everything!

  1. Full stack is a must, you must be able to communicate effectively with everyone in the team.
  2. At least minimal devops. I had to set up all the Ci/CD pipelines and kubernetes cluster on my own (also email, domain, DNS and all other basic things).
  3. Knowing the best way of doing things and how it can be avoided to lower the cost without arriving at technical bankruptcy. Tech debt management is absolutely the key!
  4. Split personality - you need to be the advocate of best technical practices AND at the same time a business person worrying about budget and short deadlines. Finding a right balance is the key here and you should constantly second guess yourself here.
  5. Communication - as a techy, you'll need to chat to non-techy investors and your partners. They know pretty close nothing about what you do but have ideas which you need to communicate feedback on in a rather short span of time. It might be quite difficult not to be rude sometimes.
  6. Agile. Waterfall methodology will not work in a startup environment. You need to be mentally prepared to throw away your last month or two of work as soon as you realize you overestimated its user value.
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Did you know that Google had an internal version of vscode before vscode was released? It was massively popular. Supported CI/CD. Was fully integrated with various version control systems. Supported plugins and was completely web based. Lots of teams internally were adopting it. Then, suddenly, the team was cut. Everyone was let go because leadership didn't see the value. This was around the time sublime was becoming super popular on hackernews and other similar sites.

Along comes vs code, travisCI and various other solutions. Google could have been a market leader in dev tools if they just listened to this team and believed in their vision. But nope, they just cut the whole group. The company's internal history is littered with similar tales from the early 2010s.

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JoKe oF a SoCiEtY!!!

These people are getting 6 months severance + benefits.

AKA they'll be getting a $50k-$100k check dropped into their bank account, and will be able to find a job within 2-3 months max because they have Google on their resume.

Trust me, these people will be fine.

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BeCaUsE tHeN wEd Be LiViNg In SoCiAlIsM!!!1!1!11

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Click here to read this article for free, as a gift to Redditors discussing this story.

From Bloomberg News reporter Deena Shanker:

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Investors poured in hundreds of millions of dollars, too. Ethan Brown, founder and CEO of Beyond Meat, talked up his products’ health benefits regularly, even saying they could improve an athlete’s performance the very same day. Fast food partnerships started to follow the hype, and eventually Big Food made their own versions.

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It was a generalized statement to the other businesses. I sold to 3M for 20 years. Great technical staffs - massive bureaucracy which led them to process over results. Their chart tells the entire story - no better than GDP growth over last 10 years.

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So the beauty(?) of these roles is they all have something I would like to get more exposure to. It varies from cloud to microservices to python/scripting to rotating groups etc. Naturally it is expected my "main contribution" will be Java but all of these have adjacent skill development/learning that I am content in. They all have structured (maybe not offer 4 since its new project starting) Scrum/CI/CD procedure.

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Yeah I'm also in software dev, I agree that the title change isn't too important. Are all the positions using the same tech stack? If not then consider whether you want to deepen expertise with your current stack or learn something new to broaden your expertise? Do they have a proper CI/CD pipeline? Do they use scrum/kanban/waterfall/some combination? Do any put more focus on personal development like built in time for learning or experimentation?

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As you are looking into that, also research the topic of Required Minimum Distributions. Links below.

If this is a federal TSP there are rules for how it is handled. Start here --

https://www.fedweek.com/tsp/inheritance-and-tsp-beneficiaries/

RMDs --

https://www.aarp.org/work/retirement-planning/required-minimum-distribution-calculator.html?cmp=KNC-DSO-COR-Retirement-23333-GOOG-MinimumDistributionCalculator-Exact-NonBrand&gclid=CjwKCAiAzp6eBhByEiwA_gGq5GoW3uoA3KZFjH9gi7DWBjL695dd57HhU-Q0UXS6jhBgvJpNXbVTaRoCi_UQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

https://www.irs.gov/retirement-plans/retirement-plans-faqs-regarding-required-minimum-distributions

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/requiredminimumdistribution.asp

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Tsm or google or ci

Google is probably safer but the other to would probably have better upside.

Tsm would require China invasion to underperform Ci would need complete control by dem government to make me concerned. I don’t see that happening. Even if they did probably wouldn’t agree on large scale reform.

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I'm not going to tell you what to do, but I have been giving this a lot of thought as well. It's a strategy I have been backtesting and looking at for a while. It works on $SPY and $QQQ, while I am sure it works on all underlyings I only looked at it on these two as these have higher priced options with multiple expiries per week.

Basically, what you do is you throw the 4X Keltner Channels, set to 21 periods on your chart and the Keltner Channels set to 1X, also at 21 periods. This gives you the average volatility of the month around the monthly mean (the 1X multiplier) and a band that encompasses 99.9% of all price data (the 4X) band. Lastly, add the Choppiness Index to the chart. This is an oscillator that measures whether something is trending or rangebound. When a candle closes within the the 1X Keltner band and the Choppiness Index crosses and closes above the 50 level from below on the daily, you sell an Iron Condor for 3 weeks out. The closer the CI moves to 70 the more rangebound the stock is. Your short strikes are at the 4X band or just outside of it. This has a well over 90% hit rate over the past few years of backtesting I have looked at. The key is you need to be okay with basically risking 6 or 7 to make 1.

On $SPY, the most recent time this happened was January 5th and you would have sold a $355/360/412/416 IC for Jan 27th expiry and taken in around $0.75-$0.80 in credit on a $5-wide risk. As of Friday, you are up $0.40 or so on the position. Eventually, the goal would be to move to a strangle (where you can stomach a large, naked position) as that will net you ~$2.00 in credit and allow a bit more flexibility in management.

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If you are asking this question, you need to hire a senior engineer with ci/cd experience that can help you configure your environment. If your dev team is outsourced, hire a local engineer and they'll be able to help you.

Honestly, they shouldn't have any access in prod, even you should have the keys locked away from yourself. Give the devs a QA/Dev environment and push code upstream.

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This seems like they are closing stores and barely giving the employees advance notice.

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John Williams version of one more year syndrome is one more score. https://www.reddit.com/r/entertainment/comments/10ci04x/john_williams_not_retiring_spielberg_is_not_a_man/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf

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https://www.thecalculatorsite.com/compound?a=1000&p=7&pp=yearly&y=35&m=0&rd=330&rp=monthly&rt=deposit&rw=0&rwp=1m&rm=beginning&ci=monthly&c=1&di=&wi=

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I think having the right strategy towards your code and software architecture is the key to achieving speed and sustainability. This strategy should have been developed by you CTO. Given that you had a incredibly inexperienced person in a position of CTO I can see why you may think that it might take years to get to a place of sustainability.

I can safely say with 15+ years of software engineering experience, that you can have your cake and eat it too, as long as you have an efficient approach to managing code. Have your CI/CD pipelines set up correctly (emphasis on CD) and have your standards set on what the definition of done is, incorporate the use of performance metrics into weekly ceremonies like techops etc.

I get the whole “once bitten, twice shy” thing - but the truth is that this industry has been expensive for a long time, and the industry as a whole iterates constantly on best practices to essentially keep costs down and efficiency / reliability up.

In the end, in terms of software development, it’s your internal processes and rituals costing you nothing else.

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>Oh neat, they made a movie about WallStreetBets https://t.co/HJYhZ3CiLC

^r/wallstreetbets ^@Official_WSB ^at ^2023-01-14 ^09:30:54 ^EST-0500

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Not familiar with this particular book, but I do know most of the people who write financial advice books make their money from selling books, not from their own financial prowess.

They remind me of this In Living Color bit:

https://youtu.be/3fxf4ciYU_w

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Ok, so, I own and manage a shop that a.o. does what OP wants. I won't name it, we're not really pricing ourselves for smaller customers anyway so this is not an ad just some thoughts on what a dev shop can do to demonstrate trustworthiness.

  • We will have the source code in our github account, for tool integration purposes, but we will insist on and help the customer set up something to continuously mirror the repo
  • We provide a JIRA project where the customer will have full insight in every task done by a developer
  • All billed hours are always linked explicitly to individual JIRA issues, or specific meetings. Non-meeting work not documented in JIRA does not happen.
  • We provide full insight into the project status, through custom tools. Automatic daily updates of a monitoring dashboard allows the customer to see:
    • Who worked on what for how long
    • Which commits were made
    • What status the issues are in
    • What is the new (daily updated) estimate for the individual issues and the project as a whole
    • What is the spend vs estimate on each individual issue and project as a whole
    • How correct have our estimates been so far
    • And a bunch of other data points extracted from git and jira and timekeeping records.
  • We will provide access to our CI systems, so that the customer at any time can retrieve a built copy of the application, when applicable
  • We will provide access to our QA systems, so that the customer at any time can log in to the latest version of web apps, when applicable
  • When applicable, we will provide production docker images that can be deployed directly in customer-managed cloud whenever a release has been accepted, then offer assistance with deployment until the customer learns how to do this.

In short, we spend resources on being completely transparent, providing the customer with as early access as possible to all aspects of the project. Look for a dev shop that offers at least some of this.

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The auction is single price; everyone who "wins" get the same yield. If a competitive bidder "loses" it means they don't get as many bills/notes/bonds as they wanted to buy, not that they get a lower yield. There is info but it's pretty dense material like https://www.philadelphiafed.org/-/media/frbp/assets/economy/articles/business-review/1995/brja95lm.pdf and https://www.newyorkfed.org/medialibrary/media/research/current_issues/ci11-2.pdf

It wasn't always single price, and those papers talk about the history.

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Cnbc gonna be like "markets finish -0.1% in anticipation of February's CI report"

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>There are a few things to consider when making investment decisions, but the most important thing is to make sure that you understand what you're investing in and that you're comfortable with the risks. With that said, here are a few stocks that I think would be good bets for someone in your situation:

  1. Healthcare companies – these businesses tend to do well regardless of economic conditions since people will always need medical care. Additionally, many healthcare companies offer dental plans which could help offset some of your costs. Some examples include UnitedHealth Group (UNH), Cigna (CI), and Aetna (AET).
  2. Technology companies – as we move more and more towards a digital world, technology stocks have been on the rise. Companies like Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), and Microsoft (MSFT) are all leaders in their respective fields and should continue to perform well going forward.
  3. Consumer staples – these are essential items that people use every day, so they tend to be less affected by economic downturns than other sectors. Examples include Procter & Gamble (PG), Coca-Cola Co
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LMFAO.

Here’s what us ML engineers are actually excited about that’s nearing disruption. Quantum computing and its effects on Modelling as a whole.

Here’s an interesting read on “QNLP” (natural language processing in a quantum computing context) for those interested in the field:

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9747675?casa_token=ZpCiWxBqCVQAAAAA:ue6eP24tkEsOctmFU12lL5J5h36PYNCibFLbBzGPim6WEAlws3m1t2F5BMG2KRf7BVjEmkMVyCI

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Yup, the real horizon that I believe will likely launch AI forward is quantum. Specifically what’s being referred to as “QNLP”. That’s what us ML Engineers are excited about today.

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9747675?casa_token=ZpCiWxBqCVQAAAAA:ue6eP24tkEsOctmFU12lL5J5h36PYNCibFLbBzGPim6WEAlws3m1t2F5BMG2KRf7BVjEmkMVyCI

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https://finance.yahoo.com/chart/CLXRX#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Feels like a massive buying opportunity in healthcare with UNH, ELV, HUM, CI and other insurance stocks taking a dive since 2023 began.

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That's the problem though satellite image of lights don't tell the entire story too . Satellite image of lights can easily affected by cultural attitudes, or by pollution, malfunctioning satellites, and so on ??? Honestly you can't just go around manipulating things. For example car sales per capita 2021, data is taken from car companies who have data for various countries and then summed.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwip69Dkm738AhWxXmwGHS8MAuAQFnoECBoQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Ffiatgroupworld.com%2F2022%2F03%2F30%2Fthe-global-vehicle-sales-by-country-in-2021%2F&usg=AOvVaw3VcCiUyV_dxf-e7tdqbU43

Honestly this too is subject to cultural problems, as some country people may not prefer cars. But then tell me why do we measure anything at all.????

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https://i.imgur.com/ciW8Vkq.jpg

Yup totally

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Stats nerds, tell me something:

>mRNA-4157/V940 in combination with KEYTRUDA reduced the risk of recurrence or death by 44% (HR=0.56 [95% CI, 0.31-1.08]; one-sided p-value=0.0266) compared with KEYTRUDA alone. Adverse events observed with mRNA-4157/V940 in KEYNOTE-942 were consistent with those previously reported in a Phase 1 clinical trial

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  • [95% CI, 0.31-1.08] => does this 1.08 refer to p-value? How can p-value be >1 and they claim statistical significance?
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^(Ahem.) Good luck with this. Easier to change your name than fight this battle with a CI based business that hasn't had the market activity to even notice the other.

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Dave Ramsey is a liar and scammer. He's good for poor people in a lot of debt, akin to Alcoholics Anonymous, but otherwise he has bad advice. I'd highly recommend you look at r/personalfinance prime directive, r/bogleheads, the actual Bogleheads wiki, and r/fire and sister subreddits. The YouTuber and investment manager Ben Felix has a ton of intelligent information about making various investment decisions, and basically few investments are actually a good idea vs low cost market cap weighted total stock market index funds. His oldest video introducing Index funds is a bit meh, so it's more that any other video will inevitably talk about them in comparison. Here's a fun recent one debunking one talking point Dave Ramsey may have said. Oh yeah, he also has this one critiquing Dave Ramsey's advice, which is really informative.

Don't make decisions immediately, and read up a bit first. Just casually on these subreddits, just browse comments explaining why, wiki posts, Google questions, whatever. The reality is that investing in your financial literacy has the greatest return.

And holy fuck there are so many scammers. Or just people who don't know. Or people who mostly get it, but put it irrational non fact based decisions in their investments anyway.

It is possible to find the truth. Remember that. You just need to ask why and understand why. Look at the argument each side might give, and see what actual arguments they're giving and why. Who has the historical returns? Is it just luck, or something more? This video talked about this sort of thing, where you're searching for what gives you the highest probability of success combined with best return, not what's had best returns historically or what's given some people millions in returns. This video was just one that talked about how it's a bad idea for you to invest in actively managed mutual funds.

This article really got me into index funds in the first place. It was more of an article against stock picking vs the total market, but stock picking is what active mutual funds try to do. And if they actually have an edge that this article talks about, they typically use their own money instead of using other people's. Active mutual funds instead make tons of money from high fees.

I highly recommend investing in VT instead. That's Vanguard's total world stock market index fund. By being so diversified, it gives the highest long term return. Vanguard also has funds that should only go in retirement accounts for tax reasons that are some automated combos of world stocks and world bonds, depending on use case, timeline, and risk (for index funds, how long you're willing for them to go below what you invested before springing back up higher than before, and how low). The purpose of all index fund based portfolios is to match this, though plenty of people fail to realize this. Most tilts towards home country are irrational (though can be valid, e.g. for tax reasons, Ben Felix has an old video on this), as are tilts towards certain areas or sizes of the market (tech stocks seeming more profitable or the largest well known companies as more profitable or the ones which return the highest dividends are most profitable). That is almost always irrationally chosen and worse than total world stock, long term. The exception is doing this rationally, called factor investing, which is something to look into after you've learned a ton. It's a lot riskier and a lot harder and a lot costlier, and it only barely has any edge at all. Ben Felix talks a bit about it too, but you don't want to do so.

The reality with stocks is that once you've invested, be prepped for your stocks to drop below principal (input amount) for ten years. That chance is why they have such a high return, but they're also springs, if it's an index, and will pop back up. It's the indices which reduce uncompensated risk, which are what can actually have you lose your money for no upside on average long term.

You want a 401k if you have a job, and an IRA. Chances are, a Roth IRA. Trad vs Roth is the style of tax advantage. Trad is usually pre tax money having deferred tax on growth. Roth is post tax money growing tax free. Trad is usually better because it means you pay the effective tax rate, not your top marginal tax rate. This is so helpful that you can be paid a lot more, inflation adjusted even, in retirement, and still come out ahead with trad.

That said, you usually want to do Roth IRAs for various reasons, largely in terms of flexibility and possibility of Backdoor Roth IRA as you make more money. The ability to do Trad IRA is a lot lesser.

There's also the Roth IRA ladder, the most useful tool for early retirement aka r/fire. Basically, you can convert some money into your Roth IRA when you retire early, and get access to it five years later. So you only need savings enough in Roth IRA as normal contributions and in your taxable brokerage to last you five years. During those five years and beyond, your Trad 401k is your new taxed income.

Anyway to specifically answer some questions:

>At this point I have $4000 in VOO with $1000 buying power,

Either change to VT to get the better total world stock or VTI plus VXUS for extra savings by matching VT manually but with the extra tax credit. That said, mistakes could mean you lose from manually doing this. And first, before this, you'd want VT in a Roth IRA, but before that, a big enough emergency fund to be fine if your income went away.

I assume you're being paid for work, but if it's gifts from family, I don't know if there's tax issues that prevent that counting as income for going into a Roth IRA.

Again, go through personal finance stuff in order.

>Now, for the near future I am trying to save some money get into real estate and start flipping houses.

Oh, also, be really careful with this. Real estate has high costs and high uncompensated risk. And a lot of work you're putting into it too. As long as you're not viewing that as a free lunch, fine, but make sure you know there's work you're taking on, and it may pay more long term to have a more normal job where you just save in index funds. This will very often give you higher expected return, which is the better choice to make, vs something like stock picking, where you can get lucky and get a lot but also very unlucky a vast majority of the time. Just be careful. Ben Felix has some videos on real estate.

>* $1500 seems like a big chunk to save that could rather be invested. What do you guys think?

Personal finance has bad debt away first, then have big enough emergency funds. Can you live for 6-12 months if all income fell off, such that you can either get e.g. disability after that or another job? If you're good, then it gets invested in other short term savings goals like cars or personal space to live first, then retirement accounts. Taxable brokerage is around last.

>* Rather than saving, is it wise to have a regular portfolio, in something like VOO/SCHD, where I can just use this as a "savings account," until I decide to take the money out to start flipping houses or something?

As I said before, don't put money into the market if you're not willing to wait ten years to get it out at no return. That's the historical worst, if you put it in at the top and pulled it out at the bottom. But it is a spring, and adjusting those spots slightly gives vastly more return, and long term you get a lot.

Use something like VUSXX possibly like a savings account. It's a money market that invests in t bills, it's 4% and basically as safe as bank account.

>* What are the tax implications?

Don't invest in taxable before you invest in retirement account, IRA at the very least. If your income is 1099 contractor income, you can do a solo 401k too. Idk about gift, again.

>* When it comes to investing for growth, I just need guidance on whether a retirement portfolio is right for me vs a regular investment portfolio.

Roth IRA contributions can be withdrawn at any time. Growth waits until 59.5 iirc. This is the power of the Roth IRA ladder where it can be way earlier.

Usually you want to get enough income to invest fully in retirement and a bit in taxable, enough to survive the 5 years of the Roth ladder. If you don't retire so early, you don't even need that.

IRAs can invest just as flexibly as normal brokerages. Just can't take the money out quite as easily. Which you shouldn't want to be doing in the first place.

>* When it comes to investing for growth

You want maximum return, reinvesting to compound as much as possible. This means neither growth nor dividend, you want total stock.

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Does anyone know what happened with healthcare stocks this week? ELV, CNC , CI, UNH. All of them were down 5-8%

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I live here. Can you please attach some links for these houses selling galore here for under $300k? These must be some awfully down ridden homes in need of repair and eye sores in the far out exurb towns and cities here. Again, please attach about 5 links below to the houses you’re talking about that are selling for below $300k here. Locals here would scoff at this claim.

Lol here's your shitboxes here for under $300k. Trust me, absolutely no locals here in any of the 26 towns and cities that make up Phoenix metro are agreeing that there's homes selling galore for under $300k or that they could buy anything attractive or in a good neighborhood for that amount right now.

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Why is your title in a weird case? It looks like a TeeNaGeR wRotE it on SoMe SoCiAl MeDiA to lOOk CooL

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PEP

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CI

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Please tell me this is funny. My gf said it’s not

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So that’s a good question, it’s a few things;

  1. The company simply didn’t have as much cash as it does now, we have roughly 6 billion now
  2. Users can be granted additional trading power if they enable security lending. What happened was thousands of people had signed up and trade with all their buying power before some of the actual wire transfers from the banks had cleared. We’re talking a truly unpredictable amount of activity.

Im not going to pretend mistakes weren’t made, but we weren’t the only brokerage to experience this issue, we were just one of the most popular small ones, and without the collateral of the larger brokers we were simply at risk. Again, many of the articles online cover this, this isn’t CI or anything.

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God dude you are lame. “HaHA, nObOdY HaS A FanCiEr CaR tHaN Me” who cares man.

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This is what SPY will look like 1/13 is CPI good news and the rest is the end of spy to 260.

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Lol I know https://imgur.com/a/ax9ci7c Fuk it

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Look into Ci same tailwinds but a better value imo

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It depends, but I work on robotics rather than pure software. For me hybrid makes so much sense, I work from wherever I need to be. There are weeks I don't go to the office at all and weeks I go every day.

There's no point in having to physically move to an office just to develop software on your laptop, but in this sector there is a clear benefit to seeing the real-world results of your software when deployed into a robot/drone/self-driving car/etc rather than praying that CI can catch everything and the simulation environments can replicate physics to a The Matrix level of accuracy.

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This post will get downvoted, and so be it.

Remember Aug 2022 when Pelosi visited Taiwan?

Remember her visit sparked Chinese protests and military drill?

Remember how Biden and Pentagon all trying to convince her not to go?

Well, people got the order wrong, new evidence on google satellite map showed that military drill was likely planned before her visit. Or maybe the military drill was not the original plan?

https://twitter.com/tshugart3/status/1607778051798040578?s=46&t=SAaiUKjAvhCiOM_KLc6Zwg

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You’d be surprised— what years did he serve? Likely it was Vietnam era. Even if he didn’t deploy, it would still count as wartime.

He could qualify for the Aid & Attendance benefit. it’s your best bet.

Qualifying service members received $2229 a month. You have to apply for it, and it can be a huge pain to do on your own. You can get denied very easily, everything needs to be extremely precise. There are companies you can hire who will do it all for you, but the catch is the veteran cannot pay for it – they are not allowed to charge the recipient for those services, so a common workaround is a family member paying for those services.

Did he serve between 1954 - 1975 per chance??

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I meant "moon" mission ends in February when spy hits 500, then we fall ci to 480,kill 90% of new bulls and finally we permanently break 500 in June

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Not true at all. SRE and good DevOps practices are treated as a key competency in tech companies. It maybe used to be that the infrastructure folks were considered “lesser” 5 years ago, but things like big cloud bills, containerization, bigger emphasis on CI/CD, and lower tolerance for shitty developer experience 30 minute code compile times have all brought SRE to level par with the rest of the engineering world.

Companies either recognize this or are behind the times.

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they have a direct line to the USD printer

same with UNH and CI

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$GEO $ATVI $CI $SPWH

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Its utterly shocking to me that the main branch of the repo doesnt have branch policy with CI checks that must pass before you can merge.

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The way that you wrote about it there tells me that you really don't understand what DevOps is. Because it sounds like you're putting it in parallel with learning Node.

I might be wrong about that, but if I get that vibe it's also what other people like me will think. And you really don't want that.

Start by thinking of DevOps as the 100 meters hurdles your code will be forced through before it can go live. Meaning that there's a process required for your code to be used at all; and you need to be familiar with that concept to fit into most modern companies.

So you really need to be comfortable with git, different workflows, CI/CD, and so on all the way to where your code could go live.

Long gone are the days when we could just code something that works, and then put it on the live server or compile it.

And these are habits that you want to form early. Meaning that even while you're learning to code you would benefit from setting up these things.

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I had a similarly bad weekend with me and everyone else around me getting hit with Southwest crew shortages. Spent an entire day at the airport Saturday trying to find a flight home after my original was delayed and finally cancelled after 5 hours, eventually made it to my destination on Sunday although with a three hour delay.

During that process, I ended up booking a $300 flight out of sheer desperation, and one of the connections got cancelled at the last second. I think there's a way to submit a ticket for reimbursement for that itinerary on the Southwest website, but if I can't find it, I'm going to follow this script (https://www.youtube.com/shorts/ciSxrNDg0Og) on the support line when I eventually get connected. I think you can use this to get reimbursement for your travel (at least the connection that got cancelled), and maybe argue for future travel credits for the trouble you've gone through.

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Stock lost more % this year than it did after dieselgate and two years after it was higher than before dieselgate again. Also in annual revenue you can't even see it happening

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You can get a 50” Samsung from walmart today for 300 dollars.

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> I don't think lidar is the right technology

LiDAR is exactly the technology that is needed for full self driving. We know because of

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avdpprICvNI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B4hyaB1xMY

https://www.instagram.com/reel/CiLJWgQr0nj/

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Yes. Totally agree. Sorry missing the point.

BTW, I am a huge fan of Self driving and follow the industry very closely. I do not believe we will see Tesla anything but Level 2 until they do a pivot and move to LiDAR. But then with the feedback loop in place should do well and progress quickly with self driving.

But today here is an example of Waymo and handling edge and corner cases.

Waymo is the clear leader in the space. Cruise a couple of years behind but clearly second, IMHO.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avdpprICvNI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B4hyaB1xMY

https://www.instagram.com/reel/CiLJWgQr0nj/

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OP likes(as in wants) COIN at 400.

That is not a general statement, but an implication. Take care sweety 😘

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EvErYtHiNg Is RaCiSt!!

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I still have nightmares from that day in September 2020

"if you ask me the ci is valued too high in my opinion" 🤡🤡🤡

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According to Wallethub, you need additional insurance for Doordash as well.

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Good christ I can only get so hard.

purchased all of these positions in the last 8 hours of trading. shits silly

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We will NEVER see SPY 480 again. Population growth will stall and earnings will stagnate. Check the VGK 20 year chart. This is the new American future.

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I disagree. Not everything warrants a full Terraform CI pipeline.

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What is a CiC?

In any case, good to hear you example.

You said senior clinicians and researchers. But imagine the person is a high profile CEO or a professor. Do you still feel they should or would do it at no cost?

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  1. Elevance Health Inc. (NYSE:ELV)

  2. Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE:LLY)

  3. Cigna Corporation (NYSE:CI)

  4. Cardinal Health, Inc. (NYSE:CAH)

5.Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ)

  1. McKesson Corporation (NYSE:MCK)
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What is the market cap? What is your offer?

If you were 10 times your current size, what team would you need in place to support the product? What would the salary requirements be?

How long is the training time for somebody to walk in if they were just hired, to handle things you have going no right now?

Do you have CI/CD? Unit Testing? Strong documentation?

How is the source code secured?

Have the legal aspects been completed?

What kind of agreements do you have with the current employees?

Who else holds any stake?

What type of entity is the company setup as? Which state?

Does anybody have possible clams to an IP?

Is any open source code used? Have it been vetted?

There's a lot to consider here that a potential co-founder will need to know.

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Alphabet does seem to be getting a better result from the investment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avdpprICvNI

But this is just mind blowing amazing. Now able to follow hand gestures.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B4hyaB1xMY

Also at construction sites

https://www.instagram.com/reel/CiLJWgQr0nj/

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