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IV crush. Premiums went way up making puts more expensive to buy. Lots of variants, when you bought, the expiration and strike price, premium, yadda yadda. Basically any time something major happens and you think about buying calls or puts, you're too late. All the huge options gains seen on WSB are either spending massive amounts of money, buying massively short expiration dates or just buying options when things are boring long before any price sensitive news or rumours comes out. On a side note, CFDs don't become any more expensive during highly volatile times. Much safer way to effectively "short" or "put" a stock.
Saw a programmer on X saying that it could be a ploy to get cloud strike to move from C++ to Rust, which is run by a bunch of woke mofos, and since cloudstrike secures our elections…yeah. Also of note: cloudstrike wiped Hilary’s server AND received a payout from the DNC the day after Seth Rich was murdered, soooo totally not shady at all those guys.
No that’s now how it works and is wrong. Note the news stories blaming windows machines for not updating prior. So whose fault is it? The market doesn’t care
Goldman put out a note about China risk = 🥭 trash talking China + trying to extort Taiwan for protection money
Terrorists take note. This is how you do it
This is what I’m saying too. Regardless of what happens with Crowdstrike and the business impact this speaks to a much larger scale issue going on with general security practice and operational practices. Allowing one company’s product root access to so many systems is insane. On the same note critical infrastructure and services globally are reliant on a single vendor for their operating system. Both realities reveal a massive attack vector that can be exploited intentionally or unintentionally.
I disagree entirely. Software glitches happen all the time. This isn't the first time that software has caused these things to happen. Crowdstrike is a multi-billion dollar firm that's embedded everywhere. It's a trusted product and platform and they made a mistake. By being reactionary like this, you're ignoring the very fact that they were running on and securing all of these systems to begin with. Their balance sheet also doesn't indicate imminent failure, as long as they respond appropriately and don't have a follow-up incident in the short-term future, they're certainly not going to go bankrupt over this. Ask yourself how expensive it would be for all of these companies to switch away from Crowdstrike today and whether or not they're going to invest in doing that. Also note I have absolutely no position and I'm just an observer in this whole thing.
Not sure when it will be fixed, but as usual the politicians will grandstand on their soapboxes pretending to be irate just to get votes. Then, 99% of people will stick their faces back into their phones and continue their zombie-like life. In the end, nobody will change their behavior, nobody of note gets punished, and people keep voting in the same lame politicians who do nothing.
Spending money overseas is not for no reason. It’s done for the common defense and to ensure our Allie’s (and especially our enemies) know that the US will take forward stance in foreign matters. Aid to Taiwan and Ukraine is part of the American active defense strategy- combating China and Russia. They aren’t handouts but serve the US’s best interests. It’s easy to say it unnecessary but what if Taiwan was taken because of a lack of American support? Than it’s the American that will suffer from changing tech supply lines. To note- Taiwan is also a major military client of the US. The majority of the Taiwan military is US equipment. You could view an aid package as an insurance they will continue to buy from the US and will stick around to do so while deterring China. Also, it’s a good way for the US to show support for Taiwan considering we withdraw from it being a military protectorate.
Spending money overseas is not for no reason. It’s done for the common defense and to ensure our Allie’s (and especially our enemies) know that the US will take forward stance in foreign matters. Aid to Taiwan and Ukraine is part of the American active defense strategy- combating China and Russia. They aren’t handouts but serve the US’s best interests. It’s easy to say it unnecessary but what if Taiwan was taken because of a lack of American support? Than it’s the American that will suffer from changing tech supply lines. To note- Taiwan is also a major military client of the US. The majority of the Taiwan military is US equipment. You could view an aid package as an insurance they will continue to buy from the US and will stick around to do so while deterring China.
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