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(NASDAQ-CM: $INM) InMed Pharmaceuticals

$BAND | Technical breakout near | Insiders buy $1.17mm in shares | Competitor takes 6.5% stake | low float | high si

$BAND - pending technical breakout, more insider buying perhaps? The next BBBY

$BAND | Breakout near | Insiders bought $1.17mm in stock | Competitor took 6.5% stake | 25mm share float | Triple Bottomed at $15.00 | Off 90% from highs

$COPAF Copaur Minerals Discovers New Gold Zone At Williams Project GIC Porphyry Target; Drilling Yields 2.2 G/T Gold Over 50 Metres, Including Last 10.5 Metres Averaging 4.2 G/T Au Ending In Mineralization

BIOR - An ER Presentation Recap

$BAND | Potential Gamma Play | SI at 15% | 25MM share float | Competitor just bought 1.5MM shares | Insiders bought $1.17mm in shares over last 4 months | Small Cap

$BAND - Potential Gamma Play | $1.17mm in insider buys | Competitor bought 6.5% stake | $450mm market cap | 25mm shares | SI at 15%

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$BAND | FUNDAMENTAL AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS | INSIDERS BUY $1.17MM IN STOCK | COMPETITOR TELNYX BUYS 6.5% STAKE | MARKET CAP IS $450MM

$BAND - Fundamental and Technical Analysis | $1.17mm insider buys | Competitor buys 6.5% stake

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Netlist inc, a unique story between seminal patents and CXL hybriDIMM progress. $NLST

$BAND - BANDWIDTH | $1.17mm insider stock buys | Competitor just took 6.5% stake (UPDATED THESIS)

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Let's Talk About Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD)

BANDWIDTH - TICKER BAND - MAJOR INSIDER BUYS - COMPETITOR TOOK STAKE

$BAND - Competitor recently bought 6.5% stake and also big insider buys

$BAND - Huge insider purchases

Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… Aug ‘22)

WBD is ready.. everything is baked in and set to dominate the quarter..

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Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… Aug ‘22)

Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… Aug ‘22)

$LWLG Update - Nearly 20 M Shorts - 24.5 DTC

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Who is Tony Scott and what is the 800lb gorilla hes been constructing

Who is Tony Scott and what is the 800lb gorilla hes been constructing

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Iron Condors on $IP

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$INTZ follow the bread crumbs

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$COPAF CopAur Minerals Defines New Drill Targets From Geophysical Survey At Kinsley Mountain Gold Project

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$WBD is potentially undervalued

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$WBD is potentially heavily undervalued at the moment

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Hot Psycheceutical riser: $BWVI Understand this great RM in the psycheceutical space

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Tiny Float, Trading Below Book, Strong Product Line, Recent Agreements with Major Carriers - Siyata Mobile $SYTA Ready to Bounce Hard Here...

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Tiny Float, Trading Below Book Value, Strong Product Line, Recent Agreements with Major Carriers - Siyata Mobile $SYTA Ready to Bounce Hard Here...

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Tiny Float, Trading Below Book Value, Strong Product Line, Recent Agreements with Major Carriers - Siyata Mobile $SYTA Ready to Bounce Hard Here...

(NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV) Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd.

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Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd. (NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV) {DD Recap}

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BIOR- Best penny stock you could invest in

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Analysis of Scholastic Corp: End of an Era?

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Post a penny stock you think could 100x or more in 10 years. My pick $QNCCF/$QNC

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Netflix adds “extra home” fee, will block usage in other homes if you don’t pay

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Netflix is probably a $100 company if we're being real.

$LWLG up 16% in 2 days since lace last Possible Shortsqueeze update

Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd. (NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV) In-Depth Analysis

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Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd. (NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV)

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Netflix is testing a new feature in Latin America to charge users an extra $3 per month if they share passwords.

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Netflix is testing a new feature in Latin America to charge users an extra $3 per month if they share passwords.

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CopAur Minerals Inc. (COPAF) Commences Bolo Gold-Silver Project 2022 Exploration Program

LWLG - Probable Shortsqueeze developping

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CopAur Minerals ($COPAF) Commences Bolo Gold-Silver Project 2022 Exploration Program

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Remember PROG? As the Anniversary of its Run Approaches, It Looks Primed to Move Again and is Worth a Second Look

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RGC: CEO Figuratively Putting His Money Where His Mouth Is

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Algernon Pharmaceuticals provides update on chronic kidney disease research program with NP-251

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CASe for QcOm ST0Nk

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Stock analysis and valuation of Disney - The wounded giant is recovering $DIS

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Can we talk about AAPL and how one of a kind company this is

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question is - how to sell a projection model to a investment bank

(NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV) Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd. Briefing

UtopiaP2P- Idyll browser, API and much more

InMed Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ-CM: $INM) Leader In Pharma

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Lab Grown Meat is Here and the Opportunity is Huge

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EMBC (insulin business) is wildly undervalued

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intangibles on Revlon that need to be discussed.

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Neonode a 75m$ Mcap owns 50% of a court case against APPLE and SAMSUNG with infringment on roughly 4 000 000 000 products.

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Sticking with Mega-Tech.

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Investors have bet against Compass Pathways since Freedom to Operate challenged their patents (three times). Earlier this week a judge tossed out all challenges.

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Investors have bet against Compass Pathways since Freedom to Operate challenged their patents. Earlier this week a judge tossed out that challenge. What's next?

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Investors have bet against Compass Pathways since the Freedom to Operate challenged their patents challenge. Earlier this week a judge tossed out that challenge.

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While the overall markets continue to be weak, $RGC ’s share price has performed well since April.

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Dessert for disaster: How one shorts Hindenburg Research

uNS, Decentralized and Non-Censored Registry, Equivalent to Classic DNS.

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People who know how might try to kill me but...

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People who know how might try to kill me but...

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Hyliion: Innovative Disruptor or Ordinary Recycler?

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Joseph Pedano, EVP and Partner at EVOLVE IP in Philadelphia has been diddling children. Straight up grooming high school girls. And expects to get away with it. Disgusting behavior. @EvolveIP, @VMWARE, and @Intelisys should be ASHAMED! SICKENING

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EVP at EVOLVE IP has been diddling children. And expects to get away with it. Disgusting and EvolveIP, VMWARE, and Intelisys should be ASHAMED!

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Let's talk e-sports (yeah, I know), growth, and maybe a company or two to watch ($ESE.V)

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InMed Pharmaceuticals Recent Highlights (NASDAQ-CM: $INM)

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Any opinions going around on Hasbro (HAS)?

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Q1 '22 Earnings Call Takeaways for video game publishers: (ATVI, EA, TTWO)

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What is a Utopia Mining Bot?

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what is the easiest way to get into stock trading?

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Invex Therapeutics One-Pager

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Vuzix 🌝

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NIRV.CN Nirvana Signs Letter of Intent with Innovate Phytotechnologies Inc.

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$AAPT $ICOA $MJWL CE ALERT

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WBD is MORE valuable than DISNEY right now! BUY HARD HUGE CORRECTION INCOMING. MOST UV!!!

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Small Cap Tech Stock Beaten and Battered - Bull Case, Multiple Opportunities at Hand

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Small Cap Tech Stock Beaten and Battered - Bull Case, Multiple Opportunities at Hand

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Warner Bros. Discovery: A bargain?

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Brief Summary of Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd. (NASDAQ-CM: $ENLV)

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Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… May ‘22)

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Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… May ‘22)

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Desktop Metal - The Next Industrial Revolution (Continued… May ‘22)

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Wendy’s same-store sales growth explodes internationally but slows in the U.S.

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Is Netflix (NFLX) really that bad?

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Safe Banking Act - some more for Cannabis Stock

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The Chernin Group-Led Consortium to Acquire $263 Million in Funko

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I found the public IP address of a Tor website and IP addresses for sellers which points to Goldman Sachs, US Treasury and more. Bankers editing account balance, selling insider stock info, and more services covertly offered by Wall Street on a darknet market.

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I found the public IP address of a Tor website and IP addresses for sellers which points to Goldman Sachs, US Treasury and more. Bankers editing account balance, selling insider stock info, and more services covertly offered by Wall Street on a darknet market.

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Alright, time for a DD post. Mark my words: The video-gaming industry is going to absolutely boom. (Part 2)

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Alright, time for a DD post. Mark my words: The video-gaming industry is going to absolutely boom. (Part 1)

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> They’re masters of stealing IP. They know what they’re doing >The people in China are just as good as anyone from the West as far as ethics and anything you want to count.

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If I find out any of you motherfuckers are selling…. I’m gonna come to your IP address and go Chris Brown on ya!

Mentions:#IP

$BAND | $1.17MM Insider Buys last 4 months | Competitor took 6.5% stake | low float | 15% Short | Technical breakout near My position : 21,690 shares and adding (100-1000 per day) (As of 8/16/2022) About : Bandwidth is a leading enterprise cloud communications company. Companies like Cisco, Google, Microsoft, RingCentral, Uber, and Zoom use Bandwidth's APIs to easily embed voice, messaging and emergency services into software and applications. Bandwidth is the first and only CPaaS provider offering a robust selection of communications APIs built around their own IP voice network. Thesis : $1.17mm in insider purchases over the last 4 months. Privately held competitor named Telnyx recently took a 6.5% stake. Privately held competitors don't just buy a stake for equity appreciation, they buy for a hostile takeover / tender offer SI is around 15% Insiders own over 10% Cash on hand : $300mm with a market cap of $450mm Trading at less than 1x sales, while most enterprise software fetches 5-7x sales! Institutions own 94.8% of the float Low float - only 25mm shares Recently crushed earnings, maintained revenue guidance (which was raised in the prior quarter) IPO'd in 2017 at $20/share, traded around $80 BEFORE the pandemic, then hit $175 during the pandemic pump, now is back down to $19/share. Despite trading below it's IPO price from 2017, the company has quadrupled revenues This is not some 2020 spac, ark complex, pump and dump. It's a small cap tech company that is being overlooked by the market. Company was founded in 1999 21-22 is an area of resistance, above that is a black hole back to $70. They are doing everything they can to keep it below 21-22. If we can break $19.66 today, next stop is $20.70. Stock has triple bottomed at $15 and has made multiple attempts to break $21-$22, I believe the next ramp up we blow through it. Potential Conspiracy Theory While we know for a fact Telnyx has acquired a 6.5% stake per their latest 13G filing (just google it), the trading on this equity has been VERY sus since then. They must disclose any buys/sells and since the latest 13G there have been none. They don't have to disclose short positions The word on the street is Telnyx has partnered with Union Square Capital as the financing partner on the funding. Telnyx is a fast growing startup but they must be looking to take out their bigger competitor, BANDWIDTH I believe their financing partner has been shorting the stock to exhaust all holders so they can buy as much as the company at a lowest possible price. If we degens take ownership before they do, we are going to have to make them pay much higher prices for Bandwidth shares and/or make them cover at much higher prices. My claim that they could be shorting is just a theory, but I think it makes sense. I've been following the ticker very closely and in my experience there is someone short that is trying to corner the stock The stock has triple bottomed at $15 and is looking to make a major break above $21. When it does there is a massive vacuum back to $70s. There is ZERO reason this company should be trading below where it traded before the pandemic. I understand the pandemic pump was unsustainable but most of these tech companies returned to prepandemic valuations. In this stock it would be in the $70s-$80s, but it's trading at $19 while the fundamentals have been extremely resilient. The company is growing at a 20% clip. What's everyone's thoughts on this?

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BYND garbage, is just being copied by bigger players - no useful IP of their own. ​ Cool name though

Mentions:#BYND#IP

They give over name listed, name on card used for purchase, IP address etc to universities that ask to discover cheating. Not the best business model to essentially report your users

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US Citizen living in Asia here. China actually builds very well. They’re masters of stealing IP. They know what they’re doing. I love China as a place to visit and see the country. From their bullet trains that go 300KM per hour to their high-tech cities, the Communist Party has built a nation on the backs of its own people. They did this by raking in as much cash as they could from the West. And Western corporations wanted the cheap labor. It’s often slavery or child labor, and I have seen it with my own eyes. The corporate executives of the West and marketers created so much demand they couldn’t make anything in the West to scale so they USED China. And China used the West and it’s a one-way flow of money. The people in China are just as good as anyone from the West as far as ethics and anything you want to count. They don’t control their government, which was obvious with the archaic Covid lockdowns that continue. The problem is Westerners have a hard time understanding collectivism as we see individualism as the way to go. But most of Asia sees the benefits of collectivism, and it furthers their ability to grow. China and Russia are great countries with great people just like the USA and the West. We mostly all just have shitty media and even worse politicians and dictators.

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*IP spoofing has entered the chat*

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Has your friend told you just how simple it is to spoof an IP address?

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My friend says one could use reddit metadata and see if that IP has another account here. My friend says the crazies shit sometimes..

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Yeah , I apologized for being condescending about IP bans. but you didn't bother replying. so I assumed you were just being a puss puss.

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You might make a bit of money in the short term with kids going back to school but I feel like it's very risky long term. They're being sued by Pearson and they can get sued into the ground for copyright by other textbook publishers, Universities, colleges etc. Plus they snitch on people to their schools (share data to professors on anything a user posts or views, including name on credit card used and IP address). You can see literally hundreds of examples of this from the past 2 years with online exams in COVID across North America, UK, Australia etc. I can't see how that can be sustainable long term, with people posting exams and final projects on there etc.

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He’s correct- I manage a 2.5M user platform and we do IP detection. However it’s only for automated shadow bans

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Hey mods- how do I request an IP ban? For myself.

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HCMC. Waiting For the verdict of the HCMC vs PHILIP MORRIS issue. TL : DR- HCMC (a tobacco company, specialises in vapes) is suing PM due to IP theft. PM is just deferring the case hoping HCMC will run out of money. Its currently being looked at as an abuse of process which would work in HCMCs favour. Negative is that PM is challenging HCMCs copyright infringement claims stating that they have literally hundreds of IPs which they just don't use nor intend to use and its just a means to stunt and "bogart progression" in advancement. Its been a bit of a toss up and a legal stalemate. If HCMC win they'll be projected into around 5-10 dollars overnight. But its just a waiting game at the moment

Mentions:#HCMC#IP

Without the benefit of hindsight, no one knows at the time how much people gonna love Sandman. And it is not an IP that will pulls a lot of new subscriber, so accepting Netflix proposal seems like a safe bet for them.

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yes, PlayerFirst game is the developer, while Warner is the publisher. Also the game still has to pay WBD for right to use all the IP characters.

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I dont think there will be any entertaining of buyouts any time soon but companies dont just buy things because they are cheaper unless they are desperate (Roku comes to mind) or unless they are greatly discounted. PARA isnt really discounted. It IP library is rather weak and as a company, they havent performed well in 20 years. The big companies like Googe and such will want the best, not the cheapest and there are many reasons for that. For one, odds are, once they buy a company, they will be barred from buying another later due to regulation. So they will want the best even if its more expensive.

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I think you hit the right key with the old ceo not having a clear vision. I worked in this industry. Warner is one of those that i cannot believe it’s not at Disney level. It’s been clearly mismanaged. Everyone is looking at the streaming thing only and basing stock opinions due to it but there is so much more and imo it’s just putting the right pieces in the right place for Warner to get lift off. I already like the new ceo and what he is doing. One thing is coordinating so many sub companies that each one is trying to do it’s own thing which inturn creates a clusterfuck of a mess. One main value is making all the content for all these new platforms. There is a huge demand for new content, providing services for this content and so on. They also have dc comics that he seems ready to bet big and create marvel type decades long content that fans are eager to buy if made correctly. And could spill onto parks etc. Warner produces a lot of content for broadcasters so I’m wondering what his plan will be with the new streaming app… since he comes from the broadcast side and there’s been such a fight between these two,, I wonder if he will try to strike a deal with exclusivity that could make a lot more money per show than before. The new ceo is betting on having the traditional network/studio models at lower operating costs and the big bet is to expand globally with the streaming model. So somehow finding a balance and making money on both. Once you know the numbers of streaming it’s easier to develop better shows and leverage risks etc. so thats positive. then again, Warner can come up w a Hulu cable like app and and do something else entirely. These big studios have a huge disadvantage technology wise. Internally the way that Netflix handles tv show production and distribution is years ahead of the rest. But now it’s something the new ceo can focus on to reduce debt. And I think a huge amount of layoffs will be coming soon. Quite big. Im guessing there will be a lot internal consolidation as many brands share similar styles, job duties etc. And yes, the IP they have is insane and yet I still wonder why isn’t more of it around being exploited. Just check a list and if are older you’ll be amazed at the potential. There is a lot of IP not being exploited and apple and Amazon needing a ton of it. So that’s one guess where money will come from. I’m thinking Warner will be dropping/selling some of their brands to pay the debt. The ceo didn’t believe in the value of cnn+ so imo it has a good chance of being sold. Would also clearly lift some political baggage as well. And they could also strike a good deal selling it and getting rights for streaming so they don’t loose the brand entirely. But ratings are getting lower and it could bring about $10b in cash if sold. At $57b in debt it could at least ease Wall Street into having some faith and lift the stock rating by analysts. With all that said, I don’t think Warner will lift off anytime soon. It might take about 5 years (to start) to see any of these new plans start to work. And big clunky historical companies have a ton of baggage. Personell, unions, technology, archives, departments, So it’s a lot of small things that it’s going to take years to work on while any benefits materialize. That’s one thing I know too well. Seems like not a big deal and normal for companies but it’s relevant Since todays players are Netflix and Amazon and Apple where they have a key advantage in tech. And it’s one thing Disney is dealing w now and having issues. (of the record of course). One concern is the play they’ll do w the new app and strategy that’s similar to the old days of network/studios where tech and streaming are clearly the future. Having the new ceo be a broadcast player could be a double edge sword. Either he plays well w broadcasters getting some good dough until the streaming side gains steam and replaces broadcast revenue or Warner falls behind and looses the streaming wars for not betting all on it. But of course, presently we have all that debt. That’s what I think will be a catalyst. The thing Warner will sell. Now with rates going up by a lot… their debt might balloon. They only have $4b in extra cash while Amazon/Appleetc have upwards of 20b. So all of those big dc comic plans and turnaround will need some cash. Seems all stocks are going now so it might be a good time to buy but it’ll be a long long hold. I guess that’s my play. Get some now and see if I can get more prior to any news of Warner selling something. Which I suck at it.

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I’m a bit confused about some of this because like, they need certain information in order to work. For example, Fidelity is my main broker and finance app. Of course they’re going to have my bank information, my contact info, my location(I give them my address so they know where to send my taxes and it would also make sense to use my IP address make sure when I sign up that I am really near the physical location I say I am in). Same with looking up my credit report and getting some sensitive info from me. Search history is one I don’t really see the reason for. But I kind of expect most apps to take this stuff. I use Mint to help with seeing my money spending trends as well.

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I do not know their business arrangement but usually they, at least, get a large percentage of micro transaction sales. The studio may also have paid them for even being able to use the IP. Small studios like that work by either licensing the IP or developing the game for the primary on a contractual basis.

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yes, i agree that Paramount probably make a better takeover target (also owned a position), but Warner has so many valuable IP rip for monetization. So far the Multiversus game are quite popular, if anything i would argue that WBD IP collection doesn't fall short compared to Disney. The latter just have much better vision and execution, for now.

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I was very confident in the company because of the great IP and the fact HBO has the best quality content out of any of the streaming services. Now that they are combining HBO Max with Discovery+ I think it makes it a lot less attractive. I think there is still a chance at success in the future, but I will probably reduce my position on the next bounce.

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>cks pricing power. Disney has great numbers, but it's got to break out of the Marvel / Star Wars bubble, increased pricing in the fall is going to be a big test to see if people stick around. HBO has tons of prestigious content, but they're cost cutting from the least popular stuff (family and some animation) is being met with frenzy online. Kind of feel it would have been better to launch with realistic / break even prices f Agree Disney has timeless IP and content. Also content that works for a global audience.

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Interesting take. Most of that middle class in Asia is dependent on china, which may be part of the slow down OP is mentioning. I.e. they may not reach middle class, but definitely the aging thing. I would argue also, that these emerging markets are like India: they don't let foreign companies make that much in profits, and direct tons of subsidies and such to locally grown competitors. So don't expect the big health to be welcomed with open arms, just take a look at China, or India, or Brazil. But I do think you have some companies you mention that will do well in a low growth scenario, but not for the reasons you state: Companies with IP/brand/secret recipe/copyrights, etc. These are the ones that will do well. So Coke, possibly Johnson and Johnson, Estée, Nestle, Unilever, all make that cut. So does Disney, Music production companies, most fashion companies, and anyone else with IP/Copyrighted goods for sale. Those are the things that these foreign nations will allow to be sold, and allow to have profits, because they are desirable, and have a strong protection clause.

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"I didn't know" never works as an excuse especially after they notified you. Also, logging in while you were in EU might have triggered the issue because brokerage firms don't allow you to have an account if you don't live in the US. Some firms set restrictions if you log in from foreign IP address

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DIS -- oceans of IP including Marvel and Lucasfilm, plus theme parks and resorts

Mentions:#DIS#IP

Is their IP even valuable?

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> Do you take into consideration IP/patents/C-suite? Those are all important, but that's when I really go for consumer sentiment and product reviews. This is a little more intangible and harder to research, but I want to see if the product is building out its evangelists. Not just people who use it and like it but talk about it and encourage others to use it. This needs to be done far outside of investment forums, because here you never know who's just pumping the stock. You have to go to the enthusiast forums, go to the product review YouTube channels, etc. If you're investing in hammers, don't listen to the people who sell hammers, listen to the everyday people who use them.

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so if a company has no debt (receivables and payroll only) and 2 years of runway (cash on hand), but has low revenue and non profitable, what is your next step? Do you take into consideration IP/patents/C-suite?

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Was up about $300k on Amyris last big run in 2021. Down nearly $100k a month or two ago but almost back to break even now. Will be a fun ride once market realizes the unlocked value here relating to brands, IP, tech platform, etc.

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I interpreted things a bit differently. Ceo bashed the DTC model, and praised the traditional model of years past. That’s mainly what I don’t like about their long term plan, I got the sense they have all but given up on SVOD and will eventually commit to FAST like Pluto TV or something. Not bad persay but again they didn’t say for sure and frankly I don’t think they know either; they will react quarter to quarter based on cash flow. And currently the SVOD is a big money pit; project break even in UCAN by 2024, any hiccup to that trend and I see some reactionary moves. Debt load is high; if they hit their new heavily lowered guidance it’s still manageable and as long as they even trend towards it I think short term the stock will pop. But taking down that debt over the next few years will be really tough (imo) with a contracting legacy cable business and a movie theater industry that I think is also in contraction; both areas he wants to heavily focus on again. As far as IP I think that is wayyyyy overblown. Their is literally a metric shit ton of content in the world with more and more created each day. I mean it’s not like we’re talking about technology based IP, it’s stories. What Disney did with marvel was awesome but it’s not the only way, personally I’m tired out of the marvel and Star Wars stuff and some recent reports show the same sentiment ( although the people that do still like was a large %, so not exactly a dead horse either ). It’s hard not to let personal bias weigh on the stock decisions since more than likely every investor retail or not uses these services in some form. Netflix Disney and WBD all have pros and cons. GL

Man if you don't shut the fuck up imma find yo IP address, tie you up, and shit in your mouth

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AMC and GME are the only nuts apes want to play with and the BbBy spam is annoying af. There’s no DD. There’s no reason to save ANOTHER dead brick a mortar store with no IP

Mentions:#AMC#GME#IP

Not sure why you dont like their sub model. Im buying them precisely because of that. In terms of IP I rank them as #2 for kids content behind only Disney, and #1 for adult content by a fairly large margin. Obviously there is management risk. What we do know is the old discovery folks actually did a good job with the little they had and we know that the ATT guys were always behind the curve rather than ahead, on the tech side. The ATT folks were terrible at media management. Still lots of moving parts post merger so ill be watching the closely for a while. To me the biggest obstacle is that debt and readjusting their content creation. They already stated that this is their focus so at this point im happy with the game plan. Get that debt under control, and reign in your bad content. Imho HBO they eventually surpass Netflix. Its just a matter of time. I also think the entire SVOD scene is about to become a lot more profitable. We are going to see ads like old TV days and we are going to start seeing time based memberships. Amazon already does that naturally with Prime. I think we will start seeing a move away from the monthly model to yearly and of course, the tightening of how many streams each member can get. Netflix already started doing it and others will follow. Customers will complain until they realize that the price is too small to be an argument. In many ways what we are seeing is a repeat of how TV expanded between the 70s to 2000s except without the bundling.

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So you’re a corporation with $1 billion income?! Congrats I guess….Make sure all your IP rights are in your Mauritian sub and you borrow from your US parent co. to pay said sub the licensing fees. Cuz that’s the bullshit we really talking about here

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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.

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The stupid thing about DIS is the markets now only seem to care about steaming. Forgetting the billions of dollars worth of cruise ships, the park the size of San Francisco and all the other huge ‘sub parks’ around the world oh and the movie and TV businesses that owns all the biggest IP in the world right now. And the merch… so much merch… But no, if Netflix have a bad day so do DIS, retarded markets. Full disclosure I’m ears deep in DIS.

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Streaming technology is a commodity, Original Content is scarce. I’d bet on the world’s largest entertainment IP holder over the tech company with a fledgling/ struggling content production arm.

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Mickey Mouse IP ends 2024

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What the fuck did you just fucking say to fear raizer, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.

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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life.

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Let me save you some time: ATAO is shite, they do nothing. They have a mine claim or two they’re doing nothing with, possibly some IP regarding solid state batteries they’re doing nothing with, and the royalty licensing from SX they’re doing nothing with. They have zero employees, management regularly dumps shares, and in the past year I’ve watched them they’ve made essentially no progress on anything. Do yourself a favor and divert all your attention on SX, they’ve got potential if they can execute.

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Lots of us have kids and Dis bet on nostalgia winning out by pulling in all its IP and it worked. Literally have Dis+ just so my kids can watch the same crap I grew up on

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Went to Disney World with the family early July, and immediately bought 5 shares when I got home. Parks were just absolutely packed with people chomping at the bit to worship at the altar of Disney products. Between classic Disney stuff, Star Wars & Marvel I can't think of many other IP's that people will just absolutely devote themselves to (maybe Pokemon?). It's definitely confirmation bias but it certainly felt like parks were back in a big way.

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All looks pretty strong. Huge growth in D+ subscribers. I would have argued this wasn't the right time to raise the D+ price 38%, but since they're simultaneously coming out with the ad supported version in December, I think it's fine. With D+ growth like this, I feel like my investment thesis is pretty well confirmed. That service is Thanos levels of inevitable. Just too much IP.

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XXII, catalyst = FDA passes nicotine reduction mandate. They have the only IP for low nicotine tobacco

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What about there.... Disney's IP

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I think DIS is a company that will be around for the long haul but I still think it is overpriced. Accurate pricing required pinning a number to their IP, which I don’t know how to do so I will always value this ‘low’ compared to many hopefuls.

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IMO streaming as an exciting growth story is over. Netflix feels like it's gone from a tech co to increasingly being treated as a media company. Media companies have a history of not being particularly good investments - DISCA for years before WBD did not deliver much of anything. WBD has cratered since the spin. Disney shareholders went from viewing Disney+ as an exciting growth story to compete with Netflix to a source of concern - they wanted it to be a Netflix story until the Netflix story broke. Disney is an excellent company, it will probably be around in another 50 years and I do think that it's been sold off to a somewhat unfair degree. That said, with things as they are, I wouldn't expect any sort of exciting growth story. It's just a high quality company with a lot of IP that one can have a relatively high degree of certainty will still be around 5-10-20-50 years from now.

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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo

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This is all part of my plan — I knew you’d actually type the flag in this chat to disprove my statement, but now you’re marked by the CCP and they will be permanently tracking your IP moving forward. I’m sorry that it had to come to this.

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Nice. Yeah I'm pretty confident on the first two approvals. Typical FDA approval play is to ride the run up to the decision the sell sometime prior as a rejection could end the company. On this one I'm holding through at least the first one and probably the second. The two applications have small markets, so probably aren't huge money makers. The real value is the IP to one of the larger biotech firms. Gene editing is still very new and risky so their technology is very valuable.

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What the fud did you just fuding say about me, you little bitch? Ape'll have you know Ape graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and Ape've been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and Ape have over 300 confirmed squeezes. Ape am trained in gorilla warfare and Ape'm the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. Ape will wipe you the fud out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fuding words. You think you can get away with saying that shill to me over the Internet? Think again, fuder. As we speak Ape am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fuding squoze, kid. Ape can be anywhere, anytime, and Ape can squeeze you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my bare hands. Not only am Ape extensively trained in unarmed combat, but Ape have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and Ape will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shill. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fuding tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. Ape will shill fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fuding squoze, kiddo.

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Considering one of the most valuable IP‘s of all time Minecraft was sold for what 2.5B

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With Ticketmaster allowing block purchase and resale at nosebleed markups, these third party resellers will have increased traffic. Typically I would only use these sites for sold out events, or day of decisions (easy to get cheap tickets hours before as people try to minimize losses). I would expect them to continue to do well, ticketmaster makes there money on the block purchases so no need to right the ship. I'm expecting a trivago type that will compare all resellers, and if it doesnt exist yet, this is my IP, hands off.

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Datacenter "GPUs" don't even really do graphics processing anymore. They're parallel compute accelerators. True, there are other parallel compute accelerators on the market in a mostly small way, but Nvidia is the dominant one now and they are always looking 2-4 years ahead about what their market will need out of their next generation of parallel processor. Missing from the conversation is how the platform contributes to performance. Heterogeneous computing is getting a lot smarter starting about now and is going to eliminate a lot of bottlenecks in a lot of workloads. AMD, Nvidia, Intel acquired smart NIC/DPU/whatever companies (Pensando, Mellanox, Barefoot). Nvidia developed their own CPU. Intel their datacenter GPU (with difficulty). Intel and AMD both have FPGA IP in house. They are all gunning for deep, in-house platform integration. The next step function in performance and profits is going to be selling optimized, integrated hardware platforms, as opposed to just a high performance CPU or GPU that is plugged into a system.

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What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my words. You think you can get away with saying shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your tongue. You didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo."

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Ha! You obviously don't. A corporate partnership like they signed with MS puts them in line with hundreds of other companies. It isn't special. There is no joint IP development. There is no agreement that MS will use their NFT crap. And to be clear I do understand the situation. I have made money several time on the GME pump and dumps. the key is to get off while your on the up, not on the down. Which means you are guessing on timing, which can be tricky and dangerous. But please, tell me about the idiots who bought in above 250 and how much profit they have made. It is a meme stock. There is no real business value or plan that proves GME will turn around. If there were it wouldn't be held up by a bunch of cultists. And it already started dropping down from open. When it doesn't do what you say will you come and admit you were wrong. No. It is those evil HFs that are screwing you. MOAS is always tomorrow.

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hang in there, now is the time to be adding things like WBD when it's bearish WBD has the IP and breadth to win at streaming and at the box office

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GILTI has no bearing on products sold in foreign countries. It's to prevent companies from shifting IP, and has nothing to do with physical goods. Apple makes a lot of money by selling hardware outside the US, and it doesn't pay US taxes on that money.

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The marketplace is in phase 0 beta? And you don’t want to own the IP. You want to host the broadest array of assets and take a percentage of the transactions. Seriously, how are you missing this opportunity?

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Transformation = failed NFT marketplace and a software store going up against Steam, MS, and others that actually own IP. Guess stupid shit is a kind of transformation. Added to that they still treat their employees like shit.

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You need GUI in Visual Basic to track that IP address

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They had a partnership with coke for their bottling plant, but had disputes and lawsuits for stolen IP. don't know if they're still together

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Does PARA have lot of IP like Disney?

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We did pass the [Dodd-Frank act](https://www.cftc.gov/LawRegulation/DoddFrankAct/index.htm), Which was too crippling according [the next guy and rolled-back portions.](https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-dodd-frank/trump-signs-bill-easing-u-s-bank-rules-into-law-idUSKCN1IP2WX)

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I don't really understand this question as you first discuss a cold war and immediately after you go to an actual military conflict. Frankly I think a real, expert answer would take hundreds of pages and I do not have the knowledge to write one even though I am very well-versed in US China relations. I would put my money on the US simply because it has a more robust economy, more advanced IP and can always import talent. Latin America is a very big potential market for outsourcing manufacturing and other needs which has not been fully exploited due to several (and big) reasons.

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They also hold a huge amount of patents and other IP from acquisitions.

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Google is garbage. It’s largest business line, search as mentioned above, which ultimately funded all the other business lines mentioned, was built off stolen IP. They ripped off netlist and are currently in the last mile of dragging out the lawsuit. Settlement is likely to be in the billions with very unfavorable licensing agreement (from googles perspective) going forward for Google to keep its monopoly on search engine.

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https://i.imgur.com/YyB7IP0.jpg That’s a direct link to his comment, not just the general weekend thread.

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I have one that another company sold into and then it went on expert market and gave the old owners shares. They can’t even do anything with the shares at this point so I’d imagine the people that sold would want their money back somehow. MYHI SNDD As long as the companies have good IP or revenue, it should be a no brainer.

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Here is an interesting thought experiment. Where do you build 6 to 10 more factories to get to 20 million per year? Europe? Where are you going to build it France, Spain, Italy, Greece or another in Germany? China? Do you really want to base the production of 4 million cars a year in a country that ignores IP protections and is likely to nationalize profitable business? India makes sense but doesn’t have the infrastructure to support EVs let alone standard ICE. Still one factory would probably not exceed internal demand. US? Every new factory is closer to Tesla becoming unionized. Brazil? Doesn’t have the infrastructure to support EVs. Mexico? Probably can get one factory but there is no infrastructure to support EVs in Mexico. Africa? No infrastructure and no demand. Remember for a market to be ready for EVs it needs a national power grid and a paved highway system. I only see locations for 4 new plants and none of them are ideal. Europe needs another plant but no country is ideal. North America could probably get two more plants but you are not opening a new market. China would be stupid to invest in because if you become too successful you might lose your investment. India is the only untapped market and it would require massive infrastructure investment. There is a reason Toyota doesn’t make more 10 million cars a year. Increasing your market is just not profitable after a point. At some point Elon is just going to get burned for over promising and under delivering.

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Sorry dude, the people sending people to war are not the people liking Chinese street fashion on tiktok. Algorithms aren't something magical to be feared. Take your point about tiktok knowing if I own a gun. Of course it knows, I live in a country with strict gun laws, I don't own a gun, tiktok knows my IP address, that's nothing to do with algorithms and it's not particularly useful if they want me to take to the streets and start a riot while wearing Chinese street fashion.

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I’d hold at this point. I considered shorting them since they’re slaughtering HBO Max. But figured the drawbacks would appease the st. It’s a long value play IMO, fantastic bank of IP that will pay off in the long run

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No but your IP address is married to you and once banned your sorry ass isn't supposed to be coming back. Pay up or GTFO

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Won't they get sued to shit? Isn't there a reason those other companies normally put their HQ into funny countries? Pretty easy for IP holders to sue a us listed Corp..

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I don’t they are good at selling stories and hype, but the space is riddled with IP trolls. Its messy and the whole regulation thing is another story

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​ It's a data transfer protocol. Like we have TCP/IP for sending data around the world, there will be one protocol for value. It isn't guaranteed that it will be bitcoin, as I said, there is a lot more work to be done. But there will be one. Bitcoin just has the talent pool. The other coins dont.

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Battle between forces of: 1. Overarching AT&T miasma that follows them 2. Bright spots of things like HBO who knew how to make a show, and the evergreen DC comics IP Can’t foresee whether WBD is uppies or downies next year. I just like other media stocks instead: * DIS for moat, bankrupt-proof * PARA for value despite Redstone loose cannon * LGF for takeover target, esp if can finally spin out Starz anchor

Boomer CEOs literally sold America's collective IP to China for a quarterly bonus, it doesn't get much worse than that.

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