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$GSTC Globestar Therapeutics (Multiple Sclerosis Biotech Clinical Trials)

Trading simulation website/app recommendations?

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TGTX short squeeze is underway prior to the December decision. Hope the momentum continues…

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2022-11-10 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Another Oil company to watch - $DK

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When TGTX MS Drug gets approved in December the squeeze will begin and the sky is the limit

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Best banking stock? JPM, BAC, MS, etc?

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Regard-level MS Paint skills on full display. Looking at SPXU or SPY Puts for a June expiration because JPow will do it again. Thoughts?

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2022-11-04 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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2022-11-03 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Morgan Stanley’s Wilson Says End of Fed Tightening Nearing

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Morgan Stanley’s Wilson Says End of Fed Tightening Nearing

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Banking Internship

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$MS Daily looks very clean...

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$MULN Acquires Distressed ELMS Assets in Bankruptcy, Including Indiana Factory Capable of Producing 50,000 Cars per Year

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Mastercard will help banks offer cryptocurrency transactions, do you think this move will have a positive effect on future sales of Mastercard?

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So much for MS big govt AR contract...

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Market Crash and Food Crisis YOLO Update 10/24

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

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Bear comments on Google: Ballmer-era Microsoft?

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$AVCT - Knowns and Unknowns - What's really going on here?

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The Trading Food Pyramid

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S&P 500 Will See 3000-3400 Later this Year, Morgan Stanley's Wilson Warns Again

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S&P 500 Will See 3000-3400 Later this Year, Morgan Stanley's Wilson Warns Again

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Market Crash and Food Crisis YOLO Update 9/23

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Network 1 Financial Securities Inc. has underwritten six US microcap IPOs this year that surged by an average 2,190% on their first day of trading (ATGX was one of them). That’s more than 250x the performance of offerings underwritten by GS, JPM and MS.

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$CLNN - Huge potential along with catalyst coming this week

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Market Crash and Food Crisis YOLO Update 9/16

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Market Crash and Food Crisis YOLO Update 9/9

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MarketSmith is free this week, no credit card required.

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Market Crash and Food Crisis YOLO Update 9/9

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Why I believe DOCU will tank following earnings this week all the way into 2023

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U & IS All-Stock Merger Arbitrage

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$VERU- Both Goldman Sachs And Morgan Stanley Heavily increased their positions by like millions of dollars $GS $MS

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$VERU- Both Goldman Sachs And Morgan Stanley Heavily increased their positions by like millions of dollars $GS $MS

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Is it worth to collect stocks in single platform?

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Market jump after Fed rate hike is a ‘trap,’ Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson warns investors

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TGTX is on the move. End of the year they will have a new MS drug approved and will only go higher. Start the squeeze now

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Inverse Jim Cramer performance = 26% CAGR

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SNY Sanofi makes the polio vaccine and just hit its 52 week low.

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$TWTR's Complaint Against Musk Contains Hints that $MS May Not Be Willing to Provide the Debt Necessary to Close the Deal. Under Musk's deal if Morgan Stanley walks he's not required to fund X Holdings I. Will the court risk this eventuality? PUTS ON TWITTER?

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Just Out: NervGen $NGENF Presentation PDF to Alzheimer's Association International Conference

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Morgan Stanley’s Slimmon Recommends August Bargain Hunting for Stocks

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NervGen $NGENF up 40% in 3 Days on news of 65% repair of damage in tests on Stroke Damage with NVG-291, but is this an underreaction?

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Help with Broker terms needed - omnibus account?

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Help with Broker terms needed - omnibus account?

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News: Breakthrough Drug Repairs 65% of Damage from Stroke in Animal Tests, First Ever Repair Documented. NervGen $NGENF. Previous documented repair of spinal injury and MS paralysis with same drug, Up 29% yesterday, it gapped up today but covered the gap

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NervGen $NGENF Huge News, Peer Reviewed Study, Stroke Damage Repaired 7 Days after Stroke

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Market jump after Fed rate hike is a ‘trap,’ Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson warns investors

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Atara (ATRA) buyout target with new MS blockbuster drug!

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Atara Biotherapeutics (ATRA) has potential for big investment returns! It's the cure for MS!!

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Call from Morgan Stanley Rep. Discussion

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TGTX is on the move and will go higher as the xbi rises. They are reporting in 27 June and want final approval this year.

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The bear market is far from over as recession risks rise, says Morgan Stanley (MS). Given the recent bounce in stocks, do you think the bear market is over?

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The bear market is far from over as recession risks rise, says Morgan Stanley (MS). Given the recent bounce in stocks and crypto, do you think the bear market is over?

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The bear market is far from over as recession risks rise, says Morgan Stanley (MS). Given the recent bounce in stocks and crypto, do you think the bear market is over?

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MS Windows giving me financial advice

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How to optimize your YOLO when you have no clue how squeezy it's gonna get?

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Optimizing long calls for squeeze-type events

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Morgan Stanley predicts S&P 500 trough today

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Does a pharmaceutical company that does business in Europe make less money with a strong dollar?

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Here is a Market Recap for today Thursday, July 14, 2022

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Trade Morgan Stanley Earning with Iron Butterfly

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Jim Cramer said last week: "May I suggest you buy Morgan Stanley... Citigroup has not enough activity, there's not enough IPO, that's why I like Morgan Stanley because its consistent." Now, Morgan Stanley misses analysts’ profit expectations

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(7/14) Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Jim Cramer said last week: "May I suggest you buy Morgan Stanley... Citigroup has not enough activity, there's not enough IPO, that's why I like Morgan Stanley because its consistent." Now, Morgan Stanley misses analysts’ profit expectations

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Morgan Stanley misses analysts’ profit expectations on worse-than-expected investment banking

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China getting ready for 2008 style foreclosure crisis?

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Does Anyone know what's going on with (SEEL) Seelos Theraputics?

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Market impact of Abe assassination, thoughts from GS, MS, and ME. My view: Liberal Democratic Party gains support in 10 Jul elections and moves ahead with Abenomics/hawkish foreign policy. Upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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Market impact of Abe assassination, thoughts from GS, MS, and ME. My view: Liberal Democratic Party gains support in 10 Jul elections and moves ahead with Abenomics/hawkish foreign policy. Upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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Do you think energy stocks are still a good buy?

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Morgan Stanley says energy stocks are the best bet in the market right now.

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Morgan Stanley says energy stocks are the best bet in the market right now.

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If you post technical analysis, post the loss or gain porn

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RIP MS-DIS-JNJ-SBUX - Jim Cramer picks 4 ‘buyable’ stocks to snap up after ugly market days

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Here is a seriously interesting small cap biotech in Phase IIb/III clincial trials for rare diseases with a addressable market of US $4.1 billion ...have a look at Antiense Therapeutics Limited (ASX: $ANP; FSE: $AWY)

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RIP MS-DIS-JNJ-SBUX - Jim Cramer picks 4 ‘buyable’ stocks to snap up after ugly market days

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Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson or JP Morgan's Marko Kolanovic, which analyst do you agree with?

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$AMD on a Times Square billboard last night

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$AMD on a Times Square billboard last night

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Morgan Stanley says SPX could fall a further 23% to 2,900. Do you agree?

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Stock market is not fully pricing in a looming recession, warns Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson

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Stop it

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Happy News, Today Got My 2nd 50 Bagger Ever, and How Buying the Most Undervalued or Best Risk/Reward Stocks Can Give You a Big Edge

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NervGen Regenerates Neurons, What Is A Drug That Reverses Paralysis, MS, Stroke And Alzheimer's Worth?

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Charles Gasparino REFERED TO MOTLEY FOOL on Twitter IT'S LIKE THE SEC VIDEO....HE SEARCHED HIS DD

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PATRIOT DRILLS 70.1 M OF 2.22% LI2O INCLUDING AN INTERVAL 40.7 M OF 3.01% LI2O IN FIRST DRILL HOLE TO TEST THE CV1 PEGMATITE AT THE EAST END OF THE WINTER DRILLING CORRIDOR AT THE CORVETTE PROPERTY, QUEBEC

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As of 12:30 Eastern Time, bank stocks rose collectively, and JMP, BAC, and C rose more than 7%? why?

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PATRIOT DRILLS 1.17% LI2O OVER 33.8 M AND 0.85% LI2O OVER 56.6 M, EXTENDING MINERALIZATION ALONG TREND AND DOWN-DIP

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What do people think of AMZN?

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FSD Pharma (HUGE: CSE / HUGE: NASDAQ) announces closing of the sale of the Cobourg facility. Now the company can focus wholly on biotech with its 3 drug candidates.

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Morgan Stanley analyst report - initiating coverage on HOOD

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This is a huge turnaround story - HUGE: CSE / HUGE: NASDAQ

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This is a turnaround story - currently trading near cash - HUGE NASDAQ / HUGE: CSE

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Because I got sick of the 'no time for puts' meme. Gimme calls on MS Paint.

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'Wall Street sees greater risk of default by major banks'

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This is an explosive short squeeze opportunity - HUGE: CSE / HUGE: NASDAQ

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You know GS and MS are manipulators right? Take a look back at some of their past projections.....

Mentions:#GS#MS

Interesting you felt that as the cayenne lists like a battleship. Having actually raced my MS I'll tell you my experience was different.

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> Also everyone stopped caring after Microsoft paid the fine. It was like a 1 time business fee. Also, IIRC part of the settlement was MS investing in Apple and a few other companies. This is why Office for Mac came about. A) It demonstrated that MS was willing to port their core Office apps to other platforms (ie: mend their ways and not force people to only use Windows). B) It served to protect their investment in Apple by giving the still somewhat struggling company a big boost. MS might have actually come out ***ahead*** on all of that debacle in the long run.

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Certainly! And this was part of MS's argument, but they ultimately lost. If you look at the findings of fact (which didn't get overturned when the case was overturned on appeal), you'll note that the judge found that MS had 90+% market share in the x86 computing segment (95+ for the previous 5 years). Even including Apple's hardware, MS was still @ 80+% market share. Apple aren't even _close_ to that level of domination. They're not even the [majority of devices](https://gs.statcounter.com/os-market-share) sold or [OS used](https://gs.statcounter.com/vendor-market-share/mobile).

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MS controlled basically the entire market share for browsers, and their actions were "anti-competitive" vis-a-vis paying PC makers to make IE the default browser and nagging people to switch back to IE. Similar thing happened with their massive market share in PC operating systems (Windows). Neither situation applies to this case. Apple doesn't dominate the market for mobile phones, so they fall short of the first requirement. Apple aren't engaged in "anti-competitive" behavior, as far as we know. They aren't for example, paying T-Mobile to install safari mobile and make it the default browser.

Mentions:#MS#IE

Just flat out wrong. You don't have a choice with the consoles. You've gotta pay. MS or Sony isn't letting you sell on their console for free. This is basic stuff.

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I think you're missing the point of what he said. I love Linux, but we have to admit that Windows has an overwhelming majority over market share for desktop operating systems. And for most people, no, they can't simply switch - many of their business apps won't be readily available to use on Linux, and they have neither the knowledge to even switch to a different OS or use it on a daily basis. To further back this up, Microsoft has indeed gotten in legal trouble before for being a monopoly, so that other user is 100% correct in their analogy. Steam is different. It isn't a "platform" in the sense of what we're talking about. There are many, many online stores and shops you can use to buy games besides steam, and you can even use multiple at the same time. This ease of switching simply doesn't exist on that same level with regard to any OS. So the comparison is: Apple charging 30% on everything you buy is just like MS charging 30% on everything you buy on Windows, and they're right. But in fact, it's so much worse, because on iOS devices even the most technical people usually don't have an alternative OS to switch to. Most people's best option would be to switch to an Android device, and then they'd essentially lose everything that they bought through Apple. At least in the desktop OS analogy you don't have to buy an entire new computer just to switch to a different OS. So yes, Apple's app store is most definitely a monopoly.

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You forgot the most important step: At the end of your post, add MS Paint stick figure pictures comparing what you would look like if you had or hadn't invested. The hadn't invested guy should be sitting alone with a cloud raining on him The guy that invested should be in the sun surrounded by girls and bags with $ signs on them.

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> Apple could raise it to 40% in response for new apps and nobody could do anything about it. That isn't true. Once the right people catch wind of this they will go after them like the EU and others went after MS for Internet Explorer. What's funny is I remember back in the day over things like that people called them M$ despite these components being free. Yet people are willing to give apple all the leeway they want on this, just like they get it for their slave labor, because they are trendy.

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Yes, but MS OS at that time had over 75% market share (desktops and laptops). App store on iPhone and Apple computers are not even close to 50% market share

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Microsoft OS had over 75% (or higher IIRC) market share that's why the monopoly argument was valid and MS changed their platform. Applestore is less than 50% market share right now, so it's not a monopoly.

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Sorry. I was talking about MS Xbox App Store. My bad for not being specific.

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First time using MS paint?

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Well that was my expectation as well, but hearing it from MS on cnbc, makes me think it will be the opposite, hmmm… though decision🤔🤪

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So MS says 4.5 but the fed governors say 5-7% who would I believe???

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> TROW Jan 20, 2023 130/125 put spread, which I was able to close for $273 credit, or MS Dec 16, 2022 92/90 put spread, which I was able to close for $103 credit. So you are using credit vs. net loss at expiration for r/r? Most people use credit vs. collateral, which is why I was doubtful. > plan to hold to expiration day (and close that day) in most cases, That runs the risk of early assignment on the day before expiration. But you are right, in most cases the long leg will cover most of the cost of assignment. You are in trouble if you hit a short term downdraft, like falls 20% one day, get assigned, then rises 30% the next market open, making your long put OTM and worth less before you can trade it in. Overall, this is the kind of trade that works great, until it doesn't.

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Examples would be: TROW Jan 20, 2023 130/125 put spread, which I was able to close for $273 credit, or MS Dec 16, 2022 92/90 put spread, which I was able to close for $103 credit. If the short put is ITM I find it pretty common to get better than 1:1. Often, the long put will be ATM or one strike in or out of the money. I plan to hold to expiration day (and close that day) in most cases, unless I am at a significant profit (like 80%) or my trend thesis is obviously failing. Mostly, I'm trading $2 to $5 spreads to keep risk fairly low. I would never keep the trade open after close of trading on expiration day to avoid the risk of an after-hours move. As I understand it, if I'm assigned early, the long put would still protect me against a drop in the stock price. I'm prepared to take the capital requirement risk in the event of an early assignment. This is a trade I'm still testing, but it makes sense to me, especially if I open the trade during a pullback on a stock that has a strong and clearly trending daily/weekly chart.

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>”Massive captive audience” as if that’s a good thing? Uh, yeah? Wtf lol? If I am making an app, and Apple has a massive audience, that’s worth paying 30% for. >You know you font get that audience for free No shit dumb dumb, that’s what you’re paying 30% for >You have to pay to get your app seen You pay to get access to their audience, yep >That’s not innovation. Apple isn’t inventing anything Nobody said they were kid. I said you pay 30% for a massive captive audience. >You know you can literally point your browser anywhere you want and get software from vendors Uhhhh and? >If MS was still in control of the browser, you wouldn’t have that same freedom and we never would have had the explosion of web apps today. Lol what is this word vomit? Microsoft is 100% in charge of internet explorer.. >Do you get it now? Nope because what you said itself doesn’t make any sense. >Twitter is not “fighting for the little guy” Right, I already told you that they weren’t and you tried to argue they were. I see you’re backing down now >But these restrictions hurt the little guys the most. Uhhh, what restrictions? You mean paying to get their captive audience? That’s not a restriction kid >If twitter wins, innovation wins. Uhhhh nope? This story isn’t about innovation. It’s that Elon Musk is upset Apple isn’t advertising on Twitter anymore.

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"Massive Captive Audience" as if that is a good thing? You know you can literally point your browser anywhere you want right now on your laptop and get software from a variety of vendors. If MS was still in control of the browser (Internet Explorer) you wouldn't have that same freedom and we would have never had the explosion of web applications we have to day. Do you get it now? Twitter is not "fighting for the little guy", but these restrictions hurt the little guys the most. If Twitter wins, innovation wins.

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I can’t believe you guys still listen to crap people who come on television like MS and basically give a good explanation on why today, this week or month market is up or down..also same people have reason on why it could go up or down basically they are shit and they know it but they have to predict as they get paid for it..I would caution OP everything you know all your thesis is past if you know so does every other good mind in investing and if you know it it’s prices in..there will be no 6% terminal rate somebody will fall and the whole thing has to reverse mind my words..and look at me hahah predicting 😂

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Yet for some reason their investors and analysts are cream of the crop. Have a look at LinkedIn and they’re mostly Ivy League —> GS/MS or Evercore/PJT RSSG —> Blackstone/KKR/Apollo/Silver Lake Flagship funds. I wonder why they even bother to hire such brilliant candidates if they end up outsourcing due diligence to Bain & Company.

Only 5% of cars sold are Tesla, trust me…Elon’s Starlink phone will end-up like the MS Zune.

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I love MS Paint. What brush is that? Windows 95 user here.

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The issue here is that AAPL is a liberal shit hole of a company. DNC loves Big Tech and the censorship so they will protect AAPL regardless of the fact that Apple has a monopoly on the storefront for downloading apps to their phones. It would be like Microsoft saying you can only download from the MS store...

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Doesn't MS own Linkedin?

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First, monopolies are not illegal. Second, read the doj case to learn what microsoft actually did that was a problem https://www.justice.gov/atr/us-v-microsoft-proposed-findings-fact-0 Apple isn't even coming close to MS in terms of anti-competitive behavior. The one thing that apple could take a hit on is charging its full app store fee where it has direct competitors (music and tv).

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MS takes 30% on Xbox.

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Why did MS get antitrust lawsuit?

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I believe Microsoft and Valve charge 12%? MS definitely dropped it for Xbox Store devs.

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Windows Phone says hi from the landfills. I guess with Elon's MO he might actually buy the platform from MS just to sell to his fanboys rebranded as Cyberfone or some other dorky name.

Mentions:#MO#MS

This, ppl think im insane for buying a MS but my wife and i both are both professionals and we live in the bay and have moderatly high incomes. So a third or a quarter of oir annual salary for a car isnt bad, especially since i cant fix shit and hate gas stations. But back in my hometown, avg wage is 60 to 80k for a "good job" i see ppl buying 60 70 80k trucks because they work in "construction" or in the "field" like wouldnt you want a beater and not something that costs your entire salary?

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Hello investing community, Quick snapshot of the situation: \* 30, M, living in Ireland (Tax residency), with Italian passport \* employed, 150K a year \* mortgage, 500 euro a month \* $20K invested in stocks on eToro \* planning on opening a VWCE on a new broker (IBKR or Degiro) \* have a company stock development plan with Morgan Stanley Now: Q1: what are the options for moving these invested funds from eToro to the new broker? Q2: DeGiro has VWCE (my target ETF) in the list of ETF you can buy free of charge once a month. Is there any DeGiro fee I am missing ? Is DEGIRO better for this use case than IBKR? Q3: Should I consider selling my stocks on MS and re-invest everything in IBKR? Thank you in advance!

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MS could still end up being right with a solid Santa rally.

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You couldn’t be more wrong about Zoom. A bazillion people aren’t on MS any more, Google meet sucks, so all the non MS people use Zoom and will continue to.

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You are missing something. Not sure where you are seeing this losing $10 mill a year. But the company acquired a patent for MS therapy. New management has come in to get that to clinical trials. Which it seems it has.

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So if I say “MS”, am I referring to Mazdaspeed, Mercedes S class or Tesla Model S? You see why semantics matter? BMW was making the M3 only about 40 fucking years before the Model 3 came out.

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I'd say MS was close enough based on what was known at the time, taking the implied FED rate hikes and "transitory" inflation narrative at face value at the beginning of the year, plus the Russia-Ukraine War was still considered a "training exercise". The rest of them, though, are pure hopeium.

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Someone was playing with MS Paint this evening

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After two years of negotiations with Microsoft, the joint committee of the German federal data protection authority and 17 state regulators (DSK) published a devastating statement that essentially says that organizations currently cannot use MS365 in a lawful way under the GDPR. RIP Satya

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MS-13 are recruiting 🌈 🐻s to do all the 🌈 shit

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The trick is to always use cross platform apps. That makes it easier to change phones. I generally use MS 365 apps (even onedrive for cloud storage) that work on Macs, iPhone, Android and PC too.

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For today, MS showed a nice breakout after three days with tight ranges. MS 91c Open: $0.04 Close: $0.16 **300% profit** 👀 [Pics or it didn't happen](https://imgur.com/a/mp58u6N)

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If someone doesn't draw a red circle in MS paint, I have no fucking clue what I'm looking at

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so he got one wrong, they still nurture and develop in house. And not those in house companies have made games on other consoles as far as I can remember. AB, is a different beast with its multiplatform games, even if MS keeps games on Sony, the amount of raw revenue data they can get between consoles for AAA is still damaging

Mentions:#AB#MS#AAA

There's a 95% chance it'll go through, I'd watch Hoeg Law on Youtube (actual Corporate M&A lawyer) he's been covering this from the start Basically regulators will let the deal pass but they're going to want concessions and the FTC is prepping a law suit to get those conditions The FTC would lose badly in court but neither they nor MS want to go to court, MS has already agreed to let COD stay on Playstation for 10 years and even bring it to Switch

Mentions:#FTC#MS

I mean they can lobby as much as they want, the arguments they've presented so far have been terrible Also you realize MS and pretty much every sizable company on Earth has lobbyist

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even I know this is horseshit lol the deal is absolutely going through, worse case scenario they'll ask MS for concessions

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Its going to go through, most likely they'll ask for concessions in which MS has already agreed to let COD stay on Playstation for 10 years and even bring it to Switch

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Its going to go through, most likely they'll ask for concessions in which MS has already agreed to let COD stay on Playstation for 10 years and even bring it to Switch

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The amount of stuff Activision has would make MS bank

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The amount of stuff Activision has would make MS bank

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Well that guy is mistaken so I apologize. Several banks including MS wrote debt for this without additional tesla shares as collateral because Elon has so many shares up for collateral already

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Sony does that far more than Microsoft and even Sony is starting to put more of its catalogue out on PC. Really, the people who want to play an overlap of games from MS and Sony should consider buying a gaming rig, which would be about the cost of two consoles.

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Like the UK was? Remind me how the UK is doing again... Things change, empires slowly crumble and fall. USA is the king for now, but as things are outsourced and new companies rise the US hold on the market lessens. Don't kid yourself, Apple and MS would move their seat tomorrow if they saw it profitable. Samsung isn't even American etc.

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So wouldn’t MS want TSLA to go down? So if twitter defaults they get more shares?

Mentions:#MS#TSLA

No, they gave Musk a $3B loan to buy twitter, likely using his shares as collateral. Those shares have dumped, so now MS wants to make them worth more so Musk won't have to pledge more shares and lower the stock price even more. Cuz that's what is about to occur.

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If MS made an initial investment, they recouped their investment long ago. You think they stayed in it at $1100 pre split?

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MS and Citi probably has a large holding of Tesla and need to prop it up until they sell it.

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They’re not talking about a collateralized tesla shares loan. They’re taking about the $13 bil debt round financed by multiple banks to help make this purchase. Of which MS was a party to.

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It's completely crazy how this wakes up the Antitrust bureaucrats. Have they even seen what Apple is doing for example? Talk about a worrying and oppressive market share in like 8+ wide industry fields... So crazy that Sony is able to rally the regulators on this case, to keep a competitor down. This just reeks of making up some case so the FTC doesn't look completely useless. I don't think the regulators have a reasonable case, especially when Microsoft has offered to address the issues raised. Bigger worry to me is though that MS might themselves throw in the towel if the regulators keep making the deal worse. MS loses the $2 billion in any failure scenario regardless, but could be worth avoiding the headache soon if they have to agree to everything Sony wants.

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It's just a rumour for now, without credible sources so far. The Politico rumour also comes conveniently on a quiet short trading week. This sort of "shakedown" articles is commonplace. IMO the monopoly angle is overblown. The prospectus has specific language stating that big franchises such as CoD or WoW will NOT be made MS-platform exclusive, which would be the greater danger. Even then, there are plenty of exclusive content on all platforms, it's not like there is a shortage of first person shooters either. Looking at FTC merger block track record, this merger seems ... small, to put a word to it. They even failed to block the American Airlines/US Airways merger which was arguably way more market concentration.

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But u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash cause GS, JPM and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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Microsoft should fight this hard. There is no antitrust issue here. An Antitrust issue would occur if will MS gained controlling interest in Apple or a majority of Linux OS's, not a gaming company.

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But u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash guys cause GS, JPM and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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I have massive stocks in MS, Netflix and SN. Why should MS & SN Crash? Netflix i might gonna sell soon..

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That plus the MS vote of confidence last night. Double whammy

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u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash guys cause GS and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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Oh thanks a bunch! I already have Morgan Stanley and TD Ameritrade accounts. I'll see if they offer those. Hopefully the MS one does, since that's where a lot of my cash is. The only drawback is that there are no fractional shares offered there. So just to be clear, the two funds you listed are mostly composed of bonds, so they just have a fixed return? Can they go down like a regular fund, even though they're based on bonds? What's appealing about bonds right now is that everything is tanking and bonds are locked. Plus my cash has lost what, 13% value already over the last year? It's crazy!

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El Salvador only went into Bitcoin to make MS13 rich.

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MS-13 like the street gang? Lol

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MS-13 was bearish on El Salvador and FTX

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Why? I don't think it's likely but looking at the rules both in EU and USA the MS - ATVI deal should be much harder to get past regulators than a hypothetical Apple - Disney merger. They're hardly even competitors, if you merge the user bases of Disney+ and Apple+ it would still be smaller than Netflix or Prime (and Apple+ is in single digits anyway). Does Disney have anything similar to iTunes because I really can't think of any other products that overlap in anyway...

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lol what in the MS Word is this? why is net income and opex the only factors in your calucations ?

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That bearish MS report was prob what the market need to hit 410 😂

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Curious what your views are on the best cannabis stocks at this time? I’ve been hearing a couple of different things one is from people like Alan Brockstein who says he’s not buying any tier 1 MS owes at this time, but he prefers ancillaries. Others say stick with tier 1 because they’re the most financially healthy and will survive. How do you say tier twos and tier threes have much more potential for big gains. Personally, I have mostly tier ones and I’m holding the Poseidon fund, which is almost entirely tier one, plus Terrascend, Marimed as well as intercure and avant.

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Yeah it's really team dependent and org dependent but generally speaking SDE's at MS and Google are working fewer hours a week than at Amazon and the total compensation reflect this. The only companies that get away with low TC + high hours are the ones that have a higher calling. People are working weekends to get to Mars at SpaceX.

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Mike WIlson with MS calling for stocks to reach new lows in first quarter of 2023. Is he right?

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Yes Skype is MS. Ms is killing skype

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I love teams. We’ve been using it the whole time. If you’re already buying MS Office subs, teams is easy to integrate.

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i think you're misunderstanding how equity markets work. say you hold 1 share of apple in your robinhood brokerage account. what that really means is at the dtcc (or what you are calling the nscc here, but its the same entity) this corporation, holds all the us equity shares of all public companies. they maintain a database that says who every share belongs to, so in this database there is an entry /u/drisslikethis owns 1 share of apple at account abc123 at robinhood whose master account is xyz345 when you sell that share to me, your account at robinhood is debited the share (your position is zero) and my account at fidelity is credited the 1 share. but what really happens is the dtcc updates their database and says account abc123 and robinhood xzy345 sold 1 share to account sss444 at fidelity account bla454. and thats it. so the amount of margin that robinhood charges you, is slightly more than the amount of margin that the dtcc charges robinhood for their overall aggregate position. the amount of margin required is based on how volatile the given stock has historically been, higher the volatility, more the margin dtcc charges robinhood, the more robinhood charges you. (this is for all brokers) what happens when a stock goes from not so volatility to suddenly very volatile is that the dtcc will go to the brokers and say 'okay we need more margin'. brokerages maintain a large cash position so that they can immediatly send this excess margin to the dtcc and then go ask their clients for it (essentially a timing mismatch, dtcc wants more margin now, the brokerage has to go ask customers for it, which takes a day or two). what happened with robinhood is that the dtcc asked for more margin, and it was more then robinhoods total current cash reservers, so they had to raise money immediately to give to the dtcc (so they could go get that money from its investors) robinhood did not have the money, they tried to borrow it, but eventually struck a deal with the dtcc that said 'okay we will give you what we have (\~1.5b if memory serves me) and then we will not allow our GME position to increase (aka we will nto allow clients to buy more) until we can raise the cash, and of course, if we decrease our position (our clients sell) then we might be okay, so we will keep letting clients sell positions. this was not unique to robinhood (i have a schwab account, and schwab sent out several notices saying how margin around GME was increased substantially) the dtcc raised margin requirements for all brokerages, its just that schwab, fidelity, vanguard etc, have a stronger cash position and were able to bridge the timing mismatch, while robinhood, was not. thats the basic story. ​ to speak to your second point about payment for orderflow, robinhood (or any other broker) isn't giving your order up to someone else to go trade it (if you want to buy, RH doesnt go to citadel and say 'we want to buy one share, go find a seller and collect a fee'. what the market makers are doing is selling you the share, you're trading against them. theyre not executing the order for you against someone else, they are the someone else. citadel has a brokerage account somewhere (MS, GS, JPM, Barclays) and when you go and buy a share of apple on robinhood, and citadel sells it to you, their account at MS is debited 1 share of apple and yours is credited one share at the dtcc. i think you dont really understand this point so im trying to make it clear what theyre doing here. when talking about options, this works the exact same way as equities (but the option clearing corp OCC instead of dtcc) . if you buy an option your account at the occ is credited one option, and someone else's is debited one. you are not making a bi-lateral bet against a hedgefund, youre trading on a public exchange. robinhood's credit and counterparty risk is with the OCC, not the person who make the other side of the transaction. that person (the hedgefund in your example) has an account at say GS, and their account is debited one option at the OCC. GS counterparty risk is with the OCC, not robinhood, just like robinhoods is. make sense ? this is obvi simplified for an explanation, the details are a lot more nuanced.

I have driven a Tesla MS for like 5 years. I charge at home. I charge on the road, in just about every condition. Tesla’s chargers are superior in every way but it still takes time. Even going to 75% takes about 30-45 mins. And there are absolutely times you need to top it off to avoid driving out of your way for the next leg, especially in winter. It’s not stupid, it’s reality. Even if it took 15 minutes for an average charge, which is incredibly generous, the infrastructure is far behind what assumed future sales would be. Imagine an ICE gas station that took 15 minutes at each pump. It would be chaos. I’m always going to root for Tesla. I’ve obviously invested a substantial amount of my own money in their product. But I’m objective about the company.

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Every new car does OTA updates. Just because someone does a frequent release doesn’t automatically make them a software company. Also, developing software for a car primarily doesn’t make it a software company. Secondly, the software they produce can’t be monetized the same way as the software produced by Apple or MS. Super computer? Again, just because someone is trying to do develop software doesn’t automatically make them a software company. Case in point, Apple has been trying to build a car. That doesn’t make it a car company. It will once it can develop and actually monetize it. The point is about valuation. It doesn’t matter how one classifies Tesla. Can they meet the expectations of current valuation? It seems unlikely as the only revenue Tesla currently has is from cars and that line of business can’t grow at the growth rate baked into stock price.

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10 most dangerous cities in the US: 1. St. Louis, MO 2. Jackson, MS 3. Detroit, MI 4. New Orleans, LA 5. 5. Baltimore, MD 6. Memphis, TN 7. Cleveland, OH 8. Baton Rouge, LA 9. Kansas City, MO 10. Shreveport, LA ALL DEMOCRAT-RAN HELLHOLES FOR DECADES

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