(Trey’s Trades here) Fellow apes, AMC movie is showing today from 8:30AM - 3:00PM, and nothing sucks more then running out of popcorn at the beginning of the movie. Enjoy your popcorn the whole movie. I hear THE LAST HALF HOUR OF THE MOVIE TODAY IS REALLY GOOD, YOU’LL PROBABLY WANT SOME POPCORN FOR THE END, AROUND 3:30.
Apes together strong🦍🦍
1.) COVID vaccine rollout has started, and we will be able to attend movies soon. The Biden Administration (sorry for getting political, just pls keep reading) has an ambitious plan (100 million vaccines in 100 days or whatever the fuck) and this pandemic is almost over. I’d give it until the end of the year.
3.) Consumers have a sentimental connection to movies. They will come back. People are starved for the outside world and will come out in massive hordes to watch movies. People will go out and see movies, take their kids, go on dates, etc. Nothing can replicate the experience of a giant screen and surround audio.
4.) This major influx of blue balled movie goers will cause a major boost in 2021. Then we will see a continuation of the year over year growth we have been seeing since 2012.
5.) The AMC business model is working. The revenue has steadily increased since 2012 year over year. In 2012, they made $811 million. In 2019, they made $5.47 billion. There has been a steady rise. THEY ARE NOT IN DECLINE.
6.) I understand they have many loans, but it is something that can be paid off in a few years with the help of their parent company, Wanda Entertainment, and increased profits in 2021.
7.) They will not go bankrupt. WANDA entertainment, a Chinese company owns the plurality share (20%) and will bail them out if it is necessary. They bought for $2.6 billion in 2012, and have seen a ROI, scoring $2.7 billion in 2013, the year immediately after their purchase. AMC is too good of an asset for Wanda to lose them. Also, AMC can take advantage of new stimulus and other government assistance programs.
8.) It’s extremely cheap right now because everybody is shorting, and there’s a pandemic. Corona is only temporary. Everybody thought GameStop was going to go under, until we showed them. Remember t... keep reading on reddit ➡
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EIP 1559 is a proposal to reform the Ethereum fee market, with the following key changes:
Essentially, instead of all of the short-term volatility in demand for transaction space within a block translating into volatility in transaction fees, some of the volatility instead translates into volatility in block size.
Copying from an older post:
There are three major problems with the status quo of transaction fee markets:
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I understand that people don’t like them and they’re out of style rn, but I really like how they look and I like the way they disperse ceiling lighting in a softer way. Is there any reason that everyone seems to hate them other than “they’re ugly”?
Laugh myself silly, every. time. 🤣