Shorts, after many failed attempts, we are warning you now, again, more than ever. (Do you guys just hate making money or what?) WSB, in all its retarded wisdom, will not stop to see this thesis play through to its completion. Now, the whole world is watching this Infinity War play through, and you're at the wrong end of the $ROPE. You guys keep on gluing yourselves into a corner, and the bulls are about to go Muhammad Ali on your ass. Even Jim fucking Cramer said it.
Likewise, to my fellow GameStop/GME GANG BULLS: The longer we wait, the bigger our reward. Let me explain.
Let's assume shorts haven't even covered yet (and many analysts say they haven't), then the bigger our initial investment capital to be multiplied to theoretical infinity, and that's not even counting our call options (juicy gamma squeeze, anyone?). Now, let's do some math.
• Assume C(n) is 'zero point', prior to squeeze; where 'C' is initial capital, and 'n' is all the compounded multiplier prior to the deadly short squeeze. Basically, it's just your total capital multiplied by organic % growth. It's some king shit. Let's say that C(e) is ending capital. Remember the 'compound interest is king' worship on subs like r/investing? Well, my fellow retards, this is compound interest on fucking steroids so scientifically advanced it hasn't even been birthed yet.
• Assume days-to-cover is about 6 as per avg. daily volume and number of shares shorted needing to be unwound, under a 100% of float shorted scenario (which, in our case, is actually 250%-300%+. Who knows how that shit plays out. (I like to play conservative: positive surprise is better than negative.)) (edit: some folks say that the average volume in the past few days has risen by 'x' amount. Might be true, but it could also die down to an averaged baseline since the volume spike was more organic buying imo. Also, consider that the current short % of float is 260.91%**** as of writing (Yahoo! Finance, Dec. 20, 2020 data). That's good for... keep reading on reddit ➡
Do they instinctively "know" they will die by stinging a human?
I’m just a lowly 900IO resto druid and I’m getting really annoyed at the fact that if my group isn’t comprised of hunters, owls and fire mages, it probably isn’t going to go well.
Spiteful and Storming absolutely neuter Melee’s ability to deal their DPS, volcanic on the other hand hardly hinders RDPS. Additionally so many adds and bosses have mechanics that require melee to simply stop DPSing and stand away from the boss for a sustained period of time even though ranged DPS never suffer such a penalty.
To make matters worse, target capping affects most specs in the game and that has lead to us basically being encouraged to bring classes that aren’t capped. Why do some specs have the privilege of doing their full AoE dps when most dont?
I just don’t understand how these problems were allowed into live after countless threads were made on beta forums pointing out that the new m+ meta was even stricter than before. I feel very sad for all the melee dps I have to decline from my groups. I want to bring them; but I also want to time my keys and why would I bring a target capped melee dps that can’t compete on AoE and can’t even DPS half the time without risking instant death from 50 different mechanics?
I hope blizzard addresses this after the RWF is over.
Model S/X - 54,805 (produced) - 57,039 (delivered)
Model 3/Y - 454,932 (produced) - 442,511 (delivered)
Total - 509,737 (produced) - 499,550 (delivered)
Elon Musk forecasted the production target of 500k for 2020 in 2014. This was considered impossible even until recently.
Pilots, snipers, submarines etc especially in the early modern ages of the world wars, how could they know the pilot really did shoot down several enemy planes and weren't just confused, lying, claiming others achievements for their own either intensionally or accidently?
If the online price is lower, you can ask the checker for a price adjustment. Saves me a few bucks almost every trip.
JPMorgan analyst Nick Lai raised the price target on NIO (NYSE: NIO) to $75.00 (from $50.00) after the company revealed four strategic milestones at Nio Day on 1/9:
In-house autonomous driving (AD) solution based on Nvidia architecture
Solid-state battery for the next new model, ET7 sedan, from 4Q22 with 150kwh capacity or >1,000km range
Beginning of content monetization such as Autonomous Driving as a service where users pay a monthly fee
Commercialization of LiDar to deliver super-sensing capability on ET7
Should you buy Amazon stock or has it run out of growth opportunities? What is my price prediction for Amazon? Read until the end of the post as I reveal my price target for Amazon and why I believe it can deliver insane returns!
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Hello everyone and welcome to another stock price prediction! Today we are going to talk about Amazon and what’s the upside for the company! So, let’s go over the company a little before moving on to some fundamental, technical analysis, predictions and my price target for the stock in the next years & months.
So, let’s start by talking a little about Amazon, yeah, I know it’s one of the biggest companies in the world, but I believe Amazon is still undervalued & underappreciated compared to some of the highflyers that have generate insane returns in the past months, though most of them are still far from profitability and don’t have the growth across all the board like Amazon.
Maybe the market doesn't put as much attention in the numbers as I do but I would rather invest in a business which I consider to be healthy and growing rather than a what if stock like many of the recent inflated IPOs. Amazon is a trillion-dollar company growing at a double-digit pace as many companies that are a fraction of their size would kill for this numbers, but this hasn’t helped Amazon since September.
On a global scale e-commerce is expected to increase from 16% to 22% of retail sales by 2023. With the U.S. expected to increase its retail e-commerce sales from $374 billion to $476 billion by 2024.This is another thing that supports the growth that e-commerce has in front of it, both as total and as a % of the total retail sales. With the latest report showing a 24% increase in holiday e-commerce transactions and a 19% increase for the 2020 fiscal year.
E-commerce is showing signs that it will continue to gain share of the total market as a recent report projects that digital sales during the Black Friday-to-Cyber Monday period will grow by about 35% YOY, reaching penetration of around 32% and growing by more 10B, as this continues to eat up market share from more traditional B&M retailers.
I think one of the biggest problems the company has, it’s the actual share price of the company, not the value. We have seen that a stock split can and will attract more buyers and the share price would probably see an accelerated rate... keep reading on reddit ➡