2021.10.18 16:40 peko_smile How to solve percentage problems for civil service exam
2021.10.18 16:40 tacos4life0623 [Xbox] [H] These Striker og black wheels [W] 44k for the bundle
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2021.10.18 16:40 RLCD-Bot [Black Road Hog XL] [Road Hog XL: Muerto] [Nitrous] [Black Ruinator]
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2021.10.18 16:40 badfishdad Help!!! my baby is sick (Baloon Molly)
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2021.10.18 16:40 polynomials A hypothesis about the coaching decisions.
Running out the clock with 1:30 left in the first half. Several cowardly punts, including the 4th and 3 punt with a gassed defense from the 46 in sudden death overtime. I consider these two decisions objectively terrible. Then there have been many other highly questionable decisions in this game and others, one of the biggest ones being the TB field goal which would have been a career long in the pouring rain when they could have gone for it.
I think a lot of these decisions reflect a distrust of Mac despite his surpassing expectations, especially at clutch moments, where I think he has surpassed expectations the most and yet they trust him the least. Then on top of that they seem to be calling plays the rely heavily on what is proving to be the weakest elements of the offense.
I don't want to say the years of glory were only due to TB, but all this does make me raise a similar question. I'm not gonna say the coaching staff is bad, but...maybe they just have no idea how to coach a team with less-than-elite talent? That includes mediocre weapons at WR, and developing superstars like Mac (by which I am saying Mac will be elite, however, he's not there yet and needs time).
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2021.10.18 16:40 Poopandswipe First mortise and tenon, 1/4” in scrap of fir—tenon snapped as I tapped it in. What did I do wrong?
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2021.10.18 16:40 1000facedhero Preseason Prediction Thread
I haven't seen one of these yet for this subreddit and the season starts tomorrow. So lets have a preseason prediction thread. Who/What do you got?
Kings Record and Finish?
Any Kings related awards (e.g. All Star ROY, all nba)?
Do Buddy and Bagley Finish the Season on the Kings?
Any other Major Trades?
Kings Leading Scorer?
Who Wins the East West and Title?
Who Makes the Playoffs?
Any other random predictions?
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2021.10.18 16:40 NiarbOn pp too smol
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2021.10.18 16:40 LazyDaisyMindIsHazy How good is the exchange policy?
Basically I want fireside flurries, but I also want a great deal! If I were to use my coupons now on the b3g3 sale, could I go back and exchange some items for the winter 1 goodies when they are released in my local store? I'd keep the product pristine, of course. Thanks in advance!
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2021.10.18 16:40 mark99229 Never seen a BMW hatchback before
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2021.10.18 16:40 Character_Guess_7261 Can anyone create a group in Telegram?
2021.10.18 16:40 clumsybookworm94 Me after studying and doing work for 5 minutes total:
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2021.10.18 16:40 mario9421 I recently added the new Curse of Dreadbear figures to my collection, so I thought I'd show you guys my updated collection.
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2021.10.18 16:40 MrVladManPoutine My first one and it’s a shiny and 3 star. Just got it five minutes ago. What do you think?
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2021.10.18 16:40 Puzzleheaded_Way_582 $SDC small dicks rise UP
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2021.10.18 16:40 The_Sovien_Rug-37 wait so we can mine evil ores with platinum / gold tools now? how long has this been a thing?
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2021.10.18 16:40 The-Nigersaurus Saw this image and thought it had to be an album cover
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2021.10.18 16:40 Proper-Sock4721 Grandfather and grandson
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2021.10.18 16:40 sweetsweettendies The power of holding through an uptrend
Everyone even remotely familiar with the stock market has heard the saying “let your winners run and cut your losers”. Plug this catch phrase into Google and you’ll find hundreds of very vague “articles” of how, if you are lucky to catch that winner, you must let it ride, but barely anyone presents a real strategy of how that would be done properly, leaving novice investors diamond handing their stocks all the way up and all the way down again. Isn’t that a frustrating experience? Worst part is- this experience psychologically conditions the trader to pick up bad habits. After being caught out like that, it appears that the best thing to do is to grab that small profit market is giving you and get out till the next trade. Therefore the new trader is now conditioned to take small profits from numerous trades just to get caught in some random downtrend that wipes out all of the profits taken in months. That would mess with anyone’s psychology and more bad habits would follow… revenge trading, overtrading, picking risky and questionable investments, while to start with there was nothing wrong with the idea of holding your winners, it just had to become a real strategy with clear entry and exit points (more about it later) and strong reasoning of why the trade was entered to begin with.
I’m going to explain why holding your winners works mathematically and can be one of the most lucrative strategies, how to pick your entries and plan exits and what type of set ups I’m personally looking for. I’m also going to outline the factors that should be considered a sign that this particular strategy should not be employed.
Let me start from the mathematical aspect of this strategy. Let’s say that the trader bought 1000 shares of stock ABC, that is trading at $10. The stock is in the uptrend, moving up 2% a day for the next 10 days. Here is how daily profits on $10,000 capital would look like:
Day 1 +$200 total profit $200 Day 2 +$204 total profit $404 Day 3 +$208 total profit $612 Day 4 +$212 total profit $824 Day 5 +$216 total profit $1040 Day 6 +$220 total profit $1260 Day 7 +$224 total profit $1484 Day 8 +$230 total profit $1716 Day 9 +$234 total profit $1950 Day 10 +$240 total profit $2190
As you see from the first column the trader is benefiting from the power of combined interest. The longer the trader holds the same position the more profitable each move up is, even if the stock is moving consistently by the same percentage. For example a 2% move on day 10 actually benefited the trader 2.4% from his original investment. This becomes even more noticeable as time goes on. On day 30 the mare 2% move would cash the trader $320 for the day increasing his original position by 3.2%.
We have established that holding a stock through an uptrend becomes more and more profitable as time goes on. So what’s the problem? Well the problem seems to come from lack of planning and strategy and possibly conviction. Before buying any stock, I put in days worth of research, watch the stock trade for adequate amount of time to start seeing its “personality”, scout public forums for other opinions and things I have possibly missed or information that other people stumbled upon. But my research doesn’t end there. Technical analysis is just as important. I go over every angle. I find my moving averages, support and resistance levels, go over daily volume and volume per price (that’s to indicate where previous bag holders will be tempted to close their positions) , find levels where the stock is likely to experience volatility explosion (usually levels with previous low volume per price) and note where short sellers will be tempted to enter. By the time I’m done with my research there is very little that can surprise me about the stock. I know all the upcoming catalysts. Would technical changes happen I would be ready to notice immediately. I ask myself questions like “is company likely to dilute its shareholders and when did last dilution happen?”, “what could be possible negative events?” and “what would change my conviction about the stock and company completely?”.
Once all of this research is done I don’t just blindly jump in. And it’s all so tempting! There are so many undervalued companies out there that fundamentally are amazing, yet charts or media sentiment are so ugly. Patience is the key. I wait for the stock to retest it’s long term support and confirm it. I start buying around that support level. Comfortably averaging in. This is not a day trade strategy, this is a swing trade strategy so I take my time to get comfortable in the position. It’s also very important not to overbet -even the strongest charts sometimes break and having extra capital can save your position in the unfortunate turn of events. But more about mitigating the risks later….
Once I’m comfortable in my new position I already am aware of resistance levels but I don’t blindly sell at those levels, that’s where continuous technical analysis comes in. I watch daily volume as my most important indicator and combine that information with volume per price to come up with probability of stock continuing the up trend. High enough daily volume on the green side will most likely push the stock through levels where other investors are likely to exit. Higher positive volume is also a repellent for short sellers. Biggest and the most profitable moves can happen once the stock breaks upwards of previous resistance. Not only short sellers, that were in the wrong, will be closing their positions repurchasing the shares, but new ones will not enter until they are confident that an uptrend is over.
So knowing all this, where to take profits? I look for discrepancies that could possibly indicate that the chart is weakening. The key is to exit before a significant consolidation period. One of those signs is a large sell order in the order book that would be near impossible to fill with current volume. Others are: shrinking volume, lack of buy bids at lower levels in the order book, short term RSI is not resetting to oversold during fluctuations or general market condition is weakening. As long as I do not see any of these discrepancies, I believe that the position is better left alone to play out it’s full potential. Actively watching for discrepancies helps trader to take profits when chart is over extended. Waiting for the chart to break in an obvious way, such as falling back through moving averages, is also an option, especially if skills to look for discrepancies are not developed yet, but that would cost the trader some of his profits and psychologically is much harder to do.
Since we have established an entry and exit points I’m going to quickly overview the type of setups I’m looking for. They don’t come around often, but can yield returns of 30%-200% within weeks. Latest examples of stocks, that I have personally traded, and achieved those results are BNGO, RKT, CLOV and SPCE. I believe that in the matter of weeks I’ll be able to add RIOT to that list, but the future is never certain. My main criteria while looking for this type of trade is finding companies with extreme fundamental changes, that is unnoticed or unacknowledged by the market. For medical companies it would be an important drug or equipment approval, for others -expanding contracts, expansion to new markets, or becoming profitable due to unexpected immediate growth. It also could be the loss of competition (right now it is the case of American based miners, due to China’s restrictions on miners). If the stock is undervalued without counting in the fundamental changes- it’s an added bonus!The best part about relying on fundamentals and research is -low risk for a loss. Even if the trader makes technical analysis mistake or gets stuck in an unexpected downtrend the stocks tend to come back to their fundamental value. With this strategy, having a little bit of patience, there is little reason to cut losses (contrary to a popular saying), unless of course there are major negative catalysts or new fundamental flaw. On the other hand it is wise to have extra capital, in case the trade doesn’t play out right away, and seas any opportunity to grab shares at a greater discount. Averaging down is a powerful risk mitigation tool, if used in the correct way. After establishing a comfortable position, I would not suggest to start averaging down any sooner than after experiencing at least a 20% loss, and only if fundamentals still stand (this percentage is applied to volatile mid-cap trades). Averaging down too soon takes away the trader’s edge and in most cases contributes to a greater loss initially. Once I find these stocks with huge fundamental changes I make sure to mark up all the upcoming catalysts (that’s what will kick off the trade and will allow the market to notice our company). For example earnings could be an amazing catalyst because analyst coverage comes soon after.
We have overviewed our entry and exit points, type of stocks we are looking for, but what about the negative factors to watch out for?
Well why don’t we come up with that together?
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2021.10.18 16:40 Moress [Spoilers up to the of LS4] Why do we just forget about our allies?
So I just finished LS4, and I must say, I really enjoyed it. One thing that stuck out to me however was our dear Golem friend Blish. Like, I understood why he had to make his sacrifice, but we literally go inside of Kralk, and didn't even bother to mention him or look for him? And then, when it's all over, no one bothers to say anything about Blish. Like, shouldn't he still be in his Dormant state?
This got me thinking about Zojja, who last I recall, was stuck in a vegative state after the events of HoT.
I'm curious how things will go down with Taimi considering it seems like we just forget about our comrades so easily.
I really hope IBS addresses the above, but somehow I doubt it.
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2021.10.18 16:40 smol_kaguya real
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2021.10.18 16:40 SharktasticA IBM Model M13 TrackPoint II driver diskette images archived
| I just uploaded two floppy images for PS/2 IBM Model M13 TrackPoint II keyboard drivers/software to archive.org for posterity and in case anyone needs them for a retro setup!|
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2021.10.18 16:40 merakiisakii any ranked 200-220bpm stream maps?
i'm trying to improve and farm my streaming skills, but i can't find many maps that fit the bpm i want to reach. i'm looking for maps similar to these:
i don't really mind if i have to do a lower bpm map with dt, as long as it's between 200-220bpm. i appreciate any help. :]
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2021.10.18 16:40 jurayloves EQIFI & XT.COM - AMA
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