Let’s show them how many of their traders are out. These fuckers are set to IPO this year, fools. Who’s trading data are you gonna sell if all of us leave? Shilling out to big money was the worst financial mistake of your pathetic wanna-be corps life. I’m out, but I’m not selling on RH until it’s motherfucking done. Collect tendies and your tax information and split. Who’s with me?
GME 5000 is not a meme.
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This thread can be used for discussion of the demo, though demo posts are not limited to its confines.
The eShop may be slow. Personally I clicked download, put my Switch into sleep mode even through the game icon didn't initially appear, and had my demo after a half hour, so hopefully that helps.
The 30-hunt limit can apparently be bypassed by deleting the demo's save data.
As per the title, whilst working through the hell that has been Covid19, I received a payrise in the region of £450 per month. Rather than put that in joint account, I started some savings for the family, something we havent been able to do for a while. We now have a safety net of around £2500 (£2000 in savings acct and £500 in some shares) and whilst we arent flash with cash, we can live comfortably on our wages. These savings have helped me sleep a bit better at night knowing we now have 3 months bills covered and the kids can have a treat from time to time.
I havent told my wife because if I did it would get swallowed up in the hum drum of life. I want to treat her to something nice in a few years, a new car for example and id love to just take her out and go here you go, pick what you like. She deserves it.
Edit: This has blown up in a way I didnt expect!
Just to be clear. Both our wages go into one joint account, all bills etc come from that acct. Traditionally she looked after the finances as I was not good with money, I know she had a savings account for us, but when we had our children, we found we had started to dip into it more often than we added to it.
I was honest with her that our finances worried me and we were loosing our safety net, so she knows I put a bit of money away back in 2018 but we ended up having to spend that when our fridge and freezer broke within days of each other.
I have - since posting the original message - told her about the payrise and the savings, she was fine about it. She said she doesnt want a replacement car yet, but wants me to keep saving incase we need one.
I'm seeing a-lot of comparisons going on to the bubble in 1999 with the crazy valuations going on. Furthermore, I see the same things like 08-09 was the last time we had a serious correction and increasing Covid cases with the weakening dollar could be the catalyst blah blah blah. Who the hell cares? This fear mongering of what might happen tomorrow is some shit i'm tryna leave behind in 2020. The bigger picture here is that our very landscape has changed in the last 2 decades and we have to stop being scared of change and fear of a correction. Can it happen? Sure, in fact it probably should happen but will that change anything in the long term? No. Here's a few differences between our very economy now versus what it was like 10-20 years ago...
We live in a day and age where more people have access to investing in our history with zero commission trading fees and apps like robinhood, acorns, or betterment that appeal appeal to the beginner investor. The result is that the younger and younger generations are becoming more involved in the investment sector of the economy. Coupled with the fact that a large part of these young investors Millenials and Gen Z, do not own a home and/or live with their parents they have more freedom to put their disposable income into the market. What's interesting is that millennials are actually one of the most cynical generations towards the stock market mostly because we have lived through two major recessions in recent times and have a large distrust placed in large financial institutions. This seems to have fundamentally changed proportion of americans who are benefitting from the stock markets bull run from an individual standpoint. However, with the rise of 401(k) benefits offered by employers and expansion of these plans, millennials are shifting more disposable income towards these options as opposed to self directed or individual plans which tells a different story.
We live in a day and age where new financial instruments and investing options are dominating the market popularity. The historic rise of ETFs approx +6,000 since 2009 have ushered in a new era of low cost diversification for the average investor. Employers are increasing 401(k) benefits and company match policies allowing for large capital accumulation among younger investors who are reaping the benefits. The rise of cryptocurrency has brought in an entirely new method to invest in the future which is particularly attractive to the younge... keep reading on reddit ➡
Many of the things now happening the world—like the creating a lot of debt and money, big wealth and political gaps, and the rise of new world power (China) challenging an existing one (the US)—haven’t happened in our lifetimes but have happened many times in history for the same reasons they’re happening today. I’m especially interested in discussing this with you so that we can explore the patterns of history and the perspective they can give us on our current situation.
If you’re interested in learning more you can read my series “The Changing World Order” on Principles.com or LinkedIn. If you want some more background on the different things I think and write about, I’ve made two 30-minute animated videos: "How the Economic Machine Works," which features my economic principles, and "Principles for Success,” which outlines my Life and Work Principles.
EDIT: Thanks for the great questions. I value the exchanges if you do. Please feel free to continue these questions on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. I'll plan to answer some of the questions I didn't get to today in the coming days on my social media.
Yes, I know about the leaks. Yes, I know about the DirectX thing that was datamined. I want a PC version just as much as the next person but none of this is definitive proof of a PC version. The leaks could easily be fake or old info. Just because other stuff in the leaks turned out to be true does not mean that every single thing that was leaked is true. The DirectX thing could easily be a remnant of the game being developed on PC - it does not automatically mean that a PC port is in the works for consumers.
Way too many people are going around just flat out stating that there WILL be a PC version when this is absolutely not confirmed to be the case and never will be unless Capcom flat-out comes out and says it. I'm not saying there will never be a PC version. In fact the info from leaks and datamining do make the possibility much more likely, but they are NOT proof. So please stop going around saying that there WILL be a PC version. You're just spreading misinformation and getting people's hopes up excessively.
EDIT: I appreciate that most of you seem to get my point, but at the same time some of y'all really need a basic class in reading comprehension. I AM NOT SAYING THAT IT'S WRONG TO PUT STOCK IN THE LEAKS OR EVEN TO SIMPLY WANT A PC VERSION. I want a PC version too. I'm just saying that it's wrong to say that there WILL be a PC version when it hasn't been confirmed.