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JBL 52 week high. Are we really in a bear market anymore?

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Anyone have the jbl boombox 3? Worth it?

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You link to direct subsidies but those really are not the concern here. Taxpayers, laborers, and consumers pick up a tremendous amount of the cost of the current industrial meat business without writing a check directly to JBL or Cargill.

Corn subsidies are a huge one, already mentioned here by others (a handful of other grains, principally soy, get similar treatment). Grain costs are kept artificially low by a system the government has built out since the dust bowl., which is a big deal to an industry that spends a quarter trillion on grain annually. Today, the big ticket subsidy is crop insurance… I would complain about the obvious moral hazards here but at least we aren’t paying for crop rotation anymore. I digress, point is that the government spends some 8 billion per year in a crop insurance program alone that pays out way more than it takes in, just to keep American businesses built on cotton, wheat, soy, and corn cheap. Meat and dairy are enormous beneficiaries here, especially the big companies. Everyday farmers are not exactly making out like bandits though, some 80% of this money goes to the wealthiest 10% of pockets.

This says nothing about taxpayers covering for the environmental catastrophes that are CAFOs when we pay for the slaughter of sick animals (which never should be packed together like that) and the contamination of groundwater.

Meanwhile, the DOJ routinely turns a blind eye to the sick conditions in meat packing factories, where managers routinely turn a blind eye to employment elegibility in order to hire people who are easy to take advantage (until they all stop working during a pandemic because their lives just ain’t worth it). Because there’s only 4 companies doing almost all the packing, they get away with all kinds of nonsense. I see just yesterday they got sued for collusion in wage fixing.

Plus we have the methane issue, the antibiotics issue, the hormones issue, the fact that red meat is carcinogenic, the enormous land use… yeah, the meat industry has shifted an incredible amount of its costs onto everyone but themselves. They’ve even managed to turn checkoff taxes into slush funds for their own lobbying, it’s incredible. If you don’t think that subsidids are substantial there, you must have no clue just how much money that industry extracts from the rest of the economy.

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JBL

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JBL

CIVI

DHS

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I would just save a ton of money and have an after market installed, better than any system that will come in a car to be honest. Alpine, Kenwood, Pioneer, JBL, and several others all make great stuff. I personally like Pioneer. A very nice touch screen deck with apple/Google car play will run $300-$400, you can get a driver and tweeter set for like $200-$300. If you want a sub, you can get a 10" or 12" with a standard box for like $200. The sub will need an amp, maybe $300-$400, or cheaper for a used one. If you have steering wheel controls you'll need an interface to keep those working with the new stereo, most run around $50-75. If you are self installing, you can get a solder station for $40, but twist and heat shrink will work just fine too ($30-$40 for a heat gun and shrinks). Again this is all assuming you buy new name Brand stuff. You can easily cut this cost in half if you either look for used or pick a lower brand. You can install all of it yourself in a weekend if you've never done it and take your time, quicker if you have help from someone who's done it. Or, you can take all the gear to a shop and they will put it in for anywhere from $150-$300. Again this will all be cheaper and even better than buying a different car.

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JBL on any pullback

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This is beyond terrible. JBL Eon is one of the worst sounding speakers ever made, and usually I like JBL.

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My prius has leather, jbl premium sound, keyless entry, and you can fit like 6 homeless dudes in there for an orgy.

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I picked up my 2003 ford mustang v6 for $2k and it has a JBL sound system in it. Has like 169k miles but its very mechanically sound, just has no clear coat and the paint is sunfaded.

In the two years ive owned it, it has had 2 problems: the battery went bad once, and the fuel pump went out. For like $100 i picked up a new battery and took the old one back to get reimbursed for the cell or whatever. For $200 i picked up a new pump and we spent one evening working on it ourselves and replacing it. In my apartment parking lot, btw. No garage or fancy tools, just a jackstand and the regular necessary shit.

If i really really wanted to, i could coyote swap my engine in my car and it would still probably cost less than OPs brand new truck. A brand new vehicle can fail at any time too, knew so many people with brand new or newer cars that they have to take their car to a shop and get it fixed.

So, im not sure what your point is here..

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JBL my dude

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Keep in mind, that’s revenue. I’m around 20% profit margins.

I source brand name products for Amazon sellers like JBL, Sony, Nintendo, LOL Surprise, etc

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JBL Studio 5 series is all you need to know. 590s in 5.1 for the true wife acceptance factor of zero. Wait for a sale. Best speaker for the money when on the major sales JBL offers about twice a year.

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I love my JBL charge 5. They have a bigger version called xtreme 3

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JBL - pick anyone from them

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Has anyone paid attention to Jabil $JBL? it's a supplier of electronics manufacturing services.

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Sonos man, JBL has some good products too. IDK if sonos has broken out to be a true bose competition as far as mindshare

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Thoughts ? Up 7% ytd

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THC - 6.6%

FANG - 6%

CVX - 6%

AMN - 6%

NVDA - 4.8%

AMD - 4.8%

HCA - 4.5%

OXY - 4%

AMAT - 4%

SYNH - 4%

COP - 3.5%

NUE - 3.5%

AMZN - 3.5%

TRMLF - 3.5%

OVV - 3%

RIO - 3%

CNQ - 3%

GOOG - 3%

ACLS - 3%

TNEYF - 2.5%

MT - 2.5%

HUN - 2%

CNC - 2%

CDDRF - 2%

IMO - 1.5%

JBL - 1.5%

TSM - 1.5%

E - 1%

NTAP - 0.8%

CRSP - 0.8%

BIREF - 0.5%

MTTR - 0.5%

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I was too young to realize it, but ruthless aggression smackdown with Eddie Guerrero and JBL was some GOAT entertainment

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Never seen JBL mentioned. Solid manufacturing/research company that does work for many of the big boys. Growing very steady

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Will JBL beat earnings tomorrow?

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Back on March 31 someone dropped 6,000 $70 calls for JBL ending 5/20.

Nothing much came of that

Now there are more $50 puts for September

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING

2022-06-13 $ZDGE: 17.77% | 3.98% | 7.61%

Oracle Corp $ORCL: 5.16% | 6.7% | 7.63%

Pfsweb Inc $PFSW: 12.04% | nan% | 21.0%

2022-06-16

Jabil Inc $JBL: 6.72% | 5.7% | 6.0%

Commercial Metals Company $CMC: 7.75% | 7.86% | 7.62%

Adobe Inc $ADBE: 5.21% | 11.76% | 8.56%

Kroger Co $KR: 6.79% | 7.28% | 10.5%

Beyond Air Inc $XAIR: 11.75% | 31.08% | 22.81%

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Interesting. I don't have access to those because I'm American

But American ones that are GARP (growth at reasonable price) that I like a lot or just plain extreme value are INMD JBL BXC AAWW JXN GAMB

CLS is Canadian I believe. UL is also cheap historically it seems

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Can't believe how good this JBL headset works...long con call with Asia. Had to walk 25 ft to mix a drink...still connected.

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JBL

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Do not become an emotional trader. Quickest and easiest way to lose money.

Pull up ToS and look at the numbers. $JBL hit a new high today of 60.11 (72.11 52wk high) but only traded 490287 shares. Options are meh. Do the analysis objectively.

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My employer does the same thing. I just take the stock and sell back off for the 15%ish profit.

Look up the stats on $JBL. Not much volume. Might want to pull the insiders trades report.

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Anyone looking to buy a pair of JBL mkII 308 studio speakers/monitors? Need to fund some FDs. Starting at $400 will ship.

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Looked at the campaign and here is my honest opinion. $70 for a bluetooth speaker is a lot when I can purchase a JBL for about the same or a few dollars more. If this add-on was cheaper say under $25 I could see it being sold as an impulse purchase. I just dont really see the value of the mag safe feature. It would add a lot of bulk to my phone and I already dont like the protruding cameras most phones have now. With a case this gets even worse.

Cool project but I think you need more market research to actually sell this. Just one random strangers opinion though. Keep pushing and ignore the negativity if its something you really believe in. Maybe a good shark tank product. Good luck mate.

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Bro buy a pair of JBL wireless earbuds. $30 and the exact same quality as AirPods. And they attach to your ear so when you are running they don’t fall out. $30 on eBay new. I have both I keep AirPods at home and jbl in the car for the gym.

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adam audio T7V. my listening skill is not well-developed enough to warrant more expensive monitors, which would provide another 5% of accuracy for many times the price, but which would be lost on me. i also learned that monitors are limited by the room that you're listening to them in, so investing in (DIY, in my case) room treatment was a better return on investment than getting monitors that were 2-3x more expensive.

agree with u/majorscheiskopf that the kali LP-6 and JBL LSR305 are amazingly good for the price.

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I'm not the one you asked, but since I also just spent too long obsessing over this- the Focal Alpha Evo 65 are incredibly, incredibly good and I've been extremely happy with mine. The Kali LP-6 or JBL LSR305 will get you 90% of the way there at 20% of the cost, though.

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Two words, suction cups or make it wall-mountable. You'll be able to take it with you, even on long trips or home to home. Being honest, the idea itself is very niche and has a lot of competition already. For example, I use the JBL clip speaker that you can clip onto your shower handle/faucet thingy.

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Commissioned sales people in lateral businesses.

Years and years ago, I worked briefly in the digital church bell business and the owner was big in the church SOUND business and we did a lot of work with JBL speakers and they had this guy who was like a manufacturer's rep who basically managed like 10 brands of different items like amplifiers, speakers, TOA mics and more. This guy had an amazing client list and so we bought a lot from him, but we equally offered him commissions on anything he brought to us. He was super smooth, and brought us ten large sales in the first 6 months.

So try and find someone that has aligning businesses and pay them straight commissions til you can get some cash in the bank

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From a visual standpoint it is reminiscent of an 80’s boom box. If you’re looking at competition it’s things like a google hub, google nest, Alexa or JBL speaker. They all have curved lines and feel much more appealing. This item is very boxy with sharp edges. It feels dated and the colour isn’t super versatile unlike an off white or black colour.

I also wonder how loud the ambient noises must be if they can drown out bathroom sounds? Personally I don’t think I’d purchase this item for the same reason I hate bathroom spray. You could be doing anything in there but when the spray comes out you know someone’s done a shit.

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The code for all platforms should be open source, including and especially Alexa, Google Home, Samsung LED television remote control microphones, JBL speaker microphones… EVERYTHING. How anyone is defending secret algorithms which hinder free speech is disgusting. At least let what you’re doing be known.

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Not yet. Could be any day. I keep waiting for something to break but it doesn’t. Meanwhile it’s safe, leather seats, nice JBL stereo, Bluetooth for phone calls. Partly I’ve been lucky but I also maintain it religiously.

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Some implied moves for earnings next week ->

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$COUP 14.2%
$GME 15.5%
$FDX 8.7%
$PD 18.4%
$SMTC 9.2%
$WSM 11.2%
$ZTO 10.8%
$DG 6.4%
$ACN 7.0%
$CSIQ 10.9%
$SCWX 8.7%
$CVGW 10.2%
$DLO 19.6%
$KNDI 15.3%
$SMAR 13.7%
$S 17.7%
$YY 15.7%?
$GOCO 126.6%
$JBL 7.8%
$SCVL 12.1%
$BLDP 15.5%
$PRTK 29.3%
$LUNA 15.0%

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Who the hell has a picture of JBL as their avatar?

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Updating to ios 15 was literally the worst decision I’ve ever made. Can’t even connect to my AirPods so I’m walking around the gym like a jackass playing mambo no. 5 on a jbl speaker

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Work from home follies: Holy crap, I accidentally bought evil headphones by JBL. I can listen to music on them all day long without any problem - they're totally acceptable, good sound quality, good microphone, long-lasting battery, everything I want.

The problem is if I'm on zoom, they "go to sleep" every half hour *if I'm in a meeting no matter how much I'm talking or if other people are speaking*.

I'm talking, BAM. Zoom throws up an error, I have to manually reconnect headphones. Every. 30. minutes.

Guess what kind of job role I have? Yup, it's "be on Zoom almost all day long."

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It's not your fault on some or even many of those

When even a stable supposed "blue chip" like PYPL can collapse in a matter of months, and it's a significant chunk of major ETFs, there's not much hope for stock pickers who don't take their gains and move on quickly

Look at IBD for what's "in" in small/mid cap growth stocks if you must. Their leaderboard takes into account the fundamentals and the technicals to determine overall strength. Most of them are fairly off the beaten track and won't be shorted or manipulated to death, or at least not as much as, say, SOFI. If IBD takes it off their list, it's probably lost the 200 day moving average or something else, and the play may be over (scoff at technicals if you must, but the worst days for the market occur below that technical level and stocks follow suit)

Here's a few growth stocks you'll never hear about but are strong GARP (growth at a reasonable price) plays that you can add and be fairly confident holding on to: ATKR JBL INMD HZNP THO BG ATEN PERI SMG COCO KLIC

Look at SPGP for more; it did beat the market last year. Some picks in it like TER, ZTS, and TROW did get obliterated, but they're strong, or SPGP will take them out to be replaced with others

If you've decided to move on from individual stocks (IMO this environment is tailor made to get stock pickers and traders to GTFO and not hold or else not keep any gains) look at the HEDGEFUNDIE strategy. r/letfs

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A big warehouse, inventory, staff, deals with suppliers and wholesalers. You will have a lot of overhead you need to account for.

Let’s look at your JBL speaker example. The product retails for $100 and local customers are happily paying $100 for it. You make a deal with a wholesaler with sells the same speaker to you for $75. You have $25 to spend on warehousing, staff, shipping materials, shipping expenses and profit. You could raise your price above $100, but then will people want to pay more to get it a week earlier. Not everyone will.

The pallet of product you purchased is going to cost you $25/month to store. The more you buy the more you might save on product costs, but it will cost you in storage. Labor, utilities, loss/shrinkage will all eat into your profits. Can you get a big enough audience to become profitable.

You could raise your prices above

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I am fully aware of that…. If there was a good retailer here where i could order a jbl speaker from. I don’t understand how people survive here with no big seller like amazone or anything. I just know this is a hole in the market waiting to be filled. If I don’t mediamarkt or saturn will. So i might as well be quick and try now that I still have the room

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Another picks n shovels play for apple is JBL - another great company that makes a lot of money. They make the cases for them.

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JBL going to open at $75 tomorrow

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JBL is the only one I’m interested in

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Once again, thank you very much. You lay out the concepts and rationale very well. I'll definitely check out JBL as well. I took a look at optionstrat today and it looks very useful in a lot of ways. I'll sign up and try it out.

Another question: You say you use optionstrat a lot after earnings. You mean for example the evening of the ER or the day after an AH earnings release? Is that to see how things might go at market open, or maybe to identity additional trades to open the next day?

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Selling puts on JBL at $55 strike for ~0.20/contract...singles and doubles are my game. Good luck to the big game hunters. Speaking of which...

...the premium on ADBE puts will be epic. You've gotta be either really smart or really stupid to sell options on that name after DOCU print.

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I've done both really, it depends on how cheap the options are at the beginning of the week. The 12/17 210p for FDX are only .28 right now, so I'll probably take half at open on Monday (FOMC Wednesday will likely cause VIX to rise) and then half on Wednesday at close so I can beat the IV spike.

I do also like JBL calls for Thursday as well. They just got a PT upgrade, so I'm expecting a beat. I was looking at ADBE as well, but I'll definitely straddle. I see ADBE as a solid company. Web traffic is still high, they've had solid ER beats on their last 3 ER, but if they're affected by people returning to work like DOCU was, then it could be bad. I am leaning towards calls though, but ADBE options are expensive right now, so I'll wait til Wednesday right at close.

When I straddle, I usually go 3/1 ratio towards the side I lean on. Example would be if I'm bullish, I'll straddle with $1500 in calls and $500 in puts. Max loss is 2k if stock stays still, but if it tanks, I'll break even at the very least.

I use TOS as well, but to calculate options and determine R/R, I usually use optionstrat. One of my favorite tools to obsess over right after earnings lol.

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Must have been. I checked a JBL speaker against Amazon and it was $15 less which was a lot on a $50 item

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Fr, second hand JBL stuff is fire when it can be found at yard sales and such

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I used to travel to Taiwan to manufacture bicycle frames. I was an employee at a top American bicycle company. What happens is that the manufacturer can often produce more units than the retailer orders. Once they gear up their factory for this manufacturing line they go full bore they don't wait for anyone's permission to make as many as they can. They are often end up with a ton of inventory. They can't sell it as the same name brand is what you ordered from them but they will sell it under another name and it's exactly the same product our bicycle frames retailed for $1,800 us. But the unbranded frames could be purchased for as low as $500 all day long they were exactly the same frame the only difference where the paint schemes and the decals. China is the largest manufacturer in the world I think they've probably learned something over the years. They can produce anything they want and most of the products you're talking about such as JBL are designed in the JBL offices but they're manufactured in China don't fool yourself these guys are really good at what they do.

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So there you go. No one “wants” a Toyota, they accept it. I’m still rocking my 2010 Venza as a 3rd vehicle. I get it. It will last forever because it is maintained. That shit is boring as hell though. V6 AWD? Still boring. Panoramic sunroof with JBL sound system? Still boring. I don’t enjoy driving it, I accept it when it’s the remaining option.

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$Jbl baby

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I decided to not push any buttons on my phone this week and let it ride. So far so good. GME JBL

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Just playing DWAC OCGN JBL and holding GME.

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Retards… JBL 60 10/15c (it mimics spy)

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JBL going to pop. Pick up some 60 10/15c

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JBL should rip today with new upgrades.

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JBL earnings play at EOM. They up 100% YTD.

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JBL and INDI

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well done, now take the money, dump it into JBL,SQN(Swissquote), ADSK, CSL and CROX. Enjoy

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There are a couple of ways you can do it organically and without spending a lot of money. Since you probably cater to a particular region, I will answer accordingly:

  1. Thinking about business searches: When a gadget breaks up and people want to fix it, they usually go on Google to get it fixed. So, you got to think about what people will search to find you and optimize your website for those terms. If you don't have a website, you can set up IG and FB pages focused on the same as well. But a website works the best in the long haul. Ranking site pages for most small locations isn't that tough. I have personally done it in 3-5 months.

  2. Thinking about problem searches: If my JBL speaker is not working right, I will probably run searches similar to 'how to fix JBL speaker'. Since these are potential customers for you, creating content for them in the form of blogs and videos can help you get leads. By optimizing this content for your location, you can further amplify your reach.

Bonus tip: You should totally focus on Google Maps to reach customers living in your area. Get a lot of reviews from your friends on it and you will easily rank for some local business searches.

Hit me up if you have more queries.

Good luck!

Sauce: I run an online marketing agency

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JBL and VRT are similar in nature and very solid companies worth researching. Good call out on this one, gonna do some DD

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Nah, that's not really true at all. His brand took headphones from a forgettable accessory to a must-have that's spawned innovation across the category. Premium headphones were an interest for audiophiles and DJs only, with brands like Sennheiser or Audio Technica providing a niche product for a specific community. Beats and Monster used the equity of Dre's name, created a cool factor (that they couldn't replicate with Lady Gaga's or Diddy's branded headphones), to push an entirely new consumer behavior forward. Brands with heritage in audio, like Sony, couldn't do that.

They took the luxury of a Bowers and Wilkins, or even Bose, and found a price point that was accessible and aspirational. They took a piece of tech that was historically a professional grade but unappealing accessory, and turned it into a statement piece.

"Same as everyone else" doesn't really apply when every brand copied the Beats playbook. When brands like Skullcandy tried making budget versions of it; when JBL has to develop a dozen SKUs just to try and compete.

Say what you will about the quality—they break, don't sound good, whatever—you probably won't be wrong. But Beats is a masterclass in marketing, which is what this conversation is entirely about. They didn't need to be the best, just better than the free headphones that used to come with our new iPhones.

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I love the idea of an ETF based around this

Not even a big fan of ETF's but I'm bullish on the industry for awhile

Consider adding JBL to your portfolio as well

https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/nxcxs1/jbl_dd_analysis/

The short term chip shortage may be coming to an end, but I don't think we've seen the last of chip shortages personally.

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I bought tesla when it was down around 570 back in march, I could have sold it at around 700 or so. I kept it. Bought more when it dipped to 550. Not because I believe in it, but it's fun to watch it go up and down.

I bought Ferroglobe (GSM) when it was 2.74 because it seemed a bit too down. #1 in silica and by-products that support battery and solar panel production. #2 was 25. Heavy debt they were paying off and depressed profits by the pandemic. They had a decent amount of cash to float them, a plan they developed, and worked things out. They are currently over 6, and they supply needs for solar energy.

I also bought into jabil (JBL). Used to work for em 10 years ago, so I knew what they do. They developed sanitizing robots, and their stock went from 42 in april to over 55 now.

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Well, it is on a 1-year uptrend. I would have to have really shit luck for it to turn the moment i jump in right? I like it, gonna check the balance sheets and may jump in.

By this logic, checkout Jabil ($JBL). They provide electronic manufacturing services for a ton of companies like Amazon and Apple being most notable ones. They have similar market cap (9bil) and have a footing in so many industries I don't see how they don't keep going up. They're on a 1yr steady uptrend that seems unstoppable. It feels like a slow moving train but i don't see it stopping

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Look up Bluetooth speakers on alibaba, you'll see theses T&G speakers that appear to look like JBL.

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My 4 year old JBL wifi speaker's battery stopped holding it's charge. New JBLs are about $170. Found some youtube videos on replacing the battery. $15 and two hours latter my old JBL is working fine with a new battery.

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$JBL stepping up on the earnings report.

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Corsair will not take over the gaming industry its a mid level quality producer that does not make a graphics card and the hardware it creates though good is not industry leading.

It's CPU coolers no longer even rate in the top 10. It's ram sets while still respectable do not lead the marker.

It's audio hardware:- headphones ware way to heavy and feel like you have a cement block on top of your head. The ear pieces are not ergonomic and cause discomfort during long play sessions. They are no where near the standards of Razer, Steel Series, JBL, turtle beach etc.. or Logitech. Their gamer gear is substandard. Their ICUE app which is their operating system is horrible clunky and constancy has hardware conflicts with with windows 10 in a number of areas and never runs 100% like a 1970's Volkswagen.

Hardware peripherals are ok but its audio hardware and peripherals suck to high heaven.

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as for streaming there are dozens of apps that do it quite well and do not cause OS conflicts like corsair does.

The only ES sports gaming schools you should be paying attention too is Korea,China and Japan.

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This looks like a pump and dump post to me.

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Whenever I see "Amazon of.." it's pretty easy to write off because clearly this person has no idea what Amazon actually does and what makes them valuable.

People only think of Amazon's consumer facing aspect of their business, Amazon.com, and that's a solid business, but it's hardly the reason Amazon is as successful as it is. There's a reason Etsy, Ebay, Shopify, and other online retailers aren't worth what Amazon is.

Amazon has the third largest ad business in the world.

Oh and they have AWS.

Amazon.com is impressive by itself, sure.

But to call something the "Amazon of..." just because they are an online retailer is like calling comparing JBL to Apple because they also make ear buds.

You're just missing a huge part of the picture.

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I have two 6 foot JBL speakers from when i used to live in a fraternity house, i will make this fucking bitch regret it

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Thinking about rebalancing my account, any suggestions?

BA-100 shares UAL-300 NCLH-1000 JBL-150 USO-300 U-50 ZNGA-500 RTX-160 BAC-20 AMC-600 GSAT-1400 SEHCF-5300

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We bought a $20k CPO 2010 Prius in 2014. Paid it off 2 years ago (1% interest). It still runs like new and is worth probably 7k. So 13k over 7 years, $155 a month with next to no maintenance required.

It’s not sexy but it has leather, JBL, Bluetooth, stability control, room for anything we need to do with it from driving across the continent to hauling drywall. At the end of the day it’s saved us mountains of money.

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jBL 55C might be free $$

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Proof of green is in my reply to my original. Positions (for the most part): ACLS, MAXR, BAC, JBL, QFIN, XHB, NCLH, SNDL, WAL, STWD, < losers WAL ,SNDL, are small and represent a sma fraction

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Proof of green is in my reply to my original. Positions (for the most part): ACLS, MAXR, BAC, JBL, QFIN, XHB, NCLH, SNDL, WAL, STWD, < losers WAL ,SNDL, are small and represent a smaller fraction

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Proof of green is in my reply to my original. Positions (for the most part): ACLS, MAXR, BAC, JBL, QFIN, XHB, NCLH, SNDL, WAL, STWD, < losers WAL ,SNDL, are small and represent a sma fraction

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ACLS, MAXR, BAC, JBL, QFIN, XHB, NCLH, SNDL, WAL, STWD,

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How does Baba even make money? They sell hot trash. Slightly better than stuff on Wish.

Tried to find JBL speakers and all I found were cases.......

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I own a JBL speaker. That’s my retarded DD

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Bout to pull up to every function like JBL from WWE when GME hits 100K

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I should have done that but now I just have too many things already. Got bose for plane/bus/conferences Got powerbeats for running/cycling Got alexa and jbl speakers for music and hands free Also my computer has a pretty good mic and speakers so most of the time I don't even use an kind of headset

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I meant on MU, not JBL

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JBL puts...I’m in the semiconductor industry and this chip shortage is for real.

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JBL: I worked for them. They have a great past, present, and future. Long term. Also, disinfecting robots, healthcare, coca-cola, huggies wipe boxes, and many other things used daily. 44/share

VOD: the #2 cell provider, getting set to bring europe to the 20's with cell towers and systems. And they arent some flash company. 18/share

GSM: they provide silicates, and silicone stuff to telecom, automotives, etc. 3.20/share.

I just like them... alot. Havent changed my stance.

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New to the game. Anyone have thoughts on JBL?

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Remember the wrestler JBL? I hated that fucker

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> JBL

most people using facemasks alr have facemasks tho. Mask manufacturers were the play last year.

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Hello all. I'm actually pretty retarded, and I'm not a professional investor. However, I thought I would share some reasons why I am bullish for $JBL/Jabil (and some info for the 🌈🐻 's too).

🐂📈 Reasons

  1. I like this stock.
  2. Stonks only go up.
  3. FMR, LLC (Fidelity) recently scooped up $30,000,000 in shares. Now owning 15% of shares. That is some pretty strong support.
  4. Earnings. Their next earnings report is expected 3/12, only 3 weeks away. Last earnings were a slam-dunk. They made record amounts of money this quarter, and partly into the next earnings they are very forward looking in their statements.
  5. FDA clearance...For facemasks. Yes, probably not the biggest news, but still good news. With masks being federally mandated, seems like they can make more tendies from this.
  6. One of their subsidiaries is medical device company, NP Medical, Inc. Food for thought.

&#x200B;

🌈🐻 Reasons.

  1. The market is volatile as hell. It makes me pee my pants sometimes.
  2. Some people don't like the stock.
  3. It seems shares are mostly owned by institutions. This may not be good for the little guys.
  4. Blackrock and Vanguard recently sold a couple million in their shares. Could be taking profit, could be a bad sign. Too early to tell.

I'm trying to be less retarded so my wife will spend less time with her boyfriend and more time with me, so if you have any input I would like to hear it. Thanks for attending my ted talk.

I bought some calls with play money and am riding to earnings.

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Hi everybody! I’m new to this section of Reddit, my name is Jay and I own a power washing company based in Rhode Island. -JBL Power Washing -Serving RI & MA -Website: www.jblpowerwashing.com This coming May will mark 1 year in business, I’m 23 years old and a senior in college so I am very proud of the business I built from the ground up. Best of luck to all fellow small business owners or soon to be owners!

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Yo is this jbl

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Go to Costco. They got a Bose wireless for 100-150. Maybe a JBL too.

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This is true, but all over the world. Know the headphones from JBL? They are a sub-brand of German car-part manufacturer Harman. And Harman are fully owned by Samsung.

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For the record, this is why everyone should be careful using manufacturers in China without having a professional team go through a vetting process onsite or give you access to an already audited supply chain. We work with hundreds of suppliers that contract with major brands (Nike, Adidas, Coleman, etc...) and those suppliers definitely aren’t selling direct to consumer.

I’m not aware of any suppliers here that both manufacture and wholesale on behalf of the client, so if they are not a licensed distributor, and you should be able to back channel this with JBL, they are either selling a fake product, or pushing real product out the back door without the customer’s (JBL) knowledge. Both activities are still quite common, although thankfully not as common as 10 or 20 years ago because China continues to mature as a market.

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Yeah I'd be suspicious of anything with a name brand on alibaba unless you can verify with JBL that they are a licensed distributor. Otherwise you'd be buying and I'm assuming, potentially selling, knock-offs.

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