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AMD's new powerhouse cpu ZEN 5 is about turn heads... leaked specs and launch date...

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COSTCO Stock Analysis: 571$ Fair Value - DCF, Graham, Fear & Greed, DuPont

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COSTCO Stock Analysis: 571$ Fair Value - DCF, Graham, Fear & Greed, DuPont

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COSTCO Stock Analysis: 571$ Fair Value - DCF, Graham, Fear & Greed, DuPont

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97 years of S&P 500 vs Corporate AAA Bonds yearly% returns. Do you see relation between the two? Notice times when both were inversed.

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Consumer sentiment surges while inflation outlook dips, University of Michigan survey shows

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Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning December 18th, 2023

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Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning December 18th, 2023

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Inflation expectations plunge in closely watched University of Michigan survey

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relation between Bonds yields and credid ratings

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How to hedge for stagflation scenario ?

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US markets open lower due to Moody downgrade -

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Moody’s cuts U.S. outlook to negative due to higher interest rates and deficits

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What high yield bond fund would you buy?

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AAA service trucks are using Rivians now

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What is the best way to bet against Credit Default Swaps (CDSs)?

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August recap for stock market

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NVIDIA to the Moon - Why This Stock is Set for Explosive Growth

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Fitch U.S. downgrade from AAA to AA+ | CNN Business

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Anybody have any thoughts/explanations for agency bonds? Interest rate right now is 6.00% for 20 year agency Federal Home Loan Baser Bonds - idea is buy them as interest rates are likely at all time high, a bit confused why agency bonds are higher than corporate bonds though

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(8/3) Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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US yields skyrocketed after Fitch stripped the US of its AAA rating. 10y yields now at 4.15%, highest since November 2022.

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This is AAA rated MBS. Fitch downgrades Fannie and Freddie Mac after US rating cut. ( Price down , yields up = Black Swan )

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon calls Fitch Ratings U.S. downgrade ‘ridiculous,’ but says ‘doesn’t really matter’

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The credit rating agency Fitch has downgraded the US credit rating from AAA to AA+

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(8/2) Wednesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Fitch Downgrades US Credit Rating from AAA to AA+

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Fitch downgrades U.S. long-term rating to AA+ from AAA

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Fitch downgrades U.S. long-term rating to AA+ from AAA

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USA downgraded to AA from AAA

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Fitch downgrades U.S. long-term ratings to AA+ from AAA

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No longer AAA 😳 Fitch downgrades US debt rating. Flight to safe assets.

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This is probably a bullish thing. Everything's fine. Fitch downgrades the US long-term ratings to AA+ from AAA.

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US Credit Rating Downgraded From AAA by Fitch

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AAA Earnings

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PlayStation 5 Surpasses 40 Million in Sales

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Just asked Morpheus. RIVN is *the one*

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Super-rich Americans are giving up on the stock market, hold record levels of cash — here's why and what they're plowing their wealth into

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MSFT hearing

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Options + Bonds ; brilliant original idea, or... boondoggle from hell?

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No one wanted to listen to me on why Activision Blizzard's Q2 earnings would be very strong, and why it is a good stock option.

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No one wanted to listen to me on why Activision Blizzard's Q2 would be very good.

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How US got AAA rating from Moodys?

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Market Recap - 5/25/23 - the age of AI

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(5/25) Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Fitch places United States 'AAA' on rating watch as it could soon turn into 'AIAIAI'

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Fitch Places United States' 'AAA' on Rating Watch Negative

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Fitch places United States’ AAA rating on negative watch

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Market Recap - 5/18/23 - I know shits crazy but oof

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‘Doomsday machine’: Here’s what could happen if the debt ceiling is breached

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Zelda ToTK sells 10m+ in first three days. (More stats inside)

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2011 U.S. Debt Ceiling Crisis timeline!

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Confused about the debt ceiling? Here’s what you need to know

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Why Activision Blizxard stock might be a steal.

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Why Activision Blizzard stock might be a steal.

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Why did Apple heavily increase it's Debt to Equity Ratio since 2016, eventhough it's one of the most solvent Companies in the World?

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Parking a large amount of money for a month between two houses

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For those investing in CDs, AAA offers a 0.05% bump in CD interest rate through Discover

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The Federal Reserves Internal Turmoil, Recent Economic Reports and How To Profit - The Case for NUGT, UGL, AGQ, and Crypto

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What's the easiest way to short Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities? Not the AAA etfs like DRV but the lower tranches with the sub-prime commercial mortgages. I see a lot of empty storefronts and want to make some money off the collapse of the commercial mortgage collapse the same way Burry did.

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Anybody interested in shorting the AAA tranche? 🙃

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SVB’s Collapse Shows the World’s Favorite Safe Asset Isn’t Risk-Free

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Effect of potential US default on muni bonds

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Are there any downside in investing in a municipal money fund instead of purchasing municipal bonds assuming the money fund's yield > muni bond yield?

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What Really Happened During the 2008 Crash.

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How to purchase distressed subprime auto loans?

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Fed raises rates a quarter point, expects ‘ongoing’ increases

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What's the catch with AAA-rated CLOs?

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Credit Downgrade on US Debt from AAA to AA+ 2011 price action in S&P500 now that we know CDS are through the roof ( Swipe right )

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Credit Downgrade on US Debt from AAA+ to AA 2011 price action in S&P500 now that we know CDS are through the roof ( Swipe right )

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Another question on callable bonds..

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My understanding of US Treasury bond purchase

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Yup. Meanwhile studios like Supergiant Games with the Hades games (Hades 2 is amazing) and Larian with Baldur's Gate 3 and Arrowhead with Helldivers 2 is just killing it. Want a great story with mutating choices? You won't ever get it from the big AAA corporate publishers but Black Tabby Games with Slay the Princess has exactly what you need. Want a top-tier lovingly crafted medieval city builder? Manor Lords made by a single guy is your game. Want the best political visual novel/simulator ever? Suzerain by Torpor Games is the best game in this genre. My point is that the AAA publishers are seriously slipping in customer goodwill and game quality and the indie scene is becoming powerful competition and catching up fast with more creative, more fun, less BS and less expensive games.

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On what do you bind the overvalued assessment? AAPL still has >7% revenue. If you target long investments you can easily get 5-6% p.a. with just AAA shares. Of course the bs revenues of 20% and more are over. That was a curisorium of the ZIRP.

Mentions:#AAPL#AAA

Our MODs are prime, AAA rated

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I don’t think this is a wash sale yet. Wash sale would be if buy the lot at 100 sell at 93 for loss., FIFO. Then buy AAA again for less than the 100 within the window.

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Apple silicon got some potential with AAA gaming. Might not be the best performing, but it's playable. Would it bring significant revenue growth? Probably not.

Mentions:#AAA

Pretty sure Apple revenue is much larger than the entire AAA gaming industry. They don’t have 40 years of experience in it either

Mentions:#AAA

They are so categorically behind on purpose i dont think they'll ever want to change their mind about it in a way that allows them to be taken seriously as anything in the gaming industry. Offering support for AAA titles would have been them playing catch up 14 years ago.

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The party don't stop till the fed rate drop It's weird that Dimon talks about WWII, because AAA corporate debt rates dropped from 1932 till 1946, exactly after the war. If you ask me inflation is way out of hand, and the fed should probably up rates even more, because the consumer does not care.

Mentions:#WWII#AAA

They overproduced medium grade. There’s still plenty of demand for AAA

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Gaming development these days budgets and development times are spiraling out of control that even makes Hollywood big budget movie gape open their mouths. Coupled with the fact every AAA needs to sell like a billion copies just to break even gives very low profit margins per unit sold. Until the tech improves to cut down on both development time and costs this is gonna be the new normal. My bet is Sony is gonna utilize either Google Gemini or Microsoft ChatGPT to streamline the development process.

Mentions:#AAA

It's not the bank defaults. It was the layers of insurance, binding bad debt into supposed AAA debt, and people losing their homes with high interest rate ARMs etc. Big banks like BoA and Wells didn't even need TARP money when that was happening. You think without that level of fraud they'll need it? Hell no. Right now, a commercial property goes to the bank, and the bank owns a decent asset that's not being looted for appliances and copper.

Mentions:#AAA

A big portion of analysis missing here is the tranche system of CRE-CLOs. Investors can pick different tranches that have different risk factors. The bottom tranche is an equity tranche that is losses are recorded on the underlying real estate they are effected. However, higher tranches such as the AAA rated tranche have multiple levers in place. They can redirect lower tranche cash flows to theirs and get paid first. They are overcollateralized, and there are more assets than there is the size of the tranche. Those big firms you mentioned (blackrock) will own much more of these higher tranche holdings. Not to say a CRE CLO issue cant/wont happen and be a huge issue for investors, but I think in this scenario, the downside is better capped and real losses will accumulate to firms who invested in some of the lower tranche issues without really understanding the risks. Real estate also has higher recovery values given the real nature of the asset, so in a bankruptcy, there is still hope that the defaulted securiites aren't worth 0 and that investors can recover some value on the investment.

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What are talking about? 10 year tsy is about 4.5. Corporate AAA is 5.25. Other than Apple, a negative credit spread would be arbitraged.

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Prior to the first movie being released Nintendo purchased an animation studio and renamed it with their name. After the success of the first movie the stock has risen. Nintendo is a solid company… no crazy movements. However Nintendo wants to be identified as a “entertainment company” and is making a major push into that field with their partnership with universal. 2024 is questionable for what’s gonna happen this year. 2025 will see new hardware release with exclusive AAA titles, later in 2025 universal will open Nintendo world park in Orlando, April 6th 2026 is the release of Mario movie 2…. So that leaves a lot of empty holes in their calendar for perhaps the Zelda live action movie and other unannounced projects

Mentions:#AAA

Ye, this is one of the reasons I mostly buy indie games these days. Just sick of the "AAA game" developers tbh

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I saw all the gaming subreddit lit up like a Christmas tree most against the mandatory PSN login. This is one AA game not even AAA level game and arguably has been going downhill in popularity even before the PSN login controversy as Steam DB number clearly shows the game is just another flavor of the month game like so many others before it like lethal company or Palworld. Sensation news overblown and outrage baiting nothing more. That being said I wouldn't go long on either Nintendo or Sony stock as they both have dog shit performance 42% & 61% in 5 year chart VS MSFT 215% in the same time frame.

The Mariners are the Yankees AAA team. It will never, ever be the Mariners.

Mentions:#AAA

Disney doesn’t look bad they just did that huge investment with epic games ( Fortnite ) and has a lot of green volume that has been adjusted yet from this year I’m not sure about Reddit since I’m not sure about their future plans as a company. TDW the post company is an offshore tow company think of it as the AAA company of the oceans it doesn’t matter about the other companies or major changes because their business will always be needed

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Just like those mortgage backed securities that were rated triple AAA in 2007 by credit rating agencies.

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how much indoor AAAA and AAA is clever leaves growing?

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No doubt. It goes way on back. All the three letter agencies communicate and compete. Hell, even AAA is probably throwing nails on the highway around here.

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AAA 🆙⬆️⬆️. LFG, at least we agree on 1. Holding calls on AMD, AMZN and AAPL

Most AAA games are $500 million to develop at the most, so they could have developed ~100 very high budget games. Yet they were so proud when the avatars finally had legs like this was some truly bitchin' technology they had developed. I'm wondering what exactly is going on over there...

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Basically we are talking about the time value of money and opportunity cost. If you hold a ten year AAA rated bond with a 5% interest rate premium, and suddenly interest rates on similar bonds fell to 2%, people would be willing to pay you more than you initially paid for your Bond because the interest rate on it is higher than they could receive with a newly issued bond. This principle works in reverse as well, if interest rates increase after you purchase a bond, the amount another person is willing to pay will drop below the face value of the bond (so a 1 million dollar bond might get discounted to $850,000 or something similar).

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I think he's talking about the AAA battery simulator, where you virtually replace the batteries on your virtual TV remote. I hear it's enthralling.

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What game is the good "AAA" game?

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Are you guys really thinking that money went all into that one ugly app?! That's R&D for the headsets, does include multiple games including one extremely praised and good "AAA" game, and everything else that is VR.

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Out of $184 billion generated in 2023 by all types of games, the mobile game market share is 49% or $90 billion. In other words, almost half of all gaming is mobile. And Unity has no rival in the mobile gaming scene. So their engine is generating much more revenue for the game studios than AAA titles combined. I’m not even counting indies.

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Atlus used Unity for the SMT3 remake. It's not AAA but it is a large developer. That said, I agree that Unity is a black sheep in the indie scene right now. A lot of big indie devs moved from Unity, such as Slay the Spire 2.

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Here's the thing - no big studio is using their engine. If I ask you to name a few AAA games made with Unity or ones made with Unreal, which list can you fill up? Yeah, switching from Unreal to something else would be a longer process, but from Unity it's not a big deal as it's mostly smaller projects anyway, made by indie devs.

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I have a quite big position so I am biased. Still I see a 3-5x Bagger in the next 10 years. I agree that we are in the middle of a transition phase for Nintendo. It was always a matter of time before they start utilising their strong IPs to establish diversified income streams. Nintendo Online services will also be a big factor for growth and stabilisation. At this time Nintendo gets very few third party AAA games, and often times need to „encourage them“ due to the lack of power the Nintendo Switch has. I expect that raw power will be less and less important in the console market going forward, as publishers are more and more interested to maximise the customer base. We already seeing this with how they have a hard time of letting go the 120 million PS4 installbase, even Sony itself. There will be a time when Nintendo will get more and more if not nearly all major 3rd party releases. This will be another growth/earnings drivers as they will get a cut out of every sold game, for only existing. Similar to PlayStation and the Call of Duty franchise the last 15+ years. I am very bullish on Nintendo. For me the only videogame company with a wide and powerful moat. Good luck competing with Mario, Zelda, Pokémon(the most valuable entertainment IP - Nintendo holds about ~32% and has all games exclusive), Animal Crossing, Donkey Kong and Nintendos brand itself. $12B cash which alone would cover about 5 years of operate expenses, without doing anything. One last thing I want to highlight which is overlooked many times: Nintendo is one of few companies in the world, which gets paid to advertise. They released the Mario Film and got a share of the profits and a bit for licensing the IP. Immediately after the movie, sale figures for Nintendo Switch AND various Mario games received a massive boost. The Movie was an 2 hour ad for the game, and the game is an ad for the movie (not even talking about merchandise here). This going forward could be massive. In 10 Years we will be talking about the 2020s, when Nintendo became the new Disney (Disney Shareholder myself). I think this should absolutely not be overlooked. I am monitoring this from two perspectives. One as a Nintendo shareholder, and one as a Disney shareholders, as I am very curious if Nintendo has the power to challenge Disney and give them a much needed competition, in their most precious family entertainment space.

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Yea you can do that. I like juicing returns a little bit with responsible leverage. All the greats used some to achieve their results: https://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2013/02/08/explaining-the-secret-of-warren-buffetts-success-double-leverage/?sh=5bffcf5179ac >Without leverage, however, Mr Buffett’s returns would have been unspectacular. The researchers estimate that Berkshire, on average, leveraged its capital by 60%, significantly boosting the company’s return. Better still, the firm has been able to borrow at a low cost; its debt was AAA-rated from 1989 to 2009.

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Terrible advice man. Buy at 750 and again at 500 real talk value investor you are broke as fuck and 18 with no money don’t lose what little you have on some fomo bullshit. The market is spent nvda is the 3rd largest market cap in the world it doesn’t have much more to grow sector is overbought hard and needs time to fall and bounce back again. Just look at supports and resistances and invest accordingly. Right now is not forever. You won’t lose money sitting this play out wait until it’s AAA play not the c+ play. This ain’t baseball you don’t have to swing you get as many strikes as you want,

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JNJ isn’t consumer though. Its a healthcare conglomerate that spunoff its consumer segment so it could focus on pharma/medtech. It’s a slow grower for sure although it has a AAA balance sheet and is is a Dividend King paying a 3%+ yield. Something to think about. No idea what the cost basis is for these investments either.

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1) The US's credit rating would return to AAA across all ratings agencies (is currently split) 2) The budget deficit would decrease 3) As noted in the OP, the inflationary effect of lower rates would be offset by a reduction, at some minor level, of economic activity due to tax "deadweight losses", which would be disinflationary. I question how powerful the disinflationary aspect would be, because tax rates were a LOT higher in the 1970s and early 80s than today and they didn't squash inflation. 4) The effects on the value of the dollar are unclear. The dollar should rise if deficits and the liquidity they create is reduced, but should fall because of lower rates. It would depend a lot on what other countries do. 5) As others have noted, real estate would appreciate from lower rates - not just because of mortgages but also because depreciation is a powerful tax shelter. The housing bubble would get worse. 6) In theory, much of the economic growth of the past 45 years has come from the government borrowing money instead of collecting taxes, and the government building a $34T national debt. The raise-taxes-lower-rates policy would in part be a reversal of this trend. That could be a good thing, because an out of control national debt will eventually lead to a financial crisis or currency devaluation. However it could come at the expense of the debt-fueled GDP growth we are accustomed to.

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Now watch his newest mixtape of mixing in CCC's into BBB's and dropping it all on those AAA's.

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Just take the BBB’s and mix them with the AAA’s - literally can’t go tits up

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This is some grade AAA copium. Hiking rate right at the election lol

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The point is to get Israel to expend a lot of their AAA early

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I am AAA rated. I have Autism Anxiety ADHD

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Not for long. AAA has it at $3.63 this morning. We are now going to see Gasoline raise YoY figures.

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Good luck getting one without paying out the AAA or waiting 1+ yesr

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Average AAA gaming experience

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How is Standard & Poors still around after the 2008 collapse? They grossly overrated CDOs with AAA and A2 ratings all they way to the end. Why would anyone ever trust them again and how the hell do they have an exchange?! I'm so confused.

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They are basically like an insurance policy on a pile of debt. For example, let's say you lent Boeing $100 million for 5 years in exchange for bonds issued by Boeing. You can now go to any AAA institution and buy a CDS to insure that $100 million against default. You pay, let's say, 5 million up front and then 1 million every year for five years. If Boeing defaults during that time, the insurer pays you $100 million. If Boeing's bonds are downgraded during that time, the CDS contract goes up in value and you can sell it for $10 million and $2 million a year. But the crazy thing is, you can insure debt that you don't actually own. You can just buy a $100 million CDS and bet that Boeing will default within 5 years. Then you get $100 million whether you own Boeing bonds or not. It's like 50 people insuring my house against fire. I'm the only one who loses the house if it burns down, but all the companies that own CDS on my house also get paid without suffering any losses. That's the craziness of CDS. It's like an option.

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Don’t be fooled by Ashkenazi Musk! This guy, Trump, Tucker, etc ARE the Marxist deep state and the new world order pretending to be the “good guys”. Research Operation:Trust for context. Boycott everything fake genius Musk introduces. Grow some balls and pay cold hard cash for a gas guzzling ‘69 juiced up Camaro while suckin down grade AAA burgers and fill the car with voluptuous REAL LIFE HUMAN supermodels instead!

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**On April 4, 2024 Fitch upgraded US long-term economy rating to tripple shreck from AAA**.

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The real winners are Indians living abroad. I have a few Indian colleagues at work (in Berlin, DE). One dude would always buy the latest AAA games on release (or pre-order) and also talked about how he had like 5+ streaming subscriptions. I thought he must just not have other hobbies or something but turns out if you are earning Euros and paying Indian rupee prices (using bank account from India) it's basically chump change.

Mentions:#DE#AAA

> cheap weed Do you actually know any cannabis consumers? Weed is treated like fine wine these days my friend. AAA frosted nugs. Strains developed to enhance specific terpene profiles. They're working on this shit like it's the cure for cancer. No one wants that cheap ditch weed these days.

Mentions:#AAA

They will get about 5.2%. MSFT is AAA+ credit rating.

Mentions:#MSFT#AAA

Wait until you find out how much it costs to press a bluray! They can be made for less than 25 cents yet companies charge $20+ dollars for them! It gets even worse when you look at digital media and video games. Companies charge $60 or more for a AAA games that can be copied in a few minutes for virtually nothing.

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I’m glad someone siphoning billions of dollars is going to jail. But can someone explain to me why the people at the Ratings Agencies and Banks didn’t have their culpable parties thrown in jail over the 2008 financial crisis? Knowingly paying off Ratings Agencies to stamp products as AAA when they’re levered up with sub-prime toxic debt via NINJA loans?

Mentions:#AAA

Call AAA.

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[Can you smell it?](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DmxCKbfV4AAA59g?format=jpg)

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[Sneak peak behind the scenes at SAM](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DmxCKbfV4AAA59g?format=jpg&name=4096x4096)

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Gotta have AAA

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Bud, I work for the largest auto insurer in the US. I legit can’t even confirm where AAA ranks since most places stop at the top ten. This also isn’t info you or I would know just from being adjusters. It’s tracked. You should know this.

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Your capping I work as claim insurance at AAA an teslas are the least to get in accidents , it’s Toyotas Hondas and fords

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I was paying $270 a month for my Tesla with AAA I pay $110 directly with Tesla , they banking , all car manufactures will do the same bye bye insurance companies

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Clearly only one AAA company on that list.

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Rent a car (normal, not for Uber/lyft) use it to DoorDash. 500 should get you a rental for at least a month. If you book a small car you will probably even have some left over. If you have any memberships that can also be included to save you money (think Costco/AAA/insurance companies). I will say that using a rental car for this purpose does technically break the companies policy which you are agreeing to by renting the car, but even if you’re in an accident nobody needs to know what you were actually doing. This can be a temporary fix to float you until something better comes along but I would advise trying to get out of the cycle of having gas/rental cost eat into your profits.

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I was looking into saving on a 5-10 year timeline myself. In my case, I want to buy my next car in cash, and I didn't want anything super risky. I decided to put a little money in VOO every month, and if the market swings downward when I want to buy, I'll just have to wait. I have confidence that the US Market will always recover, but it'll mean me being patient. Ya gotta understand something though... ETFs aren't immune to huge market swings. If you can't stand the thought of a 50% downswing, I wouldn't buy volatile investments. The real risk isn't it going down, it's you selling before things recover! It sounds like the best options for you are Bonds, CDs, US Treasuries, or a HYSA. I'd just pick whichever one is most convenient or has the highest rate of return right now. (Do check though, many CDs or Bonds have a $1000 minimum investment, so if you're wanting to do $200 monthly make sure you can actually invest it!) Oh, and there's no such thing as "too young for bonds". Finances are personal. Make the decision that's right for you, given a 5-10year timeline bonds make a lot of sense. To answer your specific questions... * Treasury Bonds aren't "better" than Corporate, they have a hair more risk with a hair more reward. If you're looking at AAA Bonds these are considered incredibly secure. * Typically longer-term bonds have higher rates. Right now things are funny b/c rates got hiked up high. If rates go down, then you'll wish youd bought long term bonds. If rates go up, you'll wish you'd stuck with short term bonds so you can buy new ones at a higher rate. * SCHD just focuses on dividends. In other words, the goal is stable companies that pay out earning to shareholders instead of trying to increase in value. So you get paid to hold SCHD essentially. * I would absolutely avoid VGT if you hate risk. It may end up being a great investment, but tech is notoriously high-risk. Best of luck, and don't forget to do your own research!

r/investingSee Comment

I was looking into saving on a 5-10 year timeline myself. In my case, I want to buy my next car in cash, and I didn't want anything super risky. I decided to put a little money in VOO every month, and if the market swings downward when I want to buy, I'll just have to wait. I have confidence that the US Market will always recover, but it'll mean me being patient. Ya gotta understand something though... ETFs aren't immune to huge market swings. If you can't stand the thought of a 50% downswing, I wouldn't buy volatile investments. The real risk isn't it going down, it's you selling before things recover! It sounds like the best options for you are Bonds, CDs, US Treasuries, or a HYSA. I'd just pick whichever one is most convenient or has the highest rate of return right now. (Do check though, many CDs or Bonds have a $1000 minimum investment, so if you're wanting to do $200 monthly make sure you can actually invest it!) Oh, and there's no such thing as "too young for bonds". Finances are personal. Make the decision that's right for you, given a 5-10year timeline bonds make a lot of sense. To answer your specific questions... * Treasury Bonds aren't "better" than Corporate, they have a hair more risk with a hair more reward. If you're looking at AAA Bonds these are considered incredibly secure. * Typically longer-term bonds have higher rates. Right now things are funny b/c rates got hiked up high. If rates go down, then you'll wish youd bought long term bonds. If rates go up, you'll wish you'd stuck with short term bonds so you can buy new ones at a higher rate. * SCHD just focuses on dividends. In other words, the goal is stable companies that pay out earning to shareholders instead of trying to increase in value. So you get paid to hold SCHD essentially. * I would absolutely avoid VGT if you hate risk. It may end up being a great investment, but tech is notoriously high-risk. Best of luck, and don't forget to do your own research!

r/stocksSee Comment

Yep, that's definitely possible. But the reality is the US is far worse off financially now than in the 2008 financial crisis. With the real economy performing strongly, the US debt should be declining, but it's not. In fact, the US debt is starting to increase exponentially. Heck, even the Fed is losing money for the first time... **Now even the Federal Reserve is actually losing money** In a stunning turn of event, the Federal Reserve is now experiencing losses. As of the end of July 2023, the Federal Reserve reported that it had accumulated operating losses of $83 billion. The Federal Reserve’s aggressive campaign to prop up the financial markets has led to these losses. These losses are due to the Federal Reserve’s overly accommodative monetary policy, and the interest costs associated with its efforts to bailout the US financial markets. The Federal Reserve accounts for its losses with an accounting measure it calls a deferred asset. The size of that shortfall now stands at nearly $6.3 billion year-to-date. The deferred asset account is likely to peak in the zone of $100-200 billion, and will likely take 3-4 years to recover. Since the end of World War II until 2021, the Federal Reserve never experienced any operating losses. Jerome Powell is the first Fed Chairman to preside over an operating loss by the Fed. The Federal Reserve’s losses are expected to continue into the future. The Federal Reserve Board’s own estimates suggest that its cumulative operating losses could approach $200 billion by 2026. Moreover, the Fed projects that it may not resume making any operating profits until 2030 or later. So, not only is the Fed losing money for the first time, those losses will increase, and some observers believe the Fed’s losses could eventually as much as double before abating. William English, a former top central bank staffer now at Yale University, sees a “peak” loss of around $200 billion or higher by 2025. Meanwhile, Derek Tang of forecasting firm LH Meyer said the Fed’s loss is likely to hit $200 billion by the end of this year. **The National Debt Just Hit $34 Trillion** As of the latest available data, the U.S. national debt has surpassed $34 trillion. This is a record high and represents the total amount of outstanding borrowing by the U.S. Federal Government accumulated over the nation’s history. The world's largest economy is piling on more debt, with no end in sight as the stakes get higher, as the government continues to borrow to repay its ever growing debts. In the last century, the U.S. federal debt has risen from an inflation-adjusted $403 billion in 1923 to $33.17 trillion in 2023. The U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio surpassed 100% in 2013, and as of the third quarter of 2023, the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio was approximately 120.13%, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, labeled the record debt as a disheartening “achievement.” Despite economic strength and low unemployment, the growth of the national debt is alarmingly escalating. The growing national debt is spiking, in spite of a strong economy, and this is defying conventional fiscal wisdom. Based on conventional fiscal wisdom, this growth in national debt should be impossible during favorable economic conditions. The U.S. credit rating was downgraded by Fitch Ratings, one of the major credit rating agencies, in August 2023. The agency lowered the U.S. from the highest AAA classification to the notch lower AA+ rating. The downgrade was attributed to a “steady deterioration in standards of governance” in recent decades on fiscal and debt matters, among other issues. The situation should be closely monitored.

Mentions:#LH#AAA#AA
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I’m pretty sure they can could churn out garbage and slap the Mickey seal of approval on it answer the masses will eat it up Hollywood in general, AAA video games, etc have all become lazy and started churning out garbage over the last several years but people repeatedly run out to buy it because it saysCall of Duty” in the title or whatever

Mentions:#AAA

what did they expect? AAA battery pack?

Mentions:#AAA
r/investingSee Comment

Yeah the way they set up a bond ladder is typically like 5 year maturities and as the 1 year matures they get rolled into a new 5 year bond at prevailing rates. For taxable bond ladders not sure exactly but money market is still close to 5% so 5 year bonds should still pay close to or over that rate. Only thing maybe they are in AAA bonds and treasuries so the yield is lower? Personally if you are younger I'd split this up into some portion of bonds and stocks to give you a better return. But sounds like this might have been an inheritance and designed to supplement your future wages. So in some way it makes sense if it's entirely income generating assets. For taxable vs tax free, you can do the math yourself it's easy to determine the tax equivalent based on your tax bracket if it's very low then taxable might make more sense. Overall bond rates move just as money market rates do too. You can lock in 5 years now but if the market anticipates lower rates over next 5 years, the bond offering won't be 5% for 5 years it'll be closer to 3 or 4% for example. Just as the money market at 5% today could be 2 or 3% in a few years. The bond kind of prices that in over time so that might be the difference if you are just comparing today's rate of money market, the bond rate today for a 5 year would be lower.

Mentions:#AAA
r/stocksSee Comment

How long do you play them for? For some steam games I install, play for a bit then shortly uninstall. Even for AAA games I’ll uninstall them once I finish them. Maybe I’m impatient or the love for games isn’t there. The side quests in assassins creed help provide more value but after you finish the game there isn’t much else to do

Mentions:#AAA
r/stocksSee Comment

Nobody is excited for the new assassins creed formula of being in a hub and pay to play cause it will likely be mtx ridden. Xdefiant has also been in developmental hell with bad testings so far. And where is that Division FTP game announced years ago? Noone is excited for outlaws cause it's single player and brings nothing interesting to the table like EAs SW games. Avatar was nothing new - same formula minus features not adding features. Same with fc6. Mirage is fine but not a AAA game, that won't bolster anything. They used to pump out these .5 games like crazy now they try to use it prop up their name. Nono. And mobile versions of games....ugh. sadly will be most profitable which means customer base will rage. They're in a bad place of not listening to fans. The announced is ghost recon is rumored to be in first person. First person! Ghost recon! Makes no sense. People want third person tactical militaristic shooter. Out the window.

Mentions:#AAA
r/stocksSee Comment

They ‘produce’ shovelware with core elements behind pay walls that make their product so full of holes that it’s not functional as a AAA game. The underlying devs are likely doing excellent work, but the Ubisoft publisher ‘demands’ are undermining success by being too greedy. Their DRM software has made some titles in recent memory unplayable. Read that again, UNPLAYABLE. Like, it’s not whether you enjoy it or not, you literally cannot form an opinion on it. For a company selling products and services, unplayable is not going to be a profitable venture. Ubisoft are trying the art of ‘EA’ and failing miserably.

Mentions:#AAA#EA
r/stocksSee Comment

Most of the games you mentioned won't be good. Ubisoft puts our half baked micro transaction stores with a game attached now days. Prince of Persia was a decent game but nobody is paying $50 or whatever for a 2 D side scroller in 2024. These AAA gaming companies are too focused on DEI and pleasing shareholders, they can't keep up with independent developers with significantly lower overhead. Small teams or even solo developers are making amazing quality games these days

Mentions:#AAA#DEI
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

Yeah but they have insurance and a AAA rating for their underlying securities

Mentions:#AAA
r/investingSee Comment

> we don't know how much the remainder of her portfolio We have an idea OP listed JAAA for example: “ OBJECTIVE: Janus Henderson AAA CLO ETF (JAAA) seeks capital preservation”. If a small reasonable proportion is in a S&P 500 company, then the “widow” is safe.

Mentions:#JAAA#AAA
r/optionsSee Comment

Since november I have also had amazing returns even with AAA treasurys I managed to get more than 1% weekly on avarage. But I am aware that that works for now as we approach lower rates, but if the rates are really down it will not work because my risk lies in the rates going up

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

How is it a AAA tow driver can unlock a tesla yet these "rescuers" could not, I know as I've watched a AAA service tech unlock a tesla last week after the owner left her card and phone inside.

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

It's not some crazy "reinforced" glass. It's dual-pane laminate glass, which is used by [many](https://www.aaa.com/AAA/common/AAR/files/Laminated-Glass-Vehicle-List.pdf) manufacturers. Not saying it's a good thing, but the "Tesla bad" is getting tiresome.

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

“Tests conducted by the American Automobile Association (AAA) show the Model X's glass is nearly impossible to break underwater.” Well that’s obviously not true.

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

> Attempts to break into the vehicle were ineffective due to the reinforced glass in the Model X's windows and sunroof. Tests conducted by the American Automobile Association (AAA) show the Model X's glass is nearly impossible to break underwater.

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

The article specifically states that this is a known issue with this model... "Tests conducted by the American Automobile Association (AAA) show the Model X's glass is nearly impossible to break underwater."

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

TONS of cars. Even the Chevy Suburban. Here's a list: https://www.aaa.com/AAA/common/AAR/files/Laminated-Glass-Vehicle-List.pdf

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

>Tests conducted by the American Automobile Association (AAA) show the Model X's glass is nearly impossible to break underwater. regulations are written in blood. I'm surprised that this is allowed if it's a known problem, or that fact that the emergency release of the doors is apparently so difficult and unknown.

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

Mentions:#AA#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

Reposting this every few days so some of you poor souls will get saved: March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

Mentions:#AA#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

Buy the dip Thursday morning before Powell speaks you regards. I'm also going to keep reposting this, even on a red day: March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

Mentions:#AA#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

time.to.go.get.the.jenga.blocks.....AAA,BBB

Mentions:#AAA
r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

Everything that is not AAA is worth 0, and if is AAA prolly be a scam

Mentions:#AAA