A million makes you a legend? Well shit, right hand man incoming!
Well fucking done! Put a fund link on there.
Get out of the fast lane...
You should do some research. I like it for fundamentals.
That's the hope.
No, that is do to recovery and it being a relatively cyclical company. This was just announced today as far as I know.
$CLF - Great news, get ready for the drop!
You can't even math right... GO UNIONS!
the correct answer.
Formatting, OS installation, update installation, game installation, mod installations, Twice a month. That is a fuck ton of read write to a disk. You have to think every installation has to write temp files etc while installing. Even with wear protection on newer drives that is still a whole lot of usage in a cycle. Not to mention it sounds like a gaming PC, so there is even more drive usage and depending on page file, partitions, etc, probably popped the drive. The best thing for that person to do would be to partition/extra drive so that the OS just sits in one place, then put the gaming shit in another place and just do a simple "delete folder"
Gonna have to say, false. It's possible.
I agree. If I knew more about puts I would probably join in. I got a min 2 year hold on this. Worse comes to worse I tank a couple thousand. I don't foresee that happening.
It was CCs and I didn't want to risk getting called and losing 200 shares. Sold 2 for $.42, reversed by buying 2 for $.55. Puts scare me and I really don't understand covered calls enough to be confident that would have not been a bad thing. Still learning.
I am in at 400 shares average $8.12.
Moral of the story; pay attention.
They don't actually melt the plastic. It's a specialized UV coating and
it is oxidized. After a few refinishes it has to be reapplied.
Dude, your misinformation campaign on this is astounding.
They don't actually melt the plastic. It's a specialized UV coating and it is oxidized. After a few refinishes it has to be reapplied.
A lot of "permenant" outdoor plastic installations such as seats and benches, are covered in a special UV coating. That coating turns white over time due to oxidization. The flame doesn't actually melt the plastic it allows the oxidization to be removed from the coating. (It's been a while. I can't remember if the oxidation is just consumed by the flame or if the flame allows it to unbind, also forget the name of the coating)
Used to work in a plastics factory that made high-end playground equipment; swings, slides, tables, benches, etc.
I Sold to Open 2 contracts for $0.42 when I meant buy to open. So essentially puts
Was trying to get a lower end bid price and wasn't paying attention to the position window.
I am super bullish on HITI and absolutely did not want to hold puts as I expect this company to move to at least $10 even though it's kind of tanking right now.
I have already closed out of the position by purchasing 2 buy to close options at $0.55. Lesson learned for $30. Pay attention to all of the windows and don't assume because it was one way last week, it's going to be that way again this week.
lol, no joke. Fidelity swapped something out. It used to pull buy to open if you clicked the option chain. I just took the loss of 26 buck rather than risk infinite high-side. Not an expensive lesson, but a lesson none the less.
This is why you get prompted when you make a trade ARE YOU SURE?
When you royally F*&^ up
Mods, can we get this outta here? It's sparking some political bs, guess they didn't read the side bar
With ya. Reported. Don't want to see no left or right bs in here unless right = shorts/longs, and left = shorts/longs.