2021.10.16 04:21 OnDaGoop Glad there is space to bin 12 tvs in electronics section of the back
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2021.10.16 04:21 FlowerMaxPower if there is an afterlife, I'm jealous of the dead.
My dad passed when I was 3 months old. Whenever I deal with a death there is an extra layer. I have all the normal mourning, but at some point after I always have a moment thinking, If there is an afterlife that person could have met my dad now. I don't even remember him, and I get jealous of the possibility. I also am scared there isn't anything and he's not even there when I talk to him.
Thanks for listening.
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2021.10.16 04:21 ifimaysharemyopinion It’s starting to fill out in here :)
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2021.10.16 04:21 Blossompelt236 Why did it have to be worded like that?
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2021.10.16 04:21 HOTKATBOOM Streak 182: Min pappa gick bort
Vissa känslor är så komplexa att det är nästan omöjligt att förklara dem med ord. I går kväll när jag försökte sova vände och vred jag mig i sängen: en våg av idéer och minnen invaderade mina tankar.
Pappa, där är du, intrasslad i alla dessa minnen. Frånvarande, men alltid så närvarande.
Han kunde ingen svenska, men det fick honom att skratta åt hur mycket jag tycker om att lära mig språk
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2021.10.16 04:21 killerqueen521 Explaining Interstitial Cystitis Pain
I hate having to describe my pain. I find 1-10 scales incredibly arbitrary -- what is the difference between a 6 and a 7? It's like trying to describe the funny sound your car is making, but only at these specific moments, and of course not when the mechanic is under the hood.
To help myself, I have tried to find ways of describing my IC/pelvic pain. It feels like:
2021.10.16 04:21 AbaloneSea7265 Bart is the Loki of The Simpsons
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2021.10.16 04:21 No_Limit5915 Krazy Kramer Investment Club
Joined his club so see what he is doing... So here is one of his daily emails... why pass up on research if they are doing it for you. Always take things these guys say with a grain of salt.
If you ever watched him speak back in the days (video on YouTube) , I was not impressed. Just another scammer. I do believe people change as well.
Take away from email:
Markets notched a win for the week as third-quarter earnings season kicked off and we are starting to exit a seasonally weak period. Reflecting on this week’s macroeconomic updates and earnings releases, we are left with the view that the economy continues to rebound as vaccination rates continue to rise and new COVID cases are on the decline.
Additionally, while inflationary dynamics remain, at least some of it can be attributed to more transient supply chain dynamics and a labor shortage that is a bit harder to gauge the impact of as some more senior workers may have opted to retire due to COVID while others in aggregate appear to be holding out for higher pay – something they can afford to do for the time being as consumer savings accounts are up and leverage levels are down versus pre-pandemic levels.
A quick look at some of the broader market measures that we like to keep an eye on and we see the dollar index is hovering around the 94 level, gold is trading around the mid-$1700s level, WTI crude prices are holding in the low-$80s per barrel region and 10-year Treasury yields have advanced to the mid-1.5% range.
Within the portfolio we heard from Morgan Stanley (see Investing Club update here) and Wells Fargo (club update here), both of which put up solid reports that we spoke to earlier this week. In addition to the start of earnings season, we received several key macroeconomic data points this week that provide insight into inflationary dynamics and that when combined with bank earnings, the current state of the consumer.
Taking a look at the broader economy, on Wednesday, we got the September consumer price index (CPI), which measures the price to consumers for a basket of goods. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the headline reading indicated a 0.4% advance in September, hotter than the 0.3% investors were expecting. Contributing to the headline reading, the food index rose 0.9%, with the food at home index increasing 1.2% and the food away from home (not seasonally adjusted) increased 0.5% in September. Additionally, the energy index increased 1.3%, with the energy commodities index advancing 1.3% and the energy services index increasing 1.2% for the month. That monthly advanced resulted in a 5.4% annual increase, an acceleration from the 5.3% rate seen in the 12-month period ending in August and was ahead of the 5.3% consensus.
CPI ex-food and energy, also known as “core CPI” which many use as a proxy for inflation as food an energy prices tend to be more volatile from month came in at 0.2% in September, matching expectations and resulting in a 4.0% annual core CPI increase, the same rate of increase seen in the 12-month period ending in August.
The next day, Thursday, we got the producer price index (PPI) reading, which as the name implies, measures prices to producers for a basket of goods. This also provides hints into inflationary dynamics because when producer costs run too hot, they are forced to either eat the cost at the expense of profit margins, or pass those costs along to the consumer. The headline reading indicated a 0.5% advance for the month of September, less than the 0.6% consensus.
To a market concerned with rampant inflation, this update had investors breathing a sigh of relief in hopes that the rate of inflation could be peaking. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we can attribute almost 80% of the advance to a 1.3% increase in prices for final demand goods, with the final demand services index increasing 0.2% in September. Annually, the PPI was up 8.6% in September, in line with expectations and marking the largest 12-month advance since the index was first calculated back in November 2010.
Excluding food, energy and trade services (which “measure changes in margins received by wholesalers and retailers”), core PPI ticked up 0.1% in September, well below the 0.4% consensus. Annually, the core PPI index advanced 5.9%, below the 6.5% consensus and a notable deceleration from the 6.3% rate seen in the 12-month period ending in August.
Consumer is heating up:
Finally, on Friday, we got retail sales numbers that came in stronger than expected, rising 0.7% month on month in September versus expectations for a 0.2% monthly decline and compounded by an upward revision to eh August reading to up 0.9% (from +0.7% previously reported). Annually, retail sales advanced 13.9% from the same time last year, far exceeding the 9.4% consensus. If we take out automotive sales – which due to their high ticket price can increase monthly volatility and cloud the overall trend – retail sales advance advanced 0.8% versus a +0.5% consensus. Excluding auto and gas sales, retail sales advanced 0.7%, more than doubling the +0.3% the street was looking for.
Similar to core CPI and core PPI, investors also like to look at what is known as the retail sales “control group”, which doubled expectations, increasing 0.8% in September. The CME group defines the control group as “all sales, excluding receipts from auto dealers, building-materials retailers, gas stations, office supply stores, mobile homes and tobacco stores,” adding that provides “a more precise method of gauging consumer spending, and consumer spending is a large component of U.S. GDP.”
Digging into the report a bit, on a monthly basis the largest advances were seen in sales at sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, & book stores (+3.7%), general merchandise stores (+2.0%), gasoline stations (+1.8%) and miscellaneous store retailers (+1.8%) while there was some give back at electronics and appliance stores (-0.9%) and health and personal care stores (-1.4%). Annually the largest advances were seen at gasoline stations (+38.2%), food services and drinking places (+29.5%), clothing and clothing accessories stores (+22.4%) and, miscellaneous store retailers (21.4%).
So, on the macro front this week, looking at headline numbers, CPI a tad above expectations, PPI a tad below expectations – a dynamic that hopefully points to inflation rates starting to peak – and a retail sales number that was red hot. The inflationary dynamics on the core numbers paint a similar picture with core CPI coming in as expected, core PPI coming in well below expectations and the retail sales control group being the standout that we will continue to monitor.
Looking for pricing power stocks:
While that last reading is something we will continue to monitor, it does align with much of the commentary we received from management teams this week during bank earnings conference calls that pointed to a consumer flush with cash and as called out by Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf, “leverage at its lowest level in 45 years and the debt burden below its long-term average.”
Ultimately our view boils down to an economy that is continuing to recover, which has us eyeing the cyclicals and “reopening” names. However, given the ongoing supply chain congestion and labor shortages that are causing that “transitory” inflation we keep hearing about to sustain a bit longer than previously expected, we are scanning for names with strong pricing power that, if needed, can pass costs through to their customer base in order to protect margins.
We will get a better sense of which names have that ability as earnings season ramps up as we will get an updated look at operating margins and hear from management teams about their ability to pass through costs.
What we are watching:
Looking ahead, earnings season will ramp up next week with several of our portfolio companies set to report including Abbott Labs (Wednesday before the open), Crown Castle (Wednesday after the close), Nucor (Thursday before the open), Union Pacific (Thursday before the open) and Honeywell (Friday before the open). Other earnings that will be monitoring (though are not current portfolio holdings) include:
Open: Albertsons (ACI), Philips (PHG), State Street (STT)
Close: Steel Dynamics (STLD), Zions Bancorp (ZION)
Open: Ericsson (ERIC), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Procter & Gamble (PG), Philip Morris (PM), Travelers (TRV), Manpower (MAN), BNY Mellon (BK), Haliburton (HAL), Synchrony (SYF)
Close: United Airlines (UAL), Netflix (NFLX), Canadian Nat’l Rail (CNI), Omnicon (OMC), Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), Interactive Brokers (IBKR)
Open: Anthem (ANTM), Verizon (VZ), Lithia (LAD), Baker Hughes (BKR) NextEra Energy (NEE), ASML (ASML), Biogen (BIIB), Canadian Pacific (CP)
Close: IBM (IBM), Tesla (TSLA), Tenet Health (TNT), Lam Research (LRCX), PPG Industries (PPG), CSX (CSX),
Open: AT&T (T), Valero (VLO), Dow (DOW), American Airlines (AAL), ABB (ABB), Danaher (DHR), AutoNation (AN), Freeport-McMoRan (FCX), Southwest (LUV), Blackstone (BX),
Close: Intel (INTC), Whirlpool (WHR), Olin (OLN), Celanese (CE), Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Mattel (MAT), Snap (SNAP)
Open: HCA (HCA), American Express (AXP), Schlumberger (SLB), Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF), V.F. Corp (VFC), Seagate Tech (STX)
On the macroeconomic front, in addition to keeping an eye on the geopolitical sphere, we will be watching out for the following releases:
9:15 a.m. Industrial production
10:00 a.m. NAHB survey
8:30 a.m. Housing starts
2:00 p.m. Fed Beige Book
Thursday: 8:30 a.m. Initial jobless claims
8:30 a.m. Philadelphia Fed manufacturing
10:00 a.m. Existing home sales
10:00 a.m. Leading indicators
9:45 a.m. Manufacturing PMI
9:45 a.m. Services PMI
The CNBC Investing Club is now the official home to my Charitable Trust. It’s the place where you can see every move we make for the portfolio and get my market insight before anyone else. The Charitable Trust and my writings are no longer affiliated with Action Alerts Plus in any way.
(Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust is long MS, WFC, ABT, CCI, NUE, UNP, HON )
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2021.10.16 04:21 antholuo Small, Medium, Large
2021.10.16 04:21 Kristennoelle3 Winston looking sharp ✨
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2021.10.16 04:21 Sad_Employer3891 POV:Brandon looking through most of his Reddit in every video
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2021.10.16 04:21 Apart_Maintenance611 What to do with this only little amount of coins
I have only 300+ of ONE and it's one-fourth of my total investment. Yea, I know, it's just a little investment for crypto but I'm still a student from a poor country and I don't have that enough money to dive with. I bought my ONEs during the dip that the Evergrande issue caused so I think it's doing good.
I don't want to sell these cause I like to think I have few of these in my wallet. What I just wanna ask if you guys have any other idea apart from staking this? Or like is that the only option? I don't know and Id like to know.
Anyway, cheers for being here.
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2021.10.16 04:21 RainTurbulent5282 How to get into muv luv
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2021.10.16 04:21 darkknight543 [LFC] 84 CAM/CF PS5 North America
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2021.10.16 04:21 0I1O01I1O0 Is there a way, with custom CSS, to "disable" a specific line with some text without just giving it a new value to overwrite the old one? Kind of like how when you're using page inspector in FF/Chrome, you can just turn off a specific line?
What would be the best way to go about just kind of having the same result as if I were to go into the CSS files and remove a specific line...but without doing that.
Like for example, if I had font-size: 12, often times I don't want to specify a new value or try to figure out what value to give it to match whatever it would have otherwise just done had I taken that line out of my code. I would just it rather like "inherit" whatever it would have done otherwise. I realize "inherit" is a value but I assume that can't just always be used (or can it? and I just answered my own question...).
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2021.10.16 04:21 PA-C2011 Inspired by “Red Dragon Tattoo”
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2021.10.16 04:21 Apy_R Hello world
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2021.10.16 04:21 DaLion93 Marcus should get one of these.
2021.10.16 04:21 nancyhightank Should I trim this back again?
2021.10.16 04:21 Shlump Daily Crypto News - Bitcoin Bonanza - SEC BTC ETF - Square Mining - Market Cipher FREE Alternative
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2021.10.16 04:21 Maison1466 MUMEI SLEEPY KARAOKE STREAM LEZZ GOO. LES MISERABLES?!
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2021.10.16 04:21 Peri-snot Should I trade in my current quest 2 for one with more storage?
I got the 64gb one when it was 300 dollars and now the 128 one is the same price. Should I sell my current one for one with better storage, or is there a way to increase storage on the base one?
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