There are so many talented people in this space that I don't know who to listen to. And if you listen to too many, then it all becomes noise -- Analyst #1 will say X player stinks, while #2 will say start him. Too many voices run together.
I know, when I played redraft, my guy was Evan Silva (and a little bit of JJ Zachariason). I tuned everyone else out, especially the ESPN gang because mainstream listens to them.
If you had to pick one expert for dynasty, who is the best? Or who makes you think deeply about things? Thanks
I spent the last 2 months learning to react and now I can proudly say that I can defend myself, I built some mini-applications to test my skills (components, state, basic hooks, react-router, calls HTTP with Axios) but I feel like I get stuck and I would like to find some tutorial or course to improve what I know.
So my question is how do you get your expertise level? Which is your guide in the dark to reach the light of the wisdom?
I have never ever had a weed stock in my portfolio and semiconductors and CRM tools are my main area of analysis, but $TLRY is looking like an absolute move. I thought about getting in at $8, now it’s $29. Obviously my rationale is that the US now has a more liberal administration and we know that’s good for the weed industry. But can someone more knowledgeable in the weed stocks please give me some insight to a TLRY play?
Not sure if this question is allowed, but to all the regulars here, what is your area of personal expertise? Ex: Are you experienced in the field of law, biology, etc.
I’m Andy! My career at H＆R Block spans nearly a decade, currently serving as a director for The Tax Institute. My TTI colleagues and I are constantly analyzing and studying the ever-changing tax laws. I like to share what I’ve learned over the years with taxpayers, and the fine people of Reddit, so they understand how federal and state tax laws impact them.
Outside of the tax world I love spending time with my joint-filer (wife) and three dependents (kids). I also enjoy craft beer, playing soccer and drinking craft beer after over-exerting myself while attempting to play soccer.
I’m Mike! I’ve been at H＆R Block for 11 years, currently serving as a manager of Tax Change Analysis for The Tax Institute. Looking forward to chatting with everyone today about some of their uncertainties in filing their 2020 taxes and any other burning tax questions you may have!
In my everyday life, I enjoy spending time with my joint-filer and one 2-year old dependent. My hobbies include running, cycling, cooking, and I'm a frequent lurker of r/oddlysatisfying.
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What a chaotic day at prometric. I begin the day by catching a train at 5:48 and arrive at the testing center on time. After arriving the old ladies there start panicking and inform us the only 9 of the 12 ppl registered that day are going to be able to sit the exam (due to "corona regulations"... Us candidates begin squabbling over who should get to go etc etc.... No one even considers giving up their spot for a second. An hour goes by while they are starting their systems. Eventually some manage in a suit comes by and waves his magic wand and says actually w/e everyone can take the exam today... By that time its around 9:30, no one starts their exam on time... Everything goes smoothly for a couple of hours, then the circuit breaker jumps.... It takes another 1-1.5 hrs to get their systems back online...45 mins later the testing center server crashes.... I only had 50 questions left. Literally hours go by, for some reason no one even considers leaving the testing site, yet there is absolutely no sign of progress. By this time, the old ladies have gone and were switched by old grandpas who have no clue how computers work. Everything they do, they do it at a turtles pace. Restarting servers, entering passwords for computers, they move like sloths with no sense of urgency... I've already missed the last train home, so I call a friend and make sure I can crash on her couch that night.... 4hrs later, and the server is finally back online. I finish the second to last block, the move on to the last block... I finish the last block in about 30 mins, flying through the questions literally afraid that something might happen to prevent me from finishing (kinda regret this now but w/e). 13hrs later and I've finished step 1.
I’ve been researching and writing materials about how the pandemic spreads for ten months. I know the disease transmission specifics better than any layperson I know. I get briefed weekly by four PhD experts in subjects like disease control.
But every time I get into a discussion with a man about the pandemic or how it spreads, they tell me I’m wrong because they googled it.
Don't get fooled! Most of them know exactly as much as everyone else: nothing!