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PepsiCo, Inc.

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I call call my dick Johnny Depp because it gets physically and emotionally abused on the reg.

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$PEP is way more diversified than $KO. Pepsi owns Frito-Lay, Quaker, and Gatorade.

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PEP and GIS are doing well. So glad I bought based off thinking people will still be buying Pepsi and cereal even in a recession.

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I went heavy UNH too. Also bought PEP heavy. I dont get why healthcare stocks and stuff like PEP are rarely discussed on this sub but I will continue to buy despite the lack of discussion.

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Absolutely find a better shop. Dealers are not going to give you a good price and even they came in well below the pep boys quote. Another option is not going with a “new” motor which can be a gamble. I needed to replace the 502ci motor in one of my bucket trucks. A crate motor would have been $9k without install. A used motor was $5k with install. A reputable shop often has reputable guys they can source this type of motor from.

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Also OP talking about letting Pep Boys do the work frightens me as they are not known to be good at all with stuff like this. I’d find someone who works specifically on Jeeps, and there should be some available since Jeeps have their own subculture. The price definitely sounds high!

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There's a ton of deals that are already great and soon will be unbelievable.

tech META GOOGL semis INTC NVEC Fintech PYPL STNE materials TSE DOW WRK Housing Z Communications WBD

Watching some profitable microcaps with amazing balance sheets and killer margins CRMZ ZDGE TBTC. Just waiting for them to get absurdly cheap.

Also slowly building shorts in consumer staples because this bear market has made them absurdly overvalued. KO PEP. When this bear market is over these stocks will fall in half.

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Pep boys, had good experiences with them up to this point. Also the closest shop I could limp the Jeep too, considering having it towed somewhere else for a second opinion.

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Give it a pep talk big boy

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How can we make consumers more confident? Maybe they just need a pep talk

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Taking a quick cleaning break so far laundry is going and the bathrooms are done, kitchen done minus the floors. Gotta put a little bit more pep in my step to have time to hand wash the floors but my ocd has kicked in so I hand scrubbed the bathrooms completely. Sheets next.

Hope your Sunday is just as exciting!

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Why does it matter that UNFI makes $24b in sales if it only makes $250m in net income and with agri commodities inflation that will only go lower. They barely make any money to get by, have $2b in long term debt (with interest rates rising), no dividend, not only no buybacks but they are issuing more shares! There is no value in this company and I'm sure the same goes for everything else in your miserable original post. God, if you like these kinds of equities just buy PEP or PG. You wont see much growth but at least you will get paid some dividends and there are share buybacks too instead of dilution. You might be trolling me but if you don't just invest in ETF and do not pick individual equities to invest in. You will lose your shirt.

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Category 2 (part 1)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PEP|PepsiCo, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|166.13|229705133541|22.72|07/12/2022| |FRC|First Republic Bank|Financial|146.91|26397435862|18.67|07/12/2022| |WFC|Wells Fargo & Company|Financial|40.76|154494741158|8.48|07/13/2022| |BLK|BlackRock, Inc.|Financial|647.78|98140747334|16.28|07/13/2022| |FAST|Fastenal Company|Industrials|51.9|29873957468|30.45|07/13/2022| |DAL|Delta Air Lines, Inc.|Industrials|31.2|20001010089|39.53|07/13/2022| |JPM|JPMorgan Chase & Co.|Financial|117.32|344574705103|8.71|07/14/2022| |MS|Morgan Stanley|Financial|77.82|136129202526|9.9|07/14/2022| |CAG|Conagra Brands, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|34.1|16363743587|15.84|07/14/2022| |UNH|UnitedHealth Group Incorporated|Healthcare|495.64|464995385566|27.13|07/15/2022| |SCHW|The Charles Schwab Corporation|Financial|64.43|122181895508|23.33|07/15/2022| |C|Citigroup Inc.|Financial|47.86|92940292385|5.64|07/15/2022| |USB|U.S. Bancorp|Financial|47.52|70602365480|10.24|07/15/2022| |PNC|The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|162.84|67347479673|13.79|07/15/2022| |BK|The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation|Financial|43.6|35220000287|10.8|07/15/2022| |STT|State Street Corporation|Financial|66.27|24328723071|8.98|07/15/2022| |BAC|Bank of America Corporation|Financial|32.31|260317803864|9.21|07/18/2022| |IBM|International Business Machines Corporation|Technology|142.06|127773776522|23.34|07/18/2022| |GS|The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.|Financial|302.75|103978488425|5.88|07/18/2022| |PLD|Prologis, Inc.|Real Estate|122.59|90749328819|24.55|07/18/2022| |PPG|PPG Industries, Inc.|Basic Materials|121.01|28576282085|26.87|07/18/2022| |JBHT|J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.|Industrials|162.15|16990611455|20.11|07/18/2022| |JNJ|Johnson & Johnson|Healthcare|182.29|479678252913|24.55|07/19/2022| |NFLX|Netflix, Inc.|Communication Services|190.85|84789657441|17.32|07/19/2022| |TFC|Truist Financial Corporation|Financial|49.22|65532149485|10.99|07/19/2022| |HCA|HCA Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|182.33|53875652960|8.58|07/19/2022| |HAL|Halliburton Company|Energy|30.95|27916157888|17.88|07/19/2022| |CFG|Citizens Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|37.03|18346361072|7.85|07/19/2022| |DOV|Dover Corporation|Industrials|123.22|17763814323|16.03|07/19/2022| |SYF|Synchrony Financial|Financial|29.54|14813982565|4.01|07/19/2022| |OMC|Omnicom Group Inc.|Communication Services|64.6|13290325646|10.7|07/19/2022| |UAL|United Airlines Holdings, Inc.|Industrials|38.51|12582406410|#N/A|07/19/2022| |SBNY|Signature Bank|Financial|192.14|12090987802|11.25|07/19/2022| |GL|Globe Life Inc.|Financial|99.16|9777135705|13.86|07/20/2022| |KO|The Coca-Cola Company|Consumer Defensive|63.04|273280169088|26.59|07/20/2022| |TXN|Texas Instruments Incorporated|Technology|155.95|143806732105|17.83|07/20/2022| |ANTM|Anthem, Inc.|Healthcare|469.87|113278466811|18.5|07/20/2022| |CCI|Crown Castle International Corp.|Real Estate|174.99|75776202062|52.05|07/20/2022| |CSX|CSX Corporation|Industrials|29.57|64292837966|16.8|07/20/2022| |KMI|Kinder Morgan, Inc.|Energy|16.48|37367937522|36.42|07/20/2022| |MTB|M&T Bank Corporation|Financial|166.64|29898115426|12.73|07/20/2022| |BKR|Baker Hughes Company|Energy|28.47|29186503786|87.11|07/20/2022| |DFS|Discover Financial Services|Financial|99.17|27863308452|5.84|07/20/2022| |NDAQ|Nasdaq, Inc.|Financial|159.28|26229863854|22.87|07/20/2022| |LVS|Las Vegas Sands Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|33.43|25544167446|13.83|07/20/2022| |EFX|Equifax Inc.|Industrials|184.83|22611196757|29.89|07/20/2022| |NTRS|Northern Trust Corporation|Financial|97.12|20237846748|13.47|07/20/2022| |STX|Seagate Technology Holdings plc|Technology|74.15|15930675512|9.12|07/20/2022| |NVR|NVR, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|4049.72|13322226097|10.81|07/20/2022| |IPG|The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.|Communication Services|27.98|11014726933|10.94|07/20/2022| |MKTX|MarketAxess Holdings Inc.|Financial|277.64|10478689432|43.57|07/20/2022| |CMA|Comerica Incorporated|Financial|76.52|10005777717|10.56|07/20/2022| |DHR|Danaher Corporation|Healthcare|256.83|186735150464|29.74|07/21/2022| |PM|Philip Morris International Inc.|Consumer Defensive|103.4|160281272965|17.9|07/21/2022| |T|AT&T Inc.|Communication Services|20.99|150267408361|8.86|07/21/2022| |UNP|Union Pacific Corporation|Industrials|215.78|135515276889|20.48|07/21/2022| |MMC|Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.|Financial|158.83|79718953890|25.15|07/21/2022| |ISRG|Intuitive Surgical, Inc.|Healthcare|209.67|75262387730|46.73|07/21/2022| |PGR|The Progressive Corporation|Financial|115.99|67842549750|31.53|07/21/2022| |COF|Capital One Financial Corporation|Financial|110.09|43270939114|4.33|07/21/2022| |TRV|The Travelers Companies, Inc.|Financial|166.72|40006298212|10.54|07/21/2022| |CTAS|Cintas Corporation|Industrials|379.18|38799554832|33.47|07/21/2022| |DOW|Dow Inc.|Basic Materials|53.14|38691329207|5.79|07/21/2022| |DHI|D.R. Horton, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|67.69|23828925097|4.85|07/21/2022| |TSCO|Tractor Supply Company|Consumer Cyclical|202.97|22708608488|23.29|07/21/2022| |WRB|W. R. Berkley Corporation|Financial|68.03|18041099875|13.73|07/21/2022| |KEY|KeyCorp|Financial|17.83|16625956075|7.21|07/21/2022| |DGX|Quest Diagnostics Incorporated|Healthcare|140.31|16467482863|9.35|07/21/2022| |VZ|Verizon Communications Inc.|Communication Services|50.96|214013803435|9.91|07/22/2022| |NEE|NextEra Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.02|153270205385|105.92|07/22/2022| |AXP|American Express Company|Financial|146.15|110059772863|14.64|07/22/2022| |SLB|Schlumberger Limited|Energy|35.06|49555909541|23.98|07/22/2022| |ROP|Roper Technologies, Inc.|Industrials|407.71|43181625240|15.09|07/22/2022| |RF|Regions Financial Corporation|Financial|19.49|18213398939|8.09|07/22/2022| |TSLA|Tesla, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|737.12|763662949021|99.63|07/25/2022| |LMT|Lockheed Martin Corporation|Industrials|419.04|111509395745|18.5|07/25/2022| |CDNS|Cadence Design Systems, Inc.|Technology|157.62|43465132233|58.87|07/25/2022| |OTIS|Otis Worldwide Corporation|Industrials|70.86|29959218528|24.39|07/25/2022| |AMP|Ameriprise Financial, Inc.|Financial|249.29|27398067138|9.57|07/25/2022| |ARE|Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.|Real Estate|143.53|23426664987|52.19|07/25/2022| |PKI|PerkinElmer, Inc.|Healthcare|145.53|18358391051|23.49|07/25/2022| |BRO|Brown & Brown, Inc.|Financial|59.06|16671043767|27.4|07/25/2022| |PKG|Packaging Corporation of America|Consumer Cyclical|140.6|13174385073|14.33|07/25/2022| |HAS|Hasbro, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|85.74|11955791078|31.84|07/25/2022| |FFIV|F5, Inc.|Technology|158.47|9583001083|27.93|07/25/2022| |WHR|Whirlpool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|166.35|9349262929|6.21|07/25/2022| |UHS|Universal Health Services, Inc.|Healthcare|108.77|8092332209|9.53|07/25/2022| |AAPL|Apple Inc.|Technology|141.66|2292791241471|23.03|07/26/2022| |MSFT|Microsoft Corporation|Technology|267.7|2002137493096|27.93|07/26/2022| |GOOG|Alphabet Inc.|Communication Services|2370.76|1557354470100|21.82|07/26/2022| |V|Visa Inc.|Financial|205.51|428111227706|38.79|07/26/2022| |UPS|United Parcel Service, Inc.|Industrials|183.3|160161328796|14.95|07/26/2022| |AMD|Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.|Technology|87.08|141113752527|32.49|07/26/2022| |RTX|Raytheon Technologies Corporation|Industrials|94.2|140095554261|33.88|07/26/2022| |SBUX|Starbucks Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|78.11|89584359700|20.91|07/26/2022| |MDLZ|Mondelez International, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|62.65|86702778061|21.03|07/26/2022| |CB|Chubb Limited|Financial|194.53|82424558671|10.36|07/26/2022| |SYK|Stryker Corporation|Healthcare|204.43|77306019450|38.8|07/26/2022| |MMM|3M Company|Industrials|134.33|76441669645|13.99|07/26/2022| |GE|General Electric Company|Industrials|67.08|73832543135|#N/A|07/26/2022| |WM|Waste Management, Inc.|Industrials|150.31|62402668524|33.15|07/26/2022| |FISV|Fiserv, Inc.|Technology|94.19|60883852438|36.82|07/26/2022| |BSX|Boston Scientific Corporation|Healthcare|38.02|54352290074|72.37|07/26/2022| |CNC|Centene Corporation|Healthcare|82.95|48516374865|32.91|07/26/2022| |ECL|Ecolab Inc.|Basic Materials|159.65|45604834971|41.63|07/26/2022| |KMB|Kimberly-Clark Corporation|Consumer Defensive|134.46|45303004992|25.96|07/26/2022| |ADM|Archer-Daniels-Midland Company|Consumer Defensive|74.52|41932975915|13.74|07/26/2022| |IQV|IQVIA Holdings Inc.|Healthcare|213.8|40467850777|38.55|07/26/2022| |CMG|Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|1329.02|37162642554|55.25|07/26/2022| |MSCI|MSCI Inc.|Financial|432.06|35050016143|47.4|07/26/2022| |PCAR|PACCAR Inc|Industrials|84.21|29278401953|14.8|07/26/2022| |GLW|Corning Incorporated|Technology|32.76|27669497530|26.24|07/26/2022| |EQR|Equity Residential|Real Estate|71.82|27007329143|20.1|07/26/2022| |ENPH|Enphase Energy, Inc.|Technology|198.39|26788244515|170.95|07/26/2022| |DTE|DTE Energy Company|Utilities|122.91|23812473490|26.46|07/26/2022| |ROK|Rockwell Automation, Inc.|Industrials|201.06|23375536906|36.57|07/26/2022| |EXR|Extra Space Storage Inc.|Real Estate|172.37|23145808470|27.92|07/26/2022| |MPWR|Monolithic Power Systems, Inc.|Technology|419.41|19562544994|72.97|07/26/2022| |SWK|Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.|Industrials|111.16|16781225488|13.4|07/26/2022| |TER|Teradyne, Inc.|Technology|97.12|15558906088|18.16|07/26/2022| |BXP|Boston Properties, Inc.|Real Estate|92|14417522400|26.31|07/26/2022| |IEX|IDEX Corporation|Industrials|185.56|14103597094|29.74|07/26/2022| |CHRW|C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.|Industrials|103.86|13217857223|14.66|07/26/2022| |NLOK|NortonLifeLock Inc.|Technology|22.46|13028239154|15.88|07/26/2022| |PHM|PulteGroup, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|40.39|9597742267|4.93|07/26/2022| |JNPR|Juniper Networks, Inc.|Technology|29.15|9418230786|28.45|07/26/2022| |ZION|Zions Bancorporation, National Association|Financial|53.33|8071959748|8.68|07/26/2022| |IVZ|Invesco Ltd.|Financial|17.36|7899241221|6.1|07/26/2022|

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Category 2 (part 1)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PEP|PepsiCo, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|166.13|229705133541|22.72|07/12/2022| |FRC|First Republic Bank|Financial|146.91|26397435862|18.67|07/12/2022| |WFC|Wells Fargo & Company|Financial|40.76|154494741158|8.48|07/13/2022| |BLK|BlackRock, Inc.|Financial|647.78|98140747334|16.28|07/13/2022| |FAST|Fastenal Company|Industrials|51.9|29873957468|30.45|07/13/2022| |DAL|Delta Air Lines, Inc.|Industrials|31.2|20001010089|39.53|07/13/2022| |JPM|JPMorgan Chase & Co.|Financial|117.32|344574705103|8.71|07/14/2022| |MS|Morgan Stanley|Financial|77.82|136129202526|9.9|07/14/2022| |CAG|Conagra Brands, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|34.1|16363743587|15.84|07/14/2022| |UNH|UnitedHealth Group Incorporated|Healthcare|495.64|464995385566|27.13|07/15/2022| |SCHW|The Charles Schwab Corporation|Financial|64.43|122181895508|23.33|07/15/2022| |C|Citigroup Inc.|Financial|47.86|92940292385|5.64|07/15/2022| |USB|U.S. Bancorp|Financial|47.52|70602365480|10.24|07/15/2022| |PNC|The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|162.84|67347479673|13.79|07/15/2022| |BK|The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation|Financial|43.6|35220000287|10.8|07/15/2022| |STT|State Street Corporation|Financial|66.27|24328723071|8.98|07/15/2022| |BAC|Bank of America Corporation|Financial|32.31|260317803864|9.21|07/18/2022| |IBM|International Business Machines Corporation|Technology|142.06|127773776522|23.34|07/18/2022| |GS|The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.|Financial|302.75|103978488425|5.88|07/18/2022| |PLD|Prologis, Inc.|Real Estate|122.59|90749328819|24.55|07/18/2022| |PPG|PPG Industries, Inc.|Basic Materials|121.01|28576282085|26.87|07/18/2022| |JBHT|J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.|Industrials|162.15|16990611455|20.11|07/18/2022| |JNJ|Johnson & Johnson|Healthcare|182.29|479678252913|24.55|07/19/2022| |NFLX|Netflix, Inc.|Communication Services|190.85|84789657441|17.32|07/19/2022| |TFC|Truist Financial Corporation|Financial|49.22|65532149485|10.99|07/19/2022| |HCA|HCA Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|182.33|53875652960|8.58|07/19/2022| |HAL|Halliburton Company|Energy|30.95|27916157888|17.88|07/19/2022| |CFG|Citizens Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|37.03|18346361072|7.85|07/19/2022| |DOV|Dover Corporation|Industrials|123.22|17763814323|16.03|07/19/2022| |SYF|Synchrony Financial|Financial|29.54|14813982565|4.01|07/19/2022| |OMC|Omnicom Group Inc.|Communication Services|64.6|13290325646|10.7|07/19/2022| |UAL|United Airlines Holdings, Inc.|Industrials|38.51|12582406410|#N/A|07/19/2022| |SBNY|Signature Bank|Financial|192.14|12090987802|11.25|07/19/2022| |GL|Globe Life Inc.|Financial|99.16|9777135705|13.86|07/20/2022| |KO|The Coca-Cola Company|Consumer Defensive|63.04|273280169088|26.59|07/20/2022| |TXN|Texas Instruments Incorporated|Technology|155.95|143806732105|17.83|07/20/2022| |ANTM|Anthem, Inc.|Healthcare|469.87|113278466811|18.5|07/20/2022| |CCI|Crown Castle International Corp.|Real Estate|174.99|75776202062|52.05|07/20/2022| |CSX|CSX Corporation|Industrials|29.57|64292837966|16.8|07/20/2022| |KMI|Kinder Morgan, Inc.|Energy|16.48|37367937522|36.42|07/20/2022| |MTB|M&T Bank Corporation|Financial|166.64|29898115426|12.73|07/20/2022| |BKR|Baker Hughes Company|Energy|28.47|29186503786|87.11|07/20/2022| |DFS|Discover Financial Services|Financial|99.17|27863308452|5.84|07/20/2022| |NDAQ|Nasdaq, Inc.|Financial|159.28|26229863854|22.87|07/20/2022| |LVS|Las Vegas Sands Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|33.43|25544167446|13.83|07/20/2022| |EFX|Equifax Inc.|Industrials|184.83|22611196757|29.89|07/20/2022| |NTRS|Northern Trust Corporation|Financial|97.12|20237846748|13.47|07/20/2022| |STX|Seagate Technology Holdings plc|Technology|74.15|15930675512|9.12|07/20/2022| |NVR|NVR, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|4049.72|13322226097|10.81|07/20/2022| |IPG|The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.|Communication Services|27.98|11014726933|10.94|07/20/2022| |MKTX|MarketAxess Holdings Inc.|Financial|277.64|10478689432|43.57|07/20/2022| |CMA|Comerica Incorporated|Financial|76.52|10005777717|10.56|07/20/2022| |DHR|Danaher Corporation|Healthcare|256.83|186735150464|29.74|07/21/2022| |PM|Philip Morris International Inc.|Consumer Defensive|103.4|160281272965|17.9|07/21/2022| |T|AT&T Inc.|Communication Services|20.99|150267408361|8.86|07/21/2022| |UNP|Union Pacific Corporation|Industrials|215.78|135515276889|20.48|07/21/2022| |MMC|Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.|Financial|158.83|79718953890|25.15|07/21/2022| |ISRG|Intuitive Surgical, Inc.|Healthcare|209.67|75262387730|46.73|07/21/2022| |PGR|The Progressive Corporation|Financial|115.99|67842549750|31.53|07/21/2022| |COF|Capital One Financial Corporation|Financial|110.09|43270939114|4.33|07/21/2022| |TRV|The Travelers Companies, Inc.|Financial|166.72|40006298212|10.54|07/21/2022| |CTAS|Cintas Corporation|Industrials|379.18|38799554832|33.47|07/21/2022| |DOW|Dow Inc.|Basic Materials|53.14|38691329207|5.79|07/21/2022| |DHI|D.R. Horton, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|67.69|23828925097|4.85|07/21/2022| |TSCO|Tractor Supply Company|Consumer Cyclical|202.97|22708608488|23.29|07/21/2022| |WRB|W. R. Berkley Corporation|Financial|68.03|18041099875|13.73|07/21/2022| |KEY|KeyCorp|Financial|17.83|16625956075|7.21|07/21/2022| |DGX|Quest Diagnostics Incorporated|Healthcare|140.31|16467482863|9.35|07/21/2022| |VZ|Verizon Communications Inc.|Communication Services|50.96|214013803435|9.91|07/22/2022| |NEE|NextEra Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.02|153270205385|105.92|07/22/2022| |AXP|American Express Company|Financial|146.15|110059772863|14.64|07/22/2022| |SLB|Schlumberger Limited|Energy|35.06|49555909541|23.98|07/22/2022| |ROP|Roper Technologies, Inc.|Industrials|407.71|43181625240|15.09|07/22/2022| |RF|Regions Financial Corporation|Financial|19.49|18213398939|8.09|07/22/2022| |TSLA|Tesla, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|737.12|763662949021|99.63|07/25/2022| |LMT|Lockheed Martin Corporation|Industrials|419.04|111509395745|18.5|07/25/2022| |CDNS|Cadence Design Systems, Inc.|Technology|157.62|43465132233|58.87|07/25/2022| |OTIS|Otis Worldwide Corporation|Industrials|70.86|29959218528|24.39|07/25/2022| |AMP|Ameriprise Financial, Inc.|Financial|249.29|27398067138|9.57|07/25/2022| |ARE|Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.|Real Estate|143.53|23426664987|52.19|07/25/2022| |PKI|PerkinElmer, Inc.|Healthcare|145.53|18358391051|23.49|07/25/2022| |BRO|Brown & Brown, Inc.|Financial|59.06|16671043767|27.4|07/25/2022| |PKG|Packaging Corporation of America|Consumer Cyclical|140.6|13174385073|14.33|07/25/2022| |HAS|Hasbro, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|85.74|11955791078|31.84|07/25/2022| |FFIV|F5, Inc.|Technology|158.47|9583001083|27.93|07/25/2022| |WHR|Whirlpool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|166.35|9349262929|6.21|07/25/2022| |UHS|Universal Health Services, Inc.|Healthcare|108.77|8092332209|9.53|07/25/2022| |AAPL|Apple Inc.|Technology|141.66|2292791241471|23.03|07/26/2022| |MSFT|Microsoft Corporation|Technology|267.7|2002137493096|27.93|07/26/2022| |GOOG|Alphabet Inc.|Communication Services|2370.76|1557354470100|21.82|07/26/2022| |V|Visa Inc.|Financial|205.51|428111227706|38.79|07/26/2022| |UPS|United Parcel Service, Inc.|Industrials|183.3|160161328796|14.95|07/26/2022| |AMD|Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.|Technology|87.08|141113752527|32.49|07/26/2022| |RTX|Raytheon Technologies Corporation|Industrials|94.2|140095554261|33.88|07/26/2022| |SBUX|Starbucks Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|78.11|89584359700|20.91|07/26/2022| |MDLZ|Mondelez International, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|62.65|86702778061|21.03|07/26/2022| |CB|Chubb Limited|Financial|194.53|82424558671|10.36|07/26/2022| |SYK|Stryker Corporation|Healthcare|204.43|77306019450|38.8|07/26/2022| |MMM|3M Company|Industrials|134.33|76441669645|13.99|07/26/2022| |GE|General Electric Company|Industrials|67.08|73832543135|#N/A|07/26/2022| |WM|Waste Management, Inc.|Industrials|150.31|62402668524|33.15|07/26/2022| |FISV|Fiserv, Inc.|Technology|94.19|60883852438|36.82|07/26/2022| |BSX|Boston Scientific Corporation|Healthcare|38.02|54352290074|72.37|07/26/2022| |CNC|Centene Corporation|Healthcare|82.95|48516374865|32.91|07/26/2022| |ECL|Ecolab Inc.|Basic Materials|159.65|45604834971|41.63|07/26/2022| |KMB|Kimberly-Clark Corporation|Consumer Defensive|134.46|45303004992|25.96|07/26/2022| |ADM|Archer-Daniels-Midland Company|Consumer Defensive|74.52|41932975915|13.74|07/26/2022| |IQV|IQVIA Holdings Inc.|Healthcare|213.8|40467850777|38.55|07/26/2022| |CMG|Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|1329.02|37162642554|55.25|07/26/2022| |MSCI|MSCI Inc.|Financial|432.06|35050016143|47.4|07/26/2022| |PCAR|PACCAR Inc|Industrials|84.21|29278401953|14.8|07/26/2022| |GLW|Corning Incorporated|Technology|32.76|27669497530|26.24|07/26/2022| |EQR|Equity Residential|Real Estate|71.82|27007329143|20.1|07/26/2022| |ENPH|Enphase Energy, Inc.|Technology|198.39|26788244515|170.95|07/26/2022| |DTE|DTE Energy Company|Utilities|122.91|23812473490|26.46|07/26/2022| |ROK|Rockwell Automation, Inc.|Industrials|201.06|23375536906|36.57|07/26/2022| |EXR|Extra Space Storage Inc.|Real Estate|172.37|23145808470|27.92|07/26/2022| |MPWR|Monolithic Power Systems, Inc.|Technology|419.41|19562544994|72.97|07/26/2022| |SWK|Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.|Industrials|111.16|16781225488|13.4|07/26/2022| |TER|Teradyne, Inc.|Technology|97.12|15558906088|18.16|07/26/2022| |BXP|Boston Properties, Inc.|Real Estate|92|14417522400|26.31|07/26/2022| |IEX|IDEX Corporation|Industrials|185.56|14103597094|29.74|07/26/2022| |CHRW|C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.|Industrials|103.86|13217857223|14.66|07/26/2022| |NLOK|NortonLifeLock Inc.|Technology|22.46|13028239154|15.88|07/26/2022| |PHM|PulteGroup, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|40.39|9597742267|4.93|07/26/2022| |JNPR|Juniper Networks, Inc.|Technology|29.15|9418230786|28.45|07/26/2022| |ZION|Zions Bancorporation, National Association|Financial|53.33|8071959748|8.68|07/26/2022| |IVZ|Invesco Ltd.|Financial|17.36|7899241221|6.1|07/26/2022|

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LOL. I feel like I just watched Stuart Smalley stare into a mirror and pep talk his new business venture.

"I'm good enough. I'm smart enough. And doggonit, people like me."

Seriously though good luck!

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Nasdaq and NYSE are not mutual exclusive. QQQ isn't even necessarily what I would call just Tech.

TOP Ten QQQ holdings - Aapl, MSFT, AMZN, Tsla, Goog (Class C and A), NVDA, Meta, Pep, Cost.

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Lost some change today, Now let’s start some shit for no fucking reason, this can of rockstar though excellent and delicious has a Backwards R in the logo just like these fucking Russians, 33rd letter of the Russian alphabet “ya” motherfucker, 🤪 puts on PEP, Boycott the Russian sympathizers

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Did I mess up....

177.56 PEP call Avg Cost - .06 Exp Date June 24 Total it cost me to but was $6

What is my maximum loss on this investment? $6?

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On another note...has AutoZone gone full retard? Opening 22 new stores in...Los Angeles? 😳. Are they trying to lose money? On top of that, they reportedly we're (did) convert 190 Pep Boy stores to AZ stores, as well. Not like there's free-for-all looting going on or anything...(ahem...and we know why). lol

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Love this suggestion. OP here are some actions you could take to connect more products to your networks.

  1. Make a super simple version of a few products and then shop it to a sample of folks from your groups. Literally DM 20 people individually and ask them all the same questions about the potential products. (Would you buy this? / Does this solve anything problems for you?)

  2. Think about the characteristics your hypothetical product would have. Write them out. (Is it delightful/fun? Is it more of a somber pep talk at the right time? It the product for mental health emergencies or is it for everyday?)

  3. With a bit of validation from your sample group and iteration from feedback you can feel confident enough to spend some money and either create the thing yourself, or partner with someone who can help. Remember the purpose of a prototype is to answer a specific hypothesis with as little effort as possible. Try a few things out with small groups and see what your audience responds to.

Good luck!

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Long long term for value just grab boring boomer stocks like INTC, T, KO, MO, PEP, PMI etc Just make sure to do you research of course lol

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Here is a general list:

MSFT, AAPL, HPQ, INTC, LMT, JNJ, TGT, LOW, HD, WMT, WM, PEP, KO, MMM, PG

These are ones I can think of at the top of my head

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That's how Peter Lynch made his name. He went heavy into consumer stapes like PEP, and they kept up with inflation.

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A new alternator is not 3k+. $1000 or less is likely about right and it could honestly be something someone could do themselves in many cases and save money if need be, but could also be taken to a shop and get it done cheap.

Nothing you really mentioned so far is saying dead car per se. A new battery is like $100 bucks and lasts for a while. New spark plugs should be replaced by your manual. In fact, if you haven't been reading your car's manual for maintenance please start. Helps prevent larger issues and expenses. I also wouldn't rule out the starter btw.

I would say if you didn't have the car looked at prior to buying that is often a big issue. You can pay look $100 bucks and get a PPI and/or have a trusted mechanic look it it before buying. I never buy used without that and don't give a shit about what a dealer or whatever says. I also tend to buy private anyhow.

I would go get an actual trust worthy mechanic to look at your car. Not a dealership, not pep boys, etc. I would go find a reputable local mechanic that does good work for a fair price. Shouldn't cost much if anything to have someone actually look at it and do some research. Cars cpst money to maintain. It's going to need a battery and spark plugs. That doesn't change at all by getting another vehicle plus you already paid anyhow at this point.

I'd take a breather and instead of assuming the worst go have it looked at. Then you van accurately assess the costs. Don't just accept the first offer either. You can get a car looked and shop around for the labor and/or do it yourself. I'm not the most handy guy out there, but even I can watch a YouTube video on some of the basic stuff. So don't lose hope so easily.

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Before you ever break down and assume you're going to need to spend thousands of dollars on a car .. keep in mind that's very rare. Especially for hyundai. And take your car to pep boys or autozone. They'll treat you right .

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Accounting salaries definitely do not look like the tech bros. However, it's not a bad life once you get out of public. Do your three years and just keep at it.

I did straight industry my whole career. I wish I had the public on my resume sometimes, but I graduated during the great recession and I couldn't get a job in B4. My salary base was less than $75K until after I turned 30 (8 years of experience at that point). My last job change went from 103k -> 150k. I'm still in shock. It's only been a few weeks, but it's good so far. I'm at about 12 years of experience now.

I just wanted to give you a pep talk that rising salaries are in your future. If you hate accounting, then definitely look elsewhere, but if it's fine for a job, then keep at it.

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I wouldn't consider T a company with strong balance sheet.

VZ and T could have both been very strong. But both have done terrible acquisitions. Like AOL, Direct TV, Yahoo, etc.

But as dividend payers they do their job.

PG, PEP, MSFT, GOOGL, CVS, RTX, JPM, BAC, MS, ABBV, ABT, QCOM. Some of my picks.

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I was trying to give myself a pep talk

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Well, duh. Is it really that bad already? Are we at "pep talk" time already? I guess maybe I'm not feeling the pain enough.

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That’s great news. Thanks for the pep talk.

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Traditional: CRM, JPM, MKL, MPW, SHW, TROW, & TYL

Roth: BIPC, MCD, MMM, O, PEP, PLD, WM

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Good on you. I was feeling down today but reading your post has given me a bit of pep. I love posts like this about people who have actually achieved FI.

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Calls on $PEP

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Buy the most boring ass stocks you can find like JNJ, PEP, KO, WMT. Consumer defensive stocks are the only stocks you should be buying in this market. I favor PEP out of those but all 4 should do well in this environment.

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I suspect you're quite right. Thanks for the pep talk.

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I understand the hate but it's literally my only green stock other than PEP.

I'm -63% on PLTR but my GME is in the green. Deep in the red on my Bi t c oin but GME is green.

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This feels like a self pep talk.

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Market could really use a locker room pep talk right now...

just not with Jerry Sandusky

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And so it begins... "Have faith that in a bigger picture, our skills have not been wasted. We have accomplished much and our talents have been used... for the greater good."
Fire Sale Pep Talk

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Hey, flip that log scale over and use the millimeters side. Sounds better to say 76mm instead of 3”. Put a little pep in your step, there bud.

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they got biden on the good pep pills today.

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You sound like you’re ready for a world war to get a little pep in your step.✌🏽

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Nice pep talk for stealing people's money

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Giving a pep talk to Kimbal to buy puts...

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Let's goo! Thanks for the pep talk fr 💪

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But that's ridiculous. The company has beaten in the past, fair enough. Doesn't mean it will continue doing so.

PEP and KO beat the market from 1985 to 2011. Not consistently, but overall. Neither of them beat from 2011 into 2022. And it's not like anything special happened in 2011.

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Excellent advice. The majority of my portfolio consists of blue chips and dividend kings (LOW, JNJ, KO, and PEP).

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A good example of these are NVDA and TSLA. Great companies but horrible stocks.

As much as this sub only preaches “yOu ShOuLd OnLy HoLd GrOwTh” and how much they hate dividend stocks they are the best right now imo. Stocks and yield tend to have the opposite correlation as the stock drops the higher the yield so you can get higher payments. I like companies like JNJ, PEP, KO, PG, TGT, WMT, etc companies that have paid and increased dividends during economic turmoil before.

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PEP, KO, MDLZ, idono?

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Great pep talk🍻

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good pep talk coach

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This is the pep talk I needed to buy more gold

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I almost placed an order online for two large pizzas last month. I changed my mind when I saw the bill was going to be $77. Tried another chain, even more expensive.

Drove to Little Caesar's and got a large pep for $6.35 after taxes. Whatever the gas to get there cost me, it was less than $70.65.

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Nah, I actually liked hearing this. No nonsense pep talk.

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I don’t know why, but I know it’s a bad sign when shills are giving pep talks and begging us to buy.

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Packaged foods PEP, CAG, KHC, K, GIS

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If they don't have 0 calorie ones I'm shorting PEP full port

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Baja Blast is back for the summer

Bullish AF for $PEP

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Either way this was the pep talk I needed from the coach

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i'm in need of a pep talk, tell me something good

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So... commodities? I'm thinking aluminium, nickel, copper, phosphorus... If I was sticking with stocks: GD, BA, LMT, RTX, LHX, NOC...

Also, maybe MCD, YUM, QSR, PEP and KO as a lot of people under 35 try and 4F their way out of WWIII.

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WM and coca cola/PepsiCo are all companies Ive been watching a lot recently. None seem massively moved by the rest of the market going down, ko/pep both give ~ 2.7% div ko has been increasing div for 10-20 years (cant remember exactly of the top of my head).

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Thank you for the pep talk. I feel better now.

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Banking stocks, aapl, goog, msft, KO PEP, a ton of value like JnJ, VZ, IBM, AVGO, TXN, QCOM, K, MRK, PFE, ABBV, LLY, POST, GIS, still plenty more.

If you don't know what thr word majority means done use it.

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Here's a tool that will let you answer that on your own. Generally speaking yes, you can achieve a higher return than the market by consolidating your exposure. This is not always the case though. I made a portfolio of traditionally safe companies and evenly weighed them in a backtest simulation. Take the results with a grain of salt as this is prior-looking but overall they are pretty good. I aimed for exposure to every single sector specifically.

https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&timePeriod=4&startYear=2015&firstMonth=1&endYear=2022&lastMonth=12&calendarAligned=true&includeYTD=true&initialAmount=10000&annualOperation=0&annualAdjustment=6000&inflationAdjusted=true&annualPercentage=0.0&frequency=4&rebalanceType=1&absoluteDeviation=5.0&relativeDeviation=25.0&leverageType=0&leverageRatio=0.0&debtAmount=0&debtInterest=0.0&maintenanceMargin=25.0&leveragedBenchmark=false&reinvestDividends=true&showYield=true&showFactors=false&factorModel=3&benchmark=VFINX&portfolioNames=false&portfolioName1=Portfolio+1&portfolioName2=Portfolio+2&portfolioName3=Portfolio+3&symbol1=JNJ&allocation1_1=6.76&symbol2=PEP&allocation2_1=6.66&symbol3=MCD&allocation3_1=6.66&symbol4=MSFT&allocation4_1=6.66&symbol5=AAPL&allocation5_1=6.66&symbol6=JPM&allocation6_1=6.66&symbol7=VZ&allocation7_1=6.66&symbol8=XOM&allocation8_1=6.66&symbol9=LMT&allocation9_1=6.66&symbol10=DIS&allocation10_1=6.66&symbol11=AMT&allocation11_1=6.66&symbol12=HD&allocation12_1=6.66&symbol13=WMT&allocation13_1=6.66&symbol14=DUK&allocation14_1=6.66&symbol15=UNH&allocation15_1=6.66

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Thanks, I appreciate the pep talk. I've been stressing out over this since this afternoon. I'll try again tomorrow, otherwise I'll just go to a different lender who offered to match the same rate and has me approved (but hasn't charged me yet for appraisals)

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Others commonly used during onboarding include the CLEAR report from Wolters Kluwer and KYC worldcheck but that one is used mainly for PEP/sanctions screening.

Your name is also bounced though software looking for negative media and matches on proprietary internal lists, as well as a list that FINCEN publishes commonly referred to in the industry as the 314A registry but you have to pretty much be a major league dirtbag to be on that. Only becomes an issue for people with common names and that's usually resolved with manual review.

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ECB prez keeps mentioning PEP. I’m bullish on PEP!

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> No, it's HR BS at best. Most of the time HR or some person is trying to put on some presentation about handling 'the new normal' and really what it boils down to is that wages are still stagnant, people are leaving without being replaced, burnout is real, and companies do nothing more than hashtag BLM or PrideMonth while also giving money to politicians and groups that actively fight against those causes. Companies need to stop with the nonsense and actual help with the day to day operations of their core business. > > I dont need a cheerleader or a pep-talk about how to handle adversity at work. I need a raise, reasonable expectations from management, and an additional person on my team that can actually do the work.

So if the solution is not in your own mind, then where do expect to find it?

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No, it's HR BS at best. Most of the time HR or some person is trying to put on some presentation about handling 'the new normal' and really what it boils down to is that wages are still stagnant, people are leaving without being replaced, burnout is real, and companies do nothing more than hashtag BLM or PrideMonth while also giving money to politicians and groups that actively fight against those causes. Companies need to stop with the nonsense and actual help with the day to day operations of their core business.

I dont need a cheerleader or a pep-talk about how to handle adversity at work. I need a raise, reasonable expectations from management, and an additional person on my team that can actually do the work.

/rant

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Yes and it’s fire. Get the bottled in bond Kentucky Straight 100 proof. Good for old fashioneds and it’s got a little extra pep so the ice melting won’t dilute it.

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PEP

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Pep jalapeños for me

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i needed this pep talk, thanks bro

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extend the apple pep rally img

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This is the kind of toxic pep talk I give myself every day! Also, where'd you find that pic of my portfolio?

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It's like all the popular kids at a pep rally while WM and MCD are smoking up in the restroom.

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My gym is about $180 per month. I think the refrigerator with bottled drinks and snacks is the busier part of the Juicebar at my gym. The juicebar is never super busy and obviously the people there can afford it.

Ask if you can serve coffee because plenty of people want that type of pep.

Make sure you have calories worked out, lots of people going to the gym are watching their daily intake.

I used to go to CrossFit and they had meal pickup for one of those high protein delivery services. Iron Kitchen or something like that.

See if Huel will let you retail.

Have lunch specials for the trainers.

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Diversify. 10 years we have trends like Cloud, AI, fintech(at right value),CyberSecurity, Robotics and investing 5 stocks of those trends is worth it. Then add some conservative plays. HD or LOW, DIS, V or MA, WM, Consumer Staples(PEP/WMT).

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MSFT - tech growth potential with recession-proof gaming segment and B2B focus

TSN - produces animal protein for restaurant s and supermarkets, good economy or bad they sell

MCD - will always do well

CCI - communication infrastructure REIT gives exposure to growth in telecom without being dependent on a company's subscriber numbers

C - super diversified in the finance side with exposure to banking, investment and credit

DE - three principal areas they create equipment are agriculture, infrastructure and home building. Enough said.

ABT - pretty diversified for a pharma company with a number of segments with moats

TGT - of the retail, shown the most consistent and stable growth, which is why their percent held by institutions is higher than WMT, COST, HD & LOW

CVX - integrated is the way to go on energy, if I were playing up energy or splitting this, I would look at DVN

JCI - these guys are beasts at what they do, virtually no competition

Bonus round stable stocks with solid dividends and growth potential that are (even) less exciting - UNP, NEE, STAG, PEP, ACN

Then if you really wanted to spice things up, once you've got some real good diversification from all those other things, then and only then, AAPL. But last, absolutely last

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AAPL, MSFT, O, JNJ, PG, PEP, ABBV, MCD, UNP, V

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That was before people mistook this place for some occupy wall street pep rally

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Sell ko and buy pep

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So, I know this is, like, a confusing/worrying number of stocks maybe, but think of it from this context. I had a problem for months and months with pay to win games on my phone. I pissed away hundreds on bullshit, and I still have spending problems. And I know that robinhood was in trouble specifically for making stocks seem like a game, and that's the app where I've bought most of these. But...

  1. Even at a loss, otherwise I was going to compulsively spend the money anyway. At least this way some is recoverable.

  2. This is for practice and it's for long term. I don't mind waiting years and years for the market to lift all my bad choices up off the ground.

  3. I know that many of these are essentially the same stocks or etfs. The whole thing follows vti/qqq/spy reasonably closely.

GOOGL, PALL, GLTR, LIT, ICLN, PPLT, MSOS, DIS, BRK.A, ECNS, INDA, YOLO, MJ, CAT, SMH, AMZN, PEP, CYB, PABU, VEON, JNJ, SPYG, LYV, PFE, AZN, MRNA, BOTZ, HDELY, BOAT, APD, GLD, BABA, ITA, URA, WEAT, OIL, REMX, LLY, XLU, HGER, SPYV, MCD, MSFT, VTI, IDRV, DRIV, ARKK, ARKF ARKG, ARKW, WTRG, JEPI, TAN, V, CWT, IAUF, AWK, AA, MA, RIO, FXE, GTO, MP, GWRS, NTR, CF, CORN, SOYB, ABBV, O, LTC, REET, EPR, INDS, SRVR, VYM, IEHS, IHI, VEGI, NUE, EPAM, MAIN, WM, RIOT, MCHI, XES, HRZN, JJN, VALE, SLV, F, COPX, CPER, VWAGY, CRUZ, BND, DOW, TIP, TM, CSL, GM, JETS, DE, CBT, OEC, SQM, BATT, UNP, UNG, GS, NVDA, SHEL, LAC, CVX, TSLA, GIS, WPM, K, XOM, BRBR, NKLA, AGCO, GME, OXY, INTC, KO, GE, CNI, MMM, EQNR, LMT, RTX, HMC, NIO, DD, XLP, RIVN, LI, XPEV, SNP, ADM, IRDM, EA, CCL, SQ, COIN, MVIS, RS, HOOD, BITO, BTF, XBTF, CLSK, HUT, AAPL, WMT, COST, AMD, BP, MU, GD, BSX, ATVI, SCCO, KR, CTVA, HES, TSCO, FANG, CLF, STLD, X, BG, Y, POST, BYND, CEG, GDX, VIGI, EWU, XLE, VV, DIA, ASHR, HYLB, DXJ, EWY, IJT, IJS, IWC, EWJ, BITQ, PYPL, AGRO, QQQ, LYFT, UBER, TGT, CSCO, CSX, NSC, CP ,SATO, AFRM, KLAC, HD, ROKU, CRPT, NGE, ILF, VPU, JPM, CQQQ, DMLRY, TRYP, SNAP, AMC, SDY, BNDX, VXUS, AGG, CMF, MUB, DMLRY, SPY, and for some spice TQQQ that was a free reward for signing up with an app.

I keep going back and forth on whether I want to stop this behavior or just keep buying small bits of stocks until the end of time.

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>Yeah he did look amped up everytime I saw him. Whenever he would visit I'd just walk out after my first interaction with him. I wasn't about to listen to his screaming rants.He asked where I was going the first time he came in yelling and I told him I had sales to make and didn't have time for pep talks. He clapped his hands and said "that's what I'm talking about, that's drive and the energy we need to get shit done". I don't even know if he realized I was just going across the street to get lunch until he was gone.

This sounds like copy pasta. Is this for real?

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> He asked where I was going the first time he came in yelling and I told him I had sales to make and didn't have time for pep talks. He clapped his hands and said "that's what I'm talking about, that's drive and the energy we need to get shit done"

that sounds like something Kendall Roy from Succession would do

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Yeah he did look amped up everytime I saw him. Whenever he would visit I'd just walk out after my first interaction with him. I wasn't about to listen to his screaming rants.

He asked where I was going the first time he came in yelling and I told him I had sales to make and didn't have time for pep talks. He clapped his hands and said "that's what I'm talking about, that's drive and the energy we need to get shit done". I don't even know if he realized I was just going across the street to get lunch until he was gone.

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Remember that time she didn't think the housing bubble was bad? Pep Farm remembers.

There's always something delightful about a good straw man. Take Ethan Epstein of the Weekly Standard -- he thinks the praise Janet Yellen has gotten from myself and others for her pre-crisis prescience amounts to saying that she's "clairvoyant." Like I said, just delightful. Because it turns out she really can't see the future -- bet you didn't see that one coming -- and Epstein can prove it! Here's what he quotes her saying about the housing bubble back in 2005 to make his case:

In my view, it makes sense to organize one's thinking around three consecutive questions --three hurdles to jump before pulling the monetary policy trigger. First, if the bubble were to deflate on its own, would the effect on the economy be exceedingly large? Second, is it unlikely that the Fed could mitigate the consequences? Third, is monetary policy the best tool to use to deflate a house-price bubble?

My answers to these questions in the shortest possible form are, "no," "no," and "no."

This is the kind of thing that sounds worse than it is. See, Yellen's big error here wasn't underestimating what a deflating housing bubble would mean for the real economy, but rather what it would mean for the financial one. Back in 2005, she didn't appreciate how much shadow banks relied on AAA-rated mortgage-backed-securities (MBS) as collateral to fund their day-to-day operations -- or how much even this supposedly high-quality collateral could go bust if housing did.

https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/08/what-janet-yellen-did-and-didnt-get-wrong-about-the-housing-bubble/278279/

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GOOG definitely is the surprise in that list and the one I wouldn't agree with. I don't think it's a screaming buy right now, but I would probably buy if it approached 2k. Other than that I'm with you.

TTCF, CRSR (and to a lower extent SHOP, NET) have been shilled a lot by Youtubers and subreddits over the past 1.5 years or so.

PEP, PG, KO, WMT, COST are just companies in sectors that have a reputation for doing well during difficult times and downturns, some of them are often known as value companies. But so much money has rotated into them that they're far from being value now and are trading at valuations they have no business trading at.

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PEP, PG, NEE, KO, GOOG, TGT, and COST. If I want to get downvoted.

TTCF, CRSR, NFLX, SHOP, and NET for the safer answers.

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PEP, PG, NEE, KO, COST, TGT, ADBE, SHOP, NET, WM, GOOG, AMZN, and HD.

Some have since started to come down though.

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So this portfolio is just 5% of my overall stocks, the rest is all in VT. I based my picks on companies which I believe in and which I believe will be around in 40 years time when I retire:

3M Company (MMM)

Abbott Laboratories (ABT)

AbbVie (ABBV)

Air Products and Chemicals (APD)

Cintas (CTAS)

Coca-Cola (KO)

Diageo (DGO)

Dover Corporation (DOV)

Johnson&Johnson (JNJ)

Lowe’s (LOW)

McDonald’s (MCD)

Microsoft (MSFT)

NextEra Energy (NEE)

Nike (NKE)

PepsiCo (PEP)

Procter&Gamble (PG)

S&P Global (SPGI)

Verizon (VZ)

Visa (V)

Waste Management (WM)

They are all at equal weight. Any feedback is appreciated, let me know if you think I should add or remove a company :)

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Navy pep-rally weekend should be good for an extra 2% on top of what FOMO already had in store. Imagine patriotism in the non-hollywood version.

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PEG + P/FCF tell you if the price is right to buy a stock.

PEP (3/147)+ JNJ (5/55) + MCD (3.5/59) + PG (4.5/30).

If you go to Finviz.com these numbers are all red indicating way too high .

QRTEA + HOG + M + TPR + UNFI + TITN are all non-tech stocks with much better numbers

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My 401k began as safe, boring dividend stocks: BIPC, JPM, MMM, MPW, O, PEP, PLD, SHW, TROW. I also have CRM as an original 10 positions. I’m adding four new positions next week: MCD, WM, and I’m going to branch out a tad to boring, non-dividend companies with MKL and TYL.

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When you buy $10,000 of $QQQ here's how much of the largest stocks you're buying

$1243 of Apple $AAPL

$1056 of Microsoft $MSFT

$706 of Google $GOOGL

$599 of Amazon $AMZN

$388 of Tesla $TSLA

$351 of Facebook $FB

$333 of Nvidia $NVDA

$207 of Pepsi $PEP

$198 of Broadcom $AVGO

You can follow me on Twitter

https://twitter.com/samuelieach?s=21&t=dWehLN3czy8G2zrZ3i77OQ

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Its not an echo chamber to discuss to want to discuss for example if TGT is a better buy than PEP, KO, COST, WMT. What you did is come into that kind of thread to say buy index fund and ETF and move on.

I may get downvoted for going against the index fund crowd. But doing that in every thread makes this sub boring and those posts I referenced will keep popping up and getting upvoted to the top of this sub.

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Thanks for the pep talk

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Again, you are entirely cherrypicking here.

I could do the same and say you that if you looked at the following blue chips: IBM, DIS, MCD, PEP, KO, GE, GM

You'd find that not a single one of them has beaten the index over the last 5 years. Hell, GE isn't even profitable anymore.

And that's the point. You can't just randomly pick some blue chips from a few different sectors, and you can't expect certain companies to reliably beat the market just because they've done so in the past.

What you're spouting here is just utter nonsense. It's cherrypicking, it's survivor bias and the power of hindsight and ignorance combined. If beating the market was that easy, do you honestly think 90% would fail to do so over a prolonged timeframe? Or that people who compound at 20% over 10 years+ are legends in the financial space that people learn about?

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