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If you look at the US and the Soviet Union and adjust for inflation,I believe it adjusts to modern day Trillions. for each country by themselves. Obviously, he has hired engineers to work on his projects. No one man could make the Rockets he has made by themself. But to suggest that he just paid smart people to make Rocket go brrrrr is so ridiculous and really the attitude of the man worst kind of middle management I experience at my job as a Front End Engineer. Elon understands engineering and specifically mechanical engineering to an absurd degree. It’s why he can manage and administer these large scale projects that coordinate the work of specialized engineers to all line up and sync with each other. He introduced a weird style of AB testing to projects, much like coding, with debugging, that was wildly different than what any other country’s space program did.
he's a fake dentist . The photo of his office is from a dental clinic in mumbai [https://5.imimg.com/data5/SELLER/Default/2020/8/AB/MX/GC/43575507/dental-clinic-interior-designing-services-1000x1000.jpg](https://5.imimg.com/data5/SELLER/Default/2020/8/AB/MX/GC/43575507/dental-clinic-interior-designing-services-1000x1000.jpg) Growmore Interiors Chembur East, Mumbai
Contributions should have a capital adjustment for proper returns. I work in operations at AB and the value of your account increasing, because you wire new money into the account, should not / does not count towards your performance returns. Your MV obviously increases by the amount of money you sent in, but not because of anything we did as your manager. Therefore that money you sent in is offset with a capital adjustment so it’s not counted as part of the return.
$TSLA China reportedly in talks to extend EV production subsidies - AB Subsidies have been available for cars made by all automakers including non-Chinese players like EV giant Tesla, which has a factory in Shanghai and is the only foreign automaker with a top-selling EV.
So do they use the same method of filtering bots out of adverts? Does twitter and Instagram have the same capacity to identify bots as each other? Do they have the same strategy regarding bots and advertisement management? Have you got access to AB testing of different bot percentages?
The recovery rate is very close to 100%. The recovery rate for standard 12 volt car batteries is also nearly 100%. Batteries from EVs are still valuable for energy storage projects for possibly decades after they're no longer useful in EVs. California [is studying the reusability and recycling of EV batteries](https://calepa.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/12/Final-Draft-Policy-Recommendations-Lithium-ion-Car-Battery-Recycling-Advisory-Group-AB-2832-As-of-12-13-21-for-public-comment.pdf) with policy expected to follow soon.
True. But not completely. Foreign investment in say BC led to overheated prices there which led to movement to GTA, which has always had a robust market in any case as Canada's financial capital, and as T.O. became overpruced for foreigners it expanded to other markets such as MTL which has historically been price depressed due to seperatism fears. In parallel oil patch economic rebound has led to rebounding house prices in AB after a short downturn. And also first generation Canadians that have good jobs and work remotrly moved to more rural areas to get away from crime foreigners high cost of living etc have led to a very broad increase across the country in house prices which in the past had been very localised in BC and southern Ontario.
From the link: Speqta AB (publ) offers performance-based platforms for lead generation and will grow organically and through acquisitions in new and existing markets. The company has two business areas. Speqta AdTech helps e-merchants get traffic through the AI-based SaaS service Bidbrain.com and the Shopello Shopping network.
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or Bro above isn't dumb af at all. You missed his point. Yes, AB-InBev is a Belgian company--became that after InBev bought Anheuser Busch. That doesn't matter because none of those 25 beers in that wiki page are German brands that are big in Germany. Come join me in MUnich this Oktoberfest and I can show you good beer. None of which are made by AB-InBev
Ok, so the FCF is after interest payments already. so if the company A made 100 of ebitda, 20 of taxes and 20 of interest payments and 20 of capex, your FCF is 40. The same company B with no debt, will be 100 of ebidta, 20 of taxes, 0 of interest, and 20 of capex, your FCF is 60. by doing your dcf, you are already getting a lower valuation for A due to interest payments, (or higher valuation if its net cash and interest income). ​ ​ \-in theory the 2 companies should have the same valuation in terms of FCF. A discount for the indebted company is warranted on the P/FCF if the debt is so high that it puts the company at risk of default or at a disadvantage for growth investments. Or that the sector is cyclical and the debt can put the company at risk A lot of the market likes to value the companies on a EV/ebitda multiple which you can get the highly indebted company at a discount, which will disappear as the debt disappears. There comes opportunity if the business is solid. (AB inbev comes to mind)
Due to others pointing out how the dividend is paid out I moved my shares out of $NLY and $NRZ today. I added more to my $O and $DIS positions and picked up some $SUI. I’ll likely sell the $DIS in a couple weeks/months after it rises as I’m expecting and put it into $EPD, $AB or $OKE. I did pull a nice profit on $NRZ though, but that was primarily due to the jump today. But I’ve decided to drop MREITs, so it had to go too.
Altria, Phillip Morris, Glock, AB InBev, etc. Sin stocks, I guess they're normally called. Suicides, alcohol abuse, etc., go up in recessions. Tounge-in-cheek on my part, but there's a reason why these are (not altogether correctly, but nonetheless) are considered recession proof stocks.
Hey is usually caused by the Hep virus you know, Hep A, Hep B, and Hep non-AB otherwise known as Hep c nowadays when it was yep you guessed it caused by an unknown origin. It's most likely a mutated form that we haven't identified yet...like they said. Also..."UK officials said there was “no link” between the cases and the Covid-19 vaccine, because none of the children affected by hepatitis had received a jab"
New construction had been dropping long before Paul Volcker was appointed Fed Chair in 1981. Peak building activity was in December of 1978, as your chart points out. Housing starts bottomed in June of 1982 and then spiked at the end of the 1982 recession to almost double the recession low. Builders and construction workers were SLAMMED for the next eight years...**all during a time when an 11% 30-year fixed rate mortgage was seen as a BARGAIN**. Housing new construction would not return to the 1982 lows until after the 90-91 recession. So, to summarize, AB SO FUCKING LUTELY, Yes, I believe people will continue to remodel and build new homes, and the history supports that expectation.
My understanding is it's a cyclical industry. [source](https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.regions.com/-/media/pdfs/AssetManagement-The-Semiconductor-Cycle.pdf%3Frevision%3D1da76437-de80-4ebd-96f3-dc8ab8257328%26la%3Den%26hash%3D414BE463A90E72789127F9AB4D334AAA%23:~:text%3DSemiconductors%2520have%2520a%2520relatively%2520short,higher%2520prices%2520and%2520revenue%2520growth.&ved=2ahUKEwiJv_SWsMz2AhXYjIkEHZLuBTwQFnoECCEQBg&usg=AOvVaw0kJLVXh6fNikcZ392xLQaF)
Never got my trog identies down and they were ignored until late Calc 2 theoretical math BS. I got a C my first time. No prob. Except they made it a C+ or bettwr for Maths in engineering. Well..fuck. my.friends all abrelt passed last semester(year) and their fine. Retook it next semester and got a C-....well fuck So paid out of pocket and took a summer course. Ended with a 64% and class average was 43%.. D....fuck me. Professor said "i dont curve grades you get what you get. Well 2 people passed the class smh. So my AB, couple C transcript got decimated by the D and Cs and i wasnt abkento take calc again for 2 semesters. Every single class i needed for my civil degree was locked behind Calc 2 and the advisor moced to florida without tellign anyone and it took awhile to find a replacement who could ovveride. By that time it was summer and i was fucked. Didnt finish the Marketing classes because of retaking Prof Dev 1 again and needing 24 shadowing hours...i worked full time while taking 18-21 credit hours...wasnt happening. Such a shame and stupid reason to not have a degree.
Solar is the fastest growing Energy sector before the war. Now, is absolutely exploding... Excerpt from Article: "European companies are rushing to get solar panels installed on the roofs and open spaces around their businesses to offset their exposure to the latest surge in natural gas and power prices since Russia invaded Ukraine. Building some solar power generation is a relatively quick fix for soaring power bills, with installations taking less than a year. That means new panels could help reduce Europe’s most energy-intensive businesses from natural gas prices that have roughly tripled in the last three weeks. That surge has sent customers flocking to call Harald Overholm, chief executive officer at Alight AB, a Stockholm-based company that builds and operates solar farms on-site for companies and then sells the power to them at fixed prices on 10 to 20 year contracts. Alight’s pipeline of sales has boomed to nearly 500 megawatts, up from about 170 megawatts just a few weeks ago. “It’s insane what’s happening right now,” Overholm said in an interview. “They’re panicking about power prices.” Solar arrays at European businesses are set to jump by about 15% in Europe this year compared to 2021, according to data from BloombergNEF. On-site solar arrays likely won’t cover all of a company’s energy demand, but they can get through the planning phase and construction in as little as nine months, according to Overholm. And speed is of the utmost importance for customers who can’t get relief from rising prices quickly enough. “People want it tomorrow,” he said. While demand for corporate power purchase agreements has mostly come from tech companies like Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc., those deals are typically to buy power from massive arrays of solar panels and wind turbines far from the site of consumption that would often require years of work to get approvals from local authorities and permission to connect to the electric grid. Overholm says demand for the smaller, on-site solar plans he offers is coming from industrial clients like cement and paper producers. Clients with lots of sites so that even if the size of each solar array is limited, they can add up to reduce a significant amount of demand" https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-03-08/energy-crunch-spurs-insane-rush-for-industrial-rooftop-solar
Read this, and tell me if you can Comprehend it? Energy Crunch Spurs ‘Insane’ Rush for Industrial Rooftop Solar Excerpt from Article: "European companies are rushing to get solar panels installed on the roofs and open spaces around their businesses to offset their exposure to the latest surge in natural gas and power prices since Russia invaded Ukraine. Building some solar power generation is a relatively quick fix for soaring power bills, with installations taking less than a year. That means new panels could help reduce Europe’s most energy-intensive businesses from natural gas prices that have roughly tripled in the last three weeks. That surge has sent customers flocking to call Harald Overholm, chief executive officer at Alight AB, a Stockholm-based company that builds and operates solar farms on-site for companies and then sells the power to them at fixed prices on 10 to 20 year contracts. Alight’s pipeline of sales has boomed to nearly 500 megawatts, up from about 170 megawatts just a few weeks ago. “It’s insane what’s happening right now,” Overholm said in an interview. “They’re panicking about power prices.” Solar arrays at European businesses are set to jump by about 15% in Europe this year compared to 2021, according to data from BloombergNEF. On-site solar arrays likely won’t cover all of a company’s energy demand, but they can get through the planning phase and construction in as little as nine months, according to Overholm. And speed is of the utmost importance for customers who can’t get relief from rising prices quickly enough. “People want it tomorrow,” he said. While demand for corporate power purchase agreements has mostly come from tech companies like Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc., those deals are typically to buy power from massive arrays of solar panels and wind turbines far from the site of consumption that would often require years of work to get approvals from local authorities and permission to connect to the electric grid. Overholm says demand for the smaller, on-site solar plans he offers is coming from industrial clients like cement and paper producers. Clients with lots of sites so that even if the size of each solar array is limited, they can add up to reduce a significant amount of demand" https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-03-08/energy-crunch-spurs-insane-rush-for-industrial-rooftop-solar
Rate me! Risk averse, DCAing over 24 months into: • IGUS - S&P 500 hedged GBP (I'm in the UK) • VHYG - All-World High Yield - less sensitive to fluctuations due to dividends • V3AB - Global All Cap - protects a little more against US collapse • BRKB - Berkshire Hathaway safe US value shares • Personal Pick (ie, AMZN) - my growth moonshot
Just curious. But where did you buy that class of the AB Discovery Value fund? That fund through a brokerage will normally have a minimum initial investment and a minimum additional investment. The minimum investment amount is to partially avoid the situation that you ran into.
I’m down only a few percent points but that’s sort of meaningless because I took out a huge amount of money on a whim the first week of January to buy a house and then ended up not buying one and then put money in the week before news of the war started. So I missed more losses because of that Stocks doing fine are AEP, SO, TD, BNS, ORI…. One’s doing blah are industrial ones like HON, CMI but I bought them low so I don’t freak out if they drop some BLk is my worst performer, my price is basically 800 and it’s now like 695. I am down 3000 total and that’s the most loss I’ve ever had And then I’ve been swing trading some things like AB and JNJ so I honestly don’t even look at long term charts on them
My figure was slightly off. "Our beer portfolio and footprint are like no other— we sell one out of every four beers in the world and account for a third of the global beer profit pool." Source: [https://www.ab-inbev.com/assets/pdfs/AB%20InBev%20-%202021%20Annual%20Report\_FINAL.pdf](https://www.ab-inbev.com/assets/pdfs/AB%20InBev%20-%202021%20Annual%20Report_FINAL.pdf) I'm not sure why you're coming out like I'm an idiot or something. BUD is not Anheuser Busch, it's AB Inbev, which includes 3 major breweries (Anheuser Busch, Ambev, and Interbrew). It trades under ticker ABI in Brussels. I'm not sure how much Budweiser they sell around the world, but their portfolio is extensive and includes Corona, Stella Artois, Pacífico, Beck's, etc. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AB\_InBev\_brands](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AB_InBev_brands)
The disaster they had with over-producing and having to scrap inventory makes me very leery of their management. I also personally dislike Truly and anecdotally it seems most others prefer the other brands. AB is the best positioned to bring out new products to market quickly, so they can follow trends to capture the zeitgeist as they have done well with Bud Light Seltzer.
BUD is getting oversold - both Budweiser and Bud Light do not have wheat as an ingredient. Yes there’s many beers under AB InBev that do, but those represent a declining percentage of revenue thanks to the seltzer and alt-beverage trend. They can continue to pivot in that direction, because guess what: if there’s no wheat-based beers for people to drink, they’ll just drink something else that AB InBev likely sells.
ya most of it by rail. Fuckin travesty that we have to buy oil from foreigners when our own country has enough for us. Have u every taken a train across Canada? the amount of trains hauling oil/gaz by rail is astonishing. Instead of building a pipeline from AB to Qc, we rather transport it by rail (and have Lac-Magantic disasters) or buy it from the states
This is still an investment subreddit... Tobacco kills half a million people a year yet there is no problem with discussing Philip Morris? 3 million people die yearly from alcohol abuse but no issue with AB Inbev? On topic; I won't touch it, too risk averse profile for it but I am sure you can find some deep value in there long-term.
Fuck you, inbred. This account only has one NON MONETIZED video and the licensing is already linked through Youtube. had you taken the time to ask one of your literate friends to read it to you: Licensed to YouTube by UMG, The Orchard Music (on behalf of Geffen\*); Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor, LatinAutorPerf, ASCAP, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor - SonyATV, Forward Music Publishing Co., Ltd., Polaris Hub AB, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Wixen Music Publishing, Inc., and 15 Music Rights Societies
Thanks, I'll have a look at that, but I'm pretty sure I've seen it before. :) This is something I've been tracking closer to home for a while now, one of the rather hopeful ideas to help deal with the thousands of abandoned O&G wells in Alberta has been to do small scale geothermal / gas generation for hydroponics operations. One potential show stopper there is the amount of sour gas in AB that would cause safety issues for workers on these proposed sites.. But if you wanted to do geothermal for power generation in the majority of Canada it would require comically deep holes in the ground. We're so much better off with above ground options for power, it's not like we don't have the thousands of miles of coastline or wide, empty space to put the stuff. I'm 95% sure we've done the math on power generation around here and it's been a loser every time. :( The reason I was interested in the industrial agriculture angle is because food security in the north is a huge issue we don't really want to talk too much about too much; we have very limited capacity to supply the our vegetable consumption locally so anything that fucks up global food supply and logistics would be a blow to our quality of life and to public health. it's not like we don't have the resources or technical capacity to tackle problems like this, it's just cheaper to (literally) farm the labour out to migrant workers in California or in banana republics and let them sweat it out in the sun. It would be nice if we were trying to attract the expertise of these workers to Canada to help us develop a sustainable, local food system that could help keep us going through whatever climate change drops on our doorstep in the next 15-30 years - but what are the chances of that over us just funding a bunch of white collar workers to start up disruptive Ag businesses...
You're 100% correct. So just my 2 cents, but the Feds purchasing it was a dumb move, the pipeline could have been built privately without Federal involvement/investment. The issue was the interprovincial debate over it (BC no AB Yes) whose jurisdiction then fell to the feds. It is/was a critical piece of infrastructure that needs to be built to meet Canada's current production to sell at full price. I view it kinda like buying flowers for your mother in law on Mothers day. You don't really want to buy know you have to.
Which Russian doorstep has nat troops? The 3000 AB troops from the US in Lithuania? Or are we complaining about the armored brigades in Poland, a full nato member which shares no border with Russia proper, only kaliningrad? Or were you counting Ukraine as Russian territory already?
SBEV is squeezing on low volume (nearly no shares left to borrow and 100% borrow fee) They have been announcing new distribution deals every week since their big deal with AB ONE. Soon their Tapout excersize drink will be on every shelf accross America and smart money is buying up the float. I expect it to go to $20+ in the short-medium term. Their CEO is the same guy that took Redbull to $1.65 Billion in annual sales.
Cannabis (especially in our Instagram age) is a cult of the new, there is zero brand loyalty compared to alcohol/tobacco as the bulk of consumers are always looking for the new hotness. There won't be an AB-InBev equivalent in cannabis. The culture simply doesn't support that model.
This is direct. BSIG is considered to be less accurate over longer timeframes but I did take it into account when I worked out the averages. And yes atmospheric is included! Thanks for asking. I didn't realise there were other AB analysts here!