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No, that was under the old socialist regimes. It's fundamentally a libertarian system over there in the most extreme sense of the the idea: government exists so individuals in government can get rich, money being the highest good Ayn Rand type of stuff. It also means that the regular entrepreneur is seeking his/her own best interests, which makes some people there good trading partners. You just have to find those individuals. The regular Indian person does not want subpar products: many have studies and worked outside of Indian and won't accept crap anymore. Most of my cousins there work for large western brands like L'Oreal and H&M.

IMO, it's better than doing business in China because as the middle class grows, the local economy can't keep up with their need for consumption. China tried to re-create all imported items. India doesn't have that level of central planning so they can't do that. There's a LOT of low-hanging fruit.

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I love my AR and M&P 40 cal, wouldn’t dream to pull it out on anyone unless it’s a B&E in my house. Folks who do shit like this asshole in Texas should be hung in public

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I know I shouldnt but imma eat a whole bag of peanut butter M&Ms later 🤷‍♂️

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I currently live in Europe and that's what all jeans cost anywhere but H&M. But yeah its prob too costly for the average family, my bad.

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Observing M and LULU

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JWN & TJX beating earnings has me hoping M gonna beam them too. It’s all about the price taggggg

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M got a nice pump AH, BOOT actually did really well for ER, but market tanked everything.

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They’re an m&a target now so not the dumbest idea

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Got m $17 27s didn’t stop to wonder they expire at the end of the 27th right

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$M 17p 5/27, any opinions?

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MVIS looks like it could pop off

Company put out a filing suggesting potential M&A

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Puts are literally free money in this market

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o m g p l z

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if M doesn't dump, that would be truly regarded

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Puts on URBN, M, XRT, and BKE calls on EWZ and RIVN.

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Naw, made a pretty shapely M. Now we can go down again.

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People that bought puts on M and other retail brands this morning, well are yah winning Son?

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When he says ‘sub’ - is that a S&M reference - cause that kind of talk will likely get him fired

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Calls on H&M and Ross

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They have 11.7%. The rule isn’t about organic growth - which I didn’t mention in my post above, but applies to M&A.

For comparison JPMorgan Chase at 16%, BofA at 15%. Next highest is Citi at 5.6%.

But you can see how large Wells + Citi would be.

After Citi they get much smaller… US Bank is number 5 and only 3.4%

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the equity? bruh, it's M. it literally shows it in the screenshot lmao

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LOL bro look at M!!! 😂

How are those calls doing?! Let's see that porn!

Positions or ban!

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>April New Home Sales: -16.6% M/M to 591K vs 750K expected and 709K prior (revised from 763K). On Y/Y basis, new home sales dropped 26.9% in April.

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It suppresses true price discovery, usually causing the wild swings, just at a later date. It allows large firms and banks to make massive trades without affecting current price, which the general public doesn't find out about until much later, when you see the swing. Dark pools allow high net worth investors to front-run all other investors, by exploiting a dual-ledger system that is inaccessible to most.

I agree, in some situations it makes sense (mostly M&A). However, there's no reason retail orders should be internalized and/or routed through dark pools. This gives MMs unfair pricing controls over our "free" market, especially when choosing how buy/sell volume hits lit exchanges and is reported (reflected in price). This mechanism is what allows them to control max pain and manipulate derivatives movements to their benefit.

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And yesterday I Fell asleep instead of buying more puts at close (living in Germany so 10pm). Mfer

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This is no longer a market. This is just some kinky S&M shit and Bers r our masters.

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All the stuff they sell in the B&M people just buy online

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Who’s buying M puts?? I’m thinking about it, after my 18p printing on ANF

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I absolutely agree with. At the moment I only go short. But today looks like a big bear trap . And I m waiting for the big fake pump so I can buy cheap puts

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Wells Fargo!

A M A Z E B A L L S

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M

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*pets(.)co(m)

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I 'm going to have to call the plug. It's a bloodbath.

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Oh, fckin stupid you say?

How about this 392 sqft studio for $1 M? https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/288-Pacific-Ave-%232E-San-Francisco-CA-94111/303806993_zpid/

Don't forget to also purchase a parking spot, which can be yours for just an extra $90,000! https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/88-Townsend-St-San-Francisco-CA-94107/2079938674_zpid/

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D A M P

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I was today years old when I find out about Ken M.

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https://dataroma.com/m/ins/ins.php?t=y&&sym=SNAP&o=fd&d=d

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600 m maus

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Come on H&M, do a crime.

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I 'm not an economist. I this shower thought. Economy seems to be a young science and is a bit different from let's say medicine, where you can just open dead bodies and look inside. For a long time, economy had a "natural" evolution, in the sense that we didn't really grasp the whole thing. As I understand, most modern economic science developed during 20th century, with Keynes, Hayek, Friedman. There is "post modern" economics also like khannan, piketty, Fama, Schiller, Stiglitz, etc. I think we barely grasp what is the best economic policy for equality and full human development, if this matters at all to you. Economic policies are tools that needs development like computers, drugs and bridges. I think at some point in the future, we will replace the current system. Anyway different countries already had many evolution in their economic system. There is no pure capitalism or whatever. Evolution of economic systems seems inevitable. But in the end, it's alway a societal choice, a social construction, political choices.

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I’ve been following Luckin’ since they raised their first round, and watched their development (in-person) as they rolled up. It’s not worth $2.5 billion IMO. Luckin’s competition is not Starbucks. This is like calling Chevy and Rolls Royce competitors. They both sell a similar product but they are in very different segments. Luckin’s competition is Family Mart, 7-11, Manner Coffee, Tim Horton’s, M Stand, Hey Tea, etc. They are selling a commodity product in a crowded market. As a private business, I think it has potential. They have a strong IT platform which has always been their advantage. I’m just saying there are better bets than a Chinese company with a sketchy past selling in a highly competitive commodity market. The China narrative is always intentionally made cloudy for foreign investors. Just my opinion though.

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M O A S S

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Any of you live in San Diego and looking to start working at a M&A fund ?

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Any of you apes live in San Diego and looking for a M&A job ?

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An actual Marine would know he wouldn’t have to reenlist he would be reactivated and would never spell Marine with a lower case M

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What is BARRONS smoking?

Best Buy’s Earnings Will Show if Retailer’s Winning Streak Continues

https://finance.yahoo.com/m/ca733117-89af-3220-b6d7-07dcba9602fb/best-buy%E2%80%99s-earnings-will-show.html?.tsrc=rss

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It's against my shares (like I said, it's a hedge). Tgt and wmt were trading at much higher valuations than m currently is. I think it's been beaten down beyond justification, so I'm comfortable holding, but if they shit the bed, I'm prepared to cut it.

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M?

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Took a small position in $M puts. Then added some. Then added some again. Then added some again. This may go horribly wrong.

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I had a 0% interest car payment for 5 years… the only reason my credit score stayed good. I payed it off and was debt free for a year then did a credit check - it tanked hard. Now I always have a little something for m paying for… but only ever 1 thing… and it has to be no higher than 1.5% interest.

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I m just a gambling..🤣

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Any excuse to remove pro- G M E posts!!!

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In the US, it sound m should be the same. They go by percentage of income. The only difference is if your local taxes have any minimums set. That would get resolved in your tax return. Benefits (if offered) can require minimum contributions as well.

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Wen ~~L~~oopings ~~I~~mmutableX ~~G~~ameStop ~~M~~icrosoft ~~A~~pple

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I don’t know either but what I understood is that

Banks park money overnight.

Morning they get back money plus the interest by FED.

(Did FED “create” money to pay interest ? I don’t understand this point. )

Now there is even more money in system.

More money means inflation ?

(I don’t think that 0.08pct is significant interest or creates noticeable excess money supply, even on 2T)

I think it just goes on to show that compared to other places it is better to take 0.08 from FED and that other investment avenues will give even lesser return, maybe -ve also.

This could mean that money is being taken away from riskier investments like - making money from short positions (as G M E cultists put it)

Or taking away from “growth” stocks like <any WSB recommendation >

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Over 1100 people browsing the top G M E DD but sure, no one cares about G M E anymore

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M pattern starting to form calls on McDonald's

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Got some M, BBY and WOOF puts for this week. Wish me I luck

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Because that was the consensus before the sneeze. If it's still just a dying b&m what is it worth?

If you see the value of their wallet and future marketplace, then you'd come to the consensus that they are extremely undervalued at their current market cap.

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i;m a bull right now not because im trying to profit, im just trying to break even from my heavy losses last week

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Don’t let the algos find out though. CALLS ON MACYS!! M TO THE MOON

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Share your analysis , i m a trader too

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M @ 5.00 THURSDAY

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Those things are “ironed out” and arranged upon before public hears about the agreement (M&A). They have many options to purchase a company and its shares. People that are part of these negotiations make a good leaving.

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M E T A E T A

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I'm sure you still think this is a dying b&m. Should be worth $5, just like everyone has been saying for over a year...

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Powell's a G

🐻 are an L

Rally in the A M

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  1. Not necessary but wouldn't hurt to establish yourself as an ETA/Searcher and email would definitely benefit you by keeping your business related emails separate from personal.

  2. Brokers. Why do you need brokers? Out of honest curiosity, what have you heard about brokers and what expected value do you hope to achieve by talking to several? Good brokers understand the needs of their client businesses and those who look to purchase, but they work for the seller. When I say work, they may do cursory work on financials and list the business for sale, but not much else, and then collect a 10%+ fee on closing.

I'm an IB/M&A advisor, so I'm probably biased, but Brokers serve their purpose for small businesses (sub $1M EBITDA where finding a buyer can be hard), but you can easily find businesses for sale without them or hire a firm (shameless plug) like us to perform buy-side search and valuation services that can save you time and money on the back end while making sure value is realistic and the business isn't a dumpster fire.

  1. Yes, absolutely. Depends on the industry and niche you want to get into. I'm representing a business across the country and fielded interest from PE firms, strategics and searchers all over, including opposite coast. Most everything can be done remotely, but you don't want to be an absent owner. Might want to split time, rent a place, or hire a trusted COO and accountant if you do buy a business elsewhere.

  2. Where are you getting the funding? Are you self-funding, working with a search fund, or taking on debt? Your purchase and source of funding will change the capital structure of the business and you want to be absolutely sure your cash flows can support your cost of capital and interest coverage for debt.

Not a question, but make sure you're getting your step-up in basis on asset purchase if you go that route. Creates tax benefits with depreciation. Also, cash free-debt free structure with a normal level of working capital remaining in the business at closing.

Is existing management staying or will you need to find replacement management? Factor in these costs.

Does the company have a well-functioning financial accounting and reporting team and structure? Do they have external financial, accounting, legal or benefit providers? If not, make sure you put one in. Messy books only create headaches and consistency in reporting helps track your sales cycle, profitability, everything.

Make sure no lawsuits.

That's about all I can think of. Happy to assist in any way. DM me and we can chat. I can help answer any questions and maybe make some intros.

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Fuck it, M puts for earnings. 16p

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Exactly the way you did before m. Select 0.

No One here is going to know how you specific hr system works, just talk to someone in hr if you can’t figure it out.

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#A always

#M making

#D dips

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In all seriousness there's a stupid wendy's which shares a starbucks, a mcdonalds and chick-fil-a all within maybe 300 m radius, the wendy's shutdown a couple of months ago stating "staffing shortage" , but looks like they reopened this weekend . I am noticing stores and restaurants that had just 1 or 2 employees running behind the counter are now adequately staffed. Don't know if this is a sign of job market tightening or if its the inflation forcing people to take 2nd jobs..

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If you started with that we could have avoided this convo as I no longer care about your opinion at all once your bias is exposed. You might even be paid specifically to refute people who question your paid for opinions.

Your industry has zero credibility and the only people who don't seem to realize that yet are the ones working within it. Do you have the same passion for this argument while off the clock too? Or are you only this adamant from 9-5 M-F?

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I''m looking into purchasing in Westchester county or northern NJ. Any insight into those areas? Can I trust a real estate agent's assesment? I thought they mostly represent the buyer?

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Puts on M... IV seems more inflated than usual for most

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I've tried to short M before, they always seem to pull rabbits out of their hat.

Not saying it shouldn't go down but I wouldn't bet the farm.

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Thoughts on $M puts for earnings? I can’t imagine they’re thriving in this environment. Plus I think Nike is pulling their products from Macy’s stores. Somebody smarter than me (everyone) feel free to weigh in.

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Canadian living in Vancouver here. All of the 3 bedroom condos I was looking at 4 years ago that were selling for 800k are selling for 1.4m now. I have a household income that's just shy of 150k, which allows me to get about a 700k loan. I need a massive down payment because I just can't get enough money loaned out. Even then my take home is only about 7500/m, so a 6k mortgage before strata and taxes is likely not a good idea. I figure 4k/m is my absolute limit, which takes me back down to 800k, and is totally unrealistic. I have a 200k down payment, but nothing is within range. Feel pretty fucked, and I've been saving aggressively for 5 years.

Should I just invest the money instead of holding it in cash at this point? Was planning on buying within 2 years, but man...

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D U R A B L E B O T T O M

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I love to C H O M P O N D I C K

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Ann Arbor & Ypsi together create one medium city. Ann Arbor for the cultural shit, bars, sorority chicks, beating the piss out of rich U of M students on a bad night, other general (safe) mayhem.

Recommended high - LSD, X, heroin.

Ypsilanti when you feel like slumming - finding or paying for sex, slummier bars than A2, getting your ass beat by serious hoods, plentiful drugs, and other (unsafe verging on extremely dangerous) mayhem.

Recommended high - Rocks, whiskey, coke.

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>Paying someone $100 occasionally to do some heavy duty cleaning is a VERY fair price.

*Sad Australian noises*

$40/hr is the starting rates for cleaners, couldn't find any decent ones after the okay lady decided that alcohol is better than work. 5 hours of cleaning (320 sq m house) and it's only Netflix-quality cleaning.

In SE Asia for $50 the same size house was spanking clean in 3 hrs. Damn.

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Tomorrow’s chart:

#M

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>RUSSIAN DEFENCE MINISTRY SAYS RUSSIAN MILITARY HAS DESTROYED UKRAINIAN UNIT OF U.S.-PRODUCED M-777 HOWITZERS - RIA

^First ^Squawk ^@FirstSquawk ^at ^2022-05-23 ^01:49:47 ^EDT-0400

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S M O R T

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This submission has been temporarily locked for review due to a high volume of rule-breaking comments. Thank you in advance for your patience as we try to maintain a high-quality discussion. The original submission text is below.


I am 21(m). My mom (50) died yesterday. She got hit by a truck that crossed over into her lane while she was riding her motorcycle with my stepdad. My mom was the light of my life and my sole provider, my father has never really spent too much time with me or my sister. So to shift more towards the personal finance part of this, here are some notable details. My parents split up and I was 13 and they both left my country home (an old beat up trailer), my dad left and my mom moved to my stepdads a year after. So that left me alone at my childhood home from the age of 14 to now, with my sister staying there for extended periods but not usually permanently. My mother was the only reason I still had my house, my father is a fairly wealthy business owner and does not care about my beloved house that I raised myself in. My father won’t help me keep the house. My mother was the only reason me and my sister were staying afloat (barely). I am petrified that I now face losing my house. It is legitimately the only stable thing I’ve had my entire life. I can’t lose my house. For specific numbers, my mom worked for the DMV and made about $25-30k. The bills at my house are roughly $2k per month (mortgage, yearly taxes/12, heat, power, and internet). I just graduated community college for business administration and do not have a job yet as I was going to take the summer to “find myself” which my mother supported, but my father did not. The job market in my area is not good. I don’t know if me and my sister will be able to make enough to be living anymore than paycheck to paycheck. So I guess the question I have is what is the best way I can keep me and my sister going without being paycheck to paycheck. I was just starting my entrepreneurial path and now I fear that I will be forced to get a 9-5 and become another cog in a machine to keep my house. My mom was the only one in my corner. Now I have nobody. I have been trading stocks and crypto consistently at this point for almost 4 years and most of my net worth is invested ($4k between all accounts). Something else notable is she had good gov health insurance (which I probably don’t have anymore).

TLDR: my mom died in a tragic motorcycle accident, she had been selflessly subsidizing my housing and food for almost a decade. I am worried about losing my childhood home as I’m certain my father is already talking to real estate agents. Also worried about health insurance.

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g = G*M/a^2

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He was granted a home worth about $100k that he mortgaged to go all in on an M&A deal which turned out to be a huge success. Lets face it, 99% of people who get that sort of assets do not think of risking it for a shot at glory, let alone come out on top.

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Nah sorry I live in upstate NY (like closer to adk then nyc) in a 1400sqft home, mortgage is 1300/month and we are on a budget plan for utilities at $150/month, my home is well made but not insulated. Internet is 60/m.

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I just had a talk with a deli worker at Kroger who got approved for a $200k mortgage for a trailer on 1.5ac of land. He told me it was worth 79k in 2019. But at least now he is “building equity”.

I’m not expert and I’maybe wrong but I rather getting fucked by my landlord ($975/m for a 3 bedroom “townhouse style”) than buying an overpriced trailer.

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There is no speculation and I never asserted that everyone would change, however I now have an incentive to raise rents because there is a global demand for my property, a global demand that exists due to AirBnB.

Now I do not wish for AirBnB to be blamed alone, however, we cannot ignore the upward pressure that it puts in the real estate market.

It really doesn't matter how many units are available. The Price is set by the nth marginal unit on the market. If the nth unit could make M income as an AirBnB I will charge very close to M(minus the excess costs related to AirBnB maintenance) and out my rental on the market. To claim otherwise is just going against how markets work.

Now let me re-iterate this is not solvable by banning AirBnB or whatever crazy shit people think. This is a problem due to how the global system works. Essentially, AirBnB allows global wealth to price out locals.

The solution is building more, how to incentivize that is a different story.

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I mean, I’m not claiming to be a genius. I’m not claiming it was a sure thing. I’m claiming that I knew this once that these particular options were extremely underpriced, which I almost never see, and I didn’t buy enough of them based on that knowledge.

You’re wrong about the odds: Normally you’d lose your entire premium on 7c options far more than 99% of the time. This time, I was sure it was no more than 70-80% of the time, and thus they were incredibly cheap. I repeat, IV was 18 on a volatile individual name while VIX was hovering near 30, because the market was treating this like a normal M&A story, when it clearly was not that.

That’s the Druckenmiller/Soros lesson: when you find something that looks really mispriced, be aggressive. Because you won’t find it very often.

I do not subscribe to the efficient market hypothesis. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find the kind of conviction I had on this particular trade.

I don’t trade a lot of options any more, and do so almost exclusively with very small positions on the short side largely to hedge long exposure; also because it’s a safer way to express bearish views on individual names than directly shorting.

Part of the reason I didn’t buy more is that I limit my options exposure to very tiny positions; but even my normal option position size which is ~$2000 would have been 300 contracts.

Sorry for the delay in replying, I’m out of the country on vacation and haven’t checked Reddit in days.

Best of luck in your investing.

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Don’t do it. Buy a used car. I’m 20 (m) biggest mistake I ever made

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Cook M Y DIXK ON A STICK AND SURVE IT TO UR GF

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I got a Eufy really cheap robo vac and it was incredible that I bought another one for downstairs.

They both run M-F every morning, and I have not gotten out the Dyson to vacuum for about 3 months.

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cramer is never right

i m fukd

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Oh yeah no denying there’s a problem

It also creates a two tier society. I can get a mortgage and pay $1500/m (equivalent) till retirement

Fantastic inflationary hedge. Meanwhile the millennial who couldn’t get on the ladder will be paying 2-3% extra per year just keeping up with inflation. So $2500 by then. And with 57 cents in their pension that’s not going to be easy to service

Shits fucked. Generation rent is a crisis brewing for 30-40 years from now.

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I drive a rav 4. If I did your commute every day, i would need to fill up 3 times a week minimum. My last fillup was $50.

$50× 3/wk x 4 wks = $600/m minimum in gas.

At that pace, you will probably need maintenance much more frequently. I've driven through the big cities, and you'll need a new car very soon at that rate

Your risk of accidents from driving less decreases. You also drive less while tired.

You're overall tax obligation will decrease by a sharp percentage.

$30k is a big wage difference, but it is starting to balance out in the big picture. I Believe if you need a little extra change, you technically will now have an extra 15 hours added to your 5 days work week to do side hustles.

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It is now the M-she-U . I walked into the dr. Strange movie fooled into thinking it would be a movie about dr. Strange. Like wtf.

Saw the trailer for she-hulk. That is going to flop so hard.

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Cheers, definitely therapeutic for Cramer to get the hook. His growl is a throwback to his appearance as a feral ghoul in last month's WSB Survival Guide. His Netflix buy! tweet is even worse advice now that it was then.

Had to mark the occasion of RC's victory over melvin's folding last week. Cohen shows one can be a billionaire and not be a jerk towards retail investors. RC's tagline under his name in the video references a joke back in Dec 2020 of calling them melvin with a lower case 'm'. Why? Because they were going to lose their capital

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What ER plays is everyone looking at this week? $nvda $dks $cost $m $snow $baba https://t.co/HMzjEDMxRh
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$M / Macy's files S-8 registration statement (stock option plan) https://t.co/aKDjEtqN6G
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$M Ripping in After hours means nothing but a trap. We are keeping and holding our shorts.
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$JWN $M $DDS - Nordstrom soars after raising guidance in retail sector shocker https://t.co/jbbJMAxJtz
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$M #MACY'S, DILLARD'S FOLLOW #NORDSTROM HIGHER POSTMARKET
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#SuakuFlowsResults $ABNB | No trigger. $NKE | No trigger. Both picks didn't manage to break out of their trading ranges last night. Might tighten the triggers and reuse them for today's watchlist. $M puts still open, currently down -10%.
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Alright, calling it a night here. I don't like this price action, not going to force my hand tonight. Only $M puts are still open, these were up +15% and now back down -10%. Will constantly re-evaluate it but for now likely to hold it going into the ER. See you tomorrow! 😎
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