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You can Wikipedia the RealID Act it first tried to be passed in 2005:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_ID_Act

Then when they put chips in credit cards (most importantly forcing people to use them even though the strips are still on the back) I was saying, see they are chipping IDs and money.

The strangest part about all of this over the past now 17 years is how uninterested or in denial people were in it and how recently the word "conspiracy" has been welcomed by people to allow the plan to continue.

It started with informing people of what was happening 15 years ago which was met with disinterest or denial. And it has evolved 15 years later into an "enforcement" countdown on the government website and people using the word "conspiracy" to claim it's actually good to be chipped everywhere you go.

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Make sure they're a registered investment advisor and have a fiduciary duty for that too. My mom recently met a "financial advisor" who's a "fiduciary" but he was actually just an insurance salesman trying to sell her whole life and annuities. He was a fiduciary but only for insurance products and there's a lot of wiggle room there.

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I met my wife when we were both at the bank picking up our dividends! That's some top quality human interaction time. I love putting on the top hat and monocle, it's my favorite part of the ritual. That and staring the teller in the eye while I chant "the interest is not for you to keep, but for me to reap!"

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Just think about all the people you met, and kinda figure out who is of average intelligence when you compare them with each other. Think of the dumb shit they do or don’t do. Then realize that a bit less than half the world is dumber than those people.

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Take your time interviewing certified financial planners who are fuduciaries. I have been speaking with a some and haven't found one yet I feel comfortable with. The first was a young guy that was a financial analyst, not fuduciary. He was quite the sales guy and asked me within his first 3 questions how much money I had, he seemed liked a car salesman. The next was a CFP and fuduciary that I had a zoom meeting with. She would not show her face, seemed miffed I asked if she was a fuduciary. It was just weird. Another CFP and fuduciary I met with on zoom, spoke to me face to face, but as I was asking her questions and told her my concerns, i didn't feel i got the feedback I needed. She also started asking me specifics on which non profits I give money to, which I found odd and too specific for our initial meeting. They will want you to send them copies of your assets, such as financial statements, but I've chosen so far not to do that so far since I haven't found one yet I want to move forward with. Take your time. Keep your money in a good interest savings until you make a decision. The market is totally jacked now, so i think it's good to take it slow and steady with new money like you have. Good luck!

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As a person with chronic illness, I would die to have unlimited PTO. I wouldn't abuse it...but it would mean I wouldn't have to debate whether I should:
hide in my cube while I'm crying in agony and hope the pain passes before someone sees me, while the stress of "not getting work done" makes the pain worse
or,
go home and sleep it off so I can actually focus on doing my job.

OP: Piggybacking on this good comment, also ask about overtime/comp time. If OT is allowed, are you paid for overtime and can you choose to get paid in comp (PTO) vs extra money?

Generally, I agree with others who say that it looks bad to renegotiate if they already met your request.

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My husband and I are both 25 and definitely lack confidence. We just started our careers and want to start investing. He met with an advisor from EJ. We haven’t acted on anything yet. Do fidelity, or these other options also have FAs? Or are they solely self-managed accounts?

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If you mean General Liability, there are two issues for GL:

  1. Whether they're covered

  2. how much it costs to cover them

While, generally speaking, most policies will cover uninsured subs, some policies do have either exclusions for subs, or limitations for subs that might exclude coverage if certain conditions are not met. Whether you have a policy that contains those limitations is not something experience can guess at, your policy either has exclusions/conditional limitations regarding subs or it doesn't, and reading it is the only way to know for sure.

Second issue for GL is premium. Generally speaking, the premium rates for work done by insured subs is much lower than that for employees doing that work. If you use uninsured subs, then at least for construction work, you will get charged for what you paid for that work, based on the higher rate charged for employees.

You said you are not necessarily talking about construction. Construction work is usually charged based off payroll and sub costs, operations other than construction are often charged on gross revenue, not payroll, so it's more complicated to determine how or whether you're paying more for uninsured subs. No way to really comment on anything else without knowing what kind of operations you are referring to.

The above is General Liability. If you mean coverage like Employment Practices, Cyber, Errors and Omissions, etc, those are much more complex. It'd be unwise to even try to guess at those without a copy of your policy in one hand and full details on the contractual terms of your relationship with the sub in the other.

There's another side to this though. Even if your insurance does cover them, if you actually consider them an independent sub and not an employee, you should want them to have insurance. First reason is perceptual: Some insurance companies get the idea that uninsured subs are not properly supervised or trained, and since they aren't insured either, that your business is a bad risk. this can make getting insurance difficult or more expensive. Or it could make renewing it more difficult if your insurance doesn't find out about using uninsured subs until later on.

Second reason is, if the sub causes a loss that would have been covered by their own insurance, if they had it, but is covered by your insurance instead, that loss could make your premiums go up. If that sub stops working for you after that, you're stuck with the fallout of increasing insurance premiums. If they purport to be an independent contractor, wouldn't you want them to commit to the insurance cost that comes with being independent?

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That's one way, yes, but it not the only way. Direct payments from treasury are another. How do you think military payroll is met? You think the fed has to have a fucking bake sale to fund our middle east adventures?

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It's not really that uncommon for a good welder to make six figures. I've talked to some underwater welders who mostly worked on oil rigs and they could make something like $30-50k/month. And many of them had a story where they got paid tens of thousands of dollars for a day's work because the thing they fixed was costing the company $250k/day and they were the only person on site that could do it.

On the flip side, every underwater welder I've talked to has been one of the weirdest people I've ever met.

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Yeah that’s what it is. I’ve met some old dudes that lived an active lifestyle and ate right and look like they’re in their 30s. You would’ve been surprised when they told you they were actually 56

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I've finally met the Wimp Lo of investing! I've drawn first blood, making you the victor. Have a nice day.

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> This has nothing to do with NFTs and noobs in the market

well, the noobs bid up Dogecoin to be worth more than Ford and Met Life, for a brief moment of lunacy.

the noobs might have something to do with this mess

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I'm not soliciting advice for my business on this account. If you met me in actual life you would have no idea I was an addict. I am actually a b2b sales consultant. If you're truly offering 3-6k in commission potential that should justify being able to hire a consultant that would run sales for you. Your up front cost will most likely be closer to 6k. But any good consultant can work with you to streamline your process, which in turn should allow you more revenue than you're projecting. Obviously this is heavily dependent on what your business model is based around. Are you selling a service or goods? What's your target sales audience? Average sales cycle? Market caps? Etc? All these questions should be answered before signing with a consultant. Ideally you'd have a business plan and give them access to your books.

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This is probably true , I just have problems too, as does everyone , and my life was shit for years . Life isn’t easy for anybody , and I have honestly never met someone who hadn’t been through some sort of trauma in their life. It’s just how it is these days. Sometimes I think people who keep their problems to themselves , get overlooked as being ok just because they don’t make it outwardly known what happened to them. Everyone has shit that is hard to deal with. Bottom line.

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Every thread that tangentially mentions Japan has the same tropes:

  • Masses of people who believe Japan's birth rate is basically the lowest in the world, while it's average compared to other Asian countries and compared to native populations in Western countries.
  • People who suggest mass immigration as some of sort of win-win, when everyone knows it isn't.
  • Discussions about Japan's current immigration criteria.
  • At some point someone will bring up Japan's debt, which will be met with a reply claiming that it's majority domestic debt and can be refinanced whenever. This will spin off into a conversation about debt that goes nowhere.
  • Discussions about how a focus on automation can help Japan's aging population, as opposed to immigration. Conversations about automation follow, fun to read, but quickly become very futuristic.
  • Some comment that they're facing a situation all countries will face at some point with regards to insufficient birth rate, so we should cheer for them to find a solution other than 'import people from poorer countries'.
  • Reactionary top-level comments decrying any perceived sentiment of not wanting to need immigration as an -ism. There will be some [deleted] comments.
  • An idealistic comment that infinite exponential population growth is inherently unsustainable and "we" (globally) should accept that and learn to live with smaller but stable populations instead. Generally not very well received on an investing subreddit.
  • Various easy comments dunking on Japanese work culture and such.

It's so tiring.

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Can’t fall asleep rn.

Just remembered that time 12 years ago when a cute girl I didn’t recognize friended me on fb and so I messaged her saying “have we met before?” And she was like yeah we both volunteer at X place. And then I had to be like “oh haha sorry I just didn’t recognize you in your profile pic.” Then she never responded and I don’t think I talked to her again and then I think we ended up volunteering on different days. cringe

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This. I met a guy that does website and marketing at a networking event. After a couple of times seeing him there and getting to know him, he seemed like a stand up guy.

I've referred 4 people in the last 2 months to him because they were looking for someone. Do I know other website/marketing people? Sure, but I know him and like him more than the others I've met, so he gets the leads.

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My husband’s former employer provided a 401(k) through Thrivent. He did not have to declare himself a Christian (unless he signed something without realizing it when he set up the account). We actually met with and interviewed the company’s rep with Thrivent when we were looking to hire a financial planner and thought we’d start there since they were administering my husband’s 401(k) anyway, without knowing that it was a fraternal order. Being agnostic it instantly made me a bit uncomfortable, so one of my first questions was whether all users had to be Lutheran or Christian. I was very clearly told no, you don’t have to be Christian. But, fees and profits to Thrivent are donated to charitable causes. We didn’t get into what those causes were. We didn’t end up hiring them mostly because the rep was an absolute slimeball, but it made me uncomfortable.

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Wow Winnie the Pooh met a lot of world leaders

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I think I met this woman.

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I usually keep receipts but I met a random person somewhere who wanted my lens so he offered to pay for it. I know the date of the transaction and amount sold but I don't have personal details about the person.

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You could always spend the gift on a group vacation. I did that once - they met me in another city, and I secretly upgraded their flights and paid for the hotels. That way you are using their gift, just on the four of you. Or you can space it out and put that money into a 1 year CD and every year taking all 4 of you out for a really nice dinner!

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I’ve done a couple Of things over the years after being laid off 3 times. With company stock I’ve negotiated a 3 year vesting period Vs a standard 4 and I’ve successfully negotiated a better severance package if certain employment times weren’t met. This was back in 2009. That one took a bit, but it paid off. Worked 6 months then the economy tanked and got 6months of severance. You can also negotiate cell phone if you expect to use it for work.

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Vacation staying with this italian girl met through a friend

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If you learn a trade, and become a GC/lumber/electrician you have to think outside the box. Working with your hands is for dumbies, get people working for you.

The same applies for doctors - if they want to clear $400-500k a year they have to open a practice or have an alternative income stream (generally).

I’m in the trades and most of my coworkers make $150k on average, with several outliers doing over $300k. The next step is opening their own contracting firm, and I’ve met guys who make millions doing this.

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Even if you’ve met your deductible, make sure where they send you is in network, has a pre-auth. Bcbs of NC needs a pre-auth for practically everything. Confirm that your deductible year ends in March 2023 in writing. Confirm that the referral meets medical necessity, that your plan covers the referral CPT code. Insurance plans are the pits and will screw you over for anything they can.

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I'm not a spring chicken myself but I have met not one but two women around 80 who before retiring had done embedded systems work in assembly language. RESPECT

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Ex's are the worst... Kinda like OP's portfolio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2wvtxke4po

"Anyone who's seen my dick and met my parents, needs to die. I can't have them running around" - John Mulaney, getting it.

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Thrivent sucks, full stop.

We shed an old account my wife had with her Brother-in-Law that is a Thrivent Financial Advisor. When my wife started making good money (before we met) she needed help investing, so he set her up an account and put her into 2 of their funds.

Account fees are around 2% of balance and they only offer their overpriced funds that doesn’t do much better than Index Funds. The expense ratio/fees for the funds she had was around 1.3%

So in all about 3.3% of her $$ was being siphoned off to Thrivent, which explains the obscene amount of money he makes off the backs of his clients.

They also lightly Jesus it up to get inroads to the pocket books of Lutheran folks, it peeves me. Being an atheist this type of using Jesus and peoples belief to tap their wallets is disgusting to me. They even have a cross in their logo.

We moved it to TD Ameritrade, no account fees and they offer everything, stocks, third party mutual funds and Index funds.

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They physically met in a room you fucking dumbass. That’s the whole point you must be autistic to not understand what I meant.

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I do have the documentation available if I need it, but it could be some work. Every documented income transaction is labeled, and on the other side I either have a receipt or credit card transaction recorded somewhere, or can look it up somewhere. But again a lot of it is cash, and the guy I met at a high school fifty miles away to buy a $70 Pelican case for $20 didn’t want to give me a receipt. I have a Facebook Messenger conversation in which we agreed on the price, though, so if I really needed proof there’s that, and most of them are similar. The trouble is they can be hard to find because the search tool in Messenger is weak, and I’m not really sure how to store that. A PDF of every conversation?

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I met a couple during the pandemic that retired in their 20s because they were collecting 55k salaries each on unemployment and living in their van, they had nothing keeping them from working except their laziness

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I think thats the biggest issue with social media... all these influencers have people forgetting that a job is a job. Its not a fun thing, its work. Its a way to make money to pay bills. Stop watching people on social media who make their "jobs" seem so fun and entertaining. If you have the means to be an influencer, then give it a shot. But outside of that, no job is truly "enjoyable". I have never met someone in my life who says "I like my job so much I would do it for free."

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It's entirely dependent on the specifics of the plan and usage. I have a family of four with moderate usage, where we have regular expenses, but only once or twice met one person's deductible in the past decade and only once hit one person's oop max (each individual on the plan only needs to meet their portion of the deductible/oop max, which is half of the family ones). Being on the HDHP has saved me at least $2000 each year primarily because the premiums are so cheap in comparison.

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Have you met other redditors ?

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That is a lot of house for a single guy. And then there is the emotional BS to go along with it.

I was in a similar situation about 10 years ago. I took the money made on our house and ran. Then I found a very small starter home that was so inexpensive that the money I made on my last house, plus money I had saved, I was able to put 60% down. Basically I bought something to better suit my new single income situation.

And since I put so much down on the little house, 6 years later when I met someone new, and we wanted to move in together, I had a house to sell that I could make some serious bank on to put into a larger house for the two of us.

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You need to ask yourself why you invested in the companies you did when you did. And what if your investment goal? IE are you holding for 5,10,15 years? Or just looking to swing since the market is so volatile?

Did you yeet money into memes because Reddit bros told you to trust them? Or did you buy solid companies?

Global and US macro conditions have been awful and pointing to a significant downturn since mid last year. It just seems like people are finally starting to accept reality.

Depending on what you own and how much you're down the point in selling might be past you. Obviously this depends on your risk tolerance and if you need the money.

If you don't actually need the money and are invested in solid companies then personally I'd say ride this out and/or DCA to lower your average.

Writing down your investment goals and developing a trading plan (IE I'm holding for X amount of days, weeks, months, years or at X percentage gain I'll take profits and enter back in when X criteria is met) will help keep you grounded and focused on why you bought what you bought when you bought it.

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Are you the oldest redditor I’ve met yet? Yes, yes you are! I’m impressed ❤️

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If you asked for a certain salary and they met it unless there's something else you can point to that would justify higher, it'd be a bit impertinent to then ask for more. If you want to look at vacation time or working from home or some other aspect you could try to negotiate that but I probably wouldn't readdress salary after they gave you what you asked for.

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I met Bill Nye at a dive bar in Albequrque NM. He had already had a few beers when I sat down but we got to talking about nerdy science stuff and eventually AI. He told me some....concerning things about Alphabet and Waymo, new projects they were involved with, funding, etc that were probably privileged information. Pretty in depth and definitely impactful financially. How does one profit off of this?

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In California you'll feel like you're getting a good deal spending 200 on a fucking tent, yes. I for one bought 5 acres with a 340sqft yurt, no house. But it's got an outhouse! And an additional THREE TENTS so ALL my broke ass friends can come live in squalor, too far from anything to work a job! In the winter conditions border on dangerous with this level of insulation! I bought for 190k. It's an hour plus from town and twenty minutes back a dirt 4x4 track. The neighborhood has like a distinctly methy flavor, like you can almost catch it wafting in the breeze. It snows like 5 feet overnight here sometimes, wood stove is the only heat source.... What else... Oh, after like a year the dirt-bag meth-head neighbor who lives in a giant garbage pile started being nosey, and about three times a week he just walks over and meth monologues at you. He roped me into helping with a fallen tree one time, saw the house and immediately gave up on all hope for this human, and that's when I met the golem. I'm not sure if it's a man or a woman, it lives in a tiny tow behind covered with six or seven different shredded tarps and from a distance just looks like another garbage pile.... Two of the neighbors I thought were sane based on their comparative cleanliness turned out to be profoundly not, one in an alcoholic way, one in a 'Nam PTSD way. Two OD deaths & one body in the neighborhood since I moved in three years ago, the sheriff's really don't like coming back here so you know it's a cool spot. I figure if all of these gross people die, someone moves in and throws down on a build, we get three houses actually permitted back here and get a road grant, then bam, whammo, it's a decent place to live.

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Just as a counterpoint to the community college argument.. the "College Experience" is definitely something to consider. I was lucky enough to get a pretty substantial scholarship, but those first two years were also some of my fondest memories and where I met most of my college friends that I keep in touch with now.

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The amount of times I would check this thread since you posted it, on an hourly basis - something I never thought would occur on Reddit. I’ve never met you, but man - even in the worst of times, you need to kick at the darkness until it bleeds daylight. Be strong, continue to be strong, and see what your life means to people who have never even met you.

Glad you’re still here.

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I was on here before most of the current mods and this place helped me get started on my journey and I met a lot of great people. Now it's a wasteland ruined by mod egos. It's like the current mods do not understand how Reddit is supposed to work.

But /r/Fire is where it is at today. LOTS of great content, ideas, and perspectives and you can kill hours there.

Good luck to everyone in their FIRE journey! Remember to enjoy the journey.

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The most successful investor I've ever met stopped trading 30 years ago. Now he just reinvests dividends or makes minor portfolio adjustments.

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Actually they would. Your dad met with a Revenue Agent who handles the auditing. If your dad didnt respond to the letter and schedule an appointment they would just disallow whatever was in question and he would end up with a tax bill. Now what happens when someone owes or stops filing and isnt responding to mail? IRS has Revenue Officers that are assigned collection duties to taxpayers that owe balances or have deliquent returns. OP should have stilled filed a return even if he was claimed as a dependent and had no balance due.

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I am a physician, I am not certain of how go about finding these programs. But I have met a number of nurses who worked for as a CNA or patient in care in some capacity and their employer paid for their nursing degree as long as they returned to work for them. Not sure if they were accelerated programs or BSN. The industry is desperate for bed side nurses, look around for these programs before paying paying your own way.

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A friend of mine who is quite a successful lawyer told me that the most impressive people he's met are not the Ivy League alumni, but the people who went to community college and state schools. If this is an option for you, go for it.

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i met this venezuelan migrant the other day and he told me his name was brian howard

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Big in coal (met) anyone else? Specificakly $arch, but i'm trying to understand the recent price action. Can anyone help me?

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Jpow: there has never been a stronger job market or economy

1928 State of the Union: No Congress of the United States ever assembled, on surveying the state of the Union, has met with a more pleasing prospect than that which appears at the present time.

Coincidence 🤔???

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Just left the dog park. Weird people. I didn’t have a dog but met someone with big feet

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IRAs and 401(k)s operate independently of one another, so first I’ll cover IRAs.

Roth IRA is often recommended over traditional IRA because the traditional IRA contributions are only tax deductible if your income falls below certain limits (which are somewhat low if your work offers a 401(k) - $68,000 this year). You can still contribute if your income is above that, but you lose the tax advantage.

However it’s also important to know if your income is too high ($129,000 for this year), you can’t contribute to a Roth IRA at all. In that case people will do what’s called a “backdoor Roth IRA,” but the details are not important unless you fall into that category.

The other big difference between Roth and traditional is being taxed now vs being taxed when you withdraw the money in retirement. So the choice is largely a matter of your current income and how that compares to your expected income in retirement.

Whether you choose Roth or traditional, they both have tax advantages over using a brokerage account. However, IRAs are retirement funds, so you cannot necessarily cash them out without penalty the way you can with a brokerage account. Traditional IRAs cannot be withdrawn before age 59.5 without penalty. With a Roth IRA, you can always withdraw your contributions (not gains), and you can also withdraw early without penalty for certain other uses like a down payment on a first home. Roth IRAs also do not force you to start withdrawing at a certain age in retirement like other retirement accounts do (these are called required minimum distributions).

Now for 401(k)s, if your employer offers a match, definitely contribute enough to get the full match, as that’s the best return you’ll get for your money. Beyond that, the choice of Roth vs traditional is a matter of income and tax rate now vs in retirement.

So in summary,

  1. Contribute enough to your 401(k) to fully earn any match your employer offers.
  2. Max out an IRA (choose traditional or Roth based on income/tax level)
  3. Contribute more to your 401(k) (traditional or Roth based on income/tax level) up to however much you want to be saving for retirement
  4. Once you’ve met your retirement savings goals or exhausted your tax advantaged account options, invest in a taxable brokerage
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I've met so many people who don't understand taxes.

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Tickers of Interest

Gamma Max Cross

  • FRO 10/21 13C for $0.65 or less
  • SARK 10/21 60P for $2.70 or less
  • AES 10/21 24P for $0.45 or less
  • VET 10/21 20P for $0.60 or less
  • FAZ 10/21 26.5P for $1.65 or less

Delta Neutral Cross

  • AAPL 10/21 155C for $3.50 or less
  • LVS 10/21 36C for $1.70 or less
  • JNJ 10/21 165P for $3.05 or less
  • MET 10/21 64C for $1.85 or less
  • SNOW 10/21 85C for $10.45 or less

Trading Thesis

Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.

This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.

For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.

It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.

The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.

Notes

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
  • I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.
  • The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

FAQ

  • These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
    • No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
  • Are you entering all these plays?
    • No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
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I was delivery driver at a local Italian place in 2006 or 7 when stuff was still good and our pizza cook was a stock broker in the 80s. He said it was no big deal back then to spend $400 on a limo and drinks after work then black Monday happened and him and all his co-workers lost their jobs. I wish I could go back and talk to him more about it. I would be interested to fill in that 15 - 20 year period. I was young and not into investing yet so I didn't give it much thought. It would be interesting to know the path from stock broker to pizza cook. He was a good dude though and probably in his late 50s or early 60s when I met him so I hope it was just a low stress easy job that gave him something to do.

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it brings you to the origins of the families coming together (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldman%E2%80%93Sachs_family):

“The Goldman–Sachs family is a family of Ashkenazi Jewish descent known for the leading investment bank Goldman Sachs. Marcus Goldman, while attending classes at the synagogue in Würzburg, met Joseph Sachs, who would become his lifelong friend.”

FYI that’s (wurzburg) in Europe in case you didn’t know… the families had known each other prior to the states.

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If you click on the link right at the top of the paragraph you linked, it brings you to the origins of the families coming together (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldman%E2%80%93Sachs_family):

“The Goldman–Sachs family is a family of Ashkenazi Jewish descent known for the leading investment bank Goldman Sachs. Marcus Goldman, while attending classes at the synagogue in Würzburg, met Joseph Sachs, who would become his lifelong friend.”

FYI that’s (wurzburg) in Europe in case you didn’t know… the families had known each tiger way before they went to America. The families were conducting business along with the Lehman’s family (of Lehman brothers) who were also from wurzberg. “Mayer Lehman was born in 1830 to a German Jewish family in the small Franconian town of Rimpar near Würzburg. “

Gomand, sachs, and Lehman had known each other already I. Wirzburg way before they went to the states. They were conducting business together for a long time.

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That’s a bit disingenuous. Or maybe you’re not getting my point. I’d say that different families e.g family friends don’t organise to emigrate together as a whole. Mostly it’s members of a family that decide to emigrate out (I.e. parents with the children from China or India for example). Communities as a whole may do it “together” e.g Indians and Asians en masse, but they’re not doing it together per se in the sense that they all know each other and plan to leave together…

Which is why it’s interesting history that they (Goldman and sachs) actually both met as friends first already in Germany and then decided to startup a company together in the states. They literally did it “together” int he most literal sense.

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Business cards, in my experience, are used for two things:

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  1. Exchange contact information with someone you just met.
  2. Make extemporaneous notes on the back side of the card for you and for your new prospect to remember important information like what was of interest, action items, etc.

I joined a company once that had so much stuff on both sides of the card, that they were useless at trade shows, networking events, etc. I had them re-design new cards with white blank backs for my sales teams.

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I see many people paying attention, when was the last time you met someone without a political opinion? Look at Reddit, many people getting involved.

Democrat vs. Republican is a a non starter for me, maybe democrats seem slightly more… reasonable… but from the uk both parties seem equally corrupt and self interested, the democrats ‘green’ leader Biden has his son working for oil companies.

I just think Americans should exercise their right to vote outside of the 2 current parties. It would be a slower fight to get in a complete outsider party, but worth while in the long run.

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>HUNGARY FOREIGN MINISTER SAYS HAS MET RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER LAVROV IN NEW YORK - FACEBOOK POST

^First ^Squawk ^@FirstSquawk ^at ^2022-09-23 ^01:14:39 ^EDT-0400

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Doesn't matter, not enough funds, means not enough funds. They'll have about 78% or so of their funding met by taxes, and that's it, once the account hits zero. Interestingly enough, that also mean that administration can cut costs since they don't have any investments at that point

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Anyway ever go to south east asia? I went on what was supposed to be a 2 week vacation to philippines, slept with a bunch of hoes then met my wife. Been here three years and have two kids now, im rich but you can live like a king and fuck around endlessly for like 2k a month. My wifes parents are paying like 80 bucks a month in rent and another maybe 100 for other bills. Food is cheap and better quality in terms of chemicals and gmo/freshness, can get away with sub 500 for quality necessities, the rest just drinking/hooker money and the girls are fit as fuck unlike US.

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Do you work in acute care? If you do, you’ll know that we work to capacity at all times. There are patient/staff ratios that need to be met.

Take nursing as the easiest example. Say there is a unit with 60 patients. The acuity of the patients dictates that 6 patients is the max that an RN can take without significantly affecting patient safety. They need ten nurses.

20% less nurses = 8 nurses. They can safely care for 48 patients. What about the other 12 patients?

Scheduling, management, I don’t see what difference it makes. You still need two more nurses. Not sure what there is to argue about that.

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Real money’s out back behind the dumpster. I’ve met some swell dudes.

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As a dev, I hate check-ins.

Almost to the point I won't work at a place that has them.

Remote teams work well when the remote person has autonomy.

Give deadlines make sure they're met and the rest is irrelevant

If you want to do weekly 1:1 cool.

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$MET Has a Forecast PEADrift price projection for the next 44 days of $65.08. Max price $69.28, Mean $64.75 and Min $59.67. You can check here https://t.co/t0gxuyAKhQ https://t.co/zosnUxx841
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$MET $40.00 Jan 17 2025 PUT ⬇️🌊 Underlying: $66.11 % Difference: 65.27% Daily $ Volume: $596,125 Volume: 2,510 OI: 12 IV: 35.24% Bid/Ask: $0.55/$4.20
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