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Yea he’s saying once it bus 🚌 ts thru it takes literal years to go down unda 🦘 again

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May have something to do with them being in DC and you can be some nobody with a TS/SCI clearance making that as a regular ass contractor doing things literally no one wants to hear about.

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🐻 : “ iLlEgAl IlLeGaL iTs MaNiPuLaTiOn NoThInG mAkEs SeNsE”

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Thank you! I already answered most of these. Like is really everything in life 401K and Roth IRA and that’s it? Like we live by doing the same thing until we die? ThTs my issue, I’m getting restless thinking this is the only way…

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🤣if there’s money to be made, people don’t give 2 s&$ts about America or what it stands for. Money is money

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Ok that's a start but really doesn't answer any questions that are needed here. Your mom "does the bulk", what does that even mean?

6% is a pretty lousy deferral rate for a household who's income is nearly $200k a year and who it sounds like is significantly behind where it should be. It's better than nothing but the general recommendation is to save at least 15% of income to retirement and tha'ts for someone who's young and has 30+ years ahead of them. The old benchmark said that by age 50 someone should have 6x their income saved for retirement.

Your parents should be aiming to save as much as they can to tax deferred retirement accounts as they can, IRA, 401k are 2 of the most common types. Due to your parents ages they are both eligible for catchup contributions, so they can each contribute $30k to a 401k account, and $7500 each to an IRA. Past that they can look a taxable brokerage accounts etc.

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$60 a year for them to use ALL your money to enrich themselves more isn’t a fantastic deal dumbass.

iTs jUsT liKe tHe bAnK isn’t a valid argument

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BuT iTs MutUaLly BeNEfiCiaL!

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He's talking about literal physical shares that you can in a book to issue out. Like these

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=stock+certificates+blank&crid=N3T5UMXJ6EYK&sprefix=stock+cer%2Caps%2C149&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_9

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Thunderstrike perfectly syncs with K/O in Smash Bros 🤩⚡️

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nObOdY wAnTs To WoRk AnYmOrE

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Don't just quit. You will lose your insurance and COBRA is EXPENSIVE. to go the FMLA route, your doctor will have to foll out forms saying that you have the circumstances that you can't work. Be ready for that. Your doctor will have to evaluate your mental health. If it's FMLA for your pare ts..one of your pare ts will have to have their doctor say it's a medical need for them. I had a mervous breakdown after my husband d left me a couple years ago and I got a month off. My husband had a nervous breakdown and was out 2 months.

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  • option scanner to quckly detect unusual flow, but u have 2 know what typically daily volume is for that stock, so u know if its truly unusual(I use unusualwhales paid service, but u have to know technical to verify flow)

  • candle patterns (unfilled gaps, hammers/ shooting stars, evening stars, engulfing candles, & doji all have high success rates)

  • technical chart patterns (cup & handles, head & shoulders bullish/ inverse, double tops, & flags all have high success rates)https://tradingcenter.org/index.php/learn/chart-patterns#:~:text=1%20Success%20rate%20%28%E2%89%A5%20break-even%29%3A%2081%25%202,Average%20rise%3A%2043%25%203%20Percentage%20meeting%20target%3A%2071%25

  • osolators (commodity channel, stochastic (stoch)

  • volume (u must understand stock price & options volume along w/ open interest)

  • U have 2 understand options decay rate b/c in the last month the option will lose half its value & if it's out of the money the decay is worse. I usually sell short dated puts or calls to collect the premium if there is high volatility. High volatility is good for selling options, not buying b/c of the intrinsic value decay. Buying out of the money less than 1 week to expiration options w/ high volatility is almost a garenteed way to lose money. I typically don't buy if the volatility for that option is over 50% sometimes 60%, but it depends on the technical patterns & if it's a earnings play, index reversal play, etc. If the technicals are telling u that the trade is still intact & your in the money, roll the option out 2 secure your principal.

  • one of the biggest things with options is using triggers/ stops especially w/ short dated options bc the price movement can happen in seconds. I usually put on a trailing stop right after I purchase using moving averages, Delta, decay rate, & average price movement as a guide, but if the ts price is not wide enough it will trigger on open.

  • The only time my trade is not profitable is when I get greedy or don't stick to my check list. The best thing about options is that you can fix a bad trade.

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Ah. Wharton finally changed ts name ?

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rEtAiL MovES mArKeTs

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#nO oNE WAnTs To WoRk ANymORe.....

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yup - the maga(ts) are not happy today!

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ThIs ANALyst pReDicTeD eVeRy rEcEsSiOn. HeRe's WhEre He InvEsTs.

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all the maga(ts) I know can't stop talking about the 'worst economy ever'

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Wall Street isn't Main Street.

People need to remember this.

Also people like to pretend that Wall Street isn't just a graph of rich peoples feelings. It's far more irrational than "iTs PRiCEd In!!"

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Oh yea they are similar genres big ole blonde T’s

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Yo ts fire can’t even lie homeboy

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Remember when a model 3 base was like $32k 😂 tHaTs iNnOvAtIoN.

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Is the cap just the estate tax caps? Because that's effectively non existent and is scheduled to phase out more bc of donnie ts tax cuts.

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Did they throw in a “NoBoDy wAnTs To wOrK AnYmOrE!”

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> ts important to have a new car with a warranty so I don't have to worry about new issues popping up as I worry my car's repairs will be opening a can of worms.

The average car on American roads right now is 12 years old. You don't really need a warranty. Especially if you hardly drive.

You're about to incur gigantic amounts of new expenses due to the forthcoming child. It would be the least good time to incur a new expense. When it comes to the safety of your child, the parents being financially stressed (which can manifest itself in fatigue, anxiety, and a host of other ways) is far more dangerous than a slightly older car.

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I just bought a bunch of 6-month t’s. People are still very interested - practically zero risk at ~5% ? Can’t say NO to that.

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It's estimated there was demand for 15 million TS tickets and there were about 3 million seats available. They didn't understand the implications and day one was a mess. Ticketmaster wound up canceling the general sale and selling the remaining tickets in sets of 2 to verified fans who couldn't get in on the first day (including me). Ticketmaster assigned the seats, it was take it or leave it, so there wasn't a mad scramble for seats. That seems like the fairest way to allocate.

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That was my understanding. Like TS's team settles on ticket prices (price of their product) and sure the owner of the ticket rights at given venues get their cut (ticketmaster fee). But then those tickets are instantly somehow bought up and reposted (for significantly more) with ticketmaster getting their fees (again) applied as a percent of the new higher prices.

Right? Isn't that where the conflict of interest is? They are financially very motivated to support a secondary market for tickets because they get to tack on their fees every time. So the selling of the tickets initially is SUPER suspect. Anyone who has tried to get tickets to a reasonably popular event when they go on sale knows it usually means some F'ed up process that it certainly seems like secondary sellers don't seem subject to. IDK if there's proof of that collaboration though. Maybe more that they just don't care about people who figure out that the system is being exploited (since they make money on it)?

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iTs NoT rEDdiT!

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Selling print Ts with that. 3 for $50

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iTs gOnNa bE aCquIreD and thE aNnOunCemenT wIlL tRiGgeR moASS!!!1!!1!1!1!

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No worries! I'm working on something similar, and even if you eat into that cash a bit, it still (making the extra large payments) will free up future cash flow! I'm about $50k deep myself, and looking at being close to $35-40k deep come july just doing what I described above.

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While $50k isn't much (relatively speaking) and i've got it easily managed, i'ts still enough to make me take a step back and re-evaluate priorities, especially with tax refund and other things coming in now, so i've been going through some of the exercises you have (though in a less stressful manner)

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I could nuke what i can all at once, but what if I needed to hit an ATM because my CC got jacked again and I have to wait for a replacement card?

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On that note - leave a card at home in a safe that you never use so you always have a backup! And keep a checkbook too - you might not think about it, but a check cashing place when all your wallet is trashed and cancelled might save your ass some day. Always have backup plans!

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> t’s going to be 25bps. Then the Fed is going to reiterate 5.25% interest rate target. No data has come out to change anything.

Today report literally changes that narrative. Also the Expected rate prediction has been wrong although only a handful of times from what i remembmer

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I would sell half, if it goes up 50% sell a quarter. If it goes up 100% sell the remainder. Set a 10% trailing stop. That way you can profit three times and protect yourself with the t.s.

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Reading these comments day after day actually makes me more regarded.

mArKeT uP bUy cAlLs / mArKeT dOwN bUy PuTs

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sh*ts?

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Don't forget the advertisements!

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Oh shit, it’s TWO t’s???

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Anytime someone spews that drivel i ask them “what is a migrant farm worker?” And “why don’t we just arrest the people that hire undocumented workers? That would solve the problem right?” Or “ok let’s close the loophole of ‘contract labor’ that allows companies to hire illegals so that their pay can’t be deducted on taxes by the companies hiring them?”

They get mad as hell. nO bOdY wAnTs tO wOrK

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Thank you! Honestly, the only reason I can think of for all these other bitter people that are jumping on the bandwagon is because they just don’t know what they are doing. Like yes, it takes a marginal amount of thought, responsibility, and time to pick the right place. But gotdamn, t’s not that hard. They just gotta stop being so damn lazy.

And also, WHO THE HELL is okay with spending $225/ night in a hotel room. That is egregious. My last ABnB was borderline resort caliber and was $225 total, and that was 5 whole days. Baffles me.

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I have a TS and when I got it, I had $165k debt and income of 30k. 🤷🏾‍♂️ but my credit score was in the 740 range

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I have seen folks get hired in as security engineers for what you are looking for. I know contractors at close to 200k after 10 years of experience and a TS. I'm a cybersecurity architect with 20 YEO, numerous certs and a master in cybersecurity. I couldn't get more than 200k locally, so I took a remote role with a tech company that put me at 300k.

The CASP+ should be OK for the 8570 requirements buy you may want to get the CISSP and cloud security certs to really stand out.

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Sometimes I see random posts on social media advocating for all kinds of wackadoodle things as "Passive Income" and I just shake my head before moving on. Apparently that movement is now large enough that it made the NYT (gift link, bypasses paywall).

Just a general rule - if it requires starting and running a small business... It probably shouldn't be called "passive". My index funds are passive. My side gig is not, even if I can do it from bed.

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URI, TS, LSCC

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This is the best advice. Go to an air force recruiter tomorrow. Tell her to go any 1N career field. Get the TS clearance and 4 years of IC experience. Use that time to take free masters classes, the free room and board, and pay off any debt. Use tuition assistance to get more free masters level education. Will start out as an E-3 with her education level. 2k a month for loans, and you leave the service with a basically guarantee of a 75k+ salary and career and lots of opportunity for 100k+ and it's a long the lines of what she studied.

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Everything we know anecdotally from our experiences is a small part of a long macro-economic cycle. We've experienced mini cycles along the way, but over-time, there is a larger shift. Wealth disparity continues to climb, and we're seeing fundamental crises arise due to our/our gov'ts positions on which interests to satisfy - it's not sustainable.

I would be a lot less 'this is different than last time' if anyone was able to tell me how we reach a steady-state again and the crises we're seeing abate. Honestly, all it seems like is patchwork (like immigration; increase our tax-base? great! but IMMEDIATELY strain our infrastructure further... how is that not just one crisis exchanged for another?) and we're actually running out of road for the can to be kicked.

One potential solution I see as a possibility, is for corporations to get lucrative gov't housing to create rental-only units, and manage them, while receiving a subsidy from the gov't to facilitate the immigration numbers we're seeing. Developers will stop offering build-to-own options.. why not just build to rent, collect revenue for ever and get a subsidy for doing it? Solves the housing issue, but facilitates a permanent renter and owner class. Is that the only way forward?

It sounds like you've made your choices about what's worth value in your life... but you DID get to *choose* it.. your decision wasn't forced on you due to inaccessibility.

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big dogs calling bluff. Always happens like that. strange dance but ts the dance they all dance. We're just along for the ride

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iTs A aUtOmOtIvE cOmPaNy

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This bill is a garbage joke republicans can point to and screech, "Do NoThInG dEmOcRaTs" because they know they're illiterate base won't have heard of the actual bill, with bipartisan co-authors, that the large majority of republicans continually vote against.

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TsLa GoInG tO 60😂🐻🫵🏻

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It only gets worse. In addition to 1099s I have 1098-Ts for my kids etc. etc. I make a tax folder on my desktop and put the PDFs in there as they become available (even though some of these get imported by the tax software I still like to have them for my records). I have a list of the docs I'm expecting and I know I can't file until I have 'em all downloaded to that folder.

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ChEvrOn sHoULd be PasSing PrOfiTs to PeoPLe, nOt ShAReHOLdeRs

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Not resume related - just some expectation setting. It will be near impossible to get a remote job that utilizes a TS clearance.

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Be the sole owner and hire employees. Noone wa ts to work as hard as you. Just cause problems. Don't work for or with friends or family or spouses. I know all this from personal experiences

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For any of my tech/infosec people here - could I get a resume critique? Haven’t put my TS clearance on the resume yet. Thank you!!

https://imgur.io/a/wwTAnD4

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It was like 100k when I got mine few years back, paid by and done through your employer. You don't apply off the street lol. It's expensive to obtain and maintain which is why companies won't do it or even hire you unless you're worth the investment. This is why you'll see verbiage in the job description like "ability to obtain TS clearance"

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Yes, I'm aware of the 7.5%. The software does it and lays it out very nicely. I just knew off the top of my head what the itemized deductions would be.

I just have heard medical expenses are one of the biggest flags for auditing. And while I believe that we are being earnest in deducting I just want to cross my Ts and dot my Is!

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iTs aLL ThE eVil RepUBliCaNs FaULt

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Only thing worse than nutters that think businesses can never do wrong are the woke anti-work crowd that want to destroy all markets. They say shit like:

cApItAlIsM rEqUiReS iNfInItE gRoWth iTs eViL

Think the rat race is soulless and awful for humanity? Just wait until you kill infinite growth and find out how savage, barbaric we can all be. And when unhappy peasants destroy the current order there's going to be another elite ruling class.

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> If you think you will ever satisfy the need of a antiwork centric employee you are out of your freakin mind.

I don't think anyone is saying we need to satisfy it. Rather, you can get an understanding of their attitudes and perspective so that we, as employers, can manage it.

Because if you're dealing with minimum wage employees, you're dealing with A LOT of the types of people who populate /r/antiwork

And right now there is absolutely no shortage of minimum wage jobs. So if you think you can just treat people like shit and dispensable, you're probably one of the same people saying things like "NoBOdY WAnTs To WOrK AnYMOre!"

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>Stripe to Go Public or Allow Employees to Sell Shares Within Next 12 Months, Sources Say -- WSJ >Stripe Taps Goldman, JPMorgan to Advise on Both Options, Sources Say -- WSJ twitter.com/DeItaone/statu…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2023-01-26 ^11:08:56 ^EST-0500

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It's almost infinite free shares. Just get devalued whatever ts short. But even 80%. That's like 300-400 shares free or somthing per 100 straight up purchases. My math could be off but you get the point OP

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“mArKEt MAkEs nO sEnSe, iTs a CAr cOmPAny IT sHoULD bE SAme vaLue aS fORd!”

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'nOoNE wAnTS tO WOrk" - Arvind a few months from now, maybe.

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oh no more recycled commen ts

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tsla implied high is 155. don’t really expecting it to go pass that but institutes and retails might rush back into tsla shares and cause a squeeze to 200🤷‍♂️

to hold or not to hold my TsLL shares is the question

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iTs A tEcH cOmPaNy1111111!!

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green af and bought 20k worth of TsLL at close

is ur puts -99%

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How's your p00ts looking, friend?

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iTs NoT a CaR cOmPaNy

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iTs NoT a CaR cOmPaNy

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iTs NoT a CaR cOmPaNy

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TsLa would have to trade down to sub 100 to get my bear micro even half chub

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Bulls starting to take sCrEeNsHoTs, it’s usually an indicator of the daily top.

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I was in gov't contracting to DOD, Intel world, Whitehouse, and UN. Yes, we often faked it bidding and winning jobs we didn't have the specific knowledge or resources to perform. In 12 years, there was only one job won that we had to go back to the gov't and say we couldn't perform. Our competition had purchased scarce resources to ensure we couldn't perform. We got 9 out of our 10 businesses profitable and sold with a combined ARR of over $250M.

Our CEO, who was queen of faking it, was considered one of the world's foremost experts in our field. Gov'ts and PhDs would pay for her expert advice. She had a 7th grade education - dropped out of school to start a family at 14 YO. She was uneducated but smart, reading everything she could find on her tech speciality and attending every conference possible to meet tech experts and build her networking database. When someone asked her for tech info, she knew who in the free world would know the best answer or the CEO of the company that was building the next Gen solutions.

She couldn't read a P&L or balance sheet but she had me for that. I was CFO or pres in most of those bizes. My formal accounting and finance training was a half year high school bookkeeping class until I got an MBA towards the end of our 12 year run. I couldn't operate our very complex accounting system but I knew enough to hire people smarter than me. I purchased a series of short books that was essentially "finance and mgmt for idiots" and they served me well.

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Buy a course that walks you through dos and don'ts, or hire someone. Emailing is easy once you understand the (not difficult) rules. Once set up you can use Google to buy domain names for sending and send through Gmail for free. There are lots of guides out there on how to do that. Let me know if you need help. ~ Joan

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I'ts 0% interest... why they hell would you want to pay it off in full. Put that money in the stock market, bonds, CDs, or even a high-yield savings account.

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Except Trump stole TS/SCI stuff on National Security items on purpose and when caught refused to give them back for over a year. That’s a huge difference.

But they are all sloppy with documents because no one tells them no and it’s all on the honor system. Much like our laws on everything when it comes to politicians.

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AT&T’s 5Ge isn’t really 5G.

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Rough month for the incels. First their king Tate got his ass jailed and now their entertainment Rick and Morty co-creator got shit canned for domestic violence charges. iTs CaNcEl CuLtUrE!!!!!

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There's just such a huge amount of new data this week. I mean look at how much of the US economy is reporting!

V, MA, Boeing, T. Rowe, Chevron, Colgate, Church & Dwight (staples), IBM, TSLA, CSX (railroads), Next Era Energy (utilities)...

On top of that, GDP data on Thursday for Q4 2022, PCE (inflation) and consumer spending data.

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Neither easy nor cheap. Also, they have to go up against entrenched players in each domain. Finally, Telcos are awful at integrating and ideating new businesses. Look at VZ’s acquisition of Yahoo or T’s mess with DirecTV and Time Warner.

The best bet is for another business to buy them as part of integration strategy.

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I would work on catching up on retirement/investing. The old benchmark was 1 years salary saved to retirement by age 30 and 3X by age 40. Sounds like you started late so you still have some catching up to do.

Your health insurance seems super high priced but it seems your employer is paying for the vast majority of it? There are a few things like this that are a little hard to figure out with the way this flowchart is.

I would adjust your withholding so your not getting a tax refund

I think your recreation is ok, it's less than 10% of your gross income and tha'ts including travel and entertainment. Sure you can always change priorities if you want too.

If you are single with no dependents, why do you have life insurance?

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That’s why I gave up and will soon be expecting a job offe that requires a TS clearance and will have to work on-site every day lol. Whoops.

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> for the 30 year period from 1991-2020 (the last year I tracked), I show that the S&P 500 returned 10.44% YoY before taxes. Not quite the 10.7% mentioned in your article but close. Maybe 1992-2021 was 10.7%.

That's a fair critique. a 30 year time frame is limited. Especially that 30 year time frame because it was right after 1 recession and right before 2022 which the market tanked.

Here's another source

> he average annualized return since its inception in 1928 through Dec. 31, 2021, is 11.82%. The average annualized return since adopting 500 stocks into the index in 1957 through Dec. 31, 2021, is 11.88%.

They have 11.8% for a 93 year period, since its creation. It skips 2022, which is an important year though.

This source goes through 2022 and has 10.04%. That's after a major drop, and we're still in the 10% range.

> You only have to make ~$45k/year to hit the 22% federal tax bracket as an individual.

45k of taxable income. Standard deduction is 14k. That means someone needs to make 59k before they start paying 22% marginal rates. Then there are other deductions (IRA and 401k) that can mean people make 88k. 59k is in the 61-62% income range. Granted, we're using 2023 tax brackets and standard deduction vs 2022 income. If we went for the 88k number, that is only the top 22% of individuals; I wouldn't say this is a reasonable argument but something interesting to consider. If someone is at 80k income and wants to cash in capital gains as an individual, they can can drop 29k into 401k and IRA + standard deduction, dropping their taxable income down to 37k, then cash in investments and pay a 0% LCTG.

So yeah, only individuals in the top 40% are paying 22% marginal taxes. Same with the 15% capital gains. Similarly, only married couples in the top 30% that pay 22% marginal on dividends and 15% on LCTG.

> Yes, it's tied to my personal Google account and I didn't want to go to the trouble of copying it to a new account so I don't doxx myself when 99% of people in an argument aren't actually going to look through it in depth anyway. But you seem intent on it so here you go https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1agzoLzOz3ziLI61xINjz2RtEJLcO7BES2_TsEfREMq8/edit#gid=1982628426

I actually do want to check out this sheet. I'm a spread sheet guy. I'm happy to take a look at what others find. I got this response from google:

> Sorry, the file you have requested does not exist.

My take away is, I have more evidence for 10-11%, even 11.8%, than the 7-8% (original claim) or 9% (current claim).

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>You're looking at open and close only, ignoring dividends.

Yes I was. I was assuming dividends weren't very high that year. Looks like I was wrong.

I have good news for you too, now that I look at my spreadsheet, for the 30 year period from 1991-2020 (the last year I tracked), I show that the S&P 500 returned 10.44% YoY before taxes. Not quite the 10.7% mentioned in your article but close. Maybe 1992-2021 was 10.7%.

I stand by my calculations that the better long term number to use is ~9% before taxes, not 10-11%. Why? Your article is looking at a single 30 year period. You understand how small a time frame that is for investing right? That's not even one typical person's working career. That's really cherry picking data. My spreadsheet goes back 150 years - when you look over longer time horizons, the average is 9%, not 10-11%.

>You're misrepresenting what I said.

That's rather strong. Sure, you gave examples of retirement accounts or not...in a comment that said many incorrect things, among them how to calculate taxes on distributions from those retirement accounts. Sure, you talked about individuals and not just married couples...across several 1000 word comments you have one sentence about "people who have >55k of income as an individual". All of your examples have assumed no other income in calculating the effective tax rate. The fact is that your comments have hugely focused on people with the 3 qualities I mentioned, with ~50 words for other financial situations. I'm making the 100% correct and valid point that not everybody fits those criteria, not by a long shot.

>You're assuming tax rates that don't apply to most people.
>
>Your math is only for the top ~40% of individual incomes and top 30% for married people.

I'm sorry? For dividends I was applying a 22% tax rate to dividends. That is definitely quite reasonable as dividends are taxed every year, not just when you sell. This means that they are taxed during the several decades where people are investing, i.e. when they have a job and that income is pushing them into higher tax brackets. You only have to make ~$45k/year to hit the 22% federal tax bracket as an individual. You think that's the top 40% of individual incomes? Not even close. To reach the 15% cap gains tax bracket, again, that $45/year will get you there. Yes, frequently people will be making less or no money in retirement, but once again, that's not everybody.

>Even then, it is only for those who are getting dividends outside of their retirement accounts.
>
>You're effectively arguing people are going to be tax inefficient

Yes, one reason people might be paying taxes on dividends outside retirement accounts is because they are managing their money badly. Guess what, people do that. But you want to make yet another assumption and say that that doesn't apply to people on this sub. Ok, fine, you want another reason people pay taxes on dividends outside retirement accounts? Because they hit the limits on contributing to their retirement accounts and have to invest in taxable accounts to invest more at all. Do you think maybe that applies to some people on this sub?

>You keep mentioning your own spread sheet without showing it.

Yes, it's tied to my personal Google account and I didn't want to go to the trouble of copying it to a new account so I don't doxx myself when 99% of people in an argument aren't actually going to look through it in depth anyway. But you seem intent on it so here you go.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1agzoLzOz3ziLI61xINjz2RtEJLcO7BES2_TsEfREMq8/edit#gid=1982628426

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They tried to say it was backend inventory nonsense but it was waaaaaaaay too creepy. All the cabinets were names after recently abducted / missing kids too.

Either someone there has a sick sense of humor or there was something else there.

Also, it was weird there was this immediate campaign to.diacredit the tin foil hats saying: "tHeY think ThESe KiDs are OrdErED aNd CoMe iN CaBiNeTs!?! HuRr DuRr."

No, we think that someone might be hijacking your site as a 3rd party seller to communicate a price list that potentially refers to evil shit.

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Yes and his pRoFiTs are shares not yet purchased at his fair market value. God damn go suck more elite dick

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ThAnK YoU FoR CheAp PuTs

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https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/ts86wf/information_about_sales_of_big_blocks_of_stock/

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Well that’s effing phenomenal - I always figured that cult preached increasing your appetite so ever satiated. Much healthier.

Hey, saw the shoes comment— curious— please tell me something benchmade and not kicks/sneaks on a drop (unless of course they were FElTs)

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OP, see that kajigger he’s got? it’s not an antenna, ts an m-fing divining rod. He’s the metaphysical mystic of the market, the oracle of options traders, the augerer of arbitrage, robopsychic of retail, the yield improvement Engineer of yolo. Listen to him always. Maybe do the opposite sometimes if he’s wrong.

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OP, see that kajigger he’s got? it’s not an antenna, ts an m-fing divining rod. He’s the metaphysical mystic of the market, the oracle of options traders, the augerer of arbitrage, robopsychic of retail, the yield improvement Engineer of yolo. Listen to him always. Maybe do the opposite sometimes i if he’s wrong.

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I just ts ibkr other than no live data it’s fine

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tRuST tHe eXpErTs

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Depends on your definition of realistic. I've been learning high risk strategy and bot programming through TradeStation's trade simulation.

I highly recommend you read through your broker's simulation documentation. For example, TradeStation's API doc states that price on simulation is determined by the last price on the real market. And orders are filled instantly when last price moved. There's also less latency since simulated order does not go to a real exchange. Etc..

Otherwise I think TS's simulation is quite ok. It makes the market feel more liquid then it is. And that's only felt when I write code. My hands are not fast enough to feel the effects. Tho I never tried their stop loss. Handled that on my side using code.

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It's the victims luckiest day. Those police officers will lose their immunity and the state will have to settle for millions of dollars as this case can easily win if the defendant wa ts to go to trial and ask for more than what he initially could have settled for.

There is no case or defense for the state and county as the officers acknowledged their inappropriate actions and broke their own police code of conduct. If there was no hostage, no fire arm or even of there was a fire arm present, firearm (but no sign of use or discharge) as the warrant claims, there was no cause for police to obtain the warrant let alone have reason to shoot the individual.

Slam dunk case, guy just became a multimillionaire.

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It’s hard to be embarrassed when the biggest Tesla simp ended up on the Forbes 400 list. But I get how it can be annoying for other people.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1sTs8wkAbw

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