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Same thing will happen as always. One of two political parties will hold the affirmation hostage until concessions are given to unrelated party line issues. Same thing that happened when the ACA was passing, "Tea Party" Republicans wouldn't affirm raising the ceiling until the Public Option was removed, rendering the ACA a shell of what it was supposed to be with no real way to bring down costs in this era. Long term, the ACA probably will bring down insurance costs simply due to standardized preventative medicine leading to less costs overall, but the Public Option was supposed to be the real catalyst to allow consumers to see lower costs in our day and age. All the news stations at the time (not just Fox News) reported it as a "debt ceiling crisis" or "debt ceiling standoff" but in reality it was just the TPR holding the regular vote to raise the ceiling hostage until the Public Option was taken out of the ACA. The turmoil/stalemating of government also caused S&P to drop the U.S.'s credit rating from AAA to AA+ for the first time.

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Discover is running a promo now; 150 cash bonus for 10k deposit, 200 for 25k

Savings rate is about 3.5

Discovers is nicer than CapitalOne in that Discover gives you the money right away, whereas CapitalOne had a 3 or 6 month holding period

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Yea no issue here it is:

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Hope some of you rode along with TPR puts.

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I just bought another $1k worth of TPR puts.

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TPR puts is the play. They're riding high with no holiday numbers in yet.

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Discover bank offering about 3.5% interest on its savings account.

Running a promo right now for a 150 or 200 cash bonus for new customers: https://www.discover.com/online-banking/savings-lng-04/?TPR=050&cmpgnid=ps-bk-ggl-bnd-OSA-pros&src=GOBP323&van=Dbank&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5NSdBhDfARIsALzs2EDkWN80cRVfHQWwcVffxA9JMMM4Hqk5fHFDjuNrJidNbqlGGDpiEyoaAiI5EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

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https://twitter.com/rhemrajani9/status/1608238810860605442?s=20&t=CrEoFbj1tprZClO6DYjrSA

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I have bought a small but meaningful amount of TPR puts for Feb. Shit is going to crater.

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He's definitely run afoul of labor laws.

https://www.tpr.org/technology-entrepreneurship/2022-11-16/workers-who-built-tesla-gigafactory-in-austin-accuse-employers-of-wage-theft-osha-violations?_amp=true

While he is suspected of fraudulent books in the early Tesla days they seem to have weathered the storm.

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My first duplex.... Seller repaired an incorrectly vented tpr valve by piping it to a bleach bottle. Lol

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Look at the mid cap lux/higher end brand names. Cpri, TPR, deck, lulu and so on. They are starting to break out

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$TPR reports tomorrow morning, the chart is poised for a decent gap in either direction.

Bull case: high margin operating environment, passing inflationary costs to consumers, surprisingly recession proof, low pe, they sell handbags, we all love all types of bags. Europe is posting strong numbers in luxury brands which may have offset the projected FX headwinds.

Bear case: FX headwinds, inventory issues (expecting a freight headwind in Q1 [this quarter]), reduced consumer spending into the holiday season.

Could go either way, however, ALL (not many, all) luxury brands are reporting strong earnings. Food for thought.

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I forgot too add tc energy TPR if you want to read up on it. Yahoo claims they may sell it out lol gives ya a hint big money wants it low maybe maybe not but I'm believing it's a good thing !! Any ideas or maybe knowing anything all input helps

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Obviously you should withdraw. The penalty is based on the pathetically low 1.29% APR.

However, I question your decision to get another CD during a rising rate environment. Are you going to be back here next year asking if you should cash out your 4.25% CD for a 5.5% CD?

I think you'd be better off getting a good savings account with a sign up bonus. For example:

https://www.discover.com/online-banking/savings-lng-04/?TPR=091

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Deck. The own uggs and Hoka. Hoka is on fire and the stock is performing very well in this environment. Sig. They own a bunch of jewelry stores across America - Zales, Jared, Kay, blue Nile, piercing pagoda, diamonds direct, James Allen and a few others. They have done a great job through the pandemic and are cheap af based on current projections. Onon- running shoes from Switzerland. Expensive but growing fast. TPR. They own Coach the hand bag company among other brands. Cpri- own Versace among other brands

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https://wolfstreet.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/US-CPI-2022-09-13-CPI-rent-OER-Zillow.png

https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/CPI-rent-vs.-Zillow-Observed-Rent-Feb.-2020-100.png

There's a long conversation regarding methodology. Ultimately, it comes down to either using an average of all rents paid, or measuring the costs of new leases. To a lesser extent, there's a difference in sample size.

Emailed BLS

>The monthly sample size is approximately 8,000 units

Emailed Apartmentlist

> generally based on between 100k and 200k units

Ambrose, Coulson, and Yoshida (2015) indicated that CPI methodology reflects the conditions with a lag ("sticky rents")

https://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/restat/v97y2015i5p939-950.html

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a few proposals:

https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/26485/modernizing-the-consumer-price-index-for-the-21st-century

(lag is mentioned on page 4-9 and 4-10)

>Recommendation 4.2: New data sources could also improve CPI's ability to reflect rapid changes in rent growth by allowing for the measurement of rent for a given housing unit in consecutive months.

If rent stickiness was worth a paper in 2015, it's much more apparent after seeing the different responses during covid-19. The stickiness creates two technical problems:

  • Inflation not seen quick enough, too slow to raise rates

  • Inflation deceleration not seen quick enough, rates can remain high.

And then there is the public perception problem. People on wallstreetbets lampooning the small increase in rents, as a mixture of incompetence or malfeasance (both of which are damaging to the institutional reputation).

I personally recommend tuning the methodology in a way that reduces that lag, so somebody with a lease signed in December 2021 isn't a datapoint for October 2022 cost of rent index.

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Excerpt from the linked piece filed October 12, 2022 14:07 GMT+1:

>LONDON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Britain's financial regulators will work together to tighten rules for pension funds which use derivatives to insure themselves against big moves in bond markets, drawing on lessons from past crises, the Bank of England said on Wednesday.

>The BoE said it would work with the Financial Conduct Authority and The Pensions Regulator to "ensure strengthened standards are put in place" on the use of liability-driven investment (LDI) strategies.

>The FCA regulates asset managers who sell and run LDI strategies, while TPR regulates pension funds. The BoE oversees banks, some of which are part of the LDI chain.

>LDI is a popular product sold by asset managers to pension funds, using derivatives to help them match assets with liabilities so there is no risk of a shortfall in money to pay pensioners.

> 

>Reporting by Huw Jones; editing by David Milliken and Bernadette Baum

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Buy newspaper. TPR would have been destroyed.

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Get the sign up bonus.
https://www.discover.com/online-banking/savings-lng-04/?TPR=023&cmpgnid=ps-bk-ggl-bnd-OSA-rlsa&src=GOBR922

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Discover has a sign up bonus if you deposit $15K.
https://www.discover.com/online-banking/savings-lng-04/?TPR=023&cmpgnid=ps-bk-ggl-bnd-OSA-rlsa&src=GOBR922

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Also here ya go

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150 sign up bonus 2 % apy so now your at 200 dollar difference in return

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Curious where you found that figure for total rental homes owned by institutional investors?. Went looking and only found this which deals with Texas primarily and mentions total sold houses over 2021 was 13% nationwide with nearly 30% in Texas being bought by institutional investors.

https://www.tpr.org/business/2022-06-14/investors-bought-nearly-a-third-of-all-homes-in-texas-last-year

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There's a long conversation regarding methodology. Ultimately, it comes down to either using an average of all rents paid, or measuring the costs of new leases. To a lesser extent, there's a difference in sample size.

Emailed BLS

The monthly sample size is approximately 8,000 units

Emailed Apartmentlist

generally based on between 100k and 200k units

Ambrose, Coulson, and Yoshida (2015) indicated that CPI methodology reflects the conditions with a lag ("sticky rents")

https://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/restat/v97y2015i5p939-950.html

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a few proposals:

https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/26485/modernizing-the-consumer-price-index-for-the-21st-century

(lag is mentioned on page 4-9 and 4-10)

Recommendation 4.2: New data sources could also improve CPI's ability to reflect rapid changes in rent growth by allowing for the measurement of rent for a given housing unit in consecutive months.

If rent stickiness was worth a paper in 2015, it's much more apparent after seeing the different responses during covid-19. The stickiness creates two technical problems:

Inflation not seen quick enough, too slow to raise rates

Inflation deceleration not seen quick enough, rates can remain high.

And then there is the public perception problem. People on wallstreetbets lampooning the small increase in rents, as a mixture of incompetence or malfeasance (both of which are damaging to the institutional reputation).

I personally recommend tuning the methodology in a way that reduces that lag, so somebody with a lease signed in October 2021 isn't a datapoint for August 2022 cost of rent index.

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There are a big handful of retail/brands with the exact same value proposition. None can seem to grow and therefore wallstreet seems totally uninterested. Even such names with growth (TPR and Cpri) don’t get any respect. I’m not sure how or when things improve but all these companies are cheap and on my radar for sure.

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It's actually true, I found it!

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search/?currentJobId=3235341600&f_C=7174%2C2714664%2C2714670&f_TPR=r604800&geoId=92000000

(If link doesn't work, go to BBBY on LinkedIn, select "jobs" and click "past week")

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This was already covered in the other threads about this.

Bankruptcy doesn't mean stores disappear overnight and everyone is immediately jobless, especially if its a chapter 11 reorganization. Sears filed for bankruptcy in 2018 and they still have stores left and are posting listings: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/sears-jobs-worldwide?keywords=Sears&location=Worldwide&locationId=&geoId=92000000&f_TPR=&f_C=1944%2C1242080%2C1942%2C31689&position=1&pageNum=0

Also, the 1,500+ jobs posted today constitute 99% of their all time listings, which indicates that they periodically remove and repost all of their job openings at the same time. There's no way to know how long those positions have remained unfilled. It doesn't mean they're expanding or doing well, and certainly doesnt mean bankruptcy isn't possible.

I really would like to know what the distribution is between people who are just desperately pumping to try to recover from losses and those who actually believe shit like this.

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I wonder if you would consider editing your post to point out that even bankrupt companies hire people, (Sears- hiring all kinds of people like you mentioned in this comment despite bankruptcy in 2018)

so that newbs don't yolo their rent money away?

This is what Sears has hired in the last month despite only having 23 stores left, BBBY has 900 stores.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/sears-jobs-worldwide?keywords=Sears&location=Worldwide&locationId=&geoId=92000000&f_TPR=r2592000&f_C=1944%2C1242080%2C1942%2C31689&position=1&pageNum=0

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https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/sears-jobs-worldwide?keywords=Sears&location=Worldwide&locationId=&geoId=92000000&f_TPR=&f_C=1944%2C1242080%2C1942%2C31689&position=1&pageNum=0

Stores don't just go away overnight when you declare bankruptcy. This is meaningless.

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A bankrupt, failing company would never have so many positions they're actively trying to fill!

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/sears-jobs-worldwide?keywords=Sears&location=Worldwide&locationId=&geoId=92000000&f_TPR=&f_C=1944%2C1242080%2C1942%2C31689&position=1&pageNum=0

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Here's a good graph showing the problem.

https://wolfstreet.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/US-CPI-2022-06-10-CPI-rent-OER-Zillow.png

There's a long conversation regarding methodology. Ultimately, it comes down to either using an average of all rents paid, or measuring the costs of new leases. To a lesser extent, there's a difference in sample size.

Emailed BLS

>The monthly sample size is approximately 8,000 units

Emailed Apartmentlist

> generally based on between 100k and 200k units

Ambrose, Coulson, and Yoshida (2015) indicated that CPI methodology reflects the conditions with a lag ("sticky rents")

https://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/restat/v97y2015i5p939-950.html

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a few proposals:

https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/26485/modernizing-the-consumer-price-index-for-the-21st-century

(lag is mentioned on page 4-9 and 4-10)

>Recommendation 4.2: New data sources could also improve CPI's ability to reflect rapid changes in rent growth by allowing for the measurement of rent for a given housing unit in consecutive months.

If rent stickiness was worth a paper in 2015, it's much more apparent after seeing the different responses during covid-19. The stickiness creates two technical problems:

  • Inflation not seen quick enough, too slow to raise rates

  • Inflation deceleration not seen quick enough, rates can remain high.

And then there is the public perception problem. People on wallstreetbets lampooning the small increase in rents, as a mixture of incompetence or malfeasance (both of which are damaging to the institutional reputation).

I personally recommend tuning the methodology in a way that reduces that lag, so somebody with a lease signed in October 2021 isn't a datapoint for August 2022 cost of rent index.

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LEVI, RL and TPR look better from a fundamentals perspective

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TPR and JBI got earnings this week might be good play img

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I shop at the dollar store sometimes when I need something quick and cheap.

I don't own it as a stock though. I do have TPR/LVMUY. Much prefer to bet on rich people spending than poor people struggling to get by to spend.

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I haven't bought a car in years, but we still look at the market price of cars.

BLS takes fewer sample points than Apartmentlist, and doesn't correct for when the lease was signed.

They should incorporate more real-time market data into the shelter component. Here's a good graph showing the problem.

https://wolfstreet.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/US-CPI-2022-06-10-CPI-rent-OER-Zillow.png

There's a long conversation regarding methodology. Ultimately, it comes down to either using an average of all rents paid, or measuring the costs of new leases. To a lesser extent, there's a difference in sample size.

Emailed BLS

>The monthly sample size is approximately 8,000 units

Emailed Apartmentlist

> generally based on between 100k and 200k units

Ambrose, Coulson, and Yoshida (2015) indicated that CPI methodology reflects the conditions with a lag ("sticky rents")

https://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/restat/v97y2015i5p939-950.html

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a few proposals:

https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/26485/modernizing-the-consumer-price-index-for-the-21st-century

(lag is mentioned on page 4-9 and 4-10)

>Recommendation 4.2: New data sources could also improve CPI's ability to reflect rapid changes in rent growth by allowing for the measurement of rent for a given housing unit in consecutive months.

If rent stickiness was worth a paper in 2015, it's much more apparent after seeing the different responses during covid-19. The stickiness creates two technical problems:

  • Inflation not seen quick enough, too slow to raise rates

  • Inflation deceleration not seen quick enough, rates can remain high.

And then there is the public perception problem. People on wallstreetbets lampooning the small increase in rents, as a mixture of incompetence or malfeasance (both of which are damaging to the institutional reputation).

I personally recommend tuning the methodology in a way that reduces that lag, so somebody with a lease signed in October 2021 isn't a datapoint for August 2022 cost of rent index.

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TPR here in the states has a 3% div. They are Coach and things seem to be clicking well for them. That’s all I got

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not really good at google fu huh? https://www.tpr.org/business/2022-06-14/investors-bought-nearly-a-third-of-all-homes-in-texas-last-year https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/report-texas-leads-nation-with-nearly-third-homes-sold-investors/287-002ba716-5794-411d-982f-d3c7677d13e6

all these articles cite the National Association of Realtors report. I'm sure you can figure out how to google that report.

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They should incorporate more real-time market data into the shelter component. Here's a good graph showing the problem.

https://wolfstreet.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/US-rents-2022-03-15-CPI-rent-OER-Zillow.png

There's a long conversation regarding methodology. Ultimately, it comes down to either using an average of all rents paid, or measuring the costs of new leases. To a lesser extent, there's a difference in sample size.

Emailed BLS

>The monthly sample size is approximately 8,000 units

Emailed Apartmentlist

> generally based on between 100k and 200k units

Ambrose, Coulson, and Yoshida (2015) indicated that CPI methodology reflects the conditions with a lag ("sticky rents")

https://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/restat/v97y2015i5p939-950.html

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a few proposals:

https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/26485/modernizing-the-consumer-price-index-for-the-21st-century

(lag is mentioned on page 4-9 and 4-10)

>Recommendation 4.2: New data sources could also improve CPI's ability to reflect rapid changes in rent growth by allowing for the measurement of rent for a given housing unit in consecutive months.

If rent stickiness was worth a paper in 2015, it's much more apparent after seeing the different responses during covid-19. The stickiness creates two technical problems:

  • Inflation not seen quick enough, too slow to raise rates

  • Inflation deceleration not seen quick enough, rates can remain high.

And then there is the public perception problem. People on wallstreetbets lampooning the small increase in rents, as a mixture of incompetence or malfeasance (both of which are damaging to the institutional reputation).

I personally recommend tuning the methodology in a way that reduces that lag, so somebody with a August-2021 negotiated contract isn't a datapoint for July-2022 cost of rent measurement.

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You’re an idiot

https://youtube.com/shorts/tpr6hl25MHU?feature=share

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You're close. There's the HQ side (corporate- gets authorization). Then there's the retail side which is much, much more expensive. Say Publix authorizes an item and puts it on their POG. All great, right? Until someone removes a tag. Or the auto replenishment system goes awry and needs to be corrected. Or someone removes all of the grits from a set because it's hot and they aren't selling and then it's winter in the south and no grits. So my retail team is in every store in our territory once every 4 weeks to fix that stuff. Further, where able, they cut in new items, sell displays, re-merchandise shelving, fix TPR tags, gain facings, etc. So it's twofold- I get the item activated. My team handles the implementation at street level.

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They are given the benefit of their advertising budget. If Nestle comes in and says "Hey Kroger. We've got a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign rolling out and consumers are going to ask for this item, plus here's your very aggressive TPR and ad program" then Kroger takes a shot on it. This is significantly different from Bubbah saying "HEY YALL I HAVE SAUCE IT TASTES SO GOOD" you know what I'm saying?

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I am a broker for transparency. A broker won’t even be willing to work with you if you haven’t had some brand success because it’s so wildly expensive to completely pioneer a line and usually small vendors don’t understand the work or commitment it’s going to take to bring a brand new brand to market. Second, the categories with the lowest cost of entry (bbq sauces, seasonings, salsas) are dominated by mega corporations who can keep their costs low.

As new entrant my advice is always the same: find a copacker. It’s cheaper for you than getting certified. Make sure you’re formulated. Mable sure you’re registered with GDS1. If you don’t know what that means stop everything and do more research- you are not ready. Once you have government sign off and UPCS, time to hit pavement. You’re going to have to go store by store to get people interested. And you will learn a TON about the industry. No one cares how great your product tastes if it’s more expensive than the category leader. No one cares how amazing it tastes if they have never tried it. If you want to get products on independent retail shelves you’ll need to show that store how you will get people to try it- and then how to keep people coming back. If you want to get a product on Kroger shelves? You will need sales history, connections, and an effective TPR and marketing program in addition to slotting.

Nothing about grocery is easy. You’re going against Heinz and P&G. Their pockets are deeper, their costs are better, and they have the experience. It’s so much more than just getting product on shelves- it’s getting it to pull through.

Say you manage to get the product on shelves and then it doesn’t sell in 6 months? You’re getting billed back for what didn’t sell. If you don’t want to sign an agreement to that effect? Plenty of others will. Retailers have the power over new vendors and they will use it. Getting a buyer signed on for a large chain is an insane battle. Start with the small independents and drop product at their stores. Make adjustments. Go from there.

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Category 3 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |SRE|Sempra|Utilities|149.44|46969695135|47.26|08/04/2022| |HSY|The Hershey Company|Consumer Defensive|220.96|45430393796|28.38|08/04/2022| |AIG|American International Group, Inc.|Financial|52.77|41803966925|4.55|08/04/2022| |RSG|Republic Services, Inc.|Industrials|129.9|41034225981|30.75|08/04/2022| |DLR|Digital Realty Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|138.8|39512516108|28.78|08/04/2022| |CTVA|Corteva, Inc.|Basic Materials|53.56|38761000000|22.95|08/04/2022| |WELL|Welltower Inc.|Real Estate|83.36|37842747749|111.38|08/04/2022| |XEL|Xcel Energy Inc.|Utilities|68.56|37341422062|22.97|08/04/2022| |MSI|Motorola Solutions, Inc.|Technology|217.33|36358635583|29.77|08/04/2022| |AJG|Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.|Financial|165.25|34713737000|36.26|08/04/2022| |ED|Consolidated Edison, Inc.|Utilities|92.93|32924625165|21.48|08/04/2022| |YUM|Yum! Brands, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|114.42|32628441473|20.78|08/04/2022| |PH|Parker-Hannifin Corporation|Industrials|253.1|32490953983|19.57|08/04/2022| |HLT|Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|116.71|32484092452|45|08/04/2022| |IFF|International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.|Basic Materials|121.41|30939882513|55.78|08/04/2022| |RMD|ResMed Inc.|Healthcare|211.5|30939192900|39.85|08/04/2022| |CARR|Carrier Global Corporation|Industrials|36.3|30791176692|12.04|08/04/2022| |DXCM|DexCom, Inc.|Healthcare|77.67|30485761660|151.95|08/04/2022| |ILMN|Illumina, Inc.|Healthcare|193.93|30466401849|42.3|08/04/2022| |ES|Eversource Energy|Utilities|83.35|28745589108|22.16|08/04/2022| |APTV|Aptiv PLC|Consumer Cyclical|97.09|26304680088|82.01|08/04/2022| |MTD|Mettler-Toledo International Inc.|Healthcare|1146.9|26012036623|33.68|08/04/2022| |EIX|Edison International|Utilities|62.79|23935560906|40.89|08/04/2022| |CBRE|CBRE Group, Inc.|Real Estate|73.13|23903307467|12.64|08/04/2022| |K|Kellogg Company|Consumer Defensive|70.72|23894350684|15.75|08/04/2022| |BALL|Ball Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|71.59|22893679020|20.93|08/04/2022| |AEE|Ameren Corporation|Utilities|87.91|22700683769|22.52|08/04/2022| |LH|Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings|Healthcare|242.56|22485309348|11.14|08/04/2022| |WST|West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.|Healthcare|301.18|22310091677|33.58|08/04/2022| |FTV|Fortive Corporation|Technology|56.28|20173447374|31.24|08/04/2022| |PPL|PPL Corporation|Utilities|27.08|19928250475|32.08|08/04/2022| |MLM|Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.|Basic Materials|309.68|19313341389|29.44|08/04/2022| |CMS|CMS Energy Corporation|Utilities|65.19|18913516737|13.99|08/04/2022| |EPAM|EPAM Systems, Inc.|Technology|326.01|18631843709|41.69|08/04/2022| |CNP|CenterPoint Energy, Inc.|Utilities|28.85|18159601005|11.46|08/04/2022| |PWR|Quanta Services, Inc.|Industrials|125.98|18104447704|38.22|08/04/2022| |HBAN|Huntington Bancshares Incorporated|Financial|12.51|18004079579|17.29|08/04/2022| |ESS|Essex Property Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|261.71|17098304105|43.36|08/04/2022| |PARA|Paramount Global|Communication Services|25.76|16822511477|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EXPE|Expedia Group, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|102.34|16077378042|81.62|08/04/2022| |IP|International Paper Company|Consumer Cyclical|42.84|15877754984|9.46|08/04/2022| |SWKS|Skyworks Solutions, Inc.|Technology|98.03|15775585386|11.9|08/04/2022| |WAB|Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation|Industrials|85.05|15534187442|26.93|08/04/2022| |BIO|Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|507.84|15160740389|#N/A|08/04/2022| |CAH|Cardinal Health, Inc.|Healthcare|54.45|14833672137|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EVRG|Evergy, Inc.|Utilities|64.11|14711847542|18.2|08/04/2022| |CPT|Camden Property Trust|Real Estate|135.11|14392025353|40.71|08/04/2022| |LNT|Alliant Energy Corporation|Utilities|57.32|14376641207|18.46|08/04/2022| |IRM|Iron Mountain Incorporated|Real Estate|49.46|14371171523|32.24|08/04/2022| |LKQ|LKQ Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|49.92|14119017850|13.35|08/04/2022| |TECH|Bio-Techne Corporation|Healthcare|352.76|13840013370|64.35|08/04/2022| |TXT|Textron Inc.|Industrials|60.62|13038343354|17.69|08/04/2022| |MAS|Masco Corporation|Industrials|51.8|12221712539|23.11|08/04/2022| |TAP|Molson Coors Beverage Company|Consumer Defensive|55.77|12104711289|11.31|08/04/2022| |TFX|Teleflex Incorporated|Healthcare|258.05|12102554749|25.1|08/04/2022| |REG|Regency Centers Corporation|Real Estate|61.48|10596834125|22.1|08/04/2022| |WRK|WestRock Company|Consumer Cyclical|40.64|10357176996|13.7|08/04/2022| |NRG|NRG Energy, Inc.|Utilities|38.32|9092703647|2.33|08/04/2022| |AOS|A. O. Smith Corporation|Industrials|55.82|8708305110|17.56|08/04/2022| |HII|Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.|Industrials|215.34|8623761747|16.16|08/04/2022| |NLSN|Nielsen Holdings plc|Industrials|23.53|8463581242|17.14|08/04/2022| |MHK|Mohawk Industries, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|127.95|8129868595|8.34|08/04/2022| |PNW|Pinnacle West Capital Corporation|Utilities|71.75|8107821750|13.54|08/04/2022| |XRAY|DENTSPLY SIRONA Inc.|Healthcare|36.76|7919996778|21.87|08/04/2022| |PENN|Penn National Gaming, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|32.12|5357702545|14.83|08/04/2022| |BRK.B|Berkshire Hathaway Inc.|Financial|278.28|613961100000|0|08/05/2022| |D|Dominion Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.14|63392660746|21.88|08/05/2022| |ABC|AmerisourceBergen Corporation|Healthcare|148.46|31097026846|18.14|08/05/2022| |VTR|Ventas, Inc.|Real Estate|51.23|20476395159|135.01|08/05/2022| |NCLH|Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.|Consumer Cyclical|13.22|5540516653|#N/A|08/05/2022| |APD|Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.|Basic Materials|252.08|55904613870|25.1|08/08/2022| |TSN|Tyson Foods, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|85.8|31020931043|7.37|08/08/2022| |STE|STERIS plc|Healthcare|207.89|20805631138|83.81|08/08/2022| |CF|CF Industries Holdings, Inc.|Basic Materials|83.32|17380693580|10.75|08/08/2022| |PFG|Principal Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|68.55|17321495826|11.77|08/08/2022| |VTRS|Viatris Inc.|Healthcare|10.96|13287103966|80.08|08/08/2022| |DISH|DISH Network Corporation|Communication Services|18.85|9990402182|5.42|08/08/2022| |SYY|Sysco Corporation|Consumer Defensive|85.57|43595844050|44.04|08/09/2022| |TDG|TransDigm Group Incorporated|Industrials|538.75|29418761612|37.51|08/09/2022| |EBAY|eBay Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|45.67|25567987681|2.68|08/10/2022| |DIS|The Walt Disney Company|Communication Services|97.78|178104605516|67.46|08/11/2022| |CEG|Constellation Energy Corporation|Utilities|59.28|19366704465|#N/A|08/11/2022| |BR|Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.|Technology|145.59|17067049382|31.24|08/11/2022| |OGN|Organon & Co.|Healthcare|35.86|9095426560|7.02|08/11/2022| |WMT|Walmart Inc.|Consumer Defensive|123.72|339135081346|26.58|08/16/2022| |HD|The Home Depot, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|283|290854382000|17.96|08/16/2022| |A|Agilent Technologies, Inc.|Healthcare|121.29|36230293593|29.25|08/16/2022| |AMCR|Amcor plc|Consumer Cyclical|12.41|18649325830|19.96|08/16/2022| |JKHY|Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.|Technology|182.9|13326426433|37.55|08/16/2022| |NVDA|NVIDIA Corporation|Technology|171.26|428149986267|45.96|08/17/2022| |CSCO|Cisco Systems, Inc.|Technology|44.1|182616461981|15.47|08/17/2022| |LOW|Lowe's Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|182.84|116858344019|14.9|08/17/2022| |ADI|Analog Devices, Inc.|Technology|149.69|77809761409|42.46|08/17/2022| |TJX|The TJX Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|60.24|70579354606|21.83|08/17/2022| |TGT|Target Corporation|Consumer Defensive|150.42|69749196596|12.47|08/17/2022| |SNPS|Synopsys, Inc.|Technology|317.47|48563449580|49.42|08/17/2022| |KEYS|Keysight Technologies, Inc.|Technology|140.48|25278799263|25.41|08/17/2022| |BBWI|Bath & Body Works, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|30.95|7079363899|6.64|08/17/2022| |EL|The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.|Consumer Defensive|270.2|96555217802|29.53|08/18/2022| |AMAT|Applied Materials, Inc.|Technology|97.36|84698059922|12.99|08/18/2022| |ROST|Ross Stores, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|77.53|27129785611|17.24|08/18/2022| |TPR|Tapestry, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|33.33|8392571120|10.75|08/18/2022| |DE|Deere & Company|Industrials|310.87|95012937479|16.22|08/19/2022| |MDT|Medtronic plc|Healthcare|90.22|120059635084|24.73|08/23/2022| |INTU|Intuit Inc.|Technology|417.62|117800953600|47.42|08/23/2022| |BBY|Best Buy Co., Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|74.69|16817828345|8.28|08/23/2022| |AAP|Advance Auto Parts, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|183.1|11103149581|20.39|08/23/2022| |CRM|Salesforce, Inc.|Technology|185.92|184990435362|180.46|08/24/2022| |ADSK|Autodesk, Inc.|Technology|192.48|41820532879|87.35|08/24/2022| |ULTA|Ulta Beauty, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|410.54|21273395005|20.32|08/24/2022| |NTAP|NetApp, Inc.|Technology|66.81|14777730083|16.33|08/24/2022| |DG|Dollar General Corporation|Consumer Defensive|247.9|56272554914|25.42|08/25/2022| |HPQ|HP Inc.|Technology|35.23|36432681266|6.31|08/25/2022| |DLTR|Dollar Tree, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|157.21|35302450267|24.02|08/25/2022| |SJM|The J. M. Smucker Company|Consumer Defensive|128.88|13720294671|22.08|08/25/2022| |CTLT|Catalent, Inc.|Healthcare|109.61|19643558961|39.46|08/29/2022| |NDSN|Nordson Corporation|Industrials|204.94|11786462284|24.92|08/29/2022| |PVH|PVH Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|63.35|4241949473|4.57|08/30/2022|

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Since EE bonds aren't going to work for you, Nerdwallet shows some banks offering 1-2 year CDs @ ~2%

In particular, Discover is offering 1 yr @ 1.5%, 18 mo @ 1.8%, and 2 yr @ 2.1%

https://www.discover.com/online-banking/cd-lng-01/?TPR=009&cmpgnid=affl-bk-CJ&src=S00000LIK&van=Dbank

May not be worth tying up money though for a fairly marginal increase over a HYSA plus banks may raise their rates whereas CDs are rate locked.

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Not sure if I would buy QCOM at this price . The P/FCF is high . Good PE + PEG. But in terms of value . I have a spreadsheet with 136 companies mentioned on r/stocks posts . QCOM is number 85 on that list.

At the top are DELL + HPQ + M + ASO + INTC + CPNG + DBI + TPR

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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 + ASO are all non-tech stocks with much better numbers

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I never stopped buying. I've been picking up the following recently: $BA, $GOOGL, $JPM, $TPR, $MGA, $KTB, $SBUX, $UPST, $PYPL

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Discover will give you $200 on $25,000 so that's almost 1% interest you don't have to wait a year for.

https://www.discover.com/online-banking/savings-lng-04/?TPR=051&cmpgnid=affl-bk-offer&src=NW222&van=Dbank

There are other bank deals around if you are already going to create a new account.

https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/banking/best-bank-bonuses-promotions

Citibank will pay you $700 on $50,000 if you leave it for the sort of time you are talking about.

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every apparel has beat earnings tho ? TPR, Burberry, TJX, SKX

ROST missed today but they're kind of a shitco

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JPM, WFC, BAC, TPR, MGA, BA, GOOGL, PYPL, DIS.

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GOOGL, PYPL, CRM, TPR. I also bought a small amount of UPST and NFLX.

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(TPR) Tapestry is a good One to look at if your interested in Retail, hoping Papa Cohen looks at that one

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Pypl, crm, ktb, tpr, upst. DCAing down tho I have only owned these stocks a few months.

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a day early for me, 12k worth of $TPR, it went up the next week and made profit so it was a good assignment

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TPR. They own Coach and Kate spade new York

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TPR beat expectations by 12%, beat revenue, raised FY22 forecasts, raised share buybacks and guidance and the share price is right where it was fucking at. My 2/11 calls are fucked

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42.5C TPR calls going to print today. Beat earnings, raised forecast and raised buyback

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I have $20 for anyone who can come up with a comprehensive investment thesis & write-up for Tapestry (NYSE: TPR), including an intrinsic value evaluation. I want to do a deep-dive but too lazy to do the research, & I'm not familiar with balance sheets, etc. so can't do anything on the quant side. Would appreciate someone's help here.

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Stock Screener to hedge for this year?

I used the EDGAR API from the SEC to fetch all the financial statements for some 12k+ traded entities

https://www.sec.gov/edgar/about | About EDGAR (sec.gov)

Next, I had to parse through a diarrhea of terms

https://xbrlview.fasb.org/yeti/resources/yeti-gwt/Yeti.jsp | Taxonomy Viewer (fasb.org)

and settled on these:

Revenues [Revenue]
IncomeLossFromContinuingOperations [Income]
CashAndCashEquivalentsAtCarryingValue [Cash]
LongTermDebt [Debt]
PaymentsOfDividends [Dividends]
AssetsCurrent [Assests]
LiabilitiesCurrent [Liabilities]
CommonStockSharesOutstanding [Shares]

and then developed a few pseudo ratios as follows:

Leverage = [Liabilities]/[Assests] Liquidity = [Cash]/[Income] DebtRatio = [Debt]/[Revenue] Profitability = [Income]/[Revenue] Payout = [Dividends]/[Income] EPS = [Income] / [Shares]

The large set was filtered as follows Profitability > 0.2 Leverage < 0.5 Liquidity > 0.2 DebtRatio < 0.8 Payout > 0.02

And then looked up the recent prices, calculated Price / EPS and sorted ascending... Here are the results:

Ticker Entity ProfitabiliLeverage Debt Ratio Liquidity Payout PE
FCX FREEPORTMCM 0.33 0.42 0.13 0.91 0.16 0.65 CALM CALMAINEFOO 0.24 0.21 0.04 0.49 0.28 2.34 CLRO CLEARONEINC 1.25 0.24 0.03 4.45 0.15 2.83 PKE PARKAEROSPA 0.57 0.07 0.38 7.23 1.65 6 GILD GILEADSCIEN 0.63 0.39 0.23 0.86 0.13 6.96 HAL HALLIBURTON 0.66 0.37 0.47 2.2 0.03 7.67 TPR TAPESTRYINC 1.12 0.38 0.65 1.26 0.31 7.66 IDCC InterDigita 0.36 0.27 0.08 2.3 0.15 8.77 SHO SunstoneHot 0.43 0.46 0.49 2.57 0.2 8.9 KALU KAISERALUMI 0.56 0.29 0 1.41 0.03 9.6 ENS EnerSys 3.58 0.39 0.41 0.94 0.05 12.32 CSCO CISCOSYSTEM 0.53 0.38 0.48 0.66 0.25 14.99 LPX LOUISIANAPA 0.27 0.22 0.7 4.07 0.1 15.41 SAFM SANDERSONFA 0.63 0.31 0.01 1.01 0.15 15.53 CCF CHASECORP 0.27 0.27 0.09 1.23 0.14 15.29 SYK STRYKERCORP 0.32 0.37 0.02 1.32 0.24 18.21 RILY BRileyFinan 0.22 0.49 0.03 0.8 0.04 18.66 IPAR INTERPARFUM 0.31 0.32 0.03 2.11 0.19 21.68 MWA MuellerWate 0.24 0.3 0.7 1.92 0.16 23.16 ROLL RBCBearings 0.23 0.16 0.01 1 0.03 27.14 QCOM QUALCOMMINC 0.25 0.36 0.14 1.14 0.06 28.06 WDFC WD40CO 0.41 0.44 0.15 1.04 0.36 35.82 FSI FLEXIBLESOL 0.38 0.32 0.55 1.95 0.2 34.09 UI UbiquitiInc 0.57 0.19 0.14 0.88 0.06 41.18 AMEH ApolloMedic 0.51 0.44 0.21 2.02 0.26 45.94 FDS FACTSETRESE 0.42 0.41 0.15 0.54 0.14 48.61 AMAT APPLIEDMATE 0.56 0.38 0.39 1.7 0.22 49.99 RMD RESMEDINC 0.35 0.32 0.23 1.92 0.29 52.37 SKAS SakerAviati 0.79 0.48 0.13 1.14 0.03 
NVDA NVIDIACORP 0.24 0.2 0.15 1.24 0.12 79.92 SLP Simulations 0.21 0.1 0.02 2.15 0.47 87.57 BRC BRADYCORP 0.32 0.46 0.17 1.71 0.03 
CERN CERNERCorp 0.39 0.38 0.12 0.67 0.02 
EVC ENTRAVISION 0.23 0.29 0.62 0.84 0.17 
HAS HASBROINC 0.37 0.38 0.27 1.16 0.23 
SNA SnaponInc 0.21 0.43 0.09 0.46 0.19 

If the intent is to find companies with solid earnings, healthy debt, pay some dividends, and are reasonably priced relative to earnings. What flaws do you find in the selection logic?

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>Energy, Shipping, and Banks

Ditto this. But for me minus the shipping and instead add luxury consumer discretionary (LVMUY/TPR) + comm/utility (XLU/T/VIAC/GOOG) + Defensives (LMT/ITA)

I say ditto because I'm also "already invested" so I'm not buying into those things unless there is an unwarranted market undervaluation on them or my BAC/BLK/RDS/MORT/AXP/ERF now that have already run up. I'm actually looking at the stuff that got really hammered (like techs) and seeing which ones are worth picking up.

Please note that I'm not suggesting OP or others buy tech or do what I do. I generally invest with the goal of netting upside within a 1-3 years AND consistent performance afterwards. This means I'll tend to get into things way too early. I was buying T/MORT/AXP/JNJ/BAC and other stuff that are running up late 2020, mid 2021, and now. When I look back at it someone who's a trader or quicker to move out would rather have bought gold during spring 20, swapped to tech summer 20, swapped again into spec-tech/spacs late 20, mega caps early 2021, and kept rotating. But that's not how I invest. I can't do that. I like to make high conviction buy+hold and have a hard time selling. That's why what I do might not work for others.

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Discover Bank is a good online bank, though my personal preference is Alliant Credit Union or Ally Bank because Alliant/Ally have a very high mobile deposit limits of $50K/day vs $5K/day with Discover. Alliant/Ally also have ATM fee reimbursement of $20/$10 per month while Discover does not offer ATM fee reimbursement. Alliant and Ally also offer free 1 business day ACH transfers whereas Discovers is longer. Alliant also got rid of overdraft fees.

In regards to the 1% cashback, that's largely negated by paying with a credit card where most will earn at least 1% or more in cashback. And while everyone's spending habits are different, I haven't found many reasons to pay debit vs credit except for paying my estimated taxes as the fee for debit is a flat dollar amount versus a percentage.

With that being said, I do have an account with Discover because I use it as a back up account to my primary checking/savings. And as mentioned, I use it to earn cashback for when I pay my taxes. If you're looking for another place to earn 1% cashback by paying by debit, the PayPal Business Debit card also offers 1% cashback and it's unlimited versus Discover which caps you at $3K in purchases (or $30/month in cashback).

Edit: I will add that if you ever have plans to ACH link to an account that is not in your name (eg. a spouse or a business account under a fictitious business name), you will not be able to link it to your Discover account. Another reason to go with Discover is if you have $15K or $25K, you can earn $150 or $200 in bonus opening and funding a new savings account with them.

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TPR

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pick up some TPR too, I hear they sell bags

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too many lol

RBLX, TPR, lot of small caps

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VSCO - earning today

LULU smashed it, TPR crushed it (coach, Kate spade, etc)

Victoria will give all call holders incredible blowjobs as a dividend.

Calls

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I also did 30 $TPR 43c for tomorrow morning courtesy of Cramer, let's see if he was right!

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Hint at next weeks anticipated earnings. Merely just a snap shot but i wanted to post so people can plan accordingly

$TME $PYPL $AMC $RBLX $TRIP $SPCE $CAH $SYY $DHI $BNTX $SEAS $NIO $COIN $DASH $WYNN $POSH $ENR $WEN $ME $DIS $BMBL $BYND $TPR $WB $YETI $RIDE $AZN $WRBY and many more.

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What do you think about $TPR? Still weak, or might start pumping those numbers

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Termination of Parental Rights. You can't adopt a child if someone has parental rights to them. After a child gets taken away bio parents have things they have to do to get the child back within a certain timeframe (drug tests, parenting classes, things like that). If they don't do them (and by don't do I mean they have not made an effort/attempt to take steps in the defined direction). If they don't comply and the judge doesn't give them an/additional extension/s then they set a date for TPR. Process is usually 6 months minimum but could last years with appeals. In the system there are kids that still have parental rights and kids that don't. CPS/DFPS will always push for reunification if TPR has not happened. Keep this in mind if you go into fostering with the idea of adoption. If that's the end goal the you need to specify that in the selection process.

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>assuming there was TPR.

What is TPR?

EDIT: I have to say, one of the things that dissuaded me from adoption is that our state has a 6 month period where the state can simply take back the kid for a bunch of reasons. It seems like such an awful thing to have happen.

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Foster dad here who is about 1 month from adoption. First off if you live comfortably on 70k then you can probably afford to have a kid.

Some things are more expensive than others. CPS/DFPS won't let you just adopt a kid. You have to go through training and classes and have a placement for 6 months generally AND that's assuming there was TPR. You will receive a subsidy from the state every month but don't be fooled, your time is worth much more (ours is about 800). Every state is different. For the duration of your fostering (before adoption) childcare CAN be covered, it just takes filling out forms and proving you work. For us after-school care isnt covered but it's only 250 a month. Their insurance is covered, mental and physical health. For my 2 they will receive medicaid even after we adopt (medicaid is a nightmare so we will still put them on my insurance). You will have to be patient.

Ooh yeah and expect to do a lot of a school work with them especially as they get older (6+). Most these kiddos are not violent psychopaths. They are in a situation outside their own choices and just need love and stability.

Start taking classes. Once you finish you dont have to take on a kid. You will have a better understanding what its like.

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TPR 43c 8/27 hit...now we roll into the 45c 8/27 calls...

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TPR $43c 8/27...Do we make it?

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Great answer. I will try to add on by addressing OP's other question

>Wondering when I should start selling some of my winners. Example) If I have a retail stock like Gap that Im currently up 15% in.. once tapering begins, what would that do to the stock?

I would probably say you should consider a bunch of things including the quality of stock, price you bought at, investment horizon, what you plan to do after buying cash, and tax implications.

For a solid company like GAP outside of a tax-exempt account, then I don't think you'll gain much from selling since tapering does not guarantee a crash or even a huge correction. Many on r/investing I've spoken to expect or foresee a correction, but most will say it's a 5-15% correction rather than a 20-50% one that we saw during the pandemic. I would suggest thinking of it more like: selling the stock = buying cash. I bought TPR around $15. It went to $50. Then I'd ask myself not if I should sell but what do I plan to do with the cash, because selling TPR would also be buying cash. I didn't sell at $50 because I still liked the company and wanted to hold it long term rather than whatever alternative plan I had for the cash.

If you're in a highly speculative name running on hype or it's likelihood to squeeze hedge fund short sellers rather than fundamentals that's gone up 2-100x and you've held it over a year for the long term capital gains or have it in an IRA/401K? Then maybe I would take some profit? But then again I would do that regardless since I'm not going to wait for the taper to rebalance, reallocate, and diversify funds. I'll do it when I want the cash to do it or when I feel it's a good time to.

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Some clinics offer insurance so you are reimbursed or continue IVF if you do not get a live birth the first full cycle. That package is typically $20k. Adoption is never guaranteed either until after the TPR is done and has no insurance options.

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Their song Lemonade is a bop

https://youtu.be/0opZqh_TprM

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TPR just beat their expected earnings, why are they down 5%. ima cry

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TPR flys this week

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Part of the loss is my 800c weekly from last week, too. I belong here.

https://imgur.com/a/vTPrMCc

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