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It is not possible to skip the fe exam. It is possible to skip working as a eit if you have enough experience for the pe requirement. In these cases you take both exams back to back (16 hours of testing).

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Didn’t know it was an option to skip the FE, I’ll look into it!

Thanks very much for the comments and the good wishes!

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If these really are your qualifications... why not just take the FE exam and get licensed? It would save you the trouble of rebranding and you'd have a valuable credential to advertise. The FE is tough but not impossible, and NCEES sells an awesome prep book

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I got three years of FE exp only I feel like backend is more valuable, my idea is actually e-commerce

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No it doesn’t. Computer science isn’t an ABET accredited degree, and you can get your PE license or take the FE Exam for “software engineering.”

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Https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/DGS2
Currently the market thinks that the interest rate will average 3.23 in the next 2 years.
If you think that the fed will lower rates, then I wold buy TLT.
If you think that the fed will raise rates more than that (fe cause of inflation), then I wouldnt buy TLT.

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Literally just talking to all my structural friends that are looking to change industries how I never even took to FE (im a fairly high level leading a department of 20ish engineers as mechanical in aero/tech/medical world).

Nothing to add to your pain, just thought it was funny to see pop up.

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FE based stroker. 445ci

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A properly tuned carburetor is the only way to go. Is this an FE or Lima?

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In USD I am 10.3% plus in my gambler portfolio and 4.02% plus on my DGI portfolio this year so far. XIRR return for the gambler portfolio since 2019 is 22.3%, for DGI since 2014 it is 10.41% (in USD).

If interested, this is my current portfolio, some small loser and much big winners: gambler portfolioDGI Portfolio

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C’mon man, there are people with Computer Science degrees with years of experience who aren’t full stack. You expect an FE developer to figure out data structures and inner joins over night?

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Lots of wealthy people live cheap. I'm middle class 128k, wife 75k and we drive older shit. Just wrecked my 04 Santa Fe. Time to pay cash for another beater

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Individua stocks aren't necessarily bad, but speculating on money losing start ups isn't the way to go.

As a retiree, you should be looking at (1) capital preservation, and (2) income. This means that any stock investments should be concentrated in sectors like regulated utilities (like FE, AEP, DUK, etc), consumer staples (PEP, PG, CAG, KHC), medical (CVS, PFE, MRK), big name financiias (C, JPM, PRU, MET), maybe some energy (XOM, CVX, EOG), and maybe some big cap tech for a little bit of growth (GOOGL, AMZN, QCOM).

Being in stable, mostly dividend paying, companies like these will give you a much less volatile portfolio, and give you a consistent stream of dividends that you can live off of.

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unlike that Santa Fe you're rockin?

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Pay em through GoFundMe in fe weeks after he sets it up or just drop cash under his door or something?

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The biggest mistake that I think most young workers make is letting someone else decide where they want to live. If you want to stay near your family and friends, OK, totally cool, totally valid choice.

But when you're young, the world is your oyster. Especially since you're able to work remote. Spend a year in NY. Spend a year in CA. Spend a year in CO. Feel free to skip AR and NM, unless you want to try Santa Fe. But I digress.

You're in you first years of your career. When opportunities come, snatch 'em. International gig? Don't mind if I do. Paid off all of my loans and take a few weeks off? Time to learn to scuba dive. A chance to pick up a 30% raise and steer your career in an appealing direction but requires a move? No reason to be scared! Just do an evaluation every 5 years or so and make sure the direction you are moving is the right one.

The point is, you are in a very enviable position. Enjoy it and don't worry about housing FOMO. When you know where you want to be, you can double down. Till then, you are working rapidly towards financial independence. That will give you options. And options are often way better than a few years of equity in house that might hold you back.

Source: Got a mortgage at 24, got too comfortable, missed career opportunities.

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I have a petro chemical engineering BS and an MBA from a top petro university.. honestly, I'm not even going to engage on that.

Ok, well, I will - there are slightly less than 1.3 million operating pumps in the US, each one has a lifecycle of about 10-35 years, call it 20 as an average. Conservatively, we need 65,000 new well permits annually to keep pace with existing production and demand.

We can also talk about the Bakkan formation - Biden killed the Keystone XL on day one - not because of "climate change," but because Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad gets about 80% of its revenue from hauling Bakkan oil to Louisiana for refinement. BNSF is owned by... wait for it... Berkshire Hathaway... and Berkshire is owned by... ? ding-ding-ding - Warren Buffet. And Warren is... ? (one of the largest donors to the democratic party).

I have no idea where you are getting the 650 rigs from, but looking at a commonly-read trade mag - I see 175 in the Gulf of Mexico under US flag (the rest are governed by Central America, Mexico, or Cuba - and most of the non-US would be Chinese or European); 5 in Alaska, and 28 off other states in the US.

Oil Rig can also be collection/distribution for land-based drilling operations - above I am referring to ocean shelf - and if counting land-based "rigs" - not anywhere close to 650 either. 341 in the Permian basin (Texas), 57 in Eagle Ford, 37 in Williston (ND), Cana - 28, Niobara - 16, Barnett - 3, and others about 87.

Since there isn't much federal land in Texas (or any?) - Permian and Eagle Ford will outpace the others easily. New Mexico is about 90-95% federal by comparison and Williston buts up against National Grasslands. Biden can only put his cold clammy hands on the federal lands.

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I upgraded in 2016 from a basic 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe (paid off) to a 2017 Santa Fe Sport 2.0 with all the fix’ns. It’s the best car I’ve ever owned.

Here in Houston, the ability to remote start the car on a hot day is well worth the price of of admission. That along with the cooling seats 😏

43k miles later I have no regrets.

You work hard and sometimes buying things that make you happy on a day to day basis is worth it. ☺️

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Sedona and flagstaff? Colorado? Utah??? Washington?!?!?

New Mexico has Santa Fe which is decent.

Everything else should be fire bombed. Travel outside of the country and maybe you’d realize this.

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Why are they paying $500-$800 for a car loan? What kind of effing car they driving around in? BMW, Prius, etc. If they can’t choose reasonable options for transportation, etc. and I don’t feel sorry for them. I’m happy with my 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe. Paying that kind of money per month for a car loan is fucking crazy. They could be putting that money toward paying down their student loan.

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JDPower, KBB, Consumer Reports, Carmax, Edmunds. I do a quick google search of reliability and read the first couple articles. then I also google the specific cars problems (e.g. 2016 Hyundai Tucson problems )

I’ve searching on Autotrader with the following parameters AWD/4WD Up to $27k — which is really pushing my budget honestly… Less than 90k miles (I really really hate the car buying process and would LOVE for my next car purchase to last me more than 6 years. I’ve had my current car 6 years.

I’ve looked into every single vehicle that comes up just about. Most of them are older jeeps (barf. Yes they’re sexy and trendy but the electric problems and the fact that they’re owned by Chrysler screams unreliable to me).

The vehicles that seem to meet my standards are around $27-$30k unfortunately in my area. Mazdas (Cx 5, Mazda 3) Hyundai Tucson/Santa Fe Subarus — I had one back in 2010 and I loved it but from what I hear ever since Subaru introduced more electric savvy things their reliability has sunk :( Older Lexus’ Toyota Camrys with AWD but again those start getting up into the high 20k’s

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Ok, if inflation can be catastrophic why has the Fe done basically nothing for 17 months? we just had a 9.1% CPI print and they only raised the funds rate a fraction of a point. While they are still buying billions in MBS.

People just don't know about or understand these things so they're getting away with it for now. And they're attaching "Putin" and "supply chain" to the price increases and somehow still getting away with that also.

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How far are you looking? I ask because when I’m searching for a vehicle, I’ll search within 200-300 miles (I’ll drive 4 or 5 hours one way to save thousands of dollars on a vehicle).

I would just be wary of buying another Elantra if your current one is giving you electrical issues that cannot easily be identified/diagnosed/resolved (I say this as an owner of a 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe). Just make sure you really do a lot of research about any issues that may exist with the new Elantra, so that you don’t end up in a similar situation years down the road.

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calls on $ECOLI , $MALA & $RIA, $YELL, $OW , $FE & $VER

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I'm planning to buy a Santa fe hybrid. Would you mind giving a synopsis of the pros and cons of owning one? Thanks.

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I'll give you my experience buying a new car recently.

Back in October, my car was distroyed in a accident. Insurance paid me out, and while I was looking for a used car, all of them seemed to be very high. So after deciding what to do, I landed on buying a new car. Problem was, the car I wanted wasn't sold in my state of Utah (2022 Hyundai Santa Fe Plugin Hybrid) So I started calling around dealerships. All the ones in Nevada, California and Oregon wanted a $5k to $9k markup. I said fuck that I am never going to pay any type of markup. I then started to call dealerships all over the US. I finally found one in Vermont (Just a few blocks away from where Ben and Jerry's were starting) to told me they would sell me the car without any market with only one exception. That would be that it would need to be on order as they did not have any in stock. They then stated that it could be on order between one and nine months. Thankfully the car came in March to the dealership from the factory. That presented another issue though. When I try to get a car carrier to ship the car from Vermont to Utah, the cheapest price was $2,500. Now knowing that this car gets amazing mileage, I said screw that and told my wife we're going to fly out to Vermont and bring it back home. We had such an amazing road trip picking up our car from Vermont, stopping at the Ben & Jerry's factory and then driving cross country. Hands down is the best experience I've ever had purchasing a car, and the way the dealership treated me by even picking me up at the airport with my own car they have made a customer for life. Even though I live in Utah, I plan to purchase my next vehicle the same way again.

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This almost happened to me. Difference is my dad is very wealthy, and I am not. He came with me to help me purchase a car and kept pressuring me to buy a car I clearly could not afford (or maybe not so clearly, he assumes everyone has money) and I said no and he got super frustrated and annoyed and stopped helping me. I ended up (at the time) getting a used Hyundai Santa Fe for 8000 which served me well for 8 years.

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Define "investing in future"?

  • At age 16, I got an early morning job mopping floors at a grocery store (I wasn't in high school). In three months, I saved up enough money to buy a used pickup truck ($900 for a 1984 Dodge ram 50 Royale; it was summer 1998).

  • At age 17, I quit the mopping job to join a construction crew as a "helper" (lowest level) where I learned many valuable skills that served me during six years in industry and still to this day.

  • Less than a year after joining that crew, I enrolled at LSU. At age 18, I was a full time student at the LSU College of Engineering.

  • At age 22, I passed the FE exam.

  • At age 23, I graduated LSU with two engineering degrees and began what is now an over 16 year career.

  • Later that year I enrolled in my employer's 401k, I put up 6% they put up 4%.

  • At age 24, I opened a Roth IRA.

So I'm curious when you think I started investing in my future?

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Market pricing in inflation has peaked and will go down substantially and fe will ease the rate hike is peak 🤡 market action

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I'll have you know my Corolla runs like a top. The 7A-FE a solid engine. I do need to fix the EGR system at some point though.

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LOL — Santa Fe is the most (certainty one of the most) expensive places to live at in NM.

For rentals, try nearby Albuquerque.

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Sorry if that offends you, my dads from PV & most of his family lives in Rancho Sante Fe. I spent most of my childhood summers at my grandma’s in Presidio Heights. I’d like to think I’m atleast somewhat familiar with California.

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I begin studying for my FE exam tomorrow, and I'm also trying to establish biking as a fun and healthy hobby so I'm looking forward to those two things! And maybe beat the ender dragon in minecraft for the first time.

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Boomers don't have some council where they make economic 4d chess in the shadows. They're on European cruises eating shitty food paying $300 for an "excursion" to some tourist spot everyone else takes an Uber to or else they're in some t-shirt shop in Santee Fe dreaming about maybe buying an RV to see 6 more national parks before they die. There's no generational warfare.

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Made some extra money working overtime. That same week I cracked a tooth on a crappy trader joe's potato chip

Spent some saved money to replace the garage door. I kid you not, the next rain my garage roof leaked

The a/c went out in my 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe and even though it was in the 90's today, my water heater was a priority. It was installed in 1994 so the bubbling and popping noises were an issue

At least my son is 29 but he still lives with me because the price of rent, food and gas are making it hard on too many hard working people

I do miss my a/c tho

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My Santa Fe needs a subscription service for the built in remote start. Jokes on them, I can just buy an aftermarket one. It may cost more, but fuck the dealership.

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Thanks for the look out! And yes I meant s 20 fe*

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You will likely find that, even with Verizon's $800 trade-in contract, you will save money by paying full price for the phone and going with a Verizon MVNO for your data plan. To be eligible for the trade-in deal you have to buy one of Verizon's upgraded unlimited plans which are $80+/mo. This adds up to A LOT of money over the 36 month installment contract.

Here's the cost breakdown for the trade-in contract vs an MVNO:

||Verizon (w/ Trade-In contract)|Verizon (phone) + Visible|Verizon (phone) + US Mobile| :--|:--|:--|:--| |iPhone 13 Pro 128GB (36 mo installment plan)|$27.77/mo|$27.77/mo|$27.77/mo| |Trade-In Credit (S20 FE 5G)|- $22.22/mo|N/A|N/A| |Unlimited Data (1 line, autopay discount, hotspot, excl fees)|$80/mo *required w/ trade-in|$25/mo w/ party pay|$45/mo| |<b>MONTHLY TOTAL</b>|$85.55/mo|$52.77/mo|$72.77/mo| |TOTAL|$3,079.80|$1,899.72|$2,619.72|

Even with the $800 trade-in credit you pay up to DOUBLE what you would with an MVNO. By going the MVNO route you also keep your current phone. So if you decide to sell it, you would save even more money.

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I think you mean an S21 FE 5G as there is no S22 FE 5G out today.

The size of iPhone your getting here too matters as it will effect the cost.

FYI Apple typically releases new phones in the fall right as back to school, you can usually expect to see a price decrease of the previous model then, so personally, I would wait till at least then.

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The note 8 came out at the end of 2017. That means you could have had it for almost 4 years if you traded in a year ago. Your galaxy s20 fe is less than 2 years old. Is there any reason you are buying top tier phones so often?

If it's broken then I can see replacing it. If it's not broken, at the rate you go through luxury phones I would imagine your income is high enough to get the phone no matter what. If you can't just buy it then I would suggest against it.

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Sorry yes! S20 fe and it is an awesome device. Fan favorite is note 8; lasted an insane amount of time.

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You must mean S20 fe 5g as there is still no such thing as a s22 fe, if it is a s20 fe I would hold onto it, it's an excellent phone still .

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Not sure how you think this looks like anything other than a woman and a hot one at that.

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/73/fe/f6/73fef6834f873fe61c2864a29fe33a3f.jpg

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Congrats I was lucky enough to be able to get a 3070ti fe at rrp in November last year enjoy your rig m8

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I been doing it. I didn't start until 25. I now have my master electrical license and I'm about to graduate with a BS in EE. Next I'll take the FE and get my PE license. Then I can take on whatever electrical project I please from start to finish as both an EE and PE.

It's taken me 10 years, and I don't really regret it that much. I think I'll have a massive improvement in quality of life over just having one or the other, and "fuck you" freedom when it comes to putting up with bullshit.

That being said, I'm almost to where I want to be and without having to do the work and school grind, I'll be able to focus on me stuff. Health, hobbies, getting better at the parts of my job that I find more fun and interesting. Giving my kitty a better life. Etc.

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Oh yes it is. I lived in Hobbs but Santa Fe was trash. The only state id never live in again. I swear their state flower was a fucking Walmart grocery bag.

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It's not a sellside firm, not much front office going on except for sales, and I'd kill myself if I worked sales at any fund of any size lol. I'm in "marketing insights" which is a watered down computational/quantitative analyst spot. Sticking around long enough to keep it on my resume and get my MS in FinEcon so I can dip out to IB for financial engineering. Personally I think financial engineering is going to go nuts in a few years whenever CDOs come back in fashion. The IPO mad dash is the signal for how important FE is.

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I never said demand didn't impact chip companies.

What I did say is that demand was so far above supply that a large drop in demand wouldn't affect much.

The fact is that I STILL can't order an RTX 3080 FE on Bestbuy at MSRP and AIB boards are still selling above FE board MSRPs.

RTX 3070 GPUs are STILL selling above RTX 3080 FE prices after 2 YEARS.

Apple can't even make that happen with the iphone... they drop prices a year after launch.

There are a lot of rumors going around about the next business cycle.

Just wait until the product refreshes start happening this fall. Next gen is still going to be in high demand. You'll see.

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No, I'm in a Hyundai Santa Fe.

I'll tell ya, the new car market is bizarre right now and no one has inventory. Most dealerships I went to had a handful of cars on the lot for people to look at, and were then taking orders.

We looked at CarMax for late model used - some of the 2022 used (demo cars, probably) were selling for significantly over MSRP for new, because people who need a car now are willing to pay a premium.

So if your car is in good working condition, be prepared to order a car. At least you get exactly what you want. And if you can pay cash, do so. For typical 5 year loans, the rate I'm seeing most places is like 3.9%.

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Fair but I just feel like it’ll be the new Santa Fe

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Amd low end 5x cpu and I really like the 3070 fe in my rig if you can get it close to msrp

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Just for reference, a $30k vehicle at 5%, 3k down, 7% sales tax, 60 months… the payment is $549 approx.

Lil dough.

30 cars models under $30k: 2022 Hyundai Tucson | $24,950 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid | $29,350 2022 Honda Accord | $26,120 2022 Ford Mustang | $27,205 2022 Honda CR-V | $26,400 2022 Subaru BRZ | $27,995 2022 Honda Civic | $22,350 2022 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid | $27,200 2022 Honda Accord Hybrid | $27,320 2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid | $27,480 2022 Mazda3 | $20,800 2022 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid | $23,850 2022 Kia Forte | $19,090 2022 Toyota Camry | $25,395 2022 Kia Soul | $19,290 2022 Hyundai Kona | $21,300 2022 Mazda CX-30 | $22,200 2022 Ford Bronco Sport | $27,415 2022 Toyota GR86 | $27,700 2022 Kia Sportage | $24,090 2022 Subaru Forester | $25,195 2022 Honda Insight | $25,760 2022 Kia Seltos | $22,590 2022 Kia K5 | $23,790 2022 Hyundai Sonata | $24,150 2022 Chevrolet Camaro | $25,000 2022 Toyota RAV4 | $26,525 2022 Subaru Outback | $26,945 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe | $27,200 2022 Buick Encore GX | $24,400

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That's just their equity holdings portfolio. What about companies that BRK owns outright? Such as GEICO, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Lubrizol, Precision Parts, etc.? You can't get in on those since they are owned by BRK.

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Is this Mr DNA from Jurassic Park?Mr DNA

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Find customers first and prove that somebody wants your product. Once you prove some earnings sell it through a broker like flippa or empire flippers or fe international

Find out how much money they are saving by adding the salaries all together and show them that they could get that for half and then add 10%. But the airlines might need those people for other functions. Your second scenario as a counteraction would to price it as hours saved then sell it to them on a subscription basis at 60% of hours collectively.

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> Why is living with your parents affecting your self-esteem

Op says his friends live in Santa Fe. For comparison that would be like living like the people in Gossip Girl. I can see how OP living in the south would feel bad if they were comparing themselves to their Santa Fe friends.

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Hey there! Yeah, so I live in Tlalpan (southern part of the city, not near the center). I don't really need it for work but everytime I go to the center of the city or visit my friends (most of them live in Santa Fe) I Uber.

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The Office of Personnel management, which sets government pay scales to include locality pay. They have 54 different pay charts for 54 different metro areas in the United States. These locality pay tables are designed to offset cost of living factors for different areas.

Looking at this chart a GS1, Step 1 (the most junior employee you can be in the government) would make $23,629 per year in the ALBUQUERQUE-SANTA FE-LAS VEGAS, NM area. That same employee would be paid $27,022 in HOUSTON-THE WOODLANDS, Texas.

It is not a calculator like you want, but if you can use some logic to find the areas that you can afford.

I won't link to a PDF but you want the second table on the following page.

https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/2022/general-schedule/

https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/2022/general-schedule/

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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| 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|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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Fe bro how hard is it to find a wife that won't care ab your losses and not find a corporate slave boyfriend img

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Have you looked into a Hyundai Santa Fe? It has a bit more space than the RAV4/Tuscon/CX5 without being a large SUV and there's both a hybrid and plug-in hybrid version. I'm still driving a 2012 and have been very happy with it.

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Trying to get a 3070 FE myself.

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I would avoid this one. Even if there's a warranty on the engine that's really high priced. I've never been a fan of jeep, was my first vehicle and always had cel on. Besides that it was always something with the AC. Or getting alignments and wheel balances only to find out one of your rims are slightly cracked. Fun times. But jeep is high priced in general for a mediocre product. Jeep fits with the Chrysler, dodge, and ram category. As you can research all of these brands aren't the most reliable and have there problems . I would cut ties with this scrap it get the money and get a Toyota Corolla or a Honda civic . If you need an SUV I'd recommend the Hyundai Santa Fe Kia Sorento, Toyota Highlander, or Toyota Rav 4

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Sell it on flippa or empire flippers or use a broker like fe international you'll get better prices.

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Category 2 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PNR|Pentair plc|Industrials|47.03|7778742986|14.4|07/26/2022| |META|Meta Platforms, Inc.|Communication Services|170.16|460507931590|12.88|07/27/2022| |TMO|Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.|Healthcare|544.81|213272411264|28.37|07/27/2022| |MCD|McDonald's Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|247.9|183333696786|26.19|07/27/2022| |BMY|Bristol-Myers Squibb Company|Healthcare|78.96|168110891490|28.04|07/27/2022| |QCOM|QUALCOMM Incorporated|Technology|125.1|140111998291|12.81|07/27/2022| |NOW|ServiceNow, Inc.|Technology|504.09|101049779847|458.76|07/27/2022| |ADP|Automatic Data Processing, Inc.|Industrials|218.79|91398885204|32.31|07/27/2022| |PYPL|PayPal Holdings, Inc.|Financial|77.68|89956469873|25.68|07/27/2022| |BA|The Boeing Company|Industrials|141.53|83734214051|#N/A|07/27/2022| |CME|CME Group Inc.|Financial|210|75477801000|27.47|07/27/2022| |EQIX|Equinix, Inc.|Real Estate|689.17|62729485458|127.32|07/27/2022| |LRCX|Lam Research Corporation|Technology|450.19|62448106188|14.07|07/27/2022| |GD|General Dynamics Corporation|Industrials|222.33|61742175391|19.04|07/27/2022| |SHW|The Sherwin-Williams Company|Basic Materials|231.25|60155340000|33.68|07/27/2022| |HUM|Humana Inc.|Healthcare|456.81|57783449745|19.38|07/27/2022| |NSC|Norfolk Southern Corporation|Industrials|230.43|54918956229|18.61|07/27/2022| |MCO|Moody's Corporation|Financial|277.5|51198722250|26.29|07/27/2022| |F|Ford Motor Company|Consumer Cyclical|12.01|48277378570|4.22|07/27/2022| |ORLY|O'Reilly Automotive, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|639.06|42002493135|20.47|07/27/2022| |APH|Amphenol Corporation|Technology|65.85|39321569313|24.43|07/27/2022| |TEL|TE Connectivity Ltd.|Technology|118.39|38142155985|15.67|07/27/2022| |CTSH|Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation|Technology|70.26|36617672301|16.86|07/27/2022| |AFL|Aflac Incorporated|Financial|55.79|35937938044|9.16|07/27/2022| |HES|Hess Corporation|Energy|101.69|31652284384|43.6|07/27/2022| |ODFL|Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.|Industrials|257.72|29213515702|26.32|07/27/2022| |VICI|VICI Properties Inc.|Real Estate|30.32|29198220346|18.75|07/27/2022| |AVB|AvalonBay Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|195.15|27285520876|24.33|07/27/2022| |DRE|Duke Realty Corporation|Real Estate|57.45|22086951533|21.44|07/27/2022| |HIG|The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|65.69|21603116376|9.03|07/27/2022| |ALGN|Align Technology, Inc.|Healthcare|258.75|20390938650|29.15|07/27/2022| |RJF|Raymond James Financial, Inc.|Financial|92.5|20040920500|13.05|07/27/2022| |MAA|Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|172.53|19914723687|33.53|07/27/2022| |GPC|Genuine Parts Company|Consumer Cyclical|136.75|19363129925|21.17|07/27/2022| |GRMN|Garmin Ltd.|Technology|100.13|19337605719|22.87|07/27/2022| |CINF|Cincinnati Financial Corporation|Financial|116.5|18681380800|9.24|07/27/2022| |URI|United Rentals, Inc.|Industrials|248.29|17780421337|11.67|07/27/2022| |TDY|Teledyne Technologies Incorporated|Technology|378.02|17707537422|31.16|07/27/2022| |HOLX|Hologic, Inc.|Healthcare|70.93|17688594406|11.68|07/27/2022| |IR|Ingersoll Rand Inc.|Industrials|43.33|17588938977|23.96|07/27/2022| |ROL|Rollins, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.11|17290288455|52.28|07/27/2022| |MOH|Molina Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|267.13|15680533957|22.72|07/27/2022| |UDR|UDR, Inc.|Real Estate|46.15|14694206635|91.76|07/27/2022| |GNRC|Generac Holdings Inc.|Industrials|224.55|14333010976|29.75|07/27/2022| |TYL|Tyler Technologies, Inc.|Technology|345.33|14322112264|88.88|07/27/2022| |AVY|Avery Dennison Corporation|Industrials|165.35|13511451736|18.94|07/27/2022| |PTC|PTC Inc.|Technology|112.44|13152770481|27.8|07/27/2022| |RE|Everest Re Group, Ltd.|Financial|283.19|11168433156|8.42|07/27/2022| |LW|Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|71.91|10387169916|44.86|07/27/2022| |FBHS|Fortune Brands Home &amp; Security, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|63.24|8272253871|11.27|07/27/2022| |VRSN|VeriSign, Inc.|Technology|169.27|18542631837|23.79|07/28/2022| |PFE|Pfizer Inc.|Healthcare|51.59|289466125496|11.84|07/28/2022| |MRK|Merck &amp; Co., Inc.|Healthcare|93.13|235507602704|16.66|07/28/2022| |ABT|Abbott Laboratories|Healthcare|109.45|191640596556|25.27|07/28/2022| |CMCSA|Comcast Corporation|Communication Services|39.57|177274192182|12.74|07/28/2022| |INTC|Intel Corporation|Technology|38.61|157876253885|6.42|07/28/2022| |HON|Honeywell International Inc.|Industrials|180.02|122545575570|34.79|07/28/2022| |MO|Altria Group, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|43.4|78578176562|26.44|07/28/2022| |NEM|Newmont Corporation|Basic Materials|64.18|50936527840|48.63|07/28/2022| |AEP|American Electric Power Company, Inc.|Utilities|93.6|48067736336|17.96|07/28/2022| |FCX|Freeport-McMoRan Inc.|Basic Materials|30.99|44912629048|8.99|07/28/2022| |VLO|Valero Energy Corporation|Energy|103.93|42413458976|16.73|07/28/2022| |BAX|Baxter International Inc.|Healthcare|66.78|33625639293|32.02|07/28/2022| |BIIB|Biogen Inc.|Healthcare|211.93|31037571287|21.72|07/28/2022| |TWTR|Twitter, Inc.|Communication Services|39.41|30116357329|162.78|07/28/2022| |NUE|Nucor Corporation|Basic Materials|111.06|29548833964|3.96|07/28/2022| |TROW|T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.|Financial|121.5|27616524750|9.83|07/28/2022| |SIVB|SVB Financial Group|Financial|415.52|24453829201|14.1|07/28/2022| |FITB|Fifth Third Bancorp|Financial|35.22|24163995543|10.09|07/28/2022| |LUV|Southwest Airlines Co.|Industrials|37.73|22372248473|40|07/28/2022| |FE|FirstEnergy Corp.|Utilities|37.29|21290065989|16.66|07/28/2022| |DPZ|Domino's Pizza, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|396.54|14293312365|30.31|07/28/2022| |POOL|Pool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|356.94|14286495042|19.79|07/28/2022| |CE|Celanese Corporation|Basic Materials|127.57|13816953582|6.83|07/28/2022| |KIM|Kimco Realty Corporation|Real Estate|20.14|12446656574|12.77|07/28/2022| |SNA|Snap-on Incorporated|Industrials|201.87|10774661605|13.08|07/28/2022| |AAL|American Airlines Group Inc.|Industrials|13.9|9028255472|#N/A|07/28/2022| |ALLE|Allegion plc|Industrials|99.6|8745368902|19.14|07/28/2022| |RHI|Robert Half International Inc.|Industrials|77.9|8609001818|13.2|07/28/2022| |ALK|Alaska Air Group, Inc.|Industrials|41.92|5285768025|11.45|07/28/2022| |XOM|Exxon Mobil Corporation|Energy|86.9|366127520928|14.4|07/29/2022| |PG|The Procter &amp; Gamble Company|Consumer Defensive|144.35|346338392244|25.23|07/29/2022| |CVX|Chevron Corporation|Energy|144.77|284445986404|13.61|07/29/2022| |ABBV|AbbVie Inc.|Healthcare|152.34|269201530928|21.85|07/29/2022| |LIN|Linde plc|Basic Materials|303.23|152441155658|39.02|07/29/2022| |CAT|Caterpillar Inc.|Industrials|185.49|98935601836|15.56|07/29/2022| |CHTR|Charter Communications, Inc.|Communication Services|463.12|88684051976|16.77|07/29/2022| |CL|Colgate-Palmolive Company|Consumer Defensive|80.38|67353759582|33.3|07/29/2022| |ITW|Illinois Tool Works Inc.|Industrials|187.92|58526349197|22.09|07/29/2022| |AON|Aon plc|Financial|271.74|57713171737|43.16|07/29/2022| |PSX|Phillips 66|Energy|84.2|40508610111|14.65|07/29/2022| |JCI|Johnson Controls International plc|Industrials|48.95|34052988290|28.37|07/29/2022| |IDXX|IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|361.48|30366934423|42.43|07/29/2022| |LYB|LyondellBasell Industries N.V.|Basic Materials|89.24|29236968732|5.07|07/29/2022| |WY|Weyerhaeuser Company|Real Estate|34.33|25558610837|9.55|07/29/2022| |GWW|W.W. Grainger, Inc.|Industrials|460.95|23555315410|20.4|07/29/2022| |CHD|Church &amp; Dwight Co., Inc.|Consumer Defensive|91.61|22240251458|28.1|07/29/2022| |VFC|V.F. Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|48.01|18650904943|15.49|07/29/2022| |CBOE|Cboe Global Markets, Inc.|Financial|114.94|12205317943|24.61|07/29/2022| |NWL|Newell Brands Inc.|Consumer Defensive|20.03|8282405283|#N/A|07/29/2022| |CTRA|Coterra Energy Inc.|Energy|26.35|479941278|32.7|07/29/2022|

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Category 2 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PNR|Pentair plc|Industrials|47.03|7778742986|14.4|07/26/2022| |META|Meta Platforms, Inc.|Communication Services|170.16|460507931590|12.88|07/27/2022| |TMO|Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.|Healthcare|544.81|213272411264|28.37|07/27/2022| |MCD|McDonald's Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|247.9|183333696786|26.19|07/27/2022| |BMY|Bristol-Myers Squibb Company|Healthcare|78.96|168110891490|28.04|07/27/2022| |QCOM|QUALCOMM Incorporated|Technology|125.1|140111998291|12.81|07/27/2022| |NOW|ServiceNow, Inc.|Technology|504.09|101049779847|458.76|07/27/2022| |ADP|Automatic Data Processing, Inc.|Industrials|218.79|91398885204|32.31|07/27/2022| |PYPL|PayPal Holdings, Inc.|Financial|77.68|89956469873|25.68|07/27/2022| |BA|The Boeing Company|Industrials|141.53|83734214051|#N/A|07/27/2022| |CME|CME Group Inc.|Financial|210|75477801000|27.47|07/27/2022| |EQIX|Equinix, Inc.|Real Estate|689.17|62729485458|127.32|07/27/2022| |LRCX|Lam Research Corporation|Technology|450.19|62448106188|14.07|07/27/2022| |GD|General Dynamics Corporation|Industrials|222.33|61742175391|19.04|07/27/2022| |SHW|The Sherwin-Williams Company|Basic Materials|231.25|60155340000|33.68|07/27/2022| |HUM|Humana Inc.|Healthcare|456.81|57783449745|19.38|07/27/2022| |NSC|Norfolk Southern Corporation|Industrials|230.43|54918956229|18.61|07/27/2022| |MCO|Moody's Corporation|Financial|277.5|51198722250|26.29|07/27/2022| |F|Ford Motor Company|Consumer Cyclical|12.01|48277378570|4.22|07/27/2022| |ORLY|O'Reilly Automotive, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|639.06|42002493135|20.47|07/27/2022| |APH|Amphenol Corporation|Technology|65.85|39321569313|24.43|07/27/2022| |TEL|TE Connectivity Ltd.|Technology|118.39|38142155985|15.67|07/27/2022| |CTSH|Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation|Technology|70.26|36617672301|16.86|07/27/2022| |AFL|Aflac Incorporated|Financial|55.79|35937938044|9.16|07/27/2022| |HES|Hess Corporation|Energy|101.69|31652284384|43.6|07/27/2022| |ODFL|Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.|Industrials|257.72|29213515702|26.32|07/27/2022| |VICI|VICI Properties Inc.|Real Estate|30.32|29198220346|18.75|07/27/2022| |AVB|AvalonBay Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|195.15|27285520876|24.33|07/27/2022| |DRE|Duke Realty Corporation|Real Estate|57.45|22086951533|21.44|07/27/2022| |HIG|The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|65.69|21603116376|9.03|07/27/2022| |ALGN|Align Technology, Inc.|Healthcare|258.75|20390938650|29.15|07/27/2022| |RJF|Raymond James Financial, Inc.|Financial|92.5|20040920500|13.05|07/27/2022| |MAA|Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|172.53|19914723687|33.53|07/27/2022| |GPC|Genuine Parts Company|Consumer Cyclical|136.75|19363129925|21.17|07/27/2022| |GRMN|Garmin Ltd.|Technology|100.13|19337605719|22.87|07/27/2022| |CINF|Cincinnati Financial Corporation|Financial|116.5|18681380800|9.24|07/27/2022| |URI|United Rentals, Inc.|Industrials|248.29|17780421337|11.67|07/27/2022| |TDY|Teledyne Technologies Incorporated|Technology|378.02|17707537422|31.16|07/27/2022| |HOLX|Hologic, Inc.|Healthcare|70.93|17688594406|11.68|07/27/2022| |IR|Ingersoll Rand Inc.|Industrials|43.33|17588938977|23.96|07/27/2022| |ROL|Rollins, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.11|17290288455|52.28|07/27/2022| |MOH|Molina Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|267.13|15680533957|22.72|07/27/2022| |UDR|UDR, Inc.|Real Estate|46.15|14694206635|91.76|07/27/2022| |GNRC|Generac Holdings Inc.|Industrials|224.55|14333010976|29.75|07/27/2022| |TYL|Tyler Technologies, Inc.|Technology|345.33|14322112264|88.88|07/27/2022| |AVY|Avery Dennison Corporation|Industrials|165.35|13511451736|18.94|07/27/2022| |PTC|PTC Inc.|Technology|112.44|13152770481|27.8|07/27/2022| |RE|Everest Re Group, Ltd.|Financial|283.19|11168433156|8.42|07/27/2022| |LW|Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|71.91|10387169916|44.86|07/27/2022| |FBHS|Fortune Brands Home &amp; Security, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|63.24|8272253871|11.27|07/27/2022| |VRSN|VeriSign, Inc.|Technology|169.27|18542631837|23.79|07/28/2022| |PFE|Pfizer Inc.|Healthcare|51.59|289466125496|11.84|07/28/2022| |MRK|Merck &amp; Co., Inc.|Healthcare|93.13|235507602704|16.66|07/28/2022| |ABT|Abbott Laboratories|Healthcare|109.45|191640596556|25.27|07/28/2022| |CMCSA|Comcast Corporation|Communication Services|39.57|177274192182|12.74|07/28/2022| |INTC|Intel Corporation|Technology|38.61|157876253885|6.42|07/28/2022| |HON|Honeywell International Inc.|Industrials|180.02|122545575570|34.79|07/28/2022| |MO|Altria Group, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|43.4|78578176562|26.44|07/28/2022| |NEM|Newmont Corporation|Basic Materials|64.18|50936527840|48.63|07/28/2022| |AEP|American Electric Power Company, Inc.|Utilities|93.6|48067736336|17.96|07/28/2022| |FCX|Freeport-McMoRan Inc.|Basic Materials|30.99|44912629048|8.99|07/28/2022| |VLO|Valero Energy Corporation|Energy|103.93|42413458976|16.73|07/28/2022| |BAX|Baxter International Inc.|Healthcare|66.78|33625639293|32.02|07/28/2022| |BIIB|Biogen Inc.|Healthcare|211.93|31037571287|21.72|07/28/2022| |TWTR|Twitter, Inc.|Communication Services|39.41|30116357329|162.78|07/28/2022| |NUE|Nucor Corporation|Basic Materials|111.06|29548833964|3.96|07/28/2022| |TROW|T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.|Financial|121.5|27616524750|9.83|07/28/2022| |SIVB|SVB Financial Group|Financial|415.52|24453829201|14.1|07/28/2022| |FITB|Fifth Third Bancorp|Financial|35.22|24163995543|10.09|07/28/2022| |LUV|Southwest Airlines Co.|Industrials|37.73|22372248473|40|07/28/2022| |FE|FirstEnergy Corp.|Utilities|37.29|21290065989|16.66|07/28/2022| |DPZ|Domino's Pizza, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|396.54|14293312365|30.31|07/28/2022| |POOL|Pool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|356.94|14286495042|19.79|07/28/2022| |CE|Celanese Corporation|Basic Materials|127.57|13816953582|6.83|07/28/2022| |KIM|Kimco Realty Corporation|Real Estate|20.14|12446656574|12.77|07/28/2022| |SNA|Snap-on Incorporated|Industrials|201.87|10774661605|13.08|07/28/2022| |AAL|American Airlines Group Inc.|Industrials|13.9|9028255472|#N/A|07/28/2022| |ALLE|Allegion plc|Industrials|99.6|8745368902|19.14|07/28/2022| |RHI|Robert Half International Inc.|Industrials|77.9|8609001818|13.2|07/28/2022| |ALK|Alaska Air Group, Inc.|Industrials|41.92|5285768025|11.45|07/28/2022| |XOM|Exxon Mobil Corporation|Energy|86.9|366127520928|14.4|07/29/2022| |PG|The Procter &amp; Gamble Company|Consumer Defensive|144.35|346338392244|25.23|07/29/2022| |CVX|Chevron Corporation|Energy|144.77|284445986404|13.61|07/29/2022| |ABBV|AbbVie Inc.|Healthcare|152.34|269201530928|21.85|07/29/2022| |LIN|Linde plc|Basic Materials|303.23|152441155658|39.02|07/29/2022| |CAT|Caterpillar Inc.|Industrials|185.49|98935601836|15.56|07/29/2022| |CHTR|Charter Communications, Inc.|Communication Services|463.12|88684051976|16.77|07/29/2022| |CL|Colgate-Palmolive Company|Consumer Defensive|80.38|67353759582|33.3|07/29/2022| |ITW|Illinois Tool Works Inc.|Industrials|187.92|58526349197|22.09|07/29/2022| |AON|Aon plc|Financial|271.74|57713171737|43.16|07/29/2022| |PSX|Phillips 66|Energy|84.2|40508610111|14.65|07/29/2022| |JCI|Johnson Controls International plc|Industrials|48.95|34052988290|28.37|07/29/2022| |IDXX|IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|361.48|30366934423|42.43|07/29/2022| |LYB|LyondellBasell Industries N.V.|Basic Materials|89.24|29236968732|5.07|07/29/2022| |WY|Weyerhaeuser Company|Real Estate|34.33|25558610837|9.55|07/29/2022| |GWW|W.W. Grainger, Inc.|Industrials|460.95|23555315410|20.4|07/29/2022| |CHD|Church &amp; Dwight Co., Inc.|Consumer Defensive|91.61|22240251458|28.1|07/29/2022| |VFC|V.F. Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|48.01|18650904943|15.49|07/29/2022| |CBOE|Cboe Global Markets, Inc.|Financial|114.94|12205317943|24.61|07/29/2022| |NWL|Newell Brands Inc.|Consumer Defensive|20.03|8282405283|#N/A|07/29/2022| |CTRA|Coterra Energy Inc.|Energy|26.35|479941278|32.7|07/29/2022|

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Imagine not eating ass 🤡

Bunch of slack jawed fe$$ets 🌈

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2007 Santa Fe with 90k miles older than my kiddo

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Utilities seem like a poor hedge. First, they do not have pricing power, since their rates are set by the government, which will be slow in allowing them to rise. Second, they have large capex and huge payrolls giving them large exposure to material and wage inflation. Finally the dividend they pay is currently underwater compared to a T-Bill with far less risk.

All of which is why I dumped FE which has been diving faster than a led zeppelin.

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Well I don't know how long you've had the car, but if it's a Santa Fe Sport with Theta engine, you would've received a letter (which would've been 10 pages) explaining that the engine would go out because of manufacturing error, so if you had 2017 or 2016 Santa Fe Sport, the engines are RECALLED which means they will rebuild or replace the engine, but fir some reason the 2018 Santa Fe Sport didn't get RECALLED by Hyundai KIA Corp. and the first thing our Insurance Agent said when we called to get car towed to Hyundai Dealer closest to where the engine quit, she said the ins. companies had been begging them to Recall the 2018 Santa Fe Sport SUV's and that it's left up to the Hyundai KIA Corp. to make a decision to do a recall and Hyundai KIA obviously doesn't c are if they repair or replace the defective engines or not!! Plus the parking lot in Valdosta, GA dealership had a huge graveyard of broken down cars and took them 3 weeks to get around to the diagnostic test, and they tried to blame it on us for the engine locking up, and we knew they were lying. They won't fix your car for free unless The National Hwy. Traffic Safety Administration demands they issue a Recall. Meanwhile I'm complaining on every website I can find, and that seems to be better than waiting on them to weasil out of their responsibility to Hyundai and Kia customers!!

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I might as well add my 2 cents worth, all the complaint websites notify Hyundai abd the Mgr. Of Hyundai in Duluth, GA. gave a reply to my complaint that didn't even match what I said about having received a letter from Hyundai/KiA Corp. 18 months before my Santa Fe Spirt SUV, 2018, with Theta engine broke down, and in that letter they admitted guilt by stating the Theta engine had manufacturing problems and bearings would wear down, and then it engine would seize up. On 12/27/2021 it finally broke down as the letter said. For 6 months I've been going from 2 dealerships, one in Valdosta, GA which charged for a diagnostic test and lied about the cause of the engine breaking down. ($132.00 charge). Then we had Santa Fe towed to Hyundai dealership in Duluth, and they required another diagnostic test ($425.00 this time), and came up with another reason why it wasn't their responsibility to fix car even though the letter they sent me 1,1/2 years earlier had described exactly what happened to my engine!! Nobody (even the lawfirm I turned it over to after 4 months of waiting on them to give me a straight answer), would finally say that lHyundai/Kia Corp. hadn't recalled the 2018 Santa Fe but stopped after recalling the 2016 and 2017, and our National Hwy. Traffic Safety Administration was leaving it up to the weasels that are manufacturing and selling lemons like they can use flimsy parts abd still sell the cars that aren't worth selling, especially since Canadian Gov't told Hyundai to fix lemons they sold to their citizens or they couldn't sell anymore cars in their country!! So that goes to show how little our government cares if the working people actually get screwed over, and places them in a financial nightmare for a long time. But yet they're still allowed to do business in U.S., which the 2nd recall on my Santa Fe came in Feb, 2022, about anti-lock.brake module was catching engine on fir, and then the N.H.T.S.A. had to demand Hyundai/Kia to recall it because fire would start and could kill the occupants. So this company has been getting away without issuing recalls that they should be made to correct their major mistakes when it's costing customers thousands of dollars (and I haven't been able to work since 12/27/202+) and job of Notary and deliver papers to courthouses is gone by now, even though they were waiting on me to get car fixed!! So this company shouldn't legally be selling lemons and getting away with it!!

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Tell them you have a friend moving to New York soon and you wanted them to help you find a place for them to live, since they know the market. Fe them personally invested in finding the true value of rending in that area.

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I agree that it is likely a battery connection issue. If not that, I would review the spark plug replacement procedure and see what could have gone wrong there. Reaching out on the Hyundai Forums is also a great idea.

I did want to mention that I had a remanufactured alternator in my 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe: It worked for a few months, then it died again. The symptoms leading up to the failure lead me to believe that it had to do with the electronics that control charging that are built into the unit, rather than an issue with the windings, etc.

I replaced it with a new OEM unit and it has been flawless for almost three years now.

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My dad's in Santa fe. Idk what to do with myself today, maybe ill text my ex's

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Not answering your question OP but this looks kinda cool and i'll check it out more next time i'm doing a react project - especially if it outputs all that flexbox faff into actual good quality code that can be a copy paste job into an IDE (since I'm a dev paid to actually produce code and not a project output - I wouldn't want to spend too much time refactoring like you usually do with low code builders like this)

As a temporary worker on payroll, the price sits at a good level for me - I wouldn't pay more personally since I wouldn't be able to deduct this from my taxes, and i'd have to justify the £600 a year with a measureable time save - but can see businesses paying a lot more like other people said. Even if you increased the price for businesses it would be great if you could retain an 'individual' pricing for people like me.

Anecdotally, every project i've worked on the devs have almost exclusively used CSS frameworks and only a few of these 'frontend devs' have a clue on how to create custom CSS. Maybe some people still see this as extra work when they could just go to material UI components and copy paste code? Some devs wouldn't even know what to do with the output - speaking as someone that has to mentor a lot of junior devs. Its kinda disappointing how many people rely on frameworks and pre-made components.

If you could somehow enable something like droppable tailwind components (and tailwind support) i'd be all over this! Can see that being a huge amount of work though!

I don't know - I like it though! Will try to keep it in mind when i'm coding FE again.

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I didn't say irresistible, I said "cheap." irresistible is a whole other level.

Personally I live JPM, JNJ, HD, TGT, MDT, FE, ETR, SNA, CMI, TD, MSFT, AXP, WHR, BBY, STAG, ORI, MMM

BBY and WHR are the only "irresistible" ones. They've dived hard and everyone acts like they're horrible stocks but doesn't have facts to back it up, at least not facts that are different from stocks that are overpriced that they are fine with. I expect sentiment to change on them at some point.

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Personally I like WHR, TD, BNS, CM, JPM, BA, GS, HD, JNJ, PG, SNA, CMI, SWK, TGT, MDT, BLK, BX, STAG, DLR, EVRG, AEP, FE, HON, JCI., MSFT...

I mean, I am not the most creative person, you probably thought about alot of these already:-).

I like both growth and dividend growth.

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I had experience with Jeep Compass as rental on my road trip in 2017. Picked the first Compass at Houston Hobby, and it kept stalling after stopping at stop sign or red light if I was there longer than couple minutes, had to restart the car. Made it to Dallas to exchange for another car, and was given another Compass, which I was told only has 10K miles on it so no problem. Motherfucking car just stopped when I got to Fayetteville, AR, right after a top of a hill. Luckily there was not a lot of people on the road. Went to XNA fuming, and finally was given a Santa Fe which I could complete my trip with.

Nobody can convince me Jeep Compass is not a total piece of shit line since then.

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What kind of grill do you want? Going from a crappy rusted out gas grill to a Weber Genesis a fe..... 7? (dude that hurts to read...) years ago has more than returned its value in terms of pleasure to use and money not spent eating out.

Granted I really like grilling and have no problem grilling in 7 degree weather in January, but still. If you use it often enough, it becomes a tool. Buy the nicest one you can imo.

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I think I've seen your friend. Is he by chance a part of the group that used to set up by... I want to say Santa Fe? And I think I heard they moved to the Cherry Creek area.

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I wouldn't buy an EV now. Road trips are horrible, and since I live in an apartment, charging was getting too annoying. I sold my M3 for 42k, and got Santa FE hybrid at ~40k. Great mileage, and very convenient.

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Off of Santa Fe? I give that guy money every time I see him.

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yep santa fe and Alameda. I've edited his venmo into my earlier comments if you're feeling generous.

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don’t tell me it’s that fucking guy on alameda and Santa fe all the time

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Omg I’ve seen that guy!! He was always at the Sante Fe and Alameda intersection.

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Santa fe and Alameda. dunno where my other friends work, I'm an East coast cat.

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Depends how soon will the FE D go ba k to pumping money. With out the FED it surely will not.

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Haha fuck yeah. The dude around Santa Fe/Broadway area? I see him all the time

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yeah I just asked him, it's totally santa fe and Alameda hahahaha. I'm geeking out about this.

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Definitely not a joke.. I see them at Alameda and Santa Fe almost every day.

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Is he the one in Cherry Creek or off Santa Fe? If guess Santa Fe because theres a Wendy's right there and that huge homeless encampment next to home Depot.

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Bought a 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe and three months later the engine blew. They replaced the engine and the new one blew on the way home . Picked it up again and the engine light came on which then the timing chain had to be fixed granted this happened around 85,000 miles and they did it all for free along with a rental but if this happened after 100,000 miles I would have been screwed

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Santa Fe, NM. It’s a pretty pricey town.

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But they have a very high Fe

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Banbet that. See you in a fe weeks

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As in, do you sell leads? Im always looking for a good FE/MP vendor

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I have a 22 Santa Fe as well and love the car. It's spacious and very comfortable.

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We got a Santa Fe Hybrid last year, but still like the look of the Palisade too. You seem to be saving plenty and having enough left over at the end of the month. The question is more what is your tolerance for a down payment / loan. We pay about $650 for our car and it was on the high side at that time, but managed to increase our income a bit so now we are pretty comfy.

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Highest Inflow Names Today (Large Cap) $ITUB - 90% Bullish $BAC - 93% Bullish $GOLD - 98% Bullish $VTRS - 94% Bullish $FE - 90% Bullish Ranked By Volume 📈
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