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as somebody who works from home, I cannot overstate the importance of a good desk chair. You don't have to go crazy, but snagging a used Aeron on CL for $350 changed my life.

If you don't work from home, this probably isn't as big of a deal.

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/ES, /NQ, /GC, /CL and some currency futes

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Or the Fed signalling a rate hike slow down had the market rise, and meta still underperformed.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/meta-platforms-inc-stock-rises-wednesday-still-underperforms-market-01669239024

"The stock underperformed when compared to some of its competitors Wednesday, as Microsoft Corp. MSFT, +1.04% rose 1.04% to $247.58 and Alphabet Inc. Cl A GOOGL, +1.45% rose 1.45% to $98.46. Trading volume (21.2 M) remained 28.5 million below its 50-day average volume of 49.8 M."

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Landlord here… I have had CL scammers represent my properties before using stolen photos. I see now that it seems to be a scam, just want to echo to everyone that I would consider any “good deal” rental listing on CL to be a likely scam.

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  1. GDP increased by 2.6% in Q3 and is projected to be 4.2% in Q4. This shows demand is still strong: https://www.atlantafed.org/cqer/research/gdpnow

  2. There have been an average of over 400k job gains per month this year including 216k last month and 314k September. Job gains were spread across all categories and no job category had losses:

https://imgur.com/a/yqjQ8bo

  1. Labor participation rate among 18-54 year olds, working age population, is very close to pre pandemic levels and higher than any point from 2010 to 2019. This seems to be strong compared to recent history:

https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/LNU01300060

  1. Supply chain issues are easing. Baltic Dry Index is at prepandemic levels, indicating a reduction in shipping congestion. Used car prices, which spiked because of chip shortages, have come down 13% since last year and still seem to be dropping.

https://imgur.com/a/rk2Ih70 https://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/baltic https://publish.manheim.com/en/services/consulting/used-vehicle-value-index.html

  1. Lol prices are around $81 dollars a barrel for WTI. This is below where they were before the invasion of Ukraine. Oil prices spiked as high as $122 a barrel. Energy has stabilized quite a bit since then.

https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/future/cl.1

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For some time now, you've presented a risk greater than your available credit would otherwise justify. You're allowed to maintain a maxed out balance and make minimum payments, so they can't do anything about it so long as you're in compliance with the terms of service. However, once you start paying down the balance, they will lower the credit line such that you're still under the CL but now present less of a risk. They will probably drop it all the way down to $500-$1000.

Best thing you can do right now is just pay it all off. Let them slash it, and then use the card normally and pay it off each month. After a few months or 6, they will probably start raising your limit again.

If you have any other balances, pay them off too. If you're going to shock the system, might as well get it over with.

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Ok you have a car. Do uber eats stay off door dash pay sucks and it sets hours for you and a zone. Use your car as a tool and write off the mileage. Want to take it one step further start an llc and work on that. Do what you are passionate about not cash you'll get burnt out quick chasing the dollars. I make trips all around Texas sometimes to other states when I get my location say Houston to Dallas I'll put out a CL ad see if anyone would like a 1 way ride to the location just help with gas and a good conversation. This helps me with gas cost and being bored also I get to use the carpool lanes. Use what you have to get ahead.

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Money isn’t everything and you’ll learn that more and more as the years pass. That said, it certainly helps a lot.

When I was a teenager I bought an e-book off eBay about how to make $$ there. The main take away I found was stick with a particular product category. I chose cell phones and did really well flipping those throughout high school and college. It was a lot of work but I found it fun.

eBay kind of sucks now, so I recommend finding a category that has a competitive platform. For cell phones, Swappa came into the picture and filled that need. I believe there are similar sites for shoes, car parts, etc. To get started, pick something you know a little bit about. Figure out what it sells for. Find someone on marketplace, CL, letgo… who just wants quick cash. Flip it for a profit and go from there

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The only two sectors still green and holding up the market this year have been pharma (a bit) and oil (a lot).

Oil dumping might be what we need to explore new frontiers of pain and sensation in the SP500.

Since Nov 7th, the peak in CL=F and BZ=F,

(American oil) CL=F is -19%

(Euro/global oil) BZ=F is -16%

XLE is -7%

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Okay easiest $5k I’ve ever made. I had about $250 dollars to my name and working at a boutique gym.

Said gym wanted to upgrade their machines. They offered employees 50% off the machines they were getting rid of and if nobody wanted them they would sell them marked up to the public.

I said I’d take them all!

That same day I took pictures of all the machines and put it on CL and a couple other sites. Everything sold.

I put $0 down and everyone came and picked up the equipment. Gave the gym its cut and had myself a quality beer that night.

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Oil looking very ugly right now. Expect decent volatility from /CL this week

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Appreciate the thoughtful response and constructive criticism. Completely agree that hearing both sides is necessary.

Ultimately, my goal is to understand how the Fed will react because I believe that's what is the main driver of the markets. While there are certain realities in terms of how poorly the economy is doing, I believe that Fed monetary policy trumps many economic realities. We saw this in 2020 with Covid when the economy was in shambles, but ZIRP took us to ATHs. We saw this with the Fed IR pivot in 2018 during the China Trade War. We also saw this in the GFC when the Fed started its asset buying program for the first time. I can understand if you disagree that Fed monetary policy is the main driver of the markets, but I'm just providing context for my thought process.

>has oil really come down that much? Yes it's off its highs, but still high compared to two years ago.

While this is true, for the purposes of the Fed/markets, everyone's interest is on the YoY % change numbers. Since we saw highs in 2022, we will likely see a negative effect on inflation through 2023 since we're down 50% since the highs.

>its rate of MoM increase may still be very high, further curtailing consumer activity.

MoM is still high, but has come down hard. However, it appears the Fed is really only interested in the YoY numbers as their dual mandate states 2% YoY PCE inflation as their baseline.

>It's also debatable what the Fed will do, a statistically lower YoY CPI rate may give the Fed the excuse they want to pivot, but they may keep on hiking, even if it's slower. I'm not even sure the insiders know what they'll do.

I completely agree. There's a lot of uncertainty on what future inflation numbers are going to be and how the Fed will respond. However, gun to my head I do believe that inflation is going to come down and that the Fed will respond accordingly. All things considered, I still think Powell's Fed leans dovish considering how dovish they were prior to 2022. 0.75% rate hikes is nothing compared to Volcker in the 80s when inflation was last this high. The Fed themselves say that PCE inflation will be at 5.4% in 2022 and drop to 2.8% in 2023 (pg 2). Considering markets are forward looking, I'd say there will be a reversal sometime in 2023 if what the Fed projects is remotely correct.

>Finally, in support of a bull case, the SPX low from this dip bounced off 200 week MA support. Will that support hold? It's still under 200 day MA, if it breaks through either I think that'll be an indicator.

If the inflation print magically comes in at 2% next month, I don't think anyone cares if the the 200MA support has held or not. Apologies, I'm being facetious, but I believe institutional investors are mainly focused on inflation/the Fed at the moment.

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https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CL%3DF?p=CL%3DF

Oil being destroyed, -4.5% yesterday, same again today

XLE is ripe for shorting

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>At least 80% of them are underpriced, and sometimes badly.

No they aren't. Futures options are priced off the contract tick. So a 10 point /es contract is $500 dollars. A 1 point /CL contract is 1000.

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I need help choosing what to invest for 401k work

Hello peeps. First off all thank you for any advise. My employer offers 50% match of 6% pay. I make 17.49 an hour I was thinking of contributing 50$ a check for 401k and PRE-TAX4%ROTH DEFERRAL 3% AFTER-TAX 2%. Is it better have a regular 401k, Rollover, roth 401k or after tax Rollover, 403(B) Rollover?

. This are the stocks are are being offered.

LIFECYCLE FUNDS-

TARGET RET 2020- 0.1993%

TARGET RET 2025- 0.1918%

TARGET RET 2030- 0.1882%

TARGET RET 2035 -0.1717%

TARGET RET 2040-1674%

TARGET RET 2045-0.16%

TARGET RET 2050-0.1634%

TARGET RET 2055-0.1597%

TARGET RET 2060-0.1646%

TARGET RET TODAY-0.2132%

EXTENDED FUND CHOICES

FID GR CO POOL CL 3-0.35%

SP 500 INDEX PL CL F-0.0075%

COL DIV INC INST MS-0.34

BAIRD MID CAP-0.6321%

SP EXT MKT IDX CL E-0.03

RDGWTH MID CAP VALUE-0.5968%

CONESTOGA SM CAP GR-0.7714%

AM CENT SMCAP VAL R6 (ASVDX)-0.74%

FID WORLDWIDE (FWWFX)-1%

SP DEV INTL IDX CL E-0.04%

MN CURRIE EMG MKT R3-0.07%

C&S US REALTY C-0.05%-0.5%

SCHRODER INTL ALPHA-0.55%

FIAM ITM INF-PR BD D-0.04%

FID US BOND IDX (FXNAX)-0.025%

METWEST TOT RET BOND-0.1783%

FIXED INCOME FUND-0.0739%

BR STRAT GLB BD INST (MAWIX)-0.75%

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to diversify you should have mix of fund , you are in 30s so definitely put in big portion on SP 500 INDEX PL CL F-0.0075%, to add some bound and less risky exposure maybe pick target date fund TARGET RET 2050-0.1634% TARGET RET 2055-0.1597%; or FID US BOND IDX (FXNAX)-0.025%;

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TL;DR

  • Buy Nothing Project: mobile app: https://buynothingproject.org/ for requesting and giving free stuff, services, and recognition
  • Freecycle: locally moderated free listings from the https://freecycle.org website which is mobile browser friendly
  • Offer-up: mobile and website service https://offerup.com/ for buying and selling with free option.
  • Nextdoor: neighborhood based social network https://nextdoor.com with buy/sell listing including free option
  • Craigslist: the OG trading website https://craigslist.org with free city based listings.
  • Others: I'm sure there are many more

Since we are almost upon Black Friday at first I thought the OP this was a plug for Buy Nothing Day which seems to have been largely forgotten in recent years.

But no, this new Buy Nothing Project is something I had not heard of before. It's always good to have options but I'm surprised more people are not using the Freecycle website which seems to be almost everywhere and is quite community driven. There are local Freecycle listings for individual towns, but you can access them all through your account at freecycle.org.

I'll grant that these days a mobile app based UI is often more friendly - except for those who don't have a mobile phone - but I used Freecycle extensively in my last town as an alternative to the free listings on Craigslist, Offer Up, and Nextdoor free listing. I found the people using it to be less flakey, especially compared to Craigslist.

I have to admit my biggest concern when giving stuff away is wondering about who gets it since I know there are some, maybe even many, who make a living picking up free stuff and then resell online or at flea markets for $. I'd much rather things went to a worthy home where it will be reused directly vs. some middleman. My feeling is there are more resellers on Craigslist than Freecycle but I couldn't be sure and it probably depends on what you're giving away and where you are. Usually I'd ask for even a small amount like $5 to deter them an cut down on time wasters.

Ultimately I had to just let go and realize I'm no one to judge who is taking my stuff, and so long as it isn't hitting a dumpster then its better than sitting unused. I like that the Buy Nothing Project seems to recognize the reseller concern front and center. Not that they can police it but it's good the recognize it. I see that like Freecycle it is also has offer and ask posts although broadens the scope to services as well as stuff. Another nice feature is that it highlights giving of recognition / gratitude to help build community.

I don't use Facebook (4 years free and clear) but I'm told there's an active market place there but I don't think it does anything specific around the free items category. Also I increasingly find people like me (and others posting below) who don't use social networks like Facebook and Nextdoor. I find Offer Up to be pretty good as it maintains seller ratings - its quite a step up from the anonymity and risks of Craigslist. I've always thought if CL had offered identity and reputation tracking for buyers and sellers it would have cleaned up this entire market years ago and none of these other sites would exist.

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Ahh I understand now - yes, I was confused. Thank you for this excellent response!

Yes, I'm a looking to invest long term in something and was thinking oil since it has done so well but I saw that OPEC released some softer forecasts yesterday that appears to have spooked the CL = F

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I’d say buy big companies that are unlikely to fail, that pay dividends. If you are young. INTC, WBA, MMM, KO, CL, MCD. All good companies that pay dividends. That’s what I bought for my sons Roth when he turned 18 until now (20). Time in the market when your young for sure.

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>When I was in university, I looked at this and thought, what is the most emotional period during the year? It has to be the summer transfer window.

Is this not a really bad sign for a big football club?

The most emotional part of the year is around may, when trophies are decided, cup-finals and title races. If your most emotional part of the season is the transfer window, your club is probably not competing for trophies. Utd haven't been close a CL or PL win in this period, so that would back this up.

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Not sure if there's a Craigslist community for your area but CL has a category called Gigs that includes lots of short-term, as short as a day, jobs that pay when you finish the job, as well as to participate in a study, be interviewed, etc.

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You're not competing on selling the actual items, you're competing on what platform people think of to sell. You can overcome it, but it is a barrier you'll need to overcome.

Starting hyper local is a good way to try it. You could bring in ads from FB and cl to be the aggregator first and populate listings.

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Traditional banks don't want to fund start ups.

For 7a loan, you need to provide 3 yrs business and personal tax returns. The bank will fund you I think it's 60% of what you made.

You also have to put up collateral most times.

Your best option will be a personal loan (Discover Bank of your own bank) do not say it's for a business.

If you have 3 months if business bank statements, you can look at Kabbage. I would suggest having some relationship with AMEX to make it easier.

Any business loan as a startup will be expensive so you have to know how much the carrying cost is. A lot of these fintechs are predatory. Fundbox and bluevine is predatory.

Take that crypto money and use that to fund your business. Write a promissory note to yourself to pay yourself back.

Go to grants.gov and research grants.

Go to your state and research business funding specific to your county and city.

Go to 1 credit union, 1-2 regional banks and speak with a business advisor about what they offer and how they can assist you in growing. How much revenue the account needs to show to be a viable borrower.

Do not go to WF or BOA. They ate terrible. Chase is okay but as a start up, you need local. The more local the better, i.e. credit union.

When it comes to products, as if the supplier does vendor credit. Do that if possible.

Open up a business credit card, with your bank and then a credit card company. Not Discover Business as they are impossible to increase CL. Amex if you can get in their ecosystem or Chase.

With that, you can use Melio to pay for stuff thru your CC, even 8f they don't accept CC.

Get a revolving card. Not a charge card.

Understand that you should be looking at obtaining loans when you don't need it. So that when you do, you have a relationship and history with the lender.

The SBA also has a list of microlenders, which I think is under $50k.

You're going to have to do some research. Hopefully this gives you some direction.

Do NOT put your parents house up. It's your goal or dream, you put the risks only on yourself. If you need money and can't find it, get a job or 2 and grind it out.

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Index options.. This rally will fade... As soon as /CL starts making the climb to $100 again, the mouthpieces at the FED, will put us back into shock therapy! FWIW.. I have watched every minute of the past 4 days, as it is kind of my job now.. I haven't seen any large "Short Covering"... As we push the envelope over 4000, I expect to see some that may carry the rally to 4150?

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The futures symbol is CL

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Also, OP don't discount the value of posting a WTB and on CL or FB or wherever. Lots of sellers would love to find a willing buyer and get a little more for their vehicle instead of trading it in

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Came here to say that. You can probably get 6.5-8% seller financing this deal but make sure you get a painful down payment. By painful I mean enough to do another mini-renovation if they default. I would suggest minimum 20%.

Lots of people don't like the brain damage of getting a bank mortgage. Check out Zimple money to manage your note. Just checked them out for our notes and likely moving them over.

The KEY is that if you are seller financing you don't have to negotiate a loss if you don't want to. Hold the line on price, market it differently and maybe don't use an agent so that your transaction costs are low. You can list on Zillow yourself and also use CL and other places. Put a no rental clause in there if legal in your area, consult your attorney on that.

Legal should be about $500 to get proper docs, title co attorney can probably do it for you prior to closing.

Do the math on a 20 or 30 year note....look at the amortization table and the "total interest paid" and you might see lemonade vs lemons.

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Honestly, we are doing alright with marketing but we have no social media so other than Reddit, CL, and word of mouth (plus marketing flyers and business cards) anyone have any other thoughts on how to get our name out there? In addition, we don’t have tons of money. We are doing this completely on our own. Do you know of any types of grants or anything like that? Thanks!!

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The size of a futures contract= 1 contract. (logically enough) So if Crude is a 1000 barrel contract, then 2 contracts would be 2000 barrels etc.

If you exercise an option then you become positioned on 1 futures contract so you need enough money in your brokerage account for margin on that contract. In the case of CL, initial overnight margin is $8250 but most firms will allow you to open a "day trade" for half that.

Being exercised on the short in a vert isn't a big deal because you're also (still) long the option on the other side which protects your futures short.

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looking in overlooked marketplaces like FB, FB groups, CL, etc

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Interesting. Im a CL shareholder as well. How do you get the box, contact IR?

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Grocery delivery is more expensive. Atleast for me it was when I was without for 2 years.

You can still find cheap used cars for cash. If you know how to drive a manual transmission then that makes it theft proof. Look on you local CL for private sales & cash is king.

About 3 months ago I bought an 03 Mazda Protege5 with 244k on the motor. I have done all the maintenance to the car & brought it back to life. Suspension is solid and getting new tires.

Car = $1,500 Parts for maintenance about $250 x4 new tires = $580

Total = $2,300

If I really wanted to I probably could have talked it lower since the guy didn't know much about cars but I was in need & it was a literal race for it.

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rip /cl

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No, Chase did increase my CL on my CSR without notice. Never got any emails, calls, letters, nothing.

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I feel like you are confusing yourself.

The government is literally guaranteeing the 3% return on that annuity.

The S&P 500 guarantees literally nothing. The S&P 500 could stay flat for the next 30 years and analysts would just shrug and say it was overvalued anyway and needed to correct.

Somehow comparing flat to negative returns on the S&P—which could literally happen anytime, no one has guaranteed anything about S&P returns—as being less likely than the government defaulting on its financial and CL te actual annuity guarantees seems like confused logic on your part.

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Typically terrible on /CL (crude) and /NG (Nat gas). It’s only like one tick on /ES (S&P EMini). /NG options are not very liquid and I typically see spreads of 0.050 ($500 on that contract).

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CL futures imgimgimg Fukn A

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"Begin with the end in mind"

What's your end goal here? Do you want to become the number 1 "Jack-Of-All-Trades" in your town? Do you want to start running a business filled with "DIY Experts"? Are you looking to mentor and grow careers for the worlds greatest "Service Champions"?

(^^^See what I did there?)

Shifting plans is okay, and some times necessary. However, your end goal should be the same. I am not sure what it is you actually want so it's tough to give advice.

One note: hiring someone is much more involved than posting a CL ad. I know you are aware of this. Just a healthy reminder.

W2s, worker's comp, health insurance, payment structure. Will they use your tools? Truck? Company phone/computer?

They will represent you and your company, so need to know if they are trustworthy, reliable, honest. Just a lot that goes into it.

Good luck and let us know how you end up growing your business!

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Company|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOGL) -|- Current Stock Price|$84.65 1 Day|-2.7% 1 Week|-8.2% 1 Month|-16.7% YTD|-41.6% Analyst Price Target|$130.39 (+54.0%)

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Those are the tickers for the bond futures, they trade overnight. If you have ToS you can put that in and see where rates are trading overnight kind of like /ES is the SP500 futures or /CL for oil futures

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Good thing we were releasing it a year ago late Nov when /CL was at 80$

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I'm gonna long CL futures.

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/LostBull92 (0/2) made a bet that CL would go to 95.0 when it was 70.81 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

Their record is now 0 wins and 2 losses


^LEADERBOARD - ^FAQ

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Ok I can’t find that ticker CL.1 any more info? And by shorting - buying puts?

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I'm shorting CL.1, When it comes down to 83 I'm going to buy again

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I just checked CL and the ad is still there. Too bad I lost all my money on Apple puts.

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You know that guy is cl chugging that thick delicious nutritious scrumptious bear liquid 💦💦

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Hello,

I recently joined a new employer whom uses an investment firm I haven’t worked with previously. I’m seeking some guidance on asset allocation for my portfolio, if anyone could share with me how to choose or what to choose that would be very helpful.

Stats: 36, female, $120k balance at last employer pending rollover, moderate-aggressive, I want to grow my money and take advantage of the market being down, this next year I will finally max out my contributions, also opening a Roth and maxing that out.

New employer offerings:

Target date retirement funds:

  • BFA Lifepath Retirement Fund
  • BFA lifepath fund 2025
  • BFA lifepath fund 2030
  • BFA lifepath fund 2035
  • BFA lifepath fund 2040
  • BFA lifepath fund 2045
  • BFA lifepath fund 2050
  • BFA lifepath fund 2055
  • BFA lifepath fund 2060

Index funds:

  • Black rock s&p 500 index fund
  • Black rock Russell 1000 growth index fund
  • Black rock Russell 2000 index fund
  • Black rock Russell 1000 value index fund
  • Black rock S&P 400 mid cap index fund
  • Black rock 0-5 year US TIPS index fund
  • Black rock Russell 3000 index fund
  • Black rock MSCI EAFE index fund
  • Black rock MSCI emerging market index fund
  • Btc Bloomberg US aggregate bond index
  • Black rock Bloomberg US Tips index fund
  • BTC global ESG index
  • Black rock Bloomberg roll select commodity index fund

Actively managed funds:

  • Black rock cash fund: treasury
  • BNY Mellon stable value fund
  • High yield bond fund
  • Core plus bond fund
  • Emerging market bond fund
  • Small cap us equity fund
  • Large cap non-us equity fund
  • Non-us small cap equity fund
  • Emerging market equity fund
  • Real estate securities fund

———————————————————-

Previous employer allocation:

Equity/Stock:

  • Acadian all world ex-us equity 5%
  • Dodge and cox stock cl x 14%
  • Mfs international growth 17%
  • Northern glbl sustainability I 10%
  • T Rowe large cap gr trus 2%
  • Vanguard instl 500 index trust 9%
  • Vanguard instl extended market 23%
  • Vanguard instl TTl intl stock 9%

Bond/fixed income:

  • Pimco total return port instl 1%
  • Vanguard inflation protected 1%
  • Western asset core bond r3 5%

Allocation funds:

  • Black rock global alloc cl j 2%

Stable value:

  • Stable value fund 2%

Thank you for any suggestions or guidance on how to translate my current allocation to the new offerings. ☺️

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Could be viewed negatively, based on employer. Op should read job posting thoroughly and research company if CL is a good idea. instead of asking a gambling subreddit

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Tomorrow we also have:

Exxon Mobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), NextEra Energy (NEE), AbbVie (ABBV), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), Sanofi (SNY).

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Think $CL may go up with the fabuloso sales?

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Wtf was that? Big last minute manipulation in CL img

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Stock|Apple Inc ($AAPL)|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOG) -|-|- 1 Day Change|-1.9%|-9.8% 1 Week Change|+3.9%|-5.6% 1 Month Change|-0.9%|-4.2% 1 Year Change|+6.2%|-28.9% 5 Year Change|+308.6%|+97.5% 10 Year Change|+631.4%|NA Analyst Target|$183.59 (+22.9%)|$147.75 (+56.0%) Current Sentiment|Mildly Bullish|Neutral

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Stock|Airbnb Inc - Class A ($ABNB)|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOGL) -|-|- 1 Day Change|-2.4%|-8.7% 1 Week Change|-1.1%|-4.3% 1 Month Change|+12.0%|-2.8% 1 Year Change|-31.1%|-28.6% 5 Year Change|NA|+95.9% 10 Year Change|NA|+404.1% Analyst Target|$139.9 (+21.0%)|$140.46 (+47.3%) Current Sentiment|Mildly Bullish|-

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Company: GameStop Corp. Cl... ($GME)

Current Stock Price: $26.16

Stock Price Trend:
1 Day: -2.6%
1 Week: +6.6%
1 Month: +6.9%
YTD: -29.5%

Analyst Price Target: $16 (-38.8%)
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Stock|GameStop Corp. Cl... ($GME)|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOGL) -|-|- 1 Day Change|-2.8%|-7.8% 1 Week Change|+6.4%|-3.3% 1 Month Change|+6.7%|-1.9% 1 Year Change|-40.5%|-27.9% 5 Year Change|+490.2%|+97.9% 10 Year Change|+620.0%|+409.1% Analyst Target|$16 (-38.7%)|$140.46 (+45.8%) Current Sentiment|Neutral|-

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Stock|Apple Inc ($AAPL)|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOGL) -|-|- 1 Day Change|-1.1%|-7.3% 1 Week Change|+4.8%|-2.8% 1 Month Change|-0.0%|-1.3% 1 Year Change|+7.1%|-27.5% 5 Year Change|+312.2%|+98.9% 10 Year Change|+637.9%|+411.9% Analyst Target|$183.59 (+21.8%)|$140.46 (+45.0%) Current Sentiment|Mildly Bullish|-

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Stock|Alphabet Inc - Cl... ($GOOGL)|Tesla Inc ($TSLA) -|-|- 1 Day Change|-6.9%|+3.1% 1 Week Change|-2.4%|+3.3% 1 Month Change|-0.9%|-16.9% 1 Year Change|-27.3%|-11.3% 5 Year Change|+99.7%|+908.5% 10 Year Change|+413.9%|+11648.5% Analyst Target|$140.46 (+44.4%)|$278.16 (+21.3%) Current Sentiment|-|Neutral

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You can pull it off from the chart with the ticker

CL=F

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Vintage guitars, fb or cl, cash only

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Utilization has no memory and with only a $300 CL you should ignore utilization altogether.

How much do you spend on gas + groceries + CC-eligible utilities? That's how much you should put on your card each month. If you have to make a payment mid month to cycle the available limit so be it.

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>I would recommend selling BABA Q at 62.6314 and buying ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD ADR REP CL A (V) at -0.5186 (-0.82%).

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this could be a good squeeze

QUANTUMSCAPE CORP COM CL A [QS]

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CL🤔

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PDT? Must be nice. In other news CL is drilling what news?

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You already have a bet going - CL to 95.0 before 2022-10-31 07:08:04.757038-05:00

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It’s entirely possible. She has a starter card yes. She’s had it like 3 years now I believe. The actual statement balance should be $0 but she has $300 on the card that she needs to pay off before the next statement, don’t know if that counts. But yeah, the card limit is $1000.. so we have gotten dinged before when she forgot and left a $400 balance on it (which is so silly).

I added her as an authorized user to my CC’s and her CS went up to 760-770 according to CK. She also has a little bit of history now between that and her year old auto loan. It’s just the $1000 credit limit that we were trying to work on. So I guess the good news is that the first inquiry did increase her CL to $5000 even though the second one was denied. So I guess we just need to wait now. I’m not sure what the next step is after that to get her limit up though if she gets denied again. Seems like she’s doing everything else right.

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Primarily individual stocks. ETFs when the opportunity presents itself.

I'll also trade FOPS to express macro-level views (ex: was short /CL puts earlier this week).

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I think the only reason we didn't tank more today was option expiry Cl and have funds defending prices to clean up premiums

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You already have a bet going - CL to 95.0 before 2022-10-31 07:08:04.757038-05:00

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Ban Bet Created: /u/LostBull92 bet CL goes from 70.81 to 95.0 before 2022-10-31 08:08:04.770778-04:00

Their record is 0 wins and 1 losses.


^LEADERBOARD - ^FAQ

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!banbet CL 95 15d

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Disagree that recession would be ‘short term’ (less than a year); supply chains don’t reboot that fast. Also, LTL is the least cost effective for an organization so when belt tightening happens consumers of freight consolidate loads to TL / CL to lower their average $ / Lb shipped; especially in upstream activities before the customer.

In addition, the supply chain disruptions we have experienced have pushed for less JIT shipping than previously which us resulted in an increase in larger purchases driving lower LTL needs. High fuel costs also encourage consolidation due to the very surcharge you mention.

Just a thought, but consider the recommendation from the freight customer side and how does that change your conversation?

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Rearrange the letters of Elon Musk’s name, what do you get?

Suk me lo

What’s missing? A “C” and an “L.”

Cl is the chemical symbol for chlorine. Half the formula for NaCl, or common tables salt. 🧂

Salt is often used to season things. There are four seasons, which is where the hotel gets its name from. Hotel California was a hit for the Eagles.

Elon Musk has a well known taste for salted eagle meats. Coincidence? I think not, Watson!

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Why are you asking for a CL increase? What’s the point?

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~ CL

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So you went all-in on one trade, and doubled your money? Great.

What would have happened if Wheat had gone down 15% (2 weeks ago oil /CL went from 90 to 80 in just a few days, now 90 again).

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You probably can search for tax forms in your account. My broker (Fidelity) keeps them up to date through the year.

I can find LT/ST CG/CL and decide how much I want to sell for tax loss harvesting.

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/CL dumping in the background

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My puts are very green. My cl contracts are very green here. Prob trimming some soon

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/CL

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/CL

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It hasn't started running yet... I'm DCAing until the SPR release ends eom but apparently it's going to keep going until the midterms. They made sure that the OPEC cuts would start right after the SPR release ends. Personally I think CL can hit 200 a barrel unless we get a market crash before.

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/CL hitting 100 this week

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A big rally through the week. Based on reporting I’ve heard/read, this OPEC announcement is a nothing burger because the new goals/quotas are not actually reducing output, they are just putting them in line with current output. China slow down. All that being said, fucking /CL could be back to 120 in the next two weeks who fucking knows.

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CL = Credit Luisse?

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Hope u got some cheap puts today. I got in short around close on cl and puts in uso

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Show me where in the post I claimed SPY held GME?

COMPANY SYMBOL TOTAL NET ASSETS Apple Inc. AAPL 7.23% Microsoft Corp. MSFT 5.85% Amazon.com Inc. AMZN 3.32% Tesla Inc. TSLA 2.08% Alphabet Inc. Cl A GOOGL 1.95% Alphabet Inc. Cl C GOOG 1.80% Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Cl B BRK.B 1.52% UnitedHealth Group Inc. UNH 1.46% Johnson & Johnson JNJ 1.27% Exxon Mobil Corp. XOM 1.20%

It's really uncomfortable when you look at these massive ass companies underperformimg the company you're shit talking.

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/CL jumped from $76 to $93 per barrel in 11 days.

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HERE COME THAT BOI

OH SHEET WHADDAP!

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Because they are equities and equities all got flattened.

If you are bullish/bearish on just WTI crude, /CL or /MCL are the best option

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Thinking of shorting /CL at 97.30

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Cannabis could fly... Long TLRY GTII MSOS VRNO CL. TLRY best for options. Down 10% on earnings. Could fly on legalization.

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More excited for /CL fyoots than index fyoots xdddddd

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I don't understand, the USO etf, which is a derivative of (the portfolio is literally comprised of) the continuous /CL light/sweet crude oil future contract are moving at different rates. wtf. is this backwardation?

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Don’t having multiple card’s isn’t going to build it more. Focus on making sure payments are on time, keep your balances low, like less than 25% of available credit and it will just take time.

FWIW - I have one credit card, one bank account and one LOC. CL is empty and not used and CC paid off in full every month. Credit score 850

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CL=F to 100. Let’s send S&P back to 300

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It's time to post on CL and sell your mouth

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I have a few rules.

  1. Never trade during the first 45 minutes of market open and last 30 minutes before close. Those are the most volatile times, which you don't want. Volatility is not your friend. And no matter how tempted you are, stay away.

  2. Only trade mega caps and preferably high profitability companies like FAANG. I am looking for stocks that trade generally in a 1-3% range. Meaning: they usually don't move up or down more or less than 3% in a day. ABSOLUTELY NO SMALL CAPS and even most large caps.

  3. Stay away from stocks that are up or down more than 5% in one day. A company does not and should not lose more than 5% in a day in market cap with no news. No news is your friend.

  4. Look at overall market (S&P, Nasdaq, Dow) and see if they're up or down for the day and how much. The best is when it's not volatile and it's up/down 0.2-0.9% pre market. The closer to 0% (flat) the better.

  5. Look at the industry the stock you are looking to trade is in. For example, let's say you find CHD as a good option for scalp trading that day. See how much it is up/down on the day and then look at their competitors and other companies in the industry (PG, CLX, KMB, MKC, CL, UL, etc). Yahoo finance shows these on the side. As long as they're all trading in the same range more or less and have the same movement, you're good to go.

  6. Realize that it's unlikely you'll time it EXACTLY right but you will get pretty close which is good enough. Basically it's very simple. Imagine a flat day for stocks and you're looking at AMZN. All of a sudden AMZN drops by 0.7% over a 30-60 second period. That's exactly when you buy in. Very good chance it bounces back by 0.1-0.3%. Sell then. Don't get agitated if you only make 0.1% on trades. Profit is profit.

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Last week everything performed inline with this simple analysis. Here are the results: $NQ +.64% #Silver +2.06% (💪) $GDX +3.91% (💪💪) $CL/oil -4.78% I'm working on this week's analysis right now.🍸
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