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img$ENJY declared bankruptcy At the EOD. Stocks normally see a huge pump immediately after declaring ($Rev hertz exc). Could be nothing but could also see a huge pump img

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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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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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Debating selling my tesla and investing that into some other stocks like GPN,toyota, caseys,exc

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Exc order i think. Read it on WSJ

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Wow wow wow, the reason the oil companies arnt investing is because the commander and chief told them his soul goal in life is to destroy oil companies! Hes refusing to make new permits or whatever. The only ones they are being given are all the ones trump already had arranged. Biden has written over 80+ laws or exc orders to screw oil. In the few years hes been in office!!

You cannot tell me on a stock reddit that big oil who wants to make money, and could be making shitloads of it right now btw, is just trying to give biden the middle finger????? No just flat out no! They would be crucified by their stock holders.

They arnt investing because theres no clear path ahead with a president that has a personal agenda and is writting laws every week to screw your buisness. They are doing the one and only thing they can do, wait and not invest money that might destroy their company in the future. Gun sales are high but do u think they are building new factories after a news cycle on shootings? Yeah lets make new factories for ar’s! Thats pretty much what your saying. They cant do anything until a new president hits office and even then they will have to wait and see how they will be treated

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Started 2 years ago in 2020. I only invested in heavily hurt areas. Oil, airlines, Cruse, Exc. All long term OFC.

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>Musk says Tesla needs to cut staff by 10%, pauses all hiring: REUTERS EXCLUSIVE >reuters.com/technology/exc…

^First ^Squawk ^@FirstSquawk ^at ^2022-06-03 ^03:22:43 ^EDT-0400

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There isn't broad public support for UBI. It's not the meany capatalists that are keeping this from happening, it's the public. How do we alleviate the publics concerns with UBI?

The main concerns I've heard from people when I bring up basic income are below:

  • Why would anyone work a shitty, soulless job (waste treatment, amazon warehouse, exc) if there was basic income?
  • How do you prevent inflation? If everyone is getting (~1000?) a month won't everything just be more expensive to counter it?
  • What would prevent poor people / drug addicts from spending on frivolous things / drugs / alcohol?
  • How would we pay for it? (a 1% wealth tax will not do it by itself)
  • What is your (our) exact policy proposal. How much $ monthly?
  • My main concern - How would UBI affect our immigration policies. If we are giving UBI to all citizens would we intake less people because we could afford to intake more immigrants
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From what I know about how appraisers value a property, the use comps in your area, then increase or decrease based on condition, additional amenities like a pool, larger garage exc…. If your exterior looks bad, it might deduct value but it depends on if it looks worse then the comps in your area or not.

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Here are a few reasons why I don't buy QQQ:
AMZN

TSLA

NVDA

FB

COST

PEP

AVGO

CSCO

CMCSA

ADBE

INTC

TMUS

TXN

QCOM

AMGN

AMD

HON

INTU

PYPL

AMAT

ADP

BKNG

MDLZ

SBUX

ISRG

NFLX

CHTR

ADI

GILD

CSX

MU

REGN

VRTX

FISV

LRCX

ATVI

MAR

MRNA

PANW

ABNB

KDP

KHC

MELI

AEP

FTNT

MRVL

ORLY

KLAC

PAYX

EXC

ILMN

ASML

MNST

NXPI

SNPS

LULU

CTSH

CDNS

CRWD

CTAS

WDAY

DXCM

XEL

ADSK

WBA

AZN

IDXX

DLTR

MCHP

ROST

TEAM

JD

EA

VRSK

FAST

DDOG

ODFL

EBAY

BIIB

LCID

PCAR

ZS

BIDU

ALGN

CPRT

SGEN

ZM

SIRI

ANSS

VRSN

MTCH

CEG

SPLK

OKTA

NTES

SWKS

PDD

DOCU

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aes, eix, fe, pnw, exc.

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People buy homes based on what they can afford per month, rather then on the homes price. First figure out your monthly expenses, then decide what monthly payment you can afford. Make sure you include utilities, repairs exc…. Theonce tou

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Picture yes, staging no. They should advise you on how to get op dollar but its your money that needs to go into repairs, staging exc.. Photos are one of the biggest selling point so make sure they have professional flip tire taken.

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For loyalty programs, deals, discounts exc

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Definitely keep L3 Harris. I work there :P

Also EXC is a better bet on alternative energy than NEE

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HOOD is about to pack it up. Can't wait to exc rcise my puts on their own app.

Feels so good.

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I would be scared of having your life savings in the stock market. For real estate , there are lots of ways to invest. The most basic is owning a single family rental. You can get a property manager to handle to management, repairs exc so it’s mostly hands off. Some of the big benefits of real estate that you don’t get with stocks is leverage and tax advantages.

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Earnings next week.

$DUK $SU $EXC $SPG $MCHP $BNTX $PLTR $PLUG $VTRS $SOFI $ATER $PTON $PROG $CLOV $CLVT $AMC $TREX $XPO $COTY $SONY $OXY $SYY $WELL $ALC $EC $EA $COIN $TTD $RBLX $U $FOX $WMG $DIS $RIVN $CPNG $DOX $BMBL $BAM $MSI $NIC $AFRM $WE $JOBY

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Mortgage lenders are in a bad position with rising rates. You could have puts on Rocket Mortgage exc.. but they are already down. Long term, nation wide builders should continue to do well with the low supply of housing. Zillow, Redfin should decline if the market takes a dive. I personally don’t see a big crash but do see a slowing market due to rates increasing and economic uncertainty

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When you buy a property the banks will use 75% of the leases or the appraisers estimate of rent

This is used to offset the payment on the property

The reason they only use 75% is to account for maintenance, vacancies, exc

If you’ve owned a property for at least 1 year the bank will calculate the income from schedule E of your tax returns

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I like ugly floors because it turns off a lot of buyers. You might pick up discount if you get a house with ugly flooring, paint exc. I’m a big fan of luxury vinyl plank flooring because it’s relatively cheap, easy to install and lasts.

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Y’all if you don’t like these lows and want to buy into the high game check out companies like SU/ADM/VST/EXC and EQT. Otherwise enjoy the sale.

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Keep saving, work on increasing your income, and continue to keep your expenses low. Real estate is risky when you don’t have a lot of reserves to pay for unexpected costs. Investing is great, but there is a lot of risk in crypto, stocks exc and the markets are looking shaky.

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Congrats, that a high paying job right out of college. I would save for a down payment and work toward buying a property and house hack it. If you can eliminate or greatly reduce your housing expense then you can save money very quickly which can be used for more real estate, traditional retirement plans exc.

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I already have a chunk of money in a FTSE100 tracker but I've watched a load of videos and realised that this is not a very diverse (only 100 companies).

As such I've gone with the US and the world (exc UK), and then a FTSE All-Share. With a few bonds thrown in for good measure.

Then I watched some more youtube videos and decided I have a very western portfolio with little in the way of small cap or emerging markets. So I took a bit away from the world and put a bit into each.

My max really is about 300 pm. I put 60 into the ETF because I reckon it may surpass £50 per share soon and it doesn't do fractional.

It's really hard to work out what my skew is. I think it might be something like 50/20/20/10 US/UK/Other/Bonds.

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I was wondering what's your views on Growth Stocks (high PE + high rev growth) right now.

I feel/felt like it's a good time to increase my share amount in companies like Pinterest, Paypal, Upwork, DraftKings, Coinbase exc. However it is quite evident that the market isn't valuing any of these companies. I wonder why that is? I know that in the near future (1-2yrs) their growth will slow down(or shrink), however a company's value isn't determined solely on next years numbers no? I assume that these companies will be growing in 5,7,10 yrs time hence making them a good deal right now. Am I missing something? (I highly doubt they'll go bankrupt)

Any thoughts are appreciated:)

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But great for stocks like EXC.

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exc anyone ???

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I’ve recently pared my portfolio for a few reasons. Dumping the ‘cheap’ junk… I like V, AAPL, EXC… my safest stox

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Know that’ seems about right I’m a 23 year old male with 1500$ rent bills food exc Nd I’m able to afford 3 mouths rent but still ain’t in the position to purchase a house sooo how are you able to ??/: jusss a question

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I see, Just was trying to give some input as to why some people don’t do online. I just had a massage and I’ve filled those forms out and it is different. What I’m saying as a consumer, if I download the Home Depot app or order from there website and order something as opposed to going to the store and buying it, over the next month I’m getting all kinds of email exc.. Therefore as a consumer you can’t differentiate any business as to what happens after you “sign up” as far as being marketed to. That’s not the only reason. For me it’s much easier to call and get the appointment booked. Apparently for you it’s harder, so I guess you gotta figure that out that will work for your customers. But, If you got 20 voicemails to return after every hour massage then I’d say you don’t have to worry about bookings as you should have plenty of business. I know when I call my current massage company they are usually booked out at least 3 to 4 days so you have to book an appointment. I don’t expect get in the same day, so if I had to wait for a return call then so be it. There’s always 2 sides of the coin to consider, hopefully you can figure things out.

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NEE and EXC

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Yes! I like the insight, EXC is monstrous, and the CEG branch running under it makes me bullish long term, but you're right on debts too.

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CEG is bogged down with bad debts. Will it rise, most likely yes because when Uranium fuel goes into a bull market so do the utilities. That said, I think there are better nuclear plays such as Energy Fuels whom is likely signing long term contracts with CEG to provide them with Uranium. I am long EXC and I have been since January before they spilt. I still hold my EXC shares but sold my CEG shares because I think the CEG side of things may not perform as well as the EXC side. Just my personal opinion. That said, I’m on the fence about CEG and think they might just do ok. I just personally feel my money will perform better in some other aspects of the nuclear industry.

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The recently spun off CEG is the only one that is a for-profit power producer, as in they'd benefit from nuclear being competitive to other energy.

I actually hold EXC, DTE, FE as well (among others) but these are public utilities therefore not plays on nuclear.

I'm overall bullish on utilities but it's important to understans how they make money.

  • Private power producers (ie CEG. VST) make money as you'd probably imagine in the traditional sense.
  • Public (AEP, D, CME, FE, PSEG, EXC, etc) are regulated monopolies. They make money by getting their municipality to approve $$ to perform services. These services can range from maintenance to new build out of renewables or transmission. A simplification of this is that your utility is being paid a small % profit for their labor, not for arbitrage on the energy they sell.
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CEG as well, as it was spun off from EXC a few months back.

DTE also has at least one nuclear plant.

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ETR, EXC, FE, PPL

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Obviously yes. Because of the thing called owner equ rent. Also suppose oil prices were

1 - 10 feb. : 90 10 - 20 feb : 95 20- 28 feb : 100

They would take 95 in the cpi. And many other things.

So we need paul volcker rn. Also for every 1% rise in inflation we need to raise double the rates for core pce inflation ( exc energy and food)

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I have a pure play basket of Nuclear, UUUU, CCJ, GLATF, WSTRF, LEU, ALGEF, and EXC. If you want a pure play go with URNM, it is all very Uranium Fuel miners/suppliers. Its volatile but its a high risk/reward play. Lots of subscribers here don't like it because it is risky. I don't own URNM because it has too many foreign suppliers like KAP. If you want you can play SRUUF (NYSE) which is a Sprott physical Uranium trust also (U.UN on the TSX.)

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URNM for Uranium fuel suppliers. EXC or DUK for utility operators. Fuel suppliers down massively today because of commodities dump.

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Any tips on who to contact for that rate? No jumbo, exc credit, would like to get a 3.75 with no points.

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The process is similar to buying close to home. Find a solid team;agent, lender, property manager exc. choosing a market is the hard part so focus in on one or two areas that meet your criteria. Cash flow is getting more difficult in most areas so have realistic expectations. When I lived in Ca I bought out of state in a town by Kansas City. I did my research, found the team then made a weekend trip there to check out the area and look at properties. It’s fun traveling and getting to know a new area.

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Invading Ukraine is one thing, randomly killing Ukranian civilians is entirely another. That type of move would alienate China, India, Iran exc. and leave Russia completely alone on the global scene.

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$EXC fo cheap

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Here are some things that I’ve experienced with lower cost homes. I don’t buy them anymore but some people do well with them. Just know what your getting into.

Low prices home look attractive on paper. They can be lucrative but they are more difficult. Some examples of issues that may come up: they are often older homes in disrepair. Your cash flow looks great on paper but repairs kill your profit. Lower income tenants come with more challenges with collecting rent, damage exc. Evictions are no fun especially when they damage the property. property managers don’t like lower income so expect lower quality project managers to manage the property. Same goes for contractors. You will get contractors that are not the greatest in quality of work, time to get work done exc. Some areas just don’t appreciate much at all

Do some more research but here are some examples from my experience. Best of luck.

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I live north of Dallas and the market here is crazy. Multiple offers, limited inventory exc. Not as familiar with San Antonio other then it’s lower cost then DFW. My opinion is DFW is a great area for appreciation but cash flow will be tough.

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February's 10 Worst Performing S&P 500 Stocks:

$EPAM: -56.4% $PYPL: -34.9% $FB: -32.6% $EXC: -26.6% $VTRS: -26.5% $FIS: -20.6% $ZBRA: -18.8% $APD: -16.2% $LUMN: -16.2% $IPGP: -15.6%

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Lots to consider. First inflation is 7+ percentage so if you believe this will continue then stock market is a lot of risk to break even.

Real estate values are high, cash flow is hard to find but rates are still low. If inflation continues then in theory, so do real estate prices and rent.

I personally like real estate but also have money in the stock market Your best bet might be to diversify some of you cash into real estate.

Another thing to think about is creating a deal. It’s hard to find cash flow but if you can buy a fixer, renovate exc.. then you could find a better return.

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By definition, in gambling it is a zero sum, or negative sum game.

If you gamble a LARGE amount over lots of bets, you end up with less than you start with.

Meme stonks can be like that - they are "bigger fool" games.

Buying S&P 500 blue chip companies with a low and positive PE ratio, and dividends is a very solid bet. Not Gambling.

Buying things that you know and use can be a good bet.

Stuff like PG, EXC, XOM, JPM, KO - long histories of very good/average performance.

Tech like AMD, NVDA, even INTC have good records.

If you got into NIO or Lucid, or weed or gme/amc, or just about anything mentioned on WSB, well, I think those people are insane, or making up stuff.

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Closing costs can very by state, lender exc. I would have your lender create a preliminary breakdown of closing costs on a 350k property. Rehab cost vary based on needed repairs exc.. ask for help from your lender and agent. That’s what they are there for.

Best of luck.

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>s you should wake up exc

Thank you for taking the time to write such a detailed answer, I am trying to be more direct but I am still holding back as I think if this fails then I will be able to save some embarrassment. I was very good with Computer Science and was among 2-3% of coders in my college, I won almost all the competitions I participated in, got multiple job offers from the campus itself and was paid more than I accepted, now this is the first time I am facing issues and there is a possibility of failure which I have never faced publically.

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Curious, I work in the shipping industry (Stamps.com, shipping easy, shipstation, exc) and haven’t heard of restrictions like this. Can I ask what you’re transporting and why the restrictions on your dhl account specifically?

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CNQ, MNRL, DVN, DOLE, AEE, EXC, NOC, RTX, MDLZ, TRV, PEG, NTR, DFS, AEP, D, CMS, TJX, BDX, BAX, NEM, ENB, WMB.

These were bulk of my main overweight positions last year. Al have done well. I'm still long all the above although I sold DVN in December. Doing much better than faang..although my massive CNQ overweight is the main reason.

I let go of most dead weight before they became a problem..only dead weight I'm holding onto is FTI, PCT, MTCH, and AEM..still have some faith.

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Lost* he never had 20 billion to begin with. That's what every computer, pencil, peice of paper, office, employee, stock. Exc. It's false numbers. He lost 20 billion but it's worth a trillion

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part of the answer for me depends partly on how much EXC is as a part of your overall finances/investment.

there's a guideline that single stocks of any kind should be a max of 10-15% of your portfolio. if you're above that percentage, I'd start selling ASAP with some tax guidance just to mitigate the risk of being too concentrated in anything.

below ~10%, IMO it's OK to hold on to some shares if you like the company. that looks like a very boring stable stock paying a healthy dividend so might be fine to hold on to some shares. or if you want to just get rid of it and pay the long-term gains, go for it.

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Yeah. I forgot about that one. They just got spun off from $EXC.

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Yes but make sure you understand what you are buying. Low cost properties often are in some type of distress. Poor Condition, low income area, high unemployment area, declining population exc. I bought one a few years ago for $35k fixed it up and rented it. It sucked. Took a while to rent then the first renter didn’t pay and I had to evict them and fix up the house again. The next renter was good until he left unannounced. I’m selling it now and am lucky that it appreciated in value. I learned that low end is not for me. Not saying don’t do it but just understand the differences in low end properties.

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Research Calls

Upgrades:

  • American Water Works (AWK) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS; tgt lowered to $161
  • Apollo Investment (AINV) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at Citigroup; tgt raised to $13.50
  • Black Hills Corp (BKH) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Mizuho; tgt $71
  • Continental Resources (CLR) upgraded to Outperform from Sector Perform at RBC Capital Mkts; tgt $70
  • Intellia Therapeutics (NTLA) upgraded to Outperform from Perform at Oppenheimer; tgt raised to $150
  • Minerals Tech (MTX) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JP Morgan; tgt lowered to $75

Downgrades:

  • Air Products (APD) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA Securities; tgt lowered to $285
  • Ballard Power (BLDP) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital Markets; tgt lowered to $10
  • Cigna (CI) downgraded to Sector Perform from Outperform at RBC Capital Mkts; tgt lowered to $235
  • Diversey Holdings (DSEY) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman; tgt lowered to $12
  • FIGS, Inc. (FIGS) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Cowen
  • NOV Inc. (NOV) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JP Morgan; tgt $17
  • NuStar Energy (NS) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Wells Fargo; tgt $17

Others:

  • BeiGene (BGNE) initiated with a Buy at Deutsche Bank
  • Exelon (EXC) initiated with an Equal Weight at Barclays; tgt $46
  • Frontier Communications Parent (FYBR) initiated with an Overweight at JP Morgan; tgt $40
  • Inozyme Pharma (INZY) initiated with a Buy at H.C. Wainwright; tgt $33
  • IVERIC bio (ISEE) initiated with an Overweight at Morgan Stanley; tgt $25
  • New Mountain Finance (NMFC) initiated with a Buy at Janney
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On TD Ameritrade, I have 5 shares of CEG from 15 of EXC. They showed up yesterday.

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I keep checking every day for CEG to start having options.

I've never seen a better opportunity for puts. Decades old infrastructure that keeps getting bailed out to survive as its competitors are now a multiple cheaper.

EXC going to be entirely a utility is a nice long now that they are divesting of their dead weight.

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>reuters.com/technology/exc…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-02-03 ^06:19:11 ^EST-0500

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I'm hoping to see Exc continue moving upward. Can't help but compare it to Duke Energy and Dominion and think it will settle higher.

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I love when a thesis plays out, even with the EXC drop, if you had shares you gained 1/3rd exposure to CEG which together pushed your total value over $60 per share.

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/BeufordBTittyButter (0/1) made a bet that EXC would go to 65.4646 when it was 56.435 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Wondering why this isn't being talked about more. Seems like a win-win scenario. Exc price may go up with the added benefit of constellation shares. Short term may be affected but long term this helps out alot.

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>WASHINGTON, Jan 17 (Reuters) - The chief executives of major U.S. passenger and cargo carriers on Monday warned of an impending "catastrophic" aviation crisis in less than 36 hours, when $T and $VZ are set to deploy new 5G service. reuters.com/technology/exc… $AAL $UAL $LUV $DAL

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-18 ^05:48:34 ^EST-0500

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Congrats on diving into real estate investing. Every house new, and old has risks. Make sure to bring in experts who can give you there opinion on the property condition and make sure to ask lots of questions. I would have a property inspector do the first rounds. You’ll get a report back which will list issues. From there make sure you get specialists to look further into any issues brought up in the report ex. Electrician, plumbers exc…. Old houses that have been well maintained and updated can last a very long time.

Also, talk to neighbors. They will give you a lot of valuable info on maintaining old houses.

Best of luck.

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All Energy All Day Oil: PBR, CPG Coal: BTU Uranium: EXC, UUUU, CCJ Natural Gas: SD

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Been long for a while. I'm giddy when the most exciting turnaround stories in my portfolio are a utility company (EXC) and a chicken farm (SAFM). Love being a boomer.

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>reuters.com/technology/exc…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-13 ^18:47:27 ^EST-0500

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Ban Bet Created: /u/BeufordBTittyButter bet EXC goes from 56.44 to 65.46 before 2022-01-27 15:30:46.602867-05:00

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!banbet EXC 16% 2w

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EXC is a powerful chart. It moves in tandem with Uranium miners but with a lot less volatility. I could definitely see this one exceeding its ATH of $150 within the next two years. I’m long on it.

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Mainly just to hear the excs reason why it wouldn’t work or maybe the exc would be interesting in funding it once they have a working prototype? It’s more of just a learning experience on how to talk to investors

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Seems to me then that this is a better dividend play than it is an options play. Looking over everything you've posted, I get the impression that separating their assets is being done to help to maintain their current trajectory, but it will not necessarily lead to any major changes in EXC share price.

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Utilities will benefit, but not for the reasons you think...

In the US regulated utilities do not get to make extra profit if costs come down. These aren't normal companies that earn return by selling energy. Instead, they get paid indirectly for grid service and improvements.

This is mostly pasta from another thread of mine but how this works:

  • First, utility seeks approval from the municipality for a project (ie replace a coal plant with wind)

  • After approval, they may take out a loan or issue equity to pay for the project.

  • The regulator then gives them an allowed rate of return on their asset base, which allows them to pay back their loan and earn a profit to compensate them for the operational risk and time.

In other words, utilities are at the forefront of all this and linesmen/engineers are going to become the cowboys/cowgirls of the renewable shift.

Some of my picks (do your own DD): AEE, D, AEP, CMS, XCEL, PEG, EXC. I avoid anything in California or prone to wildfire risk.

I wouldnt get too excited though about making a lot of money on renewable stuff. It's going to take much longer than folks realize...

Utility bill politics Good luck convincing local politicians to greenlight renewable projects if it means utility bills will go up. People are getting way too optimistic. It's going to take 30+ years unless political climate at local level changes.

Net metering There is a tug of war going on now wrt allowing folks to buy solar panels and sell their excess energy back to the grid at market price. Utilities insist that even if you are mostly energy dependent (by way of solar) that you should still pay a fair share into the grid. It's not fair after all that folks that didnt take use of govt credits for a solar roof are now burdened with entire cost of paying for utilities projects (energy storage, wind, etc.). Also those solar folks are dependent on the grid if the sun is down..

I side with the utilities on this, net metering means fewer folks pay into the grid, and that impedes progress on large renewable investments that are needed.

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New year, new portfolio (mostly). Today I reallocated funds from what was my top five holdings (NVDA, MSFT, AVGO, CSCO and EMR) and now everything is basically equally weighted between 3-3.7%. I'll be adding additional funds throughout the year and will buy on any dips and/or when the RSI drops below 50 on any of these.

NVDA

MSFT

AVGO

CSCO

EMR

PANW

IRM

DIS

ISRG

HD

A

JPM

CAT

PYPL

CVS

EXC

GIS

DD

MS

UPS

KEY

LMT

LUV

SBUX

HLT

CP

PG

PFE

WM

CVX

For some additional context, I moved into most of these positions during the month of December moving out of some higher "beta" names. I switched to a very diversified approach as I think there may be more volatility in 2022 from Fed tightening/tapering, COVID uncertainty, mid-term elections and geopolitical concerns. I think this will lend to various sector rotations through out the year.

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I grew up in section 8 and food shelves are here normally ot was senior citizens there but the food is mostly processed low nutrition exc.

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The S&P 11-500 (exc. Top 10 performers) is down from pre-pandemic highs. Incredibly overvalued stock market is overstating the value of an imensely devalued dollar. Omicron spike, post-FUD, will likely occur as it is objectively outcompeting Delta and is less dangerous.

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Nothing unique about them no moat no reason to keep customers exc. Hold and ride the wave.maybe a casino will buy them next lovkdown to stay in the game

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> Mortgage loans were made for borrowers who didn't have enough income to repay

Back then there were a lot of stated income loans but it’s still kind of wild today

For example - you can usually get approved for an fha mortgage with a backend (total DTI) at 56%

This is 56% of your gross income

So if you take someone who makes $5k a month they could have total monthly debt of around $2,800 ($5k x 56%)

That persons actual take home after taxes, insurance, exc is probably around $3,500

That leaves around $700 a month but that “total DTI” of 56% usually only includes what is on a persons credit report so things like their $100/month cell phone bill, their $200/month car insurance, exc are not included in that total DTI

Also I’m fairly certain people need money for food lol

I work as an underwriter and I approve loans all the time for hundreds of thousands of dollars for people I wouldn’t loan $5 to

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“Sir, China is crumbling.” “Good, buy the dip.” “But sir theyre delisting from our exc-”increase target prices.”

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>reuters.com/technology/exc…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-12-03 ^11:39:31 ^EST-0500

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Hmmm me not I am looking at others maybe new drugs and vax, like march 2020 we need to find a cheap stock that will explode like happen to novavax moderna exc

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You make good points but a few thoughts. Real estate is much more of a business then just an investment. With any business, managing cash flow is key. Real estate investors manage monthly cash flow which covers all expenses including maintenance, capital expenses (new roof, hvac exc) property management, taxes and turnover. On top of that you have monthly cash flow which is typically tax free.

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The same can be said for stocks. They don’t always go up, companies go out of business, government regulations effect markets exc

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There are doors open for everyone. Just because there will be less open for people who didn’t finish HS or college doesn’t mean that there isn’t opportunity. You can get into skilled trades, work in sales, start a business exc… There are plenty of self made millionaires.

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EXC

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You’re off to a great start. Your income will continue to rise. Corporate jobs typically don’t pay well early on but doors open up quickly which allow you could earn much more.

Debt sucks so I’m glad you are learning about it early on. I’ve been in way worse situations but looking back now I’m glad I went through that.

If any of your debt has high interest, consider consolidating to lower your interest. Secondly try your best to not use them anymore.

Lastly, is there anything you can do to get additional money now? Side jobs, work extra hours exc?

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You work remote which means you have the freedom to explore new ideas and get out of your comfort zone. If you’re in a dead end job, be thankful that there are jobs everywhere and this is a great time to get on a track that you want to be on. I think the problem you have is complacency. High pay, decent retirement exc but you are not fulfilled by your work. This is a great time to explore other options.

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In seriousness you could buy shares in Exelon (EXC) but I think your gains in UUUU would far surpass any gains in Exelon

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Keep at it. Most successful people had to grind for several years before finding success. If you want to get into apartment complexes, start networking with owners, property managers exc.

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6 months is standard but local credit unions have different rules so 3 months is not out of the question

Here’s a couple things to consider with a cash deal: You are likely buying at a discount, otherwise why use all cash. Let’s factor in a 10% discount on the purchase price, then no appraisal fee, no lender fees exc. you’ve already saved thousands on the purchase. Now rent it for 6 months which adds thousands to your bank account since there is no mortgage payments being made. it’s nearly all cash flow. Add 6 months appreciation, which isn’t guaranteed, and your in good shape.

When you are ready to refinance, you already have a equity position, have added 6 months of cash flow, and can shop around for the best refi rate.

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First off, don’t fall in the with a property. If the numbers work then it may be a good deal With 1950s houses, can may find some hidden surprises. Old electrical, plumbing exc. get a inspection and make sure you are there to ask questions. Older homes are more difficult to fix and potentially more expensive based on condition and whether or not their have been updates to the home.

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EXC you should have asked 2 weeks ago. It's the largest nuclear utility. The miners will provide more leverage, URNM. You can look at their holdings, don't buy the little shitty ones.

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$EXC: New Insider Filing on EXELON CORP's Director LINDA P JOJO: https://t.co/9VGf9MVJMR
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$EXC Best room on the net. Stay turned,,, https://t.co/Comprj3Odp
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Bank of America's List of Top 10 US Stocks for Q3 Nine long ideas include $EPAM $EXC $KR $META $PFE $PGR $SCHW $TMO $TMUS Short idea $AZO
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Exelon Corporation traded -10.63% below it's 52-wk high $EXC
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Challengers Seeking To Curb Federal Authority To Regulate Carbon Emissions From Power Plants $EXC
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Harry's Hot Stock Pick's Memo Subscribe: https://t.co/NMCEJIKSmq For Only $89 5 Stocks to Watch for Monday Opening Bell June 26, 2022 $ALLK $BNTX $EXC https://t.co/gkJfae3Ouh
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