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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bayer makes Yaz.

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Your comments check out, anecdotally. But, I do not know who shops there, so I would look at who is shopping there and whether their customer base should pick-up or at least remain stable during a recession. I'd check inventories against whatever I found as far as customer growth to gauge whether they could convert. I'd say technically, it needs buyers, too.

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

SOUNDS LIKE HE WANTS A PAT ON THE BACK FOR IDENTIFYING WHAT HALF THE WORLD DIDNT UNDERSTAND TWO YEARS AGO BUT DOES NOW. BUT NO APES, A-PA-LEASE.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think it depends on whether governments supplant the current fiat regime.

I would prefer that they not, for essentially all of the reasons I fear more government encroachment in the first place.

I believe that despite what any of us have been told, broad adoption of crypto by governments and the popuation will lead to stronger govt control of population.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be fair, I am talking in general and about the big ones I have learned about, most. You may be right, but you allude to an under inclusive amount of the market, insignificant the my point.

Insert meme where the crypto junkie starts saying things and frame by frame eventually dons the same makeup as a dirty banker.

You see what I’m saying, though. So, take blockchain. You couldn’t come up with a more desirable platform, from a government perspective? What about when govt starts adopting block coins? Claiming them? They took the land, the gold, the guns, etc, and anyone who thinks block coin is diff is basically fighting nature.

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

All of these "blow ups" in rates, bonds, indexes have ripple effects that can create sizeable, latent moves competing currencies, bonds, etc.

Eyes on, indeed

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Date of record is the day after ex dividend date, usually, I thought so assume you mean dividend payable date. Idk

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Watching the market shed points while Bidenflation stammers

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

1 yr 11%; YTD 22%; 3 mo. 44%

I was breakeven when I arrived . . .

Here, there is a little alpha

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I remember it like .win offered redditors a page when Reddit was harassing their members re free speech and censorship. My assumption has always been that no one showed up really except for some Trumpers interested in the ws game. I’d say it’s more of an idea/commentary board, now. No clear direction here, just some day and swing traders talking smack from a market angle.

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

The whole thing is rigged, just figure out the rigging. There is NO guessing, just use the rigging or go broke. Pretty simple, but not really.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Played some pox vax the other day. Trading like pox is over. Could be wayy wrong.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or sell them for double or triple your money as dwac goes back over 150.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Picked more warrants today and yesterday with some oil profits. Feels good, man. Of course, he is going to pull it off.

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Cuzzo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oooooooooooooooooo! :)

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

A genius has entered the chat. Pass me a crayon.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +2 / -0

At this time, considering even if you could travel to Russia, you would need to buy so much to make the cost of the trip worth it, and considering that I have looked at the online ordering option and it’s no dice, I determined the bank would be my best bet. Wells Fargo if you have an account. Fees are higher (seem to remember 11-18% or higher. Takes a couple days and you exchange dollars for rubles.

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am trying to reconcile the time period the article discusses and the various other types of Fed Loans discussed with the current overnight repo level being 1.5 Trillion. I was thinking the overnight repo was mainly it, but this article makes it look like that may be just a sliver...at 1.5 trillion DAILY

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Cuzzo 1 point ago +1 / -0

When I hear this talk, its usually surrounding Nasdaq or connected ETFs, because of all of the trading gaps between March 16 2020 and now. Compare with the Dow chart. Even S&P doesnt look so bad, but Nasdaq traders just really cant get enough of enterprise management system companies and other questionable techtronics. They'll pay anything, for now.

Could be totally wrong, just assuming, but the sentiment is out there.

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Cuzzo 2 points ago +3 / -1

Keep saying this. People act like receipts don't matter. Always have, but now they act like Bitcoin makes them any less important. Like they can show up with 10 million without documentation for where they got it going, I dug it out of the Fishing Hole where I lost my Guns...super legit, now can I be a serious investor? No, you are a crook, playing by rules to which no one agreed.

News flash, no government is going to let you do this long-term. Techrev has some links I think he needs to post on here, so you all can learn, not about the potential for Bitcoin, but about the reality of traceability and control in crypto by governments. Say it all day, but I promise it is easier to catch someone using crypto than cash, ESPECIALLY if they are already after you. Everyone wants to be Scarface until the last scene, and you only get one.

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