Wat u zooted on. Drank? Mas?
QQQ also reaching important weekly / monthly MAs. There will be some sort of technical bounce, however it's still 3-5% away so no reason to jump the gun
that's what happens when there's exit liquidity and algos are controlling the direction. Notice how the MAs are constantly being respected
My MA has done absolutely nothing for my career, and I still don't regret it. Grad school was an incredibly enriching experience intellectually and very rewarding in its own right. Could I have made more money working instead of going? Probably. I never would have gone if I didn't get a full ride though. People paying a lot or going into debt for a non-professional MAs are, in my opinion, taking a big gamble.
Im not sold. DXY daily chart looks bullish. It just got a bounce up off the 9 and 20 MAs and the MACD is poised to flip green. VIX looks equally likely to go up and as of right now the RSI, Stoch RSI, and MACD on the SPY daily are all indicating downward momentum. Sure, tomorrow could change that, but if we are going purely off technical indicators from the macro standpoints on these charts they dont look particularly good.
Per a 5 minute google search... you should submit your resume to:
- Dove Soap (That commercial... woof)
- Taco Bell (But I still quiero Mas)
- Papa Johns
- Fox News
- Uh... vivint solar?
Just let the MAs cross already fuck
just tryna live mas over here
Yeah you see the ghost whick? Shit is accurate asf. Predicted 360 bottom during x mas
I would recommend these books. Try to find a more recent edition if possible. They are written more for the United States, but the advice is good.
- La bolsa o la vida
- El hombre mas rico de babilonia
- Millonario de la puerta de al lado
- El millonario automatico
I would recommend against any books by Robert Kiyosaki because they're full of awful advice and the lead-in to a series of scammy seminars.
For more books:
Get a Financial Life by Beth Kobliner and I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi are both good introductory books, but I think they're only available in English.
To be brutally honest. M looks absolutely horrible as a swingtrade. SPY is up 3 days in a row, which means nothing at all in the big picture, except for daytraders. The overall trend is still very bearish. if M decides to move up there are strong MAs ahead which could smack it right down with a sledgehammer. Just curious, why chose a weak stock like M when there are much stronger stocks like KR? Please no astrology lines explanation, these make zero sense to me.
Oh, it was designed to make all the MAs make a nice little star on the charts... I get it now. Thank you market makers, you made my day.
💯 I agree. I often swing and day trade and the only things I really use are PA, MAs, volume, relative weakness/strength.
Daily moving Average. Its a line on the chart that represents the price trend. In general, lines going up, the overall trend is up. Going down, its down.
A lot of info online about MAs. If you are interested in a book on trend trading I recommend Stan Weinstein's "How to profit in Bull and Bear Markets."
I would read one or two of these books. Try to find a more recent edition if possible. They are written more for the United States, but the advice is good.
- La bolsa o la vida
- El hombre mas rico de babilonia
- Millonario de la puerta de al lado
- El millonario automatico
No recomiendo a Robert Kiyosaki. Debes evitar sus libros.
/r/eupersonalfinance también es bueno.
Jim Cramer drinks milk while eating Taco Bell. Live mas.
Well maybe your roommates will be worse nobody knows, i would think it should be easier to try talking about your issues with your mom than talking about issues with strangers.
Also everyone has to go through though times you are not alene there, but at least at the end you could have the house you really wanted instead the one you have to settle for because you weren't able to save enough cause of paying rent
Where i live we have a saying "mas vale un diablo conocido, que diablo por conocer" roughly translate to "is better a known devil, than an unknown devil"
In this case meaning, it is better to deal with your mom's shit, than some random's bullshit
Yes, like an actual casino, to really win in options you just need a 51% success rate. You become the house.
Yes MAs are more important in certain instances. Certainly for swing trades, a golden or death cross are good targets for momo.
I’m surprised you’d only get 1/3 right. Unless you’re letting some kind of bias interfere in your picks. But at least you are betting more on the winners. Granted that could be less sustainable in long run than getting a better wr.
It's crazy how much easier trading can be when you make it simple with simple rules. You're absolutely killing it with that wr, don't even need 3:1, you can get by with 2:1. I do use MAs because when there is confluence at s/r and an MA those areas have a much higher chance of the price action I was expecting to come in. I play long options like a degenerate and my wr is 35% but my wins are 20x my losses, fits my personality as I'm a fan of asymmetric risk. I know what you mean about seeing the move ahead too! It takes thousands of hours of charts and price action to get to that point! And if everyone followed the rule of never risking more than 5% there would be a lot less loss porn on WSB that's for sure! I learned that in the hardest way possible 🤣
I don’t even bother with MAs or RSI or stochastic etc
Don’t need em
All about horizontal supports and resistance.
In a way, it becomes a little like Neo seeing the code vs the walls/doors. Your mind just sees the move ahead. I have an 75-80% hit rate now. Key is to keep cash on hand and never put in more than 5% on any position.
The “Jackson Hole” failure at 4195-4219 suggests an August head and shoulders top with downside risk to the low 3900s. We are also watching potential supports at the 100- and 50-day MAs at 4073 and 3996.
Are you predicting we'll be range bound between 390 and 425 between now and X-mas then since you seem to believe we won't fall back below 370? I personally think what happens at the next FOMC in sept, whether it's 50 basis pts or higher will dictate how the rest of the year plays out.
Even your MAs told you it was a bad idea.
If you use MAs and indicators you’re doing TA wrong
Então, ele pode passar a cobrar sim.
Mas muitas pessoas foram atraídas pela prestação de serviços gratuitos.
E sempre vai ter uma nova fintech que acabou de receber uma nova rodada de investimentos e está em fase de crescimento cobranço zero taxas. Lembra o nubank anos atrás. Só que hoje o Nubank não conta mais com isso pois já é listado na bolsa.
A alta taxa de juros agora, favorece inadimplência. Talvez quando a taxa de juros cair, o cenário favoreça para o nubank. Mas é difícil de comparar Nubank com Itaú e Banco do Brasil, que tem anos de consessão de crédito. Os clientes Nubank são faixa de renda C e D, mais sucetíveis a cobrança de taxas e maior risco de crédito. Ou seja, cresceu em número mas não em qualidade.
Clientes premium, de alta renda, que pagam altas taxas de anuidade, que fazem financiamentos imobiliários, etc, e que realmente dão lucro aos bancos, não abre conta gratuita no Nubank.
Esses são vários dos pontos negativos, e existem muitos outros.
Então, o crescimento do número de clientes deste banco é baseado na oferta de serviços gratuitos. Isso é insustentável para o banco, mas é aceitável pois está em fase de crescimento. Se um dia esse banco decidir cobrar taxas, as pessoas farão resgate e irão transferir para outros bancos.
lots trade with fundamentals. I find TA works just fine for me I make consistent money now. I don’t use patterns as much but MAs and volume profile indicators. Sure it ain’t right 100 percent of the time but I see lots of shit play out real time with my own eyes that could be easily deduced from some simple TA. It baffles me why people are so against it. prolly gonna get downvoted for this oh well
There are a lot of wonderful non-fiction books. "The Tipping Point" by Malcolm Gladwell can get you hooked on striving for success enthusiastically in a good way, and "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" is sort of good for building self-confidence...it's like "chicken soup for the 'I want to be a professional winner'" soul, I liked it when I was 20 although it's sort of basic and fluffy. "Harvard Business Essentials: Strategy" is great for the "I am a business" metaphor; you can use those ideas to think about how to compete as an individual, even though they're intended for businesses. If you have math training, you might like "Microeconomic Thoery" by Mas-Colell, Whinston, and Green, but it is graduate level and if you don't know advanced math, you won't understand much of it. A more basic econ book, which helped me a lot in my twenties, is "Principles of Economics" by Frank and Bernanke.
If you can't tell I read a lot of non-fiction, and have a read a number of books for the same reasons you are looking for non-fiction in the past! Non-fiction is great, that's a good investment for your future.
I can outline it. RKT is building our several different companies under the Rocket brand to insulate them sleeves from the cyclical nature of the mortgage business. Autos loans, solar, Canadian mortgages, personal and small business loans. They bought truebill now rocket money to help capture and retain their clients with finical planning services and subscription canceling. These are all fledgling parts of their business and will take time to grow however as they mature it will allow them to not be as effected like their competitors to the cyclical nature of mortgage rates.
They also signed a deal with workforce that allows them to sell Mas (mortgage as a service) to other smaller banks and credit unions. Threw sales forces existing mortgage software that the banks already use. This these into the deal they closed with Santander bank. Basically Santander got out of the mortgage game because of the costs but still sells their mortgages to Rocket for a cut. I suspect they will soon be doing the same with other banks as well like Wells Fargo who just said they are cutting back on their mortgage products. But that’s speculation on my part although would also explain why wallsfargos Analysts were so bullish on Rocket when the rest of the market dose not want to touch them. Again tin foil hat on my part.
Necesito desenvolver mi piña, pero vivemos mas gatos. No molestar la tortuga, incluso en la mañana.
I want apes to go away forever no mas arribaderci
I think we should watch the dust settle. This will play out in our benefit. RC & BBBY will make an announcement in a week! 8 days! 💎🙌💎🦍. I’m going to buy mas!
The MAs at my office all lust over Figs scrubs and wait for the 2 big sales/year! I didn’t realize doctors wore scrubs too!
Same. I bought a separate mini fridge with a bottom freezer several months ago, solely because I needed more freezer space to store meat and fish purchased on sale. Winn-Dixie has tremendous weekend meat specials. Their sister store Fresco y Mas is even lower. Plus once you develop a habit of buying certain items they give you coupons on those items. So the way it works out all the time is I'm paying $3.99 per pound for New York Strip Steak value pack then using a $2 coupon to take it even lower.
Inflation has definitely sharpened my eating habits and related purchases. I use Publix solely for Buy One Get One. None of their other products exist. I shop primarily at Aldi for basic stuff but likewise I refuse to purchase anything that has jumped in price recently. For example, today I reached for an item I typically purchase. Then I noticed the tag...suddenly $1.99 when it's always been $1.39.
I pulled my hand back and walked away. I will no longer consider that item.
I FOMO-ed….. ended up with 60 mas! Thanks for the Dip! Seeking Alpha should just close up shop, gone out to pasture with Kramer! It’s a special place for low life’s & scum bags.
I don’t beg for awards but when I do I’m watching BBBY with dos xx live mas my friends haHAA anyways the dos xx commercials were ahead of their time I think
Elon buying calls and tweeting “$BBBY to Demooon” While on a SpaceX rocket-ship to Mas
My cousin participated in the trump raid, said they also found a bunch of dildos in his nightstand. Mas Puto!!
If you trade breakouts, go look at a daily chart of LNG and you’ll see the proper break out buy point was around $150 on July 29th.
I started buying July 19th in the low 130’s after it had been going up for a week or so.
Then I added more when got through that resistance in the 137.49 area and broke the 50 day on the 20th.
Then more when we broke the June 7th high of 146.35 and the MAs all crossed over on the 27th.
Then I added the last part in the “handle” in the low-mid 140’s on Aug 5th.
I did this because I don’t want to put on a full position all at once or play real breakouts in this market.
Mas Duro BBBY!! Mas Fuerte BBBY!! Mas caliente mi amor BBBY!!
you can have toxic masculinity and masculinity. it's like this.
Toxic Mas Man: Says he'll beat the shit out of anyone that looks at him wrong, goes on to beat shit out of smallest person.
Mas Man: Beats the shit out of Toxic Mas Man beating shit out of small man for no reason.
god damn you!, bring it on!..warn you I shall bring the ultimate wepon mas destruction from the ghetto and that is the homeless poop. you will never get out this alive, you hear meemote:t5_2th52:8882
Prices are high again? My, don’t tell any 200 MAs on daily charts that
as the parent of a child who also had cataract surgery and care at LPCH, their billing department and MAs are wonderful and empathetic. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to them and explain the situation.
it’s also likely that insurance tried to reject stuff because it’s coded as “Vision” related. Since this is a medical and time sensitive issue, push back HARD on that. Get all the diagnosis and procedure codes. Keep a record (I write myself emails) of all calls and reference numbers with insurance.
Employment linked health insurance in the United States is a scam.
Also, please feel free to reach out if you need to vent/commiserate about aphakia in children.
I went back and looked at trends for recent corrections and recoveries and what I found is that it's not just the amount of volume, but also the circumstance and de facto direction of the volume.
Very early in a recovery, the same thing tends to happen: You get low volume and the OBV and price/resistance trends look basically identical to a bear market rally until you get a new established trend.
While you need higher volume to drive an extended bull run, OBV analysis (which is the superior method for trending price/volume relationship) over the duration of the run up and the run down will tell you more about price/volume relationship. Typically, this is positively correlated which leads to the misconception and tactical rule that you don't bet big on a bull run until you see positive volume directionality return to the market.
BUT that isn't the same thing as saying that low volume dictates a bear market rally. It may be, it may not be. Typically once you see volume return, you've been rising for a good portion of time. The reason why is pretty straightforward:
Going back to that tactical relationship between buying and selling volume, at the bottom of a bear market people and institutions hold back and retain capital looking for the new long trend to show up.
But volume doesn't give you directionality, so low volume de facto buy with seller exhaustion can result in market strength and a new bull trend to form (which shows up in the OBV chart and smooths out the spikes from bear market rallies with low strength, which is why anyone watching OBV wasn't faked out by the Fed rally in March because it resisted right off the trend since Dec 3rd) but that takes time to show up on the chart and as such takes time for people to adjust and jump back into the market.
Of course, this can be a temporary trend, which you can also see in 2007-2008 where there was a short pause in the decline, but OBV analysis would have shown weakness in the trend and a BIG divergence in price/volume relationship before the 2008 decline and crash.
So what you're looking for is the following:
- Is OBV respecting or generally staying around downtrends, or constantly challenging them?
- Is OBV trading up through a resistance level (related to the price action on the chart, but high price action with limited OBV up movement betrays the existence of significant selling pressure)?
- Is there divergence between OBV and the price chart? Typically these correlate on a long timeline, but when they deviate it usually represents a change in behavior. At that point you're looking to see if respected basement trends (MAs, support trendlines) continue to be respected... if not, then you have danger.
I would say the chart is a bit mixed right now, and the lesson from past corrections is that volume does not dictate a bottom because volume will lag the end of a correction/crash.
Also, when you have big movement in the morning due to morning news, it's common on the intra-day chart for volume to be frontloaded in the opening volatility zone... so what's on those charts isn't a surprise nor a signal of strength necessarily.
till the pizza man says no mas
I think the thing to focus on will be how many companies are below 50 day MAs and how many are above. On june 16th there was a record number below the 50day. Just sharing something for your use
Finally have my technicals set up in top, now I can lose money based on RSI, FIBs, Momentum and MAs!
There is no such thing as a share recall en mas. An individual broker can recall shares, but not the company.
Had a heavy short interest and with the price of gas coming down, feels like it's rallying like everything else. That said, saw a headline recently about RVs piling up on dealer lots to the point where they were telling manufacturers no mas, who in turn were shutting down factories due to the lack of demand.
Beginner: line charts are nice, candlesticks are too much, too many indicators are just confusing
Intermediate: line charts are for losers, candlestick is the only way to be a pro, and it’s necessary to have tons of MAs, oscillators, color coded custom scripts, etc. on every chart at all times to see everything and trade effectively.
Expert: line charts are nice, candlesticks are too much, too many indicators are just confusing
I regularly do "market research" at a local GTBIF Store (also hold shares) and love looking around while on line.
Soccer moms, grand-mas, random people who you'd never guess smoke and I cant imagine who was selling them weed before it was legal
they stroll in, bud-tenders recommend high-margin products and the person drops $350 on 5 or 6 items right there
i dont know any other store i visit that operates like that OTHER than a liquor store
always a line, often out the door. Constantly re-occurring sales with monthly or bi-weekly visiting clients. what's there to not like?
Hurricane Plays: Supplies: WMT, LOW, HD, PG GNRC: power Engineering (Cat 3 storms or better) ACM, FLR Water: XYL Others that do well in busy seasons:NOV, MPX, MAS, BRK.a/.b, CAT, CPRT
LOL, yeeah sanctions will work so well against the worlds biggest exporter which makes all your tech shit. That will definitely be good for US economy, I'm sure some fat prowls unable to get their 125 inch TV for X-mas are gonna be okay with that
Pobrecito que necesita zapaticos. El pobrecito tiene mas zapatos que yo. Como dices, tambien viene del orgullo de la gente que quieren mostrar lo bueno que lo tienen pal norte... Mientra lo que tienen se lo ganaron a lo duro trabajando dia y noche.
I’m a jenius comedian and full time employee to bring mas user growth aqui. They pay me in karma. About to ask for silicuck valley pay for this shit because the digital cryptoe karma market has gone to shit. Believe me!
AAPL literally has to dip to $145 again. The MAs don't lie
The employees are all Mexican at the ones in my area. Ask in Spanish and the LOAD you up.
"Otra vez, por favor" = Another/Again, please.
"Mas, por favor" = More, please.
"Grande" = Large
"Mi Gordo" = I'm fat.
"Por favor" = Please.
"Gracias" = Thank you.
Also in a long term downtrend trading below all important moving averages on both the weekly and daily time frames. MAs are also declining.
**Beginner trader: **line graph is easier to understand, candlesticks look complicated, maybe 1 or two basic indicators like some MAs, MACD, RSI etc.
Intermediate trader: candlesticks are the best, “line graphs are for amateur losers lol”, tons of indicators all over the screen that make it barely possible to see the actual price action.
Advanced trader: use a mix of candlestick, neutral color candlesticks, bar charts, monkey bars, etc etc etc, even some line as well. Reduces down indicators to a few very complicated custom-designed scripts that still dominate the screen.
Expert Trader: line chart w area shading a-la Bloomberg terminal chart clearly best for long term trend, basic candlestick with pure empty background for intraday. Only one indicator used all the time: VWAP
what resort or developer is this? wyndham, worldmark, diamond, hilton, marriott, westgate, holiday inn, bluegreen, welk, and a myriad of others all offer official deedback programs...however getting ahold of someone who will actually help you with them when calling the main number can be difficult at best.
at the end of the day if its paid off and you stop paying for it, foreclosure isnt the end of the world like its made out to be. usually you have a less than 50/50 shot of it even being reported to the credit bureaus and thats years down the road after they get around to actually moving forward with a legal foreclosure. you can also note that you are willing to GIVE them the deed back free of charge, vs making them spend all that money and lost maintenance fees to take it back thru legal means.
sadly this is the strategy employed by most if not all of the "exit" and "cancellation" company scams. They mas it all in a thick layer of legal sounding horseshit making you feel like they now somehow represent you and are fighting your resort/developer to force them to end your ownership. Using terms like "you should cease all communications with your resort, and simply inform them you have hired us to take care of this" etc etc and you can now guess what happens when you cease all communication (including those pesky past due bills) happens! What they didnt mention in the slick talking pitch is that a default is what they consider a successful cancellation of your timeshare and thus they did exactly what they told you they would do, thanks for sending them that big check!
If you should choose to dispute their strategy and choose to NOT default, well then you have chosen yourself to not follow thru with their program and thus you do not qualify for their money back guarantee! After all, default is success!
AXP good earnings, up big premarket. Not playing them however MA looks interesting, might play them off AXP earnings plus MAs IV is surprising low. They have earnings next week.
It’s hard to live mas when you have an ear ache
They don't inoculate for sure. I had my head handed to me in Prison REITs recently. I am just not fond of companies not sharing the wealth while giving out stock options like chips at a X-mas party. If someone wanted investors for a private company which wouldn't share the earnings people would not be impressed.
The only reason to use stockpile was that they were one of the fewer companies that allowed (grand)mas/pas to send their little grandchildren gift cards. They marketed themselves as a way to gift stocks and teach kids to invest. Basically the replacement to now extinct paper stock gifts.
I used stockpile solely because it was one of the few brokers that allowed you to purchase with your credit card. With BoA custom cash, plat honors, and special category set to online payment you'd get 5.25% cash back on any charges made to your CC. If you opened a new card during covid easy money Fed era then BoA was giving out 18mo 0% interest basically allowing you to get 5% back on your stock purchases with 15mo 0% APR. (Still ended pretty badly for me since stocks haven't been that great and their shift meant I'd have to sell low rather than hold for the ultra long. Really not worth my time if they don't constantly allow me to add more funds via new CCs)
Still very very shitty of them to do this. Not so much for people like me (I can just offset my stockpile stock capital losses against my option sale gains), but really sucks for the unsuspecting old folks, parents, and kiddos who get screwed now or will be nickle and dimed until their stock is worthless without knowing so.
No. That’s nice and all, but I’m a college professor and most of my friends and colleagues just had regular college degrees, and weren’t really involved in undergrad research. A few did MAs, but not most. It might help you application, but it won’t guarantee acceptance to a PhD program, and not having it won’t prevent you.
When 9-21 crosses over you’d have already given up a lot of move you were trying to scalp because MAs are lagging indicators
I read / research more about MAs than you do 🤡
helium gas 50$ plastic tube 3$ gas mas 5$
they dont rely on RSI lmao. They mostly trade on EMA/MAs
The private insurance will pay a percentage of Medicare. For example, in more remote places they will pay 150 percent Medicare rate. In southern Florida or California they will pay 80 percent of Medicare. If Medicare does not move up with inflation, then unless you have huge negotiating power, the private insurance will not move up their price. They know what price Medicare is paying because it is published and they know that the other insurance companies (if any exist in your community) will not move off their Medicare peg either. Therefore they know the Doctor has very little recourse to drop them. This is how insurance companies price fix. The wrinkle is when hospitals buy doctor practices because they have pricing power with consolidation. They can charge 200-500 percent Medicare fee because the insurance company needs their rarer services for their panel. Trust me. This is how it works.
MAs and LPNs make 15-30 dollars per hour.
>SINGAPORE'S MAS SAYS MAS CORE INFLATION PROJECTED TO RISE SLIGHTLY ABOVE 4% IN NEAR TERM, BEFORE EASING TOWARDS END OF THE YEAR
^First ^Squawk ^@FirstSquawk ^at ^2022-07-13 ^20:11:09 ^EDT-0400
The insurance companies know if they just stick to Medicare rates then there is little recourse as this makes up 90 percent plus of the healthcare market. It is a price fixing mechanism. You know what happens when there are government led price controls on a product?
Hospitals hire RNs. The majority of nursing in healthcare though is actually done by LPNs and MAs. They are not paid 100k.
The point of Taco Bell isnt to steal my money because grilled burritos are delicious, its to teach me to “think outside the bun” and to “live mas”
"(This) could open a gap for Hong Kong to step into the arena more meaningfully."
MAS did not comment on the matter, but on June 30 it issued a rare public reprimand to 3AC for breaching fund rules, and added it was investigating the company on potential further breaches.
"I think (MAS) wanted to send a signal to the industry to say, '3AC was already on our watch list'," said Hagen Rooke, a Singapore-based partner at law firm Reed Smith. He said that such misdemeanours would normally be handled with a private wrap on the knuckles.
"The question is whether the MAS is going to become even more draconian in its approach to the crypto industry," he added, identifying new rules around crypto borrowing and lending as one likely regulatory focus.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, July 12 (Reuters) - Singapore's ambitious cryptocurrency sector, by some measures Asia-Pacific's largest, faces an uncertain future after the recent collapse of crypto fund Three Arrows Capital, a high-profile casualty of the global digital currency downturn.
Crypto players in Southeast Asia's financial hub are bracing for further bankruptcies and legal tussles, and expect that regulators at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), whose welcoming approach helped to attract firms from China, India and elsewhere, may become less accommodating.
"After recent events it appears likely that the MAS will get tougher on crypto and digital assets," said Hoi Tak Leung, a senior technology sector lawyer at Ashurst.
Investment in Singapore's crypto and blockchain companies surged to $1.48 billion in 2021, according to KPMG, ten times the previous year and nearly half the Asia Pacific total for 2021.
Regulators at the MAS have said they hope to encourage crypto-related services, a sharp contrast with China's ban, a crypto tax in India that has crippled trading, and incoming rules in Hong Kong restricting crypto investing to professionals.
Over 150 crypto companies applied for a new crypto payments licence from the MAS in 2020, although so far only a handful have received one.
But the picture has grown murky with the collapse of Three Arrows Capital (3AC), which began liquidation proceedings in the British Virgin Islands on June 27, court filings showed, after the global downturn in digital currencies left it unable to meet hundreds of millions of dollars in obligations.
I'm euro, getting paid from CA and sitting on cash for this x-mas shopping
mas was 50, 6 weeks ago, then it was 75 and mas was 75... now 100 looking possible to anyone with half a brain... 1.5 weeks still to go and cpi in the middle... remember: they need to destroy the jobs market to bring inflation down
He WAS the richest man.
“No mas, no mas!”- Roberto “Manos de Piedre” Duran
Ah you'll have to aim for bi-monthly wage increases if YoY rent/groceries keep ripping you'll never leave mas basement.
I feel it in my fingers I feel it in my toes x mas is all around me do my dock grows
On flags I might be like “oh, look at that”. But I mostly just look at MACD, RSI and MAs
You guys know if Taco Bell and Jesus did a collaboration meal, they could call it the Christ Mas
Thanks for your time