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It makes me happy that you didn't edit it
about 9 hours ago
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Utah? Edit. Same predicament.
about 9 hours ago
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Just curious, what percentage exposure did you have during that run up? Edit: I turned 10k to 42k since Feb but Im reluctant to bet more than 2-3k at a time
about 9 hours ago
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I say it will be tree fidy by the end of the week. It's the best I can do! 🌈🐻 here
about 9 hours ago
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Tree/four days
about 9 hours ago
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Have you tried starlink? Edit: sorry I didn't see people had said starlink already
about 9 hours ago
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we're a startup in austin tx and do hire people in middle nowhere kentucky, can't imagine WV being too out of reach tbh just need internet edit; i will make a note that we're not an IT shop, but a software engineering shop. We are struggling to get good engineers sometimes
about 10 hours ago
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Probably tree fiddy.
about 10 hours ago
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timing is everything. Depends what you pd for it and what breaks.
about 10 hours ago
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Do you want me to break my rant up a bit more? My family is poor and using a period means billy goes hungry… edit: there I fixed it, I hope you are happy
about 11 hours ago
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Fire nurses "OMG there's a nursing shortage" Fire truck drivers "OMG there's a truck driver shortage." Both moves made during crucial points in hospitalizations/supply chain issues. It has to be by design. Edit: thought WSB was more reasonable than r/politics. Hmm live and learn.
about 11 hours ago
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It quite literally is, and even an elementary amount of research would confirm that Edit: No, you're being down voted because ur a fkn idiot, who has no idea what they're talking about. Edit edit: L + Ratio
about 12 hours ago
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Murder capital of the world for a few years in the 90s. Used to drive through regularly on the way from MI to Chicago. You can smell Gary before you are in Gary. Edit: It's apparently gotten a bit safer since everyone moved away. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.onlyinyourstate.com/indiana/dangerous-gary-indiana/amp/
about 12 hours ago
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Housing isn’t inflated everywhere Edit: very excited (1) this is wsb (2)all you rentoids are downvoting must mean I’m doing something right. Go die 😂
about 12 hours ago
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My theory is based on a guess that participants are mostly long puts as hedge and dealers are short these puts so in order to hedge their position, they'll be shorting SP index or futures. My theory is that VIX is low because demand for puts is low since everyone is so well hedged and not underhedged. These hedges combined with not much participation on the share side(ie sellers are done selling/have no need to sell as they're hedged, but buyers aren't buying yet) are dragging prices down as dealers hedge these hedges fueling something of a gamma squeeze to the downside with no BTDers as backstop. Also, this is why we aren't getting higher highs on VIX while we make lower lows. The long hedge puts are being rolled down as we get closer to expiry and closer to ITM to lower and lower strikes. 400Ps had the biggest OI and the first time we dipped below 400, they were mostly rolled down into the 390 380 strikes and 390 had the biggest OI. On Friday, as soon as those 390Ps went ITM, we started flushing down to the low 380s until we started getting close enough to market close that dealers started feeling comfortable closing their short hedges. This seems like the dynamic that we've been in for the past few months and we have another huge put OI for the June monthly. As such I don't expect this dynamic to change until flows change in a meaningful way ie people stop rolling down their put hedges, and/or we get some crazy buying pressure. Downside risk is some kind of event that causes a sharp drawdown that's currently not hedged for. This will cause an actual VIX spike and possibly the capitulation that everyone is talking about. Edit: I would like to add that this would be the opposite of what we saw in later half of 2020 and 2021 where big call buying was dragging the market up along with the passive autobuy funds and short covering.
about 12 hours ago
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