This post is from 17 days ago, posted here on r/ValueInvesting. This WSJ article had a photo of u/DeepFuckingValue's notebook. Among other thoughts, it includes what I assume to be various stock picks.
I decided to put these in a simple spreadsheet, to see a broad overview of performance. This is the result of that; fairly good performance.
Mace Security Inc, MACE, $0.39
Funko Inc, FNKO, $12.90
Jumia Tech AG, JMIA, $62.80
BYD Company, BYDDF, $32.10
Forterra Inc, FRTA, $19.44
NVIDIA Corp, NVDA, $529.48
Starpharma Holdings Ltd, SPL, $1.53
Nano Dimension Ltd, NNDM, $15.11
Ericsson, ERIC, $12.75
Nokia, NOK, $4.89
FuelCell Energy, FCEL, $21.88
Ideanomics Inc, IDEX, $4.34
Humanigen Inc, HGEN, $19.59
Prices are from 17 days ago
Since DFV views himself as a value investor, I'm curious to see the opinion of these tickers on this subreddit.
Is that a high wage? Do they deserve it?
I dont think it crazy. If we don’t pay teachers well we will end up with a load of shit teachers and dumb kids.
Thank you all for the awards!!!! ❤️ This group of folks are truly amazing and inspiring!
I run a private campground. I treat winter as a time to stay indoors with a cozy book and some hot chocolate. I wouldn’t say I relax, not with all the various winter monsters that lurk in the woods, and especially not this year. But with spiders crawling in my lungs every night (no I’m not letting you forget about that particular visual) I’ve at least bought myself some breathing room. (hah)
I did get to curl up with a good book by the fireplace, at least. Or rather, a journal that’s been printed on the world’s shittiest office printer. Seriously, this thing had to recalibrate itself three times (and whose idea was to make the calibration page print in color? Color ink is expensive and money is tight around here, asshole) and I had to reinstall the drivers once.
I really wanted to drag it outside and beat it to within an inch of its life. And then beat it some more, throw its remains in the dumpster, and go buy a new one made by ANYONE OTHER THAN HP. The only thing that saved the printer’s life is that it is still very cold outside and now there’s a windchill making it even worse.
But it finally got the job done and now I can go back to pretending it doesn’t exist until it infuriates me again. I swear I have Stockholm syndrome with this thing because I say this every time it malfunctions and I’ve had it for three years.
I’m looking for specific information in this journal. I have a hunch on how to deal with the thorns. I just need a way to act on it and I’m hoping this will give me some ideas. Instead, I found myself getting sidetracked and reading whatever was in front of me, for pages and pages. I finally gave up and started at the beginning.
I feel I should share one of his… adventures… with all of you.
My ancestor’s writing is effusive. It flows from page to page as he captures the grief and the pain he felt down on paper. Were I to merely recite the facts, this post would only be a few paragraphs. I feel that would do a disservice to my ancestor. His words were not merely to record, they were to capture his e... keep reading on reddit ➡
Big thanks to u/Unlikely_Jellyfish55’s earlier post for the inspiration.
This is all information I found in Josie’s baby journal story from yesterday afternoon.
Does anyone have a book for modules that develop more slowly, and another for ones that you get through quickly? So the quick book would have your daily todos, for example, but the slow one would have the things you end up having to copy over laboriously every time you start a new bullet journal. Has anyone found this to be a good system, or does it just get too much having multiple notebooks and having to decide where to put each new module?
By Caitlin Ring Carlson and Luc S. Cousineau
Abstract: In the United States, social media organizations are not legally liable for what users do or say on their platforms and are free to regulate expression in any way they see fit. As a result, dark corners of the Internet have emerged to foster communities whose sole purpose is to create and share content that subjugates members of traditionally marginalized groups. The subreddit,/r/TheRedPill, is one such community. This article explores whether hiding this offensive content through digital “quarantine” or removing the community altogether is more ethically justifiable. We draw on theorizing about the ethics of social media content moderation to develop a framework for ethical decision-making based on transparency, corporate social responsibility, and human dignity to guide decisions about content removal. Using/r/TheRedPill as a case study, we argue that the most ethically justified course of action is for Reddit to remove the site entirely from its platform.
>Quarantining/r/TheRedPill subreddit removes this content from the main/r/all feed so that those targeted or offended by the expression of/r/TheRedPill community members are not inadvertently exposed to it. However, this leads to the question of whether allowing it to stay on the site at all, even behind a security screen, is respectful of all users’ dignity. We would argue that it is not.
>If Reddit ignored its own position, the company would likely decide to remove the/r/TheRedPill because it would see the hateful and harassing content as deleterious to women users of the site (estimated to be several million), rather than a way to maintain engagement from a mid-sized subreddit community (less than 400,000). By minimizing the decision-making power of the potential impact on advertising revenue, or a potential public offering, content moderators at Reddit could better consider the point of view of the people who are demeaned by the content posted on/r/TheRedPill subreddit.
>The final tenet of the proposed ethical framework draws on the stakeholder model of corporate social responsibility (Carroll, 2016) to encourage social media organizations such as Reddit to consider the impact of it... keep reading on reddit ➡