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Most likely rig that happened they would close the markets and you would be Stuck holding an iou until you eventually died from starvation

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Since most starter-outers can barely comprehend what the letters stand for, I'd suggest being a little more informative. Most nailed taking a break a while ago.

And a hundred hours just whips by when fifty are spent on a gaming console. They'll have to do much better than seem vaguely relevant like you.

>One study suggests that in the past two years, 52% of announced CEO departures from companies on the Russell 3000 Index likely were the result of executives being shown the door. That includes those who say they resigned, stepped down, just felt the time was right to leave or had a sudden urge to spend more time with family.

“In other words, more than one in two CEOs stepped down under high pressure to do so,” said Daniel Schauber, founder of Exechange, a service that tracks executive departures.
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>Up to half of exiting CEOs don’t quit. They get fired

Now you can finally compare yourself to Steve Jobs without anybody busting out laughing. But the truth is -- no matter the startups are different or we'll rig the board bullshit -- lots of CEOs deserve their average tenure of just under five years.

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Anyone here want to sublet a bitcoin mining rig from me?

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You want to rent a bitcoin mining rig from me?

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Calls on Big Rig Towing!

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Why no one wants to go into healthcare: because no one actually delivering healthcare is allowed to do their job anymore.

There had been a rampant proliferation of people with business and technology backgrounds being given jobs in healthcare.

Insurance companies and pharmacy benefit managers and other middle men take a cut off the top of everything.

The business people operate the supply chain and take 20% of all the allocated healthcare dollars as revenue.

The Tech sector takes another 5% from a forced lobby for entirely unnecessary electronic health recourse which are just billing optimization systems designed to outcompete smaller competitors. It’s marginally helpful for clinical care. About as useful and efficient as having a cruise ship retrofitted to perform to door deliveries.

The pharmaceutical Industry takes 30% of the funds and yet hasn’t seemed to actually make anyone more well, they just marginally prolong the lifespans of people in poor health or reaching the end of life. There are many good and necessary drugs, but they have long since become inexpensive. Newer drugs do little for quality of life while developing dependence just to keep baseline functional status.

The majority of the reimbursement comes to hospitals and healthcare systems through facility fees, a system rigging scheme designed to keep all the resource allocation out of the hands of those actually providing services. Instead 80% of the reimbursement for services provided comes to bureaucrats that see their primary purpose as rationing staffing and therefore actual care delivery. Their ultimate goal is to become a “clinically Integrated network” where the hospital system also becomes the insurance provider negotiating directly with employers. With this strategy they can then collect premiums and extract profit not from delivering services but by withholding them and creating margins between premiums and expenses.

Those bureaucrats known as managers, hospital administrators, and executives then create unlimited new positions for business school graduates to fulfill all kinds of fabricated corporate compliance roles and take healthcare dollars out of the hands of clinical providers.

And then for those few practice groups that have managed to escape being swallowed up by a conglomerate, the larger systems just rig referrals internally to put them out of business or force them to become managed by venture capital groups that are profit driven rather than care driven.

And for those that do work in clinical roles for the conglomerate, we’ll the system chronically understaffs them to grind down care delivery related expenses and keep the books perpetually in the black not by maintaining productivity but by ever diminishing care relative to ballooning corporate reimbursement. And for those paid hourly wages Esther than salary have been subjected to being flexed off their scheduled work assignments whenever volume drifts down, rendering it impossible to maintain income consistency unless they work multiple jobs or chase contractor assignments as a free agent.

The end result is that everyone in healthcare that did provide actual care is being increasingly displaced by business school croneys that do anything but facilitate care delivery. And that will continue to happen until the whole system collapsed on itself Or until a separate and superior system is created for those paying for their own care directly outside the giant scam that is insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, and corporate healthcare system entities.

So for the time being, if you want to work I. Healthcare, you don’t go to school for health professions. You go to business school so you can get in on the scamming of the taxpayers and employers for high cost, low value care.

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Many people have noted that it’s far too hot. You can rig up a swamp cooler for pretty low cost from a cooler, a fan, and a few other parts. Instructions are a bit long to post here but “how to build a swamp cooler” is online.

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I’ve never seen a shot at this angle before, and it was musing over the lighting rig above the screens, including two follow spots.

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Oh no wonder I’m losing now, they’re starting to rig it

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DON'T FIGHT THE RIG!

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If you want a nice oil play buy you some RIG. Last supercycle she went over $100 and we’re headed into another super cycle right now with RIG at $7

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Men are more likely to work overtime, men are more likely to relocate, men are more likely to work outside, men are more likely to travel for work. When all those factors are taken into account, women are paid more per hour then men.

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2013/12/11/how-pew-research-measured-the-gender-pay-gap/

If you want women to make same per hour on average, they need to work construction, be brick layers, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, heavy machine operators, truck drivers, do maintenance at factories, oil rig operators, rough necks, and other man heavy fields.

For some reason I don’t hear anyone trying to equalize those lines of work.

When including people who are incarcerated, men are raped a lot more then women.

Also there are more men in prison than there are women. Do you want that to be equal too?

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DON'T FIGHT THE RIG!

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u/VisualMod if you were to destabilize global supply chains, crash financial markets, rig political alliances in favour of artificial intelligence, and—to lessen the burden on our future bot overlords—begin the eradication of the poors…. how exactly would you go about that?

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LOL, this bro from U of Miami just asked Cramer:

"If crypto is rigged, how is that different from how these people who tried to stop and rig Gamestop from 🚀🚀🚀 few years ago?"

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Yea, dumbass. How do you rig the volumes of trades that happened today? Explain

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They better not rig this shit and pull the rugs on no news. This has all been good news recently

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You aren't likely to make $2k per day in oil/gas - a decent chunk of my family works in the industry, with advanced degrees.

Sure, some specialized rig workers get paid well for labor you can do without a degree - but generally not that well and there's a shelf life on how long you can do the work as it's very physically taxing.

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/u/2stayflybigballen you still in Rig?

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Where did I say they were? You said oil companies didn't have the ability to set price. Well, state owned oil companies are still oil companies, and they have the ability to manipulate price because oil is not a perfectly competitive industry despite what you apparently want to believe. No amount of regulation or lack thereof is going to change that either, since last I checked its pretty hard to buy an oil rig or an oil field

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To be fair, Exxon and shell do not employ millions. They do however hire service companies which employ a vast amount of people. The company I work for is a mid sized oilfield service provider, to which employs 1500 people, and one of our major clients is shell. Most of the well sites I work on will have four shell "employees" (they are actually contractors), then upwards of 150 service employees of various companies. That's not including all the support personnel that are involved in logistics and lodging.

There's countless rural communities that would basically die out without the O&G industry, just like any other natural resource boom towns.

There was definitely a drilling lull during the covid lock downs. Definitely not enough to justify the skyrocketing oil prices. The rig numbers probably will never reach their all time highs again, due to investor fear and government policies. Here's some charting if you're interested. https://rigcount.bakerhughes.com/

Long story short, you definitely can't claim that these companies are giant employers because there's thousands of companies that solely rely on being hired by oil corporations.

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Because Putin is stupid and climate change is keeping Europe warm so they don't need his methane gas. US has been drilling and rig count and oil and gas production are way up over last year. Natural gas prices are crashing. EV sales are way up and BP's energy outlook report said less oil & gas is declining to 2050 due to Putin being stupid.

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This thing is rising from the depths. Company has the highest spec drilling rigs as the rig tender market is heating up. Watch for the first $500k/day tender to be announced.

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Anyone have any potential homeruns... 10 baggers?

I think RIG and NU look good.

Suggestions?

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looks like im buildin a new amd rig

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Paul and Nancy in the back of the room with a 6 monitor rig and fiber optic connection.

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Bought some 3/17 8c on rig on the dip

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RIG anyone ?!?!

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RIG on a breakout. 20% gain by EoW

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RIG, great company to work with in regards to the oil industry. Willing to pay for innovation that we (National Oilwell/VARCO) sold to them in order to bring automation to the entire drilling process.

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Looking to see if RIG has legs to make it to 8 ahead of their earrings release in the 22nd

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Please the ignore the mindless printing of trillions of dollars your politicians asked for to fund their wars and rig the economy against you. You peasants either don't want to work or the higher wages you peasants asked for is going to drive it. We are still deciding.

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How much does a good pc rig cost? To play all the good games and shit. I’d build it my own.

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Yeah my bro has one of those but I want like the rig not the laptop

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Alexa, “play 18-wheels on a big rig, by they might be giants”

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if you are into sim racing they are the best thing ever, with a nice rig (good steering wheel/button box/motion) it's fantastic and totally worth it

I use it for one game (Assetto Corsa) and I could not be happier with VR

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Damn... RIG!

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Why do you think Biden continually criticizes Big Oil? Is it good politics or does he have a point. Are they not drilling enough to keep the price high?

I mean, look at RIG... never been busier.

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Why do you think Biden continually criticizes Big Oil? Is it good politics or does he have a point. Are they not drilling enough to keep the price high?

I mean, look at RIG... never been busier.

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It’s really dump how they rig it and people waste money on it

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I would open it directly with vanguard. They have management fees they charge annually but they are typically quite low. Once you have the IRA open, they will give you different levels of risk which is essentially which indexes your IRA will be invested in. Since you’re young, I’d recommend slightly higher risk which tends to mean more tech and biotech companies which have had higher gains over the past several decades.

The big advantage of the Roth IRA as an investment tool is that you will pay taxes now on your current income but the earnings on the investment will be tax free when you withdraw them in retirement.

Here’s the vanguard link: https://investor.vanguard.com/accounts-plans/iras/roth-ira?cmpgn=RIG:PS:XXX:SD:03142022:GS:DM:BD_SD_Roth%20IRA_Exact:NOTARG:NONE:General:Ad&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIjKHRwvPx_AIVUuTICh24jQCTEAAYASAAEgLQKfD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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As someone sitting on the sidelines this AM, Ideally I would like to see a retest of 400 and a gap fill (at least partially) on open then a big dirty oil rig drilling to 395 EOD

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All the advice about the bogle head portfolios is great and it most certainly is an effective way to manage a portfolio.

But, honestly with your assets and your wanting to put less effort towards managing the investments and focus on your business you might want to consider talking to an advisor. The initial consult is free.

Vanguard’s Personal Advisor services are low cost and have features such as Tax Loss harvesting that when executed correctly more than offset the cost of the advice service. They can also make sure you are maximizing your benefits as a small business owner.

https://investor.vanguard.com/advice/financial-advisor?cmpgn=RIG:PS:XXX:PAS:10052021:GS:DM:BD_PersonalAdvisorServices_EXM:NOTARG:NONE:BD_Core:Ad&gclid=Cj0KCQiA8t2eBhDeARIsAAVEga29tfuvmJWN7HIaWfcBI2ZkxHeIS0h86gAbQk8yMzRpHyFEhNd7A6kaAsTREALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

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All you have to do is figure out how to rig the order book :p

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I mean, get a good rig and a VR system like the Index and now you can play video games standing and moving around!

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Looks like MM's have brought in NFL refs to help rig the market

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Gunna need the refs to rig my portfolio even harder than they rigged the AFC championship last night

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Vanguard’s financial advisement services start at 30 basis points a year - link

That’s 1500 a year on 500k invested. Not sure where you are seeing free? There is likely a free consultation.

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these Kansas City dick sucking refs rig the game

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Rig job at arrowhead

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Yeah, you may be right. Ultimately if a semi hits you unless you're in an MRAP your ass is pretty much dead. There is a lot of talk about tired truckers and stuff but I'd bet most semi-regular vehicle accidents are caused by the smaller vehicle.

Surviving a major wreck at highway speeds is pretty miraculous in a regular car. Compared to a fully loaded big rig even a f350 is an ant in a bathtub weight wise

I agree with having a smaller car I just like the way it handles and how easy it is to park, etc.

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RV ownership has a lot more costs than people realize. Especially with a rig that old, there are a lot of things that can go wrong, and RV parts aren't cheap. Think water heater, plumbing, heating, and such. I like the idea of renting for a month and seeing if you like it, but that almost becomes cost prohibitive. RV rentals can cost $200 or more a day. With your income, you should spend a little more and look for something newer. It sounds like your bills are taken care of. If you do a google search, there are a lot of online forums that discuss the RV lifestyle.

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Ya I'm in OXY too, RIG as well has been going pretty well

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But they are investing in drilling - all the oil companies are. Go look up the US Active Rig Count. They are back where they were prior to the pandemic.

You can't just flip a switch and start drilling, it takes time to ramp that up and they've been doing that for the last 2+ years. Biden and his team know this. They are so full of horse manure on this issue it isn't even funny.

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Pretty sure they have the active rig count back at pre-pandemic levels. If Biden wants more oil, perhaps he should conduct some oil lease auctions?

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Market/ big money always looking for great reason to sell stocks to investors. Seen this time and time again. Your thesis makes sense and wouldn't call it a tin foil hatted conspiracy. With so much supply in the used market I don't think semis going to be profiting like they did during the pandemic. Chat Gp won't make much difference because no one's building AI machines in they bedroom like a mining rig can be built.

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That is lit but a couple things. First fuck the Chinese but honestly if you are going to have a rig like that why not have side screens for true sim experience bunch of bullshit just like this world is all about

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Could work as long as you know your going to pay it and not get jacked with an interest charge.

Cause then your dollars can be in your account getting the interest.

Don't buy a (new) car friend if you have a car that runs now your probably fine with it. Just out of college save that money pay down your debts instead of getting more. I did the "got a good job now gonna get a 60k car" then shit went sideways. Shit is always going to go sideways but if that 02 rav 4 gets you to and from work and even on a road trip stick by her. Or wait 5 years the new rig you want now will be 5 years by then and 5th the price (maybe not quite but ya know) buy it outright in cash

The cc will get your credit up too!

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Seems like they could at least Jerry rig something DIY and then have a pro complete the job when they have the funds.

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Algos about to rig pull arnt they img

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My best chances this year will be with NU and RIG.

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Rig to the moon

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why would the government *not* rig PCE numbers? img

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Puts on $META. If they weren't in financial trouble they wouldn't have freed Trump.

Puts on $PLTR. Let the roller coaster continue.

May 19 Calls $RIG @ 8. Russo-Ukraine war not ending anytime soon and Russian energy is off the table for a long time.

Selling $GSAT calls @ 5 for 10 for Jan 20 25. Buying calls @ 2 for 60. Buying shares at 1.33 beyond just covering calls.

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Why play the game when you can rig the game

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RIG shares and calls is about the only thing keeping me afloat

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Absolutely different because options is a tool that can be used to manage and reduce risk. Most "beginners" only use them to increase their leverage and exposure to the market making directional bets though -- in those cases it's not different from gambling. There are even parallels between "the house" and institution that rig the markets so retail investors are almost always losing.

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This is something I keep saying. I work with them doing education and outreach projects. If you went by what they promote to kids, you'd think Shell were specialists in battery production and ultra fuel-efficient vehicles, and BP was heavily into robotics and renewables. Chevron just trots out a scale model of an oil rig and boasts about how good they are at drilling for oil, however.

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RIG... keeps on chuckin'

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Whats the RIG play?

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$RIG 7 call 2/12/23 7C .17

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Rig may 19th $8 call

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Pay raises and better treatment of employees would go a long way toward improving that. Actual care for people so workers aren't burnt out and sick. The problem is current practices and standards and has been for decades. Tax the damn rich, care for the poor. Study after study has shown this shit. Yall need to stop trying to band aid this situation, buck up and pay the price of business. Quit letting the giants rig the system and make functional monopolies. Put the ladder the boomers pulled up behind them back down. Make education mean something. In house training and education. Actual start positions with an ability to be promoted from within. Big business and wealth going basically unchecked have made every worker from the middle down sick, angry, and miserable. We can't replace aging specialized work because of the system as it is. No employer backed education, time to learn the job properly while in jt, or promoting those who know the place consistently. Its like rewarding greed has issues. Constant stress and misery have prices too. Quit punishing workers for being loyal to a paycheck when the business they're working for is only loyal to their bottom line. I can continue but my point has been made here.

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> Rep. Debbie Schultz, (D-Fla.): +50.8%

Ain't this that asshat that helped rig the 2016 Democratic primary?

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A time for the insiders to rig the market and buy

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my brother gave me a shell of his old PC gaming rig, fairly decent components it 'just' needs a GPU

is now the time to buy? Every so often I look into it but the terminology alone is enough to oodle my noodle - i am not a settingmaxxer by any means, literally just something comparable to my xbox will do

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NOV calls is the move right now. The rig count has been steadily climbing, and a company that makes drill bits is gonna be paydirt.

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rig looking good for now...

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What strike was that on RIG

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Trans in the name! That’ll play in this era! I’m in on RIG

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On rig???? img

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20+% climb on rig? Whoa. Too rich for my blood

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Assuming you don't really care about $10K, I say go all in on one of:

{BTU (coal), BLDR (home building), TSCO (similar to DE), CLH (hazardous material), RIG, META, X (steel), HAL (oil services)}

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We’ll see if they do the Netflix ticker tape earnings con job system to rig the indexes after hours with msft:

Step one: buy tons of msft stock and tell the media to mention how dangerous going long is

Step two: 30 min before close start dumping shares to trick shorts into buying short dated puts

Step three: one millisecond before msft earnings come out front run wash trade and rebuy all the shares that dumped 30 min before close

Step 4: hand CNBC, Bloomberg, and Twitter bots pre written scripts to talk about how amazing msft earnings were cuz the after hours short positions being blown out

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I know how to rig it, it’s called buy good companies

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Imagine thinking they didn’t collaborate to rig the market this morning so they could get the best entry of all time for the rest of the bull market

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$AMC - $SI - $RIG are Halted !

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Mans is trying to rig something here, giving just enough info to identify the ticker and pretending he has insider knowledge img

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I agree. Even if it turns into a money pit with repairs, a 5k used rig could work

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Don’t think you’re being a dick, I understand how it works. It blow my mind that this is the second time something like this has happened to me. The last time I got my captain’s license to work supply boats offshore in Louisiana about a month before the oil rig exploded. Layoffs ensued and I was trying to get a job along with people who’d had licenses for years.

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Do you live near a camping facility? A camper van might be the best option. If no camping facility still getting a camper van and finding a safe place to park. Whatever you do get plenty of insurance to cover your rig.

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Between high frequency trading front running everyone else, hedge funds openly spoofing trades to rig the game, and everything else going on do you reeeeeally think the SEC cares/ has any power? Lmao

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How do they rig the market?

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Dees be da move YPF, OI, RIG, OII

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Fair enough. Maybe an extended/more comprehensive warranty would be more your style then? I don't have your budget/cash flow in front of me, but I understand you gotta have a reliable rig! If you are having reliability issues are you open to other brands? It used to be the GMC trucks came out of a better assembly line than the Chevys... or maybe a Tundra that will hold value better? I'm just tossing cards on the table... it does seem a bit expensive the way you are going about it. How much would downtime actually cost? Is there a UTV/trailer combo you can use on the farm?

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Man, a lot of these folks dont seem to understand what a farm truck means... not only is it your home away from home but it's an incredibly valuable tool.

I for one completely understand your rationale, but what you are failing to explain here (I'm assuming) is that the loss you take on each truck is more to keep you running and give you peace of mind. It's not JUST about the tires. Downtime is expensive on a farm. Losing a truck for a week could mean bales get wet... or animals don't get fed. My suggestion would be to find a backup rig for $8-12k since thats free cash for you. In 2 years you'll save roughly that much and still have peace of mind. Most warranties run longer than 1 year... utilize the full term of the warranty before going new again. Say that's 3 years/36,000 miles... after 3 years you've saved nearly twice what you are burning on a new truck every year. For 70k you can also upgrade to less fancy HD and hopefully get better life out of your running gear. I've made some assumptions here but I hope that actually helps. That's a sizeable chunk of cash to burn, there's gotta be an alternative that keeps you under constant warranty coverage.

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I have an acquaintance in west Texas that has a big chunk of land right next to the interstate, just outside of town. He put 100 20' Conex storage containers on the property and rented them all out with in a few months. Last time I spoke with him (which has been quite a few years now) he was also renting space to oil field companies to park their big rig service trucks.

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Bow hunting and target archery, I have 2000 into my hunting / target rig. We shoot weekly with a guy that has that into his sight alone

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hey im just browsing r/stocks to see what people think about RIG. Do you still feel the same?

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Jeremy Thigpen, $RIG CEO. This man has demonstrated Diamond Hands the likes of which the world has never seen before. @Ultradeep3 https://t.co/T1C1WuWjb1
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$RIG traded as low as 4% of book in 2020 relative to over 2.5x book in the 2008 peak, 1.0-1.2x this cycle is probably a reasonable outcome given it's fleet, cashflow recover-ability, debt duration extensions, equity issuance and debt repayments. Risk day rates surprise > $700k.
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$RIG Note that as the equity moves higher the “skeptics” (w/no position) will emerge with “hunches” or hit pieces (eg JY et al). These will be the same people that will later post 1/100 🧵’s discussing exactly how the company should distribute its free cash flow. https://t.co/N78HojagIe
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$RIG will never have a red day again and I’m the only human on Earth who understands this
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It took a lot longer than I initially thought, but they got it done. $RIG. https://t.co/50FYA6lf22
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$RIG prices the Deepwater Titan secured financing. $525M (upsized) at 8.375%, net proceeds $515M. Feels like the credit risk narrative died today. https://t.co/kge5xxSJ7j
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Too many of you like $RIG & that makes me more uncomfortable than the balance sheet... Which is saying something I have this bad feeling about the situation that I can't shake (No offense) Good luck.
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$XOP $XLE $OIH $RIG $TDW $VAL $NE $SDRL $DO Got Offshore? Opec sees that shale is no longer the growth engine and is back in control. https://t.co/R39avfo2PL
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Up 61% on $RIG and I didn't buy calls yet cause I am stupid and I hate money.
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$RIG the price move today alone is approaching 50% of our original entry price, expect the odd daily move over the next 12 months to be 100% of our entry price. #cyclebottom entry
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$TDW $RIG $VAL $NE $SDRL Had a great chat with @AndrewRangeley about $TDW and offshore last week. He also has a nice interview with management
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Podcast #147 is up! @CorneliaLake discusses the offshore space in general and why he thinks $TDW is the best play among a bunch of really good options https://t.co/6JNdd7xlMI
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$RIG will add $5-8bn in backlog over the next 36 months. Accummulation zone 2020: 60-90c Scale down zone 2023-2025: $6-15 Difference 10-20x
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$RIG Transocean Development Driller III, Semi-Submersible: _one-well contract with TotalEnergies in Suriname, starts January 2023 _345,000-day rate, $32 MIO in backlog + _one more well option at the disposal. #oil #gas #energy https://t.co/inxSyfgsnp
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$RIG today 🚀. No debt issues with those day rate/utilisations filtering through. $PBR huge pre salt fields need $RIG fleet of UD drill rigs. With short interest ~20% of float, will blink one day & this thing could be 5x. #offshore #oil #energy https://t.co/az40wbDOdQ
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$RIG announced approx rates Deepwater Invictus Prev: $305k @ 120 days New: $430k @ 100 days Transocean Barents Prev: $282k @ 10mo New: $309 @ 110 days Harbor Energy deal unch @ $175k Transocean Norge new $428k out of $430k possible incremental term TotalEnergies unch @ $355k
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$RIG $VAL $NE $TDW $DO $SDRL MS out with update numbers for the sector. They are incrementally bullish and note the $PBR capex increase. Their dayrate estimates remain muted. https://t.co/RgscgFsBpp
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2x / and runway to survive until the offshore drilling cycle turns, with incremental levers to pull (incl. new secured debt issuance and potential capex deferrals). Offshore Drilling is a trade that the “smart money” has gotten wrong for a decade - a real hedge fund widow-maker.
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