Taking only stuff you can by for cash, at Prapor's you can get an AKS-74U, SKS, PP-91 and Infantry Mosin.
The only reflex sight you can get is the Cobra mounted EKP-8-02, which you can't mount on any of these weapons.
You can also get a TOZ and a Saiga-9 from Skier, which won't even let you commit suicide with how bad they both are.
I don't see anything at lvl 1 that has a Cobra mount. The only thing with a mount is the AKS-74U, which needs a B-18 mount - available at lvl 2 Mechanic (requires PMC level 20).
B-11 handguard is at lvl 2 Skier (requires PMC level 15).
So basically, as far as purchasable equipment goes, you're stuck with iron sights until level 15, as far as I can see.
There's effectively no customisation available at all. You can get an AK-100 series polymer handguard, but no weapons for it. You can get the AKS-74U, but no components with slots for it.
Of course you could argue that you can scavenge some modifiable weapons during a raid, but:
Where did this 1.5 trillion dollars come from?
How are we supposed to pay for it?
So i keep seeing news about the stock market plunged because of the coronavirus, like
What is going on ? Is this something serious, and if it is- will it has any impact to our daily lives?
Thank you for answering.
The US stock market has now wiped out the entire $11.5 trillion of value it gained since Trump's 2016 election victory
Poor choice I think. I don't see an issue with it being at LVL 5. Maybe LVL 10 would be a better compromise. Some early tasks will be near impossible to complete without flea market.
Some of us work 40+ hours weeks and can only game for short periods. It could take us weeks to hit LVL 15...
Main issue will be no access to good ammo so we are fucked trying to kill geared players ..
*Source: patch notes and tarkov facebook post.
I get it
We’re a bunch of retarded assholes and autists But we used to make fucking $30,000 on a play and give like $1000 to a charity
That was peak WSB’s
Come Monday I’m opening more SPY put positions and closing the ones I’m holding right now in profit
I’m gonna be donating some of it to the St. Jude
If I’m gonna be retarded and yolo and win
Might as well give something back
WSBs used to do this shit all the time, no clue why we stopped
Edit: Gold and Silver? Awww You guys shouldn’t have. No really. Save your money and buy puts.
For those of you so eager to buy back in, it would be good to get educated on what a bear market actually is. It's not just a term for stocks going down or a particularly deep dip to buy.
Bear markets act a certain way, last a certain amount of time and certainly don't magically reset back into the last bull market we had. There will be a new bull market (at some point) but it likely will be very different from the nature of the one that is now dead and buried that we all loved so much from 2009 - 2020. Expect different market leadership, different return patterns and certainly a different duration.
The good news is that typically the sharper the drop into bear market territory, the quicker the recovery is.
This is a decent primer from AP: https://apnews.com/de346fd365b1e91cc0c204f68bed700d
When an IRA or 401K is rolled over to another provider, your investments are typically sold, a check is issued, and sent either to (a) You or (b) the new institution.
I would caution initiating a rollover right now due to extreme volatility. Let's say that your old plan is liquidated today, right after a 10% drop. The check is mailed out in 5 business days, you receive it in another 3 business days, and forward it to your new institution who processes it in 5 business days. That's 13 business days in which a lot of swings may have taken place, and with funds being liquidated you may have taken a massive loss. I generally don't recommend timing the market, but with rollovers you are out of the market for a few weeks, it may be wise to keep your funds in the current plan and wait to roll over until the volatility has subsided.
Also even after this plunge the stock market remains historically expensive.
Last weekend I posted explaining how VIX was building huge pressure and peeps were gonna get wasted (https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/f85rkh/volatility_plays/). This week the VIX hit its highest point in almost 9 YEARS and whaddya know... this weekend we're treated to a ton of converted gaylords who bought their puts on Friday morning hyping up every possible piece of beer virus noise to feel better about their poor choices in life. The same people who were somehow able to ignore every piece of beer virus news the five days between getting approved on RH to buy a gaytarded $200 MSFT FD and getting completely screwed to a 0$ account balance this week.
Here's what the chart looks like now: https://imgur.com/a/DM6kdBD
Guess what. You're about to get screwed again. That cash withdrawal you made on Friday from your credit card so you could buy a put? Probabl... keep reading on reddit ➡
Before you start reading on the main topic, i would like to make an analogy.
The reason World War I started is extensively credited to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Its assassination is considered the fuse that would light the fire that would culminate in World War I.
Europe had many problems between it's nations before the assassination, things weren't going well diplomatically and there was a huge pressure on aliances systems and so on, it was just waiting to happen and the murder of the archduke just made it possible.
Having that in mind:
The coronavirus was just the fuse that would light the fire to the recession.
Relevant things that were happening before the coronavirus:
It’s really mentally draining for me following the market....especially lately. The news seem to all use the most over the top language, and they rush to put out articles with kneejerk reactions to intraday swings with guesses rather than actual analysis. It feels like all hype and bs.
What are some sources that actually just analyze the market movements clearly, but not dramatically?
A lot of people are freaking out and rightfully so as this is the first bear market for many investors. Reminder, time is on your side. Time in the market is more important than timing the market.
I haven't looked at my 401k because I'm sure it's not pretty. But I started thinking that maybe this is a good thing? Won't my weekly payroll contributions be spent buying low and then when the market recovers my 401k will reap the benefits?
If they want to raise the flea market level cap, then they need to drastically rework traders, and basically trash all of the quests (they are by far the worst quests of any game I've ever played) and make actual fun content.
Otherwise, new players are forced to slog and grind their way through atrocious "quests" while have no access to any acceptable quality gear. Sounds like a great time.
I praise tehlu every day for the fact that I had access to the flea at 5, otherwise I would have bounced off of the game again, since you don't actually get to have much fun until you can actually start building the loadouts you want.
This is a garbage change, but the more important issue is how bad the traders and current quest content is.
10 year treasury record low (.936).
REPO (14 day) Markets are over subscribed. IF the FED didn't step in rates would have been 10%+.
COVID 19 hasn't even really begun to get rolling.
FED .50 bps drop didn't do shit.
Deutsche Bank, HSBC might go under this year.
Feels like the wheels might come off this wagon.
JFKs father famously sold off his positions when his shoes shine boy started talking to him about the stock market and giving him advice on what companies to own. Full article.
The fact that r/wallstreetbets has been the number 1 "fastest growing subreddit" recently should probably set off some warning bells. May be wise to at least hedge or reconsider the "stonks only go up" mantra.
impossible to call a top but can always protect your account from getting blown up. Right now we are 17% above 200 DMA, in 1999 it went to 50%. This market has room to get even more retarded so going negative is probably ill advised. That said, when it drops it'll be epic and I look forward to seeing the fallout.
Good luck fellow autists!
Market trades are halted once again after S&P falls another 7% amid Trump banning travel to European countries for 30 days.
EDIT: Travel is only banned for foreign citizens. Americans who have been screened before entry are good.
I thought empty shelves were supposed to be a communist thing
Large influenza outbreaks happen about once every 30 to 35 years, that is on top of the coronaviruses like SARS and a myriad other possible diseases. And markets seem to make these things even more dangerous.
1: Disgusting, unhygenic unregulated meat markets.
2: Panic buying of sanitation products, which prices out people who would be best suited to have those products to reduce public risk (e.g. retail workers, some of whom are handling cash and credit cards from hundreds of people). Panic buying also brings people together where they can spread the virus to eachother.
3: If food prices go up, they had better go down very fast or you can get a food riot and looting on your hands, good luck getting new suppliers in when they risk getting their stock stolen. And people who can not procure food because prices are high are unlikely to stay home and starve , they are going outside to either continue working... keep reading on reddit ➡
I never consented to any of the messed up stuff capitalists do in the financial sectors of our economy. At their best they consolidate their own wealth and leave a few breadcrumbs for the rest of us. At their worst they do some shady shit or overreact to a virus, then panic and pull all their investments turning the world into a dumpster fire. While we struggle to get by, they reinvest their money at the bottom of the market and come out richer than before.
I never agreed to this how do I opt out?
Sorry I'm feeling pessimistic.
How long will the VIX continue to remain above 40? Why do we still have 100 point swings and why do we have face ripping dips and rallies? As previously mentioned, this correction was the fastest in history and the markets haven't experienced volatility like this since the 2008 financial crisis.
So let's take a look at what happened since the 2008 financial crisis:
The rapid selling of 1 week reached a selling climax and found support at 284.82, the October 2019 low. On 3/3/20 at 10 am, the Fed announced an emergency 50 bps rate cut, where SPY briefly peaked at 313.84. In effect, we are range bound between 313.84 and 284.82. Think of this as the high volatility zone.
This is not the... keep reading on reddit ➡
Air France - 17.8%
Lufthansa - 19.07%
RCL & CCL Futures - Both over 20% up...
What is this madness, the day after US bans travel to Europe and coronavirus close down accelerate.
It's almost nonsensical now. Don't fall for this bull trap. It will be tempting but just see how companies which will face massive material losses are going and you can see this is a senseless rally.
AAL up 10%. another airline with international routes hit hard..
Boeing up 11.7%. who are still not getting much progress on the 737 plus same problems as airbus.
Airbus up 7.4%. who are having contracts for plans cut or converted everyday.
Ferrari up 14% who have just had f1 possibly off till july.
Juventus up 20%... a team which is going to lose millions from season cancellation, shirt sales, player values and wages.
All companies with massive losses in this situation.
As seen in this article but not explained.
"Stock market crash" is a figure of speech guys.