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Coca-Cola is so massively overvalued. This tells me the market has completely mispriced growth & value stocks. Look if it was $VZ or $T up with Forward P/E's under 10 and higher dividends than Coca-Cola, I would understand the outperformance in the market. Coca-Cola is going to be a value trap for way way too many stockholders.

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>My advice: don't use leverage

Thoughts on HFEA?

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If you take money out of an inherited traditional IRA , it's taxable income. If it is a Roth it's not. There are rules and details about an inherited IRA. Talk to a CPA if you haven't already.

If the manager of the account now t uncoopy, it may take longer than a few days to transfer. I once had a transfer take 3 weeks, not due to Vanguard.

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I work in software sales with a lot of brands who operate at retail. Freight costs are not at their peak but still high, T&E budgets are being frozen, layoffs are coming. Even with revising estimates down for July, everything is going to get ravaged. We'll have bear market rallies but prepare for some shit guys..

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https://twitter.com/carlquintanilla/status/1542166331180683264?s=21&t=Dbnu4uv0dJunBbR-Tqqdjg

Prime day about to be 🔥

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"This guy wears a t shirt and says banks are bad why shouldn’t I give him my entire retirement?" Random Celsius customer

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I do t identify as bull or bear but I am certain that we are about to drill so hard that my nonbinary partner horse is about to blow a load the size of the Atlantic Ocean

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https://twitter.com/allyversprille/status/1542167018882928644?s=20&t=mVZcu5BXzlZHnpfeJetqvg

Posting again. $Hood and $coin calls if this gets traction

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Hey man glad you're out. I just want to say thanks as I checked out a couple of your YouTube videos many years ago. You had some solid biotech investing advive and I took it. I made a buttload of $$$ on hemophilia a and car t companies. I don't know why I threw many thousands of $$s into your investing advice, but it worked out in the end!

Best of luck to you bro

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https://twitter.com/allyversprille/status/1542167018882928644?s=21&t=Dbnu4uv0dJunBbR-Tqqdjg

Uhhh, buy more 🌽?

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What do you mean “pay SEPP”? The 72(t) is a great option for anyone retiring early.

Also, if they both max a Roth IRA for the next 24 years, that is almost $300K in contributions that would be accessible to them with zero taxes or penalties.

Of course a Roth bridge can also be created to add to these options, and of course the option of Rule of 55 for the 401K really gives them a lot of options.

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What do you mean “pay SEPP”? The 72(t) is a great option for anyone retiring early.

Also, if they both max a Roth IRA for the next 24 years, that is almost $300K in contributions that would be accessible to them with zero taxes or penalties.

Of course a Roth bridge can also be created to add to these options, and of course the option of Rule of 55 for the 401K really gives them a lot of options.

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It's $NFLX collapsing and too many $T holders getting a discovery stock when all they wanted was a nice dividend. AT&T 's market cap is $138B. WBD is $31B. That means there are nearly 5x too many holders of $WBD than there were before the split creating way too much selling pressure on $WBD. I'm holding but ty for letting me vent.

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Is Verizon, t mobile, or at&t worth hopping into right now? Recession is good for steady revenue stream and dividend paying companies like telecom right

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i don t know man

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Did Cathie Wood buy $WBD and add it to $ARKK? I'm tempted to just sell it now so I don't have to look at the stock ticker anymore and put the cash into more $T which I should have done after the split. It would likely be a bad financial move but it would help my mental health : )

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Damn, no beating around the bush.

https://twitter.com/BrendanCarrFCC/status/1541823585957707776?s=20&t=2lIJFXjiVeP5Pet9-mKxKw

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EVGO tanking like a T-90 in Ukraine

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What are your thoughts on the new conspiracy behind the creators of Bored Ape Yacht Club being crypto-fascists? And how will it affect the NFT space?

If you don't know what im talking about this has gained a lot of traction the past week or so.

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Our companies CIO staffed our tier one and two from the local IT team. He said it was going to provide better service, but all they are all ticket pushers. Their main goal is to provide a quick SLA and meet their KPIs, and service is crap. If they do t resolve your issue you have to great a new issue in service now. They can’t even resolve tickets, we even tell them what todo and they can’t even route to the right team. They have basic issue understanding what DNS is and why you would want SRV records. In all about 50-70 it folks got canned world wide to move IT to India. The CIO is has now been promoted to VP CIO for saving the company money, but in reality his compensation probably squashes the savings.

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Go buy ibm intel AT&T all good dividend lol. But look at their 5yrs charts lmao

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SPY whips its hair back and forth

SPY whips its hair back and forth

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Speaking of lifestyle inflation...I wonder if it's worth 50 bucks to send a complete stranger a custom "Superlatives are the Bestest" t-shirt?

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That list I just laid out - whoops forgot the iPhone SE 3 for like $250 - is with your AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile service. Or US Cellular in select markets.

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Remember when it was a term of endearment to call each other the the word that starts with f and ends with t?

Well the sub got too popular and the admins/mods made it a slur again. So although it might be tempting to congratulate someone's 500% return with the highest honor of "you glorious f slur"

Now we have to just say things like "good job friend". Just letting you know, last thing we need is you going back to prison.

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Yesterday, I tried to time the market and I ate another -6%, I'm done with this sh*t, I also will wait

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Too difficult to say. I'd say a minority, but only just a minority.

Thing is you can get discounts by financing - notably at Walmart I can't emphasize this enough - and then pay it off early once the return period has passed.

AT&T requires a maximum 33% downpayment. Verizon and T-Mo can accept downpayments up to a dollar away from paid off.

I believe carriers may believe the majority of customers finance as the use of sim swapping is invisible to them. However, T-Mobile may have metrics as for security reasons - I mean if your phone is locked with a PIN or such sim theft is super easy - they require registering your sim card to the serial number of your new device as a sort of identity protection step. You either have to call in and two factor with them, or go in-store and verify your ID and then two employees have to enter their credentials in sort of like the keys to a missile launch. It's actually kind of funny.

What doesn't matter as much though is what's happening on the ground, it's what these behemoths believe is happening on the ground. It's why Verizon has been caught with its pants down, T-Mobile has 99% coverage in the country now, gobbling up rural areas they didn't have service in before while Verizon has started neglecting that base, and then these are the guys who actually have 5G service. Meanwhile AT&T has been burning cash on catching up. Verizon is like... Maybe the number three carrier as far as coverage and overall speed goes now.

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My dad has stocks from the 90s he hasn't touched or looked at in years. He has some pre pre pre split AT&T shares. There are so many shares of anything that can be sold anyday

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I prefer to turn them around and it becomes more of a challenge. The infl gleaned from t can be refined and used again. Unless you are so busy with orders you don't have time for it. Then it's ok to just pass on it with a "Thank you for your interest and please let me know if I can assist further", because it's not worth investing the time and trouble into it.

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  • I view debt as I no longer work for myself but for the banker and why at age 22 I built my own house and didn;t have any debt until age 30 or so.
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Everyone loves t-shirts. Send them a t-shirt with their logo on it.

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The whole refresh cycle is a legacy from contracts.

Cellular companies are still waking up from hating their customers and viewing them as stupid trash. T-Mo has done what it's done by loving its customers instead.

The whole two year financing thing was a way to psychologically replace contracts in the minds of the customer who overspends on their device. So you have a thousand dollar phone and you either turn it in, pay off the remaining balance early if you want to escape a bad carrier/poorly fitting carrier, or wait things out. People look at a $500 balance and go, yikes, I'll just wait it out thank you. More importantly, this serves a psychological purpose in comforting carriers that hate/look down upon their customers and don't understand they could stop churn by just not sucking. Big bigot boomer energy, there.

They seem to have foreseen this backfiring and offer trade in subsidy programs, but those still require owning your phone and thus paying it off early.

I suspect this will have lower impact on Apple than you think. People tend to buy the best iPhone they can and then use it until the batteries aren't available any more or until the software updates stop. The people who have to upgrade every year just buy it outright. The smartest people just get their devices at retailers like Walmart who discount the device retail in exchange for going on a payment plan and then just pay it off when it's time to upgrade. In summary, the people who upgrade frequently are going to upgrade frequently regardless and the people who take forever to upgrade wind up with a decent deal. Carriers make/save money by offering upgrade deals on ancient iPhones because the "fleet" becomes more efficient, as it were.

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ofc, i know. the WHO essential medicine list is more geared towards developing economies where toxoplasma is more endemic. the reality is there are multiple options to treat t. gondii. it was discovered 70 years ago, too, so there is a paradox there, too.

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I just feel that AT&T is following the road map laid out by Huawei. Being backed by it government and all. Thus, not only phones are the bet for AT&T. But more like infrastructure like fiber optics or just developing new generation tech like it’s been doing from G1-G6

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"Don't you call this a regular jam".
Enjoyed your story and style. Rise and fall and come back stronger. Been there and got the t-shirt. Run your winners, buy and hold is dead, time in the market, choose any two. Nobody knows.

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I just feel that AT&T is following the road map laid out by Huawei. Being backed by it government and all. Thus, not only phones are the bet for AT&T. But more like infrastructure like fiber optics

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Sales of retail physical products are strong, and so they have been.

But price is set in the COMEX futures and OTC derivatives markets and is pretty detached from physical demand. A large sovereign buyer/seller may push the price around a bit.

You would need large investors outside the normal futures and options traders to demand T+2 bar delivery and drive severe backwardation and widen spreads and premiums for $2500+ to be anything but a blowoff top spike. Or invest in fully allocated, unencumbered physical trusts as opposed to products like GLD.

All that said, if you would have told me a year ago that the DXY would have soared like it has and interest rates screaming higher like they are and gold hold above $1800/oz I would have told you not very damn likely.

There is some strength there being driven by something else then the normal spec/commercial circle jerk.

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T-1 min for TIMBERRR

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huge M pattern on most charts, time to DRILL HARD IN t-3 min

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Verizon changed payment plans to 36 month financing. You can still pay it off early any time you want.

They formerly offered you a choice. When I spoke to my Verizon contact with feedback about sentiment over this, they expressed that their research dictated that customers preferred the lower monthly cost. So from their perspective this was a win/win because happier customers roped in to service psychologically for longer. Primed to backfire though. Also, they're mimicking the AT&T system to some degree.

This was a response to AT&T's two and a half year financing. However, how they leverage that is that they frequently offer subsidies on devices or extra trade in value and if you pay the device off early, you lose your trade-in credits or your loyalty credits.

Meanwhile T-Mo is eating the customers from the kthe two left and right because they're still on two year payment plans and also device unlock happens more quickly than the other two, which is popular with people who travel.

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Yes AT&T win Gov 5g

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Start with a commitment to eat everything you buy. As you go through the store, ask will we eat this up? Everytime you throw something away, ask...how could that be avoided next time.

Have a couple of grab and quick heat up options in the freezer (a batch of stew or soup) so when you reach for the take-out menu, you can ask...would it be just as easy to heat up _____?

Lastly, don't empty your 'envelope' at the end of the month..let any leftover stay and add to ne t month. This is an incentive to try to come in under budget and allows you do build up some buffer for that birthday dinner, or food for entertaining.

Good luck!

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>Aren't you the guy that hiked up the price of an essential medicin by like 50 times?

Fuck yeah he is! The man is a living LEGEND for it as well! He played the insurance companies with their own game!

From memory he also provided extreamly CHEAP or in some cases FREE access to that same medication for people who didn't have insurance or couldn't afford it. What a epic POS, right! Poor insurance companies getting shown up like that!

Then he used the PROFITS to invest into research for uncommon medical conditions that were not traditionally "profitable" to warrant the R&D to bring much needed medications to the few patients that desperately needed such medical help..... What a c#%t!

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I have the T shirt. Still Testing.

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I don"t have a question. Just hope ya looking after yourself. Enjoy life

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AT&T owns my mom

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Bought T calls Jan 24, $21 strike for $1.65 over a week ago. I'm also long holding shares on T for the dividends. Bought after the WBD spinoff

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Why is this guy so butt hurt about AT&T

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AT&T also defense

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AT&T waste a shit ton of money though.

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Is AT&T part of the infrastructure deal? For telecommunications?

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Heading to my garage trading station, in the middle of changing the engine/trans/t-case mounts and isolators on the Willys.

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I think the answer is “it depends”. First, are you sure you will have excess funds? A couple funding a 30 year retirement would likely need $2-4M in retirement accounts. Are you there? If it looks like you will get over that in the future, you can simply retire earlier. Rule of 55 or 72(t) are two options.

Also, you each can gift $16K annually now to your son(total of $32K). Double if he has a spouse. Triple if he has a kid. He will likely benefit a lot more from this now, compared to an inheritance at 60+. The government only gives a limited amount of 401K space per year. It’s rare for someone to end up with so much money that they can’t spend it during retirement. If you did this, awesome. But I wouldn’t throw away the option of tax-advantaged space if I had the choice.

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If there’s a surplus of tax money that means it is t being used... It should be used is my point and therefore it isn’t fiscally efficient. Where would that surplus normally go?

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Sharing as many options as possible even if they are slight variations to existing designs. Clients love options! Also, placing the logo in-situ - on a t-shirt, on a storefront, on a bag (whatever is relevant to their business).

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https://twitter.com/deitaone/status/1542123329196261376?s=21&t=BAE1cF4xg-pFQk5wtxGwBQ

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IIPR is solid. When the market comes back they are a guaranteed money maker. If it doesn’t double in the ne t two years I’d be shocked

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Five year chart up big though, This company Has been a Jim Cramer favorite, maybe the sh*t is about to hit the fan.

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>Other 401ks and IRAs you basically have to leave in until retirement.

Not necessarily, you can access other accounts through 72(t) SEPP, rule of 55, or Roth conversion ladder.

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Warner Bros Discovery= Free cash flow heavy next year, a huge push of more mainstream content going into this / next year (House of the Dragon, The Last of Us, Harry Potter spin off), knocking it out the park with prestige stuff and making heavy cuts when all the streamers spending heavily and an international launch over the next few years (in only about half the markets were Netflix is now). If cash flow takes their leverage down to 2/3x over the next few years, you're looking at a conservative 200% return on investment by 2024/5. Currently very cheap due to AT&T overhang.

Magnachip: In this recently (a few days ago), a semiconductor company based in Korea entering the automotive semiconductor sector, growing pretty rapidly and the automotive semiconductor industry is expected to be worth more than mobile and notebook by 2026. Also has 4 interested buyers. Cash rich with half their market cap being cash currently (so potential buybacks if the industry gets rocky)

I don't own it yet, but Illumina is definitely on the list for the future. It's the ASML of genome sequencing.

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  • dealers don;t care about your manner of financing at all and in fact could cost you money if they have manuf incentives based on financing thru them
  • you can walk into a dealer with a bag of cash and be no different. Its the market demand on the cars that drives "negotiation", less demand more able to negotiate vs high demand and you pay the price on the window.
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That budget needs to go to cleaning all the sh*t up in Cali..

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And on top of that, the collateral situation would resolve itself within a day (it was already the next day when it was waived and then it's just one more for T+2 settlement) while a margin call doesn't just resolve itself by time passing - it can get better but can also get worse.

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See, in a College Far Far Away. When I first began that Freshman year of mine. . . .dreaming of the days when I'd be the next " Mad Man "of this agency or that.

<( Perhaps with a tech start-up or a new ( ground breaking form of global interconnectivity that would charge the world )>

I forgot ONE very important note to keep track of, and my life / career has never been the same because of it 🤷‍♂️ . . . Most of the "Companies" => "Businesses" => "Non-Profits" => "Local Government Sectors" . . . . Are full of owners, bosses, managers, CEOs, etc.

  • That have been in those fields -->
  • With those companies -->
  • Doing the same "Tried and True" or "Business As Usual"
  • Aging Out

-------> People that have already made their companies, are used to "competing" before it was feasible for an average joe with an idea and crowdsourcing to outshine them and be an actual threat to their business.

Things "Used to Work" for them, they just aren"t working the same way they used to anymore. But I'm sure, like everything else theyve done for their company until now, they know exactly whats wrong, how to fix it, and what needs to be done to "Get it back how it was"

So, you miss the overall point of ClickFunnels I think; it's really mostly just;

1: Neatly packed "new ideas" 2: Things to try" ( to always be A/B testing; Am-I-Right? 🤷‍♂️ ) 3: A way for companies to feel like they're both learning and completing things that make them just as good as any marketer who has spent years studying customers and being adaptive with markets, et.etc. ==> Just like they "used to be" when they always had the answers on hand, or could be a plucky little go-getter themselves and figure it out on their own and make another million before brunch.

If you ask me;

The ClickFunnels B2B business model isn't about helping your business get customers, but about appealing to aging out professionals that would rather do it themselves regardless of how bad their results are than hire someone half their age that understands everything they don't AND ADMIT THAT TO ANYONE.

NOT the customers that business owner is trying to reach.

That's why they're a $9 Billion+ company and you're;

MAKING nonsense PosTS about HoW ThEy Type

🤷‍♂️

Or, you know, something like that I guess

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It certainly wouldn´t have been spent primarily on groceries and gas

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>SOME JAPAN ALUMINIUM BUYERS AGREE Q3 PREMIUM AT $148/T, DOWN 14% FROM CURRENT QUARTER - SOURCES

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-06-29 ^04:16:22 ^EDT-0400

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Except the majority of the inflation now is based on "scarcity" of products due to "supply chain issues" (after Covid manufacturing restrictions have been over in most corporations nationwide for over a year--except for Shanghai. Granted, we can't prove that the scarcity is not on purpose by the manufacturers) and many companies taking advantage of that storyline. Including gas companies and stations while oil prices have gone down. Some is based on lack of car chips for computers and Abbott's irresponsibility in failing to create baby formula safely and finding a way to resolve that problem and now tampons. How can these last two be production problems? Aren't they made by a machine? Amazing how things that are still most greatly affecting women (though men have made big increases in performing much more of a childcare role) were having a big shortage, when women were the biggest part of Trump and Biden wins in 2016 & 2020 respectively. Hmmm🤔🤔🤔 Watch out America, do your research, based on facts and multiple sources. Things will get crazier as things get worse for the top powers that be, involved in 1/6, both in D.C. and former Trump Administration employees. Maybe even as long as Putin is involved in Ukraine too. This is a great site for checking media bias and factual accuracy. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/&ved=2ahUKEwjamYzWhtL4AhULH0QIHSOHBLMQFnoECAQQAQ&usg=AOvVaw0AyNpAp6BLjSTtkhm6jn6

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FA, sure, but it's more about branding yourself, professional medical delivery. When a member of your team walks into a pharmacy, they should know there's a medical delivery about to occur from a highly trained, professional member of your delivery team. Medium sleeve, button up with embroider logo , above, left.

You ever get an invoice from a company? Logo on the envelope and on the invoice and any other communications.

If you want to be taken seriously, by one of the most serious industries, you need to look the part.

Delivering pharmasuticals, you should have a white cargo van with a lock cage for safe and secure transportation of drugs. You'll probably need special license from city, state and fed. Don't forget the insurance.

There's like going to be like three forms of paperwork there's a copy for us there's a copy for years a copy for the fed the state is probably five it's probably like five

unless you're just bringing weed to medical marijuana facilities then all you would need is a guy named sunshine his VW bug and hell he can wear a build a cat t-shirt

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I don;t understand how it's possible.

They say a regressive system stems from a flat tax, but if the tax is flat how rich people can pay less(as a percentage of their income) than the poor?

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Cali - most innovative. tree huggers run amuck! rolling blackouts, droughts with the wealthy using 10s of thousands of gallons of water on their lawns. not to mention the others. now what they thought they were protecting is the very thing causing the opposite to occur.. >leading the way to failure! W T G!

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I'm very sorry that you both have to deal with this. All the best for you and your wife.

Assuming no other family t I help, you will need:

  • time off work (lots of appointments) -PTO hit

  • lots of carry-out

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You go to irs.gov, or you can file a 4506-t.

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Tren(T) img

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These are the Dot Com 2.0 stocks. Most will never recover. That doesn't mean you can't recover some of their lost value by holding. But they are never hitting those ATH's in 2021 ever again, just like $INTC and $CSCO never hit dot com 1999 ATH's ever again.

I would recommend to not buy anymore shares of these stocks and just hold what you already have and buy value stocks to diversify. Who is your cellphone provider? Buy $T or $VZ. What is your utility provider? Buy that stock. Do you shop at $WMT or $TGT? Buy the stock of that store.

My worthless 2 cents.

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How much is your time truly worth? You need to answer that honestly by dividing your total revenue by the number of hours you work.

My other suggestion would be to do a Time Study (tracking how much you time you spend on each different aspect of your business).

Are you spending several hours doing $20/hour work (e.g. bookkeeping, paperwork) when you’re really worth $50 or $100 or $500 an hour?

Then, I would research what you can do for help in those areas— do you need a W2 employee or can it be a 1099 or can you just hire a cheap virtual assistant? War Game it out.

T

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If it sounds too good to be true...

My guess is that the 4% is limited to a small balance. Even $1000 means you only get like $0.10 a day. Or there are other hoops you have to jump through.

T-Mobile has an account with a similar rule, 4% APY on up to $3000 if you make 10 purchases in a month, and 1% APY on everything else.

Great if you are making those purchases anyway, not so great if you are making a purchase that you didn't need, just to hit your 10.

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For me, "T-shaped" skills are a good way to approach marketing meaning you have a broad knowledge in all areas of marketing, and a deep understanding in one or two.

In my experience, it's hard to be as effective as you want to be in different channels/efforts when you have to divide your focus. At the same time, that broad experience helps you work with others on the marketing team if you are in a more specialized role.

Long-story short. Get familiar with all areas of marketing as they should integrate and support each other, but don't be afraid to deep dive into one or two areas that interest you. You can always shift that focus as things change.

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Bingo. I have gotten more T as well since selling WBD. Market needs to learn about WBD, we will see where the price ends up. Market never lies

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since she was becoming so rich, she probably didn{t ttake half his shit

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Because I enjoy looking like a T-Rex

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I sold two days after the spinoff on 4/13 as I saw WBD was a mess and the analysts then as in now have no clue what WDB will earn now or in the future.

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I sold WBD for an average of $26.60 on 4/13. Since then it is down $12.94 or almost 50% at $13.66

With the proceeds I bought more AT&T at $19.42. AT&T is up $1.19 or 6% at $20.61

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Analyst's have a handle on AT&T's earnings prospects but have no clue what WDB will earn now or in the future.

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Example(s):

AT&T: $0.53 to $0.70 with average $0.61

WBD: -$0.72 to $0.49 with average of -$0.01

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The “rule of thumb” for bond allocation has really shifted a lot.

Usually you would t see double digit bond allocation until 40s or even 50s.

I’m in my mid 30s and have not touched bonds at all; in fact my kids 529 target rate fund has more bonds than my retirement account

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Generally there is a "T-14" law that is basically the top 14 law schools you go to if you're going to be anybody in law. Beyond the top 14 you're a nobody (since law school seems to have infinite spots unlike say medical school).

https://www.shemmassianconsulting.com/blog/t14-law-schools

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Throwaway is correct, you are just confused, and that's ok. VT is just the publicly investable equities market(roughly), and equities are just a small portion of all the investable asset classes in the world(Bonds, Real Estate, Commodities, etc).

Check out this Bogleheads forum thread. Bill Sharpe (of Sharpe Ratio fame and a Nobel prize) thinks it's a fine idea(see my link above for source video).

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