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Chaos reigns. Three goals with the goalie pulled.
Edit: To everyone (and in particular the person kind enough to grant the platinum award, you legend): thank you for supporting this post and again feel free to send me a message if you have any questions or comments, have a great day and best of luck with your investments.
That's right, your monthly update on the sector that the majority of people seem to hate and has a total market cap almost equal to that of Pinterest. Yes, even I was suprised about this. A sector that provides fuel for powering 20% of the entire US and around 10% of all power generation globally has a combined market cap equivalent to a website where you can look for pictures of furniture (extremely simplified but you get the point).
But I digress, for those of you who have not read my previous updates and DD, here is a general market analysis and five stock suggestions, [here](https://amp.reddit.com/r/investing/... keep reading on reddit ➡
The federal government ran a $120-billion deficit between April and June, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued to extend financial aid to people and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The staggering deficit comes as Statistics Canada posted new economic numbers on Friday, which showed the Canadian economy shrinking by a record-high 38 per cent over the same three-month period.
The new economic and fiscal data underscores the immense challenge facing the Trudeau Liberals during the pandemic, who are facing calls to both reorient Canada’s fiscal position while also ensuring struggling families and businesses get the supports they need.
According to new data released by Finance Canada on Friday, Ottawa ran a $33-billion deficit in the month of June alone — far more than the $28 billion deficit it was projected to post for the entire 2020-21 fiscal year. It ran a combined $120 billion deficit over the entire quarter, compared to a deficit of just $85 million in the same peri... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I work as a department head for a major liquor store chain in Texas. I have close to ten years of experience with the company. However I had a brief break in my employment where I tried another career path, it didn't work out though and I was back at my current job in less then a year. The way PTO works at my company is the amount of PTO you earn per hour worked goes up once you've worked a certain number of years with the company.
The company just decided that they have been judging our PTO accruals incorrectly since they changed their payroll systems a few years ago, and that it should be based off of our rehire date and not the total time worked for the company. This caused them to determine that I have been given too much PTO, so they took away all PTO I have banked and put me at negative 27 hours of PTO. They say I can now earn PTO at the rate of 3 hours per pay period (we are paid every two weeks), so I wont be able to start gaining PTO again for about 18 weeks.
There was no no... keep reading on reddit ➡
Granted, I'm sure this number is inflated by the costs of covid which won't always be a factor. But our deficit has been running in the trillions for a long while. What should we do to balance it?
(Yes, I realize it's okay to have debt and okay to have deficits. Just humor me and say what you think we ought to do if we were required to balance the budget)
Real Clear Politics has Trump behind by an average of 10 points across all polls.
In 2018, many senate and house candidates tried to tie their campaign to Trump. Do you believe that the Republican Party candidates will repeat that campaign strategy even if the polls continue showing this bad news? If so, why do you believe it is in their interest to do so? If not, when do you think the Republicans will begin contrasting themselves with Trump and what will that look like?
Female | 25 | 5’9.5 | 145 lbs
I’m feeling a bit discouraged and was hoping someone could give me some insight. I have not seen much change in my physique the past year and a half (if anything, maybe a slight weight gain ~5lbs?) despite my consistency in exercising and tracking calories.
I have spent a majority of my life inactive, slightly overweight, and with little muscle tone. I lost 25lbs in 2018 and started lifting in August 2018 with some newbie gains. I have consistently lifted 4 days a week since then following Bret Contreras programs — with the exception of this past March-May when my gym was closed, so I did Whitney Simmons at-home programs.
I feel stronger in some areas, like hip thrusts, but I have difficulty increasing weight in other areas like squats and upper body.
I track every meal, weighing what I can. My weekly average is 1700-1900. I try to stick to my macros 45% carbs 25% fat and 30% protein. I often end up with a higher fat i... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just listening to the Heavy Hands recap of Miocic vs Cormier, and they mention (from 11:45) that heavyweight is a lacklustre division because HWs don't have the depth in training partners available lower weight classes.
Can anyone expand on that? Not quite sure what they mean.
The minimum wage was never supposed to be a living wage. The minimum wage was always supposed to be a decent living wage. Franklin Delano Roosevelt created it because "It seems to me to be equally plain that no business which depends for existence on paying less than living wages to its workers has any right to continue in this country. By "business" I mean the whole of commerce as well as the whole of industry, by workers I mean all workers, the white collar class as well as the men in overalls; and by living wages I mean more than a bare subsistence leave-I mean the wages of decent living."
Every worker, every business.
The minimum wage isn't supposed to pay pocket money to teenagers. Minimum wage jobs aren't for teenagers to make pocket money. What McDonald's is employing a team of teenagers at 1pm on a Tuesday? How are they working full-time if they're in school 8 hours a day? That's an idiotic assertion.
Median rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in the US is something like 1,200 do... keep reading on reddit ➡
Do you think the dollar will eventually crash?
How can we as retail investor take advantage of it?
Is investing SIP in Motilal S&P and Nasdaq a good option or should we stop it temporarily?