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Black Gold Edition

>Educational sites:

>Financial TV Streams:




>Pre-Market and Live data:


>Boomer Investing 101:



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>> No.53664255

first :)

>> No.53664261
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RIP in pepp to the dum nigger who thought SPY 375 would happen around now

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BOIL chads arise.
Its time for some tendies really soon.

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One day I will have profits

>> No.53664274

OP, you forgot to add scoopsies youtube channel to the educational sites list

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my response to the newest john rocker vid

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One day I will have profits

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Big fat fed tiddies

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Out of curiosity, how big can you push them? I mean...how far can we go?

>> No.53664300

checking in fren

>> No.53664304

TSLA just painted a clear-as-fuck shooting star pattern on both daily and weekly charts bois, it is tiem for heem. The heem time. We start the heem now.

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>> No.53664324

i know that caffeine is legal, but a measly little warning label doesn't prevent people from filing lawsuits - and even if the company's likely to win the lawsuit, a settlement is usually cheaper, and then there's the bad press to think about.

lawsuits are also not the only way this could bite them - if "monster kills kids" becomes the subject of a good old Moms Crusade, you could see a lot of retailers pulling it from the shelves regardless.

selling people increasingly more caffeinated drinks to fuel and maintain their addictions is also, in my opinion, unethical. caffeine is not harmless, especially for kids & teens with developing brains & bodies. it stunts growth physically, and who knows what it does to brain development - almost certainly nothing good.

>> No.53664327

>betel nut
had to look it up so no, but apparently Vietnam does have it. They call it miếng trầu. It's probably just not popular in my region. Lots of traditional foods and drugs are only popular in the north or with very old people.

I'll find some and post about it here. Speaking of which, try some thuốc lào if you're a smoker. Crazy fucking nicotine high. I can't believe that shit's legal in Vietnam and weed isn't lmao. It's extremely dangerous.

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I fucked a fat bitch with tits almost as big as those, feels very good once they lube it with some spit.

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either ufo or ruskie object shot down kek

>> No.53664339

So if this is scoopsies. Who was the guy on that wanted poster awhile back?

>> No.53664347

Yes i went to the local jump trails, they were "closed" which just meant massive trees, sticks and logs were strewn all across the trail, I took my trek 3500 26" as far as I could. (I'm 6'1 225 btw)

On the 6th ride down, I stopped paying attention for a second and hit a bad line on a big wet log. my tire slipped and i fell into the soft dirt. Three twelve year olds were there to ask if i was ok

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should i buy INDA share (india ETF) ?

>> No.53664356

I cannot wait for the heeming.

>> No.53664365

Well? When's the Skyranger landing at the crash site?

>> No.53664366
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MNST monster energy drink stock what are your favorite flavors of monster as a reminder here all of the Monster drink brands and remember they own 35% of the entire energy drink market and also remember that they have a cool logo

what is your favorite drink from MNST.

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Do the needful ser

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Thx. will do Sir

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>> No.53664397

Can we go back up again next week? We can stop the pull back and profit taking now, I'd like to be on the bull run again thank you :)

>> No.53664398

Were you here yesterday when that cunt was telling me I had no argument about TSLA getting heemed and I told the cunt it was about to paint a shooting star?
I need to find that post now. Fuck that faggot, I hope he is reading this and seething because he has no comeback now. The dumb little mumu fucking tool.

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I only drink water and one beer on saturday

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It's a good company with a good product but I get the feeling they've topped out. Stock's pretty much flat since January '21, they aren't growing market share or mindshare, and would be the first on the chopping block if people have to cut back on food budgets.

Although maybe they can start selling big in Brazil or India or something. Go the Coke route.

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>> No.53664418

>50+ percent of all options are 0DTE
>70% of all daily volume is options
I warned you about the 0DTE gamblers, bro. I TOLD YOU.
It is literally impossible to even hedge against anything now because these degens don't pay a nickel in time premium so the VIX is fucked.
Can't sell options worth anything. Get bled alive by the casino degens if you buy any of them.

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Why are Indians like this?

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>> No.53664438

Good. "Theta farming" always felt incredibly Jewish.

>> No.53664440

Found it
Soon I may need to start becoming an insufferable tripfag because we don't have enough of those already

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>> No.53664447

>hurr see we tough
probably just more PR bullshit

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>> No.53664452

best ass on the left, best cunt on the right

dont like beverages in general. where im from im still seeing coca cola selling products from Christmas production

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>Anime posters

>> No.53664459

ok now that I know who 2scoops is I just wonder how did you guys find out?

>> No.53664461

yeah I was there for this. I'm amazed that a company paying down debt is considered something bullish rather than what should be expected. sign of the times I guess.

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>> No.53664474

he was just early

>> No.53664480

He made a post bragging about his channel's viewcount in comparison to Rocker's. However when blacking out the video names, he used some retarded partial opacity Apple brush. Anon's found the videos, found the channel, and managed to confirm that scoops, in fact, has vitiligo.

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Im talking 5+ year horizon to own the stock, not trade it. Literally everything has been flat or way, way down since Jan '21 lmao

I don't trade companies i like to own the stock

I think i will buy some MNST shares and slowly accumulate if the market shiddens aand fardens

The float dynamics look very good on MNST since they are doing a $1 billion share buyback which is like 2% of the whole damn float right there

I can see MNST catching bid from asset allocators because its a proven business. Pic related, these guys are compounding growers

>> No.53664485

you "people" have some real issues.

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>> No.53664502

I'm going to try this tripfag thing out
Soon I will also be getting doxed like Scoops and posting countersignals like Baggie and being a troon like clftranny

>> No.53664506


whats happening next week anon

>> No.53664508

has anyone ventured the guess that soxl schizo is scoopsies?

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They like to live life on the wild side

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>US Northern command is beginning recovery operations now

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>> No.53664524

what's the lowest market cap stock y'all own? I'm terrified of touching anything below $50M.

>> No.53664531

>Literally everything has been flat or way, way down since Jan '21 lmao
CELH certainly isn't. I'm not saying buy it in particular, but that's the kind of thing that we'll look back on in 2033 and see a MNST-type chart.

And I'm not saying MNST will crater but that's how these things go: a company tops out, can't do much but issue divvies/buybacks, competitors arise, talent leaves, and it gradually rolls over.

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>he used some retarded partial opacity Apple brush
of all the ways to get found out, it's with some It Just Werks faggot shit

>> No.53664541

i wasnt saying it was gonna moon or anything. i just dont think $200 is crazy. i already sold the rest of my tsla anyway so i guess im team heem now as well kek

ill start using a name too. this is fun

>> No.53664549

I swung CIDM back in 2020, and it looks like it's still worth $100m+ despite bleeding off hard. What kind of horrible shitcos exist in the 10-50m range

>> No.53664551

>General Milley says the mission is expected to have a 99% chance of success.

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Ah cool more tripfags, just what this place needs

>> No.53664571

Actually no wait can I redo that.
People will shorten it to simp, fuck that.

>> No.53664580

Whatever works for you, simps.

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>> No.53664584

are you not worried about the short interest for CELH being at 30%?
It's hard to even find companies worth so little, but I'd buy one if I found one I thought was novel. Smallest I've ever had is AQB, which is a meme.

>> No.53664591

Hoping for another retard pump next week

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Well today was pretty boring

At least I made a good amount from energy stocks

>> No.53664595

I recently doxxed myself when posting a picture here. Nobody cared.
I think scoops wanted to get caught. He could become the next terry davis with a little push.

>> No.53664598

my retarded ass reads it as genoc ideall simps

>> No.53664600

I've been here a while now, nearly 2 years on smg and about 4 on biz, I'm upgrading my package to tripfag because I have enough hubris now, I know how baggie feels now, except that jew is probably still richer than me

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Monster Energy / MNST's EBIT margins are fucking 25% on top of having minimal debt. Debt/equity ratio looks solid.
>CELH certainly isn't. I'm not saying buy it in particular

I'm glad you bring up because the difference between CELH and MNST is what proves my point that MNST is a good long term purchase lol..

CELH is a literal IPO shitco with a history of issues with the SEC and their accounting practices. Let's take a look at CELH's financials versus MNST's financials

first, CELH

Complete massive dogshit

>> No.53664611

i read it as genocidal simps but i think thats funnier anyway

>> No.53664612

>are you not worried about the short interest for CELH being at 30%?
Like I said, my point isn't about CELH in particular. It's that if you were shopping around in the drink space and bought at the Jan 2021 peak, with MNST you'd be flat and with CELH you'd be up 50%. So there are dynamics beneath the surface and competitors that can gain ground against MNST.

>> No.53664618

y’know what. Same.

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And here MNST

Actually anon you gave a really good idea, a pairs trade. Long MNST and short CELH. CELH is a total shitco scam for exit liquidity

CELH uses an auditor not used by any other NYSE or NASDAQ company and has ties to indicted 1MDB bankers, Russell Simmons, and a shark from Shark Tank.

Lol. Lmao. I am defo shorting CELH in a pair with long MNST

>> No.53664629

Kek I knew that would be next.
Anyway dw I won't make this a thing, I'm still permabanned on my main IP and it's annoying enough having to switch my mobile to data when I need to shitpost. But that TSLA cuck just pissed me off.

>> No.53664630

you’re welcome, sir :)

>> No.53664635

how long till we get a bullrun bros?

this depressed market is too hard for me.

>> No.53664643

Dear /smg/

It has come to our attention that one of our employees has been posting here under the screen name “scoopsies”. It has also been mentioned he posts a lot of anti Semitic remarks and frequently uses the N word. While this currently doesn’t reflect the values of our company and it’s culture, we would like to change that.

In order to move with the times we are currently looking to hire more employees like Scoopsies. If anyone here is interested in working for us, please send your current resume to us for review.

Thank for your time
H.R. Diversity Dept.
[email protected]

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What'd you do to get permabanned? You're not the monkey torture poster, are you?

>> No.53664649


fuck is nasdaq doin?

>> No.53664650

>attention seeking retards dont even know what a tripfag is

>> No.53664654

I feel like you're not grasping that the time horizons for buying and then eventually selling the stock are much, much wider than "lol u could have bought X stock at da peak and u would b down now!"

we're talking fundamentals and long term investments here, not "look at this line go up and down and compare it to another line over this specific time series!"

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this mumu has such a soothing voice
have a nice weekend bullbros

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thoughts mr monster?

>> No.53664668

That sounds like its gonna taste fucking disgusting lol

>> No.53664675

based AAPL is a buy now?

>> No.53664701
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It hurts when I pinch my nipples. Oh god, it hurts when I pinch my nipples. Why does it feel so good???

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Here's the Viet coffee I mentioned. Part of a balanced breakfast after a night of restful dreams and gradual premium harvesting.

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>Monster Energy / MNST's EBIT margins are fucking 25% on top of having minimal debt. Debt/equity ratio looks solid.
And yet their EPS every quarter can't break above 0.6. That gives them a P/E ratio of 45. In 2 weeks we get to see consumers again cut back in inflation-adjusted terms.

>Complete massive dogshit
Do you understand why it took a downturn? Here's a hint: check the bottom right of this pic.

Now you can shit bricks when you read the top couple lines. Because that's how MNST dies.

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Anons your participation needed, post opinions and habbenings

Global Hyperinflation General /GHG/ >>>/pol/415660996

>> No.53664716

your estrogen pills are starting to take effect

>> No.53664717

Finally a tripfag I like. I think this is the big dick energy right here.

>> No.53664719

i can imagine a mixed drink using monster that wouldn't make me hate myself
>mountain dew baja blast
>monster energy
I'm afraid most people just select arbitrary time horizons to extrapolate what happened in the last 30 days to mean what will definitely happen in the next 30. every time I think of this I think of CVNA and how surely somebody bought it at $360 thinking "wow this shit is up so much in the last year, it's never going down!" just to get heemed.

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I've never had sex

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Oh Christ, we got rid of one tripfag and two appeared.

>> No.53664730

Always has been

>> No.53664734
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apparently Constellation Beverage (7% of global beer market, big maker of cheap wine) was in talks to buy Monster this time last year, but the deal seems to have fallen through.

could be that Monster thought it would do better on its own, could also be that Constellation wasn't as interested after looking into the details. who knows?

>> No.53664735

>catposting normalfaggot is a jew
why am i not surprised

>> No.53664751

Monster tastes like shite.

>> No.53664754

You’re pregnant fren. Congratulations.

>> No.53664759

Why not?

>> No.53664760

In rare public comments on Feb. 8, Iran's national representative to OPEC, Afshin Javan, said oil may rebound to around $100 in the second half of the year, adding that OPEC+ was likely to keep its current output policy at its next meeting.

Reuters spoke privately to five more OPEC country officials about the prospect of $100 oil. Of these, three saw oil as more likely to rally in 2023 than decline, with two predicting prices heading back to $100.

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Thanks anon, just doin my part to contribute to the /smg/ community.

>> No.53664783

original green monster is the best tasting beverage known to man. too bad it's filled with sugar

>> No.53664785

U r mr gay

>> No.53664786

PEP, KDP, even KO managed to pay dividends *and* grow as established players over that time period. 2 years is plenty of time to see what the current batch of employees and management can do in the market. What, did MNST just forget what its business is after COVID? They forget to click the "buyback" button?

Something's wrong with them and inflation is going to eat away at their share value.

>> No.53664794

Kek nah I don't like seeing animals get tortured except for nigbulls.
I don't even recall what I did but I think it was a shitpost about murdering some thot after someone had thot posted on biz as usual. I don't even recall the thot.
Here is how I generally feel about 4chan admins
This can't get posted on smg and biz enough

>> No.53664798

The sugar free monsters unfortunately all taste like radioactive sewage.

>> No.53664804

The only dividend share I buy is British American Tobacco, with a yield >7%

Simple as.

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The tea + lemonade Monsters are good shit. I'd drink those all day long if I could, regardless of needing the caffeine or not.

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>And yet their EPS every quarter can't break above 0.6. That gives them a P/E ratio of 45. In 2 weeks we get to see consumers again cut back in inflation-adjusted terms.
Now we're talking. Yeah, MNST has a high valuation / price/sales multiple for a consumer staples. But the entire consumer staples basket has been catching a bid for the last few quarters,

MNST has a very high PE, PEG, PB, PCF.

But what you're forgetting the secret sauce:
truly sensational returns like MNST and TSCO require more than EPS growth.

They both BENEFITTED from ~500%+ P/E Multiple expansion.

If you can find a stock positioned for sustainable EPS growth + P/E multiple expansion, you might be on to something

In early 2002, MNST was trading at 15x earnings. Today the P/E ratio is 45ish as you pointed out. Therefore multiple expansion contributed 3x of the returns. MNST earnings were about $3 million in 2002 comparison to the TTM earnings of $1.2 billion now.

Earnings growth of ~35% over the period, drove a 400x return since 2002.

In 2002, there were approximately 496,3 million shares outstanding; now, there are 522,1 million, which contributes to a negative return of 0.92x.

3 * 400 * 0.92 = ~1100x total return or 42% CAGR

that is how Monster Beverage Corporation has achieved an 42% CAGR over 20 years

MNST is definitely a pretty expensive consumer staple, but it is for a good reason.

CELH is a ratshit equity tranche scam

>> No.53664829

Very based webm my man
I also advocate thot genocide in my part time job as a 4channel shitpost king

>> No.53664835

People who actually filter tripfags are just sad. If your skin is that thin just go to reddit.

>> No.53664840

Yeah and their share price is pretty much flat since 2019. But that's fine because they're paying you that dividend. The market's essentially saying BTI's fine, stable, and profitable with their niche in the tobacco space.

>> No.53664851

Does Elon's shenanigans on twitter affect tesla stock at all? I wish I asked this prior to dumping so much into it, lol.

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i'm not really qualified for this discussion. i only drink green tea anyway.

>> No.53664862

all the time, yes. I'm sure TSLA will move in some direction when he announces a new Twitter CEO.

>> No.53664864

Why is Gyna shooting lasers at Hawaii ?


>> No.53664870

Alcohol is already disgusting. No one would drink alcohol if it didn’t make you drunk.

>t. Drinks too much regularly

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>> No.53664880

Yes, they had a great run up until they saturated the market. And now they have no room for multiple expansion.

You will be heemed by 2026 when it's trading at 15x P/E with sales that are still $6b ($4.5b in 2022 dollars).

>> No.53664887

Can confirm. Wouldn't touch the shit if it wasn't for the buzz. That's why I buy cheap piss water beer like keystone.

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Russia will not capitulate this year and Ukraine still has a awhile to go.. extremely bullish for NG and Oil

>> No.53664903

Is this clf tranny?

>> No.53664905

>with sales that are still $6b
Why do you think the EBIT sales won't go up for Monster??

>Monster Beverage revenue for the quarter ending September 30, 2022 was $1.624B, a 15.15% increase year-over-year.
>Monster Beverage revenue for the twelve months ending September 30, 2022 was $6.223B, a 17.14% increase year-over-year.
>Monster Beverage annual revenue for 2021 was $5.541B, a 20.5% increase from 2020.
>Monster Beverage annual revenue for 2020 was $4.599B, a 9.47% increase from 2019.
>Monster Beverage annual revenue for 2019 was $4.201B, a 10.34% increase from 2018.

>> No.53664907

When will Ukraine start drafting women? That's when the end is near and it's time to exit the long energy trade. Also a great time to get a draft dodging gf.

>> No.53664909

This is who I would expect to crush niggers financially with just his pin thin knees.

>I can't financially breatheeeee

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honestly, i can't imagine paying even a dollar a can for a drink, much less fucking $4. green tea is arguably tasty, mildly energizing, and only 15 pennies a cup.

how immature. yuengling & blue moon are delicious, and then there's cider, which is straight up apple juice with a kick. whiskey on the rocks is unironically tasty anyway, as is bombay gin.

>> No.53664919

He's also been looking for a new Tesla CEO. I don't think he is going to find either any time soon.

>> No.53664922

Because energy drinks are a discretionary purchase, not a staple. We do not have the Trump wagie economy or the COVID stimulus tailwinds.

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>> No.53664932
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My entire portfolio is in SKYT for Monday’s AM earnings.

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Wait, but isn't SKYT announcing earnings in the PM?

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Is it too late to join this party?
Can I be a tripfag too?

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you & i would consider it discretionary, but that's not everyone. i mean, really, everything but rice, beans & beef is discretionary. theres also picrel to consider.

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Who cares.

>> No.53664963

Okay let me get this straight....you think Monster Energy will lose sales because caffeinated energy drink demand will go down because we no longer have a Trump economy? Lmfao

>Because energy drinks are a discretionary purchase, not a staple
you do realize that these industries are literally called "consumer staples" and MNST stock is in consumer staples equity baskets

I do not think you can seriously say that MNST / Monster energy drink sales will decrease when they've been increasing every year for the last 20 years

And now suddenly people gonna stop buying it because muh covid muh biden muh trump


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>> No.53664976

Carl, The Faggot approves of this post

>> No.53664980

I personally only filter them when they're obnoxious as fuck, which tends to be the case more often than not.

>> No.53664991

March EBT is being cut by, what, $95? They're ending the pandemic bump to funds (some red states already have this month).

As for discretionary-ness, look at quarter by quarter sales. The grocery store inflation meme didn't really sink in for people until the 2nd half of the year. Now we're getting folks picking up second jobs to make ends meet and seeing 50 cent eggs. Bet you anything we'll see another sales decline in Q4 and probably Q1.

Again, doesn't mean it'll crater to $50 or something, but you won't see some monster (kek) rally to $150.

>> No.53664998

I filter all name and tripfags. Sometimes I see what I'm missing but I never regret it.

>> No.53664999

god I'd love it if CROX drilled on earnings next week. it won't, but I want to buy more in the mid $70s

>> No.53665002

Lol ok just want to make sure you're not confused when the market opens and nothing exciting happens. Sauce to confirm: https://ir.skywatertechnology.com/news/news-details/2023/SkyWater-Technology-to-Announce-Fourth-Quarter-2022-Financial-Results-on-February-13th/default.aspx

>> No.53665006

>Again, doesn't mean it'll crater to $50 or something, but you won't see some monster (kek) rally to $150.
Long term, it very well may go up to 70-80B market cap

>> No.53665014

can I suck your pp?

>> No.53665015

my main concern is that they can easily lose traction as the "best" energy drink to an upstart company that puts even more caffeine in theirs. and from a liability perspective, theres a point beyond which a large company is unlikely to go with caffeination - but an upstart can go balls to the wall in search of market share.

i would also be concerned about changing trends in general - while monster is big for zoomers, i think theres a strong possibility that they seek out more "health coded" options as they get older. and i suspect millennial parents are less likely to let their children (gen alpha) guzzle them at quite the same rate as zoomers do - and theyd be quite correct to make that decision.

>> No.53665025

>you do realize that these industries are literally called "consumer staples" and MNST stock is in consumer staples equity baskets
I understand how Wall Street groups shit for ETFs. But as living, breathing, thinking people, we can realize that shoppers use discretion when deciding to buy shit like candy or energy drinks.

>I do not think you can seriously say that MNST / Monster energy drink sales will decrease when they've been increasing every year for the last 20 years
What have they done the past couple quarters as people have no Trump economy raises or COVID stimulus savings while grocery inflation hits?

>> No.53665042

>discretionary purchase
I don’t think you realize how addicting these drinks are. I have known people who buy this stuff by the case because they need it.

>> No.53665071

i dont like monster but i dont think that logic really holds wrt discretionary spending. during recessions, spending on "luxuries" like alcohol, tobacco, and snack foods tends to go up rather than down.

people are usually forgoing much larger purchases such as cars, furniture, appliances, etc, in a recession, and as a result spending on small indulgences tends to increase.

thinking about it in a more direct way - if someone only has $10 in their pocket instead of $20, they cant afford papa johns anymore, so they might have a bag of doritos and a monster instead.

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Find me semiconductor or tech manufacturing companies that aren’t dependent on Taiwan or China.
Getting real sick of “American based” companies producing everything in the yellow lands.

>> No.53665117

That disturbance of habits is also working against Monster. If Joe Blow is used to his $4 can, goes to the checkout and sees it's $5, at the margin he try out a competitor's smaller can that's only $4 or $3.

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It's okay OXY, you can go back to all time highs when you feel like it.

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Uh I just did up my taxes. I'm shocked. I'm getting a fat refund from the feds and state both. Normally it's only from the fed. Thank god. The god of greed is looking out for me!

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Ummm anons, what are the financial implications of killing aliens?


>> No.53665160

sure its possible, but i think youre overestimating how willing joe blow is to change his habits vs doing it anyway and then complaining about the government.

we're seeing this right now with eggs - why cant people just eat less damn eggs?

avocados are still a dollar, and now half an avocado on a slice of toast is the same price as an egg. millennials just keep winning.

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tgif :)

>> No.53665186

i'm thinking a russian drone lost its way and headed east insteaed of south.

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you bought puts right anon?

>> No.53665203

>only up 2.6% YTD and falling back down

will next week get better bros?

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>> No.53665225

No. I'm a short seller though, I just wanted to remind you that if things get bad enough you could bail early and walk away with profits.

You should consider putting money into TSLA stock as well.

>> No.53665230

Rofl even

>> No.53665231

>he has no idea how short he is

>> No.53665236

Depends. What are you holding?

>> No.53665247

i though scoopsies was black

>> No.53665255

usaa boomer mutual funds, currently lost around 33% in 2 years

>> No.53665274

Sometimes I wonder if "2008" was a "once in a lifetime" happening.
Additionally I wonder if it was a bug or a feature.

>> No.53665294

I'm 30% cash, what if Cassandra is right.

>> No.53665296

long usd and short euro

>> No.53665299
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(YOU) will be
second part negates the first, unless you fighting the african-in-american

>> No.53665305

>Taiwan or China
Uhm, Taiwan is in China, sweaty.

>> No.53665308

I'm 15% cash myself, but it's all reserved for taxes.

>> No.53665311

It took 4 years for markets to reach ATH's after 2008, and they quickly kept going up and up.
Big fucken deal.

>> No.53665313

This is more than I wanted to know. But good for him. I'm a consistent poster here since 2020 and have had play arguments with Scoops before. Even if this is not him, I accept him.

>> No.53665316

>the guy who came up with the yield curve inversion thing thing that detects when repossessions happens that has been 8 for 8 says that this time is different and the warning lights going off is wrong


>> No.53665329

Reminder that private school girls.

>> No.53665331

>imagine buying the s&p500 in 2000 and waiting 13 years to break even.

Jews can be brutal sometimes.

>> No.53665336

Now adjust that for inflation.

>> No.53665351

My bacon too.

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>> No.53665367

We all need to do what's right, but rare is the person or robot that manages to do it without anybody' telling it to do so.

>> No.53665390

Yeah and I won't be here.

>> No.53665395

Americans can‘t trade factor certificates/knockouts, right? They can only trade warrants? Don‘t see why you‘d bother with calls and puts otherwise.

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>imagine buying the s&p500 in 2021 and waiting 40 years to break even

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>> No.53665407

I'll never understand passive investing, or anyone who says not to time the market. Sometimes it really is just obvious.
Staying away from bonds during the last few years of QE was obvious. Dumping stocks when massive rate hikes are coming is obvious.

>> No.53665413

I don't trust anyone.

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>> No.53665421

Ok wise guy, whats the obvious plan to do right now then?

>> No.53665425
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why couldn't the communists get along with the socialists?
>tsmc amd nvda blow up factories upon land or air invasion
china has cool island nothing more, dead grandfather is maybe happy or some shit idk what xi wants

>> No.53665427

>drinking beer


I drink whiskey neat, I have to stop myself from guzzling it after I get a good buzz. Fucking yeungling is gross and blue moon is good for instigating a hangover. You wouldn’t drink any of that shit if it didn’t have alcohol. That’s why you don’t drink ODouls.

>> No.53665428

Here you are *gives you puts*.

>> No.53665437
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16½ years

>> No.53665439

i think it would be Wait, which is the hardest thing of all to do.

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>> No.53665444

Why are you laughing?

>> No.53665455

We're not an ethnically homogenous warrior cult per the likes of the babe in your picrel. In other words, we have muskets not swords. In other words we have a chance.

White people still win. I think it's becoming obvious we need to hold executive positions as long as the Jewish don't make us trash. Phew that was a sentence.

>> No.53665458

This is absolute nightmare fuel. I can see this happening again, as one last "fuck you" to millennials and zoomers.

>> No.53665459

Why do you think it to be wise?

>> No.53665462

Sometimes it's less obvious, and you should wait in silence until the next obvious play appears.

But that's a copout so if you really want my opinions I can give you them. A lot right now depends on the Fed though, which is impossible to know with certainty.

>> No.53665467

beer literally doesnt make me drunk in the least. dont really get how it does for anyone seeing as im only 120 lbs. yuengling is delicious, it tastes like apples on toast. my favorite liquor neat is bombay gin if we're going to have a piss contest.

i actually do like asian brand fake beers quite a lot. i would drink beer all the time, if it didnt have CALORIES.

>> No.53665468

>going long on the dollar when the dxy has been hovering around the 102-104 range for days now

>> No.53665483
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Look at a map of American military bases and their concentration in Okinawa and soon the Philippines.
China needs a Taiwan free of American influence to be able to project power into the pacific. Otherwise it‘s cut off from the open ocean, just like the Soviet Union was during the Cold War by NATO controlling both the Bosphorus and the Danish Sound. Their only access to the sea that couldn‘t get blockaded was over the Northern Sea near Murmansk, which regularly freezes over and is a logistical nightmare to carry equipment across.

The US rely on their maritime power to play world hegemon, and they don‘t want anybody challenging them there. It‘s always been like that.

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the beginning of this year has been exactly like 2020 ifykyk

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Go back.

>> No.53665502

i'm not an expert but it seems like nobody knows how many more rate hikes will be coming in the next year or so.

not that i really give a shit about that business anyway, i'm just dumping money into brands i like for keks, as long as they seem at least a bit undervalued based on the basic numbers and my schizo intuition.

>> No.53665509

I’m not having a pissing contest. I’m angry you enjoy the taste of something that doesn’t taste good by any metric other than it isn’t rot gut and I’m taking my fear of alcoholism out on you. And you called me immature when I’ve been drinking for 20 years.

>> No.53665510

Holy shid.

Honestly it wouldn't suprise me.

Millenials have had:
9/11, 2008 GFC, Eurozone debt crisis, Covid, Putler, inflation and wages that don't keep pace, sky high property prices, and probably more shit I can't remember.

Would be the final lol, to have the stock market crash for 10-15 years so millenials are 50 odd when it starts to recover. DCA I guess....

>> No.53665520
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And here‘s a map showing how the US is trying to cut off China from the Pacific.

>> No.53665526
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so why invade taiwan? pride?

>> No.53665528

yes the time is now. buy or be heemed. why do you think it went down starting oct 21?

>> No.53665538

Polished but I think it's a scam

>> No.53665540

imo china is happy to let the US burn money on all these bases while they invest in building infrastructure and making business connections in the global south.

china saw how the USSR fell - overextended military budget and underperforming domestic economy, combined with internal strife and disunity.

why shouldnt they just wait and let the same thing happen to america? not saying it will, but the logic seems pretty obvious from a chinese perspective.

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Because Fridays will always be better than Sundays.

>> No.53665543

It‘s viewed as an integral part of China and in geopolitical terms it is crucial for access to the Pacific.

>> No.53665548

I honestly hate spending money on eating out, but I'm getting very lazy with my cooking from having to juggle both work and studying.

What are the most bang-for-your-buck food chains? Taco Bell and Costco's food court are very good bang for your buck but what kind of other food joints have INSANELY good deals?

I'm talking about restaurants with items that give you so much food for so little money that you actually get a bit suspicious

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>> No.53665550

can someone explain why you cant put a sell price on a buy order and instead have to waste time and risk loss doing a separate stop limit order after buying?

why cant you enter a limit buy price of X with a limit sell of Y on the same order in case the market moves too fast? it seems like another way to fuck retail investors over because institutions have computers and multiple positions to always front run us

>> No.53665555

Lmao, when you put it like that we really are

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I was here first

>> No.53665561

ty i see what your saying now
lmt rtx ba calls

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>> No.53665567
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Not at all. You're as transparent as a vacuum.

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this isnt a paradox game. unless we're going to start blowing up their cargo ships, they dont need taiwan to out-trade and out-invest us.

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jannies got me

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>> No.53665585

Chipotle. Ask for extra rice both beans and extra pico and tortilla on the side if thats your thing. It's like 9 dollars for a bowl. Hard to beat.

>> No.53665586

i dont think logic applies to China ever since the current chairman took charge

>> No.53665587
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>closes at 6.66 for the week
What did BOIL mean by this

>> No.53665591
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You can spend time wisely by working for a perfect society.

>why cant you enter a limit buy price of X with a limit sell of Y on the same order in case the market moves too fast? it seems like another way to fuck retail investors over because institutions have computers and multiple positions to always front run us
Because I wanna be the partner of someone or have an ally!!

>> No.53665596

I wouldnt eat out, because I dont trust what they put in the food

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What would you like to eat?

>> No.53665607

check if Popeye's in your area has "Family Feast" on their app menu and what the price is - where i used to live, it was $25 and you got 12 pieces chicken, 3 chicken sandwiches, 3 sides, 3 biscuits, and 3 apple pies.

insane amount of food, too much really. you eat the sandwiches right away (if you can finish 3) and put the bucket, sides, and pies in the fridge. its like 3 days of food. and honestly, toss the biscuits.

but then i moved and the deal costs like $40 here :((((

chipotle is good BUT you have to order in person so they give you full scoops of everything.

and get a burrito like a man, not a fagbowl like a spoonfed zoomer

other than these two, check all local chains for app signup deals

>> No.53665613

Cookout but only if you’re in the Carolinas, so good and so cheap

>> No.53665614
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Doesn't the idea of knowing entice you though?

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Get a better broker then retard

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i've been buying the "manager's special" proteins for 50-60% off the sticker price. it's nearly the sell by date so you have to use it soon. also i'm a multi-millionaire but its fun to feel like a winner in everything you do.

>> No.53665622

I know there's a ton of food hacks you can do to get a bunch more food at chipotle yeah, i used to eat there so much when i was a senior in high school and always got double meat on the bowls. very delicious too.

>> No.53665629

Does that graph factor in inflation?

>> No.53665636

Get think or swim and use active trader it let’s exactly what you’re looking for


>> No.53665651

probably not

>> No.53665652

Can do exactly what you want.... Start watching at 6:15 in the video

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>Ok wise guy, whats the obvious plan to do right now then?

US T-bills. 6mo and 1yr are both yielding ~5%. if you want to go shorter, 3mo are yielding 4.65%. you could take your cash and split it up and buy some 3, 6, and 12 month T-bills. or, you could ladder it and buy some 6mo T-bills now, wait 2 months, and buy some more and just keep rolling that until things get better / more clear and you will have cash coming to maturity, with interest, every 2 months, or something like that

whenever the Fed has to reverse course and lower rates, those T-bills share prices will go up as the yield drops, but you will have locked in a 4.5 - 5% yield while you wait AND remain liquid as you can re-sell the T-bills whenever you want. so you're making money on the interest payments + the share price appreciation once the Fed has to drop rates + you are taking 0 risk as T-bills are backed by the full faith and credit of the US Government - unless you think the gov will collapse within the next 2 years

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Do you guys remember the time smg liquidated Martin Shkreli twice in a row after he got out of prison?
He shorted SIGA and we broke that man's balls on livestream.

I don't know why I'm just remembering it now but the though made me burst out laughing like a total autist.

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biscuit for breakfast sandwich or bread crumbs freeze too if ngmisoon, chicken bones make broth

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>check if Popeye's in your area has "Family Feast" on their app menu and what the price is - where i used to live, it was $25 and you got 12 pieces chicken, 3 chicken sandwiches, 3 sides, 3 biscuits, and 3 apple pies.
Holy shit that sounds like an amazing deal for 12 CHICKEN PIECES fuck me that is a lot, and three WHOLE sandwiches? The Popeyes chicken sandwiches are uncontested GOAT chicken sandos

I live in the most expensive area in the United States so

Also im looking at the Popeyes website for places near me and NONE of them have family meals that include sandwiches...which imo is their best offering

And what the fuck lol, it's all 40 bucks or more for a family meal

If we're talking about a very high quality chicken sandwich at a very competitive price, the $4ish chicken sandwich from Popeyes is god tier

>> No.53665715

>toss the biscuits
You better make use of this biscuits you asshole...
>breakfast sandwiches
>pour soup over them
>make biscuits and gravy
>tear up a piece of chicken and make a chicken biscuit with it
You never throw perfectly good biscuits away.

>> No.53665716

If you want more chain food arbitrage, Panda Express gives you a fuckload of food for just 7-8 bucks. Bowl with half fried rice, half chow mein, and two entree items. Can make it three entrees for free if you do their receipt survey thing

>> No.53665724

I'd buy futures on plasma pistol manufacturing, I have it on good authority that it's a lucrative endeavor. Also a good opportunity for Elerium futures.

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found a similar inflation adjusted chart. i'm sure it varies wildly by sector. maybe i'll scrape some data later to find out.

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All because Ye said "Jew" or something.

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Well I've hit a personal best for my home workouts
6x10 pushups
6x10 squats
6 sets of knee highs to exhaustion

I'm getting stronger. You should all be worried after what you did to my sweet bb boy.

>> No.53665777

now that i think about it, i'm pretty sure it was only $25 if you ordered from this one Popeyes near me through Grubhub only, so it might honestly have been a glitch. it was around for a long time though, got it every couple weeks for like 2 years.

lardy biscuits make my tummy sicky

>> No.53665778

>Jews lose money when people say Jew
checks out

>> No.53665782

How do I pick up hot colombian girls on instagram I want to spend my gains on sluts

>> No.53665790
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your warning video was fucking creepy mate, that deranged laugh...
also tripfags get what they deserve. and no-one fucking did anything to him anyway.

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i've been holding my march puts since before the run up to 200. once i saw that head and shoulders on the 15 minute chart i felt pretty confident with my short

>> No.53665794

I can literally do more pushups in a single set than you do in your entire "workout"

>> No.53665798

>not being forward looking

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Why is Musk a beta pussy? You think being a billionaire would give him a bit of self-confidence.

>> No.53665809

He is but he's Always early.

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>your warning video was fucking creepy mate

>> No.53665827

Jews gonna Jew

>> No.53665834

i honestly wonder how many users have blocked him kek

>> No.53665836

And you think this means you're going to overpower me in a wrestling match?

>> No.53665843
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>Twitter employee fired for being a lying sniveling cuck
based beyond belief

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Yeah it puts "line always go up" in a different perspective, in real terms the market is pretty crabby.

2022 looks like a big dip, but doesn't if you don't compensate for inflation and compensate for DXY pumping.

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didnt expect to see this

>> No.53665858

if he wants views so badly he should do something more controversial. like make a video game about wizards.

>> No.53665861

No I'm sure your stench alone is enough to overpower anyone

>> No.53665877

Based Musk.

>> No.53665881

How do I get this in TradingView?

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your lumbering bulk wouldn't even be able to touch me rocker, come at me i'd go off like a cut snake

>> No.53665890

The twitter employee was probably lying. He doesn't need to do anything.

>> No.53665902

Make a script and put this in:

indicator("SPX * CPI", precision=2)
spx= request.security("SPX", timeframe.period, ohlc4)
cpi = request.security("CPIAUCSL", "D", ohlc4)
plot(spx/cpi*298.1, "Real SPX", #aa5500)

Then click Add to chart...

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zoom out

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>> No.53665921

What's this, inflation-adjusted SPY? I guess you could use the CPI against any ticker

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Good job fathands. I did my burpees today as well. But now it's time for drinking.

>> No.53665932

Even if it dumps short term, redditors will slurp it up again anyway. That company runs on retard strength. It should have already crashed in 2020, but here we are

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what ya drinkin fren

>> No.53665944

>scoops if you're here, don't burn your tendies and prop the door open... might get raped by a real nigger

>> No.53665945

Incredibly based, buying more TSLA.

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I started on Tito's and grape juice around noon. Black history month and all. Now I'm onto Coors Banquet for the rest of the night.

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based if true

>> No.53665979

stop sucking his wang. his tweets are just fucking boring. he doesnt NEED to do anything, but if he wants views, he should do something remotely interesting.

>> No.53665994

>time to start drinking
Yep I'm gonna hop in the shower and run to the gas station myself. I got some gambling to do.

>> No.53666000

He's launching rockets into space and updating people regularly. That should be enough.
I'm sorry your website gut uncucked though Jew.

>> No.53666003

Yes. I use this approach to look at commodity prices over the decades.

wtf is that? Mine is pinescript.

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comfy af

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i had seven shots of some really old apple pie flavored liquor, it wasnt very good and only 21%abv.

>> No.53666025

Just shows how bunk CPI is. Utilities revenue should be a direct function of inflation

>> No.53666037

Rocker, if scoops is a white guy who the fuck was that skinny asian twink u interviewed

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>grown man fires one his company’s 2 remaining principal engineers for pointing out time is linear and interest in him will peak and trough

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The guy literally broke his bank to expose the current administrations fornication with the tech industry to silence Americans and crush dissenting opinions and REAL FACTUAL TRUE EVENTS THAT HAPPENED. If it wasn't for rocketman the news would still be calling the hunter laptop, Covid-19 origin, and anyone who was censored, a russain conspiracist..

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raiding grandma's house

>> No.53666392

>brokerage requires minimum amount of money stored in cash to invest
>take loan out
>put it into brokerage as cash
Is this a valid strategy? I want all my cash in investments, not sitting in cash. It's less risky to take a loan out and stick it in a brokerage cash fund then put it in the market.

>> No.53666807

yes it's a valid strategy if your plan A is committing suicide anyway.

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Good times... You hear our boy Phil is retiring?

>> No.53667535

cool but probably fake

>> No.53667590

there should be an ai audio version by now, right?

>> No.53667610

what am i looking at?

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