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No they haven't been around that long. They were GE financial before (GEs auto loans I believe) then more recently started to become Ally and even .ore recently started to issue more products beyond auto loans and HYSA.

They're a no physical presence bank but as far as digital goes, they're so far behind being a competitive digital bank. CapitalOne is the leadering in digital services.

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If you sift through the garbage that was TSLAQ, a lot of hyperbole there were some ge.s.

For the TSLA bulls though, it's pure mindless drivel, amateurs , morons like Gerber and pump and dumpers. Nothing there.

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Former GE Pension Advisor here! When we offered the EPO in 2019, we were told to tell the vestees/retirees that we don’t know if there will be another, which was technically true but as per the corporate talk, we all knew that another EPO in a couple years or so was very likely to happen again, as Corp was trying really hard to lower their pension obligations BUT that being said, this year I know they split up the pension plans obligations between the three businesses they planned to spin off from GE (GE Healthcare, Aviation and Power), so whoever you were with when this happened or when you left GE, it will now be allocated under one of those three. This is a big help for GE’s obligations to the pension plan- so I’d say each business are either gonna hold off on another EPO or do one right away- i think healthcare is gonna do one 100%, they had the biggest amount of debt and liabilities in the pension plan, GE Healthcare Employees’ pensions were huge lol so they’ll definitely do one I say and I think Power miiight do one- they had the biggest amount of vestees, not the biggest amount of liability but a huge amount of vestees I think Aviation will hold out for a bit

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80k for high end (assuming brands like Wolf) is insane, 25k should be enough for brands like that.

Outside of that, really depends on what kind of range (induction is more expensive), and how big of a fridge you want, and if you want wall ovens or other fancy things.

For your LGs, Samsungs, GEs, you can still likely get a full set for $5k, assuming gas/electric range.

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OTHER THAN READING, here are 2 or 3 top free hobbies I engage in:

  1. Editing wikipedia: I edit wikipedia from time to time on a few topics, largely for grammar and spelling rather than content.

  2. Pokemon Nuzlocke runs: I do ges 3-5 so the emulator is free, and it's entertaining but mindless enough I can listen to a podcast at the same time

  3. I won't say hiking is free because of gas but walking around your neighborhood while listening to a podcast is pretty dope.

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Agreed. I am sure many of the loans they give are at market rate. Maybe the portfolio loses money for them some years, or it doesn't. Accounting between business units is anyways fishy.

GE Capital was the most profitable part of GEs business until it wasn't in 2008 too.

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There is a large cottage industry of people advising (especially minorities) to get into the real-estate game. These always seem to be paths to paying someone, in addition to a realtor, to buy property. I feel like your association with realestate as an investment and financial security might be coming from some of those influencers. So pause and think about it critically if that's really what you want to be doing.

First off- let's look at buying a house vs renting. Yes, you start building equity in a house, and the idea of a house increasing in value that you get to keep before you even own it is really alluring. However, people thinking about home ownership often gloss over things like cost of repairing roofs, HVAC systems, plumbing, general maintenance etc. Our roof, in 2020, cost 15k (we did go higher end materials) to do - today it would be closer to 20k. HVAC systems - at least 6k, and possibly 10-20k depending on what your house ends up needing. And, it's not just the expense - you have to either spend a lot of time learning to do maintenance tasks around the house (and buying tools) or spend a lot of time and money finding people to do it for you - which isn't always an easy task (my porch needs a repair, and because it's a weird one, I'm on my 5th contractor this week who has declined to do the job as being either too big or small for them). Additionally, buying a home does lock you in to a location for about 5 years (amount of time before rent vs buy starts to financially even out). This could mean missing out on job prospects.

As far as duplexes go - I don't really buy into a single investment property being a good idea. The money is either coming in or not. If you can't cover the times when it's not, you could end up losing your home. At least with rental properties (like full ones) you could just lose the investment. You could try to separately finance the two properties, but that will limit what you can purchase. Even if you have a separate rental unit, the idea of relying on one renter to not screw you over kind of freaks me out. I don't think I would want to get into the land-lord game with less than three properties.

I've got a friend from Nigeria who was hard sold on the idea of saving up to buy property. He just couldn't wrap his mind around trusting his life savings into something non-tangible. I understand that inclination, but for most middle-class people, non-tangible investments (putting your money in bonds, mutual funds etc) is tried and true way to, over time, have your money grow with very little long-term risk. You can also scale this up and down a bit so you can both save and travel.

Lastly - if buying land is a huge part of your plan and it otherwise makes sense - see if you can find a place you can afford on your own. If you can find one with an extra bedroom or a finished basement - set it up as a roommate/tennant/landlord set up. This ges someone in your house while you're traveling which, if you find the right person, is kind of nice. If you can't find anyone, or want some alone time between rentals, you can afford it - so the rent from them is just extra savings, not a matter of keeping a roof over your head.

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Much of GE’s water treatment businesses were sold to Suez a while back, too - and Suez just merged into Veolia.

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Is there reception in Bahama-Jail ? img Thought ges chewing in some guys nuts by now

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No actual knowledge of GEs plans to do this; however, they’re in a very different financial position now than they were in 2019. I’d say it’s unlikely

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Or Canada.. We call it pop here, generally, if I heard someone say soda, I'd understand, but I'd wonder if they're American but I thought it was like North = Pop, Centre is funny and says soda-pop, further south you got your Soda. And then even further they just call it all "Coke" lmfao which is so weird to call all CaRbOnAtEd BeVeRaGes "Coke" but, OK..

But yeah always assumed a linear progression of the retardism around pop/soda/soda-pop/"coke" to be kinda a linear transition north to south didn't realize shit-hole Southern USA towns are actually Canada's homies on the pop vs soda wars.

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I have completed over 60 units all my GEs are done but never had a passion for any specific major

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I agree I messed up in school. All my ges are done but I never picked a major. I have no passion for anything

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So how do you contend with the 1975 referendum when the UK voted to join the European Community?

Or the fact that the British people vote roughly every 4 years in a General Election and regularly change their mind?

By your logic the 1975 EC referendum would overrule any successive referendum and GEs are not democracy.

A vote is a vote but votes get challenged and l reversed all the time. That is democracy

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GES puts printing

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So looks like HPQ fucked my puts, JWN and GES puts printing, call side not so much, flipped DWAC for a 2 bagger to the tune of like $1400 today, doubled down on BBY $78p and grabbed 7dte SPY 399p, sus low volume pp won't shake me out like they did 6 weeks ago. All in a decent day for my port

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What’s GES gonna do tomorrow?

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GES is trading at the same level it was in Jan 2006.

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GES

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Will GES see similar gains as AEO?

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You'll be fine, they're monthlies, I'd they open red they'll be green in a week, and no, I also have a GES strangle, not many opportunities this week, DLTR and BURL I was looking at but prems are jacked for the strikes I want

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING
2022-11-21
$SJM | JM Smucker Company: 5.88% | 4.43% | 5.98%
$ZM | Zoom Video Communications Inc: 16.41% | 18.98% | 13.88%
$DELL | Dell Technologies Inc: 6.51% | 14.23% | 10.27%
$A | Agilent Technologies: 3.97% | 6.36% | 7.45%
2022-11-22
$BBY | Best Buy Company: 9.58% | 11.1% | 9.84%
$HPQ | HP Inc: 5.99% | 7.37% | 7.44%
$DLTR | Dollar Tree Inc: 8.77% | 11.89% | 9.79%
$ADI | Analog Devices Inc: 3.77% | 5.49% | 4.09%
$MDT | Medtronic PLC: 3.83% | 3.83% | 4.0%
$LU | Lufax Holding Ltd: 9.09% | 6.25% | 47.75%
$GES | Guess Inc: 19.43% | 4.42% | 14.8%
$DY | Dycom Industries Inc: 14.98% | 5.37% | 12.6%
$JACK | Jack in the Box Inc: 6.91% | 9.23% | 10.63%
$BURL | Burlington Stores Inc: 9.45% | 11.08% | 11.58%
$AMWD | American Woodmark Corp: 11.97% | 15.18% | 13.26%
$ANF | Abercrombie and Fitch Co: 15.35% | 18.66% | 13.92%
$ADSK | Autodesk Inc: 7.34% | 0.69% | 7.74%
$AVXL | Anavex Life Sciences Corporation: 10.53% | 10.62% | 14.53%
$JWN | Nordstrom Inc: 12.22% | 23.74% | 16.85%
2022-11-23
$DE | Deere and Co: 6.42% | 0.87% | 5.74%

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At MSP airport and might have announcements interrupt when I speak, so asking here:

Any playas on the retail earnings next week? My thesis is that most of the red has already been priced in on Wed when Target's earnings brought the sector down, so I'd be betting there to be upward movements.

I'm not familiar w the retail sector much so would love to hear insights or arguments contrary to mine.

Tickers w earnings next week: URBN - urban outfitters ANF - Abercrombie n Fitch AEO - american eagle BURL - Burlington DKS - Dick's GES - Guess JWN - Guess

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markets theme song today

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

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What are the massive disadvantаges of bitcoin over fiat?

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I was at a meeting with GE’s chief economist just before 2008 became apparent and he spent 30 minutes explaining why the early indicators of a problem were nothing to worry about. He was a really smart guy. Economics is hard

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Friendly info: GE’s energy division is quietly working on nuclear for real sustainable energy.

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The credit score is a measure on how good you are at paying your debts.

If you do not have any debts, it is difficult to calculate. This ges for beginners, people new to getting a loan. But also for people that have paid off their debts. Fortunately, old paid off debts are still being calculated it.

Your friend is good at paying off his debts, so that is why his credit score is high.

It is an odd system that is not used everywhere in the world.

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Look into doing your GEs at a community or junior college.

Local CC/JC will legit save you, conservatively, thousands — probably more.

People look down on these schools, but for your first two years, they teach the same exact stuff. Actually, from my experiences and from what I’ve heard, the smallest schools tend to have better teachers for the GE classes because tenured university professors tend to consider teaching the rudimentary classes below them. Obviously this is not true for every great, tenured prof out there, but I’ve noticed it more than not.

They teach the same exact stuff, because the basics of precalc or biology or chemistry are uniform regardless of who teaches it. The only difference will be teaching style and effort.

I wish I went to a CC my first two years, I wasted a ton of money not doing that.

It also gives you time to actually figure out what you’d like to do with your education, rather than feeling an immense pressure to find what you want to do asap so you can get done with school asap because your spending $X0,000 per semester.

If you’re only spending 3000/semester for ALL your classes you’re gonna be able to actually take a breath and maybe even keep a part time job while you’re doing GEs to keep the cash flow incoming without overwhelming yourself.

Definitely look into it, at least.

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It would be great if community colleges offered upper division courses at a minimum. Even better if the equivalent major specific courses required for a BS but without the GEs.

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That’s not how this works, index funds in general always go up.

Stocks don’t always go “up”, just look at how GEs performed lately

You’d have a better ROI by sticking your cash under your mattress than having invested into GE

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You should check your Cha.t..messa.ges..have explain better in there in which you will loved

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Earnings play results

VSCO p = small win img but it's recovering already. So stupid.

ADSK p = can go fuck itself img

NVDA p = looks okay. 167.5p so maybe it will make some money img

BOX c = good earnings but goes down img

GES p = too small win img

CRM c = can go fuck itself img stupid redditor made me play it last minute

Overall result = img

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Earnings play results

VSCO p = small win img but it's recovering already. So stupid.

ADSK p = can go fuck itself img

NVDA p = looks okay. 167.5p so maybe it will make some money img

BOX c = good earnings but goes down img

GES p = too small win img

CRM c = can go fuck itself img stupid redditor made me play it last minute

Overall result = img

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Changed my earnings plays 6/6 please market lords img why is everything going the wrong way img

NVDA p VSCO p BOX c ADSK p GES p CRM c

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Earnings bets placed img o great market lords please let me 5/5

NVDA p

VSCO c

BOX c

ADSK p

GES p

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Give me the earnings plays. Calls or puts?

NVDA, VSCO, BOX, SNOW, ADSK, GES

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Hey everyone. I'm 27 , M. Here is my long story of how I got into the mindset of F.I. and R.E. I was academically smart and successful within my high school, and I went to a bad ass kid high school where the ACT score was 14 as an average. I scored a 27, putting me at the upper echelon amongst the dumber students. I was good with mechanical stuff and liked engineering. To be honest I did not want to go to college, I thought education was boring and high school made me tired and burned out. I only went to escape strict toxic parents and to get away from it all.

In 2014 I applied to several univ in TN. I got into UTK, UTC, Nashville State C.C., and rejected from G. Tech, Vanderbilt. I also got into Penn State. Decided to goto UT Knoxville. And I had some scholarships from the state government, but had to compensate the remaining portion by taking student loans of the federal type. My own research and cost analysis pointed that Nashville State would be BETTER and less stress. Why would I take out 20k a year to go to a school that gives partial scholarships!? I trusted my own self. After months of back and forth, speaking to several older people, and asking advice, I pulled the trigger on UTK, despite cost.

August 2014, I moved into my dorm on campus. I will admit, it was all new and surreal. Being away from home was fun, and the freedom was AWESOME. Being able to finally be independent as a young 19 year old meant I got to chase girls, live life, and experience what it meant to live the "full college experience." I was in electrical engineering as a major btw. Well, the first year was the same for all engineers, so I was pretty much doing GEs and math/physics for engineer courses. Let's just say I hated coding after I failed my first coding class lol. I ended up waking up by the end of my first year at college. I realized the following:

a) Why am I hear, taking loans out, and risking my future to get a job and work 40 hours?

b) This all feels so fake and designed by the banks and government! Who plotted this evil system!

c) The kids around me are all lost. Many of them should not even be here.

d) Me being from a lower middle class, first gen immigrant college student also felt angry some kids rolled up in new Mustangs and Challengers, while I had a old ass 2005 Civic and barely struggling to live and get by.

e) I FINALLY realized I should have just stayed in my hometown. I hated college and studying so much, I almost dropped out. I filled out paperwork, went into the office of the admin, and even signed it. All I had to do was do one more thing and I'd resign from my curriculum and go home and start over.

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But I didn't. I spoke with my dad on how I wanted to be a mechanic. I didn't enjoy theory and bullshit classes. I didn't like the soft nature, nerdiness, and boring design of the system. I didn't want to follow the sheep and take loans out to impress people who I could GIVE TWO FU(*s about. He was like, "why don't you switch to mechanical engineering son? Besides, mechanics don't make much money. Most people today go on Youtube and circumvent mechanics. Get you a mechanical degree, get you a office climate controlled job, make good money, and live better than me. Do you really want to do back breaking work?" (My dad being HVAC blue collar for his whole life.) My mom is a babysitter and part time line chef and side hustles alterations.

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I said, "dad, you got a point. I guess Ill switch." Sophomore year I switched to Mechanical Engineering, and felt like I resonated with the courses more. It wasn't easy, and some courses and seeing how LONG I had to go still made me overwhelmed. Despite all this, I kept the line pushing forward boys. I did not quit. I realized how you had to get co-op and internship experience as a NECESSITY to compete with the graduating work force. So I got in touch with the office of professional engineering practice to help me get ready to apply to internships and build a resume my junior year. I extended my college years by 1 year because I decided to do internship and rotational co-op. I thought this would raise the likelihood of me getting a offer before graduating, something along 60-75k a year, so I could easily live, pay loans back, and etc. By 2016 all my gen eds were done, with the exception of 2. By 2017 I was fully taking main engineering courses, and by the end of 2018 spring, finished all math courses, gen eds, physics related courses, and was half way done with the fluids/statics/dynamics/MATLAB coding courses. I still had the toughest courses ahead, senior design, thermal engineering, and heat transfer, alongside a year long senior capstone, internship in summer 2019, AND my last semester in 2019 (FALL) was purely funded on ANOTHER private Sallie Mae loan cause I had exhausted all AID and student loan from the GOVT. From 2017 to January 2019, I did a 3 rotation co-op, took summer courses to accelerate and stay on track for graduation, AND stayed in Knoxville. In 2019's start, I had almost exhausted my eligibility for taking government student loans. I had to figure something out to buy a meal plan cause I had little time to shop or cook, so the cafeteria was my hero for prepped healthy meals. They had awesome options by the way, and healthy too. Food cafeteria was 80% good at UTK. They had just built the new dining hall over at Orange Hall I was eating there alot. I started driving Uber and Lyft on weekends to help make ends meet. I lived off $3000 for like 6 months (Jan-July 2019). And then I lived off part time rideshare from August - December 2019, gained 10lb, and was knee deep in debt. In summer 2019, I did an internship at a tier 1 auto part manufacturer to strengthen my resume a bit more. I didn't get the job offer, but did really well on my assignments. And finally, graduated in 2019 December. I did it. I didn't quit, and toughed it out. Despite me hating college, I put myself through it. I never wanted to quit something I start. I came out with 105k in debt. $40k which was in my name, and $67 in my dad's name as federal parent loan.

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After graduation I decided to move in with parents, worked in HVAC some for my uncle for 8 months, getting my licensure in that brief period and learning ALOT and was installing residential units by the end of my time there. I did good! As a technician, I enjoyed working with my hands, tools, and grunt style work was more appealing to me. My dream was always to work as a mechanic though. I said fuck everyone's opinion. I quit working for him. The next day I put my ad up on Craigstlist for mobile mechanic. I made $75 in one hour! Holy Schmokes. Not only did I have tools, good auto repair knowledge and passion, but doors started to open for me. I decided to go all in on this idea. I had $2000 in savings, a Nissan Sentra, tools, and lived rent free, so I took the risk and started a mobile auto mechanic business.

- LLC

- Website

- Insurance, the whole 9 yards.

I've been self-employed owning my LLC and making decent income for 2 years now. I have done multiple contracts with larger companies. I netted 75k take home pay last year, and made pretty good money. I like being my own boss, making my own hours, and doing what I want and working for who I want.

Along my journey to F.I. here are some weaknesses AND strengths I realized about myself through reflection and decisions I made.

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- I had self doubt and listened to too many people. I knew what was best for me, yet acted against my own interest. I could have went to C.C. 2 years free and saved $$$.

- I had a lack of assertiveness or self-love, to do WHAT I WANT TO DO, and chase the profession I feel was worth my efforts. Engineering was too office-y. I never saw myself behind a desk doing paperwork/designing stuff lol. I only did it cause I wanted a challenge and thought I'd like it. After getting in, I realized I wanted to not be there.

- I love, accept, nurture, and want to be around like minded people.

- I am faithful to my dreams.

My overall experience with college woke me up to the system we all live in , at least here in USA. It woke me up to ask questions about myself, where I am going, and who I want to be.

I am grateful to earn my degree, and have no regrets! So far I have reduced my loans after refinancing by about 15000. The idea I have is to build a 401(k) so even after I pay the loans from college OFF, I am not starting from ZERO. I also plan to keep the business I built generating passive income and continue to have it open once I secure myself into my new job. I will then invest in things like Turo car rental, an AirBNB rental, and eventually buy a house so I stop paying rent (2-3 years from now). Good luck to all YOU F.I.R.E. -ers and I hope you enjoyed my story. I share this experience to help others, entertain, and share my story to the universe.

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hErES hoW mArKEtS aRe MovINg TrADers DiGEsT GOoD jOb GroWTh bUT PaPa PoWElL MiGHT GiIiiiiiT HaWkiSH img

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The globalists sold out to China because that’s their lArGesT mArKeT. Enjoy getting owned by Xi.

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GEs model broke when executives disguised horrible losses using shady financial accounting (fraud). Doesn’t mean the business model itself is bad

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Check any portfolio backtest, value vs growth is less than 1% CAGR, going back to 1972. And just to bust the myth, value has had the biggest drawdown in that period, 54% vs 53% for growth.

People just hang on to the Pets.com or GEs or IBMs when they think about this. On a factor basis, they are all so damn similar. That’s why the average investor is advised to go total market. The difference is so minuscule that tracking error and the expense ratio difference means more than value/growth vs just buying the cheapest total market ETF. People just like to argue it ad nausium because it’s so boring and simple ( well, that and the fact that any slight tilt or difference in how you label value and growth and how you collect the data, especially when going back to the 20’s, can tip the scales either way because of the negligible difference. It makes for good articles and lots of clicks ).

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The questions is not whether they can, but whether they are. This isn't welfare, its about getting more gas cars replaced by EVs. The income of the person driving it doesn't factor into the GES emissions.

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They said they have all their GEs completed so community college doesn’t sound like an option unfortunately.

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I did a ton of APs in high school and also did community college courses during the summers between high school years. Plus I was in a super advanced math program. I basically entered college with a lot of my GEs completed. But of the nine courses you're supposed to take a year (three per quarter), I only successfully completed five. Also right now one of those five is showing up as an Incomplete because there's been some difficulties with the teacher inputting my grade (I recieved a extension but then the grade period ended, I probably have to go through some administrative routes to fix it now). My dad is angry because I didn't tell them I was dropping courses, which is fair. But he also thinks I'm lying about my transcript, which is not true. Tensions are also high in general right now because both of my parents got covid and refused to isolate, putting me at risk, which was frustrating.

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tHe GoVeRnMeNt fUdGes ThEsE NuMbErS tOo

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GE is win-win on FOMC tomorrow.

Setup: GE’s business model is centered on bonds. High inflation + low interest rates makes bonds undesirable and hurt GE these past years. GE crushed earnings this quarter.

FOMC is dovish, market as a whole rallies and drags GE along due to crushed earnings.

FOMC is hawkish, bonds cement GE’s sustainability, making it a solid store of wealth for big money.

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Yikes GE’s up 6% now

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Other Earnings Reports I compiled for pre-market:

  • GM had earning miss; revenue beat. "GM CFO Paul Jacobson said Tuesday that demand for its vehicles remains "quite strong" although its latest quarter was hampered by inflation and "late-breaking semiconductor challenges." "Right now, all the data that we're looking at ... haven't shown any signs of weakness"

  • Raytheon was earnings beat but market not happy on guidance; company warned of supply chain, inflation and labor woes in the near term. "The firm reaffirmed its outlook for full-year 2022, expecting sales of $67.75B - $68.75B vs. $68.29B consensus; adjusted EPS of $4.60 - $4.80 vs. $4.77 consensus; and FCF of ~$6B. [...] Plans share repurchase of at least $2.5B."

  • 3M saw narrow beat, shares up 4% pre-market as of 9AM EST. The company cut its full-year guidance for adjusted EPS to $10.30-$10.80 from $10.75-$11.25 previously, in line with $10.50 analyst consensus estimate, and now expects sales growth to decline by 0.5%-2.5%, or ~$34.5B-$35.2B, compared with its prior outlook for positive growth of 1%-4% and previous consensus of $35.4B. Announcing health spin-off.

  • GE saw beat too: "[GE] tracked higher in premarket trading by 3.9% after the firm presented stronger than anticipated Q2 earnings. [...] GE’s Q2 free cash flow fell to positive $162M from $199M but surpassed the forecast outlook for negative $806M."

  • KMB beat but lowers guidance on profits due to higher costs, raises sales guidance. Shares are down.

  • Not earnings, but Shopify indicated that it plans to cut ~1K or 10% of its global workforce across all its divisions as it pulls back on e-commerce growth it had seen amidst the pandemic. Shares down 12% pre-market.

  • Logitech misses on both revenue/earnings: "[It] reduced its Fiscal Year 2023 outlook to between negative 8 percent and negative 4 percent sales growth in constant currency (+0.8% consensus), and between $650 million and $750 million in non-GAAP operating income. The Company’s previous outlook was between 2 and 4 percent sales growth in constant currency, and $875 million to $925 million in non-GAAP operating income."

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  • KO/MCD earnings are in; big beats.

  • KO: "For Q2, KO posted non-GAAP EPS of $0.70, three cents above expectations. Pricing actions were credited with sustaining the bottom line as its price/mix metric jumped 12%. Meanwhile, an 11.9% jump in revenue pushed $730M above expectations, bolstered by an 8% jump in case volume. KO expects organic revenue growth of 12% to 13% versus a prior anticipation of 7% to 8% growth. Comparable EPS growth of 5% to 6% was maintained"

  • MCD: The fast-food chain delivered Q2 Non-GAAP EPS of $2.55 which topped forecasts by $0.08 but missed on revenue by $100M, as MCD reported $5.72B. Global comparable sales increased 9.7%, reflecting positive comparable sales across all segments - U.S. increased 3.7%.

  • GM had earning miss; revenue beat. "GM CFO Paul Jacobson said Tuesday that demand for its vehicles remains "quite strong" although its latest quarter was hampered by inflation and "late-breaking semiconductor challenges." "Right now, all the data that we're looking at ... haven't shown any signs of weakness"

  • Raytheon was earnings beat but market not happy on guidance; company warned of supply chain, inflation and labor woes in the near term. "The firm reaffirmed its outlook for full-year 2022, expecting sales of $67.75B - $68.75B vs. $68.29B consensus; adjusted EPS of $4.60 - $4.80 vs. $4.77 consensus; and FCF of ~$6B. [...] Plans share repurchase of at least $2.5B."

  • 3M saw narrow beat, shares up 4% pre-market as of 9AM EST. The company cut its full-year guidance for adjusted EPS to $10.30-$10.80 from $10.75-$11.25 previously, in line with $10.50 analyst consensus estimate, and now expects sales growth to decline by 0.5%-2.5%, or ~$34.5B-$35.2B, compared with its prior outlook for positive growth of 1%-4% and previous consensus of $35.4B. Announcing health spin-off.

  • GE saw beat too: "[GE] tracked higher in premarket trading by 3.9% after the firm presented stronger than anticipated Q2 earnings. [...] GE’s Q2 free cash flow fell to positive $162M from $199M but surpassed the forecast outlook for negative $806M."

  • KMB beat but lowers guidance on profits due to higher costs, raises sales guidance. Shares are down.

  • Not earnings, but Shopify indicated that it plans to cut ~1K or 10% of its global workforce across all its divisions as it pulls back on e-commerce growth it had seen amidst the pandemic. Shares down 12% pre-market.

  • Logitech misses on both revenue/earnings: "[It] reduced its Fiscal Year 2023 outlook to between negative 8 percent and negative 4 percent sales growth in constant currency (+0.8% consensus), and between $650 million and $750 million in non-GAAP operating income. The Company’s previous outlook was between 2 and 4 percent sales growth in constant currency, and $875 million to $925 million in non-GAAP operating income."

Edit: Will keep updating

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Aaaaaaannndd ges ded

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Mine were not. However, I went to an extremely challenging school academically, and also… I don’t think it necessarily matters that much. Because my super-challenging school also had super-challenging general courses and I nearly flunked out twice until I got academic counseling and also finally made it into classes in my major, which I excelled at. There is nothing wrong with doing GEs at an “easier” school (if the community school actually is easier). It makes sense to save the really rigorous courses for areas relevant to your chosen field. Saves both time and money that way. I did not need to be spending 4+ hours a week on physics homework. I’m not a physicist and wasn’t studying to be one.

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Sure, but no one knew at the time. It took 15 years after he left, and numerous issues under Immelt for the company's issues to finally surface. The latter CEO is much more to blame for GEs implosion than the former.

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I do intend to host ges and I'd like to get in talks with adventures league, and that is a wonderful idea that I hadn't though about thank you

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Six, race, czr, crl

Next on the list if I had more money Mgm, ba, lulu, a bunch of others everyone mentions like amzn, googl, etc

Some hail marys(wouldn't buy more than $100 worth, 1 share if more than $100 Denn, nclh, ccl, rcl, ihrt, algt, vac, plnt, hlt, rh, rl, ges, esloy

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As a rule of thumb, your car value should never be more than half your yearly take-home pay. A '17 Corolla ges 30 city / 40 highway. Looking at alternative hybrids, you'd likely be saving <10 mpg on average with an upgrade and you're going to pay a hefty premium on the cost of the car.

You're trading in a $14k car, and the hybrid equivalent may go for at $19k-$25k. In your situation, it makes the most sense to keep driving the current vehicle.

Looking at the math here, at .59 cents per mile, your employer is paying you $17.70 dollars every 30 miles you drive. If you can, maybe talk with your boss about getting that number up to $.69 because the price of gas has increased. Either way, be happy to continue driving as much as your employer needs you to.

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Understand? She’s an idiot. She thinks Tesla is going to 30K by 2035. All her valuations are based of IFs. IF Tesla ges autonomous taxis, IF zoom gets 800MILLION paying subscribers. Literally no fundamentals or even reasonable probabilities are included in ARK “future valuations”

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Double edged sword. Financial services is what caused GE’s stock to boom, also, what led the company to near ruin.

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Wasn’t this rule from GE’s Jack Welsh?

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Thinking of buying GE Calls. They’re cheap + GE’s subsidiary produces IV fluid contrast, which the US has a national shortage of atm

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It's not way off.

https://www.citya.com/annonces/location/appartement/poitiers-86000/GES29190127-75

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GES PUT 17 JUNE 17

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Don't just randomly transfer to another Uni, see if they will accept credits first. You're still in the early years so GEs may be able to transfer easier

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Or you could end up like Microsoft and continue to dominate decade after decade.

Also I wonder, how much cash was on IBM and GEs balance sheet at their peak. Was it equivalent to Apple’s $200 billion? I doubt it.

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Maybe you should leave the fundamental analysis to other people if you’re comparing GE’s p/b to the p/b of SE…. in general it sounds like you’re overweighting the importance of p/b.

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Hey bul...ges wut

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I am a bot from /r/wallstreetbets. You submitted an image I've already seen recently. If you're submitting a position screenshot use Gain/Loss/YOLO flair or it'll be duplicate checked. If you submitted something and then immediatley deleted it... don't do that next time.

https://i.redd.it/4ges3fxocey81.jpg

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I am a bot from /r/wallstreetbets. You submitted an image I've already seen recently. If you're submitting a position screenshot use Gain/Loss/YOLO flair or it'll be duplicate checked. If you submitted something and then immediatley deleted it... don't do that next time.

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I am a bot from /r/wallstreetbets. You submitted an image I've already seen recently. If you're submitting a position screenshot use Gain/Loss/YOLO flair or it'll be duplicate checked. If you submitted something and then immediatley deleted it... don't do that next time.

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Yeah, keep thinking you’re winning. You’ve wasted a ton of time on this because of your infatuation with AOC and her crooked witch nose. Keep telling yourself you haven’t jerked off to the idea of her in your parents basement and gone back to playing your video games like a loser. “I’m A GaMuRrr, I sPeNd alL my WaGes froM mcDoNalds on MicRoTrnsacTiOns”. What a loser, subbing to twitch women who don’t give two shits about because you lack attention in actual life.

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Ges mi son

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How do you compute these %ges and $ moves?

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Haha the worst part is I did for GEs! I’m just a dingus as it were XD

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Just bought ANF (Abercrombie), JWN (Nordstrom), DASH (door dash), CHWY (Chewy), GES (Guess), and EBY (Ebay).

Because they are all in the major 10 holdings in the XRT ETF which has GME as it's largest holding.

Check out the price action today on any of these tickers.

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Bad idea, see here and then GE’s collapse

https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/73dwp7/my_dad_has_18_million_dollars_worth_of_ge_what/dnprbqf/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf&context=3

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>ges comissions on options and if so, how much?
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>Mine charge a minimum fee of 6.25$ per transaction of options, which mean any position worth under 100$ is already losing over 12.5

I see, I switched to this broker, because they stoped charging commission on stocks. However I wasn't into option trading yet.

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GE’s turbine production makes them benefit from many types of power production.

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GES

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Here you go “Judge us by our actions not by our words” RC, when they’re ready to announce their big projects like (NFT marketplace/Decentralized exchange), he is not like other CEO’s who only talk but don’t deliver ie Facebook “meta” ect.Also “tHeY mAdE nO cHanGes”, they’ve literally changed the whole board of directors, high level executives from, Amazon,Chewy,Apple,Microsoft ect + hired blockchain executives too, I wonder why these people left their high paying jobs to work on a “dYiNg bRiCk aNd mOrTaR”🧐

Edit: now that you read this the other comment makes sense now

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“Judge us by our actions not by our words” RC, when they’re ready to announce their big projects like (NFT marketplace/Decentralized exchange), he is not like other CEO’s who only talk but don’t deliver ie Facebook “meta” ect.Also “tHeY mAdE nO cHanGes”, they’ve literally changed the whole board of directors, high level executives from, Amazon,Chewy,Apple,Microsoft ect + hired blockchain executives too, I wonder why these people left their high paying jobs to work on a “dYiNg bRiCk aNd mOrTaR”🧐

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To an extent, no one was doing the deal volume they were doing. Even VCs/GEs of similar size or ones with bigger teams weren't close to investing in a deal a day. They were causing a really big stink in the last couple years as regular VCs were pissed at them. Here is a fantastic overview of their strategy and why it was problematic for "regular" investors. Link got deleted by automod, but if you search "Playing Different Games" by Everett Randle it explains everything.

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Monday 3/7
The Federal Reserve reports consumer credit data for January. Total consumer debt is expected to rise $20 billion to a record $4.44 trillion. Following a slight decline in 2020, consumer credit increased 5.9% last year.
Tuesday 3/8
Dick’s Sporting Goods and MongoDB release earnings.
The National Federation of Independent Business releases its Small Business Optimism Index for February. Consensus estimate is for a 97.4 reading, roughly even with the January data. The net percentage of small-business owners raising selling prices reached the highest level since 1974 as they try to pass on higher materials costs and compensation to employees.
Wednesday 3/9
Campbell Soup, CrowdStrike Holdings, and Franco-Nevada report quarterly results.
Analog Devices, Johnson Controls International , Qualcomm, TE Connectivity , and Walt Disney hold their annual shareholder meetings.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. Economists forecast 11.1 million job openings on the last business day of January, nearly 200,000 more than in December. If that estimate proves correct, it would match the record level of job openings from this past July and October.
Thursday 3/10
General Electric hosts its 2022 investor day. CEO Larry Culp will discuss GE ’s 2022 outlook and plans to turn around the fortunes of the industrial conglomerate. GE’s shares are down 18% in the past year.
DocuSign, JD.com, Oracle, Rivian Automotive, and Ulta Beauty hold conference calls to discuss earnings.
EBay and Moody’s hold their annual investor days.
The BLS reports the consumer price index for February. Consensus estimate is for a 7.8% year-over-year spike for the CPI, after a 7.5% increase in January. The core CPI, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, is expected to jump 6.3%, compared with 6% previously. The estimates for both indexes would surpass recent peaks and mark 40-year highs. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sparked a big jump in many commodities, including wheat and oil, so a relief from higher prices doesn’t seem to be in the cards in the near future.
Friday 3/11
AT&T hosts a virtual investor and analyst day. The company will discuss the financial outlook for its telecom business, which will be the remainder of the company once the pending WarnerMedia spinoff is completed.

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So your saying the value of those assets here have no effect on the underlying companies/Russia? If so what are all you guys buying and selling at those stoCk eXchanGes

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>Any advice regarding how to not give this bonus $121 to the government this year and prevent this donation in the future?

$121 is basically no dollars. That's about perfect as far as withholding ges

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Absolutely could have finished the entirety of my engineering degree in 3 years if my school didn't gate requirements for senior design in layered years.

As in the requirement for a winter class will be in spring and only offered in spring.

I had multiple quarters where I was borderline eligible for part time because I basically did all my reqs to graduate in the first 1.5 years of college then just waited to get those prereqs for singular classes to open up my senior design.

Since they offered a 1 year masters program from my school presumably I could have done the same in 3.5 years if I took summer classes and didn't get literally clapped by my school's administration.

Totally only possible because I basically only had to take like 3 GEs and was willing/preferred to take exclusively STEM classes.

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Counterpoint- GE’s we’re all defendable at the time. The stock wouldn’t dip upon news of the acquisition, it didn’t all hit the fan until 2008.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of9GEsTv4-s

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😂 first weeks of covid everyone was like “tHis ChAnGes EVrYthInG”. And then money printer went brrrrrr and Donald was there as well.

Now there’s no money printer nor Donald.

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>My primary point was the data shows dividend stocks as well performing due to survivorship bias, at least American companies. Once you perform well, you eventually are required to distribute retained earnings as dividends.

But dividend stocks (just dividend payers, not the stocks with the highest dividend yields) haven't beaten non-payers. see table 1 on p.8 here This is using Bloomberg data which accounts for bankruptcies and delistings (+ micro caps, which are the victims of most data errors, are removed from the sample, not that their performance really matters in value-weighted portfolios).

High dividend stocks have historically outperformed through, like here. This and basically every other similar example uses CRSP data which has mostly been free from bankruptcy and delisting bias since the Banz era.

In value weighted portfolios, the impact of survivorship bias (if any) on the outperformance of dividend stocks should be minimal.

>Companies struggling, cutting their dividend, and seeing their share price significantly impacted by the dividend cut is very common.

But 'very common' doesn't mean anything. If you've found a way to systematically show that mature companies with certain characteristics enter into the death spiral you've been describing, I'd be very interested. However, I can say that stocks that fit the criteria you describe have historically done very well as a whole (c.f. any value metric, any investment metric, dividend yield).

>GE’s fundamentals didn’t change due to the dividend cut (in fact it allowed it to improve by using those funds to pay down liabilities), but they were still punished by the market because there is a segment that literally only wants to hold high-dividend investments.

I agree that stocks tend to drop a lot when dividends are cut, but this isn't necessarily market overreaction or panic-selling by the high-dividend crowd (unless you have the actual transaction data to show it). A dividend going away could be bad for any of the reasons listed in the Arnott and Asness paper in my first comment or because it increases bankruptcy risk or even because of changes in liquidity or something related to the riskiness of future earnings, etc.

We can never know how exactly a firm's fundamentals (or these other factors) change or how they should affect the price, but for every explanation that involves the market making a terrible mistake, there's a more sensible (ie EMH-friendly) one too. Of course, if you don't like the EMH-friendly story and prefer the overreaction/market irrationality one, you're welcome to profit over everyone else's stupidity.

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My primary point was the data shows dividend stocks as well performing due to survivorship bias, at least American companies. Once you perform well, you eventually are required to distribute retained earnings as dividends.

>I'm sure this has happened once or twice, but all the historical data points to companies like this (low investment firms, value firms, high dividend firms) outperforming, not dying.

Companies struggling, cutting their dividend, and seeing their share price significantly impacted by the dividend cut is very common. General Electric is a prime example, where management left the pension liabilities underfunded so they could continue to pay a dividend. Management has an incentive not to cut a dividend when compensation is heavily favored by stock options and cutting a dividend is punished far more than the actual fundamentals of the company.

GE’s fundamentals didn’t change due to the dividend cut (in fact it allowed it to improve by using those funds to pay down liabilities), but they were still punished by the market because there is a segment that literally only wants to hold high-dividend investments.

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Then you’ll certainly need to receive a 4yr degree.

I double-majored EE and CS, but opted to go down the software route as it better fit my interests and had much stronger career earnings potential.

I’m sorry I can’t be of much help with the financials. I just wanted to pop in to make sure you weren’t gunning for an art history or underwater basket weaving degree.

I would not recommend borrowing heavily for your education if at all possible. However, you’re in a nasty predicament because most 4yr engineering degrees don’t follow the typical liberal arts track where it would be possible to do GE (general education) requirements at a cheaper, local community college before transferring to the institution of your choice for your final 2 years.

You may be able to do some GEs on the cheap before transferring in, however. Take a look at good, yet affordable engineering programs, pull their GE requirements, and then call their admissions Dept to determine if they will accept transfer credits from your targeted local community college.

Good luck!

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I get the concept of pinning the price but the contracts are an option to buy 100 shares at $150. If they exercise the option at 151 let’s say and the price runs to 360 at which point it ges pinned (what decides the pin price?) you’re saying they’re responsible for basically a 100x what the price drops after the pin price?

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But free means I can get it and make it useful.

realistically if you haven’t gotten one AA yet, you can get about 3-4 AA degrees within 2 years if you load up on CORE classes per degree after you knock the GEs out of the way. I only even got 2 AAs because the GEs contained so many classes for my second one that I figured I’d load up the rest while taking the very few classes I needed for my first (my first is fire science and technology which you can’t even get a bachelors in, it just goes up to fire protection and administration)

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The Cincinnati, OH are should be a consideration. We have GE’s headquarters here if you want the engineering route. But we also have Krogers (huge grocery chain), and some major insurance companies and Proctor and Gamble for accounting.

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Hes repeatley acknowledged us not my problem if your bli nd and de af.I'm going to be laughing at you and all the other shills once you FOMO in. It'll be a very funny story telling my friends how I got rich scre wing over hedge funds. Sad how much you care what I do with my money. Thanks for making my grip stonger Would send you links on the bankrupt hed ges but apparently no links allowed

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If it keeps trading sideways it simply means they delayed the calls like they've been doing this whole time via crime. He acknowledged us at the hearings and pretty obvious he can't comment now due to legal reasons. Millions of people are still holding and buying. You prob don't keep up with the news but yeah hedge funds that own the stock going bankrupt is all the proof I need to keep holding it. When the market crashes in 2022 and brings down the hed ges with it the FOMO you shills will be feeling is gonna be glorious. Surprised someone cares this much what I do with my money

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GPRO, RAD, GES, HOG, VIAC, INTC, CSCO, TWTR, TXT, DELL, ORCL, SNAP

All under $100, over 1m avg volume, most Atleast $1b Market Cap

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