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OLB Group to Present at Emerging Growth Conference November 30 at 2:05 PM

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OLB Group to Present at Emerging Growth Conference November 30 at 2:05 PM

Risk of staking 3THereum on C0inbase?

Stocks rise as Fed minutes signal rate hike slowdown

Stocks rose, tsla soared, Dow climbed ahead of Fed minutes, jobless claims surged. What do you think?

All you need to know about 2022 World Cup, and World Cup stocks list

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Quick note: MMTLP doesnt even post open price until 9:45 ET, so MMAT isnt even a reflection yet.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

🕵️‍♂️ I SPY TA - Monday November 21, 2022 - More chop ahead as we wait for FOMC min. on Wed?

r/weedstocksSee Post

Tilray Brands AMA – November 23rd @6pm ET with CFO Carl Merton

r/investingSee Post

Why Berkshire Hathaway’s Latest Big Bet Is on a Taiwanese Chip Maker - Wall Street Journal

r/StockMarketSee Post

Elon Musk demands Twitter staff commit to ‘long hours’ or leave: Read the email

r/pennystocksSee Post

HSDT beats on earnings. call at 830 ET. also debt free with 16M on hand to fund all of 2023 operations. Don't sleep on hsdt. 🚀

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Why ContextLogic Stock Was Surging Earlier Today

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🕵️‍♂️ I SPY TA - Monday November 14, 2022 - Dip Incoming?

r/stocksSee Post

March 10, 2009: Powerful Rally Shakes Stocks Out of Slump Nasdaq Leaps 7.1%

r/pennystocksSee Post

$SOBR After Hours PR should give it some strong momentum at open. Looks to be going higher pre market.

r/StockMarketSee Post

$SOBR AH News got this one on the move..gapping and lots of room on the chart to run imo.. SOBRsafe to Present at the Sidoti

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

$VXRT Vaxart inc. DD short squeeze potential

r/pennystocksSee Post

$VXRT Vaxart inc. DD for today conference

r/StockMarketSee Post

$CTM Huge opportunity here!

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ATXI catalyst

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$SOBR Recent news coming in hot! Bounce back play of the week!

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🕵️‍♂️ I SPY TA - Monday November 07, 2022

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FUBO to pop tomorrow on rumour and possibly earnings.

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$SOBR News Points to continued growth

r/stocksSee Post

Stocks bounce as Fed delivers fourth 0.75% hike.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

FOMC Play

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AMD misses but still ekes out 29% revenue growth

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Job openings surged in September despite Fed efforts to cool labor market

r/optionsSee Post

0 DTE Long Call Spread on SPX

r/weedstocksSee Post

Village Farms International to Report Third Quarter 2022 Financial Results on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 at 7:00 a.m. ET: Conference Call to be Held Same Day at 8:30 a.m. ET

r/StockMarketSee Post

$APCX News last week could be a game changer!

r/pennystocksSee Post

$APCX News this week is a game changer!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Is $ET a good bet?

r/StockMarketSee Post

U.S. Stocks Climb on Better Than Expected Inflation Data

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U.S. Stock Futures Fall With Tech Selloff Set to Continue

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Apex Trader Funding Halloween Flash Sale

r/smallstreetbetsSee Post

Biotricity news out

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Biotricity has more news out .

r/optionsSee Post

SPX: Winning 0 DTE Scalp (Short Put Spread)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Biotricity is on the move , making more and more moves in the right direction

r/stocksSee Post

(TSX: CNR) (NYSE:CNI) Q3 Results Reflect Strong Top-Line Growth and Renewed Focus on Scheduled Operation

r/optionsSee Post

What's Your Go-To Options Trade?

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The clock is ticking for Elon Musk to buy Twitter — has until until 5 p.m. ET on Friday, October 28 to agree to a new deal or the case will resume in a five-day trial in November. Must will likely to sell anywhere from $5 billion to $10 billion in Tesla stock to help finance the deal.

The clock is ticking for Elon Musk to buy Twitter — has until until 5 p.m. ET on Friday, October 28 to agree to a new deal or the case will resume in a five-day trial in November. Must will likely to sell anywhere from $5 billion to $10 billion in Tesla stock to help finance the deal.

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Clock ticking for Elon Musk to buy Twitter — has until until 5 pm ET on Fri Oct 28 to agree to a new deal or the case will resume in Nov

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The clock is ticking for Elon Musk to buy Twitter — has until until 5 p.m. ET on Friday, October 28 to agree to a new deal or the case will resume in a five-day trial in November. Must will likely to sell anywhere from $5 billion to $10 billion in Tesla stock to help finance the deal.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Pain or Opportunities Ahead?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Flash Alpha: Pain or Opportunities Ahead?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

SPX, PUT, WPUT...or, how crayon eating traders changed the SPX options markets

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

SPX. PU, WPUT: Crayon eating traders changed the weekly vs. monthly options markets

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🕵️‍♂️ I SPY TA - Monday October 24, 2022 - 0DTE Scalpers Delight

r/optionsSee Post

How I Arbitrate Volatility Through Earnings

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Story about Wall Street Bets and YOLOing Options

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Highest Ever MMTLP Short Borrow Fee 33.5% - Shorts have also borrowed 12.3 Million shares today 10/17/22 by 11:30:03 AM ET

r/stocksSee Post

The Regulators of Facebook, Google and Amazon Also Invest in the Companies’ Stocks

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Consumer inflation expected to have run hot in September, boosted by rent

r/investingSee Post

Bank of England's Bailey to Pension Funds: 'You've Got Three Days Left; You've Got to Get This Done' -WSJIndustry News

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Bank of England's Bailey to Pension Funds: 'You've Got Three Days Left; You've Got to Get This Done' -WSJ

r/pennystocksSee Post

International Land Alliance Engages RedChip Companies to Lead Investor Relations Efforts

r/stocksSee Post

Judge delays Twitter's lawsuit against Elon Musk, gives billionaire more time to buy company

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

NIO at good price range

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DOJ TO EXPEDITIOUSLY ACT ON BIDENS MARIJUANA PARDON DIRECTIVE WHILE HHS LOOKING FORWARD to SCHEDULING REVIEW - MSOS

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

TILRAY (TLRY) 30% gains and Fair Value Evaluation of $4.54!

r/stocksSee Post

(10/5) Wednesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Long term wheel $ET

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Nearly lost it all on VZ. Made it back. Safe yolo on ET bc no balls.

r/stocksSee Post

Why Marathon Oil Shares Are Surging Higher

Lots of Macro News This Week 10/3 Market Analysis

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Lots of Macro News This Week 10/3 Market Analysis

r/StockMarketSee Post

8:39pm ET - Where will we be at the open tomorrow?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Why is $ET under valued?

r/weedstocksSee Post

Ayr Wellness to Hold Third Quarter 2022 Conference Call on November 10 at 8:30 a.m. ET

r/StockMarketSee Post

Universal Systems, Inc./Digital Distro, Inc. (OTC: $UVSS) announces multiple key shareholder updates. @Digi_Distro

r/StockMarketSee Post

Universal Systems, Inc. (OTC: $UVSS) Provides Shareholder Updates @Digi_Distro

r/stocksSee Post

$LLY is gonna go through the roof today.

r/pennystocksSee Post

Intas & Dr Reddy's in race with PEs to buy US' Athenex?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Broke Below Falling Wedge 9-22 Market Analysis

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Broke Below Falling Wedge 9-22 Market Analysis

r/StockMarketSee Post

Broke Below Falling Wedge 9-22 Market Analysis

r/optionsSee Post

Expiration time of SPY/QQQ options?

r/investingSee Post

FOMC Statement on rate increase

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

FOMC announces 75 bps hike at September meeting - 09/21/2022

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Bye bye shorts! Buy buy $Sava. sEC says Goodnight!! See ya later!

r/pennystocksSee Post

Fandifi Technology (CSE:FDM) prepares to launch a fan engagement and prediction platform $FDM

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Weird Finance 3.0: TMUS is most valuable telco worldwide and DTAG is on track to get a 100b$ market valuation... but where is the negative value coming from?...

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Railroad strike averted after marathon talks reach tentative deal | CNN Business

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Railroad strike averted after marathon talks reach tentative deal | CNN Business

r/StockMarketSee Post

Things to Know Today: What CPI revealed about our economy

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Thing to Know Today: What CPI revealed about our stock market

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Why nobody is talking about $NIO here?🚀🚀🚀🚀

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

AKRO - up over 130% today!

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

💰💰💰Good morning! #premarket #watchlist 09/13 $AKRO -experimental NASH drug meets the primary endpoint in a clinical trial, $ETNB -H.C. Wainwright 24th Annual Global Investment Conference on Monday, September 12, 2022 at 4:00 PM ET, $GFAI - Announces LOI to Acquire Shenzhen Kewei Robot...

r/smallstreetbetsSee Post

💰💰💰Good morning! #premarket #watchlist 09/13 $AKRO -experimental NASH drug meets the primary endpoint in a clinical trial, $ETNB -H.C. Wainwright 24th Annual Global Investment Conference on Monday, September 12, 2022 at 4:00 PM ET, $GFAI - Announces LOI to Acquire Shenzhen Kewei Robot...

r/pennystocksSee Post

Geron 3 conferences this week.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$NLY declares a .22 dividend and 4:1 Stock Split to make $NLY more attractive to smart investors.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

One of Those Cohen Stocks is Running Up in AH

r/optionsSee Post

Is it correct that on SPX day of expiration you can place trades up until 4pm ET?

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Bed Bath & Beyond CFO plunges to death at New York's Jenga tower days after company says it would close 150 stores and cut jobs

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Today I sat balls deep in scalped COIN, NIO, puts and 185p TESLA I scaled at the top yesterday. 12 pm ET came around, lunch time, had 30-70% profit on postions. I thought man, Powel probably gonna be pretty neutral talk about longer rates no way market gonna pop super hard. Should be low risk to hold these through his speech. Then before leaving I decided to pop into daily thread see what the ol' tardos thought. And it was just absolute no stop "puts free money" "bols fucked" "Spy 350". Anyway that is all I needed to see, closed out all the positions and went to lunch. I fucking love you all. Never stop being WSB.

Mentions:#COIN#NIO#ET

Hate wi tee time. 5:47 pm ET and it’s already dark outside ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260) Not helping my seasonal depression

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Exactly at 1:30 ET

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Is that an extraterrestrial?? That a fucking ET trying to mimic humans?

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are you from the future? cuz the market is not open at 8:45 ET

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Powell speaks at 1:30pm ET (Link to stream will be provided along with a complimentary soda and some unsalted peanuts)

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U.S. Government to Backstop Mortgages Above $1 Million in High-Cost Areas Highest limit applies to most expensive regions; level also set to rise in rest of the country, reflecting increased home prices Andrew Ackerman Updated Nov. 29, 2022 at 1:45 pm ET Why Housing Can Skew Inflation Numbers Why Housing Can Skew Inflation Numbers Why Housing Can Skew Inflation Numbers Housing is one of the most weighted categories when tracking inflation, but it is also one of the most complicated to measure. WSJ’s David Harrison explains how the shelter index is calculated, and why it can muddy the inflation outlook for the Fed. Illustration: Laura Kammermann WASHINGTON—The federal government is about to backstop mortgages of more than $1 million for the first time in high-cost markets, such as parts of California and New York. The maximum size of home-mortgage loans eligible for backing by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will rise to $1,089,300 next year in a few expensive markets, from $970,800 this year, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Tuesday. For most parts of the country, loan limits will rise to $726,200 from a 2022 maximum of $647,200, said FHFA, which oversees mortgage-finance giants. By law, loan limits are calculated annually using a formula that factors in average housing prices. In all, about 100 counties and county equivalents, out of more than 3,000 across the U.S. are designated as high-cost markets, also including some in New Jersey, Virginia and Utah, according to the FHFA. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS What impact do you think the increased government-backed mortgage threshold will have on the housing market? Join the conversation below. The increase may make it easier and cheaper for borrowers purchasing one-unit homes, particularly those near the limits. The higher limits are also likely to renew a debate about how big of a mortgage is too big to be backed by the government. Mortgages within the limits are called conforming loans, and they generally come with lower closing costs and can require a smaller down payment than mortgages that exceed the limit, known as jumbo mortgages. Whatever relief higher loan limits may offer home buyers is likely more than offset by the higher interest rates and home prices, which have cooled the housing market. Existing-home sales have fallen for nine straight months through October, according to the National Association of Realtors. Mortgage-interest rates have risen rapidly this year, cracking 7% for the first time in two decades. Many prospective home buyers have been unable to qualify for loans or had to cut their purchase budgets after higher rates pushed up their expected monthly costs by hundreds of dollars. The median sales price of an existing single-family home was up 8.6% in the third quarter from a year earlier, the Realtors association said. Prices had increased at an even faster rate in recent years, as demand for homes surged during the pandemic. Fannie and Freddie don’t make loans. The companies, which have been under government control since 2008, instead buy mortgages from lenders and package them into securities that are sold to investors. Policy changes at the companies are important because their role in backstopping roughly half of the $13 trillion mortgage market helps determine who gets access to mortgage credit and on what terms. When loans qualify to be purchased by Fannie and Freddie, it allows them to be securitized in a market that appeals to a global pool of investors, allowing the loans to carry lower interest rates than they might otherwise. However, for much of the postcrisis period, jumbo loans have been priced better than conforming loans partly because banks see them as valuable for attracting wealthy customers who they can do other business with, industry officials say. Mortgage bankers and real-estate agents say the new limits are needed to reflect higher home prices. Fannie and Freddie’s loan limits “need to keep pace with home prices to address affordability,” said Anthony Lamacchia, a broker and owner of a real-estate company near Boston. The headquarters of Fannie Mae, which backstops along with Freddie Mac about half of the U.S. mortgage market.Photo: KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS In pricey markets, even starter homes can fetch seven-figure prices. In a 2022 housing survey, the California Association of Realtors found that nearly one-quarter of the homes sold between $1.25 million and $2 million were bought by first-time home buyers. The figures were slightly higher in the San Francisco area and in Southern California, the group said. Some housing-policy experts say the jump in loan limits raises questions about whether taxpayers should effectively backstop high housing prices. Fannie and Freddie’s market share rose significantly during the pandemic to more than 60% of new loans, according to the Urban Institute, a Washington think tank that conducts research on economic and social policy. “Maybe the loan limit actually exceeding $1 million will get somebody’s attention and at least provoke a much needed policy discussion about the government’s footprint in the mortgage market,” said Ed DeMarco, a former top FHFA official who is now president of the Housing Policy Council, a housing-industry trade group that generally favors boosting the role of private capital in the mortgage market. Housing affordability won’t be truly tackled until a long-term supply shortage of new homes is addressed, he added. Critics of Fannie and Freddie’s large role say borrowers who can afford million-dollar mortgages should be able to finance a home without government-backed financing.

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1:30pm ET

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Tesla Inc. (TSLA) is trading at $180.44 per share after hours, down 0.22% from the previous day's closing price of 180.83 and in a range between 227 to 96 over the past 24 hours with 14 bids and 70 asks currently being made on it as of 4:38 PM ET today (September 1). ^^WSB ^^[Stats](https://www.twitch.tv/wsbzjz/) ^^[**Discord**](http://discord.gg/wsbverse) ^^[BanBets](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/banbets/) ^^VoteBot ^^[FAQ](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/votebot/) ^^[Leaderboard](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/leaderboard/) ^^- ^^[**Keep_VM_Alive**](https://www.patreon.com/visualmod)

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Tomorrow, as is customary, I will read and evaluate the following economic reports in their entirety, in order to develop an effective strategy for playing the expected market movements. MBA Mortgage Applications 7:00 AM ET ADP Employment Report 8:15 AM ET GDP 8:30 AM ET International Trade in Goods \[Advance\] 8:30 AM ET Corporate Profits 8:30 AM ET Retail Inventories (Advance) 8:30 AM ET Wholesale Inventories (Advance) 8:30 AM ET Chicago PMI 9:45 AM ET JOLTS 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales Index 10:00 AM ET State Street Investor Confidence Index 10:00 AM ET EIA Petroleum Status Report 10:30 AM ET Survey of Business Uncertainty 11:00 AM ET And then, at 1:30pm ET, JPow will start speaking, and blow my strategy straight to hell.

Mentions:#ADP#ET

ET $13c 01/2023 insider bought 1.3 million shares and change yesterday for $16 mil, natty gas play, and if rail strike happens natty gas spot price going to the moon

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FYI for tomorrow: GDP QoQ release: 8:30am ET JPOW speech: 1:30pm ET

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Green by 1pm ET

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#Tomorrow: 1:30 pm ET > Fed Chair Jerome Powell speaks at the Brookings Institution

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It's undervalued last I checked based on fundamentals recorded in China, which don't mean dick. I would avoid it and anything from countries that will try to avoid accountability. Last stock I went long on was ET. Insiders have been buying across the board with decent fundamentals in a sector I believe will perform well going forward. Synthetic shares at $12 strike had premium at the short put with a shorter strike date than the long calls. Sell 3 puts to buy 5 synthetic shares further out. Not FA.

Mentions:#ET#FA

It wasn't PCE. It was Consumer Confidence Index released at 10am ET.

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>🔸U.S. November Consumer Confidence Due 10 a.m. ET; Seen 100.0 ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-11-29 ^09:50:52 ^EST-0500

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It’s at 8:30am ET dufus

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Local media reported that the Chinese State Council will hold a press conference on Covid measures at 3 p.m. local time, or 2 a.m. ET. Speculation that chinese covid policy will change? Lol will the ccp ever dare to loosen its white knuckle grip on rights in china?

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Usually before 10:00 ET🤷‍♂️🥂

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>BLOCKFI SCHEDULES FIRST BANKRUPTCY HEARING FOR TUESDAY, NOV. 29 AT 11:30 AM ET- FILING ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-11-28 ^14:25:39 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#NOV#ET

Closing out some short positions to let the remainder ride, in case some dumb shit happens. Synthetic Shares in ET to join the insiders.

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I am able to see on Sunday at 6pm ET the Dow Futures. But I am not seeing any pre market changes for individual stocks. So curious how those Dow futures are calculated if underlying individual stocks are not traded on Sunday evening. Sorry if that is a dumb question but just curious about it

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Monday and Tuesday will be Green then J.Powell will fuk the market up Wednesday with his speak at 1:30 PM ET.

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Scalping SPX is not the same as scalping anything else, it's more akin to futures without the huge margin requirement. That shit *moves* and you can pretty easily get $100 a contract in a minute if you can watch the charts from like 10 - 10:30 AM ET. You can get way more than that but I've found it best to just make like $300 before 10:30 and walk away for the rest of the day.

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I’ve been pretty lucky in dodging a few landmines with Chinese companies that I bought like BABA and even Luckin. I’m afraid to press my luck. Remember back when oil went negative real quick back in 2020? I grabbed a ton of oil stocks like ET, FANG and XOM. It paid it out well so I cashed them out. Maybe I’ll give oil another look.

I wonder how many regards were surprised by today's 1pm ET close...lmao no wonder ppl lose money

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Market closed but no weekend threads cuz it isn't 4pm ET. Mods!!! Do something

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November 30 at 1:30PM ET https://www.marketwatch.com/economy-politics/calendar

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Market closes at 1pm ET correct?

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FYI: US markets will close early today, Friday, at 1pm ET.

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I omitted an important word by accident: spread. I just saw that and edited my earlier comment to add it. When SPX rallies strongly, I might execute a Short Call Spread play. When it crashes, I might execute a Short Put Spread play. Both usually involve a striking price width that's as small as possible. I do these trades because my assumption is that SPX will mean-revert to some extent. So, if it has gone way up, I believe that its momentum will reverse and it will drop. If it goes way down, I assume that it will reverse and climb a bit. If you want to do something like this, it's important to keep descriptive statistics. You can construct a Google Sheets spreadsheet and use the =GOOGLEFINANCE() function to import the needed data. Import the daily open, close, low, and high. Make sure to calculate the difference between the open on one day and the close on the previous day. Also calculate the daily ranges: DH - DL and DC - DO. Build a probability distribution based on ranges. Study it carefully. Trying to scalp SPX is a statistical game, so it's important to understand the fundamentals of descriptive and time-series statistics. If you don't, market makers will destroy you. Use the statistics to select striking prices. You also need to be very, very careful of the stingy algorithms of the market makers. These create a wide bid/ask spread. The idea is that when SPX rallies strongly, execute a Short Call Spread play using a lower striking price that's x% above the spot price 15 minutes after the open. Or when SPX crashes, execute a Short Put Spread with an upper striking price that's y% below the spot price. Figuring out what x or y should be is a statistical exercise. I have to warn you that these are not a good way of making money, because again, we're in a bear market, and volatility is both high (especially when there are macroeconomic catalysts) and unpredictable. While it's true that VIX has crashed recently, it remains to be seen whether that'll continue. When you win an SPX scalp like this, you make a tiny bit of money. But when you lose, you lose a great deal of money, relatively speaking, even if you have rigid rules around when to exit. Just because you try to exit doesn't mean that you'll get filled, especially the further away from ATM striking prices you are. I recommend avoiding these types of scalping plays on SPX altogether, but before telling you what I'd do, I'd like to add one more thing about scalping. Many people try 0 DTE scalps on SPX using a Long Call or Long Put play. This is extremely dangerous and generally a recipe for losing money. It's also very stressful throughout the entire trading day. That's a signal that everyone should listen to. It's telling you that you're doing something risky that you shouldn't be, because you're gambling, and that's generally not going to end well. Always seek to maximize the reward and minimize the risk. For example, this was much safer than a scalp on SPX: Play: № 144 Date: Thu 17 Nov 2022 at 10:51:14 am ET Goal: Capital: ≅ $80.00 Target: +$20.00 (+25.00%) Deadline: Fri 18 Nov (4 days) Risk: $60.00 Wall Street Price Targets: Low = $105.00/share Mean = $150.35/share Median = $150.00/share High = $250.00/share Price at Entry: QCOM = $121.88/share Action: Enter 1 ∙ Short Put Spread QCOM 18 Nov 118.00/119.00@0.20 as follows: 1 ∙ BTO QCOM 18 Nov 118.00 P@0.37 1 ∙ STO QCOM 18 Nov 119.00 P@0.57 DTE = 1 Break-even = $118.80/share Max gain = $20.00/play ∙ 1 play = $20.00 (if QCOM > $119.00/share) Max loss = $80.00/play ∙ 1 play ⇒ $80.00 (if QCOM < $118.00/share) Greeks: p(QCOM > $119.00/share) = 74.48% δ = -0.0697 γ = Not captured ν = Not captured θ = -0.0509 Justification: • Leading semiconductor companies are showing strength. • QCOM is a foundational supplier to many other companies and interfaces with the economy across broad industries. • Based on technical strength, I believe that a one-day play is merited. Disclosure: • Entered 1 ∙ Short Put Spread QCOM 18 Nov 118.00/119.00@0.20 on Thu 17 Nov 2022 at 10:43:26 am ET Notice that the reward is very high, and the risk very low, compared to a 0 DTE scalp of SPX. You're only risking $80 to make $20, and it just takes one day. The above is not enough, however. We want the risk to go down even further. How can we achieve that? Repeat the play, but use lower striking prices, like this: Play: № 145 Date: Thu 17 Nov 2022 at 11:44:20 am ET Goal: Capital: ≅ $180.00 Target: +$20.00 (+11.11%) Deadline: Fri 18 Nov (1 days) Risk: $60.00 Wall Street Price Targets: Low = $105.00/share Mean = $150.35/share Median = $150.00/share High = $250.00/share Price at Entry: QCOM = $121.18/share Action: Enter 2 ∙ Short Put Spread QCOM 18 Nov 116.00/117.00@0.10 as follows: 2 ∙ BTO QCOM 18 Nov 116.00 P@0.16 2 ∙ STO QCOM 18 Nov 117.00 P@0.26 DTE = 1 Break-even = $116.90/share Max gain = $10.00/play ∙ 2 plays = $20.00 (if QCOM > $117.00/share) Max loss = $90.00/play ∙ 2 plays ⇒ $180.00 (if QCOM < $116.00/share) Greeks: p(QCOM > $117.00/share) = 85.10% δ = -0.0844 γ = Not captured ν = Not captured θ = -0.0957 Justification: • This is the more conservative version of Play № 144. Disclosure: • Entered 2 ∙ Short Put Spread QCOM 18 Nov 116.00/117.00@0.10 on Thu 17 Nov 2022 at 13:39:50 am ET Notice how we're shifting the odds in our favor, and minimizing overall risk. If we were to lose Play № 144, and we took a maximum loss, we'd lose $80. But statistically, it's very unlikely that QCOM would crash to the upper striking price from Play № 145, so we're using the latter as a type of hedge against the former, to minimize overall risk. So, instead of losing $80, if we lost Play № 144, we'd probably win Play № 145. This means that we'd lose $80 from the former, but gain $20 from the latter, and thus only effectively risk $60. This ladder-like structure of plays on the same underlying is an important way of reducing risk. It's so important to think statistically and strategically when designing options trades. By the way, I won both Play № 144 and 145, so the return was similar to winning a scalp of SPX using a single contract, but risking less than one-fourth the capital. This means that the reward-to-risk ratio of the above plays is far superior to that of an SPX scalp. If you want to make money by trading options, it's important to not follow the herd to the slaughter (and believe me: it's not the market maker that's going to get slaughtered), but do things that other people aren't doing. Much of winning options trades comes down to excellent preparation, finding the right underlying for a particular trade structure, monitoring internal market dynamics and macroeconomic and stock-specific catalysts (including news) to make sure that it's safe to trade, executing to perfection, using a small position size, concentrating on profitable companies in an uptrend, and, most of all, managing risk exactly according to your plan. Here's one final thing about scalping, whether SPX or anything else. It doesn't really matter whether you use a Long Call, Long Put, Short Call, Short Put, Long Call Spread, Long Put Spread, Short Call Spread, or Short Put Spread. What you're really trying to do is predict direction, but if you fail, then build in a large enough margin of safety so that despite being wrong, you can still win the trade. The only way to do that is to become well versed in statistics and go to the trouble of keeping them on a daily basis and performing the needed analysis. I have a high win rate and could make a killing if I scaled into my trades, but I never do, with rare exceptions when I get a superb setup, because I'm acutely aware of the unique risks of a bear market. It's always better to be safe than sorry. There is a time for going after large trades, but now isn't that time. Study. And don't believe anything that anyone says unless they show you detailed trades and provide detailed explanations. I've found that those who are the greediest and refuse to share knowledge tend to be the least successful. Options trading is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Boring, predictable trades are the way to win the long game.

I just want it open till 7pm ET. Current times are very unfair if you live on the west coast.

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Hi, What I do depends on the setups that I can find. The two main strategies that I use to bring in the most profit are the *Short Put* and the *Short Put Spread*. I might occasionally use a *Short Call Spread* or a *Front Ratio Spread*. My most successful trades usually have a DTE of 30 to 45, and unless there's a very good reason, I hold to expiration. When I'm bored, I occasionally run an *Iron Condor* on SPX, and sometimes I even scalp SPX intra-day using a simple call or put contract, but this is my least favorite form of trading. It's the slow trades that tend to make the most money. Most traders seem obsessed with meaningful gains *quickly*. I'm not. I want meaningful gains *safely*, and the tradeoff is *time*. I don't make a distinction between day trading, swing trading, positional trading, or long-term investing. I use whichever time frame is appropriate, given market conditions and available setups. It's extremely important to avoid important macroeconomic catalysts, such as the release of the CPI, the issuance of the Fed's interest rate decision, The JPow's press conference, the release of the FOMC meeting minutes, the release of the PMI, et al. Pay close attention to the [economic calendar](https://www.marketwatch.com/economy-politics/calendar). You should also avoid holding anything through earnings releases. It's also important to pay attention to VIX. When it's above 20.00, in my opinion, it doesn't make sense to try to trade shares. With options, you can, and must, build in a large margin of safety into your trades. Ultimately, nothing will guarantee that you can avoid a crash. But you can diversify across sectors and use small position sizes. In bull markets, it makes sense to concentrate (to establish large positions). In bear markets, you should do the opposite: use many different companies, as uncorrelated as possible, across many industries. Focus on profitable companies that are in uptrends. The risk is far, far greater in bear markets than in bull markets. I understand what you mean about large drops. Here's one of my own examples: Play: № 111 Date: Thu 27 Oct 2022 at 10:46:50 am ET Goal: Capital: ≅ $850.00 Target: +$150.00 (+17.65%) Deadline: Fri 18 Nov (22 days) Risk: $212.50 Wall Street Price Targets: Low = $80.00/share Median = $143.00/share Mean = $146.10/share High = $250.00/share Price at entry = $101.35/share Action: Enter 2 ∙ Long Call Spread META 18 Nov 85.00/90.00@4.225 as follows: 2 ∙ BTO META 18 Nov 85.00 C@17.225 2 ∙ STO META 18 Nov 90.00 C@13.00 DTE = 22 Break-even = $89.23/share Max gain = $77.00/play ∙ 2 plays = $154.00 (if META > $90.00/share) Max loss = $425.00/play ∙ 2 plays ⇒ $846.00 (if META < $85.00/share) Greeks: p(META ≥ $90.00/share) = 77.03% δ = 0.1691 γ = Not captured ν = Not captured θ = 0.0542 Justification: • The "other shoe" has finally fallen, with META's devastating Q3 crash of over 22%. • Metaverse spending is out of control. • META hasn't traded this low since Q1 2016. • This creates a great discount that we need to exploit. Disclosure: • Entered 1 ∙ Long Call Spread META 18 Nov 85.00/90.00@4.25 on Thu 27 Oct at 10:35:53 am ET • Entered 1 ∙ Long Call Spread META 18 Nov 85.00/90.00@4.20 on Thu 27 Oct at 10:33:34 am ET Even though I built in a large margin of safety into the trade, I was surprised to see that META crashed below $90.00/share and it took a few days before anyone started buying and moving the price up. But they did finally start buying. No one can predict the future. We can only try to design the strongest trade that we can. If we do a good job, the vast majority of these will win. But even then, some will lose, and the losses won't be small. Because bear markets are characterized by high volatility and unpredictable relief rallies, even while SPY ultimately moves down, down, down, it's very difficult to win trades in this environment, so it's important to trade according to a plan and exit whenever your plan tells you to exit. It's better to take a small loss than to risk an enormous one. I hope this helps. Artem

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Yes but only until 1pm ET I believe

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NIO has EVs that are far better than BMW, Mercedes and Audi. ET7 taking down big car awards recently..Read up, young man.

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$ET has been kind to me, I keep a decent chunk of my account in there

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I’m profitable but I’m fine with a small payout. I own 100 shares of ET and it pays an 8% dividend. All I try to do it generate equal amounts of premium as I get from the dividend. So $8-10 bucks a month is what I aim for. Just doing covered calls currently haven’t been assigned yet.

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They’re open til 1:30 PM ET tomorrow

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The market is open until 1PM ET tomorrow.

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Hey all!! Please join us this evening @ 6pm ET. Tilray Brands CFO, Carl Merton, will be hosting a live AMA to answer all our questions.. Tune in [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/weedstocks/comments/yysag2/tilray_brands_ama_november_23rd_6pm_et_with_cfo/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf) Happy Thanksgiving! *In case I don’t see ya.. good afternoon, good evening & goodnight.* -Truman

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I have oil and gas rights as an aside-portfolio. Also a nice number of ET. I'm very much in the green. Might need to follow their lead on a few more energy stocks.

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The Fed is releasing the minutes from their FOMC meeting at 2PM ET today on the Federal Reserve website. The meeting and press conference was 3 weeks ago. They raised the Federal Funds Rate by 75 basis points aka 0.75%. **If any of this is news to you, you’re the sucker at the poker table.**

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2pm ET is the time correct?

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2PM ET (FOMC Minutes) is gonna be this weeks biggest rug pull ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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That's why I like ET, I win either way

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The Fed’s just jawboning. Inflation is over. The FOMC meeting minutes are from before the low CPI print so if they were thinking about being even slightly dovish three weeks ago, the entire market is going to moon at 2PM ET tomorrow. If they were hawkish, it’ll just theta sideways.

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"The first hearing of the FTX bankruptcy case ended shortly after 1 p.m. ET, roughly two hours after it started--including a 10-minute recess that, for those following via Zoom call, featured the song "Sorry" by Justin Bieber. The next hearing will be scheduled for the week of Dec. 16." -WSJ

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MM is gonna pump the $SPY above 400$ tomorrow and tank it when FOMC Minutes is release at 2PM ET tomorrow. That's what I believe anyway.

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$ET mooning yay

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Go little ET go!

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I wonder if the recent $ET dividend has dispersed yet. Will have to check my share count in a sec (automatically reinvests yuge divvy into same stonk)

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“The "Nissan PLASMA" (Powerful & Economic, Light, Accurate, Silent, Mighty, Advanced) MA09ERT was based on the K10ET engine; Nissan attempted to improve performance and response by adding a supercharger to the (already turbocharged) MA10ET engine” That is the most highly regarded name I’ve ever seen in my life. There’s at least one of us in Japan

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11:00, 14:15, 14:45 ET in that order

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Hedged my EUO calls with some YCS puts in case Japan does another intervention tonight. Last couple times a 3% jump in YEN/USD caused a 1% jump in EUR/USD Though if they do it during market hours like last time I am fully prepared to YOLO into YCS puts once I see it happening. September it was overnighg. In October it was 10:30 ET.

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Yes, till 5:30 pm ET.

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Wednesday FOMC meeting notes at 2ET is what I meant.

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> Sure, they scored 98% in safety assist features in EuroNcap, but NIO ET7 was slightly behind them with 95% and just in 2022 there are already 13 cars (if you don't count the 2 Tesla) over 90%, with cars from NIO, WEY, ORA, NISSAN, BMW, Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes and even Subaru. Tesla is nowhere near as far ahead as they try to show. Oh, and this is just from EURONCAP, so these are only the cars from Europe. This is what I am talking about the competition catching up. Now you're just moving the goal posts. First Tesla had nothing the others didn't have, now they are only slightly ahead if you exclude their most advanced piece of software (FSD beta).

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Yes, that would put their PE to 7, IF they would be able to grow 50% for five years. Which is... Roughly the average PE of the biggest players of the auto industry. If the growth rate fall to 30% after 5 years of 50% growth... The thing is, if they can deliver half a million cars this Q4 (which I honestly somewhat doubt, but it could be possible), their 2022 deliveries will be up slightly 50% YoY. The catching up competition will eat away their market share. I think that they will probably grow 40% or less from 2023 to 2024, then 30% or less the year after that. Sorry about the total market share, seems like I have misread an article. Sure, they scored 98% in safety assist features in EuroNcap, but NIO ET7 was slightly behind them with 95% and just in 2022 there are already 13 cars (if you don't count the 2 Tesla) over 90%, with cars from NIO, WEY, ORA, NISSAN, BMW, Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes and even Subaru. Tesla is nowhere near as far ahead as they try to show. Oh, and this is just from EURONCAP, so these are only the cars from Europe. This is what I am talking about the competition catching up. Keep in mind that I don't say that Tesla is a bad company. It is a great company, but it is way overvalued in my opinion, because I don't believe that they will be able to keep up their current growth in the next several years.

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Yes, that would put their PE to 7, IF they would be able to grow 50% for five years. Which is... Roughly the average PE of the biggest players of the auto industry. If the growth rate fall to 30% after 5 years of 50% growth... The thing is, if they can deliver half a million cars this Q4 (which I honestly somewhat doubt, but it could be possible), their 2022 deliveries will be up slightly 50% YoY. As far as I see, their historical delivery growth wildly fluctuates and competition will eat away their market share. I think that they will probably grow 40% or less from 2023 to 2024, then 30% or less the year after that. Sorry about the total market share, seems like I have misread an article. Sure, they scored 98% in safety assist features in EuroNcap, but NIO ET7 was slightly behind them with 95% and just in 2022 there are already 13 cars (if you don't count the 2 Tesla) over 90%, with cars from NIO, WEY, ORA, NISSAN, BMW, Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes and even Subaru. Tesla is nowhere near as far ahead as they try to show. Oh, and this is just from EURONCAP, so these are only the cars from Europe. This is what I am talking about the competition catching up.

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yeah, it's price is, uh, managed. I noted a couple times last week it jumped at exactly 6:30 PM ET on no news i could see

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Futes at 2PM ET on a Sunday is 🌽

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There are no futes at 2PM ET on a Sunday. Do you even stock market?

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I'm in for 5000 shares and 50 covered calls at 9$ strike come Monday 930 AM ET.

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ET 👍

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The reason why you are not able to sell it is because there are no buyers for the SIX 11/18 20p after about 10:30am ET. The last transactions for that option occurred at 10:12am ET for 3 contracts at 0.05/option. If you placed a STC (sell to close) market order earlier at the open - you could have possibly been executed at $5 per contract. Did you place a market order? You could have gotten lucky if a market maker needed to hedge instead of having the contract expire worthless.

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Backed the truck up in apr 2020 on 1. PAA 2. ET 3. ENLC 4. JEPI 5. UAN UAN I have to, got in at $100, and sold $50 2025 CC when the price peaked around $130.

I've held dozens of warrants through ticker (more often in 2021 than 2022, but still). I held my last 1000 TINVW through ticker change, was going to hold them for a few weeks and see what happened. At open, they were stuck in ticker change limbo as usual. To my surprise, Fidelity had them as tradeable just now, 3 hours later (\~noon ET). Wasn't paying attention during the big pump earlier, but was able to sell half @ 1.58, and the price is $1.23 five minutes later.

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could existing homesales have a big impact at 10ET?

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Deflated ET girlfriend havin ass, fried egg descendant ass, Curly Q. Dingus lookin ass mf

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Deflated ET girlfriend havin ass, fried egg descendant ass, Curly Q. Dingus lookin ass mf

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The email asked staff to click "yes" if they wanted to stick around, warning those who did not respond by 5 p.m. ET on Nov. 17, would be considered to have quit and given a severance package. Gotta love his "work hard or get the fuck out" approach.

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I went big (for me) on energy when the sector was widely hated in 2020, continued DCA'ing until end of 2021. Yes, very lucky contrarian timing hooray for me. To date, CVX +113%; MPLX +15%; EPD+39%;XOM+167%, ET+61%. Average dividend for these is 6.2%, even at these very high prices. Energy has been by far the best investment decision I've ever made. In my view, energy prices have to crash very hard for a very long time before this even begins to look like a market average total return. The question is, how do I repeat this? Probably chips during next summer's lows.

You ever notice the unhinged climate activists look like cult members? I bet if you asked these people, how they felt about nuclear energy and natural gas become dominant players in our energy infrastructure, you would hear squeals. These trustifarians with enough time to go protest, are seeking the feeling that religion once filled. Purpose outside oneself. Anyways Natural Gas is going to continue to rise. Have had a HEAVY position in ET since 2020. I suggest everyone continues buying shares

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>🔸U.S. Jobless Claims Due 8:30 a.m. ET; Seen 225K for Week 🔸U.S. October Housing Starts Due 8:30 a.m. ET; Seen -2.0% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-11-17 ^08:18:41 ^EST-0500

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8:30 ET if I’m not mistaken. Yes

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