Well, as the title says, it gives full HP & Elemental Burst to your current party as you enter the event stage. Basically, just input at least 1 challenge variation so you could enter, then click start. You now have a fully healed team with max burst after a few delay. Exiting the stage even without starting the fight would still leave your team at max HP & burst.
And if you wanna redo the event, you don't have to go to a Statue of the Sevens to heal your character/team, just reenter the event and you're good to go.
I have been investing since 2008 when I was in college and recognized a unique opportunity and realized that my $5,000 savings was not much compared to my future earnings. So I dumped my money into WF and turned it into about $15k in a year. Since about 2011, I have been investing in mainly ETF index funds with the occasional individual stock. I have a 401K thru work that invests in 2 separate index funds where about half my money is. Another 25% is in IRAs that I use to actively trade individual stocks and another 25% is in a brokerage account where I had a few ETF (ARKK and VB) and a mutual fund. Last year all my accounts performed well, especially my IRA due to some lucky trade timing. My 2020 return was about 30% overall. However, early this week I sold a bunch of assets in my IRA and brokerage account and am sitting on about 40% cash. Only holding ARKK and the funds in my 401K.
Question is, is anyone else struggling to balance the FOMO on this crazy overvalued momentum swing versus a belief that an inevitable correction is going to occur? I am paralyzed in deciding to get back in because when I look at all these fundamentals none of it is making sense. That doesn’t even account for the elephant in the room of the impact all this stimulus may have by causing potential hyperinflation. My strategy has always been to sell when valuations become absurd. Historically I have always been able to find other value and buy back in. Now I am struggling because it seems like everything is overvalued.
UPDATE: First time posting to r/investing and lots of interaction here. Thanks for all the feedback. I think the thing I take away is a made a trading mistake by trying to time the market and play into the huge momentum rally this year. It helped me get good gains this year but is a challenge for me mentally to get back in. So, I have taken the advice of lots of people on this thread that 'time in the market is better than timing' and traded back in today.
With all of the talk floating around on pretty much any investing related subreddit of the bubble that we are likely in, it is always mentioned that this bubble will inevitably burst and it is always said that is coming soon. I am somewhat new to investing and I don't understand what happens when it bursts. What drives the prices down so dramatically in almost the entire stock market? I understand that it is probably not as simple as one thing every time, but in history, what has been the causes and what could likely be the cause for our future bubble burst?
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DH and I had been NC with the in laws since XMAS when JNMIL blew up on me. After the fight JNFIL told DH he wasn't allowed in their home until he "fixed his problems" with me. Apparently, JNFIL thinks that I am the reason for all the drama, but the only problems DH and I have are bc of JNMIL. Anyway, point is that we had been NC with them since then, that all changed today.
JNMIL texts DH and told him to go to their house immediately bc JNFIL couldn't feel his left arm. DH immediately thought he was suffering a stroke or a heart attack. He hurried over, called his mom on the way there and asked her what was going on and if there was an update. She said, "Just get here. I don't want to tell you this over the phone I will wait until you get home. BIL is on his way too."
I call BIL's GF and ask her if she knows what is going on. She said "I don't know, but it's bad. I'm waiting for BIL to call me. JNMIL texted BIL earlier and JNFIL had a prostate exam and that they wanted to talk to DH and BIL about the results. I'm assuming it's bad news." I thought that was weird bc JNMIL told DH that he couldn't feel his arm, nothing about his prostate. BTW, JNFIL has had an abnormal prostate exam various times but nothing cancerous or serious.
DH finally gets home and tells me he is pissed because JNFIL has a pinched nerve. That is it. That is all. No prostate issue. No stroke. No nothing. Obviously we are happy that it is nothing more serious but I am pissed because it sounds like JNMIL was being fucken dramatic and manipulative as a way to contact DH and begin talking to him again. I am 100% certain that now DH will be resuming continued contact with in laws, bc that's just how is. I am so fucken pissed.
I don't know how to address this with DH, I told him wow a pinched nerve vs stroke, that is a huge difference, I'd be pissed too. He then became defensive, raised his voice and said "She never said it was a stroke!" I want to tell him that he might want to continue contacting in laws but I dont. Not until I receive an apology and they learn to respect me, and if they cant do that they wont be a part of my life or LO's life. Is this excessive? Am I being the dramatic one now? God, my mind is spiraling right now.
Update: I talked to GF about the pinched nerve issue. She believes JNMIL played BIL into going over there. Apparently he hadn’t gone to visit them in about two weeks bc GF and BIL were also having issues Bc... keep reading on reddit ➡
I woke up to the sound of water pouring into our crawlspace today.
Turns out a little valve had just sheared itself off. Crawlspace has completely flooded downhill. It has been going for at least a few hours.
I called the city to get the water shut off so I can actually see what I need. They're on their way now.
Let's see how MB Boros did in the manga.
In total, he just used three moves (not counting roar canon):
Now, multiple things.
In addition, the consecutive punches did basically no environmental damage to the ship. You can see here that behind Saitama (where the beam starts splitting), the ship is unharmed. This implies he can't keep doing huge attacks like the punch and kick.
In comparison, the Anime made him quite the powerhouse, burning the ship by moving through it at an impressive speed and spamming Saitama of hits. Boros does no such thing in the manga, his speed showing is...nothing special? not particularly impressive looking, not to say it's slow ofc.
I'm not particularly trying to start again the good ol' debates of Boros vs insert another high tier character here, just felt like informing and listing facts.
Honestly, I totally accept that MB Boros should be definitely above Tats & Psykorochi because it's a very short term transformation. but even his feats in that form aren't even that impressive: the explosion of the punch is plain tiny compared to the earth cutting beam, and the moon kick, while impressive, can't be spammed like the god beam.
Webcomic spoilers: >!Additionally, I find it funny that people think that AG is on the level of MB Boros and not released Boros: that makes no sense. MB Boros is too limited in time, if AG is on his level, he's WAY above Boros gener... keep reading on reddit ➡
A correction (~-20%) can happen, but the bubble will not burst (where $TSLA loses more than 50%-90% of its value). Here's why:
So a lot of people often use the dotcom bubble as a parallel to speculate the pop of the Tesla bubble. The most immediate comparisons come from names such as Amazon, which lost nearly 90% of its value from the peak of the bubble but was eventually able to gain back most of its shares. Other comparisons also include stocks such as Yahoo, which was actually added to the S&P 500 in 1999, right before the bubble burst, or even Qualcomm/Cisco.
These speculations and comparisons are always interesting to think about. They come from deductions, aka where you extrapolate data points from the past in order to predict what is going to happen in the future. However, a deduction is often not the most useful mental model, especially when circumstances are different in the future. And this is one of those cases where the circumstances are actually very different.
Now the basic argument of "Tesla is not a car company" is often overused. Yes, Tesla creates batteries, they are going into the autonomous market soon, their AutoPilot is one of the best AI that the world has today (stronger than NVIDIA's GPUs), they are going to get into the insurance game, they are going to get into the financing industry, some people might even say they are going to collaborate with Space X to create flying cars in 2050. That's all great. However, I'm actually going to argue that despite all of these things, Tesla's current price is overvalued but yet, the stock will not burst. And this has in large part to do with how the markets and trader psychology works today, and how different it is from 1999/2000:
As information and financial data has become more widely available through the internet, the markets have had a tendency to price things way ahead of it's time. For example, Tesla believers (bloggers/Youtubers/communities) can now share their bull case for Tesla and what the company will do years and years down the line. While CEOs and company personnel are not allowed to share such projections due to SEC rules, there is nothing stopping these communities from doing so. The most prominent of this has perhaps been Cathie Wood's ARK Invest. She laid out the case for Tesla way back in 2017, and as some of her projections (such as Tesla's profitability) have proven to be correct, people have now become believers that her entire bull case (of Tesla owning the... keep reading on reddit ➡