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SYTA is working to develop next generation cellular amplifiers for military and receiving orders for SD7 launched 2 months ago. Low float and only 16 mln cap. mrkt.. Capital increase last month 20 mln.. Fundamentals are important in a red market like this.
#premarket #watchlist 12/07 $SYTA -Siyata Mobile Receives $1.3M Purchase Order for SD7 Ruggedized Devices and Accessories, $JZXN - Jiuzi New Energy Forms Cooperative Relationship with a Regional EV, $TESS - no news... Any trading ideas? Welcome in comments! Also check my app!
I've invested heavily into galactic tech. Star Destroyer (SD) was up big on the successful testing of it's planet destroying machine. Of course some fucking protestors got in and managed to actually blow the damn thing up, now I'm down near 100%.
https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/09/13/550674476/san-diego-washing-streets-with-bleach-to-combat-hepatitis-a-outbreak Still gonna say I was being disingenuous? I literally live in SD my whole life. Almost 8 years in downtown.
I guess different strokes for different folks. You’re being disingenuous by making it seem like people are walking all around LA or SD and shitting everywhere. You happened to live right by a homeless camp which is why you saw that. Everywhere else in the city is beautiful which is why it’s so expensive to live here, demand. And yes, per capita, drugs are much worse in the rural south.
I live in SD and, yeah, there are bad parts. In a city of 1.5m people you’re gonna have a some bad areas. I’m from the south and I think it’s much worse there. Drug addicts everywhere. I feel the need to watch my back more in the south, where I grew up, than I do in LA or SD.
I left cali. San Fran and LA are shitholes. SD is still ok but it’s recently been gathering more and more shit on the streets. Not a joke, I lived at the Alexan by petco park. Suburbs are nice but the city is absolute shit. Drug addicts everywhere. Downtown LA looks like the walking dead, fucking zombies everywhere
There are awesome things in CA, and prenatal care is great for sure! We could definitely do better. My parents loved it, but it’s just way too expensive for most to have a good life. My dad was a priest and my mom taught at a private school in the SD area. After my dad retired, they couldn’t afford to stay but definitely would have stayed if they could. Instead, they got a 3500 sq ft home here on a lake. It’s just a whole different economic situation. We have our issues for sure like every state does, but I was just trying to say the free college for low income students, lower COL, and low taxes make it easier for people to be comfortable. Just going to throw out my small 300k city has the 4th largest Burmese population in the country, and we have been bringing in a lot of Afghans as well. Hoping to do the same with the Ukrainian refugees. Catholic Charities does outstanding refugee work. I linked us below. We have an A in diversity, have won All American city several times, and our real estate is ranked third in the country (we had been #1 for a few years). Our crime rate is a little sucky though due to us being in the cross roads between Chicago, Detroit, and Indianapolis. Can’t win at everything though right? Lol. Anyway, Indiana is not backwards just like CA isn’t crazy. We are all just very different by state which is why I’m such a huge states’ rights proponent. Diversity of choice is what is so great about America. :) https://www.niche.com/places-to-live/fort-wayne-allen-in/
Yeah, 120K salary from one partner while the other stays home to take care of the kids is definitely doable in some states but sadly not others. I'm finally hitting the 100K+ salary range but due to my high cost of housing/living area (San Diego, ugh), it seems nearly impossible to buy a home at current prices (just hit 975K average home price in SD county), even taking into account my SO who is currently in the 60-70K salary range, so combined of 160-175K, home ownership seems like a pipedream. I couldn't even imagine how much worse the situation would be if we had kids to worry about.
There is no information whether the trial being done is pilot or advanced stage. To get a good enough SD , n=120 is minimum and that is for pilot study only. With 100 , the SD can’t be satisfactory. I don’t think the study will even pass peer review
Adding a macro indicator is still using past to predict future. > The point of it is that nobody can really predict a fundamental underlying change that completely breaks the trend, **but you can identify essentially normal variation.** The problem is that you can’t tell the difference between “normal variation” and “permanent trend bucking” until after the fact. If you sell because this model crosses the 3SD line, and then tremendous growth follows fueled by technological advancements that cause the 1.1^time equation to become 1.15^time, then you just miss out on tremendous gains. Ultimately, I have no issue with someone using a model that uses the past to predict the future — as long as they are willing to **accept the risk** that the future will be different enough that it will fuck up their plan. Honestly, we all are doing this to an extent. Buying index funds and not touching them is basically having faith that the past performance of indices is somewhat indicative of future returns, even if not precise and exact. There’s an expectation among every investor that positive returns and growth will continue — otherwise they wouldn’t be buying!
Yes, but the algorithm is there. 1, 2 or 3 standard deviation already incorporated in Bollinger Band. Of course you can’t use it like a Sec announcement is in 1 day or two. It should be very predictable Iron condor for short legs the be set outside of short legs and long legs be another 5-10 points outside 3 SD. If you want to mitigate the loss you can of course, you can set stop loss above and below the premium you collect.
The hepatitis outbreak is actually related to a pedophile ring that has been pimping the same child out on Instagram for the last 6 months. An HIV+ patient contracted this mutated form of hepatitis after sleeping with a hooker at the last CPAC event in an orgy involving Mike Pence's wife and 3 other senators. After he went back to his pizza parlor in Fargo, SD, he was filmed raping the child prostitute and infecting them and then shipping the child out in time for the after-IPO party of Pepgen, a Republican super PAC front company, where the kid proceeded to infect a dozen other members of the party who then went home to NC and infected their children via acts of sexual abuse.
SPY was volatile but VIX deflated.. personally purchased puts EOD yesterday with Vix making a 2 SD move.. The above example was just that.. I tend to adjust my SL/TP percentages based on where VIX is... making them wider the higher volatility is
Considering ad revenue for Hulu generates roughly 1/3 of its revenue, Netflix adding ad-enabled subscriptions has the potential to boost their revenue substantially. And realistically, they need to ditch the SD service. Nobody wants to see 480p content when it's almost impossible to find TVs lower than 720p these days, and not even MacGyver wants to deal with getting Netflix to run on a tube TV.
Your puts are going to make you fat loads of money, Powell is making a big policy mistake tightening into an economic slow down. Growth in USA went from 7% to 0%. Oil spiked dramatically and is making lower highs, yen, eur and currencies are collapsing relative to the SD. The 10-2 year yield spread inverted signaling recession. Powell is going to hike and he is going to break something just as he did 2018. Nasdaq VOL is trending higher when VOL trends upwards above 30, thats were perma BULLs go to die. Everything gets a correlation of 1 and sells of at such levels. So sit on right with puts you are going to bank it on a fat green
Judging by the apocryphal comments I'd say the misleading headlines worked! "Oh no, Netflix is talking about adding new subscription tiers with ads that would have 0 impact on my existing subscription just like Hulu has for years, so I better cancel it now!" Beginning to think those making the most noise either never had a subscription or were using other's all this time and are afraid of then cracking down on password sharing. Like, shit, I remember when I could only watch Comcast in HD on one TV in the house, because you paid specifically for the HD-capable box over the SD versions. Like, we live in a golden age of decentralized TV/film consumption and it's awesome. Calm tf down.
I think adding multiple subscription options and a commercial plan for cheap is excellent. Spotify and Hulu have similar offerings and Netflix has a lot more to offer. Want SD, HD, or 4K? Pay up. Want to download for offline use. Get the add on. Netflix may be losing customers but it’s because of increasing competition. Don’t think for one second that in a few years (or less), other competitors will not follow and do the same thing when they too start to face user acquisition issues.
VHS tape looks surprisingly sharp on a higher end CRT (think a sony trinitron instead of a typical slot mask like most sets had) But yeah… there’s just no benefit at all to go back to that. I mean SVHS was developed for a reason. If you want to stick to pure analogue and not deal with the compression artifacts that DVDs have then there’s also laserdisc. Or you could go all out, get a 1080p->480i down converter and watch Blu-rays on an SD CRT. I have a vhs and watch tapes on it sometimes- it’s fun to hear the clicking of the player and feel the physical thunk as I put the tape in. But I literally only do that to have something on in the background… That would never be my preferred way to consume content.
>OK, the above example of FB already broke your point: risk is correctly factored into the option price. It broke nothing. The risk is factored in. **You are mistaking a single occurrence with probability & distribution**. That too in hindsight. It's like saying after winning a lottery that everyone should buy lottery tickets. Statistically that's a losing game. **Even GAMMA risk included it's a statistically losing game** \- I was pointing to recovery issues with your example because you gave an example with incorrect position sizing. That is, the change one needs to make is position sizing when dealing with high gamma. It means, even selling weekly options, statistically one would not lose money. But it also means if one does not manage sizing, the draw down in case of tail event might be more catastrophic. **These are two different issues**. ​ >Telling the truth some hedge funds do use that strategy with a reasonable allocation Black swan funds. You should look them up and their general returns and success rate. But, forget funds, why don't you do it since you believe it. After all, it costs n ​ >As for your example of bus hit. My point is actually num-3: go out and be simply careful. To avoid a 60x loss is simply being careful. No it's not. Since you have the data - feel free to pick any 10 S&P stocks at random and test their 1SD strangles for last 7 years. Don't just point at 1 trade and say - hah gotcha. Selling credit spreads is tail risk avoidance. But you subject yourself to different risk, just like the num 1 and 2, where the form of the risk(inconvenience) changes. I would recommend you do backtests(over all data and not just 10 trades) to understand where the risk is and how to manage it else you'd end up with half information which is subpar at best and dangerous at worst.
SD here. Crime is rampant. CA made a law where theft of less than 900$ is just a ticket... and the fine is "based on your income". So homeless people can pretty much steal anything Also now you can put a note in your vehicle (usually a shitty RV) saying it is your domicile and it cannot be towed away
Sure and the median is a far better measure for determining how most people are doing since it’s guaranteed that are worse than that and half are better. Better still is to have medians and the standard deviation, but we don’t have SD here. With it you could determine exactly what percentage of households are say, 1 SD or 2 SD away from the median.
I always see this but I do about 50 - 60 orders a year through Amazon and have never had a knockoff. I've even ordered a bunch of Micro SD cards and check them and none have been knock offs. I could be lucky or maybe it's just the items I buy.
Is it advisable to buy OTM calls? As compared to what? If it's as compared to ATM calls, then yes - because you would probably lose less money buying the OTM ones than the near the money or ATM ones. ​ >The price is quite cheap but the open interest is relatively high Cheap compared to what? And even if something's cheap, why would it be profitable? Also, why would a high open interest combined with an option being cheap make it profitable? What's the reasoning? My suggestion - firstly, do the trade. You don't learn by sitting on the sidelines. But there's about a 65% chance that you'll lose. But at least you'll probably learn something. Having said that, you are going about this all wrong. You need to develop a hypothesis based on logical reasoning and then back test to see whether it's somewhat matching with expectations. And then build upon it to make that trade better. What you wrote in your post is throwing darts in the dark and asking other people if it will stick. Fun fact: Buying monthly nifty 1SD calls over the last 7 years(from 2015) have been profitable. However, 75% of the profit came in 2020-21 raging bull run. Think you can make a viable business out of that, even though back tests suggests positively?
defaults will come from mom and pop investors who went full in trying to rent now homes for 4k a month, in areas where people 2 years ago could afford only 2k a month. when they cant find renters they will sell or default. with mortgage rates so hard, there will be problem to sell. 25% of homes went to investors last year, sooo ... also 300k more homes will be completed this year compared to last year. thats additional inventory. if rent is high people go and rent rooms, instead of condos/homes. who do the investors rent then to, to pay their mortgage? also there are some airbnb scary pictures from NOLA and SD how 1/3 of housing is swamped with airbnbs ...
Do not understand why we don’t have many common sense fixes like this. Programmatically, I can’t imagine this being too difficult to code into the software. It would also be convenient to have a way to change hold locations. If I accidentally put a Drive Up order into FOS or MC, please let me move it to an SD location. You know?
You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become Blockbuster. Not an entirely fair or accurate comparison, but not too far off the mark. When it was like, what, $8 a month, it was a deal. What is it now? $10 for everything... in SD, one screen only. $15 for that but in HD, 2 simultaneous screens, which is preposterous, bandwidth is cheap AF. $20, same as the $15, but 4 screens and UHD. Hey, idiots. No one but geriatrics are going for SD. It's ridiculous that you gatekeep HD in the year two thousand and twenty two, when 4k displays can be had for under $300. Netflix is obsoleting itself. It had its day in the sun. But its priorities are whack, and it has nothing to offer.
Adding commercials will just mean Netflix cannibalizes their top paying subscribers, as they just downgrade to lower tier subscription, when they were likely to continue subscribing at the higher price. I like how Netflix has these fake tier subscriptions, like it cost Netflix ten dollars if you watch a show in 4K vs SD. The moral of the story is Netflix programming sucks. (I won't even complain that it's mostly unwatchable woke content) But even if it was good... They only have their crappy original shows. They should have been buying companies with content when they had the market cap to do it. So at least they'd always have some core content fall back on, instead these random shows that lasted a year or two can canceled with no resolution.
“Results Data from 155 TW (mean age 41.3; SD 16.3) and 55 TM (mean age 35.4; SD 10.8) were collected. Most patients (TM: 78%; TW: 73%) reported experiencing GD for the first time between ages 3 and 7 years. For TM the mean age of onset was 6.17 years; for TW it was 6.71 years. A total of 81% of TW and 80% of TM described their first recollection of GD as one of their earliest memories. Mean years of persistent GD before the start of gender transition were 22.9 (TM) and 27.1 (TW). Rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide ideation decreased following gender transition. Conclusion Our findings suggest that GD typically manifests in early childhood and persists untreated for many years before individuals commence gender transition. Diagnosis and early management during childhood and adolescence can improve quality of life and survival.” https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2050116121001288
Iron Condors far below price - A bear strategy too good to be true? I found that we can get extremely good risk/reward ratios when setting up ICs far below the strike price. For example: GLD, 30DTE. +161P, -163P, -170C, +172C. Max profit $181, max loss $19. The strategy will go towards max profit immediately when price moves in the right direction (no need to wait for theta decay). If not, price still has 30 days to end up in the profit zone (GLD just needs a 5.7% move! That's around 1SD, or a Touch% of 25). It's like a set-and-forget trade with extremely small risk. I researched this strategy but couldn't find much about it. What do you think? Basically you could set up 10 ICs and just need one or two in order to break even. Imo this could be the perfect strategy for bear markets. Whenever support is broken, we take a measured move target and set up an OTM IC in that zone. I did this for XLE and could set up an IC far below price with max loss at -$3 and max profit at $93. XLE would need to decline only 7% in 30 days. Is this strategy too good to be true?
It's down a lot, but it was also up a lot. It's now 2 standard deviations below its mean deviation from 200 wk MA. (Buy). But it's not even 1 SD below its exponential growth trend. (Wait). It's been growing so fast that the linear regression trend is wonky. 190 level is 2 SD right now. That seems like a wild drop, but it's still a PE of 41.
That's how streaming works and I'm fine with it? I can listen to whatever the hell I want on Spotify on demand. Same for YouTube and Netflix. I don't need or want to own a physical copy of every piece of content I ever consumed (first, it's incredibly wasteful, and second where the fuck am I gonna keep all those CD's/SD cards?)
Be aware of its weighting in indexes and etfs. A rising tide lifts all boats. Could easily get back up above 240 now. Let the market run it back up 1 SD before looking at shorts. Earnings May25th as well. I currently have a tiny long position, but yes I would look at shorts above 250.
Currently self driving has lower miles between accidents than human drivers. The problem with this statistic is that it requires humans to take over when things get too complicated. If you were to take out the steering wheel, SD would have far higher accident rate. Likely yearly if not monthly for the average distances driven.
One I was looking at is Journey Energy (I will disclaim that it's trading on OTC).. According to their recent presentation they project an average WTI of $87.50 and natural gas price of around $4.20 for 2022, which if you put those together with their production projections would give them around $89.1M of cash flow after operating expenses.. They have around $57M in debt right now which they are going to bring down to $8M by end of 2022. This leaves us with $40.1M in FCF for 2022. You can then add the $12.3M leftover from end of 2021 and we have $52.4M of cash and $8M debt end of 2022... If we assume the same WTI and natural gas prices for 2023 (as well as 0 acquisitions or extra costs), we are generating another $89.1M in cash flow, of which only $8M needs to be paid down.... so $81.1M + $52.4M = $133.5M with $0 debt.. the company is worth $207M as of right now.. this is also a company who has done accretive deals to increase production without overspending.. This is definitely riskier than $SD since we have to assume the same high commodity prices will last into 2023.. but they are also a solid cash flowing business even with WTI & NG at pre-spike prices..
There are better companies out there to play the spike in energy commodities.. if you look for companies with lower leverage and operating costs you will find gems that will net so much more free cash flow to be used to return capital to shareholders.. given as long as WTI, NGLs, and HH prices stay this high. One example is $SD that isn't necessarily the best or biggest producer, but if you look at their costs and balance sheet you'll find that they are going to net a crazy ton of cash.
That clears up a lot. I think you need to consider playing with some larger premiums. Even on a small account it should be fairly easy to find contracts that are reasonably OTM (i.e. safe) that don't cost much in buying power but yeild closer to $0.50. then you can still get a modest gain that equals 5 of your trades and doesnt have as much commission. I'd be worried about how much the one bad trade that eventually happens erases. That 1SD move might cost you 50-100 trades in one move.
Easy. Sell 2% return monthly OTM puts on a ticker that hardly moves. If you get assigned, just sell a call against your shares. If assigned, sell puts again. They have to be 1-2 SD out from the mean price, but its very hands off.
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Last July had a SD (standard default) credit rating on S&P. They were contracted to dilution with b Riley who filed with SEC to short the stock. The contract terms are over. Spread FUD all you want, this company resolved over 30% of it's debt, had EBITDA improvement, rev increase qoq, new established contracts, expansions on contracts, reported substantial growth rates, credit rating jumped up 3 ratings and expected to climb even further. They prepaid all long debt for this entire year. They have paid down high interest rate loans that held them back, which now allow for even better margins. Value of the company from assets to liabilities hasn't been this high in 4 years. All things able to be found with DD. So unless you're short and spreading bullshit, your just another damned fool who's living in the past. 👉🤣
IMO, the Prada was first to capacitive touch, but Palm Treo was a much closer comparison point to iphone. It was a true smartphone, with apps, multitasking. It had a browser, allowed a lot more media formats than the iphone. And had expandable storage via SD. A comparison from the time of launch: https://blog.treonauts.com/2007/01/palm_treo_680_v.html
While oil, and, to a lesser extent, gas, are on their way to being replaced steadily by renewables, SD’s stock is also close to it’s 5-year high. Canada is about to boost production, bring prices down. Almost all companies are profitable at $40-50 per barrel. It’s a solid company but not the best ROI, ex, not the only stock I’d pick from all stocks. The only exception might be if general war breaks out in Europe, at which point oil will skyrocket, but that’s quite a long shot (no pun intended).
While everyone else is gunna give you big tech, I’m going to go with SD. High earning Oil producer with the strongest balance sheet in the business selling at a 300% discount of earnings power and asset value. Profitable at $40 a barrel. Great management focused on capex discipline with a good board to guide.
> do you know how difficult fully SD is, like what if theres dumb drivers that just does crazy manuever? What do people do when that happens? Respond to the best of your ability and if that's not enough you crash into them and they're liable. > hmm i mean who would insurance cover if that cause a crash? If it's crashing less on average than human beings? Everyone. > and its not easy because if you try to perfect it, the cost would be enormous not to mention impossible. Definitely not impossible. If you truly think we won't ever have selfdriving cars I don't know what to tell you. You're living in some alternative reality.
do you know how difficult fully SD is, like what if theres dumb drivers that just does crazy manuever? hmm i mean who would insurance cover if that cause a crash? its not "just" solving it, how likely is it to cause an accident and they will have to evaluate that and its not easy because if you try to perfect it, the cost would be enormous not to mention impossible.
You can delta hedge many ways. For instance if I have : - CSP Apple 0.16 - CSP MSFT 0.16 - CSP GOOG 0.16 I might look to sell a naked call on SPY that is notionally ~ equivalent to what my CSPs are. In this case If I have ~ $150k worth of margin on the CSPs and the cumulative correlation to SPY is 0.9. I’d look to sell a naked call on SPY with ~ $140k margin at around 0.16 delta or so. The difference is regardless of which direction SPY moves, so long as it’s within a 1SD move I’m well covered. I can close the losses if we see a greater than 2SD move or roll. Rolling inherently is no different than if I had sold those CSPs then held the loss. Only difference is while someone is holding the “unrealized loss” indefinitely, I’m able to collect theta and have BP to perhaps collect short vega. As you mentioned you can do condors, you can do strangles, you can do flys or other strategies that utilize it. Any strategy that is “exposed to market movements” by definition is directional. (You’re assuming for a direction). Selling a 0.2 monthly delta on Apple uses far less buying power monthly than holding the underlying itself. Also if you’re in a position where you wanted to sell soon you could sell a call to finance put too, heads you win, tails you break even. In fact depending on the strikes, your put could benefit from IV expansion while the call value drops to $0. Often the case since IV spikes are far more correlated to market drops than market spikes. Most recent example (recent). Not terrible idea. In any case there are more than 1 way to skin a cat, do whatever makes you profit.