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Introducing Stock Analyst GPT - a new GPT model specializing in fundamental stock research and analysis

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All in on weapons manufacturers

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I´m limited by the brokers in my country

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WW3 Is Here! Why Waste Your Body Parts? Sell Them For Silver Coins Today!

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WW3 is scheduled to happen in 2025. What do I invest my $147 life savings in now?

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IRAN RETALIATION AGAINST ISRAEL BEGINS

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My guess as to what happened today

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How Will U Trade WW3 & The Global Stock Market Crash Coming !? 🤔

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How will you trade WW3 and the global stockmarket coming ?

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FCC Kamikazes Lead Gen Like its WW2...

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Crypto Is Not Anonymous And Its Value Is Determined By The Volume Of Illicit Transactions

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Long-term investors are (rational) optimists by definition

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From my anus to yours: Lessons from a gbear.

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Warren Buffet less likely to survive sleeping than a Polish Jew in WW2 - death odds at 24.5%

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What is being undervalued by Wall Street these days?

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What is being undervalued by Wall Street these days?

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Jim Cramer: "WW3 ain't happening. Why can't everyone just chill?" Black Monday confirmed, what's your trading plan?

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Short Belgian Bonds

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i got BLUE BALLS because the market isn't crashing

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Gaza/Israel Conflict realization

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WW3? Time to short or too early?

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psa: it’s either priced in or doesn’t matter

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The Bull Case on $WW

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What would happen if they performed an exorcism on jpow during the fed?

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Best way to invest if US goes down?

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Why It's a Trader's Market (and will be for the foreseeable future)

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Buy Long Dated SPY calls and join the military is a guaranteed winning strategy.

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$WW - Hero or Zero?

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$WW Hero or ZERO

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Weight Watchers: drugs x fast food x no willpower equals ten bagger

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If a nuke goes off I just hope I'm holding puts

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WW3 going to happen soon? How would that affect stocks. Discuss

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What are your thoughts about Weight Watchers (WW)? I prescribe weight loss medications, and they are very good. WW could be primed.

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$FSR Shorts Don't Stand a Chance

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My 10 leg Wallstreet Parlay (NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE)

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Epazz Holdings' ZenaDrone 1000 Displayed at the 2023 AERO in Germany Leads to Multiple Demonstrations With NATO Partner Countries Defense and German Law Enforcement and Rail Line

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What decades were good for the US economy?

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APRN a little context for those interested.

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Taiwan Semiconductor is a screaming buy

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Epazz Holdings' ZenaDrone 1000 Displayed at the 2023 AERO in Germany Leads to Multiple Demonstrations With NATO Partner Countries Defense and German Law Enforcement and Rail Line

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What were good & bad decades for the economy?

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Epazz Holdings' ZenaDrone 1000 Displayed at the 2023 AERO in Germany Leads to Multiple Demonstrations With NATO Partner Countries Defense and German Law Enforcement and Rail Line

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Jenny Craig seeks a buyer.

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2023-04-26 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Harley Quinn

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Teladoc starts telehealth services for weight management, diabetes prevention

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Investment Strategy China Invasion of Taiwan + interefence USA

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Feetr Data Dump: JFBR LUCY NCMI WW GCTK ZFOX

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$WW going up after acquisition news, shorts will soon cover

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Analyzed S&P500 returns for almost last 100 years

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let me know your thoughts and opinions

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Here's why the US dollar will never crash

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Panic caused by Ackman

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prosperous decades for the US economically?

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prosperous decades for the US economically?

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What were some prosperous / good decades for the economy on a global scale?

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Hot Stocks: TRMR, CARA drops on earnings; WW jumps nearly 80%; TDW hits 52-week high

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WeightWatchers Analyst Expects Stock To Slim Down After Gaining 80% On Telehealth Takeover - WW International (NASDAQ:WW)

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WW international

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WeightWatchers International: Meme Stock Potential

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Weight Watchers $WW is the squeeze of the year 2023! Let’s go from $6 to $95

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Q3-Q4 Blood Bath? How to play stock Armageddon?

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Hedge your portfolio against WW3 with $SKYT, a pure play US based semiconductor foundry poised for massive growth this year and next.

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Hedge your portfolio against WW3 with $SKYT, a pure play US based semiconductor foundry poised for massive growth this year and next.

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My Ski Trip with Alexander Karp

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Valentine’s Day

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Sell. WW3 is imminent.

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Truly capitalize the war in Russia while ending it quicker, and bring down meat prices.

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Putin spokesman says tanks from the West constitute "direct involvement" in the Ukrainian War. Should the West still send tanks and risk WW3?

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Soliciting feedback for following risk-adjusted 10% return strategy

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$aprn > $bbby - here’s why this is the move of the year MASTER DD

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China is open for business.

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S&P Bear Cycle since WW2

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NEED HELP

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WTF is going on with: WisdomTree S&P 500 3x Daily Leveraged UCITS ETF ? did i miss WW3?

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What am I overthinking here? Dividends and taxable accounts

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TSM - who’s in?

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WW3 starts at the dinner table

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Burry, GEO Group, WW3

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You’re all fucking insane

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Bears waking up tomorrow realizing their WW3 wet dreams didn't come true, and their port full of shor dates poots I down 99% ... Again

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BAYER AG - Countdown to Launch

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The Recession has already happened, and you missed it

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Weight Watchers (WW) the company that is not dying any time soon.

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Weight Watchers (WW) the company that is not dying any time soon.

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I know this is ant shit, but I want a WW3

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WW3 is trending...🤣

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How did the US recover from the Great Recession?

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Non-Boomer Portfolio Management for The Highly Regarded

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Who would be hit hardest by WW3?

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Major loss + my plan to recoup my losses

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Inflation, China housing crisis, fucking Hurricane, UK meltdown, inch away from WW3, Coolio's death. And some of you still go full regard with your 15k life saving.

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It is insane that Americans aren't looking for bargain bucket European stocks right now

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Warren Buffett's advice in case of WW-III: "Do not hold cash because of high inflation during the war. Own a farm, own an apartment house, own securities. Whether boom or bust — or World War III — people still need to eat, people still need a place to live."

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Calls on England if they ditch the monarchy. Puts if they don't

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spread trade with long options

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The fed owns 42% of all GDP can someone explain this in layman terms?

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DD from CAS Investment Partners, a value investing firm, on $PRTY: 5-year price target of $30+

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If you’re looking for a stock with some potential, they’ve shorted it so much but WW seems like it bottomed out. Only way to go now is up. Get in while you still can. It’s $6.76 as of now. Weight watchers might be the move boys.

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WW undervalued and being shorted. It’s starting to base build and will soon rise. Buy in while you still can.

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well we would have WW3 instantly in that case.

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S&P500 going to zero will happen if there’s WW3. How likely is WW3? You ask yourself that. Now if you’re asking if you could lose money off S&P500? Yes absolutely. When or how that will happen? Depends on a million of factors. Chances of it happening? I don’t know.

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Best comparison. The just in case if WW3 happens and we depend on outdated tech to keep the supply chains flowing.

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Oh man. You just caused WW3 by buying this. Sigh puts on TSMC i guess

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Show me one time since WW2 when the US consumer stopped spending and caused the crash rather than stopped spending because of the crash. I'll wait.

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Yea I was going to bring up two issues 1. Storage , I have no clue how long stamps will last, will they still be good in 40 years no clue 2. Selling them, is there really a secondary market for stamps? I think selling them is going to be a pain, people usually only buy a few stamps at a time, like 20 stamps so even if you do find people to buy them it will be a hassle and you will end up selling like 20-50 at a time. This is going to take time and be a hassle ; Also will they pay you full value? Why buy stamps from some random person selling 40 year old stamps what may or may not be good anymore or possible scam or counterfeit , why buy your old stamps vs going to the postal office and buying new stamps? You will probably have to sell them at a discount but not sure how much 10% 20% discount? Just a fun fact Charles Ponzi what Ponzi scheme gets its name from ; tried to do some weird stamp arbitrage. There was something called an international reply coupon where the coupon could be bought in one country and that coupon could be exchanged for a stamp in a different country The idea was if you were living in new york and wanted to send a letter back to your family still in Italy you could buy one of these IRC and send it with your letter. Your family in Italy could then exchange this for an Italian stamp and send a reply, it was basically a way for you to pay for the return postage in case your family in Italy didn't have a lot of money or something. However people in Italy could buy the IRC to and send them to the USA were they could be exchanged for a USA stamp He realized after WW1 there was a price difference between these IRC and actual stamps in places like Italy or Ireland . Meaning you could go to Italy and buy IRC for USD stamps for cheaper then you could buy USA stamps or something so he thought he could make money arbitraging the difference However he never actual figured out how to turn this difference into cash , there was a lot of issues. First he raised so much money he would have had to buy like millions of these coupons what would take entire cargo ship to transport and even if he did that , well now he would have to find buyers for all these stamps or coupons in the USA. There just wasn't a huge market for them. And why buy a stamp from Ponzi when you could go to the post office and get a stamp? Faced with these challenges, he instead just kept raising money from new investors to pay off his earlier investors, initially he thought he could eventually figure out a way to do the arbitrage he just needed a bit more time, however as time went on he sort of just gave up and realized he could make a lot of money by just collecting money from new investors to pay off old investors .

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ETFs go to zero when the money market collapses or we finally move into a post-scarcity economy. In either case you will have bigger issues than being concerned about your money. In the former case we're talking WW3. In the latter case money will have no more meaning.

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If you want to target nazis go for german companies. Vurtually all of those have a dark history during WW2

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There's at least one WW3 post a day here. Putin, Medvedev or some other fuck will fart, twitter bullshit artists will amplify that and regards who don't know better will get scared and come here with this nonsense.

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If you are aiming at the system on board, the answer is still Nvidia. Since we are talking about WW3, you need semiconductor manufacturer on your territory, so I guess finally Intel.

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WW2 never ended. We just use other means and counties to do it.

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We are already in WW3! You just know it yet!!

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GTE. Retail majority owned Canadian oil company exporting Columbian Brent just in case oil imports can't be brought in from OPEC during WW3. Apes strong together. https://youtu.be/yT00vXCOdPA?si=E0js43FdHxmmaHZ5

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The largest most dominating companies that have always been around. If WW3 is announced literally everything will sell off. If you stick it all in the top 10 stocks, either you make a killing when the war ends (or nobody cares anymore) and the stocks rally back, or the world ends and nothing matters anyway.

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GTE. Retail majority owned Canadian oil company exporting Columbian Brent just in case oil imports can't be brought in from OPEC during WW3. Apes strong together. https://youtu.be/yT00vXCOdPA?si=E0js43FdHxmmaHZ5

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I'm in the US and our modern warfare tactics do not resemble WW2, or even Vietnam in the slightest. The US's combined arms approach assuming things stay conventional require a fraction of the ground forces of wars in the distant past, and if things go nuclear we're all fucked anyway.

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Who would you sell to - to cash in - if WW3 happens?

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Blackberry. WW3 won't matter if you're already suicidal

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Plot twist: it turns out we need Nvidia chips for WW3 weapons

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Bulls: Look at NVDA go!!! I'm about to retire next year ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8882) Bers: GAME RIGGED, WE CRASH SOON, WHEN WW3 ![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)

ok the stagflation that occurred in the 70s had little if anything to do with WW2.

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COD WW2 is mad underrated

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WW-III or Ohio sized meteor

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Japan was already a developed country by the time WW2 came about, the war had a major impact on the country, but it did not just suddenly take it back to the stone age. All the intellectuals, specialised workers and the technological knowhow was still there. All they needed was some aid from the US to start rebuilding. Around the same time as that, India was more or less a destroyed country sucked dry by the British empire, with most people still living in agricultural feudalist societies forcibly perpetuated to maximise profit.

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WW3 in Q2, got it. Nvidia calls it is.

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WW3 here we come, atleast we all will get fucked ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226)

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She's a 10 but she wants you to sell all my WW2 memorabilia

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You know Canada fought in the last WW

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It is from WW2. They were trying to figure out how to get planes to be safer. It is considered survivorship bias as they are focusing on the ones that survived not the ones that didn't make it back.

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Please don’t trade futures. They are even more regarded than short dated options. Stop listening to youtube ‘experts’. How does knowing how the market will react to news going to help get you into a position before that news happens or before the larger market adjusts for the expectation? We know the market will tank on a hypothetical WW3 becoming real. Are you going to jump into futures on Monday because of that and survive second to second fluctuations and avoid liquidation until that happens?

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Boomers had ONE war? Korea? Vietnam? Cold War? The gulf? Or do you mean the war before them? WW2. An anomaly.

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WW3 could totally set us back to the Stone Age and we wouldn’t see quantum computings full potential maybe ever. But at the rate we are at right now the problems we are trying to solve are becoming more and more difficult. Hence the need for larger cpus and gpus. More productive tech. The need to solve these problems contributes to the innovation of new tech. Due to that the rate we are growing we will NEED quantum computing to even start to solve problems. So while it may not the chances we need quantum computing is very high and practically guaranteed. May not happen for years but most likely will need it to continue innovating.

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Yolo just loaded up on puts for the weekend, bring me some WW3/avian flu/Gyna news!!!!

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Honest question since I don’t watch the news. Whatever happened to WW3?

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Puts on WW3

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Of course it’s going to take time. USD wasn’t the reserve currency till after WW2 and it was the English pound and before the English is was the French livre

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If someone truly believes that WW-III is imminent and they are \*still\* in the market, they are either quite irrational or impressively optimistic (or both).

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Don't fear the French. My WW2 veteran grandfather was saying he couldn't drive French tanks well, cause they have 5 rear gears and neutral. Nothing to go forward. Soft AF

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We’re at the absolute highest level of people that having second/third jobs, have the lowest amount in savings, have the highest amount of credit card debt, no one can afford food/rent/housing/etc…, and we’re in the middle of the worst job market in decades (even worse than 2008) where recruiters are getting hundreds of resumes within a day for a basic middle class office job… Plus, we’re at the start of WW3 at the beginning of a contentious election cycle. YOLO. Go all in on a luxury purse brand.

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There have literally been so many memes about this shit and this guy just went and actually made it into a reality. "Holy shit the planet is being hit by a meteor that completely eradicates it, WHAT WILL THIS MEAN FOR THE S&P!!!!!???!?!?!?". This is making me lose faith in humanity but also im kinda shitting bricks about WW3 starting ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)

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Sort of ironic this dude's trying to make the argument we're on the brink of WW but only mentions Russia, not Iran, Hezbollah, Houtis, Hamas, North Korea, etc.

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US nuclear submarines are close to Russian and Chinese coasts since 1945. OK why should a Russian warship in Cuba instead cause a WW3?

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If we have a nuclear WW3 the market should be your last concern lol

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Blood Meridian is the great American novel. Gravity's Rainbow is it's equal. I don't think you can use a term like "better" between them. WW $5 10/1

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WW did. Next time try reading.

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I’m so tired of these bs NVDA posts. Every major player in the AI race needs NVDA. They discovered in order to reach this all powerful AI you need to enlarge the data sets you’re feeding into the computer. Google, Microsoft, all the big guns need microprocessors to do this. Besides Tiwaan NVDA will be the largest supplier of these microprocessors. We all learned during the pandemic how important microprocessors were. So much so that China is willing to wage war with the US to secure a microprocessor supply chain. It takes a very long time to build the infrastructure to build these microprocessors and about 2 months to produce 1 microprocessor. NVDA is priceless for now. Yes the stock market is a giant bubble, but this is nothing new. After the 2007/2008 crash a bubble formed for almost a decade until the pandemic crash. Institutions know how valuable NVDA is and will be. Unless WW3 pops off, or this election tears down the country, or Aliens show up NVDA will go up. I’m not denying there’s a bubble but unless there’s a once in a century event or incredibly rare catastrophic event happens NVDA will go up. Sorry bout it 🤷‍♂️.

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Bers wishing for WW3 to save their puts 😭😭

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The stock market data has been tracked for over a hundred years and went through many crises, including the Great Depression, WW2, Vietnam, Cold War, 1980s oil crisis and contraction, DotCom collapse, Financial Crisis, the pandemic, etc. with all those crises averaged in, it still yielded 10.5-12% growth per year on average. 100 years is plenty statistically significant. If you look at the past 5 years we’ve enjoyed 20-30% growth per year depending on which indices you are using, and 5 years includes the 33% crash from pandemic.

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You are wrong about the key point, the key point is that YOU and many people like you are a cancer to society. You lack ''something'' and it makes you unable to see misinformation. Who do you think the Nazi supporters in WW2 were? It was YOU. 100% You would have been whatever people wanted you to be, you are clay to be molded. It's random what you believe in, it's not up to you, you can't admit you were wrong about a stupid mine. You are fighting me over Walter Isacson being a trusty source over a picture that proves 0.

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I just saw an eye opening chart of how many times the market has hit an all time high since 1929. Anyone who's afraid of investing because markets are at an all time high needs to chill out unless their time horizon is short. The Great Depression and WW2 caused a couple decade long recovery period but I don't think we'll be seeing those kind of conditions on Earth anytime soon

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Help me out here? US entered WW2, helped turn the tide (could have possibly been won without us, but with very different conditions) introduced the world to the portable star, and went home without planting any flags. Made lots of friends. I mean, the French love to run us down, but we still love each other. I guess my question is: what about WW2?

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If it worked in WW1, it'll work now.

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My is GM and WW. TO GOOD WINS. look into them.

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Yes, this is the pre-ww3 run. Once one of the 3 (or all) major economies crash in a dumpster fire (China, US, EU), that's your signal that WW3 will start 4-6 years later (the time it should take the fascist elements of the factions in power to capture the leadership of their respective nation(s) completely with promises to fix everything). At that point you might have a couple of years where everything will seem fine but really you should own food and land in a place far away from those places so you can enjoy the fireworks fron a distance. The jury is still out on which of the major economies will crash and burn first and trigger the chain of events to WW3.

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calls on ARM, WW3 imminent

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Because its not 50:50. Not at all. You are confusing the number of possibilities (still wrong though), and probably outcomes. The world could either end tomorrow, or not. But actually, thats a false choice. Theres a continuum of outcomes between those two discrete states - like Fight Club style end of the economy, vs WW3 style walking dead world. But what are the chances? Not 50:50, or thirds. Stocks prices can only move along a single axis, but what about say, PE:SPY avg PE? Premium on IV? What about time windows? Was a position opened, then closed for a loss, just for the original thesis to materialize, but the trader already exited. Options are the buying and selling of volatility, not really underlying stock price. Due to a total ignorance of what people are buying, its hard to value it properly, so people overpay to enter the position, making it that much harder to walk away with gains. But since they dont really understand things like theta, are also less likely to understand how to assess the exit. The probability that an option or spread will be itm before expiration is never 50:50 for more than a fleeting moment - its constantly changing, and a readily available number most people here arent using. Opening a position is locking in that probability. Its up to the trader to know when to sell. https://preview.redd.it/4lqgt9c1c36d1.png?width=2525&format=png&auto=webp&s=1eec4ce362db875db6708aebc6fa3fc5499b8095 This is the thinkorswim option spread hacker and analyze tab. Its telling you that based on the deltas of the options making up the spread, what the risk:reward looks like and where. (different spreads on the 2 screenshots) On the right is the scanner telling you the probability that the spread will be profitable and by what margin based on the opening cost. The graph on the left shows when and "where." The purple line - right now- will converge to the cyan line (value at expiration), and the shaded band is highlighting the likely price range. Note that price is on the X axis, profit on the Y, with date-in-time being distinctly different lines. Look down, and across at current price and current return: at current return, basically 0, the price would need to be all the way at 140 to **still just be 0** (a lot of theta), now go down from current price to see how much will be lost if its held til expiration and expires at its current price; that frames whether its time to sell. "Do I think this thing's price is going to move enough to exceed the decreasing value of the premium?"

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WW3 spy ath alien invasion spy ath ww4 spy ath I’m gay spy ath

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Maybe, but it took an event like covid to trigger circuit breakers. The market is too bullish even on shitty news to do that nowadays. Would need WW3 or something

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My is WW

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WW3 would be bullish for my bags (AI soldiers and pills for drafted fatties) ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)

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They will. After NATO finishes the FA stage of their Ukraine game. Then America will be fighting three wars abroad in three completely separate locations, all for absolutely no benefit. Except with none of the allied military economic output it had for WW2, aka the last time America actually fought a war and didn't just bomb some poor people.

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I think I'm gonna start buying calls on WW for August earnings. It's a sleeper.

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You're forgetting Geopolitical factors. WW3 is percolating in the background, we're shifting from China to Mexico, India is going to be an enormous market for us in the years to come. What if the US wins this new global sized conflict and our Rich take the riches of their Rich? Where do the wealthy keep their wealth again?  Covid relief bailed out the market first, the people second. To pay for it all our gov was down to transfer more wealth from the bottom 80 percent to the top 20 percent. Shrink dat middle class. Where does all that wealth end up? Trickle up baby Also AI duh

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Only thing China would really want from Taiwan is TSMC its the only thing there that could make risking WW3 worth it. TSMC setting everything to essentially self destruct is more or less an appropriate deterrent. China wants Taiwan but unlike the USA China is also patient. I don't see things playing this way in the next decade or so.

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Intel bag holders literally rooting for WW3 at this point to save themselves lmao Signed: intel bag holder

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Lmao If China invades Taiwan, intel is the least of your worries. It can range from global economic crash, to people in the west running out of everything from underwear, socks to cellphones and car batteries. Look around you, literally 90% if everything you use, touch on a daily basis is either made in China or used stuff made in China. Worst case, it will lead to WW3

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Companies are more mortal than family trees. Your genes will outlast your investments. Your portfolio can be immortal, the individual investments will not be. Holding on forever to dying businesses is why most European nobility went broke / almost broke around WW1 and after centuries of the same families ruling Europe today has democracy Of the 15 original Dow stocks only one (Edison Lighting / General Electric) made it to the 1990s. JP Morgan was the largest bank in the world a century ago, in the 1950s it was a midsized bank, in the 1970 it started to bounce back. If you 50 years ago picked from the largest, solid growth companies you easily could have chosen companies like Polaroid (bankrupt 2001), Sears (went bankrupt twice), Xerox (still alive but as a small cap stock), Kodak (small cap stock), Schlitz (sold for a song in 2014)...

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"I need WW3 for my bag to pump" Just buy AMD, regard

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did we fight WW2 with nukes from the jump? it will be way worse then WW2 if it comes to that. Highly likely a war goes fully nuclear once one side starts decisively losing

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except growth has been strong, so their can't be any stagflation, there won't be WW3 and WW2 copper rationing was 85 years ago.

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Theoretically, on a historical basis, you're correct, but anyone worth their weight knows when theory meets reality, the theory gets its ass kicked! Here we are on the precipice of a stagflationary environment, coupled with a possible breakout of a third World War; a copper shortage that is one of the bell weathers for inflation (and don't forget, like in WW2 how copper was rationed during the conflict for ammo); and consecutive record-breaking temperatures due to climate change. There's a lot on the table for anyone who believes in ceteris paribus is about to get bent over and reamed out. Now, don't try to compare this to 1970s oil embargo stagflationary environment because the calculus in the Monetary and Fiscal policy in addition to the time period predicating the wide adoption of derivatives in the late 80s. It's just not apples to apples.

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literally lol. "How can I risk manage WW3 guys" Like trying to save your investments for a meteor strike. The most regarded investment thesis possible

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I feel like you’re not reading what I wrote. WW2 was bad for the US economy DURING THE WAR I.e. 1939-1945 (and a few years afterwards, it took until the early 50s for things to really get going). Just like the chart shows… Yes it was fantastic for growth afterwards and set us up to be a global economic superpower. Not sure what kneecapping Japan has to do with this conversation… it definitely happened. I don’t get my economic information on Russia from CNN or watch any mainstream news. The Russian economic minister literally wore a Black Swan on her lapel when the war started. By their own numbers, Russia is facing record inflation and no amount of raising interest rates is slowing it down. The Russian economy is overheating from government spending. I live around a bunch of ethnic Russians who travel between Russia and the US through Central Asia routinely. The ones that can afford to are leaving the country and moving to Spain, if they’re poorer they stay in Central Asia.

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WW2 was the industrialisation of the US - precipitated by massive wartime investment. After the war they turned that massive industrial capacity (much of it) towards civilian use and produced massive quantities of goods for export for massive surplus. They even sabotaged Japan in the 80s because it was finally becoming a competitor in this regard. Everyone knows this (or so I thought). The suggestion that WW2 was bad for the US economy is a retarded ad hoc invention and would be laughed off immediately anywhere. Only on reddit would people be bold enough to say it anyway. The Russian economy is booming. Talk to some Russians instead of listening to hackneyed CNN putdowns. They say the same dross about China and have been for the past 10 years and with every passing day it ages like shit. Thanks.

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WW2 was horrible for the US economy while it took place; yes it was a tremendous impetus for growth afterwards. The Russian economy is not booming. They’re experiencing record inflation and already have a base rate of 16%. They’re essentially running out of people and funding the economy on oil money. I’ll admit I like your Total War videos though.

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Instructions unclear, buying calls on WW3

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See my response. If you don't know that WW2 revitalised the US economy and set it on a path it remains on to this day, you don't know anything. You're stumbling around in the dark with regards to the 20th and 21st centuries.

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WW2 was great for the US economy. If you don't know this you don't know anything. See it happening again with Russia. Economy absolutely booming.

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It’s not like there were major wars taking place in every one of those periods that was massively running up the debt… no shit WW2, Vietnam and the simultaneous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were bad for the economy.

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Depends on who wins. Right now we are on a course leading to WW3. The “fuck you, were America, we can do whatever we want! We just beat Russia.” Like Alan Alda in the Aviator — that world ended a lifetime ago. America needs to reposition itself. And stop shutting on our allies and major trading partners out of our massive superiority complex. We need to step back. The leader of the free world is not the one who says fuck you. I can kill you. It’s the one that makes a deal. Where no one leaves saying “nuke them.”

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Had a dream I joined the Navy but it was during WW2. Damn those were some good cocktail parties.

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The average Democratic presidential term has been in recession for 1 of its 16 quarters, while for the average Republican term it’s been 5 of 16 quarters. Looking at the statistics since WW2, real GDP has grown about 1.6 times faster under Democratic presidents. Job creation, industrial production, and stock market returns have all been stronger as well. Much of this has to do with external factors or things that are out of an administration’s control, but I think you’re vastly underestimating the effect of economic policies geared toward benefiting broad swathes of the socioeconomic strata versus those meant to benefit wealthy people and corporations. I would love to hear your explanation of these profound discrepancies, given your claim that the party in the White House doesn’t matter.

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I'm just curious as to what you think about this, but don't you think we've passed a point like u/InterPeritura said where wars aren't fought with giant militaries anymore. Also the war between Russia and Ukraine has a death toll of roughly 15k, whereas the death toll for WW2 at the VERY LEAST was estimated to be 50 million. Any war that escalates past a certain point these days, and I think it's game over for everyone if you catch my drift.

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