/r/elonmusk/comments/yy0r03/reporter_outlines_elon_musks_history_showing_he/ Apparently not. A BA in Physics maybe (nothing wrong with BA vs BS).. but his story about it is really weird for an undergraduate degree (claiming he was allowed into the program under the tutelage of a specific professor), his transcript doesn't actually say he has a physics degree directly (probably because it was a double major?).. oh, and he's an illegal alien.
BA proposed to strap a JDAM to old russian rockets to allow Ukraine to get accurate weapons with 100 miles range in large quantities for cheap. It's going to be a big deal if it's happen not necessarily for the war but for Boeing. Lockheed Martin is not going to be happy.
>Where do you get this concept of free speech kit being the same as the First Amendment lol? Please reference something showing the difference because in literally every conversation I’ve ever had, when I say free speech, we’re talking about 1st amendment rights. Your whole 1st point is just weird and nitpicky. It would be better if you tried having an honest conversation instead of making up obscure terms. Please link something. Just because you're ignorant doesn't mean it's not real, it has a long history and it's embarassing you're legitimately this ignorant. Theirs hundreds of examples I could give; if you have a policy or a work culture that promotes "free speech" you're not affording them a right that would be otherwise be violated if you didn't, it's just a concept you believe in and support, a company can choose to support free speech or they can choose not to. If you really are under the impression that they're the same exact thing then how would that even work? How does one "support" or "permit" free speech on their platform if it's only a legal documentation? How does one permit free speech if the 1A only talks about the government limiting your speech when that corporation isn't a government? In that case they've neither permitted it or denied it. The first amendment is free speech but free speech is not only the first amendment - the former requires the latter to work while the latter does not require the former. It was a philosophical concept long before it was a law. I support and believe in free speech, period. >2. How is it authoritarian if the consequences don’t involve government, as I clearly stated? Please elaborate Because multiple definitions don't require authoritarian behavior to come from a government for it to be authoritarian, it's a behavioral term as much as it is a political one. Stupid question Its authoritarian rationalism to censor people, meaning people use that phrase to justify censoring opinions, views, beliefs (any other synonym) they don't agree with. People with the characteristics of an authoritarian often want to impose their beliefs on others which means squashing those with dissenting views and locking people in echo chambers, they don't support challenging ideas or open dialogue. >3. The government is allowed to “call on companies” to do anything. Until the government enforces what it is calling on by law, by punishing companies/ceos with criminal punishments, it’s still ultimately up to the companies. If you have any links or evidence of a company being penalized by law for not abiding by a misinformation policy or freedom of speech policy, please link. Those tax breaks sure are nice :) it's also so lovely how the White House / BA is saying they're keeping a close eye on Twitter / Elon and got the DOJ to investigate the deal to hopefully cancel it (which they have the power to do even after its closed). Look at the target on him simply for not following their rules - and look at the benefits for following them. But theirs a difference between intimidation, coercion and forcing right?
Geez us I didn't think asking a simple question such a hey I got 50 bucks a month I want to play with? What companies look interesting. Then I would have looked at the company. All of a sudden. Some of you with your BA 2 plus got its panties in a bunch. Geez us. Relax put your pentel mechanical pencil down and breathe.
>No, it's March CPI...although the number will be seen in April. > >The question unless you believe some .1's/.2's MoM can be mixed in at this point is if you believe the Fed is truly insistent on getting to 2% CPI. > >Because I'm really not sure getting to 3-4% is going to be that difficult: https://twitter.com/bespokeinvest/status/1590706283853672448 > >If you believe the Fed is truly insistent here, then uhhh...the Dow in particular has absolutely no business being within 10% of its ATH (it has some "safe" stocks, sure, but WTF is CAT/HON/BA doing with them looking as good as they are) and what bonds look like is correct IMO, even if the Fed temporarily shakes things up with their mouth/SEP next month. ...... I already did the math that the reported number would be in April. Like I said. (I.e. representing March). [https://www.bea.gov/data/personal-consumption-expenditures-price-index-excluding-food-and-energy](https://www.bea.gov/data/personal-consumption-expenditures-price-index-excluding-food-and-energy) The Feds preferred measure of inflation is core PCE. Which has not declined at all since the summer. Absent fuel and food, consumer trends show inflation still running red hot in September. October about to be reported.
No, it's March CPI...although the number will be seen in April. The question unless you believe some .1's/.2's MoM can be mixed in at this point is if you believe the Fed is truly insistent on getting to 2% CPI. Because I'm really not sure getting to 3-4% is going to be that difficult: https://twitter.com/bespokeinvest/status/1590706283853672448 If you believe the Fed is truly insistent here, then uhhh...the Dow in particular has absolutely no business being within 10% of its ATH (it has some "safe" stocks, sure, but WTF is CAT/HON/BA doing with them looking as good as they are) and what bonds look like is correct IMO, even if the Fed temporarily shakes things up with their mouth.
Yeah, it was baseless which is why CZ turned off replies when he posted and then deleted 30 mins later before even talking to BA. CEO for the largest exchange in the world can’t read simple numbers? Lmao. CZ’a behavior makes me question if the Binance house of cards on tether is going to fall. SBF did the same bullshit talking about other companies before he went under. Fact is crypto is in a deep winter. Any company that is promising all types of funding for various things (cough FTX and Binance Cough) makes me question their reserves.
From your study: "Previous infection alone, BNT162b2 vaccination alone, and hybrid immunity all showed strong effectiveness (>70%) against severe, critical, or fatal Covid-19 due to BA.2 infection. Similar results were observed in analyses of effectiveness against BA.1 infection and of vaccination with mRNA-1273." My point being, previous infection shows strong effectiveness against severe, fatal or critical infection. This was something that people who said these facts would have been and still are gaslit into believing they are conspiracy theorists, banned off all social media platforms, fired for non compliance, etc. It's ludicrous. Yes, by your studys results, you can slightly increase the overall effectiveness by continuing to get more and more nonstop boosters for it but when are we going to start studying the effects of doing that? Do you honestly believe nonstop booster shots is a viable answer and that noone should be able to question the validity of that conclusion? That may be cool for you but that's not cool with me and its not cool for alot of other people either (many of us having already gotten two shots we were assured would actually fix the problem and end the madness). Enough is enough.
BA.5 has just about run its course in the United States. It is being outcompeted/replaced by BQ.1 and BQ.1.1. Each is marginally more immune evasive than the previous iteration, allowing it to become dominant, but as of yet none display superior virulence. Use this site to track US variants: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#variant-proportions
The white house, the CDC, and the WHO have made major mistakes that have crippled people's trust in them sadly. Not saying the virus was airborne from the beginning was a massive mistake that probably costed the lives of many and continues to as many people at home don't know what airborne truly means. Why this mistake was made was crazy to me. We learned about it in my virology/immunology class. [Here's a great article on it.](https://www.wired.com/story/the-teeny-tiny-scientific-screwup-that-helped-covid-kill/?utm_source=pocket-newtab) That covers it pretty well from beginning to present day. Pfizer imo is sketch given some of their practices in developing the vaccine have been quite lazy, hence why I have got the moderna vaccines and trust them more. Pfizer did test the recent vaccine in people btw. The notion that they only tested it on mice is wrong, which I had to learn about from digging into it. The human trials were small and were specific to the BA4 & BA5 variants. Not the current variants circulating. But the researchers said the mutations did not vary too heavily and that the bivalent vax will provide better protection for the newer variants. The verdict is still out on this, and we wont fully know until the end of this tripledemic wave. But data is showing good signs that the new vax is indeed providing better protect when compared to the original formula thankfully. I could sympathize for the vax cautious in the beginning, but as time went on, I lost it for them. Again, the notion that the mRNA vaccines happened in 3 months is ridiculous. This tech has been in the works for fucking decades. This is just the moment in time when it received a mountain of funding, scientific man power, and sufficient patients to participate in trials. They also accelerated the trials. Given this perfect mix, you can see how we quickly produced it. And although it differs in that it uses mRNA, the same idea of creating immunity exists. You introduce the body to either a component of the virus or disabled virus, and have the body create memory b and t cells to fight off the real virus in the future. I will agree that we do need skepticism. 100% we do. But it needs to be guided by the principles of science when dealing with scientific matters. For example, the vaccine is causing long covid in a small subset of people. Also mymyocarditis. Is this because the vaccine is the issue? Or is something else is at play? We don't know but it is something we need to address and understand. Things that could explain it are viral persistence of covid from asymptomatic infections that never went a away, auto-immunity triggered by the vaccuine (normal virus would have triggered it too), or maybe the body has issues specifically with the protein covid has and that is used in mRNA. No one knows, but again, we rely on studies and the data behind them to guide us. Putting this all together, the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh the negatives. Unless you have severe allergic reactions to the vaccine (epileptic seizures or shock), you should take it. Everyone should. But this overwhelming push against the vaccine is not right. There must be a healthy dialogue about everything.
Omicron BA.5 is drastically more contagious and less deadly than the original strains. The virus has evolved to the point where it's just endemic. This should no longer be considered a crisis (but everyone should still get vaccinated!). China will have to back down from these lockdowns soon. It's inevitable that Omicron will spread, and it's going to make their policies look like a failure.
Bro he doesn't have a 1/100th of the engineering prowess of a Tony Stark-like character. For his academic achievements hes got like some random ass BA, but lied about it and said he did some shit with physics. His entire academic history is fraudulent. The guy has just been coasting on Blood Emerald fumes for like the past 20 years. He's got some coding chops if you look at his early work in Silicon Valley, but its nothing special. The guy is a fraudster. He's been sniffing his own farts for like a decade.
PM here. You don't get overtime on shifts over 8 or over 40st for the week? You don't get overtime on Saturdays? You don't get double-time on Sundays and holidays? If not, I'd suggest you give your BA a call. You think every project is going to last forever on a sub's dime? You get laid off when the funding ends and/or the project ends. Anyone with any union experience knows this.
Interesting time to get interested. What's your tack? I've been sticking to a few good call stocks, blue chips, shorting anything has been like 50/50 for going positive and a net fuckery. I like XOM, I like BA, I like MOH. Every once in a while, a gambler's stock. Like PBR. I've got 12c 12/23 and 14c 1/20.
This is completely backwards. The only real reason to buy a put is to hedge another position like a spread or something g your are long on that are trying to protect from a major loss. You don’t buy puts to keep premiums. If you buy a put and the underlying increases in value your puts will decrease in value. You best option is probably to roll the put in hopes of being able to fight another day. Selling your underlying into this is like trying to short a stock that already went up. However, if you are dead set on this can you sell me 1000 shares of BA at $100? I would be happy your take your money bro. B
Why you defending democrats they all play the same game. https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/yziq8r/white_house_announces_13b_to_modernize_the_us/?%24deep_link=true&correlation_id=3e6d8cf8-796a-41bf-8dcc-0385cba8ec70&post_fullname=t3_yziq8r&post_index=2&ref=email_digest&ref_campaign=email_digest&ref_source=email&utm_content=post_title&utm_medium=Email+Amazon+SES&_branch_referrer=H4sIAAAAAAAAA22Q3U7DMAyFn6bcdd2ashWkCSEhXsNKE3e1lj8SR4M9Pe7G7pB8cfSdHB8rC3Mqr12X0VrijU5p4yicO5Xemn5Q6Yigy5PImOlEQTuo2R2XNdWo96b%2FlLlcLpu%2FvIleQF6hdq5wRuQJuQgQy2O4yZ8rfY23RwsxwhJrkZoQYg0GC%2BzUBBzBR4s50BWBF4S6BhslfYNFTLBe2agPzhWbfm9izug0UwxAVrjCvR3NPLaHl71uh900t6M1pt2q8dlMekRz2EouxcIwV%2BeC9riuU%2FA47u5RsPgtRi8g4ywKvSYHlk5Y%2BA7BaJ80ncL%2Fbok1G3x4Ait7MDGw%2FIbQWw0TO%2FwFfzDTjYwBAAA%3D&%243p=e_as&_branch_match_id=1105203102202342573
Boeing ( BA) (if only it can fly ) I Honestly believe the appreciation on this one is worth the wait. I would think when all things are done ! $ 250-300 in a year or 2 . Issues: China War China issues / the whole China-US Saga. The interest rates and inflation.
Hold BA. Don't listen to dgens, look whats its done in last month. Still got a lot of room to grown. Set a stop loss because it does fluctuate a lot. But its a solid company with a lot of fed contracts. They are a money maker even if lately that haven't been. They not going anywhere
US companies have all the resources and advantages to beat and compete with Chinese companies. From a massive global markets they in, to a pool of employees that graduate from some of the world's best universities. They definitely have the cash and profits, but like INTC and BA, they self destroyed their engineering advantages due to MBA ceo's that only cared about share price and there own personal wealth. I'd rather have competition, and no reason why American, European, Asian (non China) companies and governments cant compete with China. If Huawei takes over US infrastructure, it not due to a devious Chinese government, but short comings in US companies.
I have: NVDA @ 124, NET @ 48, BA @ 130, MSFT @ 235, SNAP @ 8, GOOGL @ 94, DIS @ 99, AMZN @ 105 Some entries are better than others but the past few days have me green on everything besides DIS / AMZN. It’s been a good week
So good I have put it in caps LETS GO BA THANKS FOR ALL YOUR KIND WORDS AND LETS KEEP POUNDING THEM $200-$250 calls JAN 23’s On top of that I like this article and the earnings on IBM are 3 days before expiration the Jan 23 calls $170 strike are $.09 gotta take a shot. I mean I’m not going to give you a long speech because I made good money the last earnings and the week after but she might know something https://www.datacenterknowledge.com/ibm/ibm-ceo-ginni-rometty-buys-about-3-million-company-stock
Some predictions for tomorrow… TQQQ up 7.47% ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276) BB up 3.83% GOOG up 4.21% BA up 2.87%