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The Kroger Co.

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Woof & kr

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I don’t think they will go away. Doesn’t mean I want to invest in them though. Certainly not at current valuations. I think I bought KR at like $21 and sold it at $34-36? when everyone got hyped on it during the pandemic. Just seeing now it’s at 22x earnings. Hard pass at that valuation. I like this business when free cash flow yield is high - else not.

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Kroger brand’s are legit though. Hoping to buy more KR if the market crashes enough.

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Calls on KR, went a few weeks out to play it safe

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Yahoo Finance says 2.5% for KR and 1.9% for ACI.

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So I bought an odd list today. I bought a little KR, DTE, UWMC, WMT, KO, DIS, GPS, and GME. All companies where I am a customer. Using this strategy has generally worked for me, and it changes over time. Invest where I spend. I was in mostly big tech for a long time, but no more for now.

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Thought about it this morning but stuck with COST for next week for the earnings IV

KR is a good one on red days though.

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Anyone looking at KR calls?

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I bought shares of Kroger ($KR) and Tyson ($TSN) in 2/2020 based entirely on 4/5 star ratings from CFRA and Morningstar. Both stocks have performed well since then.

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Absolutely not. No Blockchain functions effectively as currency. Everyone prominent hyping it is just using jt to extract wealth from a class of the gullible.

If you think it's so sound, you should do yourself the favor of seeking out and reading critical things on crypto / Blockchain.

I think, maybe as a bi product of politics, that people are too prone to living in a bubble.

Before making an investment kr business decision, do the due diligence to read the pros and the cons. The things that are critical and point out flaws especially, and with an open mind.

Just because we want to believe something doesn't mean it's true, and its irresponsible to ignore such data and analysis.

Imo, based on everything I've read both pro and critical, crypto / Blockchain doesn't achieve anything our current financial system can't provide, and it acts as a greater fools scheme. Primarily.its incredibly easy to manipulate and functions to allow the wealthy to extract wealth from the gullible and the poor.

Imo.

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KR calls at open boys.

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Everything is getting smoked, I've been thinking of selling my value/defensive names like KO, XOM, VLO, IP, several REITS etc to buy growth names trading at lower PEs but it's nice to have the dividends coming AND I bought most of those at multi-year lows, for now. I did sell KR and bought some MSFT, AMD etc but I'm also debating this question. I'm still DCAing into my tech/growth funds but considering doing more.

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That is how retail works. It is low margin business but huge top line. That is the reason everyone offers their own CC. Even though it is low margin business, earnings are suppose to be durable like KR.

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Retail snapshot (retailmageddon version):

|Ticker|P/E (ttm)|P/E (fwd)|RSI (14)| |:-|:-|:-|:-| |TGT|11.46|11.05|18.75| |WMT|26.3|18.13|21.97| |COST|34.62|29.88|22.69| |KR|21.98|12.10|25.90| |TJX|22.31|18.82|52.22| |HD|17.36|17.75|43.78| |LOW|15.37|13.83|41.23| |KSS|6.72|6.03|27.03| |BBY|7.68|8.40|37.43| |AVERAGE|18.2|15.11|32.33|

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Welp. . . $KR hasn't suffered this fate yet so it might be worth losing my money doing this play :^)

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All my brick n mortar retail holdings are getting whacked after a massive run up over the last two years - WMT, TGT, COST, KR. Been holding them with buys at various points from the early to mid 2010s and they were chugging along with the broader market until the pandemic hit and the results of their massive investments in technology and shipping started showing up on their revenue and profit growth. Analysts started getting comfortable with higher multiples and the shareprice went sort of parabolic (except for WMT) and it didn't make sense to me how they could be acting like a FAANG stock. I guess it's time for reversion to the mean once this repricing and rerating sets in

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KR be dippin smh

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Here's how I'm feeling about TGT ER tomorrow. TLDR; this isn't the best I've ever felt going into an ER, but it could be worse.

TGT's valuation is still good

TGT's P/E is still significantly lower than its peers with a ttm P/E of around 15.5 & a fwd P/E of around 14. It's peers on average are around the 20 fwd P/E ballpark.

TGT's still the most reasonably valued out of the retail juggernauts.

I doubt TGT downgrades like WMT did

At least not yet. Last quarter, TGT maintained that they'd see solid growth this year, but were banking on it coming more in Q3 & Q4. I really doubt they downgrade the outlook yet unless its looking like Q3 & Q4 are going to take a pummeling. But I doubt they'll decide on that until the Q2 report.

I'm guessing they maintain that they're going to see strong growth later this year. Which brings me to my next point

TGT & WMT serve different demographics

I'm not entirely convinced that inflation changing WMT shopper's behavior will mirror in TGT's report (but it definitely could). It's not a secret that WMT & TGT target slightly different demographics.

DISCLAIMER FOR THE BELOW: it's really hard to find data on average income of a WMT/TGT shopper without buying it from somewhere like https://retailiq.kantar.com/ or https://www.numerator.com/ (which is very not cheap) and even at that, a lot of the data is contradicting.

But I did find some shit on it and while there's some data that's contradicting between sources, there's some clear patterns that you can see that seem to track pretty well with the theory of WMT & TGT having different demographics.

What I found

TGT:

  • Average shopper income is ballpark $65k/yr
  • Somewhere around 25% of customer base pulls in $100k+/yr
  • Around 60% of customer base pulls in around $50k+/yr
  • Customer demographics are pretty damn similar to COST shoppers

WMT:

  • Average shopper income is ballpark $53k/yr
  • Has a lower rate of $100k+ shoppers than TGT*
    • This is hard to find actual consistent data on. There was one article that said that 30% of WMT's customer base have an income of $100k+ but in that same article it also says that between 40-50% of TGT (& COST) shoppers have an income of $100k+ which contradicts the above 25% number
  • Has the highest percentage of $25-50k/yr shoppers between major retailers
    • Typically compared to COST, TGT, KR, DG, & AMZN
  • Has the lowest percentage of $75k+/yr shoppers between major retailers
    • Typically compared to COST, TGT, KR, DG, & AMZN

This is also reflected in just how TGT prices a lot of their items. Most TGT products are viewed as "more premium" than a lot of other store brands and are generally priced higher than most of WMT's in-house products.

So why are you talking about things that are pretty much already known?

Well, I think it's important to make data driven decisions instead of basing them on perception when I can. Especially when I'm saying that TGT shoppers seem like they're more setup to be resistant to inflation causing them to change their shopping behavior.

Is it possible that TGT has a similar outlook as WMT for the rest of the year? Yes, it is. But, we're not seeing everyone's customers change shopping habits. I mean look at HD's ER. They just increased their outlook.

In Conclusion

Just because WMT shit the bed doesn't mean that TGT, COST, etc will. It's definitely possible, but not a given. TGT's downside is pretty minimal here, imo. It's already beaten down & reasonably valued, so even if Q1 is kinda "meh", we probably won't see it take a dicking like WMT is currently.

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Sources for retail data:

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Could you imagine going back to the days where ma and pa owned the department stores (WMT), pharmacies (WBA), and grocers (KR)???

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Interesting choice, lumping KR in that crowd

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Who said they will? Perhaps TDOC, PLTR, KR, AMD will lead the way

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I would reset your expectations. Jersey City and Brooklyn are basically the same, so if you think there's more things to do in Brooklyn, you will likely be disappointed. This depends on which part of each city you live in of course, but there plenty of nightlife in Jersey City near Newport, Exchange Place and Journal Square.

I'm not sure why you feel isolated, you can take the path, ferry kr bus into NYC whenever you want.

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Absolutely, but it's still a risk that there isn't another "great depression". It's always possible and it would be unwise to think it can never happen again. Also what makes it hard is, although for someone not close to retirement age it's easy to say oh a recession it's a fire sale, invest more! But for someone who has to live off the money for who knows how long kr bad it will get, it gets more risky. Especially if someone doesn't have an adequate amount saved in the first place.

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CPB +13%

KR +20%

WMK +22%

Food stores/food can do very well during inflation periods

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KR / GIS

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GME? AMC? PLTR?

Wtf are you guys talking about?

I thought the stock market was all about XOM, KO, PEP, KR, and WM?

Are y'all not winning?

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I was looking at grocery stores this time last year thinking they'd be a good buy. I went with Albertson's. Looks like Kroger has gone up in the last year about as much as Albertson's has. I'd have made money either way.

KR is up about 40% YoY and Alberston's is up 50%. It's one of my few bright spots.

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$KR

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You are in a city where being a landlord is much more difficult than other places. It's not just an easy calculation. Understanding the current landlord situation in Seattle with our happy city council is more important than just whether it's worth renting kr selling.

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Sprouts, it’s an interesting one!? I live in Long Beach, CA surrounded by 4 locations all within 10miles or less, have shopped there maybe 4/5 times I can think of long time ago.

My take on SFM if that as inflation rises, spending get tighter and paying for specialty items, high-priced items is discouraging when just down the block is a Grocery Outlet (GO) store, one of my favorites, with much better prices saving you a few dollars, but at times items are a hit and miss but then I just hop over to a KR or a Trader Joes (if only public). I know that’s also largely demographic and there are those that will continue to go there. Hit and miss on earnings, but I feel like the second half of the year will be very challenging. That’s my take.

I do like that are public, it’s on my ‘maybe wishlist’

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Some of my holdings like BRK.B, KR, XOM, and OC are up YTD (for now).

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KR is a gem

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Yea. My best performing stocks YTD have been the ones not mentioned on reddit. COP and KR being two of them.

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I’m long KR and continue to buy on the pullbacks. When Rodney says that there’s likely more pain to come, that means higher prices on shelves.

“Feed the poor and get rich or feed the rich and get poor.”

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I work in transportation, if you can buy undervalued food brands and grocery chains. They will benefit the most from inflation KR, KHC

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I bet against kr a month or so back.. didn't pan out, best of luck with your long it will most likely pan out for you.

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Because value stocks are about to pop. $UNH $COST $ABBN $JNJ $OXY $XOM $KR $PG are all overbought. Great time to buy $AMZN $GOOG $MFST $AAPL $TSLA and $FB though. Might even be a good time to dabble in my step momma's stocks. It's worth nibbling at $SQ $SHOP $TWLO $U and if you are real risk adverse $PATH $COIN $CRSP and $NTLA. Avoid her fund $ARKK like the plague though. She can't manage stocks.

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Up about 80% - thanks KR

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Index funds make up 85-90% of my overall portfolio. I don’t buy unprofitable, cash-burning, and/or overvalued companies. I carefully research said company and perform a DCF with reasonable assumptions; I don’t clone either.

My main focus is always my 401(k), Roth IRA (I hold SWTSX and VXUS in there), and DCA VTI/VXUS in a taxable account. I’m essentially treating individual stocks as a passion project since I like to analyze companies and could tolerate if there is a drawdown. Right now, some of my individual stocks have been holding up well during this market (CVS, XOM, KR, BRK.B).

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I've been holding positions in KR bought between massive corrections in 2017 and 2018 when Amazon buying whole foods crushed grocery stocks and the share price has been in the dumps every post earnings season during that time. PEs were in the low 10s the whole time with very low margins and debt was racking up owing to investments in technology and acquisitions like Homechef and investments into robotic automation

No one cared about Kroger stock until recently when the share price spiked up post 2020 pandemic. There's even more trend following after the sharp run up this year due to inflation trends and major retailers like Kroger able to raise prices and use scaling efficiencies to maintain margins and increase revenue. So now that everyone is paying attention to a once ignored sector and treating it like the next growth opportunity, I'm pretty sure the current expectations are priced in, the share price will stagnate for a while and consolidate before the market reevaluates growth prospects to figure out what the shareprice should be.

So Hold.

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I bought KR and LOW at the beginning of the pandemic. I have traded KR 3 times, the last time buying it back at $30something. It is a good company and innovating but the margin on food is weak, always has been. I have a limit sell order for $65 on my shares. I think $75 is wishful thinking.

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I like KR. It also seems to stay flat or go a little green when the rest of the S&P is red.

But be careful with disclosing insider trading buddy! ;)

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I like KR. I’m glad I bought decently in the $38-$40 range.

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take a look at KR too. Theyve expanded into more retail than just grocery so closer to target but good growth and consistently growing dividend

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Top individual holdings: BRK.B, CVS, AAPL, KR, ORCL.

Note: MSFT and KLAC are on my watchlist

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AAPL

AXP

KR

TGT

ABBV

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I completely agree. I hate KR too. But I generally don’t fight these things, just try to ignore them.

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I don't know what's popular but I've been buying COF, SBUX, GOOG, ZG, BLK, JPM, WMT, TSLA, SPACE, DIS, SQ, V, aapl, nke, dfs, Sony, fb, mcd, brk, crsp, edit, bac, zm, kr, wen, Wynn, ua, uber, vz

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thinking the same, sas is a drop the moment it goes close to 2 kr

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CNBC ran a story pumping Krogers and other grocery stores by claiming demand for food is inelastic. Indeed KR hit the all time highs.

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Close to 52 week high, staunch competition in the grocer space with KR, WMT, SFM, and a few others, uncertainty around consumer spending in the post COVID-19 economy, and previous reports of union organization? It’s a bold and ballsy bet. I hope you and I aren’t buying calls at the top. I’ve lost a lot betting with the retail dinosaurs, but I’ll pay a few Gs to see what’s behind the door with you.

Positions. Either sushi or eating the diseased, raw Koi fish out of the community pond.

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While KR did well and the stock price reflected that in the short term, I am not sure ACI goes upwards all that much. Increasing prices and any feedback/concerns relating to supply chain are going to spook investors. Passing the costs of inflation onto the consumer is a space like this can really bite the share price on the butt. ACI strikes me like one of those dinosaur companies that isn’t going to go blow for blow in a pricing war against places like SFM, KR, WMT, TGT, and a few others.

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no idea. I'll look at it at 10am and see if I have a better idea then. If KR is up again, get Puts. I prefer to play SPY though.

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$KR

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I have 6 figures to play around with. what should I do? Long WMT, KR, and COST?

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Riding my slew of KR 4/14 $62c, 4/14 $65c, 5/20 $65c, 5/20 $70c straight to tendie town.

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Put $1000 onto KR stock

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KR 5/20 $65 and $75 call checking in for duty sir

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My October KR call already printing at least lol

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It’s still on the lower side of the 52 week price. Compare TGT with COST WMT BJ KR etc

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Puts on KR, hit 52 week high today, way overbought. Calls on SPY

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You didnt try looking at similar stocks such as KR, COST, WMT, DG, DLTR, and see TGT was the only one left behind and not load the boat. Instead you shorted it and bought puts lmao.

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That explains why KR, COST, WMT, DG, TGT, DLTR have been rallying so much last couple weeks.

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Tech is dead, COST and KR are the future! 😂😂😂

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KR is a really good food price play

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Puts on KR The hedgehogs raised the price target, which means that they gonna short it or dump a shit ton of shares into the market.

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Drop that ticker. I’m bullish on KR and that’s double their PE.

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KR was up today about 2%. This stock always seems to be green when S&P is red.

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I’m down 0.69%, so I guess I am beating the market. I own a lot of boring stocks (VZ, BRK.B, KR, WMT, KHC, etc.) in addition to growth stocks. I did a little rebalancing at the bottom so I didn’t own too much ketchup going into the rally. Beating the market, still not positive. Not great.

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I am; I have a portfolio made almost entirely on blue-chip dividend growth stocks, spread across ~34 positions in 6-7 sectors. Currently up about 3% in the past 3 months, 12% in the past 6 months. Beating all 3 indexes.

Positions are: $A, $AAPL, $ABBV, $AFL, $ALL, $AVGO, $CLX, $CVX, $ENB, $EPD, $FLO, $HII, $JNJ, $KMB, $KO, $KR, $LMT, $LOW, $MAIN, $MDT, $MO, $MRK, $MS, $MSFT, $O, $OKE, $PEP, $PFE, $PG, $STAG, $T, $TGT, $TROW, and $XOM

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I bought a ton of the COST and KR for my Roth about 5 years ago. I should have done that with my account I fuck up everyday.

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I'm up 1k% on KR puts and calls

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Kroger (KR) is another good defensive stock. It 1/10th the price of $COST

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KR calls a few months out a decent play with increased produce costs coming around ?

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$60 call leaps on KR

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To name a few.. AXP HD KR PEP PG UPS. Spreads aren’t great but I can usually get fills at the midpoint. I risk about $1000/trade with a tight stop.

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Icahn says $KR turned blind eye to human and animal suffering

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I'm not a fan of down-voting and bolting. I'd rather give you constructive feedback.

I think what they meant was that the OKR model has a risk of developing vanity metrics. Basically, unless you have some sort of existing data and a cohesive strategy to work from, KRs risk becoming arbitrarily defined (and this particularly is the case for early stage startups). The risk here is meeting the OKR may not necessarily be aligned with company vision nor offer any long term strategic value for the company, so attempting to do these may become moot. Typically when that happens, you start seeing employees scratching their heads asking "why are we doing this?" or saying "this is dumb".

Perhaps writing KR goals as SMART goals helps, and you have sort of outlined that in your blog post, but some of the examples don't really reflect this. Having them align to strategy and being meaningful outcomes is more important. I often see this in business models with sales heavy KPIs as opposed to business growth.

One of the other dangers of simply relying on OKRs/KPIs alone is they encourage people to take shortcuts to meet KRs and consequently meeting Os. The Dollarmites scandal was a lovely example of this.

Don't get me wrong, OKR looks like a useful tool. Basically it encourages breaking down an objective into a mini-project with milestones to work towards. But like any tool, it's all about how you use the tool to make it effective. It does come off as very geared towards sales roles.

If I had to give feedback on this, it would have be an expansion on details about the assessment scale in the your reflection template. It briefly goes to measure performance from a 0.0-1.0, but left this arbitrary if the user hasn't pre-defined what the metric meant. It's really important that the metric scale is defined beforehand, otherwise it risks developing vanity metrics or really skewed data analytics.

I would suggest including how it would be aligned to company strategy and vision as a whole. This would be more meaningful to entrepreneurs.

I would also suggest including checkpoints for revision or alteration of KPs based on new information or feedback (taking aspects from iterative design, Lean or Agile), and this can introduce adaptiveness to your tool.

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Honestly this sounds like an income problem/ high cost of living area problem. Where do you live and how much do you make?

Someone who makes $30k likely won't be able to buy a house or fire even if they are best free because they simply don't have enough cash flow to build that. Similarly, someone making $200k won't be able to fire or buy a house if they live in an area where an apartment cost $5k a month, they have 3 kids, a stay at home husband/wife, two cars at $700 a month. Go on vacation three times a year etc etc. I know it's not a perfect analogy because you are debt free. But my point is that if you can't cash flow and then some your not able to fire. It's either an income problem kr a spending problem, it's always one of those two factors.

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My guess someone is very long KR and short XRT. KR is more of a defensive name.

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Bro I just saw Putin at the local $KR and he was talking on is $AAPL device wearing his $AADDY tracksuit. What a crazy dude. Puts ON $KR $AAPL $AADDY

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Yah I know, but I’m not holding KR. I need Chipotle to step it up.

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Apes are fine as long as there right its only when there wrong and dont accept it when it becomes a problem when they shit on bears and actually have options kr an absurd bullshit amount of shares its funny when its that but also when at a 20 percent drop it just becomes annoying

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> PEP vs KO

These are such a popular inflation play that you needed to rotate to these months ago if you wanted to go this way. If you really want one, flip a coin. But they're already so far up, you're not really ahead compared to something that might go down a bit in a recession. This is something you buy when you think the market is not fully pricing in inflation yet, eg, when it is still uncertain.

> HD vs LOW

LOW has lower P/E, better growth, slightly better financial health, and they both did a good job managing inventory last year to avoid supply chain problems. That said, it is a bit late, they might both be a little overpriced, though not as bad as the sodas.

> COST vs WMT

COST is a great company doing well, and everybody knows it already pushed the stock price up. WMT is bloated, expensive, and has uncertain headwinds. Between the two... I'd buy KR instead. You're way late, but it is still a better deal.

> JNJ, PG

I wouldn't touch pharma right now. There is a lot of market uncertainty, these are already high priced, and few surprises would benefit them.

My recession dividend picks:

JOAN: If a night out is too expensive, maybe just stay home and do some quilting? (I own this stock)💡

WHR: This is already a great stock with low P/E. Normally it would be hurt in a recession. But if we have a "recession" it will be one where middle and upper class wage growth is solid and unemployment remains low. And the housing market will still be tight. So I think this will just keep going. And when the war is over, there is going to be billions of dollars in development aid helping half of Ukraine buy new appliances. (I do not yet own this stock)👼

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Thanks again squad.
$KR calls end of year.
$ERIC $ICL $VEON
are my 4 plays of the week

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if we are talking food profits, $KR would be one to eye

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I'm not ok. I really gotta figure my shit out bruh. Also. Probs a good idea to get into long calls on KR and ACI big moves coming this summer.

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I dunno. I’m not a big commodities guy. Based on my general knowledge though I’d say some mean reversion is the most likely scenario unless there’s a specific catalyst.

Most commodities haven’t actually moved much in the last year anyway. Like precious metals are flat to slightly down. The only big moves were in oil/gas and a few food staples like corn and wheat. Those will likely mean revert and once again catch retail holding the bag for the institutions. Oil has already shown weakness and there’s big push to increase supply from Saudi, Canadian and us sources. The pivot would probably keep price per barrel in the 100-120 range but increase profits for those oil producers and refiners drastically. They’ve already had a huge run up for the last year though so wouldn’t expect much more in the short term. Some gems maybe like Dino formerly hfc that are trading at low pe still and haven’t had the big run up like oxy would be the best place to look for opportunity related to oil/gas.

As for wheat/corn I’d say that’s already played out too. Better off looking at the next step in the supply chain that’s related. Stuff like KR, pep and khc maybe? Will likely have their products, cash flows and market caps all move by ratio up to reflect the increased pricing of the corn and wheat. Khc would be my pick as it has the Buffett factor and going from 45 trailing pe to 14 forward pe while being flat for price per share movement in the last year.

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Just bought dash puts and kr puts. Fingas crossed.

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Right now? Kr and Dash.

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calls on KR

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BRK.B, CVS, AAPL, KR, ORCL, DELL, OC, BABA, XOM

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Bought KR 59c 3/25 cause it looked like it was going to go up, turns out it didn’t

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I've been with TD Ameritrade since 2020, when I invested a small amount. Here's what I have now:

DVN 59.51%

SAVE 21.95%

SPLG 13.06%

KR 2.89%

AGYS 1.99%

SDC 0.27%

CTXR 0.16%

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IV is too high and in a bear market to be running PMCC, especially for the type of stocks that your planning to run it on. Your going to be underwater on all the stocks that you just listed. The only stocks worth running any kind of covered call or calander spread is stocks like KR, FCX, Fed Ex/UPS, Fertilizer stocks(on a good dip).

Basically you want stocks with good fundamentals but have monopoly pricing power or stocks that deal with food/agricultural.

All the stocks that you listed wont do well for the next couple of years. Too many factors against them. You want to rotate into value with the characteristics I just listed.

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$KR gap fill to 59 and 62.5

Balls deep in 60c for 0.05 a pop

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I’ll tell you mine, baba, bidu, intc, Brk.b and kr. Two out 5 doing great, I’m sure you can guess which two.

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Cool ya its weird how if you say anything that could be remotely good about anyone people think you're following them like some sort of guru or superhero. Like people are scared kr Joe Rogan becoming like rhe bow toting psychedelic shaman to the masses and start his own militarized religion of peace or something.

Yea I'm sure he has an ego. Id take his brand of narcissism over bill gates' more machevilan brand, but really he's not my God or my guru or my superhero.

Can you tell me how to fit in better? Should I invest energy into hatiing him is that thencall these days?

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WMT KR type companies hold up well only because they increase prices every day and demand is there because people have to eat.

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I think bout it all the time. Just if I bought amd kr ford or anything. I need to quit options

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