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Lordstown Motors Corp. - Class A

$2.13

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52 Week High:
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Now if you could short Illinois, New York and California you'd be onto something. Ride that wave as these states commit political, social and economic suicide.
about 2 hours ago
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There is a difference between real value and market value. When land was plentiful back in the 1700s and people could ride west and take as much and as good land for themselves as anyone else, there was no market value for land. But the land still had real value since it facilitated the deployment of labor and capital to produce wealth. This is relevant because land is now scarce, which drives up the market price. However, this market price is below the real value of the land, due to EBCOR (excess burden comes out of rent) and ATCOR (all taxes come out of rent). If we insituted a full land value tax, the market price for private ownership of land would go to zero, but the true value if land to society would skyrocket and provide an adequate basis to fund all public spending and a UBI, without using any other taxes. This is the single tax: just tax land lol /r/georgism
about 2 hours ago
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That still doesn't mean they're stuck. They just need to decide if a new loan terms would be worth it to them. Maybe they need to move for a job that pays 3x their current salary, so taking on a little higher interest rate is worth it. Plus, over time they will have equity in the home, which they will get out of it and can apply to a future purchase, so they will have a larger down payment, and thus less to finance. No one is "stuck" unless the market crashes and they have to pay more than they have to the bank just to sell. That situation has nothing to do with the interest rate. And even then, they only need to feel stuck if they actually need to move... if not, just ride it out.
about 3 hours ago
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Rivian? I actually just saw one this morning while I was out on a ride. Had the same thought.
about 4 hours ago
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You mean, pull out of long positions? That's probably fine. Or just DCA through the summer. But definitely ride the trend down. Puts about to get expensive as fuck with next rate hike.
about 4 hours ago
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Do you have a variable interest rate? Thats the part I didn’t consider in posts like these. Those people will feel it. If you have fixed rate, as long as you can afford that payment (assuming you can if you took the mortgage at that price) just ride it out.
about 5 hours ago
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He wasn’t wrong… she sure did take everyone for a ride
about 5 hours ago
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Best post on WSB as I have quite a bit to contribute. Without giving away too much personal information I directly manage 8 drivers covering the entirety of one state and a chunk of another. It’s a legitimate problem, more so in the big names like Fed Ex, Schneider, Forward Air etc. but smaller companies like my employer ultimately give no fucks. Our drivers are randomed once every 3 months with the driver being warned beforehand. If one of them got into an accident there’s little I could let alone would do to help them out, but ultimately no one cares, one girl is known for having her dab pen on her desk constantly, our boss is chewing on edibles all day, and I stay high myself by having a quick bowl pack on a peace ride. The bigger issue is the same issue that’s been going on for years now; There aren’t enough truck drivers. Oh, and there aren’t enough cargo containers, and there aren’t enough people to load and unload them, then of course there’s no trucks to take it anywhere because there aren’t enough trucks even though there aren’t enough drivers to drive the trucks that there aren’t. Then the stuff goes to warehouses, and there’s not enough people to offload them and process the product. Basically we just need way more cargo containers, people at the ports to offload and load, trucks and people to drive them, and people and trucks on the local level and this whole thing will sort itself out.
about 5 hours ago
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Dispersion has been climbing steadily for months. Any little bit of intraday swing in implied correlation we see sends the index on a wild ride. Yet index IV just sits there like it's nothing. Difficult for me to infer too much from this, but it seems like we're standing on the edge of a cliff.
about 5 hours ago
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Do you delta hedge those sold leaps or you just let them ride?
about 7 hours ago
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