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>> No.49333341
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>He actually baked
OMG what a bake slut!

>> No.49333344
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>> No.49333355

Nice digits.
But these...

>> No.49333360

buy and hold every penny stock you can get your hands on.

>> No.49333361

Google "market rally". Every single news story is talking about how you shouldn't get excited and this is a bear rally. Said the same thing last week when SOXL was under 20. This means we have a major rally on our hands.

>> No.49333364

Jacked off to (not on) some of my anime figures today. Best ejaculation I've had ina while. Diversify into Japanese markets.

>> No.49333368

Do you pay yourself first?

>> No.49333376

>There is an odd amount of autism tonight.....


>> No.49333379

Biden is talking about gun control on teevee, meaning gun stocks will pump tomorrow.

>> No.49333380

Roth recs? Been in cash since Jan 1 and haven't really looked at markets except "tech down, comm. up".

bored af and want to throw a chunk in tomorrow, what do ess em gee?

>> No.49333382

Larry Fink is calling the Feds bluff, we're fighting the Fed now, this is going to be the greatest rally ever

>> No.49333387

EBET squeeze has begun.

>> No.49333392
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Tomorrow will be more green than today, you do know that right Bobo?

>> No.49333393
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>green futures
You know what's happening in a few hours right?

>> No.49333395
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Wait, the bull run is on?

>> No.49333400
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I dedicate this thread to Pokimane and FCX. Look at that copper go!

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>> No.49333406

>Larry Fink
Isn't he the fag that pushed the esg shit?

>> No.49333411

I'd slam that fupa if you catch my drift.

>> No.49333413

good lord she's disgusting and stupid

>> No.49333417
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>we're fighting the Fed now
You think Jerome knows any martial arts? How about Brainard?

>> No.49333418

>buy calls on it to bounce
>they expire
>immediately begins to pump up to strike
slow your role there, we are currently just barely at year 1 of inflation and its already slowed down.

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Please help, I only got this so far

>> No.49333426
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tech is over-hyped and you won't pick the right unicorn. buy OIL instead for steady profits.

>> No.49333429

W-what the f*dge is this thing?

>> No.49333434

no he's the guy who invented porn

>> No.49333435

You forgot boring and untalented

>> No.49333438

He's the, y-you know, the thing.
>not larping as a cultural marxist to get dem Fink Bucks

>> No.49333444

That’s assault buddy

>> No.49333449

Switch "UONE holder" to someone else then make the black guy "UONE shorter".

>> No.49333452

Based oldfag joke.

>> No.49333457
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An African larping as an Asian

>> No.49333458
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>giving tripfags attention
You should be in that picture too

>> No.49333465
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they know fiscal arts and that's all that matters

>> No.49333469

Feeling like everything is overbought and Nonfarm Payrolls, Unemployment Rate, and ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI report tomorrow (3 big economic indicators) could sell the market off tomorrow after this huge rally.

>> No.49333474

Listen anon, we are talking about women here so…….

>> No.49333479
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>Freeport-McMoRan, Inc. engages in the mining of copper, gold, and molybdenum. It operates through the following segments: North America Copper Mines, South America Mining, Indonesia Mining, Molybdenum Mines, Rod and Refining, Atlantic Copper Smelting and Refining and Corporate, Other and Eliminations. The North America Copper Mines segment operates open-pit copper mines in Morenci, Baghdad, Safford, Sierrita, and Miami in Arizona and Chino and Tyrone in New Mexico. The South America Mining segment includes Cerro Verde in Peru and El Abra in Chile. The Indonesia Mining segment handles the operations of Grasberg minerals district that produce copper concentrate containing significant quantities of gold and silver. The Molybdenum Mines segment includes the Henderson underground mine and Climax open pit mine, both in Colorado. The Rod and Refining segment consists of copper conversion facilities located in North America and includes a refinery, rod mills, and a specialty copper products facility. The Atlantic Copper Smelting and Refining segment smelts and refines copper concentrate and markets refined copper and precious metals in slimes. The Corporate, Other and Eliminations segment consists of other mining and eliminations, oil and gas operations and other corporate and elimination items.

>> No.49333481

These kinds of pants are a mistake

>> No.49333484
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sho me dem fo head wrinkles girl

>> No.49333495

I got 15 puts, if you're wrong I expect you to take full responsibility.

>> No.49333496

Put $6000 in VOO and turn on dividend reinvestment. Alternitavly, if you think the scarry bearry is coming, DCA into VOO over then next several months and turn on dividend reinvestment.

>> No.49333498

Guys, guys, if inflation was actually fucking bullish for assets, Bitcoin would not be tanking since inflation ramped up. Inflation is not bullish, you will not make millions, by “soft landing” the fed means they will absolutely save the dollar because if the dollar goes so does the government. Soft landing means they will literally lie to your face so you keep buying and prop up sentiment and values while they use you as exit liquidity

>> No.49333501

My puts are already worthless so I kept em

>> No.49333509

>rally will peak at 7.3% they said
>kept going
Probably going to 22%.

>> No.49333510

maybe bitcoin isn't an asset?

>> No.49333515

more like WHORE larping as a GAYMER

>> No.49333517
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You’d have to be a MORAN to invest in this

>> No.49333535

Who gives a shit about bitcoin?

>> No.49333542

/smg/ still doesn't know that inflation is good for the market? After the initial shock, inflation is why we have trillion-dollar market caps. We could not have that hundred years ago. All this insane inflation is going to equate to all-time highs. Anyone who does not understand this here needs to stop investing immediately.

>> No.49333545

Remember to do your riskiest, short term trading in your Roth. Save the long term cap gains plays for your taxable.

>> No.49333548

Why? Is money going to flow in to OTCs again like in Feb 2021?

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I look at this chubby butterface and wonder why people didn't just go out and get themselves a fatty gf instead of giving all their money to someone who will never acknowledge them.

Streaming is fucking garbage, the reason the internet was great was because people couldn't simp for chicks so they had no power. Streaming changed that and brought 3d hos onto the internet to get bucks from pathetic orbiters.

>> No.49333556

The new copium for GME holders is that the squeeze will happen in 2-3 years after they've DRS'ed all of their shares. It seems the cult just doesn't know when to give up, and admit that they were wrong

>> No.49333558

You’re confusing growing gdp with inflation
very different things and you’re dumb

>> No.49333574

Inflation has already peaked and demand is drying up outside of six figure+ households. Their money will dry up too as the recession continues on. Right now they have jobs, but in six months as the business enviroment changes they will lose jobs all the same. I agree with you, but we should have another leg down again soon.

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What, jeans?

Oh yeah, you got a better copper play, pal? Or do you think Xi'll lock down again right before election season?

>> No.49333588

It funny because they can reduce the supply and liquidity of shares all they want but it doesn’t change the fact that all the demand is just them using their unemployment checks too but 1 share a month

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>gme holders
Are there still people holding that?

>> No.49333599

>Doesn't understand that in order for a company to meet its value, in an inflationary situation, the market cap must go up with how many more dollars it takes to equal that previous value.

>> No.49333606

Yea the high waisted ones

>> No.49333610

No I was just joking. I don’t buy commodities or their producers

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>> No.49333638

i thought the copium was that authorizing a billion new shares was intended to be used in a 7 for 1 stock split that short sellers will have to purchase 6 shares for each share they've shorted and not just dilution

>> No.49333639

>we should have another leg down again soon.
Yes that's very likely. But it's important to know that inflation is actually good for the market no longer term. We will see all time new highs beacuse of it. If the inflation is not a death shot to the economy, which this is not, then it will increase the value of all market caps by how much the inflation was.

Getting there is certainly bumpy though.

>> No.49333651

Nice tummy

>> No.49333665

Yes this is exactly why major companies are lowering guidance

>> No.49333675
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Stop trying to spread logic to this board of gamblers. "Inflation" is really just a media angle to cover up things having shortages or just being less and less available to the non connected cause "great reset own nothing". Schizos always thinking some "asset" is going to a quadrillion dollars just cause.

>bitcoin not tanking since inflation ramped up
Cause above. XMR is the better choice cause you can use XMR to buy crap or start a black market to produce crap that is no longer "available". Currency holding "value" is because you can get crap with it, what the fuck are you gonna do with your zimbabwe money in zimbabwe?

>> No.49333687

>meet it’s value
What are you even saying
>general inflation affects stock price
No this is not how companies are valued

>> No.49333690

I’m feeling particularly crabbish in the short term

How do I profit off this?

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Well I suppose that's just a matter of taste...

...but that's an error in judgement. How do you not have any commodity exposure in the year of our lord 2022?

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>> No.49333711

People also I believe have a misconception of what inflation "is" in the sense that they don't understand its a 12/mo average when we quote it as being 8% etc. Inflation should tick up some next month because last years May one was a banger. The more worrying metric is the 2nd quarter GDP if it prints negative and confirms a recession. At least after six weeks of red, and the longest streak of the red for the DOW since the '30s we are finally getting our bear market rally.

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Kek. This is good. Keep them coming

>> No.49333720

1) On market open, play https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-50NdPawLVY
2) Sell covered calls
3) Sell naked puts
4) Live on the edge

>> No.49333729

They will not be able to increase guidance until wages catch up. This is why I inflation is only good in a longer-term sense. Eventually wages will catch up and spending will resume. Then market caps will normalize at their higher monetary value to equate to their unchanged wealth value.

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>> No.49333740

Look, I'm glad you don't understand this. People like you are why it's possible for me to make a lot of money. I gave you the lesson, if you can't process it then that's just how it's going to be.

>> No.49333754

>bought at 7
>sold at 70
>moved on with my life
do bag holders really?

>> No.49333759

Ride the pumps and dumps with bull and bear etfs. I'll be back in action once I can get out of SOXL.

>> No.49333760

I'm putting all my money in MO and INTC and you can't stop me. I will make to a decent retirement and that's it.

>> No.49333813

You literally didn’t graduate high school and spend your time drawing lines on graphs on a trading view free account
I work in interest rate risk management at a $250b+ bank
I’m embarrassed for you

>> No.49333839

Well let's take a Zimbabwe is hyperinflation situation for example. Let's say you have a company worth $1 million dollars (USD) in Zimbabwe. Let's say The company continued to maintain the same revenue in its global business. So while it's value remains at $1 million dollars USD, It's a share price is going to skyrocket on the Zimbabwe market because the Zimbabwe dollar is losing it spending power. Where is before one share of this company was one Zimbabwe dollar, it is now 100,000 is in my way dollars. That means the company went up $100,000 times If we are talking about the inflation of Zimbabwe dollars.

No we just have something like 30 to 50% real inflation. So we can expect that same amount of market cap gain for companies that maintain their same mean if wealth revenue. So after the initial shock of inflation and everything normalizes, this is what happens. And the market will start pricing that in before normalization begins. The market is always two steps ahead.

>> No.49333852

Your credentials are meaningless. You can't seem to follow simple logic.

>> No.49333874

US is in a remarkable position of the dollar being the strongest it has been in a long time compared to other currencies still.

>> No.49333878
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High waisted pants came back into fashion because women are getting fatter and instead of losing weight they cope by just tucking the tummy in.
Maybe a depression would be a good thing for this country, as it might actually cause women to start restricting how much they eat.
Honestly thinking about it now, CHWY (muh online catfood vendor) should have been an obvious buy because these fat bitches can't keep a husband, use cats as a surrogate for children, and have a host of mental illnesses that prevent them from being able to interact with people in retail stores, let alone deal with the exercise of walking from the store to their car carrying a 20lb bag of litter.

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>I work in interest rate risk management at a $250b+ bank
>I’m embarrassed for you

>> No.49333890

I just want in long term under 40 anon. Just let me have it

>> No.49333901

>still doesn't know that inflation is good for the market?
inflation is not good for the market.

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SOXX just needs to go up 5% for me to break even on my SOXL


>> No.49333907

lmao this nigga works in a bank

>> No.49333920

The US market has done this before, after the mega run of the 60’s the market hit historically low valuations in the late 70’s and early 80’s after bleeding valuation for literal decades. It wasn’t until inflation started flatlining we got the historical decade long run where the market did hundreds of percents from 87-00

But you can’t dump a ton of it on the market, making it a wonderful place to stash fresh cash and lure people in

I have zero faith the fed can prop up its narrative, the fed narrative has died to everyone with half a brain, all they have now is the hard mathematics of either saving the dollar or watching the government literally collapse

>> No.49333921

Right because this inflation is being seen all around the world. I use the USD example in the metaphor to illustrate how the company maintained the same value. Companies are not losing value. Therefore they will adjust to what their value was with how many more dollars that takes for their market cap.

>> No.49333924

Realize that you're wrong and we're going to drop 3% tomorrow

>> No.49333935

>Honestly thinking about it now, CHWY (muh online catfood vendor) should have been an obvious buy because these fat bitches can't keep a husband, use cats as a surrogate for children, and have a host of mental illnesses that prevent them from being able to interact with people in retail stores, let alone deal with the exercise of walking from the store to their car carrying a 20lb bag of litter.
Lynch would be proud.

>> No.49333938

Yes it is. That's why we have trillion-dollar market caps today whereas a $100,000,000 market cap 100 years ago was unfathomable.

>> No.49333944

in a strictly isolated sense meaning physical assets appreciate, and price of goods would adjust accordingly. however overall business is going to suffer. not to mention most MC are over inflated and even a down quarter is rocking these companies hard. big picture it's not good for the market.

>> No.49333959

Overall business suffers in the shorter term. This is until wages catch up with inflation and spending resumes to its normal median. I don't know how long that will be but everything happens a lot quicker these days then it did before.

>> No.49333964

nah bro they're gonna print 1$ trillion coins and pay off all their debt. 11 aircraft carriers say no one will argue.

>> No.49333971

I need SOXL to go up by less than ONE (1) United States Dollar.

>> No.49333978

Yes, because the fed is raising rates. The market is now calling their bluff, as anons have pointed out, meaning they will be forced to either put up and raise rates higher, keep the dollar strengthening, or capitulate and watch the dollar sink like a rock

>> No.49333980

>I'm not a mcdonalds wagie mom! I work at an international culinary express company worth over 150 billion dollars!

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>> No.49334014
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Better lettering

>> No.49334026

what’s your point

>> No.49334027

no cap?

>> No.49334029

Why not just sell a DEEP ITM call on it to hedge your bets? If you need cash -- if you have cash on hand hedge by opening up a debit put spread on it.
Fed will capitulate. It's already being talked about and people are discussing what that capitulation will look like. Within the next two years the Fed will unironically buying our bags like the BoJ does.

>> No.49334033

Who says wages catch up? Things are bad right now and might settle into a new poorer normal. That’s why I hate inflation. It fucks so many innocent people when a stable currency wouldn’t

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the internet you say?

>> No.49334046

the internet is garbage now and i hope to see it go away in my lifetime

>> No.49334056

Growth /=/ inflation, you need to print more currency to meet population and market growth, inflation is when you print more money then there is demand for.

>> No.49334058

fr fr

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>> No.49334060

It might. If you were betting on this being the kill shot then more power to you. But I don't think that's the case.

>> No.49334064

wages never catch up with inflation. at least not post 1970's. long term I agree the market will end up hyper inflated again. but there is still along ways down, many months, and several bankruptcies of well known business until we get there.

>> No.49334070

JavaScript trackers and bloat ruined the internet. I still miss the misspelled geocite and angelfire websites

>> No.49334083

You have to look at real wages, it’s finally coming back

>> No.49334091

But there doesn't need to be any growth in the market for it to adjust to the current state of inflation. If the value of a company stays exactly the same, it will take more dollars to meet that value. Thus higher market caps to meet an equal value.

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This guy looks like baggy

>> No.49334112

Just because dollars buys less doesn’t mean stock prices go up. stop it

>> No.49334129

Idk people already hate Biden. Would be an easy dump to blame on. Fed saves the dollar. Dumpes QE and reduces balance sheet. Seems too good to be true

>> No.49334140

It does if the value of those companies has remained the same.

Just take these Zimbabwe example. What would the market caps of US companies look like to a Zimbabwe investor as does Zimbabwe dollar was hyperinflating? It would become more and more expensive to buy shares, right?

So if the value of a company remains the same, in the currency is inflating, it will take a lot more of that currency equal to how much inflation is in order to meet the value of the company.

>> No.49334146

Why would a company's value stay the same if consumer discretionary spending evaporates and people have to spend all their money on food, gas, and rent instead of (company product)?

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Those extra dollars are passed along to increased costs, hence why the market of the late 70’s had valuations on par with the bottom of the Great Depression. It takes more money, but that money takes more costs, which means little growth, below inflation even

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>> No.49334157

Because I'm so close to breaking even and making a little on it. I sold SOXS and bought SOXL for a quick flip and am primarily in oil shit.

>> No.49334179

Sigh I miss the 1980's. Gas was 1 per gallon, a new truck could be had for 10,000. College's weren't debt traps and actually did you some good. Houses were affordable. Fuck. Imagine that life style today.

>> No.49334180

>Fed will capitulate. It's already being talked about and people are discussing what that capitulation will look like
Doubt. Unlike Japan, we are a debtor nation not a net creditor. Huge fucking difference right there

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Baggie it is

>> No.49334184

you essentially just talking about "getting out" of fiat and using stocks as your exist. this logic of dollar for down x go up is somewhat universal for real physical assets, goods, and services. really you could just say inflation™

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>> No.49334198

Kek. Perfection

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>> No.49334204

It wouldn't. You have to be betting that inflation is going to permanently kill the economy. That it will be the new normal. That's possible, I just don't believe that's going to be the case. Companies will continue to profit and grow. They will eventually exceed were they grew before. And with the state of the inflated dollar, more dollars will be needed to meet that equal or even higher value.

But yes, again, one could bet that it's over now. That everything is downhill and there will be no more growth in companies. That's the only thing that would cause companies to permanently lose value and for inflation to not raise market caps.

>> No.49334215

Needs buy puts, asmb poster, etc.

>> No.49334224

Not really because profit margins will need to go up as well in order to cover the higher costs of doing business. They cannot remain the same or else a company will be losing value. So there will be record-breaking profits. So long as the economy is able to support it. Which means as soon as wages can meet that support, inflation will raise market caps.

>> No.49334231

In Weimar, the stocks of many companies were worth less than a loaf of bread by the end of the inflation. Hyperinflation is when prices rise in anticipation of inflation, you’re front running inflation. The gains are huge sure, but the gains of your basic necessities, your bottom line, grow even larger. Inflation is bad for stocks, now debt in anticipation of growth is GOOD for stocks, when that growth fails to materialize you get inflation

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>you missed the baby, the blind man...

>> No.49334259

Your analysis is so fucking surface level. Imagine a company trying to function. It’s not since ethereal thing. They pay workers. Buy materials. When there is high inflation it costs a company more money to run, this reduces valuations and reduces the stock price.
You just don’t understand and that’s ok

>> No.49334260

Actually cross this out, I'm attacking this from the wrong direction. Profit margins will stay the same but it will still be recorded profit because of inflation.

What inflates the market cap is not this process though. It's the fact that it will take more dollars to properly value a company equal to its previous value before inflation.

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>> No.49334273

But again, you're just talking about the short-term effects of inflation. Yes it's very bad until everything normalizes afterward. The only way this is not the case is if it is so detrimental that normalization cannot actually happen. I don't see that as the case here.

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>because profit margins would need to go up
Lol no they don’t. Look. At. The. Data. Margins were EXTREMELY low in every period of hyperinflation in the US, margins do NOT need to increase in fact they decrease.

>there will be record breaking profits
Sure, profits hit a new all time high after gas does though

>> No.49334297

anything on the second row would be lovely thanks

>> No.49334302

Oh good I didn't make the image

>> No.49334305

No that's not why a stock price would go up. You're not understanding what I'm saying. Again all you have to do is think about it from the Zimbabwe perspective. If you were holding Zimbabwe dollars and wanted to purchase Microsoft stock you would continue to see that stock go way up in price for you.

The same effect works here so long as the value of the company remains the same. As Microsoft's value would have remained the same during Zimbabwe's hyperinflation crisis. So as long as companies are able to normalize, then inflation will drive the stock price up.

>> No.49334308

what are some good buys tomorrow?

>> No.49334312

Can you explain what happens during normalization to me... is it, perhaps, things go back to normal when GROWTH starts GOING UP

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>> No.49334327

>never made an update
>never made a meme
>never made a copypasta
ah, just like in life i'm unremarkable in every way

>> No.49334336

Now you’re mixing in currency exchange? What is wrong with you
It’s like you don’t know what you don’t know. It’s impossible to talk to you

>> No.49334345

>that ad

>> No.49334359

When wages can support the same consumer liquidity that the economy experience before inflation. But the market will price it in way before it actually happens. It will price it in when it looks like it is inevitable. That moment may have already passed and we are on the way. But I still think that's too fast. Probably some more shakes before it happens.

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Scotch or some rum and cola

>> No.49334365

Sometimes targeted advertising misses the mark and it's hilarious.

t. Digital marketer

>> No.49334369 [DELETED] 

I've actually made lots of great memes, copypasta, and OC for /smg/. I've been in many of Rocker's updates for various things.

>> No.49334383

I know. I used to get remarketed for my own eBay listings, even those which already sold.

>> No.49334406

What was he thinking ? Did he make it, bros'?

>> No.49334407

I've actually made lots of great memes, copypasta, and OC for /smg/. I've been in many of Rocker's updates for various things.

>> No.49334417

trans walrus?

>> No.49334418

why not put scoops in there for uone

>> No.49334456

diamond hands

>> No.49334469

>Companies will continue to profit and grow.
What's your hypotheosis for this? There's less and less innovations to invent without some massive scientific breakthroughs, there's less and less potential increases in efficiency like automatization, populations are reaching the limits of feasibility and the birthrates in many non-dogshit world countries are actually negative because of Calhoun's mouse universe reasons.

Any future growth, and I mean real growth not illusory number tricks on paper caused by inflation, is going to be more and more like squeezing blood from a stone.

>> No.49334478

Active hodl mode

>> No.49334481

What do you call it, anon, when SPENDING outpaces INFLATION

>> No.49334486

Monkeygate is gaining traction. There are monkeys right this very moment getting needles shoved in there urethra

>> No.49334488
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how do I further capitalize on oil? I'm up about $25,000 from GUSH MRO SU GLNG INSW etc, but I don't feel like I'm doing enough. I'm willing to put a significant amount in if /smg/ has any oil baron suggestions

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CEIX $100 EoY.

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please, i tire of the monkey talk

>> No.49334537

oh fuck if oil sits at $200 for any amount of time I won’t have to work. Got 4 weeks pumping on farm land in the Midwest. $200 a barrel is like $300k a month till they’re dry

>> No.49334547
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How come nobody dresses like that anymore?

>> No.49334550

I'm partial to the 19A0s because I really like driving fast at night, but that may just be a coping mechanism for an unfulfilling life.
1 and 3 on the second row are probably the best fits for me otherwise, but I am drawn to neo-pastoralism.

>> No.49334553


>> No.49334576

Go back to Africa

>> No.49334585

wells *

>> No.49334586

Monkeys are getting their arms cut off right now and acid poured in their anus

>> No.49334587

Be a trend setter anon

>> No.49334605

Have any of you faggots read this?

>> No.49334620

do it. one of the guys that works at the Costco I go to does. seriously considering it myself.

>> No.49334621

Holy kek

>> No.49334629

We can go back. Just buy SXC at open tomorrow.

>> No.49334632

the lum poster should actually be asmb stock ladies

>> No.49334642

Global warming.
Lol, jk, it's actually because the increased paved surfaces around population centers absorb more solar energy and release that as heat throughout the day making urban areas hotter than they used to be.
Also can you imagine wearing three layers of wool just because that's the current style and people will laugh at you otherwise?

>> No.49334674

That photo was taken in the dead of the winter. You can tell because of the trees in the background.

>> No.49334679

Where I live is hot as fuck. 90+ from June to late September. I’d consider wearing trad clothes like that if i was in an easier climate.

My latitude is comparable to North Africa or Middle East.

>> No.49334687

You can get in on the pump of crude with UCO (2x) or USO (1x).
Also NRGU is a money making machine.

>> No.49334731

It's not feasible in the hottest states. You can get a 120+ day and the best you'll find a guy dressed is a linen button down, slacks, and derby shoes.

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Praise queen Cathie

>> No.49334769

people mimic the successful
everyone dresses in cheap unremarkable clothes because that's what tech billionaires do

>> No.49334789

I think it's more a reflection of how much upkeep dressing like that is. Like how many people ITT own an iron? Hell, nobody even tucks in Oxford style shirts, even if they wear them. Forget about it, if it's a dryclean type of garment, too.

>> No.49334795

I work in sf, they dress nice but comfortable. Think dress shirts and pants with allbirds and an arc teryx jacket

>> No.49334824

Those were the days. Hell the mob actually had a code of honor then. Now; you piss off someone, the whole family and any poor bystanders all get wacked. A dude could actually make something of himself without falling into the endless debt trap. No tats, piercings or other uh fucked up things either.

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You might want to start running.

>> No.49334840

ummmm futures bros???

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It was just a matter of time,mumu

>> No.49334859

is there an updated version of this report? that's nearly 2 years old at this point

>> No.49334863

Gave it a quick glance. Seems they’re a big fan of buying long dated OTM calls on meme stocks with high options volume

>> No.49334872
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i will never understand how you guys are losing money everyday, un/realized. INTC calls printed today and i ended up with a 2.5% unrealized gain in my poorfolio. might sell them tomorrow since it looks like the market might give back some

>> No.49334889

I'm a lanklet and tucking shirts unavoidably looks terrible on me unless they're fitted which I don't have the money for.
I've embraced the off-the-rack loosecoreXsleaze aesthetic, which I can adequately pull off because I'm like otter+.
Fussing over your appearance is great, if you can afford the time and resources. The best I can afford is a couple hours exercise and a stimulant habit so that's what I make work.

>> No.49334914

Just make sure you use some kind of high shine hair product and just about any garish pattern you can get on your shirts or ties, if you're fancy.

>> No.49334942

my diversified portfolio all but ensures crabbing. Gains here, losses there. Risk management is a hell of a thing.

>> No.49334951

No idea. I've had it in a folder for ages with a bunch of other interesting misc shit that I've been procrastinating on reading.
I imagine it'll still be fairly relevant considering the GMEfags are still around though.

>> No.49334997

I like garish patterns on my shirts but ties are a no-go because of the inherent weakness they present to others.
Also my hair is a natural high-gloss dirty blonde and nothing but water is gonna hit my scalp, thank you.
(no homo)

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too poor to diversify, planning to go all in with oil and playing with some options when i can. i wish i wasn't so busy at work so i could make more trades

>> No.49335020

Ever since I started daytrading the weekends and the evenings feel so fucking boring and empty. Am I getting addicted to the rush?

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thunderstorm's rolling in
time to get /comfy/

>> No.49335042

I feel the same about work, but I want to make sure I can get medicare when I am an old man. November 2024 can't get here fast enough.

>> No.49335094

Probably, that's why traders do hookers and blow during the weekends and then just all the time eventually.

>> No.49335101

It goes away once you start losing. Money is just a number on a screen

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I'm going to write you a prescription its for the color red, you should apply it topically to all the numbers on the futures page.

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holidays on weekdays are a drag because i don't make money at work nor in the market.

thats why i'm glad i'm a union tradie, i already have benefits but i just gotta work enough hours/earn enough credits to where i can have all that once i retire.

>> No.49335174
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Cathie wood allocated 1% to NVDA. This means new inflows will buy NVDA shares and short covers will buy NVDA shares. She actually picked a quality stock for her collection of mostly shit, shorts will have to long Nvidia on the side to avoid exposure

>> No.49335193

A whole 1%?
Woah, thanks for the change, Cathie.

>> No.49335217

Any copper chads here? You realize how sick a 5 percent move is right? It means we are unironically BACK


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Is it too late to hop in tomorrow morn?

>> No.49335306

I can fully retire from my job, get a check for life w/separate 401k plus get medical till I go on the govt medicare plan at age 65 in 2031 (I'll be 48 yrs old in 2031). Or I can be greedy, stick around till 2036 to max out my benefits, then retire.

>> No.49335352

Depends on your family (how long did they make it?). If they’re all living to 85+ then maybe consider maxing out your benefits. Otherwise I’d suggest doing good physicals every year and keeping in mind you won’t get your time back.

I know a good guy who was maxing his benefits and died about 18 months before a deluxe retirement. But to be fair his family weren’t the longest lived so for him it was maybe a bad decision… still… Requiescat in pace Chief

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buy GME

>> No.49335463

post your bags

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>> No.49335485

>South America
>Statue to celebrate 500 years since Spaniards got there
>its a big pink penis
how do I invest in south americans being horny?

>> No.49335503


>> No.49335510

Copper phthalocyanine makes a nice color.
Don't know much else about copper.

>> No.49335526

that makes them fat and fuck less

>> No.49335554


>> No.49335572

Well family wise thank god they all seem to live long healthy lives. Granddad lived till he was early 90s. Was still moving around and driving at 91 years of age. Then sadly he fell victim to covid and well yeah you can guess the rest..Sucks ass that he had just turned 92 to. Let's just say that 2021 was a very bad year for me and grandad wasn't the only unpleasant event I had to deal with.

>> No.49335601

what's the outlook on mortality with one side long-lived and the other side early carkers?

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> futures

>> No.49335614

Someone said not talk about s O y futures on clear web site. Bro is there a dark web for hedge fund people to talk about their one’s bro that’s what’s happening isn’t it? And August S o Y is going to 19 isn’t it isn’t? Fuck bro. Faggot hedge fund traders. You will slave your whole lives

>> No.49335622

>he doesn’t know about the Bloomberg “green rooms”

>> No.49335632

I know, but LA loves that shit. Also, they had hit squads in Colombia like 10 years ago.

>> No.49335645

I don’t know about them because I’m not a fucking faggot who spends his life on a computer screen. Doesn’t change the fact that S o Y beans are going to 19$

>> No.49335669

gonna go see Ronisha here in a minute

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>pic fucking idiot

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Fun fact: volume today during le epic bull run was about 10% lower than the average for the past month. If you bought today, you were buying short-sold shares, and we are all going to fucking die tomorrow.

>> No.49335774

Can someone tell reddit to fomo into oil to pump my bags?

>> No.49335778

Crab Chads stay winning

>> No.49335797

It’s summer lots of IB employees are taking breaks rn. It gets slow again at year end

>> No.49335798

Please no. I’ve already lost hope of my shorts recovering, don’t do this to me.

>> No.49335840

is energy best etf sector rn

>> No.49335850

Depends on if the early side is from avoidable causes.

>> No.49335884

10% just happened to go on break starting exactly today? Yeah alright.

>> No.49335890

Your post was not talking about sóy futures. You were talking about illegal activity: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onion_Futures_Act

>> No.49335928

Tomorrow is the last trading day of the week and I need to make money with options

>> No.49335968
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Buy tsla amnz or msft puts

>> No.49336021

Tsk, this is why you pay for a Bloomberg terminal silly retail. Just today I was talking to a fund manager for Credit Susie about the happenings in Singaporean onion swaps, all from the safety of our own green room.

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you guys see a pattern here? golden bull market is back i think tbqh

>> No.49336042

Do I YOLO on soxl puts tomorrow?

>> No.49336047

I mean..yeah maybe a lot of people in my department are out right now. More are leaving in the next weeks

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>> No.49336070

Depends on which side you take after

>> No.49336074

3 big economic indicators release tomorrow, 2 pre-market and 1 30 minutes into market session. Big money could use any of them as an excuse to sell off the market. Nonfarm Payrolls, Unemployment Rate, and Non-Manufacturing PMI.

>> No.49336102

I’m down 90-95% on all 5 of my shorts and I haven’t lost hope yet
Come on anon, don’t be a bitch
the bobo hour is yet to come

>> No.49336128

Based on your information anon, they could use any of those three to rally hard. Again.

>> No.49336135

They expire tomorrow, I hope to god your right anon. Maybe we get a Black Friday and all is well?

>> No.49336144

No I wasn’t. I was talking about s O y futures. Why is s o y auto corrected to onions on here? Did someone corner the s o y market?

>> No.49336159

And they can use it as an excuse regardless of what the figures even are. If they're bad, it means the economy is crashing. If they're good, it means the fed has no reason to back off any time soon. Of course, they could also use either excuse to pump. But based on today being a low volume pump, my bet is that wall street was simply placing the bags in retail hands today so they can dump tomorrow.

>> No.49336234

Executive order goes into effect tonight at midnight that shitdicks a lot of collateral of Chinese securities and bonds. Evergrande no longer has a rating from Fitch. You're absolutely correct, retail got left holding as much of the bag as they could be duped into buying, but everyone is about to get kicked in the balls. You have no idea how much was being held up by non-GAAP funni munni valuations.

>> No.49336248

Harbinger of the Meltup sitting to Lum posters left

>> No.49336309

are the chinks on holiday today?

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So are the markets literally dying tomorrow?

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You made this post earlier, verbatim.

>> No.49336467

Nasdaq down around 6%
Shit&piss down maybe 4

>> No.49336470

I am a based MO chad as well. Set to reinvest dividends and add more when price is low. Nicotine is incredibly addictive. Tough times push people towards vices.

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Where the fuck are their helmets?

>> No.49336512

I think this summer since I am off work I am going to try nicotine patches to see if I can fast for two days before eating.

>> No.49336522

>cause women to start restricting how much they eat.
Cows will fly and elites will do whats best for the average person first

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>> No.49336677

Weed. The plant, not the stocks

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Low rise will come back. /fit/ girls look too good in them. The gestalt will shift.

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good night bros. I hope for a few more green days here so I can finally be free from soxl.

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>> No.49336775
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You either buy SIGA or you're a faggot. Its really that simple.
Look, I don't make the rules guys.


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Why did El Arcon stop shitposting here wtf

>> No.49336784

I miss RH sometimes. I had fun with that app.

>> No.49336818
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>COLD bear

>> No.49336831

Long term growth for the US economy is bullish! The more third world immigrants we import, the better. Diversity is our strength! Jose from Squatamala works at creating the next gene splicing tech at night after picking lettuce all day. Ubonga from Nigeria drives a cab by night but spends his days working on neuroscience breakthroughs that will change the very nature of human understanding. Many such cases!

>> No.49336880

LOL, those things are what go us into the situation we're in now. You reap what you sow.

>> No.49336896

no the liberal talking point is "who will clean your toilets if you don't import mexicans you racists!"

>> No.49336920

>SIGA shareholder
>bad meme
>probably fat bc chicken wings and beer meme
>not even remotely funny

Sir, it is an honor for me to be a faggot in your eyes

>> No.49336935
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>Cold beer on a Friday night is a bad meme
For shame anon.

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>Long term growth for the US economy is bullish!
heh, not so fast chud. long-term CONTRACTION is bullish and A Good Thing (TM). lucky for everyone else here, I was in this thread to refute your racist & misogynistic remark.

>> No.49336954

yeah I actually forgot to add I don't drink beer and don't eat fried chicken

>> No.49336955

>3 big indicators release
Now I feel less bad about grabbing SRTY at a loss today

>> No.49336978

mine expire in about 2 weeks. I think there is a good chance that the timing will play out nicely, even given the shitty current status

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>I don't drink beer and don't eat fried chicken
Respectable, but the Cold Beer on a Friday Night is about more than simply eating fried chicken and drinking beer.
The depth of the meme goes beyond that, its an absolute parody on Modern society and clown world.
You're an asshole anon, but I'll let it slide.

>> No.49337002

if the figures come in bad, it will push the market up. if they come in good, it will push the market down.

good news is bad news, vice versa

>> No.49337020

> You're an asshole anon, but I'll let it slide.
Nah he’s a fucking faggot anon

>> No.49337025

us steel is a steal

>> No.49337051

thank you for explaining the meme to me I've never could have seen it that way since I'm not a wagie and can clearly see that your cope makes zero sense

>> No.49337056

I deserve to be raped byna pack of feral niggers

>> No.49337060


>> No.49337064

How do I buy it?

>> No.49337066
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Try these. Come in 2,4,8 mg. Tasty. Top tier brain stimulation.

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Go Dollar! Go! Go! Go Dollar!

>> No.49337100


>> No.49337109

that shit sounds so fucking boring holy fuck

>> No.49337151

I think patches would be better since less addictive method. Its extremely passive. I just need something to help me over the depression stress eating.

>> No.49337156


>> No.49337202

My wife does that twice a week. All three of them. Sadly, our ancestors may one day speak in hushed tones of the time when Americans had functional indoor plumbing and electricity on demand.>>49337151
You need cocaine then friend.:)

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>Women get laid off from work
>start an onlyfans to try to make ends meet
>Not enough beta male s0icucks to fund them all
>start turning to actual prostitution instead of just pictures
>Fat girls get hired less and with worse rates
>fat girls can't buy enough food to stay fat
The problem will resolve itself if the depression is long enough.

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You are such a newfag glowie fucken faggot holy shit anon

>> No.49337218

I know people have been telling me this for years

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Im sorry, kpop isnt in my rotation

>> No.49337265

i'm sure your ancestors are already dissapointed in you anon.

>> No.49337271

I dont want a happy buzz. I want to kill hunger cravings.

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I'm more of a meme song listener myself

>> No.49337277

It has nothing to do with being a wagie. It’s a commercial that was cut to right as bomb sirens were going off in the start of a war. You don’t understand the implications of that?

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im going to open a short pre-market right before 8:30am

>> No.49337303

That is some higher level thinking anon. I submit to your logic. Can say it is nice to have a slim tradwife in a population of pink haired landwhales

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Just stop being a homosexual and smoke cigarettes.

>> No.49337322

Id just do a retarded binge because thats my personality

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Maybe, some memes are not just dreams

>> No.49337345

I’ve heard whispers that prostitution rates are correlated heavily with economic decline. Not sure I’ve ever seen (hard) data on it

>> No.49337356
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Has anyone been looking at the Stripper Index?
Someone showed it a few weeks ago, Strippers start complaining about not getting enough tips or clients = Depression.

>> No.49337389

Economic substitution to porn? Or to cheaper …streetwise.. services?

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Thats adorable. Im umm, im gonna just go ahead and save that gif, so.... no backsies. K? Awesome, like i said, a-d-o-o-r-abl-e

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Would make sense, supply and demand and all that.
This pic has been getting posted a fair bit recently.

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The first leading indicator has droken, anon. Time to make right with somethings in your life. Like, maybe not so much icecream everynight? I dont know, just sayin.

>> No.49337460

Inflation affected the price of my hookers :(

>> No.49337473


this is more my jam

>> No.49337480

>Oh yeah, you got a better copper play, pal?
I heard IVPAF is pretty good too

>> No.49337482

Why is the intro to this song a full minute and a half?

>> No.49337495


try this on for size

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Thats totally a vibe, im happy for you

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You're welcome anon.

>> No.49337518

ok so I took the time to talk it through with my glowie supervisor and I think I found the meme that you are talking about https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXO46hsrMWM

haha god damn that's funny ! sorry that I told you that getting aroused by the thought of a cold beer and fried chicken implies that you are everything I'm not and thus a chud. I like cute doggoes too !

>> No.49337523

So here is the thing. They're not exactly wrong but that title is clickbaity as fuck. The thing is contractions and recessions are a natural aspect of economics. During times of plenty more opportunity and innovation happens during times of famine efficiency and sustainability wins out. This shakes out the unprofitable companies and forces bloated companies to become leaner.

The issue is every time there is trouble the Fed has bailed our the market. Now in the case of 08 it was necessary due to a fear we might lose the entire financial system. However the constant bailing out has created zombie companies and a mindset that no matter how much money we waste the fed will bale us out of it.

If anything it is long overdue.

>> No.49337529

Onlyfans being anywhere near as big as it is is a horrible sign of the economic times. It is more profitable for any non-overweight even halfass attractive woman or frankly even man to take nudes and fuck themselves in front of a camera than it is to actually go be a productive member of society. That is not a good thing, and blaming people for being whores isn't really the answer if being a whore pays better than being a teacher or factory worker or standard-issue wagie. Honestly the real answer to finding success anymore is go get a prescription for amphetamines after lying to a doctor that knows you're lying and doesn't care and work three jobs and then ride dildos with a facemask on in your off-time because the 80 hour weeks and copious drug use keep you skinny enough to want to fuck, and then throw every god-blessed penny of it into BTC/ETH/XMR and let it fuckin' ride. We're well past the point of the game where a large segment of the population just stops paying taxes, the IRS doesn't even get enough funding to go after it anymore and hasn't for nearly a decade. They literally burned 30 million peoples paper tax returns as it was more economical than actually processing them and they wouldn't have to send them a refund. Shit is fucked, horrifically fucked, and the free money tap got ripped out of the wall and sold for scrap months ago but everyone is still living off fat and about to run out with no more on the way.

Prepare the carpetbags and ride the shit to the bottom so you're wealthy enough to not get drafted in a few years. Welcome to the roaring 20's bitch, we're ahead of the timeline reset by a few years so 1930 starts in 2024 this time around. Enjoy 2023.

>> No.49337539

When does the job report come out tomorrow?

>> No.49337543
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Video length algo maniperation. Very jewish.

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Here, I made you a graph. The price will go down soon.

>> No.49337586

Buy and hold these in the long run


All are potential growth stocks and OMID in particular is poised for big gains!

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>not being a man of culture to like cultured swine music

>> No.49337625

one hour before market open
15 minutes after open minor impact data
30 minutes after medium impact data
one hour after open fomc speech medium to major impact

>> No.49337634

I sincerely hope whoever made the bot that shills this list has passed away and that is why it continues to post the same retarded list over and over again multiple times every day. Every fucking day. This is my new headcanon, that whoever made this is no longer on the mortal plane of existence.

>> No.49337635

its better than the usual nigger slop smg listens to

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They are ""right"" that due to decades of fuckups by the Fed that the only options at this time are demand destruction or hyperinflation. The NYT's relentless need to spin every bad thing that happens as a good thing (when under a Democratic admin only) is getting increasingly tiresome and I say this as a longtime NYT reader (I can't read the fucking editorials anymore though, I don't need a daily thesis on why white males are... le bad). It's almost like they are determined to become the doublespeak bogeyman the right makes them out to be.

>> No.49337692

this SLAPS like you have NO idea

>> No.49337701

It sounds pretty believable considering how those stocks have turned out. Half of them will be delisted soon.

>> No.49337717

we are way above 300


>> No.49337722

the list recently changed
he lives

>Mr Bungle
that's all you had to say
time to get a noise complaint :)

>> No.49337743

>man of culture
I had always hoped people would listen to your kind of music ironically. But then there's Burry...
Your brains seem unwell


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Do i need an exorcism after listening to that?

>> No.49337982

are those c-section scars?

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CPI predictions for June 10th?

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