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Now remember that they are open 24/7 and there aren’t always patients there that cover the cost of staff. Your staff is light too. There are RNs as well as MAs. Triage nurse. Building space for lease, heating cooling, utilities. The costs are higher than you would ever think. It costs 1500 a night to stay at nice hotels and there is one maid and someone to check me in.

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i’m going through the same thing but my gripe is how little the director cares for us. preaches we should do this “not for the money”. Bitch that’s the main reason i’m here so i don’t wipe g-ma’s ass every time.

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There is literaly new HL and new HH also break of shit ton of MAs also break of trendline and like ton of other price action crap and this joe is betting on crash

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We've been above those 200 day MAs for almost 2 weeks now... noice.

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Some people under 20 have used their phones and tablets for 100% of their schoolwork and tech usage. There are an increasing number of college students who need to be instructed on how to use a full operating system like Windows or masOS. They literally never needed to manage files or download software from a browser and therefore don't know how to.

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Good for them, live mas

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Xi Long Mas

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Third iteration of Jack Mas clone getting released today

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$MAS, $TTNDY, $TREX

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It's "Mas sandman breed" and "bam madman seed" obviously.

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mas o menos

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Happened to me. I paid about 10.2k in SALT taxes last year so I was capped at 10k, but also had lots of mortgage interest so I ended up itemizing. Then I got back like 1.4K due to MA’s state income tax refund so I owed taxes on most of it.

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i mean i get it. nobody wants all the extra traffic and stuff.. if only there was some sort of mas transit or train system that they could invent... oh wait the Grandpa boomer did away with those too

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Para mas informacion escribime al 2284370309 y te doy mas informacion

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I'm looking for a property like that. I'd want to put a pole barn on it and let my hoarding go wild, esp. with cars and boats. Maybe keep a camper out there to get away and tinker with my car and boat horde. Maybe I could lease storage to friends for their cars and boats that'd cover the taxes.

Once I'm done shuttling kids around I'd rather not be able to see my neighbors.

Maybe x-mas trees. Or young apple trees, young cherry trees, like it takes a few years for those to start producing, and if you don't want to work it, having those thing on there will make it more valuable to sell. On the other hand, now is the time to sell land, next time to sell probably won't be for another decade.

But, if that's not your jam, and the taxes are a drag, then yeah, sell it. What does your dad think? Does he want it? Or is that where you got if from? What about whoever has his orchard now, maybe they'd like to expand onto that?

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No mas tres commas?

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copium? really? after an incredible Friday and the más besar exodus that's about to happen these coming weeks? really?

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I’ve ate 2 McDonald’s sausage McMuffins or whatever today. With egg.

Like 840 calories and good protein. Delicious too. $5+tax

But necessito mas comida ahora

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Well, No address, No mail, No mas. Back to the drawing board, at least I get to save a stamp, and my receipt is headed for the burn-pile. Just another dot to connect as the puzzle gets unwound, always making changes...

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Live mas

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You’re over complicating a simple rule-based approach. Let’s go with VOO and SH for simplicity purposes.

  1. Accumulation phase - Slowly accumulate shares of VOO. Ideally, you should not purchase more than 1% of your account value on a given day.

  2. After you have accumulated VOO during the accumulation phase, continue contributing and investing to and in your Roth during the markup, you likely have a 10+ year window.

  3. During economic turmoil or high valuations, the distribution phase is likely underway. Pay attention to the charts. This takes awhile to play out, so you have plenty of time to make a decision. Once distribution has been confirmed, it’s time to start selling.

  4. Markdown - When markdown has been confirmed with MAs, you can short the market with something like SH as Roth’s can’t be margin accounts.

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I like that the upgraded algos ignore MAs and VWAP but I feel their stop hunting wicks could be longer

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Like your ma’s tits

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Acabo de colgar el teléfono a un buen amigo que ahora està jubilado pero que ha trabajado durante muchos años en banca privada (los que manejan los fondos vamos) y me dice que el caso Neonode no es seguido por pràcticamente ningùn fondo de inverisón, entre otras cosas porque ni si quiera los màs modestos en cuanto a capital se fijan en compañìas con capitalizaciones tan bajas (en nuestro caso mucho tiempo por debajo de 80 millones) y si a eso le sumamos que no conocen el caso, ni aùn conociendo saben realmente lo que se va a poder reclamar a las tres gigantes, hace que todas esas variables impidan una entrada masiva de capitales y por consiguiente una mayor subida, si me apuraìs violenta de la cotización a precios màs cercanos a 50-100$ por ejemplo, que a los actuales 10,68$. Es màs me dice que esa es la tìpica acción que puede estar deambulando sin pena ni gloria y de repente salta una gran noticia y un comunicado a la SEC y te abre con un +900% por decir una cifra. Yo desde luego voy a ver la jugada desde dentro y màs una vez arriesgado a plata o plomo, puerta grande o enfermeria. Ahora que estoy dando la vuelta al ruedo y recogiendo flores, bombones, besos, parabienes y grandes contratos, me voy a ir? Ni loco y mucho menos sin saber què nuevos contratos voy a firmar ni cuantas plazas me van a abrir la puerta grande!!!! Aquì quietoooooooosssssssss Suerte a [email protected] (aunque en este caso no necesitamos ya mucha).

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Acabo de colgar el teléfono a un buen amigo que ahora està jubilado pero que ha trabajado durante muchos años en banca privada (los que manejan los fondos vamos) y me dice que el caso Neonode no es seguido por pràcticamente ningùn fondo de inverisón, entre otras cosas porque ni si quiera los màs modestos en cuanto a capital se fijan en compañìas con capitalizaciones tan bajas (en nuestro caso mucho tiempo por debajo de 80 millones) y si a eso le sumamos que no conocen el caso, ni aùn conociendo saben realmente lo que se va a poder reclamar a las tres gigantes, hace que todas esas variables impidan una entrada masiva de capitales y por consiguiente una mayor subida, si me apuraìs violenta de la cotización a precios màs cercanos a 50-100$ por ejemplo, que a los actuales 10,68$. Es màs me dice que esa es la tìpica acción que puede estar deambulando sin pena ni gloria y de repente salta una gran noticia y un comunicado a la SEC y te abre con un +900% por decir una cifra. Yo desde luego voy a ver la jugada desde dentro y màs una vez arriesgado a plata o plomo, puerta grande o enfermeria. Ahora que estoy dando la vuelta al ruedo y recogiendo flores, bombones, besos, parabienes y grandes contratos, me voy a ir? Ni loco y mucho menos sin saber què nuevos contratos voy a firmar ni cuantas plazas me van a abrir la puerta grande!!!! Aquì quietoooooooosssssssss Suerte a [email protected] (aunque en este caso no necesitamos ya mucha).

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I like Jacking Mas

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#ASXC no digo más 🚀

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Tree fiddy, no mas, no menos

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You're in the same predicament the US and China have been in for decades. All they ever do is steal our ideas and mas produce them. There is no "winning" that war. It's going to be constant and require you to be very specific about branding your material as uniquely yours and continuing to innovate.

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Snacks are a growth asset, definitely see your net mas-- uh, worth ballooning in the future.

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Me va a salir más caro el viaje de ida y vuelta que lo que pueda invertir img

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shoulda removed YTD VWAP cuz it looks weird in january.

colors are just the simple MAs.

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Mexico is actually pretty damn cool in many areas. Fr just avoid the tourist northern parts

Cheaper cost of living. Great food. Nice people. Fun to learn espanol y mas

And South America is a fun yuge continent or even more in Central America like Costa Rica or some shidd

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Wait a minute, you want me to compare apples to apples for the US vs China? Obviously that's impossible. I was already comparing those who are better off in China to those that are relatively worse off in the US and demonstrating the disparities.

For example, inner city in China tends to be more educated while in the US it tends to be less educated. People in the US are more educated than people in China. The people I know in the US with houses only have a BA, whereas these people in China cannot get it with MAs. I actually was comparing averages of both, but how about this, we can compare the most expensive city in each country, would that make you happy?

Actually, how about you just take a look for yourself. Look at all the cities in China that are high up on this list compared to the "expensive" cities in the US.

https://www.numbeo.com/property-investment/rankings.jsp

NYC is the highest at 194, with a ratio of 10.2. Shanghai, a great counterpart to NYC, is number 1 with 46.6. Feel free to pick different cities to compare. Rural areas are a horrible way to try to compare the 2 countries because China will not even give data on it, let alone reliable data.

Bonus for people in the US, if you buy a house, you get it. Sometimes in China you buy a house and the developer doesn't finish it and after waiting for a few years you find they have stopped construction and are not even planning to resume. Then, when you finally get them to claim to resume, you find out they just pay people for a few days to pretend to resume construction. Meanwhile, you're still forced to pay the mortgage on the house you purchased that doesn't even exist.

>find me one American who isn’t silver spoon fed under thirty that has something similar? No? My point.

So...you don't have a point, you just want to cry about how things are so much worse in the US and just make up some sort of really weird argument that has nothing to do with data or evidence? I mean you're basically trying to say debunk anecdotal evidence with other anecdotal evidence, it makes no sense.

How about you focus really hard on the data, like what I linked, and explain to me how you can claim housing is more affordable in China than the US.

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K la verdad y el otro lado del nadie me nada más imagino en un buen knapp $$$

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Local Mexican places way more betterer (sic) than Chipotle and cheaper too. Ours even have mariachis 4 days a week. Hmmmm Muy grande magaritas. Mas? Si por favor.

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¡Excelente! La respuesta más común probablemente será encontrar un trabajo flexible que te permita trabajar cuando no estés estudiando. Podría ser tan simple como vender cosas en la playa, limpiar habitaciones de hotel o AirBnbs, o cuidar casas de vacaciones. ¿Cuáles son sus metas? ¿Qué quiere lograr?

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Is it true that 11 jinping has a jar containing Jack ma’s balls in his office? During the time Ma went to “re-education” camp a couple of years ago.

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Fed tapped out. No mas!

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"buyInG uP aLL ThE aVaiLaBlE wAteRIn a TiMe oF dRoUgHt To rEsElL it aT a MasSiVe pRofIT tO tHe CapTivE thIrStY PoOrS iS nOt GrEed"

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BIP, SMG, NHI, MAS, TGT, C, T, MMM, NWL, VZ, HD, IIPR, HAS, FDX, PEAK, MDT, DLR, ARE, BAX, DAL, BRK.B, BA, BEP.

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I've had enough winter. After X-Mas and New Year we should just fast forward to March 1st. Sorry Valentines and MLK.

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Weekly 50 and 200 day MAs are quickly converging. Something big is going to happen in a couple months if they meet. What? Who knows.

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This price decrease is circumstantial, due to the fact that 1) EU has filled its reservoirs before winter, 2) temperatures in Europe are currently very mild (for this time of the year), a significant number of companies are in temporary, or definitive, shutdown. So that demand has decreased significantly. However, the prices that Europeans are paying are still very high, especially small businesses. See as example:

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Eu likes no planta vs zumbis mas humanos (fase 1)

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I’m in a similar place as you. The data would say to just enter lump sum and don’t try to time the market. On average this has the best returns compared to trying to time the market.

Personally though, I’m waiting for the MA’s to cross back up on the daily SPY chart. See below. The white line here is the 200 EMA. The yellow is a 33 SMA. I want to see the 33 cross back above the 200 and price break above both and hold. Personally I’d rather make sure I don’t suffer a crash right upon buy in than miss a few bucks at the very bottom of the crash.

https://i.imgur.com/QroqFyd.jpg

You can also see that the white 200 EMA just crossed below a longer EMA (green, the 420 EMA). And the yellow shorter MA is moving back down as if it might cross below the orange 69 EMA. Price is below both. It could go either way from here, so we just need to wait and see what the market is going to do. Signals are mixed right now and we could bounce back up or drill down from here.

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I had written a response that was big beautiful and long, and then reddit glitched and it's all gone :( I'll try to recap in short terms:

MA: I set up my MAs to be 50/200. These are moving averages based off the past 50 and 200 days. If 50 (I colored gold) is on top, party don't stop (overall uptrend). If 200 (blue) is on top, shit is about to drop (downtrend).

I look at this first to see if I'm going with the trend (likely), unless I see signs of reversal (W, doji, RSI, EMA cross).

So now that I know the overall trend of the map, I'm looking at my EMAs. Same rule applies, but the numbers are 13, 21, 35. Why those numbers? Idk, I saw them online. 9 and 20 work too. 8 and 13 can be used. Just need a bigger and a smaller number. In my chart, small is white, big is red. Big on top: drop. Small on top: party don't stop.

Finally, RSI is relative strength index. If there's a small move in either direction, likely to see the opposite happen right after. So if I see <30 or >70, I get out. For macd, if it matches my color, I feel more confident staying in, but if I see a big hill or a big valley, I get out.

This chart goes perfect with the explanation. Of course, it doesn't always look this perfect xD But basically, I just look at colors and do what the colors tell me. Which sounds like horoscope shit, and maybe it is, but someone much smarter than me invented this math and knows the logic behind it. I just know it works.

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Hola Señor necesitas más pixeles?

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MA’s used vehicle lemon law is not the same as a lemon law for new vehicles. Also doesn’t apply to OPs situation.

Nice try my friend 👍😂

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Keep an eye on good signals.. advance/decline MAs.. new high/lows MAs.. give yourself room to be wrong with longer expiries.. trade the trend at overbought/oversold areas, stay hedged before key events (like CPI).. don’t be afraid to be early with profits, but no so much that you feel naked after.. look at charts versus SPY, etc to get a better clue on relative strength/weakness.. just some things I’m thinking about

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What’s stopping you? If I was in your situation I’d work as much as possible to pay off that $2500.

When my hospital was short on CNAs and MAs in the beginning of 2021, I’d volunteer to come in for 12 hour shifts on the weekend even though I work in Radiology.

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X-mas tree pickup

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Más putos!! That’s how you say more puts in Spanish

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I think people would be much better off if they applied some sort of trend following strategy with The Wheel. Most of the "Help me! I sold a put on XYZ" posts I see, I pull up the chart and the daily, weeklies, and monthlies look like a dog's breakfast. They are trading below all major MAs, volume is piddly, and the chart is printing a series of lower highs and lower lows in succession.

Honestly, I think the bare minimum to do the Wheel (assuming you are treating it like a short-term swing trade vs. a longer term strategy) is to trade it when a) price is above a medium term moving average like the 50 or 63 (quarterly) and made a new confirmed pivot high over it, over the quarterly Volume Profile Point of Control, the Weekly MACD is green and rising, etc. Honestly, anything that shows that the medium term trend is steadily holding to rising...it can be whatever you want it to be but it has to show strength.

Since the Wheel is generally a bullish strategy (the expectation is that the puts will never be assigned) you want price to keep making higher highs and higher lows. Once it stops doing that, you shut it down and look for a ticker that is. This is the reason so many people here and in /thetagang were so pro-Wheel for most of 2020-2021 is because the market just kept going higher. People can still trade the Wheel if that is what they are comfortable doing, but pick stocks that are strong, like energy and basic materials, or mining, for example. Don't trade $AMD, $TSLA, $NVDA, etc. because it has to turn around. Sure, it probably will, but is that $1.00 in premium right now really worth 6-18 months of pain and torture until it does?

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Has there ever been a circuit breaker in the week between X-Mas and New Year's Eve? If not, it's time to make history.

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It looks like Mommy and Daddy transferred $45k into your account. What a nice X mas gift. Go get laid. So sick of dorks trying to receive props for trades they never made.

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I got a new M2 MacBook Air for Chri$$$mas and real talk this is one of the most elegant pieces of technology I've ever put my hands on. I honestly cannot believe how powerful of a computer they stuffed into this tiny tiny object

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Aquí un compañero de España, en mi caso trabajo en Investment Banking / M&A, por lo que he visto algún caso similar de empresas de rápido crecimiento, y existe una opción intermedia a la de vender todo el negocio o continuar: hay fondos de inversión que están interesados en comprar minorías de empresas (sobretodo si son de rápido crecimiento) y que son capaces de aportar mucho conocimiento y una gran red de contactos y advisors que ayuden al equipo directivo a enfocarse en los aspectos más ‘core’ del negocio, permitiendo por una parte al equipo fundador mantener el control de la compañía, y por otra parte, mejorar la sostenibilidad y capacidad de ejecutar un plan estratégico de crecimiento a largo plazo. Si puedo ayudarte en cualquier cuestión, estaré encantado de hablar contigo por DM. ¡Un abrazo!

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So many Loss Porn for X-mas

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I should admit, I watched videos of his, where he was talking about stocks with moving averages on them, and I started using them.

I cannot say for sure that I did not come across those MAs before, but I think it is after watching the videos I started using them.

So bueno img

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I used to always try and trade based off indicators, rsi, macd, MA’s & maybe one or two others. But I’d end up losing money one way or the other. I was also trying to trade everyday and catch most moves until I ran out of BP for the day.

Then I tanked my account, took a break and came back to it. New strategy I use is almost exclusively price action. More specifically supple and demand zone breakthroughs only on days were a clear trend is present. Oh and only on SPY. Basically studied SPY’s price action for months and really don’t pay attention to too many other tickers.

Buy in after candlestick confirmation that price was not getting back above said broken S/D zone and ride the contracts out, scaling out until the next S/D zone or area of potential resistance/support.

Stopped trying to trade chop, cut losses quick in the event that I was wrong or enough buyers/sellers came in to drive price against my position. Figure if I set a hard stop loss of 10-20% (depending on position size), I won’t hold a losing position & “hope it comes back around”. I used to do that and would end up taking -50%-70% losses. There’s so many opportunities everyday for a better trade that even if after I sold at a loss & that position would have been in the green, it doesn’t bother me.

Capital preservation is #1 priority for new traders (me)

This method has been doing me very well as of recently. I guess it’s a scalping method since I buy close TTM cons and it doesn’t take a ton of movement for the premiums to substantially increase in value. Sell em quick— less time my money is in the market, the less it’s at risk.

I still keep some of those indicators in mind. Like for example when I’m in a position and prices is coming up on VWAP I’ll watch out there and potentially cut a trade early if it shows signs of reversing.

I’m up 23% TAV in December trading this way. Previous months I’d be in the negatives badly. Trading less, going with the trend and playing it safe in the name of consistency.

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I assume you learned a lot about the financing. Keep that info so you can do some napkin math real quick for any future home.

Also, be happy. You made a good choice walking out a day before x-mas. You avoided a headache. If you want a house buy a house, don't buy a major project. However, if you liked that home and are comfortable doing research, maybe make a new offer on it much lower then your first. $20,000 in repair should drop the price $30,000 or more for any other issues that might come up but don't do this unless you are comfortable with big of a project.

There are always other homes, be happy you've gained knowledge and didn't get stuck with something you weren't prepared for, it's a bummer but truly a blessing.

You'll get there someday. Lastly, no on involved is your friend. They all work on commission and want to make the sale, that's their priority, you being happy is secondary. I've been involved in 6 home purchase and sales and this is always what I've noticed. They also don't know shit about the market and make it up.

Last house I sold, the realtor wanted to list for $320,000. This freaked me out, I wanted to list it at $370k. Inlet her talk me into believing what wasn't true, we listed for $350k and sold it first day for $400k. Do your own research and trust yourself, don't trust salesmen.

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Lowes got us working at their warehouses on X mas eve. Most anti American thing ever...

BiG PuTs. Hole Net worth.

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Merry X-mas. You have all been very naughty, very naughty indeed.

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Merry Ho-mas ya filthy animals. See y’all on Tuesday you regards.

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Ho Ho Ho! Merry 0DTE-mas!

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😂The rate-hiking Santa imposter - great! May be Jim Cramer didn't recognize J.Pow in the Red Santa Suit. Merry X-mas and success in Santa Red or Grinchy Green.

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Hoping some rich samaritan will help you? I'm too cynical? Anyway I hope someone pays your debt too.

You will be fine. Do you have any idea the amount of people who would kill to be in your position? 50k debt or not. I asume you are young and have some opportunities. Just Try to enjoy the christmas or atleast the dollar menu from Taco Bell (Mas), and I hope some rich fucker pays it off.

Either way you will be fine. And you will feel fine pretty soon. People fuck up much more all the time. Have a well regarded christmas.

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Some say Santa rally starts after X-mas and goes into first 2 trading days of the next year. So who knows. 🤷‍♂️

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Hijo de gallegos en el extranjero. Las inversiones en EEUU dán más ganancias

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Dipped the toes in on TSLA short-dayed calls today. I'm not sure the stock is worth $125 quite honestly but this feels like alot of year-end tax loss selling. Every noob caught long is bailing before x-mas, worth a quick low risk shot.

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Marry chist mas

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I dunno about today. But if there’s another sell off tomorrow, I’m buying some calls to hold over the weekend. Maybe I get a little X-mas miracle.

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“Look out earth. I’m dreaming of a red x-mas” Robot-Santa

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I expected a red day, but not THIS red. I’m gonna have to buy my wife’s X-mas gift on layaway. img

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Merry img Christ imgimgimgmas!

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Bloody X-mas for the bulls. Ouch.

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  • Introduce yourself: I am prolific on Reddit, but I need an anon account to discuss finances and such.
  • Age / Industry / Location: 30-35, Sales, Management, UK
  • General goals: My wife and I would like to be FI with the option to RE in about 10-15 years from now.
  • Target FIRE Age / Amount / Withdrawal Rate / Location: 40-49. We want about £50,000 per year to work with, but could survive on about £35,000 per year. 4% withdrawal rate.
  • Educational background and plans: Wife and I have BAs, no plans for further study at this time, but we both have a desire to get MAs if our situation allows for it, purely out of personal interest.
  • Career situation and plans: I am self-employed at present, but I am anticipating being hired fulltime in the UK by my primary client. My wife has a stable career in civil service.
  • Current and future income breakdown: our combined post tax income is ~ £69,780 per year. I anticipate this will go up to ~ £82,700 per year in 2023.
  • Budget breakdown: it's hard to break things out into pure spending/investments/savings because we are prolific savers for things. Saving toward next car, saving toward future holidays, etc. so we have a large "budgeted" portion that may imply out of control spending. We spend about £1,750 per month on absolutely unavoidable essentials (things we could not cut even if we wanted to, such as mortgage, council tax, basic utilities, food, etc.) - we save/spend about £830 per month on discretionary things (car, public transport, home insurance, private medical insurance, dentist/optometrist, day or weekend trips to historic sites, restaurants, gym membership, etc.) - we save about £1240 per month in cash toward future large ticket things (home renovations/repairs, holidays [vacations for the yanks], our next car to buy used in cash, etc.). We therefore spend/save for future spending about £3,820 out of £5,815 in take home pay. The rest goes to retirement or other savings.
  • Asset breakdown: £79,000 of equity in our home, a car worth about £7,500 currently on the secondary market, about £5,500 in a SIPP , about $31,000 in US IRAs (so £25,500 at todays FX), £50,000 worth of Bitcoin that I mined back in the day. Plan to continue holding and not selling that. Altogether our networth across everything is about £250,000 at the moment.
  • Debt breakdown: Mortgage that leaves about £79,000 of equity. Tax liabilities (self-employed) covered by cash savings. Small amounts of monthly credit card debt paid off in full each month. We like cash back.
  • Health concerns: none at present. Have a private health insurance plan plus NHS coverage.
  • Family: for now DINK, may do kids at some point in the future.
  • Other info: this is the big one. I am a US citizen, my spouse is British. This gives us a unique mess (opportunity?) in picking retirement vehicles and investments. I currently have a UK SIPP and two US IRAs. Spouse has British private pensions from past and current job. I am well versed in FIRE, but I am trying to wrap my head around actually going for it now that our income is about to go up decently. I am having trouble visualising which accounts I will need and how much to be FI and RE ready within 15 years. I think we need about £1.4 million across everything to be at the 4% target we need, and I think this is doable, but how to split that between SIPP, workplace pensions, existing IRAs in the US, etc. is giving me a headache. Especially the timing. If we use a S&S ISA to cover our RE if needed, I want our retirement accounts to be funded enough that they will continue to grow to what is needed past age 55 (the drawing age in the UK) and 59 (IRAs). Would appreciate any comments or tips!
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Chumps paying for someone else's X-Mas presents. lol

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I just want to also add a very merry x mas to all TSLA bears ❤️

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Beware of the post X-Mas Krampus

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Live mas

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"BuT He'S tHE THoMAs EdISon oF ouR TiMe"

-the sycophants on Fox News

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On the bright side, there will be a lot of empty boxes in the ally after X-Mas!

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Could people give me clarification on the article? As in what job sector are these wages in and also is there discrepancies across different geographical regions in the US?

As someone who's in healthcare, I can say that entry/mid level healthcare workers (MAs, front desk, etc) are starting at 16-18 dollars an hour for a gross annual salary of 33-35k. I'm based in the USA and specifically in NC.

I want to say I am NOT at all against people making more nor do I NOT understand that inflation is most definitely a thing and people are struggling out there. It's more of a curiosity on my part because US healthcare is constrained a lot due to underlying payment negotiation and rules and thus are unable to expand it's pay base as quickly as other sectors.

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GUH-mas came early

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Doing that before x-mas You must be daft

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Nahh, 200 week MA’s have historically been a place for rallies. I’m bearish on TSLA but a lot of traders will view that as a buying point, even if it’s a short term hold.

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Start with…

  • I was drunk
  • I may have recalled this incorrectly
  • but did we agree to get into a mentorship arrangement during the x-mas party?

He should see an out if he doesn’t really wanna do it. But he might be keen cos no one asked him before. Worth a shot.

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Dime por qué

no es nada más que un dolor de corazón Dime por qué no es nada más que un error Dime por qué

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Oi, desculpe a demora, faz muito tempo que não entro nessa conta. Em termos financeiros, não sei como está meu progresso pois parei de focar ou pensar nisso. Continuo juntando dinheiro e investindo, mas parei de pensar nisso todos os dias ou olhando minhas contas e fazendo cálculos.

Estou focando na minha saúde mental e em levar cada dia de uma vez. Fui promovida no trabalho e estou ganhando melhor. Me mudei para um bairro melhor em um condomínio pois um cara me atacou onde eu morava e não estava mais me sentindo segura.

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You should be up on this position by 2k and I think we hit 390 by X-mas

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I finished my X-Mas shopping for stocks today. I'm done buying for the year. I really hope the S&P finds support at 3862.

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How much money ya cucks gonna lose before u Say NO MAS

Even bears were smarter than this during bull mkt

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Menudo análisis de mierda. Un niño de dos años tiene más cerebro que tú y tus mil apoyos. Patético!!!

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What is SDI? Also depends on OPs state whether they can get paid on leave (e.g. MA’s PFML)

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He wants pain this x mas

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Ho ho ho, Merry Calls-mas

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Sim, comece escrevendo em inglês em um grupo que fala em inglês. Depois pesquise sobre Amazon FBA, não moro mais no Brasil mas ouvi falar de pessoas fazendo no Brasil com sucesso. Depois tente EUA.(eu faço lá e estou tendo um bom sucesso) Sucesso pra você

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