[The most successful monkey in Wall Street] (https://i.imgur.com/F3Jg6j7.png)
[Raven’s picks] (https://i.imgur.com/4PqNY8S.png)
[The bubble bursts] (https://i.imgur.com/bZxmy4w.png)
Another Dot Com Bubble :
In March 2000, just as the bubble created by the Internet stock craze reached at its peak; Merrill Lynch, one of the world’s largest stock brokerage firm, jumped on the bandwagon with Internet Strategies fund.
The public offering of the two funds was an incredible success. Merrill’s brokers pulled in $1.1 Billion from their trusting (or was it performance chasing?) clients in Internet Strategies Fund.
The subsequent returns of the funds, however, were an incredible failure. (Not surprising: the best time to sell a new fund to investors - when it’s hot, is often the worst time to buy it).
Internet Strategies tanked almost immediately.
Its asset value dropped 61 percent during the remainder of 2000 and another 62 percent by October 2001.
The total loss was a cool 86 percent as most of its investors cashed out their shares at staggering losses. When the fund’s original $1.1 billion of assets had plum- meted to just $128 million,
Merrill decided to kill Internet Strategies and give it a decent burial, merging it with another Merrill fund.
^My Best Chimp impression^
The last entry-level bracket, right here, right now. We were saving some of the best entries for last so you really don't want to miss out.
🖍📮VOTE, VOTE, VOTE🖍📮
CHIMPANZEE DIVISION - https://www.polltab.com/bracket-poll/bXT6ahjPW1i
These next two rounds will determine who fills the last 8 spots in our final bracket.
The tension is palpable.
^(All timezones are EDT (Same as the Market))
Round 1 4:20 pm 4/14 - 4:20 am 4/15 *Voting Closed*
Round 2 4:20 am 4/15 - 4:20 pm 4/15 *Voting Closed*
Round 1 4:20 pm 4/15 - 4:20 am 4/16 *Voting Closed*
Round 2 4:20 am 4/16 - 4:20 pm 4/16 *Voting Closed*
Round 1 4:20 pm 4/16 - 4:20 am 4/17 *Voting Closed*
Round 2 4:20 am 4/17 - 4:20 pm 4/17 *Voting Closed*
Round 1 4:20 pm 4/17 - 4:20 am 4/18
Round 2 4:20 am 4/18 - 4:20 pm 4/18
📺 Round 1 begins 4:20 pm on 4/20 Stay tuned, More to follow 📺
Thank you to everyone who has been understanding with regards to the hiccups with the process.
This community is the best one I have been a part of in all my 6 years of reddit-ing <3
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Are you guys doing that? If yes, what is your rationale behind it? Are there financial incentives?
Maybe I'm getting this wrong and it's not that people willingly share their pants with chimpanzees, but that they make them wear the jeans during the manufacturing process? What benefit could that possible have and why does it only work for jeans then?
They would not be able to contain an advanced civilization from exposing themselves, especially if they have rebellious beings like humans that want to "stick it to the man" and go against the grain.
Before anyone says "you're narrow minded", there are a few things to consider:
I never said aliens don't exist, there just is not sufficient evidence for them visiting earth. These videos are of unidentified objects, to say they're aliens is a claim, and needs to be backed up.
Do you understand how vast space is? Going the speed of light, do you know how long it would take just to go from one end of our galaxy to the other? about 100,000 years. That means you would need a aircraft that lasts a ~100,000 which even with the most advanced technology, isn't possible. The closest potentially habitable planet, the size of earth, is 300 light-years from Earth. So you would need an aircraft that can last 300 years, and that's going at the speed of light.
In regards to point 2, they dont have evidence that spaceships can warp through space in seconds. That is science fiction. Unless you can provide evidence that it can happen, its your opinion, and regardless of how many times you say it in a conversation, it will always be an opinion, until proven otherwise.