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100 shares of each with covered calls

  • SPY
  • AMT
  • CI
  • TMUS
  • AMZN
  • STWD

I’ll for sure get fooked tomorrow but glad you’ll be up. Please buy 30DTE puts on each and you’ll be making money for sure

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fingers crossed, i'll do my best not too. Yeah i wish i was able to still afford it. But the LI and CI thru SF both had to go to make ends meet

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Please, don't eat them. As a licensed RT(R,CI,VASCULAR) , the amount of iodine needed to give you "protection " would destroy your kidneys and kill you. Lol

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CI has some strong fundamentals.

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Costco is overpriced. I would look at insurance companies instead. Stocks like ALL, PGR, CI. More resilient than Costco.

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Devops is all about the pipelines and infrastructure for integration and deployment of services. That’s said he wouldn’t be directly dealing with any of these changes, just providing the CI/CD environment to get them to production.

He’s heard this info second hand.

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# Tickers of Interest

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# Trading Thesis

Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.

This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.

For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.

It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.

The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.

# Notes

* If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.

* Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.

* I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.

* The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

# FAQ

* These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?

* No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.

* Are you entering all these plays?

* No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.

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You're not going to have 2FA for automated systems like CI/CD or IaC. Further, API keys for twilio etc are going to have to be stored somewhere.

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That UNH and CI are both in lock step with Obama and Obamacare. Those stocks were $20 and less for about 3 decades. Drill into the exact dates BO flapped his gums you see the huge jumps - literally the nano second he spoke. They make money hand over fist on the backs of all those who pay crazy high premiums. Then they fight tooth and nail to deny paying a claim. UNH is far worse than CI on that. They both suck and Aetna is balled up in the same crap. My recourse would've been to own them outright but maybe they are in my ETF's if they are part of the holdings but I bought them in the past 3-4 years vs 15 years ago. That ship sailed when Obamacare became law - the gains were mostly realized then.

More concerning to me is how much insider buying went on in DC around when BO first uttered Obama care and the day it became law. There were HUGE jumps. No one wants to go there though. No one will investigate that little fact.

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Long story short, modern development systems are where a bunch of cloud machines running Linux do most of the work. They are the target if you need a debugger, the CI runs on them etc.

So your local machines purpose is to run your ide (jetbrains or vs code) and let your browse the internet and company email and chat.

Macs are better at this. Their software stack is more stable, IT is unable to install as much bloatware as less is compatible, and M1 macs are the fastest laptops money can buy.

Also you use bash locally and remotely instead of needing to learn useless dead languages like PowerShell and command prompt.

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K-Ci ain’t wrong

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Mal dare e mal tener lo mondo pulcro

ha tolto loro, e posti a questa zuffa:

qual ella sia, parole non ci appulcro.

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Need chain reaction triggers. If X do Y, CI/CD pipelines

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Start here:

https://brownstone.org/articles/16-studies-on-vaccine-efficacy/

Gazit et al. out of Israel showed that “SARS-CoV-2-naïve vaccinees had a 13-fold (95% CI, 8-21) increased risk for breakthrough infection with the Delta variant compared to those previously infected.” When adjusting for the time of disease/vaccine, there was a 27-fold increased risk (95% CI, 13-57).

  1. In Barnstable, Massachusetts, Brown et al found that among 469 cases of COVID-19, 74% were fully vaccinated, and that “the vaccinated had on average more virus in their nose than the unvaccinated who were infected.”

  2. Suthar et al. noted that “Our data demonstrate a substantial waning of antibody responses and T cell immunity to SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, at 6 months following the second immunization with the BNT162b2 vaccine.”

There's a ton of studies on that link if you actually want to look at them.

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They have not. They're holding $550mm in inventory as of last quarter on purpose to not fall behind inventory because of supply chain issues. Operated at -115mm last quarter while growth underlying from CI. What happens when the growth continues, margins improve, and holidays come? Are you even remotely good at 3rd grade math?

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I hesitated at the company size and their presence upfront as I’m with a very large company and we typically use widely adopted technologies. Realized I was wrong when I learned they’re owned by Semrush as of late 21 or early 22. I also paused when I saw the Klue app, I believe they’re the only CI tool with a mobile app. But Kompyte has a browser extension and the integrations I need (Sfdc, slack, etc). I’d rather the information be centrally stored and distributed so I actually preferred the sfdc/slack combo over a separate native app. Kompyte was the best price for unlimited companies, users and battlecards. Add that to the AI and data being significantly better, I went with them. Happy with it so far but only a couple months in so far.

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Kompyte is a tool I began using about 2 months ago. Seems to have been around for a bit but just learned of it. After doing manual CI research for years, I assessed all CI software/tools and landed on this tool due to the AI automatic “insights”. Basically it tells me everything about my competitors digital footprint (news, social, webinars, website changes, pricing, etc). I use that for battlecard dev/updates and distribution to sales, product development and strategic planning/reporting. There are a few others in the space but I like this one best right now.

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Think of this in terms of a construction project, where a general contractor puts out bids for small parts of the project, and the GC accepts or rejects their progress along the way.

The wrong way to do it is:

  • Hire someone, who tells you they can deliver
  • They tell you their status, leaving you with nothing in hand if they got hit by a bus
  • Find out at the end if what they built is good

A better way:

  • Hire someone, who can show you they can deliver
  • Have them show you progress, by giving you what they’ve made so far, where it lives in a functional state at your place and not theirs, so you have something in hand every step of the way
  • You find out every step of the way if it’s working or not, and pivot early on if needed

In software this is something like a GitOps model.

  • You have a git repository, which is just a fancy folder where files are kept. You own the repository.
  • Changes to a git repository don’t happen by someone opening a file and editing it. Changes happen by requests. One person can submit a request, and another person approves the request.
  • These tools also let you build automated tests. So you have clear pass/fail status whether what they build meets spec.
  • These tools use continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD), which just means that after someone submits a change, and it gets approved, it is automatically deployed to the live website.

What this looks like in practice is, you create an account at GitHub, and you open tickets for what you want done, like “make a basic home page”, and “make a contact page”, or whatever. The you hire freelance devs, and give them access to the GitHub repository, and tell them “work on ticket 103 and make all the tests pass”. They go off and do their work, then they submit a proposed change, it passes the automated tests, and you can approve it or reject it.

You break up your project into small enough tasks that you see regular progress. You control everything, your GitHub account, and your website hosting. If it’s not working on your live site, you’ll know quickly and can address it.

The tickets you create need to be detailed enough that automated tests can be written to determine if a change request passes or fails. So if they do a half ass job, and submit a new feature to you for approval, if it doesn’t pass some basic automated tests, it gets rejected before it even gets to you for approval.

The real challenge is, do you enough about software development to know if what they submit should be approved? Do you know how to write automated tests? If not, then you need the equivalent of a GC in the construction example, who can manage the project for you. This project manager should work for you, and be accountable to you. They shouldn’t work for the people doing the work.

Otherwise it’s like trying to get a construction project done without a GC. Unless you know construction yourself, you’re leaving it up to chance and you’ll likely be going through several botched attempts before you get it completed.

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Now it makes sense. I thought you meant the CI was from 0, not from the 300K.

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Nope. CI is definitely positive. From +200K to +400K

https://www.bls.gov/charts/employment-situation/otm-employment-change-by-industry-confidence-intervals.htm

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Global Bonds Tumble Into Their First Bear Market in a Generation

  • Bloomberg bond index drops 20% from its January 2021 peak
  • A new environment as bonds fall with stocks: Schroders’ Wood

Under pressure from central bankers determined to quash inflation even at the cost of a recession, global bonds slumped into their first bear market in a generation.

The Bloomberg Global Aggregate Total Return Index of government and investment-grade corporate bonds has fallen more than 20% from its 2021 peak on an unhedged basis, the biggest drawdown since its inception in 1990. Officials from the US to Europe have hammered home the importance of tighter monetary policy in recent days, building on the hawkish message from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the Jackson Hole symposium.

Global bonds fall into first bear market in a generation

Rapid interest-rate hikes deployed by policy makers in response to soaring inflation have brought to an end a four-decade bull market in bonds. That’s creating a difficult environment for investors, with bonds and stocks sinking in tandem.

“I suspect that the secular bull market in bonds that started in the mid-1980s is ending,” said Stephen Miller, who’s covered fixed income since then and now works as an investment consultant at GSFM, a unit of Canada’s CI Financial Corp. “Yields aren’t going to return to the historic lows seen both before and during the pandemic.”

The elevated inflation the world now faces means central banks won’t be prepared to re-introduce the sort of extreme stimulus that helped send Treasury yields below 1%, he said.

On a hedged basis, the bond index fell as much as 12% from its peak. The simultaneous swoons for fixed-income and equity assets are undermining a mainstay of investing strategies over the past 40 years or more. MSCI Inc.’s index of global stocks has slumped 19% this year.

That has pushed a US measure of the classic 60/40 portfolio -- where investments are split by those proportions between stocks and bonds -- down 15% this year, on track for the worst annual performance since 2008.

‘Huge Deal’ “We are in a new investment environment, and this is a huge deal for those expecting fixed income to be a diversifier to risk off in equities,” said Kellie Wood, a fixed-income money manager at Schroders Plc in Sydney.

European bonds have been hit hardest this year as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sends natural gas prices soaring. That includes the UK: a Bloomberg index tracking investment grade sterling bonds also fell into a bear market this week.

Extra yield investors demand for GBP IG credit over US sector is most since 2014

The yield spread between sterling and dollar-denominated corporate bonds is the widest since 2014, reflecting the particularly acute pressures in the UK where the highest inflation for 40 years is fueling a cost-of-living crisis. The Bank of England has warned the country will enter five consecutive quarters of recession later this year.

Asian markets have suffered less, aided by China’s debt, as the central bank there eases policy to try and turn around the world’s second-largest economy. Investment-grade dollar bond spreads narrowed last month by the most since 2020, driving them tighter than those of US peers, something that’s happened only a few times in the last decade.

Anatomy of a Bear Market Europe stands out while North America, Asia, Africa fall less than index

Source: Bloomberg

The switch in much of the world from unprecedented easing to the steepest rate hikes since the 1980s has dried up liquidity, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

“Bond and currency markets have seen more severe and more persistent deterioration in liquidity conditions this year relative to other asset classes with little signs of reversal,” strategists including Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou in London wrote in a research note. Bearish bond momentum is approaching extreme levels, they said.

Back to ’60s In many ways, the economic and policy realities now facing investors hark back to the 1960s bear market for bonds, which began in the second half of that decade when a period of low inflation and unemployment came to a sudden end. As inflation accelerated through the 1970s, benchmark Treasury yields surged. They would later hit almost 16% in 1981 after then Fed Chair Paul Volcker had raised rates to 20% to tame price pressures.

Read More: Harvard Academic Sees Debt Rout Worse Than 1994 ‘Bond Massacre’

Powell cited the 1980s to back his hawkish stance at Jackson Hole, saying “the historical record cautions strongly against prematurely loosening policy.” Swaps traders now see almost 70% odds that the Fed will deliver a third straight 75 basis-point hike when it meets later this month.

Other central bankers at Jackson Hole, from Europe to South Korea and New Zealand, also indicated that rates will continue to rise.

Investors are increasingly expecting the European Central Bank, due to deliver its latest policy decision on Thursday, to hike by a once-unthinkable 75 basis points at one of its next two meetings. ECB Governing Council member Joachim Nagel this week urged a “strong” reaction from policy makers after Wednesday’s 9.1% inflation print.

“September is set to become a record month for rate hikes, with most major central banks ready to deliver large moves,” Societe Generale SA strategists including Adam Kurpiel wrote in a note. “With policy still loose and inflation high, they will opt to show credibility as inflation fighters.”

Markets pricing of rate cuts next year is easing

Still, fixed-income investors are showing plenty of demand for government bonds as yields rise, aided by lingering expectations that policy makers will need to reverse course should economic slowdowns help cool inflation. In the US, options markets are still pricing in at least one 25 basis-point rate cut next year.

“I wouldn’t characterize the current trend as a new secular bond bear market but more of a necessary correction from a period of unsustainably ultra-low yields,” said Steven Oh, global head of credit and fixed income at PineBridge Investments LP. “Our expectations are that yields will remain low by long-term historical standards and 2022 is likely to represent the peak in 10-year bond yields in the current cycle.”

Schroders is also starting to see some value in government bonds as yields rise and it positions portfolios for the real risk of severe economic slowdowns, according to money manager Wood.

“In the not so distant future, there is going to be a cracking opportunity to be buying bonds as central banks guarantee us a global recession,” she said.

— With assistance by Joanna Ossinger, Alice Gledhill, and Dana El Baltaji

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I think a degree from Berkley, UCLA or Davis would be seen as higher than a CSU. However I'm not sure UCSB has that same impact, especially if you switch to CalPoly SLO. Also, the $33k includes cost of living. Is there a school where you wouldn't have to pay housing? SLO, CI, Bakersfield are all in that area.

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I've only ever used CI Direct Investing (formerly Wealthbar), but I've been very, very happy with them for many years now. I'm in BC but pretty sure they operate across the country.

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Come fai a non fare evasione con il 70% di tasse sulle imprese. Una piccola/media impresa non puo esistere in italia.

Anche personalmente non aprirò mai un impresa in italia anche se ho i soldi per farlo. Preferisco farlo all"estero. Ed è per questo che l'italia è fallita.

Se abbassassero le tasse ci sarebbe una forte ricrescita nel paese.

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Nomina un partito che ha senso votare il 25 Settembre.
Forse Renzi e' il piu' normale che c'e' in giro.

Il problema dell'evasione e' un non-problema IMO, con le tasse che ci sono e' difficile non evadere anche per l'azienda piu' onesta.

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Ci senor, I am victor (HEAVY Piasa accent)

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I'm currently located in Upstate New York and I deal with purchasing and frieght logistics for US scrap that is used in our manufacturing units in Asia. Here's a list of metals that we directly work with and our CI/SGI foundry website: https://sterlingcast.com/materials.html. Alternatively, we also import certain plastics (mostly HDPE shred) for our blow moulding plant. What materials do you work with?

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It's only the CI (criminal investigation) division that carry guns. And they have been carrying for decades.

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Looking at the Costco page, they use Connect and it doesn't have good reviews.

https://wallethub.com/profile/ci/connect-13014965i

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At current staffing levels it would take five years to investigate the fraud committed by PPP loans. This push for 87k IRS agents is definitely to assist with that workload and try to recoup losses of up billions of dollars. Source: my neighbor got raided by IRS-CI for defrauding the government and I talked to the agents 😂

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Most aren't. CI agents handle organized crime and terror financing, so it makes more sense in that context.

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Ayyy my boy CI Financial is on the least shorted list. Lovely 😍

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Mu amd ci lowes

Google would be my first choice

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I'm literally in the middle of financing a green hydrogen project that uses CCUS - CI score for the project is between -30 and -40 gC02/MJ. The economic and cashflow fundamentals of any state-level LCFS program or the RFS use this as an incentive system because - surprise surprise - it results in pulling MT's of carbon out of the air every year that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere.

And those two articles you linked - one is three years old. The other just seems to be a longwinded diatribe about how CCS / CCUS is a bad thing because it won't bring about net carbon reduction and bankrupt the traditional / legacy O&G companies.

But I'm sure all the institutional investors, regulators, CEOs / CFOs, and private equity partners I've spoken to extensively on the subject are either wrong, lying, or a combination of both.

I'm sure some random teenager on reddit is right. Boy, sure am glad you showed me the light Mr Big Brain!

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Lol in grad school I literally consulted (data) for secretary of state (state level).

They were literally deleting (accidentally) all the old data after they rolled out a $1M survey program to collect information on business filings. All sec's team discussed is which vendor(s) they need to talk to. Nobody knew web development, how to stand up databases, CI/CD and anything data. Straight up 100% affirmative action hires that studied political science who had no tech skills. It was amazing.

State and Federal government are living in the world as it was 30 years ago, which makes sense because we've basically had the same generation of senators for 30 years straight.

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Here's the US government: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7054843/#:~:text=For%20pharmaceutical%20companies%2C%20the%20median,CI%2C%2010.2%25%2D17.4%25).

Median 75% gross margin, means they sell for cost + 300%

15% is the net profit margin. But only 16 of the 60 percentagepoint difference goes into R&D.

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Looking at some more articles, your insurance doesn't seem insanely high compared to the national average for someone at your age and it looks typical for a young person in Georgia. The speeding ticket will have a negative impact too, but I wouldn't waste your time getting pointless quotes without that factor because it's on your record.

https://wallethub.com/edu/ci/average-car-insurance-rates-by-age/69321

Anyhow, I'd suggest trying USAA (if you're eligible, you need to be current or former military, or have a parent or spouse who is a member) or State Farm.

https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/car-insurance/auto-insurance-special-report1/index.htm

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Well they’ve been buying ammo for their CI division for over 100 years since the division’s formation in 1919, and the nation nor its people have been directly and actively threatened by the yearly ammo purchases or their armed agents.

So I’m just going to refile you from naive, to laughably paranoid.

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The $700,000 ammunition purchase isn’t some new worrying issue. It’s for their Criminal Investigation division. The one that deals not only in tax violations and money laundering, but also with organized crime and gangs. They work alongside other law enforcement agencies on the regular, and their 2,000 CI agents are armed.

The U.S. Government Accountability Office released a report that showed between 2010 and 2017 the IRS has spent on average $675,000 yearly on ammunition for their CI division.

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Ci does will be the new masks

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You don't trust the CI A? Lol

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I'm a CI double Agent! You're getting the stamp!

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Some implied moves for earnings next week - 1534 companies reporting. This is up/down ->
$AMD 7.7%
$PYPL 10.8%
$SQ 12.5%
$AMC 12.0%
$TWLO 14.0%
$LYFT 17.6%
$FUBO 17.1%
$NET 14.2%
$DASH 14.8%
$EXPE 11.3%
$CVNA 20.9%
$ZG 15.6%
$OPEN 18.5%
$TEAM 12.0%
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$RKT 9.2%
$XPO 9.7%
$BABA 9.7%
$DDOG 12.7%
$CROX 15.1%
$PENN 8.9%
$FVRR 23.3%
$YETI 9.8%
$W 18.6%
$CI 4.8%
$SHAK 12.9%
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$OXY 6.6%
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$CVS 4.5%
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$YUM 5.4%
$SSYS 9.2%
$SMG 9.3%
$TUP 24.1%
$PINS 16.5%
$CAR 14.9%
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$CF 6.3%
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$SPG 6.7%
$ZI 14.2%
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Some implied moves for earnings next week - 1534 companies reporting. This up/down ->

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$AMD 7.7%
$PYPL 10.8%
$SQ 12.5%
$AMC 12.0%
$TWLO 14.0%
$LYFT 17.6%
$FUBO 17.1%
$NET 14.2%
$DASH 14.8%
$EXPE 11.3%
$CVNA 20.9%
$ZG 15.6%
$OPEN 18.5%
$TEAM 12.0%
$TRIP 9.5%
$RKT 9.2%
$XPO 9.7%
$BABA 9.7%
$DDOG 12.7%
$CROX 15.1%
$PENN 8.9%
$FVRR 23.3%
$YETI 9.8%
$W 18.6%
$CI 4.8%
$SHAK 12.9%
$SOFI 14.6%
$ABNB 9.3%
$SBUX 5.6%
$HOOD 12.3%
$LCID 12.4%
$EBAY 7.0%
$FSLY 18.1%
$SKLZ 20.9%
$BKNG 7.2%
$NTR 5.8%
$OXY 6.6%
$GILD 3.8%
$MTCH 9.4%
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$SEDG 14.1%
$AYX 15.3%
$RNG 16.1%
$EXAS 10.1%
$MRNA 8.6%
$CVS 4.5%
$REGN 6.7%
$YUM 5.4%
$SSYS 9.2%
$SMG 9.3%
$TUP 24.1%
$PINS 16.5%
$CAR 14.9%
$ANET 8.8%
$CF 6.3%
$RIG 11.2%
$SPG 6.7%
$ZI 14.2%
$CAT 5.1%
$JBLU 8.4%
$UBER 11.7%
$BP 5.3%
$RACE 4.5%
$ZBRA 8.6%
$SPWR 11.4%
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BRB he'll need to Google what a CI is first

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Huj ci w oko, gratulacje

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The actual paper

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.07.15.22277693v1

Lmao the results are telling of the audience

50 % also believe that 'native born whites' are being replaced by immigrants..... So I'm pretty sure I'm right.

>Results The analytic sample included 8,620 respondents; 50.6% (95% Confidence Interval (CI) 49.4%, 51.7%) were female; mean (SD) age was 48.4 (18.0) years. Two-thirds of respondents (67.2%, 95% CI 66.1%, 68.4%) perceived “a serious threat to our democracy,” but more than 40% agreed that “having a strong leader for America is more important than having a democracy” and that “in America, native-born white people are being replaced by immigrants.” Half (50.1%) agreed that “in the next few years, there will be civil war in the United States.” Among 6,768 respondents who considered violence to be at least sometimes justified to achieve 1 or more specific political objectives, 12.2% were willing to commit political violence themselves “to threaten or intimidate a person,” 10.4% “to injure a person,” and 7.1% “to kill a person.” Among all respondents, 18.5% thought it at least somewhat likely that within the next few years, in a situation where they believed political violence was justified, “I will be armed with a gun”; 4.0% thought it at least somewhat likely that “I will shoot someone with a gun.”

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Interest is how much is owed at a future date for borrowing money. If you raised rates you are literally mandating people have more money in the future (e.g inflation)

The own rate of money is determined by interest rates and inflation in a given timeframe:

Pi = Qi - Ci + Li (Own rate of interest)

Pi = 0 - 0 + Li (Keynes' properties of money)

Pi = Li (simplify)

Li = ΔIPDi + Ri (Liquidity trap from deflation + interest rates)

Pi = ΔIPDi + Ri (Substitute)

So as you can see, increasing rates is indistinguishable from inflation on the macro side. This makes sense as anyone buying credit would have to pay a higher price (e.g. inflation)

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Simple ci e I'm calling u out dingle. Write me so I can shut you down

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Well, it depends...

I'm a software engineer with a little over 15 years experience. I've worked with small start ups and larger enterprises. Today I run my own software dev team, so I have to sit on the other side and hire people. And before that, I was a project manager and engineering lead, hiring devs for my employer's company. So here are my thoughts.

If you've got funding, and you're prepared to pay competitive rates and hire full-time employees, I would try searching profiles on LinkedIn and posting jobs on Indeed and/or ZipRecruiter. If you're focused on hiring someone locally, so you can collaborate face-to-face, Craigslist can be decent.

If your software concept is a web app, you could try: https://www.reddit.com/r/WebDevJobs/

If it's a game, or a mobile app, or something, there are similar subreddits for those broad categories. Just search.

If you narrow down your focus to a particular specialty (React, Ruby on Rails, Django, MEAN stack, Unity3D, etc. depending on what you are doing), many of those have dedicated forums, LinkedIn groups, forums, Discords, Slack workspaces, etc. where people who specialize in that tech hang out. Most have a space set aside for matching candidates and employers.

I've used some of these communities, but LinkedIn is my go-to. The people you find on these other sources probably have a LinkedIn profile, even if it's not fully optimized. As a developer, if I was looking for a job, I would update my LinkedIn profile, and check my LinkedIn inbox, which usually had a dozen contacts from recruiters.

You can hire a technical recruiter to source candidates for you, but I'm a bit dubious on the value added there. Their commission is not particularly cheap, and it kind of looks like all they're doing is searching profiles on LinkedIn and posting on job boards. I mean, they'll have a database of resumes for candidates they talked to previously about other roles, but what is LinkedIn if not the world's largest database of resumes?

If you're strapped for cash, I would probably look at UpWork for offshore talent. There are a whole lot of other firms that you could talk to instead, that do basically the same thing, but UpWork is the largest. That means it has the most candidates from all over the world, and that large supply pushes prices down a bit. UpWork also makes it fairly turnkey. You pay through the platform and they handle time tracking and contracts and all that stuff. They also have some tools for basic technical skills screening. They're not amazing, but it's something.

Finding developers is actually the easy part. The hard part is finding someone who can actually deliver what you need. They need to be self-disciplined and have a good work ethic. They need to have the technical skills for your project. They need to be able to communicate effectively, explaining the technical stuff they are doing in a way that non-technical people can understand, and able to grasp both the big picture and the minute details of what you are trying to do.

While there are software developers who work in person at an office, it's a field where remote work is very popular. The tropes about software engineers being a fairly introverted group are largely accurate (not denying exceptions, but they are just that). Also, it's in the nature of software development work that it can be done from anywhere with a computer and Internet connection, unlike some other professions (not many remote plumbers). Lastly, while collaboration is vital to creating good software, so is having people leave you alone so can concentrate. And remote work is generally conducive to that. I have been remote for the majority of the last decade and all my devs are remote. As such, I am going to assume you're hiring someone remote.

Anyway, here are challenges I've run into, that you will need to watch out for, so you can avoid them.

People can quit abruptly. Sometimes they give you two weeks' notice, which is nice, but not really enough to properly prepare for their departure. Sometimes they quit without advance notice and tell you they can't work anymore. Sometimes they don't even tell you, and they just vanish. That last one is super weird. I've seen these things happen with in-person teams and remote ones, but I feel like it's a bit more prevalent with remote ones. The further away you are, the less "real" you feel, and the less strong the connection.

To mitigate this, I try to do weekly 1:1 meetings. Since we're remote, we do them over video calls. We talk about work stuff, like what tasks are complete, and what tasks are up next. I try to probe them about their level of happiness working for me, and I try to give a gentle heads up if I'm not happy with their work. We also talk about personal stuff: family, free time, travel, our respective communities, fitness, and mental and physical health. I try not to be too nosey, but I share openly from my side, and I check in if they've mentioned health issues that previously required time off. It helps with the understanding that we are just two human beings trying to get through this adventure we call life. I didn't start doing this nearly soon enough, but since I have, my attrition rate has gone way down.

Another problem you can have is a lack of accountability leading people to slack off. With a remote team, I can't look around and tell who's playing minesweeper and solitaire all day.

For most of our projects, we have a demo meeting where we show our progress every week. We also have a CI/CD (Contunuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) which grabs the latest code updates as the devs check them in, and deploys them to a dev server, so I, or my QA people, or my clients, can easily jump on there and see what's working and what isn't, and start to provide feedback, even before that demo meeting.

This also helps with the very common, "it works on my machine" problem in software development. Developers tend to run a completely self-contained instance of the software on their local machines so they can test their code changes in real-time. But sometimes code will work fine on their machine, and then fail when deployed to the real-world production environment, because of a difference in platform versions, or a problem with the deployment scripting, or any number of environment-specific things. Our dev servers are going to mirror production as closely as possible, so while devs still code against a local instance, they're expected to also verify that things work on the dev server.

Another problem I've seen is devs getting overwhelmed and not asking for help. This can look a lot like slacking off, but it's less malicious. They want to work hard and do a good job, but they're getting stuck somewhere in a task.

The first thing we do to combat this is we have a Slack channel where everyone posts a daily status update (including myself), outlining what they got done yesterday, what they are going to get done today, and calling out any blockers inhibiting forward progress. This first causes them to self-evaluate, in order to articulate their status. They have to ask themselves what they got done yesterday, and if the description of what they're doing today looks the same, to confront that publicly. They also have to identify blockers and call them out. Next, this status update is visible to the rest of the team. So if they're stuck on the same issue for too long, I can see that, and so can their teammates. And if there's a blocker, we can step in to remove it.

Next, we have a Trello board for each project, with a card for each task. This gives further insight into what everyone is doing, and it makes clear what task they need to tackle next.

Something we do to combat overwhelm is take a big card, and either put a checklist inside the card, or create a bunch of subcards with a link back to the main card. You really don't want multi-day tasks if at all possible. If something is going to take more than a day, you break it into smaller pieces. That way cards keep moving, and you don't have someone off working in a mystery box.

Another problem is devs who crank out a lot of code, but it's not what you asked for or what you want.

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Inflation right now is largely driven from high oil prices, which is manipulated by a couple cartels. What makes anyone think a market response to market killing behavior was going to do anything other than crash the economy?

Raising rates only makes new credit more expensive. Anyone with older flat rate credit or money in the bank actually earns more money (interest is paid to investors, e.g. poeple who already have money).

So what raising rates really does is makes debt more expensive for those without money, and gives it to people with money.

Also to be clear raising rates must expand the money supply as the government pays interest on bonds.

All that coupled with Keynes' theory of money, we see that the natural rate of money is zero as The own rate of money is determined by interest rates and inflation in a given timeframe:

Own rate = Growth rate - carrying cost - liquidity premium

Pi = Qi - Ci + Li (Own rate of interest)

Pi = 0 - 0 + Li (Keynes' properties of money)

Pi = Li (simplify)

Since inflation essentially is the liquidity premium for money we can then say:

Li = ΔIPDi + Ri (Liquidity trap from deflation + interest rates)

Pi = ΔIPDi + Ri (Substitute)

Now from the other side:

MV ≡ PT

M/T ≡ P/V

MV ≡ Q

M↑V↓≡ P↑T↑

ΔP ≡ ΔMΔV/ΔT

Pi = ΔMΔV/ΔT + Ri = ΔIPDi + Ri

So that is what inflation is, and we can see that raising rates must increase the money supply. It also shows that inflation happens first, then the money supply expands to meet it (the money supply is endogenous).

How do you actually control inflation?

If it is demand driven, you need to raise taxes. This will lower demand by reducing purchasing power.

If it us supply driven, you need to expand infrastructure. This will increase supply by building new capacity.

Tldr: changing rates isn't likely control inflation, but building infrastructure and raising taxes on the wealthy (w.g. a third home tax) we might be able to reign in inflation in a few years time, as most inflation is due to high oil prices at the moment.

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Regarding logo and CI: I made good experience with Upwork/fiverr. You will get good stuff for cheap.

I had not so much luck with naming though. Tried multiple freelancers but no one came up with a good name.

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This is just a solid value portfolio that's just focused on fundamentals.

Burry doesn't like Meta because he believes in the metaverse, it's just a good bargain when you look at the numbers. Same with WBD. Same with STLA. Same with CI. Look at the financials and you'll understand the picks.

Something that seems to be lacking recently.

Only one I don't get is BKNG.

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The difference is it pays a lump sum up front. You get the payout upon surviving (usually) 30 days after diagnosis. Your disability insurance might have a waiting period of 30 days or more so you get no money until after the first month where it starts to pay. Could be months to get 1 months coverage.
Most people buy less than what they need so imagine you get cancer and 3 months later you get your first cheque for $2000.
You could also be like my wife who has cancer but wouldn’t qualify as disabled (she can still dress, clean, toilet, transfer in and out of bed, and eat). And was unemployed when she got diagnosed. No DI coverage. But CI pays because the condition qualifies. Lump-sum tax free.

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Large-cap/blue chip value is down, but not down hard.

E.g. FBCVX. -0.22% over 52 weeks, but SPY is like -10%.

It's XOM, BRK, CI, CMCSA, CNC, VZ, UNH, etc.

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DES PA CI TO AY DALE SUA VE CI TO

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We have a balanced ETF portfolio through a robo-advisor - you can see what those look like here if you want to know what's in them: https://www.cifinancial.com/ci-di/ca/en/invest/etf-portfolio.html#ETF

I don't know off the top of my head what our contributions average exactly, but something like $4000-$5000/month.

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We use a robo-advisor that automatically allocated deposits according to our setup. Here are the types of portfolios the one we use offers: https://www.cifinancial.com/ci-di/ca/en/invest/etf-portfolio.html#ETF

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Thanks I'm told CI is extremely dangerous so that should be fun

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Of course you'll find outliers. I have the data readily available though.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6143238/

Median survival in NH was 2.2 years (95% confidence interval [CI]: 1.9–2.4).

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8.6 ci

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A couple I would check into as well for stocks, I’d say do an analysis on NCLH, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, it’s low based on the economy. Priced great for a holdout. I say this because people who have boats and motor homes who travel around the country are paying the same or more because of Gas. They are giving out great rates for guests and starting to pack up. The people who did do more vacationing before the gas hike, are now looking at hitting the Caribbean for the same price or cheaper. Just something I would say to look at as a long-term hold. Something to throw $1-$3k, depending on how to feel about your own analysis.

I’d also check out: VWO VGT AMD VOO IBM DIA

Here’s Michael Burry’s most recent 13F on Scion: AAPL BMY - Still going up in 2022 BKNG DISKG GOOGL CI FB OVV NXST STLA GPN SPWH

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CI or ABC look to be the best to me.

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Cigna - ci ticker. The job numbers are good for the healthcare sector. They pay a dividend. And analysts price target shows that there is plenty of room to the upside. Lastly, they have recently announced that they were going to accelerate their stock repurchases

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>Not sure, i'm focusing on other things personally.

But to be honest, when all the head of CI and strategy in insurance company say that it's been the most relevant technology of the past year i'm inclined to believe there's a reason for that, even though i haven't investigated yet.

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Completely depends on where the renewable fuels / RNG markets are going in the next 1 - 3 years....which is up in the air at the moment w/r/t SAF when you consider the lack of publicly traded sustainable aviation fuel companies. The one's I can come up with off the top of my head: Lanza went public by way of deSPAC but I don't think it's closed yet; I think Neste's fairly active in this market, but they're super late to the game compared to some of the privates that are out there like Enerkem, Fulcrum, Red Rock, etc.

It'd be encouraging to see additional government incentives for SAF that you see with renewable diesel (mostly in a designated RIN pathway) or, even better, a national-level LCFS-type credit system, similar to what you see in California.

That being said, RNG is different beast (and I have less background in RNG vs renewable fuels), but I think a big game changer here would be, again, another LCFS copycat system - not at the national level, but, weirdly enough, if the state of Wisconsin.

The reason being is that RNG produced from dairy farms has the lowest CI score by a wiiiiiiiiide margin, which honestly would result in a tooooon of explosive growth, mostly by public companies like CLNE or REG (now Chevron) buying up PE-backed privates. It would likely double or triple the annual FCF most of these small privates are making now in the state of Wisconsin (which is probably why most have been bought by PE funds at this point, waiting on legislative action to take place).

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Too much random stuff in here. FORGET "TECH." It was a bubble and there is a slim chance it's going to inflate again. Forget it. It's in the past tense.

but now is an AWESOME time for boring solid stocks that don't typically provide huge quick growth, but do when they rebound from crashes. Yes, yes, bear can last a while, but that can't be used as an excuse to not invest. You need to pick a few from each industry, with some example stocks:

Financials/banks: JPM, TD, BAC, AXP, GS, BNS, CM

Utilities: AEP, SO, EVRG - not on sale much though

Big food: K, GIS, ADM - granted, not really on sale now so maybe don't nibble yet

Big pharma: go pick your own I personally hate them for ethical reason so own none

consumer staples - JNJ, PG, CAG, SWK

Insurance - UNH, AFL, ORI, CI

Transportation - UPS, R

Industrials - CAT, HON, MMM, SNA, CMI

REITs - O, DLR, STAG

Retailers: TGT, BBY, HD

Chips: TXN, AMAT

and then overlap these with different levels of growers/solid dividend payers and domestic/international

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The issue with MRNA at this point is whether health insurance will assume the cost of Covid boosters, since the federal government is balking at continuing to pay for them. Also, MRNA has a nice R&D pipeline, but nothing imminent for market, so in the short term, its a one-trick pony with a declining revenue stream. You'll see some tradable volatility as a result, but don't look at it a a recession hedge. Better to look at TMO, UNH or CI.

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do you have a sheet with EarningsTtm for all 500+ S&P500 tickers? i am not sure where to find the mistake

|Ticker|SharesOutstanding|EarningsTtm| :--|:--|:--| |AAPL|16185000000|100347000000| |BRK.B|2206000000|81997020000| |GOOGL|658544000|73875465920| |GOOG|658544000|73875465920| |MSFT|7479000000|72172350000| |JPM|2937000000|39649500000| |META|2707000000|36246730000| |BAC|8057000000|28521780000| |XOM|4213000000|25404390000| |PFE|5611000000|24968950000| |INTC|4089000000|24779340000| |VZ|4200000000|21588000000| |AMZN|10174000000|21467140000| |CVX|1965000000|20966550000| |JNJ|2631000000|19837740000| |WFC|3790000000|18381500000| |GS|343447000|17965712570| |UNH|938172000|17374945440| |T|7159000000|17110010000| |C|1942000000|16584680000| |HD|1028000000|16262960000| |MRNA|397760000|14430732800| |PG|2399000000|14202080000| |MRK|2529000000|14187690000| |CMCSA|4480000000|14112000000| |MS|1749000000|13974510000| |V|2083000000|13289540000| |WMT|2741000000|12800470000| |COP|1293000000|12619680000| |ABBV|1767000000|12386670000| |CSCO|4141000000|11843260000| |F|4020000000|11617800000| |QCOM|1120000000|11099200000| |UPS|873766000|10764797120| |KO|4335000000|10360650000| |PEP|1383000000|10165050000| |COF|393051000|10038522540| |NVDA|2500000000|9450000000| |MA|972645000|9386024250| |AIG|792192000|9308256000| |MU|1117000000|8991850000| |PM|1550000000|8959000000| |GM|1458000000|8879220000| |TSLA|1036000000|8588440000| |AVGO|403818000|8484216180| |REGN|109846000|8237351540| |TXN|922134000|8170107240| |CB|423711000|8016612120| |CVS|1311000000|7957770000| |LOW|639129000|7867677990| |ABT|1751000000|7616850000| |TMO|391462000|7570875080| |AXP|753060000|7530600000| |NUE|266062000|7455057240| |MCD|739605000|7055831700| |ACN|664188000|6954048360| |USB|1486000000|6895040000| |DOW|728102000|6734943500| |ORCL|2668000000|6643320000| |UNP|628025000|6631944000| |AMAT|869947000|6576799320| |OXY|937191000|6504105540| |LLY|950160000|6423081600| |CAT|533374000|6405821740| |DHR|727077000|6398277600| |HCA|295484000|6382454400| |MET|813206000|6334874740| |WBA|863773000|6279629710| |BLK|151503000|6117691140| |BMY|2129000000|6046360000| |LMT|266107000|6045951040| |NKE|1574000000|6028420000| |TFC|1331000000|6016120000| |DE|305636000|5898774800| |HPQ|1034000000|5831760000| |LYB|327622000|5762870980| |TGT|463696000|5643180320| |NOC|155445000|5641099050| |COST|442963000|5638918990| |IBM|899435000|5531525250| |MMM|569059000|5519872300| |AMGN|534200000|5454182000| |WBD|2427000000|5412210000| |HON|680733000|5180378130| |CI|317273000|5165204440| |SCHW|1817000000|5051260000| |FCX|1449000000|5042520000| |NFLX|444274000|5015853460| |MDT|1329000000|4983750000| |DHI|352030000|4970663600| |PNC|413581000|4888527420| |ADBE|472500000|4866750000| |SPGI|347100000|4828161000| |CHTR|167858000|4765488620| |DFS|280965000|4742689200| |FDX|259178000|4704080700| |PRU|375000000|4657500000| |GILD|1254000000|4514400000| |LRCX|138715000|4463848700| |EOG|585713000|4416276020| |AMD|1621000000|4392910000| |LEN|295490000|4340748100| |SBUX|1147000000|4312720000| |PXD|241959000|4176212340| |RTX|1487000000|4163600000| |MDLZ|1384000000|4152000000| |TSN|354548000|4045392680| |ICE|558266000|4041845840| |PARA|649101000|4024426200| |LIN|503453000|3947071520| |AFL|644165000|3942289800| |NRG|237284000|3898576120| |TRV|239961000|3832177170| |CSX|2174000000|3826240000| |SYF|501489000|3726063270| |PLD|748939000|3722226830| |HPE|1299000000|3676170000| |DUK|769899000|3672418230| |PYPL|1158000000|3531900000| |DVN|660000000|3511200000| |ALL|274983000|3426288180| |ELV|357347000|3319753630| |EL|357347000|3319753630| |EMBC|357347000|3319753630| |BK|807798000|3279659880| |GD|277705000|3268587850| |TJX|1172000000|3234720000| |MMC|501914000|3212249600| |WTW|111488000|3196360960| |KLAC|149235000|3098118600| |ADM|562708000|3066758600| |EMR|621998000|2998030360| |HUM|126493000|2997884100| |D|830650000|2990340000| |MO|1811000000|2988150000| |NSC|238333000|2962479190| |AMP|109904000|2930040640| |ADP|417747000|2844857070| |TROW|227297000|2836666560| |TMUS|1254000000|2821500000| |PSX|481086000|2766244500| |CME|359421000|2760353280| |STT|367115000|2753362500| |FANG|177493000|2706768250| |AEP|513544000|2685835120| |WY|744498000|2680192800| |ITW|311443000|2662837650| |DIS|1821000000|2658660000| |AMT|456347000|2646812600| |CARR|848242000|2621067780| |EXC|980210000|2597556500| |MOS|361993000|2584630020| |VLO|408096000|2534276160| |INTU|282812000|2528339280| |MPC|540995000|2504806850| |ATVI|781882000|2486384760| |TEL|322174000|2458187620| |VRTX|255756000|2447584920| |HIG|328865000|2427023700| |FITB|686087000|2415026240| |KDP|1419000000|2412300000| |APA|338232000|2381153280| |MTB|179431000|2354134720| |CFG|495446000|2348414040| |KEY|932471000|2331177500| |SO|1063000000|2296080000| |GIS|602212000|2276361360| |RF|934500000|2270835000| |AZO|19488000|2262556800| |DG|226997000|2226840570| |DISH|529995000|2220679050| |ETN|399000000|2218440000| |CTSH|521174000|2178507320| |APD|221773000|2175593130| |PGR|584900000|2164130000| |SPG|328647000|2149351380| |LUMN|1033000000|2148640000| |NXPI|262565000|2145156050| |KR|727753000|2139593820| |SLB|1413000000|2105370000| |ORLY|65725000|2070337500| |ZTS|470629000|2061355020| |BBY|225168000|2051280480| |LH|93176000|2047076720| |CINF|160440000|2045610000| |CE|108309000|2039458470| |MRO|707691000|2038150080| |CL|837942000|2027819640| |SYK|378154000|2019342360| |PCAR|347683000|1981793100| |MCO|184500000|1961235000| |HSY|205605000|1951191450| |PHM|237627000|1943788860| |CBRE|326861000|1918674070| |CMI|141098000|1911877900| |WM|415207000|1893343920| |BEN|499924000|1864716520| |ADI|519806000|1850509360| |WDC|313168000|1841427840| |BDX|285065000|1821565350| |PSA|175529000|1816725150| |SHW|260131000|1815714380| |LHX|192875000|1809167500| |DGX|117365000|1793337200| |STX|214844000|1783205200| |SIVB|58851000|1760233410| |KMB|336925000|1752010000| |ABC|209464000|1736456560| |CTRA|805805000|1724422700| |IP|370629000|1701187110| |CTVA|723700000|1700695000| |PH|128478000|1688200920| |APH|597139000|1683931980| |FISV|646394000|1674160460| |ISRG|358957000|1651202200| |CF|208602000|1629181620| |XEL|544653000|1628512470| |CNP|629449000|1598800460| |YUM|285164000|1596918400| |VICI|963002000|1588953300| |L|246108000|1587396600| |ROST|349926000|1581665520| |RJF|216659000|1579444110| |HAL|901976000|1560418480| |EW|621752000|1535727440| |ED|354295000|1534097350| |URI|71612000|1531780680| |K|337873000|1530564690| |HOLX|249381000|1526211720| |DD|508527000|1525581000| |WHR|56202000|1524760260| |NTRS|208380000|1508671200| |OKE|446616000|1505095920| |CNC|584887000|1503159590| |PFG|252684000|1493362440| |MAR|327298000|1485932920| |DLTR|224556000|1482069600| |WMB|1218000000|1473780000| |EXPD|167754000|1466169960| |ON|434506000|1459940160| |CCI|433032000|1459317840| |NEE|1965000000|1454100000| |FRC|179603000|1436824000| |BIIB|146452000|1433765080| |TT|233860000|1424207400| |VFC|388323000|1378546650| |DLR|284672000|1377812480| |PAYX|361017000|1361034090| |WEC|315435000|1356370500| |MNST|529671000|1355957760| |AON|212384000|1350762240| |EQR|376042000|1349990780| |CMS|290129000|1349099850| |SWKS|160926000|1337295060| |RSG|315891000|1336218930| |NVR|3290000|1330081200| |MGM|426052000|1325021720| |WRB|265193000|1323313070| |RE|39438000|1320778620| |SWK|150965000|1305847250| |IVZ|455025000|1301371500| |OGN|253637000|1301157810| |ES|344878000|1300190060| |AWK|181753000|1286811240| |MCHP|554501000|1286442320| |MSI|167297000|1256400470| |A|298708000|1251586520| |OMC|205733000|1248799310| |OTIS|422794000|1238786420| |FE|570932000|1233213120| |KHC|1224000000|1224000000| |JCI|695669000|1210464060| |LNC|171947000|1191592710| |CTAS|102325000|1184923500| |NDAQ|164678000|1164273460| |GWW|51102000|1158482340| |AVB|139818000|1124136720| |DOV|144163000|1118704880| |ODFL|113354000|1117670440| |ROP|105913000|1115263890| |FOXA|556749000|1113498000| |FOX|556749000|1113498000| |BALL|319789000|1112865720| |ECL|285655000|1105484850| |CPRT|237673000|1083788880| |SBNY|62928000|1083620160| |GLW|844612000|1081103360| |GRMN|193125000|1077637500| |PPG|236194000|1072320760| |TAP|216890000|1071436600| |ETR|203374000|1069747240| |IQV|189279000|1069426350| |HBAN|1439000000|1064860000| |BAX|503529000|1062446190| |MCK|145365000|1061164500|

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VRTX, CI, SI (for fun), CLDT.

(Bought PSX and F today.)

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Comme ci comme ca

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D3V is a Google Cloud Partner with expertise in

  • DevOps and Cloud Monitoring
  • Cloud-Native Application Development
  • Legacy Application Modernization
  • On-prem/AWS Migration to GCP

✔ Qualification

  • Over 20+ years of Cloud Services Expertise
  • Google Cloud Certifications:
    • Professional Cloud Architect
    • Professional Data Engineer
    • Professional Cloud Network Engineer

✔ Focus

Program / Scripting | App Platform | BI & Big Data | DevOps ---|---|---|--- Golang | Google App Engine | Dialog Flow | CI/CD Pipelines Node.Js | Google Cloud Run | BigQuery | Cloud Monitoring Python | Google Kubernetes | Hadoop | Automation Angular / React | Cloud SQL / Spanner | Splunk | Infrastructure as Code

✔ Customer Success / Case Studies


✔ Resources

✔ Social Links


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## D3V is a [Google Cloud Partner](https://cloud.withgoogle.com/partners/detail/?id=d3v-technology-solutions&hl=en-US) with expertise in* DevOps and Cloud Monitoring* Cloud-Native Application Development* Legacy Application Modernization* On-prem/AWS Migration to GCP## ✔ Qualification* Over 20+ years of Cloud Services Expertise* Google Cloud Certifications: * Professional Cloud Architect * Professional Data Engineer * Professional Cloud Network Engineer## ✔ Focus**Program / Scripting** | **App Platform** | **BI & Big Data** | **DevOps**---|---|---|---Golang | Google App Engine | Dialog Flow | CI/CD PipelinesNode.Js | Google Cloud Run | BigQuery | Cloud MonitoringPython | Google Kubernetes | Hadoop | AutomationAngular / React | Cloud SQL / Spanner | Splunk | Infrastructure as Code## ✔ Customer Success / Case Studies* [PathDojo Improves Network Efficiency, Security and Flexibility through a Virtual Private Cloud](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/pathdojo-improves-network-efficiency-security-and-flexibility-through-a-virtual-private-cloud)* [OSMix Music Begins a New Era of Serverless Audio Processing](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/osmix-music-begins-a-new-era-of-serverless-audio-processing)* [Bedrock Real Property Services Migrate and Optimize Analytical Workloads in Just Five Days](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/bedrock-real-property-services-migrate-and-optimize-analytical-workloads-in-just-five-days)* [Multi-Billion Dollar Supermarket Chain Improves Performance, Security, and Application Scalability](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/multi-billion-dollar-supermarket-chain-improves-performance-security-and-application-scalability)* [BLI Rentals Improves Operational Efficiency Through Modernization](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/bli-rentals-improves-operational-efficiency-through-modernization)* [Fabsystems Modernizes their Software to Optimize Costs, Flexibility and Scalability](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/fabsystems-modernizes-their-software-to-optimize-costs-flexibility-and-scalability)* [Innovative Multi-Tenant Solution for DARI Motion Cuts Cloud Spend by 70%](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/innovative-multi-tenant-solution-for-dari-motion-cuts-cloud-spend-by-70)---### ✔ Resources * [Insight Articles](https://www.d3vtech.com/insights)* [Case Studies](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success)* [eBooks](https://www.d3vtech.com/ebooks)### ✔ Social Links* [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/company/d3vtech)* [Clutch](https://clutch.co/profile/d3v-technology-solutions)---# ✉ [Contact/Website](http://d3vtech.com/contact-us)

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## D3V is a [Google Cloud Partner](https://cloud.withgoogle.com/partners/detail/?id=d3v-technology-solutions&hl=en-US) with expertise in* DevOps and Cloud Monitoring* Cloud-Native Application Development* Legacy Application Modernization* On-prem/AWS Migration to GCP## ✔ Qualification* Over 20+ years of Cloud Services Expertise* Google Cloud Certifications: * Professional Cloud Architect * Professional Data Engineer * Professional Cloud Network Engineer## ✔ Focus**Program / Scripting** | **App Platform** | **BI & Big Data** | **DevOps**---|---|---|---Golang | Google App Engine | Dialog Flow | CI/CD PipelinesNode.Js | Google Cloud Run | BigQuery | Cloud MonitoringPython | Google Kubernetes | Hadoop | AutomationAngular / React | Cloud SQL / Spanner | Splunk | Infrastructure as Code## ✔ Customer Success / Case Studies* [PathDojo Improves Network Efficiency, Security and Flexibility through a Virtual Private Cloud](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/pathdojo-improves-network-efficiency-security-and-flexibility-through-a-virtual-private-cloud)* [OSMix Music Begins a New Era of Serverless Audio Processing](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/osmix-music-begins-a-new-era-of-serverless-audio-processing)* [Bedrock Real Property Services Migrate and Optimize Analytical Workloads in Just Five Days](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/bedrock-real-property-services-migrate-and-optimize-analytical-workloads-in-just-five-days)* [Multi-Billion Dollar Supermarket Chain Improves Performance, Security, and Application Scalability](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/multi-billion-dollar-supermarket-chain-improves-performance-security-and-application-scalability)* [BLI Rentals Improves Operational Efficiency Through Modernization](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/bli-rentals-improves-operational-efficiency-through-modernization)* [Fabsystems Modernizes their Software to Optimize Costs, Flexibility and Scalability](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/fabsystems-modernizes-their-software-to-optimize-costs-flexibility-and-scalability)* [Innovative Multi-Tenant Solution for DARI Motion Cuts Cloud Spend by 70%](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success/innovative-multi-tenant-solution-for-dari-motion-cuts-cloud-spend-by-70)---### ✔ Resources * [Insight Articles](https://www.d3vtech.com/insights)* [Case Studies](https://www.d3vtech.com/customer-success)* [eBooks](https://www.d3vtech.com/ebooks)### ✔ Social Links* [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/company/d3vtech)* [Clutch](https://clutch.co/profile/d3v-technology-solutions)---# ✉ [Contact/Website](http://d3vtech.com/contact-us)

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D3V is a Google Cloud Partner with expertise in

  • DevOps and Cloud Monitoring
  • Cloud-Native Application Development
  • Legacy Application Modernization
  • On-prem/AWS Migration to GCP

✔ Qualification

  • Over 20+ years of Cloud Services Expertise
  • Google Cloud Certifications:
    • Professional Cloud Architect
    • Professional Data Engineer
    • Professional Cloud Network Engineer

✔ Focus

Program / Scripting | App Platform | BI & Big Data | DevOps ---|---|---|--- Golang | Google App Engine | Dialog Flow | CI/CD Pipelines Node.Js | Google Cloud Run | BigQuery | Cloud Monitoring Python | Google Kubernetes | Hadoop | Automation Angular / React | Cloud SQL / Spanner | Splunk | Infrastructure as Code

✔ Customer Success / Case Studies


✔ Resources

✔ Social Links


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Category 3 (part 1)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |L|Loews Corporation|Financial|59.77|14709875272|9.29|08/01/2022| |PXD|Pioneer Natural Resources Company|Energy|223.48|54072996286|13.63|08/01/2022| |NXPI|NXP Semiconductors N.V.|Technology|159.32|41831809927|19.78|08/01/2022| |O|Realty Income Corporation|Real Estate|69.19|41624580926|67.82|08/01/2022| |WMB|The Williams Companies, Inc.|Energy|30.05|36601229620|24.97|08/01/2022| |DVN|Devon Energy Corporation|Energy|53.77|35488200302|10.07|08/01/2022| |SBAC|SBA Communications Corporation|Real Estate|327.73|35338799354|82.68|08/01/2022| |GPN|Global Payments Inc.|Industrials|118.86|33463797027|34.02|08/01/2022| |SPG|Simon Property Group, Inc.|Real Estate|99.62|32738968272|14.7|08/01/2022| |ANET|Arista Networks, Inc.|Technology|99.82|30770862475|34.2|08/01/2022| |AWK|American Water Works Company, Inc.|Utilities|148.34|26961283856|20.96|08/01/2022| |TTWO|Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.|Communication Services|133.62|21662460246|37.33|08/01/2022| |FANG|Diamondback Energy, Inc.|Energy|119.7|21245863678|7.88|08/01/2022| |MOS|The Mosaic Company|Basic Materials|46.61|16872512594|6.6|08/01/2022| |SEDG|SolarEdge Technologies, Inc.|Technology|286.34|15859587825|91.99|08/01/2022| |EMN|Eastman Chemical Company|Basic Materials|92.45|11915177486|15.22|08/01/2022| |VNO|Vornado Realty Trust|Real Estate|29.88|5729292631|46.51|08/01/2022| |UAA|Under Armour, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|9.58|4343264447|20.39|08/02/2022| |LLY|Eli Lilly and Company|Healthcare|325.62|309390899188|48.32|08/02/2022| |AMGN|Amgen Inc.|Healthcare|245.37|131076651391|24.16|08/02/2022| |ATVI|Activision Blizzard, Inc.|Communication Services|77.94|60939846018|24.69|08/02/2022| |FIS|Fidelity National Information Services, Inc.|Technology|98.63|60240361778|67.08|08/02/2022| |PSA|Public Storage|Real Estate|314.19|55149425519|30.53|08/02/2022| |OXY|Occidental Petroleum Corporation|Energy|57.52|53907220997|8.75|08/02/2022| |ETN|Eaton Corporation plc|Industrials|131.83|52600170730|23.88|08/02/2022| |MPC|Marathon Petroleum Corporation|Energy|85.68|46352443197|5.08|08/02/2022| |MAR|Marriott International, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|139.39|45622109837|30.9|08/02/2022| |LHX|L3Harris Technologies, Inc.|Industrials|233.55|45045863418|25.16|08/02/2022| |PRU|Prudential Financial, Inc.|Financial|97.41|36528751373|7.91|08/02/2022| |WBD|Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc.|Communication Services|14.28|34655331671|7.09|08/02/2022| |MCHP|Microchip Technology Incorporated|Technology|60.58|33591689769|26.67|08/02/2022| |PEG|Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated|Utilities|62.51|31208673001|#N/A|08/02/2022| |WEC|WEC Energy Group, Inc.|Utilities|97.16|30647617175|22.66|08/02/2022| |DD|DuPont de Nemours, Inc.|Basic Materials|58.55|29774226187|19.57|08/02/2022| |CMI|Cummins Inc.|Industrials|195.02|27516874056|14.51|08/02/2022| |VRSK|Verisk Analytics, Inc.|Industrials|172.99|27315450548|27.98|08/02/2022| |AME|AMETEK, Inc.|Industrials|113.5|26208273650|25.35|08/02/2022| |OKE|ONEOK, Inc.|Energy|54.57|24371840440|16.25|08/02/2022| |ZBH|Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.|Healthcare|108.87|22816681226|105.67|08/02/2022| |MTCH|Match Group, Inc.|Communication Services|78.45|22399960993|86.61|08/02/2022| |IT|Gartner, Inc.|Technology|251.29|20238652307|26.56|08/02/2022| |LYV|Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.|Communication Services|86.8|19795947215|#N/A|08/02/2022| |WAT|Waters Corporation|Healthcare|328.58|19792130494|28.72|08/02/2022| |PAYC|Paycom Software, Inc.|Technology|306.53|18469652415|79.87|08/02/2022| |CLX|The Clorox Company|Consumer Defensive|140.75|17323495925|38.17|08/02/2022| |INCY|Incyte Corporation|Healthcare|78.19|17319468671|18.61|08/02/2022| |EXPD|Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.|Industrials|100.49|16857579003|11.63|08/02/2022| |ZBRA|Zebra Technologies Corporation|Technology|308.91|16222047417|20.41|08/02/2022| |J|Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.|Industrials|125.42|16132423188|43.62|08/02/2022| |AKAM|Akamai Technologies, Inc.|Technology|94.46|15142429045|25.4|08/02/2022| |XYL|Xylem Inc.|Industrials|79.61|14337171995|34.22|08/02/2022| |PEAK|Healthpeak Properties, Inc.|Real Estate|26.1|14082440515|33.06|08/02/2022| |LDOS|Leidos Holdings, Inc.|Technology|101.57|13880759298|19.99|08/02/2022| |WTW|Willis Towers Watson Public Limited Company|Financial|204.95|13792661360|13.05|08/02/2022| |FMC|FMC Corporation|Basic Materials|108.23|13630400038|18.27|08/02/2022| |BEN|Franklin Resources, Inc.|Financial|25.34|12668074236|6.8|08/02/2022| |LUMN|Lumen Technologies, Inc.|Communication Services|11.27|11642530322|5.47|08/02/2022| |HSIC|Henry Schein, Inc.|Healthcare|77.29|10669938729|16.81|08/02/2022| |CZR|Caesars Entertainment, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|44.47|9532860728|#N/A|08/02/2022| |AIZ|Assurant, Inc.|Financial|172.86|9349145233|7.56|08/02/2022| |SEE|Sealed Air Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|59.65|8713934682|16.46|08/02/2022| |DVA|DaVita Inc.|Healthcare|77.5|7331500000|9.22|08/02/2022| |RL|Ralph Lauren Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|96.35|6751761792|11.93|08/02/2022| |IPGP|IPG Photonics Corporation|Technology|98.98|5134354081|18.97|08/02/2022| |CVS|CVS Health Corporation|Healthcare|94.52|123944922278|15.71|08/03/2022| |BKNG|Booking Holdings Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|1931.05|78445528896|156.17|08/03/2022| |MET|MetLife, Inc.|Financial|64.22|52224077468|8.33|08/03/2022| |GM|General Motors Company|Consumer Cyclical|34.82|50775916354|5.78|08/03/2022| |EMR|Emerson Electric Co.|Industrials|82.03|48725819274|17.14|08/03/2022| |KHC|The Kraft Heinz Company|Consumer Defensive|38.4|46999720267|38.79|08/03/2022| |MCK|McKesson Corporation|Healthcare|321.55|46168404487|44.28|08/03/2022| |EXC|Exelon Corporation|Utilities|43.29|42433274481|16.38|08/03/2022| |EA|Electronic Arts Inc.|Communication Services|130.2|36442132845|47.2|08/03/2022| |ALL|The Allstate Corporation|Financial|127.16|34966839287|10.72|08/03/2022| |TT|Trane Technologies plc|Industrials|131.49|30750305280|21.9|08/03/2022| |ALB|Albemarle Corporation|Basic Materials|224.79|26325740567|94.51|08/03/2022| |ETR|Entergy Corporation|Utilities|110.55|22483018430|21.13|08/03/2022| |ANSS|ANSYS, Inc.|Technology|256.95|22352107256|49.94|08/03/2022| |CDW|CDW Corporation|Technology|164.34|22204913643|22.7|08/03/2022| |VMC|Vulcan Materials Company|Basic Materials|145.82|19378881111|32.35|08/03/2022| |FOX|Fox Corporation|Communication Services|30.35|17674686308|15.21|08/03/2022| |FLT|FLEETCOR Technologies, Inc.|Technology|217.5|16821628350|20.51|08/03/2022| |MRO|Marathon Oil Corporation|Energy|22.05|15604583805|7.69|08/03/2022| |TRMB|Trimble Inc.|Technology|61.01|15261193505|31.72|08/03/2022| |ATO|Atmos Energy Corporation|Utilities|109.24|15185998303|20.44|08/03/2022| |WDC|Western Digital Corporation|Technology|47.07|14740808250|8.12|08/03/2022| |AES|The AES Corporation|Utilities|21.42|14305554824|#N/A|08/03/2022| |HWM|Howmet Aerospace Inc.|Industrials|32.18|13448472647|45.18|08/03/2022| |MGM|MGM Resorts International|Consumer Cyclical|30.24|12883821454|9.83|08/03/2022| |APA|APA Corporation|Energy|36.45|12328574883|#N/A|08/03/2022| |ABMD|Abiomed, Inc.|Healthcare|255.32|11633385494|85.82|08/03/2022| |NI|NiSource Inc.|Utilities|28.62|11613941962|18.81|08/03/2022| |HST|Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.|Real Estate|16.09|11500762039|45.05|08/03/2022| |CRL|Charles River Laboratories International, Inc.|Healthcare|226.32|11498160813|27.58|08/03/2022| |RCL|Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.|Consumer Cyclical|41.76|10646974660|#N/A|08/03/2022| |ETSY|Etsy, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|83.62|10629691129|27.9|08/03/2022| |QRVO|Qorvo, Inc.|Technology|97.87|10376901929|10.56|08/03/2022| |BWA|BorgWarner Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.69|8550424282|12.72|08/03/2022| |LNC|Lincoln National Corporation|Financial|48.98|8421954185|6.86|08/03/2022| |FRT|Federal Realty Investment Trust|Real Estate|99.53|7904694399|30.22|08/03/2022| |CDAY|Ceridian HCM Holding Inc.|Technology|51.59|7874945255|#N/A|08/03/2022| |DXC|DXC Technology Company|Technology|32.15|7383402170|11.54|08/03/2022| |WYNN|Wynn Resorts, Limited|Consumer Cyclical|58.29|6759594127|#N/A|08/03/2022| |CTXS|Citrix Systems, Inc.|Technology|96.59|12226352077|44.06|08/04/2022| |NWSA|News Corporation|Communication Services|15.78|9300725530|18.79|08/04/2022| |AMZN|Amazon.com, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|116.46|1184911546365|56.32|08/04/2022| |MA|Mastercard Incorporated|Financial|330.5|321459040300|34.39|08/04/2022| |TMUS|T-Mobile US, Inc.|Communication Services|137.08|171841297015|61.33|08/04/2022| |AMT|American Tower Corporation|Real Estate|261.65|121588071873|45.27|08/04/2022| |COP|ConocoPhillips|Energy|90.91|117587453326|9.35|08/04/2022| |SPGI|S&P Global Inc.|Financial|341.66|116130235244|24.66|08/04/2022| |CI|Cigna Corporation|Healthcare|265.13|84118698091|16.44|08/04/2022| |ZTS|Zoetis Inc.|Healthcare|174.61|82176460133|40.07|08/04/2022| |DUK|Duke Energy Corporation|Utilities|104.53|80477687872|21.93|08/04/2022| |GILD|Gilead Sciences, Inc.|Healthcare|63.08|79122066336|17.62|08/04/2022| |VRTX|Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated|Healthcare|292.55|74821385422|30.83|08/04/2022| |SO|The Southern Company|Utilities|69.83|74196052865|32.59|08/04/2022| |NOC|Northrop Grumman Corporation|Industrials|463.7|72079662917|12.78|08/04/2022| |BDX|Becton, Dickinson and Company|Healthcare|250.92|71528408910|39.57|08/04/2022| |REGN|Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.|Healthcare|612.49|67279636716|8.68|08/04/2022| |EOG|EOG Resources, Inc.|Energy|110.59|64774042761|14.76|08/04/2022| |EW|Edwards Lifesciences Corporation|Healthcare|96.98|60297481953|39.75|08/04/2022| |MRNA|Moderna, Inc.|Healthcare|144.27|57384764764|4.24|08/04/2022| |ICE|Intercontinental Exchange, Inc.|Financial|97.91|54659845686|13.6|08/04/2022| |KLAC|KLA Corporation|Technology|339.5|50665282500|16.48|08/04/2022| |MNST|Monster Beverage Corporation|Consumer Defensive|94.58|50096312523|37.35|08/04/2022| |FTNT|Fortinet, Inc.|Technology|59.13|47458135028|77.17|08/04/2022|

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Category 3 (part 1)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |L|Loews Corporation|Financial|59.77|14709875272|9.29|08/01/2022| |PXD|Pioneer Natural Resources Company|Energy|223.48|54072996286|13.63|08/01/2022| |NXPI|NXP Semiconductors N.V.|Technology|159.32|41831809927|19.78|08/01/2022| |O|Realty Income Corporation|Real Estate|69.19|41624580926|67.82|08/01/2022| |WMB|The Williams Companies, Inc.|Energy|30.05|36601229620|24.97|08/01/2022| |DVN|Devon Energy Corporation|Energy|53.77|35488200302|10.07|08/01/2022| |SBAC|SBA Communications Corporation|Real Estate|327.73|35338799354|82.68|08/01/2022| |GPN|Global Payments Inc.|Industrials|118.86|33463797027|34.02|08/01/2022| |SPG|Simon Property Group, Inc.|Real Estate|99.62|32738968272|14.7|08/01/2022| |ANET|Arista Networks, Inc.|Technology|99.82|30770862475|34.2|08/01/2022| |AWK|American Water Works Company, Inc.|Utilities|148.34|26961283856|20.96|08/01/2022| |TTWO|Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.|Communication Services|133.62|21662460246|37.33|08/01/2022| |FANG|Diamondback Energy, Inc.|Energy|119.7|21245863678|7.88|08/01/2022| |MOS|The Mosaic Company|Basic Materials|46.61|16872512594|6.6|08/01/2022| |SEDG|SolarEdge Technologies, Inc.|Technology|286.34|15859587825|91.99|08/01/2022| |EMN|Eastman Chemical Company|Basic Materials|92.45|11915177486|15.22|08/01/2022| |VNO|Vornado Realty Trust|Real Estate|29.88|5729292631|46.51|08/01/2022| |UAA|Under Armour, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|9.58|4343264447|20.39|08/02/2022| |LLY|Eli Lilly and Company|Healthcare|325.62|309390899188|48.32|08/02/2022| |AMGN|Amgen Inc.|Healthcare|245.37|131076651391|24.16|08/02/2022| |ATVI|Activision Blizzard, Inc.|Communication Services|77.94|60939846018|24.69|08/02/2022| |FIS|Fidelity National Information Services, Inc.|Technology|98.63|60240361778|67.08|08/02/2022| |PSA|Public Storage|Real Estate|314.19|55149425519|30.53|08/02/2022| |OXY|Occidental Petroleum Corporation|Energy|57.52|53907220997|8.75|08/02/2022| |ETN|Eaton Corporation plc|Industrials|131.83|52600170730|23.88|08/02/2022| |MPC|Marathon Petroleum Corporation|Energy|85.68|46352443197|5.08|08/02/2022| |MAR|Marriott International, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|139.39|45622109837|30.9|08/02/2022| |LHX|L3Harris Technologies, Inc.|Industrials|233.55|45045863418|25.16|08/02/2022| |PRU|Prudential Financial, Inc.|Financial|97.41|36528751373|7.91|08/02/2022| |WBD|Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc.|Communication Services|14.28|34655331671|7.09|08/02/2022| |MCHP|Microchip Technology Incorporated|Technology|60.58|33591689769|26.67|08/02/2022| |PEG|Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated|Utilities|62.51|31208673001|#N/A|08/02/2022| |WEC|WEC Energy Group, Inc.|Utilities|97.16|30647617175|22.66|08/02/2022| |DD|DuPont de Nemours, Inc.|Basic Materials|58.55|29774226187|19.57|08/02/2022| |CMI|Cummins Inc.|Industrials|195.02|27516874056|14.51|08/02/2022| |VRSK|Verisk Analytics, Inc.|Industrials|172.99|27315450548|27.98|08/02/2022| |AME|AMETEK, Inc.|Industrials|113.5|26208273650|25.35|08/02/2022| |OKE|ONEOK, Inc.|Energy|54.57|24371840440|16.25|08/02/2022| |ZBH|Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.|Healthcare|108.87|22816681226|105.67|08/02/2022| |MTCH|Match Group, Inc.|Communication Services|78.45|22399960993|86.61|08/02/2022| |IT|Gartner, Inc.|Technology|251.29|20238652307|26.56|08/02/2022| |LYV|Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.|Communication Services|86.8|19795947215|#N/A|08/02/2022| |WAT|Waters Corporation|Healthcare|328.58|19792130494|28.72|08/02/2022| |PAYC|Paycom Software, Inc.|Technology|306.53|18469652415|79.87|08/02/2022| |CLX|The Clorox Company|Consumer Defensive|140.75|17323495925|38.17|08/02/2022| |INCY|Incyte Corporation|Healthcare|78.19|17319468671|18.61|08/02/2022| |EXPD|Expeditors International of Washington, Inc.|Industrials|100.49|16857579003|11.63|08/02/2022| |ZBRA|Zebra Technologies Corporation|Technology|308.91|16222047417|20.41|08/02/2022| |J|Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.|Industrials|125.42|16132423188|43.62|08/02/2022| |AKAM|Akamai Technologies, Inc.|Technology|94.46|15142429045|25.4|08/02/2022| |XYL|Xylem Inc.|Industrials|79.61|14337171995|34.22|08/02/2022| |PEAK|Healthpeak Properties, Inc.|Real Estate|26.1|14082440515|33.06|08/02/2022| |LDOS|Leidos Holdings, Inc.|Technology|101.57|13880759298|19.99|08/02/2022| |WTW|Willis Towers Watson Public Limited Company|Financial|204.95|13792661360|13.05|08/02/2022| |FMC|FMC Corporation|Basic Materials|108.23|13630400038|18.27|08/02/2022| |BEN|Franklin Resources, Inc.|Financial|25.34|12668074236|6.8|08/02/2022| |LUMN|Lumen Technologies, Inc.|Communication Services|11.27|11642530322|5.47|08/02/2022| |HSIC|Henry Schein, Inc.|Healthcare|77.29|10669938729|16.81|08/02/2022| |CZR|Caesars Entertainment, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|44.47|9532860728|#N/A|08/02/2022| |AIZ|Assurant, Inc.|Financial|172.86|9349145233|7.56|08/02/2022| |SEE|Sealed Air Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|59.65|8713934682|16.46|08/02/2022| |DVA|DaVita Inc.|Healthcare|77.5|7331500000|9.22|08/02/2022| |RL|Ralph Lauren Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|96.35|6751761792|11.93|08/02/2022| |IPGP|IPG Photonics Corporation|Technology|98.98|5134354081|18.97|08/02/2022| |CVS|CVS Health Corporation|Healthcare|94.52|123944922278|15.71|08/03/2022| |BKNG|Booking Holdings Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|1931.05|78445528896|156.17|08/03/2022| |MET|MetLife, Inc.|Financial|64.22|52224077468|8.33|08/03/2022| |GM|General Motors Company|Consumer Cyclical|34.82|50775916354|5.78|08/03/2022| |EMR|Emerson Electric Co.|Industrials|82.03|48725819274|17.14|08/03/2022| |KHC|The Kraft Heinz Company|Consumer Defensive|38.4|46999720267|38.79|08/03/2022| |MCK|McKesson Corporation|Healthcare|321.55|46168404487|44.28|08/03/2022| |EXC|Exelon Corporation|Utilities|43.29|42433274481|16.38|08/03/2022| |EA|Electronic Arts Inc.|Communication Services|130.2|36442132845|47.2|08/03/2022| |ALL|The Allstate Corporation|Financial|127.16|34966839287|10.72|08/03/2022| |TT|Trane Technologies plc|Industrials|131.49|30750305280|21.9|08/03/2022| |ALB|Albemarle Corporation|Basic Materials|224.79|26325740567|94.51|08/03/2022| |ETR|Entergy Corporation|Utilities|110.55|22483018430|21.13|08/03/2022| |ANSS|ANSYS, Inc.|Technology|256.95|22352107256|49.94|08/03/2022| |CDW|CDW Corporation|Technology|164.34|22204913643|22.7|08/03/2022| |VMC|Vulcan Materials Company|Basic Materials|145.82|19378881111|32.35|08/03/2022| |FOX|Fox Corporation|Communication Services|30.35|17674686308|15.21|08/03/2022| |FLT|FLEETCOR Technologies, Inc.|Technology|217.5|16821628350|20.51|08/03/2022| |MRO|Marathon Oil Corporation|Energy|22.05|15604583805|7.69|08/03/2022| |TRMB|Trimble Inc.|Technology|61.01|15261193505|31.72|08/03/2022| |ATO|Atmos Energy Corporation|Utilities|109.24|15185998303|20.44|08/03/2022| |WDC|Western Digital Corporation|Technology|47.07|14740808250|8.12|08/03/2022| |AES|The AES Corporation|Utilities|21.42|14305554824|#N/A|08/03/2022| |HWM|Howmet Aerospace Inc.|Industrials|32.18|13448472647|45.18|08/03/2022| |MGM|MGM Resorts International|Consumer Cyclical|30.24|12883821454|9.83|08/03/2022| |APA|APA Corporation|Energy|36.45|12328574883|#N/A|08/03/2022| |ABMD|Abiomed, Inc.|Healthcare|255.32|11633385494|85.82|08/03/2022| |NI|NiSource Inc.|Utilities|28.62|11613941962|18.81|08/03/2022| |HST|Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.|Real Estate|16.09|11500762039|45.05|08/03/2022| |CRL|Charles River Laboratories International, Inc.|Healthcare|226.32|11498160813|27.58|08/03/2022| |RCL|Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.|Consumer Cyclical|41.76|10646974660|#N/A|08/03/2022| |ETSY|Etsy, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|83.62|10629691129|27.9|08/03/2022| |QRVO|Qorvo, Inc.|Technology|97.87|10376901929|10.56|08/03/2022| |BWA|BorgWarner Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.69|8550424282|12.72|08/03/2022| |LNC|Lincoln National Corporation|Financial|48.98|8421954185|6.86|08/03/2022| |FRT|Federal Realty Investment Trust|Real Estate|99.53|7904694399|30.22|08/03/2022| |CDAY|Ceridian HCM Holding Inc.|Technology|51.59|7874945255|#N/A|08/03/2022| |DXC|DXC Technology Company|Technology|32.15|7383402170|11.54|08/03/2022| |WYNN|Wynn Resorts, Limited|Consumer Cyclical|58.29|6759594127|#N/A|08/03/2022| |CTXS|Citrix Systems, Inc.|Technology|96.59|12226352077|44.06|08/04/2022| |NWSA|News Corporation|Communication Services|15.78|9300725530|18.79|08/04/2022| |AMZN|Amazon.com, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|116.46|1184911546365|56.32|08/04/2022| |MA|Mastercard Incorporated|Financial|330.5|321459040300|34.39|08/04/2022| |TMUS|T-Mobile US, Inc.|Communication Services|137.08|171841297015|61.33|08/04/2022| |AMT|American Tower Corporation|Real Estate|261.65|121588071873|45.27|08/04/2022| |COP|ConocoPhillips|Energy|90.91|117587453326|9.35|08/04/2022| |SPGI|S&P Global Inc.|Financial|341.66|116130235244|24.66|08/04/2022| |CI|Cigna Corporation|Healthcare|265.13|84118698091|16.44|08/04/2022| |ZTS|Zoetis Inc.|Healthcare|174.61|82176460133|40.07|08/04/2022| |DUK|Duke Energy Corporation|Utilities|104.53|80477687872|21.93|08/04/2022| |GILD|Gilead Sciences, Inc.|Healthcare|63.08|79122066336|17.62|08/04/2022| |VRTX|Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated|Healthcare|292.55|74821385422|30.83|08/04/2022| |SO|The Southern Company|Utilities|69.83|74196052865|32.59|08/04/2022| |NOC|Northrop Grumman Corporation|Industrials|463.7|72079662917|12.78|08/04/2022| |BDX|Becton, Dickinson and Company|Healthcare|250.92|71528408910|39.57|08/04/2022| |REGN|Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.|Healthcare|612.49|67279636716|8.68|08/04/2022| |EOG|EOG Resources, Inc.|Energy|110.59|64774042761|14.76|08/04/2022| |EW|Edwards Lifesciences Corporation|Healthcare|96.98|60297481953|39.75|08/04/2022| |MRNA|Moderna, Inc.|Healthcare|144.27|57384764764|4.24|08/04/2022| |ICE|Intercontinental Exchange, Inc.|Financial|97.91|54659845686|13.6|08/04/2022| |KLAC|KLA Corporation|Technology|339.5|50665282500|16.48|08/04/2022| |MNST|Monster Beverage Corporation|Consumer Defensive|94.58|50096312523|37.35|08/04/2022| |FTNT|Fortinet, Inc.|Technology|59.13|47458135028|77.17|08/04/2022|

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I work for a small marketing company located in SoCal and wear many hats. My background is in software engineering but I mostly work with Laravel projects for internal marketing products, integrations between internal reporting and google ads/Meta/whatever API, mange A/B split tests. Also, I attend weekly meetings with advertising partners to make sure to get all the tracking correct, upload new audiences, and suggest which campaigns could have more spending to achieve positive ROAS.
We needed to migrate legacy products to another provider so that's how I got interested in learning more server-side stuff. Got interested in AWS because it's a major cloud provider and supports all the cool features and how to make our systems highly available, have less downtime during the upgrades or high load, load balancing, reverse proxies between containers, DBs with replicas, etc
Target role should be related to AWS infrastructure so ideally managing cloud environment, and supporting other devs, managing CI/CD pipelines so Cloud Engineer/Cloud Architect/SRE/DevOps

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Just check Scion Asset Management on WhaleWisdom . Their holdings are updated every 3 months. Last update was May16.

https://whalewisdom.com/filer/scion-asset-management-llc#tabholdings_tab_link

He’s short Apple 17.9% Holding BMY 10.9% BKNG 9.33% WBD 9.3% GOOGL 9% CI 8.9% META 8.8% OVV 8.1% NXST 7.1% STLA 4.9% GPN 4.5% SPWH 1.3%

It’s a solid portfolio if you’re timeline is less than 24 months.

If you’re plan is to copy him, it can be very difficult because he is in and out of positions really often. Sometimes only holds for 1 month, but the updates only come in every 3 months.

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Re: speed of features- good SRE+CI/CD, and a good architect will ensure your feature delivery scales with hiring more development horsepower. I think a lot of tech-heavy companies bump their heads on this as they begin to scale, and they wonder why they’re burning piles of money by throwing more devs at the ever-growing backlog.

Just a suggestion, but the devops handbook (2nd edition just came out last fall), clean architecture (Bob Martin), and Martin Fowler’s blog might as well be sacred texts for flexible, scalable, fast software. Also “10 deploys a day” by the founders of Flickr is a great talk- kind of marked the beginning of modern continuous delivery.

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I would much rather he focus on reducing demand.

Research has shown that pop-up bike lanes are effective at increasing cycling between 11 and 48% on average, and most trips are short enough to travel by bike.

The United States ranks 1st in the world for oil consumption, accounting for about 20.3% of the world's total consumption.

> Those who made one less car trip and one more bike trip a day (a proxy for mode shift from car to bike) decreased life cycle CO2 emissions from transport by 67% (95%CI 66–68%).

-https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1361920921000687

Over 40 million Americans cycling on paved surfaces](https://www.statista.com/statistics/763746/road-paved-surface-bicycling-participants-us/).

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Wouldn't that just be a more bloated endeavor as having to have more infrastructure dedicated to buying these goods, shipping, ci tract negotiations, etc..all while eligibility claims are being made for this endeavor? Is it just another "jobs program"? What companies are chosen to supply diapers, formula, backpacks...etc.?

I think the simpler and cheaper answer is just giving parents a $350 a month "tax credit". Seems more fiscally responsible. If you would do anything at all.

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My apologies, I was sloppy in my language and I'll clarify my comment. The best way to prevent the worst outcomes is not getting the disease at all. But the vaccines were never intended to prevent any and all cases from ever occurring, nor did manufacturers present them in such a way:

Astra-Zeneca:

>The primary analysis of the Phase III clinical trials from the UK, Brazil and South Africa, published as a preprint in The Lancet confirmed COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca is safe and effective at preventing COVID-19, with no severe cases and no hospitalisations, more than 22 days after the first dose.

>Sir Mene Pangalos, Executive Vice President BioPharmaceuticals R&D, said: “This primary analysis reconfirms that our vaccine prevents severe disease and keeps people out of hospital.

Pfizer

>the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, BNT162b2, was 91.3% effective against COVID-19, measured seven days through up to six months after the second dose. The vaccine was 100% effective against severe disease as defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and 95.3% effective against severe COVID-19 as defined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

>Thirty-two cases of severe disease, as defined by the CDC, were observed in the placebo group versus none in the BNT162b2 vaccinated group, indicating that the vaccine was 100% efficacious in this analysis against severe disease by the CDC definition (95% CI, [88.0,100.0]). Twenty-one severe cases, as defined by the FDA, were observed in the placebo group versus one case in the BNT162b2 vaccinated group, indicating 95.3% efficacy by the FDA definition (95% CI, [71.0, 99.9]).

Moderna via NEJM

>Symptomatic Covid-19 illness was confirmed in 185 participants in the placebo group (56.5 per 1000 person-years; 95% confidence interval [CI], 48.7 to 65.3) and in 11 participants in the mRNA-1273 group (3.3 per 1000 person-years; 95% CI, 1.7 to 6.0); vaccine efficacy was 94.1% (95% CI, 89.3 to 96.8%; P<0.001).

>Severe Covid-19 occurred in 30 participants, with one fatality; all 30 were in the placebo group.

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