Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Edit : this blew the fuck up. I appreciate the love, toke on, Motherfuckers.
It was like 3-4years ago when I was smoking outside with my friend hand he catched a mosquito biting him. We had fresh bowl loaded up and my friend put the dead mosquito on top of the weed as a joke and told me to smoke it. Well, Im curious person and tend to do some fucking dumb things and I thought "it's just a tiny mosquito, does it even taste like anything" and yeah, it tasted alright. The taste was horrible, I can quite describe it but I puked instantly so badly my eyes were watering and there were chucks of vomit on my nostrils while my friend just laughed his ass off next to me :D the rest of the bowl didn't taste like anything but weed so the mosquito was basically a one hitter. I still today think what the fuck was I thinking when I decided to smoke that mosquito. I propably didn't think at all.
So guys do you have some weird ass thing you habe put in you bongs or joints or pipes maybe?
I just finished a normal t-break (2-weeks), but this one was different because I started it to catch up on schoolwork. I was somewhat depressed to realize that daily smoking reduced the amount of work I could do. Even more depressing was when I found out that smoking weed every day didn’t only limit my productive hours (I don’t work well while high) but also limited my will to do work when I wasn’t high. Smoking every day made me forget about my lifetime priorities. It let me finish each night with a deluded sense that the day was productive. During my t-break, I caught up on my work and even got ahead. I already took one day off again and I may be done smoking every day.
When I retire someday, I intend to smoke every day and many times during the day, but now, before I’ve achieved anything, I’m going to be mindful of how weed affects me reaching my goals. If you think you can smoke everyday, think about your long-term goals and whether you are better or worse off being high all the time. For me the answer is in moderation, it preserves my motivation, my time, and my bank account.
Edit: thx for support. If you can smoke at night and manage to reach your full potential you are one of the lucky ones. Even if I wait till 10 pm everyday, I’m still a bit of a blob trying to accomplish things throughout the day. If it works for you, cheers, it doesn’t for me.
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Edit: To those saying how stupid and dangerous this was. Well, no shit. Ya reckon? Why do you think we college freshmen did it? If we did, that is. The residents of that room are still my best friends, and this (may have) happened decades ago.
Also, if you look to your right, you'll see:
The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood. Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact.
Edit #2: Thank you, kind strangers!
I’ve already posted DDs on silver in WallStreetBets a couple times, but I decided to come to r/StockMarket this time because WSB is completely focused on GME at the moment.
Note this is not a post to tell you sell your GME. I’m personally still long GME.
In fact I hope I GME hits $1000 after earnings, I salute you fellow Apes.
Silver however, is the market I have done the most research for, and why I am writing this DD.
This post is quite long so here’s the TLDR if you are lazy: Buy PSLV and get ready to ride the silver rocketship. Alternatively, purchase 1000oz bars of silver at premiums under 5% to ride the rocket.
There are two types of bull markets in silver. One is a fundamentals-based bull market, where silver is undervalued relative to industrial and monetary demand. The second type of silver bull market is a short squeeze. Both types of bull markets have occurred at different points in the past 60 years. However, the 1971-80 market in which the price of silver increased over 30x does was combination of both types of bull markets.
I believe we may be entering another silver bull market like the one that began in the fall of 1971, where both a short squeeze and fundamentals-based rally occur simultaneously.
So what are these ‘smoke alarms’ I mentioned?
I recently went digging through various data to try and quantify where we are in the silver bull/bear market cycle.
I ended up creating an indicator that I like to call SMOEC, pronounced ‘smoke’.
The components of the abbreviation come from the words Silver, Money supply, and Economy.
Lets look at the money supply relative to the economy, or GDP. More specifically, if you look at the chart below, you will see the ratio of M3 Money supply to nominal GDP, monthly, from 1960 through 2020.
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Edit: wow... I didn't expect this to get THIS much traction, but thank you. Save your awards for GME, and keep looking for hiding spots. The numbers are hard time process, so I appreciate all the great REAL DD that goes on here.
I don't want to call this DD, as it is not yet proven, but I think it is worth discussing. I am no advisor, nor a mongoose. Read everything with hefty skepticism.
After reading this article linked here, I think I now understand a bigger picture. I've been working to determine the SI (as I know MANY people have) and of course run into the same problems..... So much of the officially published numbers make absolutely no sense with what we already know to be true.
Something is wrong. Muckery is afoot!
Then I see this.
This is an article from 2012, after the 2008 crash!! It outlines some basics, but one thing it revealed is that naked shorts and FTDs could be hidden (they called it CONVERTED) in waaaay out-there OTM calls.
If their short position has been CONVERTED then they no longer have to report it as short.
Which is why the numbers look funky low.... But Hedgies are still scrambling, FUDding and threatening. It explains why FINRA data looks so high, even though short positions are (a week later) reported as low.
FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS DECENT, please stop buying and using options!!!! It gives the Hedgies a place to hide their short positions and makes things so much harder and worse for the retail investor.
MOASS will happen WHEN IT HAPPENS. Until then just fucking relax and FFS get off your phone and go read a book.
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CALGARY, AB, March 24, 2021 /CNW/ - High Tide Inc. ("High Tide" or the "Company") (TSXV: HITI) (OTCQB: HITIF) (FRA: 2LY), a retail-focused cannabis corporation enhanced by the manufacturing and distribution of consumption accessories, is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition (the "Acquisition") of Smoke Cartel Inc. ("Smoke Cartel") (OTCQB: SMKC) and now operates both the largest and second largest e-commerce platforms for consumption accessories in the world1 with a combined total of 33 million site visits in 2020. As a result of the acquisition, High Tide has considerably expanded its footprint in the United States market, and is very enthusiastic about its position to begin online cannabis sales should the United States move forward with federal legalization.
"The acquisition of Smoke Cartel is part of our strategy to aggressively pursue M&A targets that can be immediately accretive to shareholders. Now that the transaction has closed, High Tide will move quickly to take advantage of Smoke Cartel's proprietary and licensable drop-shipping technology to enhance all our e-commerce businesses and further drive vertical integration across all accessory business lines, while continuing to make progress on our application to list on the Nasdaq," said Raj Grover, President and Chief Executive Officer of High Tide. "This deal immediately gives High Tide access to Smoke Cartel's 550,000 customers, driving more sales opportunities and increased profit margin," added Mr. Grover.
The Acquisition was completed pursuant to the terms of the definitive agreement (the "Acquisition Agreement") previously announced by the Company on January 25, 2021. High Tide acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of Smoke Cartel ("SC Shares") for US$8.0 Million, implying an approximate value of US$0.31 per SC Share.
The consideration was comprised of: (i) 9,540,754 common shares of High Tide (the "HT Shares"), having an aggregate value of US$6.0 Million with each HT Share priced at the 10-day volume weighted average price of the HT Shares on the TSX Venture Exchange immediately prior to the closing of the Acquisition (the "Share Consideration"); and (ii) US$2.0 Million in cash (the "Cash Consideration"). As a result of U.S. se... keep reading on reddit ➡