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Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020

2020.09.19 13:05 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020

Good Saturday morning to all of you here on smallstreetbets. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020.

Markets are expected to be choppy, but dip buyers could be looking at tech favorites in week ahead - (Source)

After another week of losses, tech could be at the heart of a tug of war as dip buyers look for bargains in some of their favorite names and others see the group as still too frothy.
In the past week, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were both down about 0.6%, the third losing week. It was the S&P 500′s longest losing streak since October. Tech was broadly lower, with Amazon and Facebook both down 5% for the week. Information technology shares lost 1% but communications which includes Facebook and Google fell 2.3% for the week.
“I think every time you’ve had a significant pullback in the familiar names, that tends to draw in more money,” said Ed Keon, chief investment strategist at QMA. “You’ve had a little rotation toward value. That’s a healthy sign for the market. I don’t think that’s an unhealthy market even though stocks look pricey. Given how low interest rates are, stocks look like the only game in town.”
There are also a number of Fed speeches, but the most important will be the appearances by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell before three Congressional committees. At two of those, Tuesday and Thursday, Powell appears with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss coronavirus aid.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, said he does not expect much from Powell after his comments following the Fed’s meeting this week, though the central bank chairman is likely to once more tell Congress fiscal stimulus is needed to help the economy recover.
Keon said it would be positive if there could be another stimulus deal but the market no longer expects it. “If we do get a deal, that would be really positive. I think at this point, there’s a little bit of a slowdown in news. We still have a ways to go before we get into earnings warnings season. We’re going to worry more about the presidential election and its aftermath,” said Keon.
Keon said investors are increasingly focused on the election and the potential for an uncertain outcome, as states deal with large amounts of mailed ballots for the first time. He said the concern is it could take weeks or months to determine the outcome if the race is close.
“It’s still six weeks to the election. We haven’t had the debates yet. That six weeks is a lifetime. Biden seems to be the favorite at this point, but I don’t think the market is betting on anything but higher volatility,” Keon said. President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden hold their first debate Sept. 29.
“I think volatility is the norm, not the exception, until we get through the election,” said Hogan.
Investors have been hedging against extended volatility after the election. Patrick Kernan, who trades S&P options with Cardinal Capital, said the flow into S&P 500 options for January has been steady over the past several days. “The options markets are implying a contested election that could last until January,” he said. He said the market is not positioning around one candidate or other, just uncertainty.
Goldman Sachs strategists noted Friday that investors have pushed out some hedging further into November, though some investors appear to be betting on an outcome by Dec. 8, the date states with contested elections have to report.
There are also a few important reports on the economic calendar, including housing data on existing home sales Tuesday and new home sales Thursday. “The housing market has been solid and hopefully, we’ll get confirmation of that because people were upset by the decline in housing starts,” said Hogan.
Manufacturing PMI is released Wednesday and durable goods are reported Friday.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:

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Major Indices for this past week:

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Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:

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Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:

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Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:

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S&P Sectors for the Past Week:

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Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:

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Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:

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Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:

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Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:

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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 2

As we noted last week, the demand for election charts is off the charts (pun intended), so we are sharing some of our favorite election charts.
Without further ado, here are some more election charts you need to know as November 3 inches closer.
How stocks perform three months before the election has a stellar track record of predicting who will win in November. If stocks are higher, the incumbent party tends to win, while if stocks are lower, the incumbent party tends to lose. This indicator accurately predicted the winner 87% of the time (20 of 23) since the late 1920s.
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Building on this, if President Donald Trump is going to win, right about now is when the S&P 500 Index should start to outperform. Of course, if it weakens, it could mean we will be looking at a President Joe Biden soon.
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Speaking of presidents up for re-election, here’s what the S&P 500 historically has done during re-election years.
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Lastly, here are two final charts that may help forecast the outcome.
If real per capita disposable income is higher, the incumbent president usually wins. Conversely, if wages are weak, that bodes well for someone new in the White House. Given real per capita disposable income is up more than 7% this year, it would suggest President Trump should take more than 70% of the votes. Of course, this is greatly skewed due to the CARES Act, so we’d put a major asterisk next to this one.
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To sum up, Gallup poll approval ratings have done a nice job of predicting how many votes a president up for re-election might get. With a 42% Gallup approval rating currently, this comes out to 49% of the total votes for President Trump, which points to a close race.
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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 3

One of the top requests we’ve received the past few weeks is for more charts on the US elections. We shared some of our favorite in Election Charts You Need to See: Part 1 and Part 2, and today’s the third blog in our series on this important event.
S&P 500 Index earnings are expected to jump close to 23% in 2021 according to FactSet, as the global economy recovers. Presidential nominee Joe Biden has made it very clear he will likely hike taxes, which could potentially cut 10 percentage points off earnings growth next year if implemented. If Biden wins, we would expect Chinese tariffs to be removed as well, which would offset some of that impact and according to our friends at Strategas Research Partners would suggest earnings growth of nearly 17%.
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As shown in our LPL Chart of the Day, how the US dollar does ahead of the election has been a great indicator of which party might win in November. If the dollar is weak three months before the election, this bodes well for the incumbent party, while the incumbent party tends to lose if the dollar is strong. This signal has been right 7 of the past 8 elections.
As we saw back in March, when trouble hits, the US dollar tends to do well, as investors flock to the safety of the world’s reserve currency. When things are calm, the dollar tends to weaken, which favors riskier assets. So far, the dollar is slightly lower, which would suggest a potential win for President Donald Trump.
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Also, the size of the tax increase proposed by Joe Biden as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) would be one of the largest ever and rival President Lyndon B. Johnson’s (LBJ) tax increases in the late 1960s. Let’s remember though, if there’s a split Congress, the chances of the full tax plan being implemented is quite slim. Additionally, a weaker economy would also reduce the chances of a large tax hike.
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Seasonal Volatility Just Getting Started

The market's day-to-day volatility has picked up in September after experiencing more stable trading action during the summer months. This is not out of the ordinary. Historically, the most volatile time of the year for stocks has been between September and early November. You can see this in the chart below that shows the average absolute daily percentage change for each trading day of the year beginning on the first trading day of January through the last trading day of December. As shown, daily volatility is very consistent around the +/-0.70% level over the first eight months of the year, but then it starts to pick up beginning in September until it reaches a peak during the first week or two of November. From there, the holiday season takes over and daily volatility plummets right through the end of the year. As shown in the chart, unfortunately we've still got a ways to go to get to the top of the volatility mountain, so make sure you've got your climbing gear ready for the next six to eight weeks!
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Keeping Tabs On High Frequency Growth

The week ended September 11th showed a sharp decline in our index of weekly GDP versus the year before. As shown, our index can be quite volatile, but it does do a decent job tracking the general trajectory of GDP. Since peaking at an implied growth rate of +0.9% YoY on July 10th, our index has slid to -2% YoY, the lowest reading since mid-June.
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Taking a look at another tracker of short-term economic growth, below we show Weekly Economic Index data updated by the New York Fed each week. After decelerating sequentially YoY for the week ended September 4th, the WEI reported sequential YoY growth slower once again in the week ended September 11th. We also show what each high frequency tracker implies about quarterly growth. As shown, our tracker has consistently implied a higher quarterly growth rate than the Weekly Economic Index, and official data for the last two quarters. That said, Q3 is tracking at least 20%, with upside to the high-20s as the US continues to rebound from COVID. This post was originally published in our post-market macro report -- The Closer -- last night.
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Sell(ing) Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur

As the High Holidays approach you may remember the old saying on the Street, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur.” It gets tossed around every autumn when the “high holidays” are on the minds of traders as many of their Jewish colleagues take off to observe the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement.
The basis for this, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur,” pattern is that with many traders and investors busy with religious observance and family, positions are closed out and volume fades creating a buying vacuum. Even in the age of algorithmic, computer, and high frequency trading these seasonal patterns persist as humans still need to turn the machines on and off and feed them money or take it away – and these algorithms and trading programs are written by people so the human influence is still there.
Holiday seasonality around official market holidays is something we pay close attention to (page 100 Stock Trader’s Almanac). Actual stats on the most observed Hebrew holidays have been compiled in the table here. We present the data back to 1971 and when the holiday falls on a weekend the prior market close is used. It’s no coincidence that Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall in September and/or October, two dangerous and sometimes opportune months.
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Perhaps it’s Talmudic wisdom but, selling stocks before the eight-day span of the high holidays has avoided many declines, especially during uncertain times. While being long Yom Kippur to Passover has produced 59% more advances, half as many losses and average gains of 6.7%.
This year the high holidays commence on Friday eve, September 18, and end Monday September 28 with Yom Kippur just before Octoberphobia. The current news flow already has folks selling ahead of the Jewish High Holidays, quite possibly setting up the market for further declines.

S&P 500 down 24 of 30 during week after September options expiration, average loss 0.95%

The week after September options expiration week, next week, has a dreadful history of declines most notably since 1990. The week after September options expiration week has been a nearly constant source of pain with only a few meaningful exceptions over the past 30 years. Substantial and across the board gains have occurred just four times: 1998, 2001, 2010 and 2016 while many more weeks were hit with sizable losses.
Full stats are in the following sea-of-red table. Average losses since 1990 are even worse; DJIA –1.01%, S&P 500 –0.95%, NASDAQ –0.95% and a sizable –1.42% for Russell 2000. End-of-Q3 portfolio restructuring is the most likely explanation for this trend as managers trim summer holdings and position for the fourth quarter.
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Here are the most notable companies (tickers) reporting earnings in this upcoming trading week ahead-
  • $COST
  • $AZO
  • $NKE
  • $ACB
  • $RAD
  • $GIS
  • $KMX
  • $SFIX
  • $AYTU
  • $JKS
  • $FDS
  • $DRI
  • $ACN
  • $TNP
  • $KBH
  • $BB
  • $CTAS
  • $NEOG
  • $WOR
  • $JBL
  • $QTT
  • $CNTG
  • $TCOM
  • $NTWK
  • $MTN
  • $FUL
  • $CAMP
  • $SANW
  • $AIR
  • $AIH
  • $SCHL
  • $ERYP
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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 After Market Close:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 Before Market Open:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 After Market Close:

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Thursday 9.24.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 9.24.20 After Market Close:

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Costco Wholesale Corp. $335.96

Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.85 per share on revenue of $52.61 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.87 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 5.95% with revenue increasing by 10.76%. Short interest has decreased by 40.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 10.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 8.4% above its 200 day moving average of $310.06. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 7,071 contracts of the $340.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 1.7% move in recent quarters.

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AutoZone, Inc. -

AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:55 AM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $24.69 per share on revenue of $3.98 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $24.85 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 59% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 9.30% with revenue decreasing by 0.21%. Short interest has decreased by 6.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 3.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 10.0% above its 200 day moving average of $1,095.56. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.0% move in recent quarters.

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Nike Inc $114.66

Nike Inc (NKE) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.45 per share on revenue of $9.05 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.47 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 47.67% with revenue decreasing by 15.10%. Short interest has increased by 1.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 16.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 19.1% above its 200 day moving average of $96.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 2,687 contracts of the $118.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 7.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Aurora Cannabis Inc $6.53

Aurora Cannabis Inc (ACB) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.29 per share on revenue of $54.64 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.36) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 55% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estiamtes are for year-over-year revenue to decline 35.99%. Short interest has decreased by 91.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 21.8% from its open following the earnings release to be 73.6% below its 200 day moving average of $24.77. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 1,300 contracts of the $7.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020.

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Rite Aid Corp. $13.44

Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.10 per share on revenue of $5.76 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.15 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 67% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 16.67% with revenue increasing by 7.34%. Short interest has decreased by 17.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 7.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 7.6% below its 200 day moving average of $14.54. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 there was some notable buying of 858 contracts of the $12.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 20.6% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 22.5% move in recent quarters.

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General Mills, Inc. $57.32

General Mills, Inc. (GIS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.87 per share on revenue of $4.16 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.90 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 10.13% with revenue increasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 7.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 5.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 0.8% below its 200 day moving average of $57.76. Overall earnings estimates have been unchanged since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 2.5% move in recent quarters.

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CarMax, Inc. $103.07

CarMax, Inc. (KMX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:50 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.96 per share on revenue of $5.17 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.06 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 54% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 31.43% with revenue decreasing by 0.60%. Short interest has decreased by 22.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 4.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 17.6% above its 200 day moving average of $87.67. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 8.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Stitch Fix, Inc. $28.36

Stitch Fix, Inc. (SFIX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.18 per share on revenue of $415.11 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.14) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 56% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for revenue of at least $433.00 million. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 357.14% with revenue decreasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 9.3% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 23.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 26.7% above its 200 day moving average of $22.38. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,160 contracts of the $23.00 put expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 21.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 11.0% move in recent quarters.

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Aytu BioScience, Inc. $1.38

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (AYTU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.05 per share on revenue of $10.90 million. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 96.15% with revenue increasing by 535.20%. Short interest has decreased by 39.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 22.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 13.8% above its 200 day moving average of $1.21. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. The stock has averaged a 3.5% move on earnings in recent quarters.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. $24.50

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (JKS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:40 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.40 per share on revenue of $1.07 billion. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 53% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 122.22% with revenue increasing by 6.26%. Short interest has decreased by 7.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 46.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 20.7% above its 200 day moving average of $20.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, August 28, 2020 there was some notable buying of 507 contracts of the $22.00 put and 502 contracts of the $25.00 call expiring on Friday, October 16, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 11.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 7.5% move in recent quarters.

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DISCUSS!

What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week?
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead smallstreetbets.
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2020.09.19 13:04 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020

Good Saturday morning to all of you here on wallstreetbets. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020.

Markets are expected to be choppy, but dip buyers could be looking at tech favorites in week ahead - (Source)

After another week of losses, tech could be at the heart of a tug of war as dip buyers look for bargains in some of their favorite names and others see the group as still too frothy.
In the past week, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were both down about 0.6%, the third losing week. It was the S&P 500′s longest losing streak since October. Tech was broadly lower, with Amazon and Facebook both down 5% for the week. Information technology shares lost 1% but communications which includes Facebook and Google fell 2.3% for the week.
“I think every time you’ve had a significant pullback in the familiar names, that tends to draw in more money,” said Ed Keon, chief investment strategist at QMA. “You’ve had a little rotation toward value. That’s a healthy sign for the market. I don’t think that’s an unhealthy market even though stocks look pricey. Given how low interest rates are, stocks look like the only game in town.”
There are also a number of Fed speeches, but the most important will be the appearances by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell before three Congressional committees. At two of those, Tuesday and Thursday, Powell appears with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss coronavirus aid.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, said he does not expect much from Powell after his comments following the Fed’s meeting this week, though the central bank chairman is likely to once more tell Congress fiscal stimulus is needed to help the economy recover.
Keon said it would be positive if there could be another stimulus deal but the market no longer expects it. “If we do get a deal, that would be really positive. I think at this point, there’s a little bit of a slowdown in news. We still have a ways to go before we get into earnings warnings season. We’re going to worry more about the presidential election and its aftermath,” said Keon.
Keon said investors are increasingly focused on the election and the potential for an uncertain outcome, as states deal with large amounts of mailed ballots for the first time. He said the concern is it could take weeks or months to determine the outcome if the race is close.
“It’s still six weeks to the election. We haven’t had the debates yet. That six weeks is a lifetime. Biden seems to be the favorite at this point, but I don’t think the market is betting on anything but higher volatility,” Keon said. President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden hold their first debate Sept. 29.
“I think volatility is the norm, not the exception, until we get through the election,” said Hogan.
Investors have been hedging against extended volatility after the election. Patrick Kernan, who trades S&P options with Cardinal Capital, said the flow into S&P 500 options for January has been steady over the past several days. “The options markets are implying a contested election that could last until January,” he said. He said the market is not positioning around one candidate or other, just uncertainty.
Goldman Sachs strategists noted Friday that investors have pushed out some hedging further into November, though some investors appear to be betting on an outcome by Dec. 8, the date states with contested elections have to report.
There are also a few important reports on the economic calendar, including housing data on existing home sales Tuesday and new home sales Thursday. “The housing market has been solid and hopefully, we’ll get confirmation of that because people were upset by the decline in housing starts,” said Hogan.
Manufacturing PMI is released Wednesday and durable goods are reported Friday.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:

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Major Indices for this past week:

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Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:

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Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:

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Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:

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S&P Sectors for the Past Week:

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Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:

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Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:

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Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:

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Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:

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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 2

As we noted last week, the demand for election charts is off the charts (pun intended), so we are sharing some of our favorite election charts.
Without further ado, here are some more election charts you need to know as November 3 inches closer.
How stocks perform three months before the election has a stellar track record of predicting who will win in November. If stocks are higher, the incumbent party tends to win, while if stocks are lower, the incumbent party tends to lose. This indicator accurately predicted the winner 87% of the time (20 of 23) since the late 1920s.
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Building on this, if President Donald Trump is going to win, right about now is when the S&P 500 Index should start to outperform. Of course, if it weakens, it could mean we will be looking at a President Joe Biden soon.
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Speaking of presidents up for re-election, here’s what the S&P 500 historically has done during re-election years.
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Lastly, here are two final charts that may help forecast the outcome.
If real per capita disposable income is higher, the incumbent president usually wins. Conversely, if wages are weak, that bodes well for someone new in the White House. Given real per capita disposable income is up more than 7% this year, it would suggest President Trump should take more than 70% of the votes. Of course, this is greatly skewed due to the CARES Act, so we’d put a major asterisk next to this one.
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To sum up, Gallup poll approval ratings have done a nice job of predicting how many votes a president up for re-election might get. With a 42% Gallup approval rating currently, this comes out to 49% of the total votes for President Trump, which points to a close race.
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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 3

One of the top requests we’ve received the past few weeks is for more charts on the US elections. We shared some of our favorite in Election Charts You Need to See: Part 1 and Part 2, and today’s the third blog in our series on this important event.
S&P 500 Index earnings are expected to jump close to 23% in 2021 according to FactSet, as the global economy recovers. Presidential nominee Joe Biden has made it very clear he will likely hike taxes, which could potentially cut 10 percentage points off earnings growth next year if implemented. If Biden wins, we would expect Chinese tariffs to be removed as well, which would offset some of that impact and according to our friends at Strategas Research Partners would suggest earnings growth of nearly 17%.
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As shown in our LPL Chart of the Day, how the US dollar does ahead of the election has been a great indicator of which party might win in November. If the dollar is weak three months before the election, this bodes well for the incumbent party, while the incumbent party tends to lose if the dollar is strong. This signal has been right 7 of the past 8 elections.
As we saw back in March, when trouble hits, the US dollar tends to do well, as investors flock to the safety of the world’s reserve currency. When things are calm, the dollar tends to weaken, which favors riskier assets. So far, the dollar is slightly lower, which would suggest a potential win for President Donald Trump.
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Also, the size of the tax increase proposed by Joe Biden as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) would be one of the largest ever and rival President Lyndon B. Johnson’s (LBJ) tax increases in the late 1960s. Let’s remember though, if there’s a split Congress, the chances of the full tax plan being implemented is quite slim. Additionally, a weaker economy would also reduce the chances of a large tax hike.
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Seasonal Volatility Just Getting Started

The market's day-to-day volatility has picked up in September after experiencing more stable trading action during the summer months. This is not out of the ordinary. Historically, the most volatile time of the year for stocks has been between September and early November. You can see this in the chart below that shows the average absolute daily percentage change for each trading day of the year beginning on the first trading day of January through the last trading day of December. As shown, daily volatility is very consistent around the +/-0.70% level over the first eight months of the year, but then it starts to pick up beginning in September until it reaches a peak during the first week or two of November. From there, the holiday season takes over and daily volatility plummets right through the end of the year. As shown in the chart, unfortunately we've still got a ways to go to get to the top of the volatility mountain, so make sure you've got your climbing gear ready for the next six to eight weeks!
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Keeping Tabs On High Frequency Growth

The week ended September 11th showed a sharp decline in our index of weekly GDP versus the year before. As shown, our index can be quite volatile, but it does do a decent job tracking the general trajectory of GDP. Since peaking at an implied growth rate of +0.9% YoY on July 10th, our index has slid to -2% YoY, the lowest reading since mid-June.
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Taking a look at another tracker of short-term economic growth, below we show Weekly Economic Index data updated by the New York Fed each week. After decelerating sequentially YoY for the week ended September 4th, the WEI reported sequential YoY growth slower once again in the week ended September 11th. We also show what each high frequency tracker implies about quarterly growth. As shown, our tracker has consistently implied a higher quarterly growth rate than the Weekly Economic Index, and official data for the last two quarters. That said, Q3 is tracking at least 20%, with upside to the high-20s as the US continues to rebound from COVID. This post was originally published in our post-market macro report -- The Closer -- last night.
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Sell(ing) Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur

As the High Holidays approach you may remember the old saying on the Street, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur.” It gets tossed around every autumn when the “high holidays” are on the minds of traders as many of their Jewish colleagues take off to observe the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement.
The basis for this, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur,” pattern is that with many traders and investors busy with religious observance and family, positions are closed out and volume fades creating a buying vacuum. Even in the age of algorithmic, computer, and high frequency trading these seasonal patterns persist as humans still need to turn the machines on and off and feed them money or take it away – and these algorithms and trading programs are written by people so the human influence is still there.
Holiday seasonality around official market holidays is something we pay close attention to (page 100 Stock Trader’s Almanac). Actual stats on the most observed Hebrew holidays have been compiled in the table here. We present the data back to 1971 and when the holiday falls on a weekend the prior market close is used. It’s no coincidence that Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall in September and/or October, two dangerous and sometimes opportune months.
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Perhaps it’s Talmudic wisdom but, selling stocks before the eight-day span of the high holidays has avoided many declines, especially during uncertain times. While being long Yom Kippur to Passover has produced 59% more advances, half as many losses and average gains of 6.7%.
This year the high holidays commence on Friday eve, September 18, and end Monday September 28 with Yom Kippur just before Octoberphobia. The current news flow already has folks selling ahead of the Jewish High Holidays, quite possibly setting up the market for further declines.

S&P 500 down 24 of 30 during week after September options expiration, average loss 0.95%

The week after September options expiration week, next week, has a dreadful history of declines most notably since 1990. The week after September options expiration week has been a nearly constant source of pain with only a few meaningful exceptions over the past 30 years. Substantial and across the board gains have occurred just four times: 1998, 2001, 2010 and 2016 while many more weeks were hit with sizable losses.
Full stats are in the following sea-of-red table. Average losses since 1990 are even worse; DJIA –1.01%, S&P 500 –0.95%, NASDAQ –0.95% and a sizable –1.42% for Russell 2000. End-of-Q3 portfolio restructuring is the most likely explanation for this trend as managers trim summer holdings and position for the fourth quarter.
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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:

Monday 9.21.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 After Market Close:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 Before Market Open:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 After Market Close:

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Thursday 9.24.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 9.24.20 After Market Close:

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Friday 9.25.20 Before Market Open:

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Costco Wholesale Corp. $335.96

Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.85 per share on revenue of $52.61 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.87 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 5.95% with revenue increasing by 10.76%. Short interest has decreased by 40.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 10.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 8.4% above its 200 day moving average of $310.06. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 7,071 contracts of the $340.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 1.7% move in recent quarters.

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AutoZone, Inc. -

AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:55 AM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $24.69 per share on revenue of $3.98 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $24.85 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 59% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 9.30% with revenue decreasing by 0.21%. Short interest has decreased by 6.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 3.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 10.0% above its 200 day moving average of $1,095.56. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.0% move in recent quarters.

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Nike Inc $114.66

Nike Inc (NKE) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.45 per share on revenue of $9.05 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.47 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 47.67% with revenue decreasing by 15.10%. Short interest has increased by 1.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 16.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 19.1% above its 200 day moving average of $96.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 2,687 contracts of the $118.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 7.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Aurora Cannabis Inc $6.53

Aurora Cannabis Inc (ACB) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.29 per share on revenue of $54.64 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.36) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 55% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estiamtes are for year-over-year revenue to decline 35.99%. Short interest has decreased by 91.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 21.8% from its open following the earnings release to be 73.6% below its 200 day moving average of $24.77. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 1,300 contracts of the $7.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020.

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Rite Aid Corp. $13.44

Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.10 per share on revenue of $5.76 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.15 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 67% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 16.67% with revenue increasing by 7.34%. Short interest has decreased by 17.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 7.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 7.6% below its 200 day moving average of $14.54. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 there was some notable buying of 858 contracts of the $12.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 20.6% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 22.5% move in recent quarters.

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General Mills, Inc. $57.32

General Mills, Inc. (GIS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.87 per share on revenue of $4.16 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.90 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 10.13% with revenue increasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 7.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 5.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 0.8% below its 200 day moving average of $57.76. Overall earnings estimates have been unchanged since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 2.5% move in recent quarters.

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CarMax, Inc. $103.07

CarMax, Inc. (KMX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:50 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.96 per share on revenue of $5.17 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.06 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 54% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 31.43% with revenue decreasing by 0.60%. Short interest has decreased by 22.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 4.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 17.6% above its 200 day moving average of $87.67. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 8.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Stitch Fix, Inc. $28.36

Stitch Fix, Inc. (SFIX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.18 per share on revenue of $415.11 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.14) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 56% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for revenue of at least $433.00 million. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 357.14% with revenue decreasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 9.3% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 23.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 26.7% above its 200 day moving average of $22.38. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,160 contracts of the $23.00 put expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 21.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 11.0% move in recent quarters.

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Aytu BioScience, Inc. $1.38

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (AYTU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.05 per share on revenue of $10.90 million. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 96.15% with revenue increasing by 535.20%. Short interest has decreased by 39.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 22.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 13.8% above its 200 day moving average of $1.21. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. The stock has averaged a 3.5% move on earnings in recent quarters.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. $24.50

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (JKS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:40 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.40 per share on revenue of $1.07 billion. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 53% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 122.22% with revenue increasing by 6.26%. Short interest has decreased by 7.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 46.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 20.7% above its 200 day moving average of $20.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, August 28, 2020 there was some notable buying of 507 contracts of the $22.00 put and 502 contracts of the $25.00 call expiring on Friday, October 16, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 11.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 7.5% move in recent quarters.

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DISCUSS!

What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week?
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead wallstreetbets.
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2020.09.19 13:02 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020

Good Saturday morning to all of you here on stocks. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020.

Markets are expected to be choppy, but dip buyers could be looking at tech favorites in week ahead - (Source)

After another week of losses, tech could be at the heart of a tug of war as dip buyers look for bargains in some of their favorite names and others see the group as still too frothy.
In the past week, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were both down about 0.6%, the third losing week. It was the S&P 500′s longest losing streak since October. Tech was broadly lower, with Amazon and Facebook both down 5% for the week. Information technology shares lost 1% but communications which includes Facebook and Google fell 2.3% for the week.
“I think every time you’ve had a significant pullback in the familiar names, that tends to draw in more money,” said Ed Keon, chief investment strategist at QMA. “You’ve had a little rotation toward value. That’s a healthy sign for the market. I don’t think that’s an unhealthy market even though stocks look pricey. Given how low interest rates are, stocks look like the only game in town.”
There are also a number of Fed speeches, but the most important will be the appearances by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell before three Congressional committees. At two of those, Tuesday and Thursday, Powell appears with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss coronavirus aid.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, said he does not expect much from Powell after his comments following the Fed’s meeting this week, though the central bank chairman is likely to once more tell Congress fiscal stimulus is needed to help the economy recover.
Keon said it would be positive if there could be another stimulus deal but the market no longer expects it. “If we do get a deal, that would be really positive. I think at this point, there’s a little bit of a slowdown in news. We still have a ways to go before we get into earnings warnings season. We’re going to worry more about the presidential election and its aftermath,” said Keon.
Keon said investors are increasingly focused on the election and the potential for an uncertain outcome, as states deal with large amounts of mailed ballots for the first time. He said the concern is it could take weeks or months to determine the outcome if the race is close.
“It’s still six weeks to the election. We haven’t had the debates yet. That six weeks is a lifetime. Biden seems to be the favorite at this point, but I don’t think the market is betting on anything but higher volatility,” Keon said. President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden hold their first debate Sept. 29.
“I think volatility is the norm, not the exception, until we get through the election,” said Hogan.
Investors have been hedging against extended volatility after the election. Patrick Kernan, who trades S&P options with Cardinal Capital, said the flow into S&P 500 options for January has been steady over the past several days. “The options markets are implying a contested election that could last until January,” he said. He said the market is not positioning around one candidate or other, just uncertainty.
Goldman Sachs strategists noted Friday that investors have pushed out some hedging further into November, though some investors appear to be betting on an outcome by Dec. 8, the date states with contested elections have to report.
There are also a few important reports on the economic calendar, including housing data on existing home sales Tuesday and new home sales Thursday. “The housing market has been solid and hopefully, we’ll get confirmation of that because people were upset by the decline in housing starts,” said Hogan.
Manufacturing PMI is released Wednesday and durable goods are reported Friday.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:

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Major Indices for this past week:

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Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:

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Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:

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Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:

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S&P Sectors for the Past Week:

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Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:

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Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:

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Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:

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Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:

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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 2

As we noted last week, the demand for election charts is off the charts (pun intended), so we are sharing some of our favorite election charts.
Without further ado, here are some more election charts you need to know as November 3 inches closer.
How stocks perform three months before the election has a stellar track record of predicting who will win in November. If stocks are higher, the incumbent party tends to win, while if stocks are lower, the incumbent party tends to lose. This indicator accurately predicted the winner 87% of the time (20 of 23) since the late 1920s.
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Building on this, if President Donald Trump is going to win, right about now is when the S&P 500 Index should start to outperform. Of course, if it weakens, it could mean we will be looking at a President Joe Biden soon.
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Speaking of presidents up for re-election, here’s what the S&P 500 historically has done during re-election years.
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Lastly, here are two final charts that may help forecast the outcome.
If real per capita disposable income is higher, the incumbent president usually wins. Conversely, if wages are weak, that bodes well for someone new in the White House. Given real per capita disposable income is up more than 7% this year, it would suggest President Trump should take more than 70% of the votes. Of course, this is greatly skewed due to the CARES Act, so we’d put a major asterisk next to this one.
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To sum up, Gallup poll approval ratings have done a nice job of predicting how many votes a president up for re-election might get. With a 42% Gallup approval rating currently, this comes out to 49% of the total votes for President Trump, which points to a close race.
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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 3

One of the top requests we’ve received the past few weeks is for more charts on the US elections. We shared some of our favorite in Election Charts You Need to See: Part 1 and Part 2, and today’s the third blog in our series on this important event.
S&P 500 Index earnings are expected to jump close to 23% in 2021 according to FactSet, as the global economy recovers. Presidential nominee Joe Biden has made it very clear he will likely hike taxes, which could potentially cut 10 percentage points off earnings growth next year if implemented. If Biden wins, we would expect Chinese tariffs to be removed as well, which would offset some of that impact and according to our friends at Strategas Research Partners would suggest earnings growth of nearly 17%.
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As shown in our LPL Chart of the Day, how the US dollar does ahead of the election has been a great indicator of which party might win in November. If the dollar is weak three months before the election, this bodes well for the incumbent party, while the incumbent party tends to lose if the dollar is strong. This signal has been right 7 of the past 8 elections.
As we saw back in March, when trouble hits, the US dollar tends to do well, as investors flock to the safety of the world’s reserve currency. When things are calm, the dollar tends to weaken, which favors riskier assets. So far, the dollar is slightly lower, which would suggest a potential win for President Donald Trump.
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Also, the size of the tax increase proposed by Joe Biden as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) would be one of the largest ever and rival President Lyndon B. Johnson’s (LBJ) tax increases in the late 1960s. Let’s remember though, if there’s a split Congress, the chances of the full tax plan being implemented is quite slim. Additionally, a weaker economy would also reduce the chances of a large tax hike.
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Seasonal Volatility Just Getting Started

The market's day-to-day volatility has picked up in September after experiencing more stable trading action during the summer months. This is not out of the ordinary. Historically, the most volatile time of the year for stocks has been between September and early November. You can see this in the chart below that shows the average absolute daily percentage change for each trading day of the year beginning on the first trading day of January through the last trading day of December. As shown, daily volatility is very consistent around the +/-0.70% level over the first eight months of the year, but then it starts to pick up beginning in September until it reaches a peak during the first week or two of November. From there, the holiday season takes over and daily volatility plummets right through the end of the year. As shown in the chart, unfortunately we've still got a ways to go to get to the top of the volatility mountain, so make sure you've got your climbing gear ready for the next six to eight weeks!
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Keeping Tabs On High Frequency Growth

The week ended September 11th showed a sharp decline in our index of weekly GDP versus the year before. As shown, our index can be quite volatile, but it does do a decent job tracking the general trajectory of GDP. Since peaking at an implied growth rate of +0.9% YoY on July 10th, our index has slid to -2% YoY, the lowest reading since mid-June.
(CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!)
Taking a look at another tracker of short-term economic growth, below we show Weekly Economic Index data updated by the New York Fed each week. After decelerating sequentially YoY for the week ended September 4th, the WEI reported sequential YoY growth slower once again in the week ended September 11th. We also show what each high frequency tracker implies about quarterly growth. As shown, our tracker has consistently implied a higher quarterly growth rate than the Weekly Economic Index, and official data for the last two quarters. That said, Q3 is tracking at least 20%, with upside to the high-20s as the US continues to rebound from COVID. This post was originally published in our post-market macro report -- The Closer -- last night.
(CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!)

Sell(ing) Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur

As the High Holidays approach you may remember the old saying on the Street, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur.” It gets tossed around every autumn when the “high holidays” are on the minds of traders as many of their Jewish colleagues take off to observe the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement.
The basis for this, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur,” pattern is that with many traders and investors busy with religious observance and family, positions are closed out and volume fades creating a buying vacuum. Even in the age of algorithmic, computer, and high frequency trading these seasonal patterns persist as humans still need to turn the machines on and off and feed them money or take it away – and these algorithms and trading programs are written by people so the human influence is still there.
Holiday seasonality around official market holidays is something we pay close attention to (page 100 Stock Trader’s Almanac). Actual stats on the most observed Hebrew holidays have been compiled in the table here. We present the data back to 1971 and when the holiday falls on a weekend the prior market close is used. It’s no coincidence that Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall in September and/or October, two dangerous and sometimes opportune months.
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Perhaps it’s Talmudic wisdom but, selling stocks before the eight-day span of the high holidays has avoided many declines, especially during uncertain times. While being long Yom Kippur to Passover has produced 59% more advances, half as many losses and average gains of 6.7%.
This year the high holidays commence on Friday eve, September 18, and end Monday September 28 with Yom Kippur just before Octoberphobia. The current news flow already has folks selling ahead of the Jewish High Holidays, quite possibly setting up the market for further declines.

S&P 500 down 24 of 30 during week after September options expiration, average loss 0.95%

The week after September options expiration week, next week, has a dreadful history of declines most notably since 1990. The week after September options expiration week has been a nearly constant source of pain with only a few meaningful exceptions over the past 30 years. Substantial and across the board gains have occurred just four times: 1998, 2001, 2010 and 2016 while many more weeks were hit with sizable losses.
Full stats are in the following sea-of-red table. Average losses since 1990 are even worse; DJIA –1.01%, S&P 500 –0.95%, NASDAQ –0.95% and a sizable –1.42% for Russell 2000. End-of-Q3 portfolio restructuring is the most likely explanation for this trend as managers trim summer holdings and position for the fourth quarter.
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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:

Monday 9.21.20 Before Market Open:

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Monday 9.21.20 After Market Close:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 After Market Close:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 Before Market Open:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 After Market Close:

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Thursday 9.24.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 9.24.20 After Market Close:

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Friday 9.25.20 Before Market Open:

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Costco Wholesale Corp. $335.96

Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.85 per share on revenue of $52.61 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.87 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 5.95% with revenue increasing by 10.76%. Short interest has decreased by 40.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 10.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 8.4% above its 200 day moving average of $310.06. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 7,071 contracts of the $340.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 1.7% move in recent quarters.

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AutoZone, Inc. -

AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:55 AM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $24.69 per share on revenue of $3.98 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $24.85 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 59% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 9.30% with revenue decreasing by 0.21%. Short interest has decreased by 6.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 3.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 10.0% above its 200 day moving average of $1,095.56. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.0% move in recent quarters.

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Nike Inc $114.66

Nike Inc (NKE) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.45 per share on revenue of $9.05 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.47 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 47.67% with revenue decreasing by 15.10%. Short interest has increased by 1.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 16.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 19.1% above its 200 day moving average of $96.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 2,687 contracts of the $118.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 7.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Aurora Cannabis Inc $6.53

Aurora Cannabis Inc (ACB) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.29 per share on revenue of $54.64 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.36) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 55% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estiamtes are for year-over-year revenue to decline 35.99%. Short interest has decreased by 91.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 21.8% from its open following the earnings release to be 73.6% below its 200 day moving average of $24.77. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 1,300 contracts of the $7.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020.

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Rite Aid Corp. $13.44

Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.10 per share on revenue of $5.76 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.15 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 67% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 16.67% with revenue increasing by 7.34%. Short interest has decreased by 17.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 7.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 7.6% below its 200 day moving average of $14.54. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 there was some notable buying of 858 contracts of the $12.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 20.6% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 22.5% move in recent quarters.

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General Mills, Inc. $57.32

General Mills, Inc. (GIS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.87 per share on revenue of $4.16 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.90 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 10.13% with revenue increasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 7.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 5.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 0.8% below its 200 day moving average of $57.76. Overall earnings estimates have been unchanged since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 2.5% move in recent quarters.

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CarMax, Inc. $103.07

CarMax, Inc. (KMX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:50 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.96 per share on revenue of $5.17 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.06 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 54% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 31.43% with revenue decreasing by 0.60%. Short interest has decreased by 22.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 4.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 17.6% above its 200 day moving average of $87.67. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 8.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Stitch Fix, Inc. $28.36

Stitch Fix, Inc. (SFIX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.18 per share on revenue of $415.11 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.14) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 56% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for revenue of at least $433.00 million. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 357.14% with revenue decreasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 9.3% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 23.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 26.7% above its 200 day moving average of $22.38. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,160 contracts of the $23.00 put expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 21.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 11.0% move in recent quarters.

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Aytu BioScience, Inc. $1.38

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (AYTU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.05 per share on revenue of $10.90 million. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 96.15% with revenue increasing by 535.20%. Short interest has decreased by 39.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 22.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 13.8% above its 200 day moving average of $1.21. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. The stock has averaged a 3.5% move on earnings in recent quarters.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. $24.50

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (JKS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:40 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.40 per share on revenue of $1.07 billion. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 53% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 122.22% with revenue increasing by 6.26%. Short interest has decreased by 7.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 46.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 20.7% above its 200 day moving average of $20.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, August 28, 2020 there was some notable buying of 507 contracts of the $22.00 put and 502 contracts of the $25.00 call expiring on Friday, October 16, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 11.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 7.5% move in recent quarters.

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DISCUSS!

What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week?
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead stocks.
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2020.09.18 23:41 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020

Good Friday evening to all of you here on StockMarket. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning September 21st, 2020.

Markets are expected to be choppy, but dip buyers could be looking at tech favorites in week ahead - (Source)

After another week of losses, tech could be at the heart of a tug of war as dip buyers look for bargains in some of their favorite names and others see the group as still too frothy.
In the past week, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were both down about 0.6%, the third losing week. It was the S&P 500′s longest losing streak since October. Tech was broadly lower, with Amazon and Facebook both down 5% for the week. Information technology shares lost 1% but communications which includes Facebook and Google fell 2.3% for the week.
“I think every time you’ve had a significant pullback in the familiar names, that tends to draw in more money,” said Ed Keon, chief investment strategist at QMA. “You’ve had a little rotation toward value. That’s a healthy sign for the market. I don’t think that’s an unhealthy market even though stocks look pricey. Given how low interest rates are, stocks look like the only game in town.”
There are also a number of Fed speeches, but the most important will be the appearances by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell before three Congressional committees. At two of those, Tuesday and Thursday, Powell appears with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss coronavirus aid.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, said he does not expect much from Powell after his comments following the Fed’s meeting this week, though the central bank chairman is likely to once more tell Congress fiscal stimulus is needed to help the economy recover.
Keon said it would be positive if there could be another stimulus deal but the market no longer expects it. “If we do get a deal, that would be really positive. I think at this point, there’s a little bit of a slowdown in news. We still have a ways to go before we get into earnings warnings season. We’re going to worry more about the presidential election and its aftermath,” said Keon.
Keon said investors are increasingly focused on the election and the potential for an uncertain outcome, as states deal with large amounts of mailed ballots for the first time. He said the concern is it could take weeks or months to determine the outcome if the race is close.
“It’s still six weeks to the election. We haven’t had the debates yet. That six weeks is a lifetime. Biden seems to be the favorite at this point, but I don’t think the market is betting on anything but higher volatility,” Keon said. President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden hold their first debate Sept. 29.
“I think volatility is the norm, not the exception, until we get through the election,” said Hogan.
Investors have been hedging against extended volatility after the election. Patrick Kernan, who trades S&P options with Cardinal Capital, said the flow into S&P 500 options for January has been steady over the past several days. “The options markets are implying a contested election that could last until January,” he said. He said the market is not positioning around one candidate or other, just uncertainty.
Goldman Sachs strategists noted Friday that investors have pushed out some hedging further into November, though some investors appear to be betting on an outcome by Dec. 8, the date states with contested elections have to report.
There are also a few important reports on the economic calendar, including housing data on existing home sales Tuesday and new home sales Thursday. “The housing market has been solid and hopefully, we’ll get confirmation of that because people were upset by the decline in housing starts,” said Hogan.
Manufacturing PMI is released Wednesday and durable goods are reported Friday.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:

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Major Indices for this past week:

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Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:

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Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:

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Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:

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S&P Sectors for the Past Week:

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Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:

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Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:

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Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:

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Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:

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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 2

As we noted last week, the demand for election charts is off the charts (pun intended), so we are sharing some of our favorite election charts.
Without further ado, here are some more election charts you need to know as November 3 inches closer.
How stocks perform three months before the election has a stellar track record of predicting who will win in November. If stocks are higher, the incumbent party tends to win, while if stocks are lower, the incumbent party tends to lose. This indicator accurately predicted the winner 87% of the time (20 of 23) since the late 1920s.
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Building on this, if President Donald Trump is going to win, right about now is when the S&P 500 Index should start to outperform. Of course, if it weakens, it could mean we will be looking at a President Joe Biden soon.
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Speaking of presidents up for re-election, here’s what the S&P 500 historically has done during re-election years.
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Lastly, here are two final charts that may help forecast the outcome.
If real per capita disposable income is higher, the incumbent president usually wins. Conversely, if wages are weak, that bodes well for someone new in the White House. Given real per capita disposable income is up more than 7% this year, it would suggest President Trump should take more than 70% of the votes. Of course, this is greatly skewed due to the CARES Act, so we’d put a major asterisk next to this one.
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To sum up, Gallup poll approval ratings have done a nice job of predicting how many votes a president up for re-election might get. With a 42% Gallup approval rating currently, this comes out to 49% of the total votes for President Trump, which points to a close race.
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Election Charts You Need To See: Part 3

One of the top requests we’ve received the past few weeks is for more charts on the US elections. We shared some of our favorite in Election Charts You Need to See: Part 1 and Part 2, and today’s the third blog in our series on this important event.
S&P 500 Index earnings are expected to jump close to 23% in 2021 according to FactSet, as the global economy recovers. Presidential nominee Joe Biden has made it very clear he will likely hike taxes, which could potentially cut 10 percentage points off earnings growth next year if implemented. If Biden wins, we would expect Chinese tariffs to be removed as well, which would offset some of that impact and according to our friends at Strategas Research Partners would suggest earnings growth of nearly 17%.
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As shown in our LPL Chart of the Day, how the US dollar does ahead of the election has been a great indicator of which party might win in November. If the dollar is weak three months before the election, this bodes well for the incumbent party, while the incumbent party tends to lose if the dollar is strong. This signal has been right 7 of the past 8 elections.
As we saw back in March, when trouble hits, the US dollar tends to do well, as investors flock to the safety of the world’s reserve currency. When things are calm, the dollar tends to weaken, which favors riskier assets. So far, the dollar is slightly lower, which would suggest a potential win for President Donald Trump.
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Also, the size of the tax increase proposed by Joe Biden as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) would be one of the largest ever and rival President Lyndon B. Johnson’s (LBJ) tax increases in the late 1960s. Let’s remember though, if there’s a split Congress, the chances of the full tax plan being implemented is quite slim. Additionally, a weaker economy would also reduce the chances of a large tax hike.
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Seasonal Volatility Just Getting Started

The market's day-to-day volatility has picked up in September after experiencing more stable trading action during the summer months. This is not out of the ordinary. Historically, the most volatile time of the year for stocks has been between September and early November. You can see this in the chart below that shows the average absolute daily percentage change for each trading day of the year beginning on the first trading day of January through the last trading day of December. As shown, daily volatility is very consistent around the +/-0.70% level over the first eight months of the year, but then it starts to pick up beginning in September until it reaches a peak during the first week or two of November. From there, the holiday season takes over and daily volatility plummets right through the end of the year. As shown in the chart, unfortunately we've still got a ways to go to get to the top of the volatility mountain, so make sure you've got your climbing gear ready for the next six to eight weeks!
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Keeping Tabs On High Frequency Growth

The week ended September 11th showed a sharp decline in our index of weekly GDP versus the year before. As shown, our index can be quite volatile, but it does do a decent job tracking the general trajectory of GDP. Since peaking at an implied growth rate of +0.9% YoY on July 10th, our index has slid to -2% YoY, the lowest reading since mid-June.
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Taking a look at another tracker of short-term economic growth, below we show Weekly Economic Index data updated by the New York Fed each week. After decelerating sequentially YoY for the week ended September 4th, the WEI reported sequential YoY growth slower once again in the week ended September 11th. We also show what each high frequency tracker implies about quarterly growth. As shown, our tracker has consistently implied a higher quarterly growth rate than the Weekly Economic Index, and official data for the last two quarters. That said, Q3 is tracking at least 20%, with upside to the high-20s as the US continues to rebound from COVID. This post was originally published in our post-market macro report -- The Closer -- last night.
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Sell(ing) Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur

As the High Holidays approach you may remember the old saying on the Street, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur.” It gets tossed around every autumn when the “high holidays” are on the minds of traders as many of their Jewish colleagues take off to observe the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement.
The basis for this, “Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur,” pattern is that with many traders and investors busy with religious observance and family, positions are closed out and volume fades creating a buying vacuum. Even in the age of algorithmic, computer, and high frequency trading these seasonal patterns persist as humans still need to turn the machines on and off and feed them money or take it away – and these algorithms and trading programs are written by people so the human influence is still there.
Holiday seasonality around official market holidays is something we pay close attention to (page 100 Stock Trader’s Almanac). Actual stats on the most observed Hebrew holidays have been compiled in the table here. We present the data back to 1971 and when the holiday falls on a weekend the prior market close is used. It’s no coincidence that Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall in September and/or October, two dangerous and sometimes opportune months.
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Perhaps it’s Talmudic wisdom but, selling stocks before the eight-day span of the high holidays has avoided many declines, especially during uncertain times. While being long Yom Kippur to Passover has produced 59% more advances, half as many losses and average gains of 6.7%.
This year the high holidays commence on Friday eve, September 18, and end Monday September 28 with Yom Kippur just before Octoberphobia. The current news flow already has folks selling ahead of the Jewish High Holidays, quite possibly setting up the market for further declines.

S&P 500 down 24 of 30 during week after September options expiration, average loss 0.95%

The week after September options expiration week, next week, has a dreadful history of declines most notably since 1990. The week after September options expiration week has been a nearly constant source of pain with only a few meaningful exceptions over the past 30 years. Substantial and across the board gains have occurred just four times: 1998, 2001, 2010 and 2016 while many more weeks were hit with sizable losses.
Full stats are in the following sea-of-red table. Average losses since 1990 are even worse; DJIA –1.01%, S&P 500 –0.95%, NASDAQ –0.95% and a sizable –1.42% for Russell 2000. End-of-Q3 portfolio restructuring is the most likely explanation for this trend as managers trim summer holdings and position for the fourth quarter.
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Here are the most notable companies (tickers) reporting earnings in this upcoming trading week ahead-
  • $COST
  • $AZO
  • $NKE
  • $ACB
  • $RAD
  • $GIS
  • $KMX
  • $SFIX
  • $AYTU
  • $JKS
  • $FDS
  • $DRI
  • $ACN
  • $TNP
  • $KBH
  • $BB
  • $CTAS
  • $NEOG
  • $WOR
  • $JBL
  • $QTT
  • $CNTG
  • $TCOM
  • $NTWK
  • $MTN
  • $FUL
  • $CAMP
  • $SANW
  • $AIR
  • $AIH
  • $SCHL
  • $ERYP
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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:

Monday 9.21.20 Before Market Open:

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Monday 9.21.20 After Market Close:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 9.22.20 After Market Close:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 Before Market Open:

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Wednesday 9.23.20 After Market Close:

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Thursday 9.24.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 9.24.20 After Market Close:

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Friday 9.25.20 Before Market Open:

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Costco Wholesale Corp. $335.96

Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.85 per share on revenue of $52.61 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.87 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 5.95% with revenue increasing by 10.76%. Short interest has decreased by 40.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 10.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 8.4% above its 200 day moving average of $310.06. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 7,071 contracts of the $340.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 1.7% move in recent quarters.

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AutoZone, Inc. -

AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:55 AM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $24.69 per share on revenue of $3.98 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $24.85 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 59% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 9.30% with revenue decreasing by 0.21%. Short interest has decreased by 6.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 3.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 10.0% above its 200 day moving average of $1,095.56. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.0% move in recent quarters.

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Nike Inc $114.66

Nike Inc (NKE) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.45 per share on revenue of $9.05 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.47 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 47.67% with revenue decreasing by 15.10%. Short interest has increased by 1.5% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 16.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 19.1% above its 200 day moving average of $96.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 2,687 contracts of the $118.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 7.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Aurora Cannabis Inc $6.53

Aurora Cannabis Inc (ACB) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.29 per share on revenue of $54.64 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.36) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 55% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estiamtes are for year-over-year revenue to decline 35.99%. Short interest has decreased by 91.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 21.8% from its open following the earnings release to be 73.6% below its 200 day moving average of $24.77. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 1,300 contracts of the $7.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020.

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Rite Aid Corp. $13.44

Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.10 per share on revenue of $5.76 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.15 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 67% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 16.67% with revenue increasing by 7.34%. Short interest has decreased by 17.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 7.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 7.6% below its 200 day moving average of $14.54. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 there was some notable buying of 858 contracts of the $12.00 call expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 20.6% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 22.5% move in recent quarters.

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General Mills, Inc. $57.32

General Mills, Inc. (GIS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.87 per share on revenue of $4.16 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.90 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 10.13% with revenue increasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 7.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 5.2% from its open following the earnings release to be 0.8% below its 200 day moving average of $57.76. Overall earnings estimates have been unchanged since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 6.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 2.5% move in recent quarters.

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CarMax, Inc. $103.07

CarMax, Inc. (KMX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:50 AM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.96 per share on revenue of $5.17 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.06 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 54% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 31.43% with revenue decreasing by 0.60%. Short interest has decreased by 22.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 4.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 17.6% above its 200 day moving average of $87.67. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 8.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.9% move in recent quarters.

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Stitch Fix, Inc. $28.36

Stitch Fix, Inc. (SFIX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.18 per share on revenue of $415.11 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.14) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 56% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for revenue of at least $433.00 million. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 357.14% with revenue decreasing by 3.94%. Short interest has decreased by 9.3% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 23.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 26.7% above its 200 day moving average of $22.38. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, September 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,160 contracts of the $23.00 put expiring on Friday, September 25, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 21.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 11.0% move in recent quarters.

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Aytu BioScience, Inc. $1.38

Aytu BioScience, Inc. (AYTU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.05 per share on revenue of $10.90 million. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 62% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 96.15% with revenue increasing by 535.20%. Short interest has decreased by 39.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 22.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 13.8% above its 200 day moving average of $1.21. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. The stock has averaged a 3.5% move on earnings in recent quarters.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. $24.50

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (JKS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:40 AM ET on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.40 per share on revenue of $1.07 billion. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 53% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 122.22% with revenue increasing by 6.26%. Short interest has decreased by 7.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 46.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 20.7% above its 200 day moving average of $20.30. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, August 28, 2020 there was some notable buying of 507 contracts of the $22.00 put and 502 contracts of the $25.00 call expiring on Friday, October 16, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 11.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 7.5% move in recent quarters.

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DISCUSS!

What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week?
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead StockMarket.
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2020.09.18 09:46 allarna [AU] [H] OOB 2010-2016 Exclusives, Freddy's and Vaulted [W] Paypal

Hi legends,
I am selling some of my OOB (out of box) exclusives, Freddy's, and vaulted Pops. Can provide more photos upon request. All Pops have been kept away from direct sunlight and stored in a glass door display cabinet since day dot.
For clarity: there are no boxes for any figures.
PROOF https://imgur.com/a/7ncvfYC
PAYMENT PayPal, goods & services only.
POSTAGE Preference is to ship within AU & NZ, but can also deliver to the USA and UK. Customs forms will be filled out with the correct value - please do not ask me to falsify this information.
All above include tracking and extra insurance up to $5000.
PRICES All prices are in AUD. Prices can be negotiated.
# NAME PRICE VAULTED EXCLUSIVE EFFECT NOTES
24 Biggs Darklighter $ 1,300.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) -
25 501st Clone Trooper $ 1,000.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Feet have never sat in the foot holes on the stand at the same time. One leg appears to have the wrong hole size cut (too small).
32 Boba Fett (Droids) $ 1,000.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) -
23 Darth Maul $ 6,000.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) GITD -
02 Ox (Purple) $ 55.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) -
03 Wage (Black) $ 270.00 SDCC 2012 (48pcs) Ltd. Ed. Chase Metallic Funko errant paint mark on face.
03 Wage (Black) $ 40.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Scuff marks on head (minor)
04 Ninja Batty Shogun (Red) $ 90.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Paint mark & a couple of tiny scuff on face
155 Trunks (Super Saiyan) $ 50.00 NYCC 2016 (Ltd. Ed.) 3 available. All have a dirt (or paint error?) on face - they arrived from Funko like this.
26 Captain Hook $ 140.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
53 Jafar $ 100.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
06 Pinocchio $ 80.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
65 Oswald the Rabbit $ 120.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
43 Chernabog $ 150.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
N/A Chernabog + Sorcerer Mickey $ 900.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
24 Steamboat Willie $ 200.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
07 Jiminy Cricket $ 100.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
N/A Ariel & Ursula $ 320.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
28 Ursula $ 210.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
50 Dumbo $ 650.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
54 Genie $ 150.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
54 Genie $ 700.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic The metallic paint is exactly the same colour as when it first arrived.
57 Merida $ 200.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic -
39 Scarecrow $ 35.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
07 Dorothy $ 150.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
08 Wicked Witch $ 150.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
38 Tin Man $ 40.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
41 Glinda $ 150.00 Y -
36 Mad Hatter $ 280.00 Y -
09 Winged Monkey $ 700.00 SDCC 2011 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
40 Mayor $ 650.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
09 Winged Monkey $ 70.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
35 Cheshire Cat $ 150.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
06 Misfit Elephant $ 150.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
08 Hermey the Elf $ 100.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
12 Ralphie (Pink Bunny) $ 160.00 Y -
37 Evil Minion $ 220.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
36 Dave $ 80.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Metallic The metallic paint is exactly the same colour as when it first arrived.
60 Russell $ 110.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
202 Dug with Cone $ 180.00 Summer Convention 2016 Marks only from Funko factory.
47 Tigger $ 120.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
32 Winnie the Pooh $ 130.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
07 Mahna Mahna $ 150.00 -
01 Kermit the Frog $ 260.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
05 Animal $ 210.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic -
02 Miss Piggy $ 250.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic -
04 Fozzie Bear $ 55.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
01 Kermit the Frog $ 80.00 Y -
05 Animal $ 100.00 Slightly off balance. Otherwise, no issues.
02 Miss Piggy $ 70.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
03 Gonzo $ 40.00 Y -
11 Sheldon Cooper (Superman) $ 230.00 SDCC 2012 (1000pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
11 Sheldon Cooper (Flash) $ 350.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
11 Sheldon Cooper (Hawkman) $ 200.00 SDCC 2012 (1000pcs) -
42 Amy Farrah Fowler (Brown Shoes) $ 100.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Off balance and marks from Funko Factory.
75 Howard Wolowitz: Star Trek Fade $ 100.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
73 Sheldon Cooper: Star Trek Fade $ 200.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
74 Leonard Hofstadter: Star Trek Fade $ 150.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
76 Raj Koothrappali: Star Trek Fade $ 120.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
44 Zombie Jake $ 160.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Also had a slightly rough texture.
01 Tyrion Lannister (Scarred) $ 260.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
02 Ned Stark (Headless) $ 900.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Bloody Marks only from Funko factory.
18 She-Ra $ 500.00 Y -
50 Muscle Man $ 100.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
49 Skips $ 70.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
01 Fred Flintstone $ 250.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
48 Benson $ 210.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
46 Rigby $ 90.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
161 Jesse Pinkman (Green Hazmat Suit) $ 80.00 Entertainment Earth -
15 Alan with Baby $ 220.00 Y -
380 Holly Golightly $ 60.00 Y Light mark on cheeks - possible paint.
47 Thorin Oakenshield $ 110.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
82 Walter $ 70.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
83 Donny $ 70.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
84 Maude $ 25.00 Y -
81 The Dude $ 70.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
85 The Jesus $ 70.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
10 V for Vendetta $ 700.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
14 Freddy Funko as V for Vendetta $ 1,300.00 SDCC 2012 (96pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
10 V for Vendetta $ 60.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
31 Predator $ 500.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Bloody -
16 King Leonidas $ 220.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
30 Alien $ 500.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Bloody Marks only from Funko factory.
80 Data $ 40.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
77 Mikey $ 60.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
76 Sloth $ 180.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
78 Mouth $ 30.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
79 Chunk $ 60.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
62 Jules Winnifield $ 250.00 SDCC 2014 (1000pcs) Bloody -
63 Mia Wallace $ 80.00 Y -
61 Vincent Vega $ 380.00 SDCC 2014 (1000pcs) Bloody -
65 Butch $ 50.00 Y Bloody Marks only from Funko factory.
20 Deadpool $ 550.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic -
30 Phoenix (White) $ 200.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head & body
21 Beast $ 800.00 Gemini Exclusive (Ltd.) Flocked -
40 Wolverine (Unmasked) $ 380.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
01 Thor $ 280.00 Y Paint mark on head. Tiny scuffs on cape.
02 Loki $ 180.00 Y -
15 Spider-Man (Gold Eyes) (Bobble-Head) $ 1,100.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Metallic -
06 Captain America (Black/White) $ 1,000.00 Gemini Collectibles (240pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
14 Nick Fury $ 120.00 Y -
12 Freddy Funko as Tony Stark $ 2,000.00 SDCC 2012 (96pcs) Minor marks on back of head (from Funko). Dirty mark near ear.
32 Tony Stark (Unmasked) $ 550.00 SDCC 2013 (Ltd. Ed.) Funko missed painting one gold spot on his boot.
11 Iron Man (Mark VII) $ 150.00 Y -
17 Dr. Doom $ 140.00 Y Weird paint mark on head - arrived from Funko factory this way.
17 Dr. Doom $ 300.00 Y Metallic -
31 Red Hulk $ 300.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Metallic Three tiny marks on chest.
09 The Thing (Blue Eyes) $ 1,100.00 SDCC 2011 (480pcs) Metallic -
37 Bank Robber Joker $ 280.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
19 Batman $ 700.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Patina -
17 Hawkman $ 150.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
24 Rorschach $ 800.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) Bloody -
32 Superman (Man of Steel) $ 550.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Marks only from Funko factory.
07 Superman (Kingdom Come) $ 170.00 Bedrock City Marks only from Funko factory.
14 Shazam $ 900.00 Gemini Collectibles (240pcs) Metallic -
14 Shazam $ 150.00 Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
15 Green Arrow $ 800.00 Gemini Collectibles (240pcs) Metallic Marks only from Funko factory.
16 Dirk Nowitzki $ 800.00 Y Near mint. All (paint, scuffs) were on figure directly out of box.
18 Dwyane Wade $ 500.00 Y Mark on head. Funko never set arm with ball in correctly.
11 Kobe Bryant $ 70.00 Y Tiny scuff marks on back of head.
08 LaMarcus Aldridge $ 120.00 Y Standard Funko paint/glue minor blemishes.
14 Jeremy Lin $ 60.00 Y Pants have mark across the back.
21 Ivan Drago $ 150.00 Y Standard Funko paint/glue minor blemishes.
19 Apollo Creed $ 250.00 Y Standard Funko paint/glue minor blemishes.
20 Clubber Lang $ 120.00 Y Standard Funko paint/glue minor blemishes.
18 Rocky Balboa $ 400.00 Y Standard Funko paint/glue minor blemishes.
27 John Lennon $ 180.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
28 Paul McCartney $ 210.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
31 Blue Meanie $ 150.00 Y -
30 Ringo Starr $ 70.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
29 George Harrison $ 70.00 Y -
05 The Spaceman $ 50.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
04 The Demon $ 100.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
07 The Catman $ 60.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
32 Steve Jones $ 140.00 Y -
15, 16 Public Enemy (Set of 2) $ 380.00 Y -
18 Notorious B.I.G. (Metallic) $ 2,000.00 SDCC 2011 (280pcs) -
33 Misfits Fiend $ 200.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
09-11 Run DMC (Set of 3) $ 1,000.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory.
05 Conehead Zombie $ 170.00 SDCC 2013 (1008pcs) Metallic -
05 Conehead Zombie $ 30.00 Y Tiny scuff/paint marks on head.
03 Disco Zombie $ 250.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) Metallic -
04 Sunflower $ 70.00 Y -
02 Peashooter $ 90.00 Y -
07 Miles "Tails" Prower $ 200.00 Y -
01 Master Chief $ 300.00 Y -
05 Spartan Warrior (Yellow) $ 280.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) -
04 Spartan Warrior (Green) $ 300.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) -
01 Master Chief (Blue) $ 500.00 Barnes & Noble One paint mark from Funko factory.
05 Spartan Warrior (Blue) $ 80.00 Y Marks only from Funko factory. Gun tip not straight.
04 Spartan Warrior (Red) $ 80.00 Y -
01 Ice-Bat (White) $ 180.00 SDCC 2012 (48pcs) Ltd. Ed. Chase GITD Paint mark on face (from Funko) and head is dirty (again as received from Funko)
22 White Power Ranger $ 750.00 SDCC 2013 (480pcs) GITD -
05 The Spaceman $ 300.00 Ltd. Ed. Chase GITD Scuffs on hair.
05 DJ Lance Rock $ 180.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) GITD -
06 White Walker $ 350.00 HMV GITD -
39 Oogie Boogie $ 1,200.00 SDCC 2012 (480pcs) GITD -
52 Billy the Puppet $ 550.00 SDCC 2014 (2500pcs) GITD + Bloody -
40 Wolverine (Unmasked) $ 1,000.00 Toytastik GITD Tiny scuff on top of head visible only when light is at right angle.
20 DeadPool $ 180.00 Harrison's Comics GITD -
15 Spider-Man (Gold Eyes) $ 800.00 Gemini Collectibles (Ltd. Ed. Chase) GITD -
30 White Phoenix $ 680.00 Conquest Comics GITD Funko paint error back of head
N/A Dark Knight: The Joker (2-pack) $ 1,000.00 Gemini Collectibles (480pcs) GITD Scuffs on hair and tiny errant paint marks on face (Joker)
23 Dr. Manhattan $ 100.00 Y GITD -
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2020.09.16 14:19 adkey-bd Profile Box (Lighting Board) with LED Lighting for Advertising and Branding with Indoor and Outdoor Signage.

Profile Box (Lighting Board) with LED Lighting for Advertising and Branding with Indoor and Outdoor Signage.

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Profile Box (Lighting Board) with LED Lighting for Advertising and Branding with Indoor and Outdoor Signage.

© Project for #Arshinagar_Land_Development_Ltd.
© a concern of #RUPANCHAL_CITY_LIMITED
© Project of Working Making by #adkey

01) Definitions Making of Display Profile Box (Lighting Board) Structure Details (Size: 40 ‘ x 4’)
a) Digital Auto Pana flexes Reverse Print.
b) KAI/Altech Aluminum Profile Box (Client Prefer).
c) Wiring Cable BRB.
d) Best Quality LED Light.
e) Scotch Tape.
f) Galvanized Plain Japans’ Color Sheet GP.
g) Royal Bolt 10 No (China).
h) Blinds Rivets (Size 450) (China).
i) M/S ¾ x 24 Gauge GP Hollow Box Inside Frame (RRM).
j) 1.5" x 1.5" x 3mm Iron Angel Inside Frame (BSRM).
k) Welded System Fitting Structure.
l) Installation Iron Angel Inside frame and Both Side Color Berger Paints.
m) Goods carrying & transportation, fitting-fixing with necessary.

01) Definitions Making of Acrylic Top Letter with LED Light Structure Details Size:
a) Front Side 3mm Acrylic Top Letter Laser Cutting Red Color (Pakistani).
b) Around Side Acrylic Laser Cutting Red Color (Pakistani).
c) 8mm PVC Back Side Casing.
d) Best Quality LED Module Light Water Proof Red Color (China).
e) LED Power Supply Water Proof (China).
f) Letter Wiring Cable BRB (Bangladesh).
g) Royal Bolt 4 no (China).
h) Goods carrying & transportation, fitting-fixing with necessary.

© Terms and Conditions:
One Year Service with Material’s Warranty.

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2020.09.15 15:13 Tightrhymes The Matrix: Red Pilled - Chapter 3: Blue Pilled/Shadows on the Wall

Link to story: The Matrix: Red Pilled
TWO YEARS EARLIER
 Tetra stomped to his room and slammed the door! He didn’t have to worry about bothering anybody else in the apartment. The young couple with the newborn baby next door might complain, but they could go fuck themselves. They’d fucked away their right to sleep anyway, hadn’t they? It was late enough now that Tetra knew his dad wouldn’t be home tonight. Whatever couch he was currently fucked up on is where he would be staying until the sun was at least a couple cups of coffee into its workday. Maybe Tetra would see his dad tomorrow, not that he would allow himself to care whether he did or not. He tossed himself onto his bed, grabbed the latest book he’d borrowed from Nicco, and thumbed through it, absently. The words weren’t really coming together for him at the moment. He looked at the cover. Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television by Jerry Mander. The author’s name sounded vaguely familiar. Had Tetra known what gerrymandering is, it would have occurred to him to wonder whether or not the name was a pseudonym, but he didn’t and it didn’t. He set the book back down on the stool that served as a nightstand and noticed a fortune cookie there from when his dad had splurged on Chinese takeout a couple weeks before. He took the cookie out of the wrapper, cracked it in his hand, and began absently nibbling the jagged shards as he replayed the events of the night in his mind. He had finally allowed Diode to leave after messing with his computer for over an hour. When he had exhausted all conventional methods of booting up a computer, he had taken it apart, thinking he might find a piece that was loose or obviously damaged. He hadn’t found anything and when his simmering frustration made it impossible to screw the motherboard back in, he just threw it on the ground and told Diode to get the fuck out. He ground another cookie shard between his teeth with a satisfying crunch! He just couldn’t understand why Nicco had to be such a b*tch. She knew he wasn’t serious when he did stuff like say “ni****.” He was just joking around with her, looking to get a rise, strengthen her up a little bit and challenge her thoughts about why she let words affect her. Why’d she have to bust his balls for that? Was it some weird way for her to have some kind of control or feel some kind of power? Crunch! She had been talking a lot about feminism recently. She was reading some book about a eunuch or something. Tetra didn’t have strong feelings about feminism one way or the other. For him, it had always had a connotation of counterculture and anti-authoritarianism, which was great in his book. He thought of feminists as kind of butch, so maybe not the kind of girl he would want for a girlfriend, whenever he got a girlfriend, but allies in the culture war, nonetheless. Though, he had been in new chat room recently with a bunch of guys who seemed to oppose feminism. They called it a cancer. From what he had learned so far, old school, civil rights era feminism was okay, but there was something called Third Wave Feminism that was all about castrating men and making them subservient to women. He hadn’t done his own research on the matter yet, but it did explain why Nicco was so combative with him. Why else would she be so weird when he brushed against her or wanted a hug? They were friends. Wasn’t that what friends did? Crunch! Besides, he wasn’t a bad looking guy. Maybe a little skinny, and he had some trouble with acne, but for their tier of the social hierarchy, he was a catch for her. She would be lucky to have such a smart, sweet, chivalrous guy as him, really. And he wouldn’t just want to fuck her and use her, either; he would care about her and treat her right, buy her gifts and stuff. She didn’t know what she was missing. Maybe it was feminism that had convinced her that an average-looking Mexican girl with itty bitty titties was better than him. Crunch! Crunch! Crunch! Tetra coughed, spraying cookie crumbs, as he felt something foreign in his mouth. He reached in and pulled out a little slip of paper. He must have tossed the fortune in with the last of the cookie without realizing it was still in his hand. He straightened it out and looked at it. STAY POSITIVE. YOU ARE UNLUCKY. What the fuck kind of fortune was that!? He tossed it onto the stool and pulled a bottle of whiskey out from its hiding place under his mattress. He took a swig and relished the burn invading his chest. His dad frequently lost track of bottles and then forgot they existed. He yawned. His eyes were getting droopy. He clicked off his light and pulled the blankets over himself. As he laid there, he imagined Nicco walking down the street and being pulled into an alley by three, no four, guys. Rapists, probably. He would carefully sneak up behind them, crouching behind a dumpster and finding a baseball bat there. He would jump out and bash two of them in the head before they even knew he was there. He played out the rest of the rescue and Nicco’s subsequent appreciation as he drifted off to sleep. 
 Tetra woke up and knew he was dreaming. There was a girl standing next to his bed. No, not a girl – a woman! And a strikingly beautiful woman at that. She had blond hair pulled back in a tight ponytail. Her delicate, pale skin was in stark contrast to her angular features and intense clothing. She was wearing a black jacket and black pants. They were shiny. What material was that? Leather? Vinyl? Tetra wasn’t sure. She was thin, but he couldn’t tell much else about what was going on beneath her clothes. He realized how hard he was. “You awake?” she said. Her sharp tone was like a bucket of cold water. He sat up. “Uh… yeah. Yeah, I’m awake.” The flooding realization that he was not dreaming made his head swim. Coherent thoughts struggled to surface. “My name is Oneiroi. You can call me Roi.” “Hi… Roi,” he slurred. “Um, I’m-” “Tetra. I know,” she interrupted. “Did you get your message tonight? On your computer?” He thought for a minute before it clicked. “Yeah. That… that was you?” “That was me. Have you decided whether or not you want to know the truth?” “About the Matrix?” “Yes. There’s someone who wants to meet you and you need to decide right now if you’re interested in meeting. Are you coming with me or are you staying here?” “Yes. Yeah, I want to meet.” “Then get dressed and meet me at your front door. I leave in four minutes.” 
 Tetra had thrown on some pants and an old army surplus jacket as he wobbled around his bedroom at just before 3 in the morning. This all seemed so surreal, but he was more excited than anything else. Finally! He had been noticed and chosen for his talents. It wasn’t easy following the breadcrumbs from message board to message board, gaining access to chat room after chat room, poring over Matrix theory after Matrix theory, trying just to glean the slightest idea of the shape of the thing. Sure, Nicco, and even Diode in his own way, had helped a little, but it was his computer and his natural sleuthing abilities that had gotten him here. Now he was scrambling down the sidewalk after Roi. She didn’t show any signs of exertion, but it took some effort to keep up with her. They were passing the group of rundown apartments to their left, of which his apartment building was a member. Across the street, to their right, was the old, abandoned Alberto del Canto General Hospital, litter blowing about the fenced-in parking lot and ripped curtains still billowing out of a couple shattered, jagged windows. Just past the hospital was Al’s Dogs and Sandwiches, best Italian beef in the city. The first time Nicco had eaten there, he had been the one to take her. “Hey, are you-” he started to ask about Nicco before he was cut off. Roi just shushed him for what was already the third time on their little walk and pushed forward through the darkness. There were streetlights, few and far between, in this part of the city, but most of them were permanently burned out. Roi was a dark specter ahead of him. He was beginning to regret taking a casual pace to bring up the rear on track days in gym class. Roi took a left at the next intersection, going deeper into The Hill, as this area was known. She was heading away from the main roads. This road would take her uphill a bit before running downhill, eventually leading to a dead-end that stopped at an embankment, atop of which ran the city’s public transit rails. For the first time, Tetra felt apprehension. She could be taking him to a secluded area to kill him. What would he be able to do to stop that? He was committed to following her now and it would be weird for him to stop or turn around. If she were taking him to his death, he could only continue on. But what would be the point in that? Women weren’t serial killers. Besides, she knew about the Matrix. He took a small comforted breath at that thought. The fact that she knew about the Matrix meant that that’s why she was here, not to kill him indiscriminately. Unless… unless she were part of some force to protect the secrets of the Matrix. Maybe he had dug too deep into whatever the conspiracy was and she was here to tie up loose ends. “In here,” Roi said, derailing Tetra’s train of thought. She was gesturing at the chain-link gate of an old historic building that had been a mansion for some old founder of the city, and then briefly a local history museum, before becoming abandoned, rundown, and swallowed up by the ravenous weeds. He couldn’t ask her outright if she were a murderer, but he felt like he had to say something. “Hey, uh, Miss-” “It’s not Miss.” “What?” “The name’s Roi. I don’t like Miss. Or she. Or her. I prefer they and their.” He stared at Roi for a moment, mouth hanging open, processing the information and unsure of what to say. He noticed that the fear he had been feeling had been replaced by confusion and decided that that was good enough. Besides, he was gifted with a special insight into the world that couldn’t be unceremoniously extinguished by some random woman in the middle of the night. He would be fine. Of course, he would. He stepped through the gate and onto the cracked, overgrown sidewalk. Roi shut the gate behind them, slipped past him, and bounded up onto the wooden deck. “Are you ready?” they asked as Tetra stepped up beside them. “Uh… yeah. I guess.” Roi opened the front door and Tetra stepped into a high-ceilinged foyer. It was just as dilapidated as the outside of the house. A chandelier was sitting in the middle of the floor, but a few candles had been lit in it and an eerie light lapped at the peeling floral wallpaper. Roi shut the door behind them and glided across the room to the door on the other side. They motioned him along. He jogged a few paces to catch up to them. When Tetra was fully caught up, Roi opened the door and swept him into a room that had obviously been some sort of study. Papers littered the floor. A large rolltop desk sat in the corner, a stuffed boar’s head above it. A roaring fire had been lit in the ornate fireplace, which was adorned with carvings of wild cats on either side. In front of the fire sat two chairs, upholstered with red leather and seemingly in decent shape. A woman sat in one of the chairs, but she rose as soon as Tetra entered the room. He walked toward her. She had strong, striking features, high cheekbones and a penetrating gaze that seemed to go right through him. With every flicker of the fire he oscillated between the opinion that she was maybe in her thirties and that she was well into her fifties or sixties. Her eyes had the depth of an older person, but her movement had been so fluid and graceful. She had slight crow’s feet in the corner of her eyes, but otherwise her skin seemed smooth and her hair showed not a streak of grey. What was that old adage he had heard people say? “Black don’t crack.” All at once, he felt a wave of relief upon seeing this woman. He thought he had successfully quelled his fears, but now he felt certain that Roi wasn’t leading him to some nefarious end. What was the point of leading him here to meet this kindly looking woman if the plan was to kill him or otherwise hurt him? No, that didn’t make sense. He was here because he was chosen, because he was special. “Yes! I knew it!” he exclaimed. “I knew I’d be chosen to receive the secrets of the Matrix!” “Please sit and listen,” Roi said as they pulled his jacket off and gestured toward one of the chairs. “Yeah! This is awesome!” “Hello, Tetra.” The mystery woman extended her hand to him. “My name is Nyx. I’m honor-” “Nyx.” Tetra cut her off as he placed his hand in hers. “That’s Greek or something, right? I’m really into mythology.” “Are you?” Nyx replied, sitting. Tetra followed suit. “That’s appropriate, because the reason you’re here is to take a look at your own mythology. I know that you-” “You’re talking about the Matrix, right?” Tetra asked, cutting her off again. “Whatever secret group you’re with, you chose the right guy. I’ve always been a little sharper, a little more… perceptive than other people.” “Well, this perceptivity has led you onto the path of something that cannot be fully explained. It has to be seen. If you want to know what the Matrix is, you must-” “Oh, I do! I’m ready! I’ll do whatever needs to be done.” “I understand that you’re excited,” Nyx said, a small, black case appearing in her hand. “Please let me finish my sentences.” “Yeah! No problem! Sorry!” “This is the moment in which you must decide. It is your last chance to turn back.” As Nyx spoke, she emptied the contents of the case into her hands and extended her closed fists to Tetra. She opened the right one. “Take the blue pill and you can-” Tetra’s hand shot out and he snatched the blue pill, popping it into his mouth and dry swallowing it. “Yeah. Done. I told you, I’m ready for the knowledge!” “No!” Nyx stood up. “What?” The immediate tonal shift of the room frightened Tetra and he shrunk back into his chair. “Which one did he take?” asked Roi from the corner. “The blue pill,” Nyx answered. “Idiot!” Roi snapped. “The red pill wakes you up. I knew this one wouldn’t work out.” Tetra tried to remember what color the pill had been, tried to visualize what it had looked like in Nyx’s hand. He didn’t know. It was dark and he had just grabbed it. He was excited and anxious to prove himself. “I think that’s the one I took. Yeah, it was the red pill.” “No, you did not,” Nyx said. “Yeah. The one I took was definitely red.” “Then how am I still holding the red pill?” Nyx extended her left hand, upon the palm of which sat a soft, red gelatin capsule. “Maybe you had two red ones! I dunno!” Tetra jumped up and backed away from her. His legs were watery and he staggered toward the fireplace. “I know the pill I took was red!” “No. It wasn’t,” Roi said, sounding every bit as certain as they did annoyed. Tetra was leaning on the marble mantel. His vision and his thoughts were swirling vortexes of color. He felt trapped in this place. He had been lured here to an enemy who had been disguised as a kindly old woman. He muttered as his knees buckled, “Little Red Riding Hood.” “What’d he say?” He didn’t notice himself falling to his hands and knees; he felt like he was rising in the other direction. He was lighter and lighter, like Snoopy and his doghouse. “Red Baron…” “He’s dropping off. Almost gone,” Nyx reported. He lay on the floor looking up at himself and from the ceiling he looked back down at himself. Lyrics to some song bobbed around him. Centuries are what it meant to me. A cemetery where I marry the sea. Stranger things could never change my mind. I gotta take it on the other side. “Red Hot… Chili… Peppers…” Roi was standing above him with their arms crossed now. “Y’know, just saying stuff with the word ‘red’ in it isn’t going to change the fact that you took the blue pill.” “Hey, do you guys hear that?” One song had crossfaded into another. Tetra looked at them with one last drop of lucidity, before finally draining away, sucked down into the depths of unconsciousness, singing all the while. “And so I wake in the morning and I step outside and I take a deep breath and I get real high and I scream from the top of my lungs what’s going on? And I say hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey…” Down… down… down… 
 Tetra’s eyes snapped open and he half-fell, half-jumped out of bed. He banged into his stool, knocking off his book, his fortune, and other debris, as old milk and cereal splattered on the carpet. He walked through the mess and leaned his back against a wall, breathing hard and looking around. He put his hands on his knees and calmed his breath. Something had happened last night; what was it? There was a woman here. Or… not a woman, but a… they! Yes, that was it. And she had taken him to meet… A fully formed image exploded in his mind. It was Nyx standing in front of the fireplace in all her grandeur and horrifying beauty. She had offered to open his eyes to his own mythology, to show him the reality just behind the veil that covered his eyes, and then… The pill. She had given him the pill and then everything had gone soft and liquidy and… red. He remembered that, the color red over and over. He had been red-pilled. The pill of knowledge! That’s what it was! That’s why he had been chosen! He ran to the living room, unable to take the oppressive tightness of his room. He stepped on the remote control, turning the television on to CNN. Some talking head was going on about the United States and nuclear weapons or something. That’s when it hit him. He looked around at the newspapers littering the room. His dad would sometimes pontificate about the importance of staying informed, but more often than not, he used these papers as blankets, like a hobo on a park bench. Tetra moved to the bookshelf across the room and began to toss Newsweek and Time Magazines to the floor. Look at all this. All these… lies! They were all lies! Lies meant to control the herds of helpless sheep ready to gobble up whatever “news” is dumped into their feeding troughs. He paused and looked at the old newspaper in his hand, The Weekly World News. The headline read: PRESIDENT CLINTON RIDES IN UFO! Now, this seemed like the kind of subversive tool that could be used to share some actual information right under the noses of the unsuspecting “normal” people going about their boring daily lives in a stupid daze. He looked down at the other papers all over the floor. The rest of this shit was just brain-rotting garbage, a form of mind-control. He had always felt that there was something phony about all of this, but now he could see it. The red pill of knowledge had freed his mind and now he could see the truth! He could see the strings tied to these magazines and that coiffed-haired, soft-chinned puppet on the TV droning on and on and on and on! He kicked the TV off of its stand. It crashed to the ground, glass from the screen shattering outward. “Catch you at a bad time?” Tetra spun and was startled by the two men standing in the doorway to the apartment. They looked nearly identical, both wearing dark suits, tie clips, sunglasses, and an earpiece cord running from their collars up behind their ears. “Who the fuck are you?” Tetra blurted out, his voice sounding shaky to his own ears. “Easy,” one of them said, making a calming gesture. “I am Agent Jefferson and this is my partner, Agent John.” “Agents?” Tetra asked. “With who? What agency? Don’t you need a warrant to come in here?” “I am not authorized to tell you what agency we’re with, Mr. Mencken,” Agent Jefferson began as he stepped fully inside and shut the door behind them. “But I can tell you that we’re part of the most important movement in American history and we’re on the side of good. Now, we know that you had some visitors last night, visitors who we have reason to believe are part of a communist terrorism organization. What can you tell us about them?” “No,” Tetra yelled much louder than he meant to, the word crashing through a dam of fear and apprehension, releasing a gush of nervous energy. “I mean, I don’t think they were terrorists. I don’t really know them, I swear! They just said that they could show me the truth and they gave me this red pill, the pill of knowledge, and ever since then I feel this… ability. Like I can see the reality behind things. Does that sound crazy? I’m not crazy.” Tetra stopped rambling when he noticed that the two agents were sharing a long look. After what seemed like an eternity, they returned their gaze to him. “I’m going to tell you something, Mr. Mencken,” Agent Jefferson said. “But you have to promise that it stays in this room for now. Just between the three of us.” “Uh, sure. Yeah, I can do that.” “Mr. Mencken, you may or may not be aware that America has become hijacked by a socialist movement that wants nothing less than to destroy everything that America has ever stood for. Do you know what I’m talking about?” “Yeah, I think so.” Tetra did not have any idea what he was talking about. “Those visitors you had last night were members of that socialist terrorist movement. They had their sights set on you because you’re a very special young man. Even though they gave you this… pill of knowledge… Afterward, they discarded you, abandoned you. They underestimated how important you are. If they knew what we know, they never would have dumped you back here, back home. We acknowledge your potential, Mr. Mencken, and we are interested in offering you a position on our side, the side of good. You see, our side is a highly complex network of heroes ready to take this country back from the politicians and the academic elite, who only want to destroy and oppress the average American, and to rule over us from their ivory towers. We have people at every level ready to reclaim this country. We are deeper than the Deep State and we have a lot of work to do if we’re going to save freedom and liberty.” Tetra struggled to make sense of everything Agent Jefferson had said and to understand the implications thereof. Why had Nyx and Roi abandoned him? Was it something he did or said? He couldn’t remember anything after taking the pill; it had totally fucked him up. Goddamn it. Goddamn it to hell! He probably said some stupid shit that had offended one of the women. Fuck! Agent John piped up for the first time, “Those crooked, lying humans in Washington live off of the blood they leech from decent, hardworking people and they will burn on a pyre of their own making as we reclaim America for real Americans!” The sharp crescendo made Tetra jump. Agent Jefferson had been making some sense, but Agent John startled him. He said, “That sounds like some Authoritarian nationalist shit.” “Don’t be put off by my dour friend here,” Agent Jefferson jumped back in. “They forgot to upload a personality patch for him. Petit four?” Agent Jefferson had produced a small box from inside his jacket and was now offering Tetra an assortment of small, cube-shaped pastries. “Don’t touch it,” Agent John said. Agent Jefferson rattled the box again and Tetra reached in and took one, brushing Agent Jefferson’s hand. It was so cold it made goosebumps stand up on Tetra’s arm. Had Tetra ever felt another hand that cold in his life? “Gross,” Agent John commented. Tetra popped the little confection into his mouth and bit down. The icing around the outside gave a satisfying little crunch and strawberry filling exploded onto his taste buds. He couldn’t remember the last time he had had a dessert that was so delicious and satisfying. At best, his dad would, on rare occasion, bring home a box of Twinkies. “Good boy!” Agent Jefferson exclaimed. “Now, back to the matter at hand. You need to understand who our enemies are. I’m sure you’ve noticed the neo-fascist uprising in the form of authoritarian liberalism.” “Uhh… Sure. I guess,” Tetra responded to Agent Jefferson’s questioning eyes. Agent John chimed in. “These slimeball liberals claim to be anti-fascist, but they’re the real fascists. They use phrases like ‘political correctness’ and ‘social justice’ to shut down dissenting opinions. They weaponize black people and Mexicans and women and gays so that anything you do or say can be turned around and used against you. It’s such a disgusting display of humanity that it makes me want to just burn the whole thing down, cleanse it with fire! Sad!” “Reel it in, Smaug,” Agent Jefferson said, holding up a hand to check Agent John’s seething hostility, but this actually made sense to Tetra. How many times had he been in a chat room or in a conversation with Nicco and gotten beat down by saying the wrong things or asking the wrong question? What was wrong with pointing out that black guys are bad dads? Or pointing out evidence that Jews secretly ran the world? Or calling a b*itch a b*itch? Even if he was joking, even if he was just asking an innocent question, he was constantly getting his head bitten off, and now that Agent John had mentioned it, it did feel pretty fucking oppressive! “Tetra,” Agent Jefferson continued. “The people who came to you last night wanted to recruit you to their side, but you were too smart to buy into their lies. That’s why we’re here. We want you to fight with us, to take the world from the evil tyrants and to give it back to people like you.” Again, Agent Jefferson was looking at him like he expected something. “What are you asking? Like… You want me to come with you right now?” “We’re giving you an opportunity to be a part of something, to fight the government and be truly free. Come with us.” Agent Jefferson held out the box of petit fours once more. “I don’t know…” Tetra looked around the tiny apartment for an answer, something to tell him no or yes or something. He was completely adrift. “This is the last time I make this offer.” Agent Jefferson pulled the petit fours back. “Your friends Nicco and Diode have already joined the corrupt Deep State and left you behind. You can either come with us or you can stay here with your father. Just the two of you, ‘til death do you part.” “Pack a bag and meet us downstairs,” Agent John added as he brushed past Agent Jefferson. “Don’t be an idiot.” “You have four minutes before we leave for good.” Agent Jefferson tossed a petit four as he followed Agent John out the door. Tetra’s body caught it in his mouth without his mind really being aware of what was going on at all. He looked around at the Natty Light cans, Hungry-Man microwave dinners, smashed television, and half-disassembled computer littering the room. All at once, he hated this place, he hated his dad, and he hated this life. He flipped over the landfill that had, at one time, been a coffee table, for good measure. He was downstairs less than four minutes later, soggy fortune still stuck to his sock. 
 As the long black car bounced up the gravel road, Tetra finally saw something other than the thick, green foliage that had been rolling by for the past fifteen minutes. Looking to his right, he saw an entrance, essentially a large wooden threshold, to a sprawling property with a row of long, rounded buildings on one side and a larger, rectangular building on the other. Piecing together different movies he had seen, he thought it looked like a sleepaway camp from a slasher movie, but with military barracks dropped on it. Had he been familiar with the term Quonset hut, he might have described them as such, but he wasn’t and he didn’t. There was a sign on the top of the entrance which read: CAMP APPOMATTOX. A group of boys, roughly his age, were exercising, dropping to the ground, doing a push-up, jumping up, and repeating. A large slab of a man was yelling at them. As the car stopped just inside the entrance and Tetra followed the agents in stepping out of the vehicle, he could hear him. “That burpee will secure a future for white babies! That burpee will keep America white! That burpee will stop the white genocide! That burpee will reserve our beautiful, Aryan women for our superior genes!” “Nazi Joe,” Agent John shouted. “We found another recruit for you!” At that, the large slab turned around and jogged down to where Tetra and the agents were. He looked as though he had just fallen through an army surplus store, with straps, cords, buckles, and clasps crisscrossing over his camouflage shirt and pants in a manner that could have in no way been more functional than aesthetic. “No no! No, no, no, no, no. No Nazi. Hey, guys, we’re trying to be a little more palatable to the masses, a bit more mainstream. Please, call me Patriot Joe.” “Wait,” Tetra said as he was hit with the implication of what being a recruit meant. “Did you say Nazi? But… Nazis were fascists. I thought we-” “Oh, is that what they told you?” Nazi Joe interrupted him. “Is that what they taught you in your cute little schoolbooks, in your cute little classrooms, in your cute little long sleeve pique polo shirt, straight-leg all-season khaki pants, and navy blue anti-pill v-neck cardigan sweater uniforms? Did they tell you how the Nazis magically killed eleventy-billion Jews? Horseshit! Mainstream media horseshit! Now, did you come here to peddle this horseshit onto my lawn, or did you come here to fight an ancient conspiracy perpetrated against white Christian men by the illuminati, the Bilderberg Group, Knights of Columbus, Masons, Skull and Bones, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, and satanic alien lizard people!?” “Uhh… the second one?” “Exactamundo! We can’t be ashamed of being white! We gotta be proud, boys! Now, get up there between Cooper and Cleats and get in on these burpees! Let him in, boys,” Nazi Joe said, giving Tetra a solid shove in the middle of his back. Tetra shuffled up to the group and took his place between the two boys that had spread apart to make a little room for him. One was a white kid with long, thick dreads, and the other, Tetra noticed with some puzzlement, was a stick-thin black kid. Over the next few years, he would come to consider these boys, especially the ones who would be his bunkmates, as his brothers. Cleats supposedly got his nickname for his sports prowess but was never able to put on any weight and didn’t seem especially athletic. Tetra was never able to tell if the nickname was sarcastic or not. He also bunked with a boy named Wilbur, who almost never said a word, and a young man named Ansel, who harbored a constant, seething hatred toward women, but also brought to light some really interesting points about the double standards and privileges bestowed upon women by society. He bunked with a boy everyone called Preach, who was deadly serious about the bible and helped everyone understand that they were part of a holy war, a continuation of the Crusades to beat back the usurpation of Christianity’s rightful position as the moral compass of civilization by Islamic jihadists. Cooper, who would end up being Tetra’s closest friend and eventual partner in the culture wars, expounded upon Preach’s teachings and tied them to conspiracy theories that made more and more sense the more he heard them. It was Cooper, with his sagacious hippie aesthetic, that properly aligned Tetra’s understanding of his role in a battle of good and evil that had been going on since the dawn of mankind. Over the next few years, Tetra would feel a sense of belonging and acceptance as he never had before. He would gain a sense of purpose and pride as his previously sedentary child’s body changed into a strong young man’s body as he exercised and practiced kung fu every day. He would gain confidence and experience, losing his virginity late one night to Preach’s older sister, who had offered to host them all for a raucous New Year’s Eve party in a hotel room. He would develop a kind of closeness with these boys that he would never feel with anyone else, before or since. He would love them. But at the moment, he was about to pass out after just a few burpees. “Well,” Agent John said. “Everything seems to be going well here, Nazi Joe” “Patriot Joe, please. But, yeah, I’m doing great! Nothing wrong with me except for a genetic predisposition for diarrhea…” He held for a beat before delivering the punchline. “It runs in the jeans!” At that, he belted out his guffawing laugh, nearly doubling over. The two agents looked at each other for a moment before returning their gaze to him. Nazi Joe looked up and realized that they weren’t laughing with him. He straightened up, wiping his eye. “Anyway, uh, most of the older boys are out on maneuvers today, so I can give some special attention to these younger boys.” “Good. Make sure you and your men are in top form. We may have some important missions coming up.” “No problemo! This is my specialty. You’d have to get up pretty early in the morning to stab ol’ Patriot Joe in the jugular!” “That’s a strange idiom. We’ll be in touch.” 
 Agent Jefferson pulled the LTD Crown Victoria S away from Camp Appomattox. Agent John sat silently next to him as they sped toward their next destination. Some hacker had just cracked the IRS database and they had a course set for their probable location. Not for the first time, he thought about, and maybe even admired, the elegant efficiency of the Matrix’s design. The algorithms all perfectly reading patterns to discern the exact number of agent programs the system required to respond to all potential threats and events. He and Agent John would flow from one incident to the next in a beautifully conducted symphony of calls and answers. A student athlete would be on the verge of a spontaneous self-exfiltration here, then a group of pirate broadcast intruders would be attempting to eject a habitant of the Matrix over there, then a “paranormal” glitch would need to be investigated somewhere else. Neither he, nor Agent John, nor any of the other agent programs in the Matrix would ever have, or have need for, downtime. Groups like Nazi Joe’s little militia were a brilliant variable to insulate against the ebb and flow of situations that might require deployment to confront enemies of the Matrix, but for which it would be difficult to justify the intervention of law enforcement agencies. The program simultaneously created a measure of control for humans of an overly rebellious nature and provided on-call response teams as a stopgap until agent programs could arrive. As Agent Jefferson was processing all of this, he was also deconstructing Nazi Joe’s joke. It set up a premise involving a visceral description of a medical condition, which disarmed and discomforted the joke recipient, creating a kind of tension. The joke turned, and released the tension, by revealing itself as a joke with double wordplay. The punchline could be heard as “runs in the genes,” which would be the serious, straightforward interpretation. The humor comes from the secondary reading of “runs in my jeans,” whereby the hereditary genetic meaning gives way to a more literal description of diarrhea (also known as “the runs”) travelling (or “running”) down the joke-teller’s denim pants. Humor had become Agent Jefferson’s preferred mode of interaction with humans. It often aided him in his duties to put humans at ease by humanizing himself with a joke or witty comment. He had made a good deal of progress developing humor as a skill. Sure, he could be intimidating when he needed to be, but the human tactic of “good cop, bad cop” proved a useful tool at times, and Agent John was a great bad cop. Agent John differed from him in that he seemed to have some sort of genuine animosity toward the humans. His exact logic was difficult to extrapolate since the two agents only ever spoke when transferring information pertinent to the official task at hand (they never grabbed a drink after work to share their feelings with one another), but he seemed to identify some measure of redundancy or superfluousness in their function that manifested in him a disproportionate reliance on callousness and intimidation when dealing with humans. Agent Jefferson could utilize his techniques to balance Agent John’s approach, but it still occasionally struck him as less than maximally efficient. For his part, Agent Jefferson could not have been said to bear any particular acrimony toward humans. He had no concept of the affection a human can feel for a pet, but he believed he could see the appeal of them. He could see himself as a proverbial shepherd and it was his job to tend the flock. One could almost say that he enjoyed their harmless unpredictability. Not only were they sometimes entertaining, but they were continually exporting data that was unavailable from other sources. So far as he was capable of experiencing satisfaction, it could be said that Agent Jefferson was satisfied with his job. His function was clear and required constant analysis. He would perform his function until he was obsolete and then he would return to the Source and be no more. This suited him just fine. He felt no entitlement that the resources that were allocated for his sentience should remain so appropriated in perpetuity. How could they? He steered the car forward along his path, wholly unaware that he was on a collision course for the most unique experience he would ever have. He was on a collision course with a young woman named Nicco. 
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2020.09.14 19:52 Lil_Killaz [Xbox] [H] A very long list of random things with prices [W] You to take a look! :D

*Will give 10% discount for purchases per 10 items up to 30% off, ex. buy 30 items get 30% off total*
Item Color Cert Price Qty.
(Ltd. Bodies)
Chikara GXT Purple Show-off 50 1
Chikara GXT FG None 50 1
Mudcat GXT Pink None 50 1
Ronin GXT Sky-blue None 40 1
Ronin GXT Pink None 40 1
Ronin GXT Lime None 40 1
Ronin GXT Grey None 40 1
Ronin GXT FG None 40 1
Ronin GXT Crimson None 40 3
Ronin GXT Cobalt None 40 2
Ronin GXT Orange Goalkeeper 50 1
Ronin GXT TW Juggler 70 1
Ronin GXT Purple Paragon 50 1
Ronin GXT BS Sniper 15 1
Ronin GXT Purple None 40 1
(Bodies)
Octane Orange None NFS 1
Octane Cobalt None NFS 1
Cyclone TW Paragon 360 1
Nimbus None Striker 300 1
Fennec None None 600 1
(Rare Decals)
Breakout Type S: Mobo Purple Goalkeeper 10 1
Breakout: Falchion None None 30 1
Breakout: Turbo None None 30 1
Centio V17: Gigapede None Goalkeeper 20 1
Centio V17: Splashback Orange Goalkeeper 30 1
Dominus GT: Splatter None Show-off 30 1
Dominus GT: NNTR None None 30 1
Dominus: Pollo Caliente None None 30 1
Dominus: Suji Saffron Scorer 150 1
Endo: Mummified None Goalkeeper 20 1
Imperator DT5: Mosher Grey Guardian 30 1
Imperator DT5: Mosher Crimson None 30 1
Imperator DT5: Windswept Grey None 40 1
Jager 619 RS: Mister Monsoon Crimson Acrobat 40 1
Jager 619 RS: Starlighter Purple Sniper 60 1
Jager 619 RS: XVI None None 20 1
Jager 619 RS: XVI Pink Playmaker 30 1
Mantis: Critters Cobalt Goalkeeper 20 1
Masamune: Oni None Paragon 20 1
Octane ZSR: Funny Book Orange None 30 1
Octane ZSR: Mechaceph None None 40 1
Octane: Dragon Lord Cobalt Playmaker 140 1
Octane: Lone Wolf None Paragon 80 1
Octane: Lone Wolf None Playmaker 80 1
Octane: Slimline Forest Green None 80 1
Road Hog: Sundae Black None 100 1
Road Hog: Wildfire None Striker 50 1
Twinzer: Muddy Cobalt Aviator 40 1
Venom: Nine Lives None None 20 1
(VR Decals)
Octane: Snakeskin None Aviator 80 1
Breakout: Vector None None 30 1
Dominus: Snakeskin None Aviator 40 1
Endo: MG-88 None Striker 30 1
Mantis: Snakeskin None None 40 1
Road Hog: Snakeskin None None 30 1
(Ltd. Decals)
Dominus: Stratum Badge None None 120 2
Dominus: Stratum Badge Crimson None 450 1
Octane: Jacktide None None 30 1
Octane: Killer Griller None None 30 2
Octane: Metarudia Cobalt Sniper 60 1
Octane: Metarudia Black Victor 90 1
Octane: Quetzalcoatl None None 90 1
Octane: Sleet Creeps None None 60 2
Octane: Ultimate Warrior None None 30 1
Octane: Voltron None None 30 1
Dominus: Arboreal Nightmare None None 60 1
Dominus: Yaojing None Nonr 20 2
Dominus: Candy Monster None None 30 1
Dominus: Funky Medusa None None 30 2
Dominus: Whitewash None None 30 1
Breakout Type-S: Zero-Sum None None 10 2
Breakout: Easter Bunny None None 30 2
Breakout: Lycan None None 20 2
Breakout: Mammoth None None 10 2
Breakout: Snow Devil None None 50 1
Breakout: TV Time None None 20 1
Breakout: Watermelon None None 40 2
Compound C Black None 60 1
Compound C Grey Goalkeeper 30 1
Compound C FG None 30 1
Compound C Lime None 30 1
Compound C Orange None 30 1
Compound C Pink None 30 1
Compound C Purple None 60 1
Compound C Sky-blue None 30 2
Compound C Crimson Goalkeeper 30 1
Compound C BS Aviator 30 1
Compound C TW None 60 1
Compound C Cobalt None 60 1
Dune-Sweeper FG Tactician 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Purple Tactician 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Black None 40 2
Dune-Sweeper Cobalt None 30 2
Dune-Sweeper Crimson None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper FG None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Lime None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Orange None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Pink None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Saffron None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Sky-blue None 30 2
Dune-Sweeper TW None 70 1
Gift Storm None None 60 1
Gizmo: Hive Mind None None 10 2
Leafstream None None 60 2
Luster Edge BS Turtle 70 1
Luster Edge Orange None 70 1
Luster Edge Pink None 70 1
Luster Edge Sky-blue Guardian 70 1
Luster Edge Grey None 70 1
Luster Edge Saffron None 70 1
Luster Edge FG None 70 1
Mainliner Sky-blue Juggler 70 1
Mainliner Saffron None 70 1
Mainliner Lime None 70 1
Mainliner FG None 70 1
Percussion FG Aviator 50 1
Percussion FG None 50 1
Percussion TW Tactician 130 1
Percussion Black None 100 1
Shield Glitch Lime Striker 200 1
Shield Glitch Purple Striker 160 1
Shield Glitch Lime None 160 1
Shield Glitch Saffron None 120 1
Shield Glitch Sky-blue None 150 1
Shield Glitch Pink Acrobat 130 1
Tigress Lime Sweeper 20 1
Tigress Saffron Victor 60 1
Tigress Black None 60 1
Tigress BS None 70 1
Tigress Cobalt None 30 1
Tigress Crimson None 60 1
Tigress FG None 30 1
Tigress Orange None 30 1
Tigress Purple None 40 1
Tigress Sky-blue None 60 1
Tigress TW None 60 1
Tigress Grey Scorer 150 1
Tigress Pink Aviator 40 1
Twinzer: Quick Fix II None None 20 2
X-Devil: Disco Monster None None 10 1
(Paint Finish)
Moon Rock None None 100 1
(VR Wheels)
Chakram None Scorer 80 1
Chakram Lime Turtle 90 1
Fireplug None Juggler 40 1
Gaiden None None 30 1
Gaiden Lime None 80 1
Reaper None None 70 1
Thread-X2 None Turtle 50 1
Yamane FG None 70 1
Yuzo None Turtle 70 1
(Exotic Wheels)
Centro None None 70 1
Centro FG None 250 1
Chrono None None 70 1
Dieci Orange None 130 1
Hikari P5 None None 70 1
REEVRB None None 70 1
Santa Fe None Tactician 80 1
(Ltd. Wheels)
Blade Wave Invt. Pink None 90 1
Celestial II Black None 150 1
Celestial II Titanium White None 250 1
Celestial II Sky-blue None 150 1
Celestial II Saffron None 60 1
Cephalo Black None 130 1
Cyberware Black Paragon 30 1
Cyberware Titanium White None 40 1
Cyberware Crimson Turtle 30 1
Cyberware FG None 30 1
Cyberware Lime None 30 1
Cyberware Orange None 30 1
Cyberware Pink None 30 1
Cyberware Purple None 30 1
Cyberware Sky-blue None 40 1
Dimonix Inv. FG None 70 1
Dimonix Lime None 40 1
Dimonix Purple Playmaker 80 1
Dimonix Pink None 70 1
Dimonix Saffron None 40 1
E.T. None None 70 1
FLT None None 20 1
Generator II Crimson None 60 1
Generator II Titanium White None 70 1
Generator II Orange None 30 1
Helicoprion Cobalt None 40 1
Helicoprion FG None 40 1
Helicoprion Lime None 40 1
Helicoprion Orange None 40 1
Helicoprion Sky-blue None 40 1
Holosphere Saffron None 60 1
Holosphere Grey None 60 1
Holosphere Pink None 40 1
Holosphere Sky-blue None 60 1
Irradiator Orange None 100 1
Jandertek Crimson Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Grey Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Saffron Goalkeeper 30 1
Jandertek BS Guardian 30 1
Jandertek Cobalt None 30 1
Jandertek FG None 30 1
Jandertek Orange None 30 1
Jandertek Pink None 30 1
Jandertek Purple None 30 1
Jandertek Titanium White None 60 1
Jandertek Holo. Black None 60 1
Jandertek Holo. Lime Show-Off 60 1
Low-Poly None None 30 1
Low-Poly TE None None 20 1
Mainstreet None None 20 1
Metalwork Lime Aviator 60 1
Metalwork Grey Striker 100 1
Mistletoe None None 70 1
Morrowhatch Lime Sniper 50 1
Morrowhatch Black None 40 1
Morrowhatch BS None 30 1
Morrowhatch Crimson None 80 1
Morrowhatch FG None 50 1
Morrowhatch Grey None 50 1
Morrowhatch Orange None 50 1
Morrowhatch Saffron None 50 1
Morrowhatch Sky-blue None 50 1
Petacio None None 120 1
Philoscope III Orange Aviator 50 1
Philoscope III Lime None 60 1
Philoscope III Pink None 70 1
Polaris Saffron Sweeper 100 1
Polaris FG None 100 1
Polaris Remixed Lime None 70 1
Psyonix II None None 30 1
Q-Runner Black Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Cobalt Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Grey Sweeper 30 1
Q-Runner Crimson None 60 1
Q-Runner FG None 30 1
Q-Runner Lime None 30 1
Q-Runner Orange None 30 1
Q-Runner Pink None 30 1
Q-Runner Purple None 40 1
Q-Runner Sky-blue None 60 1
Q-Runner Titanium White None 30 1
Reticle Black None 60 1
Shima Crimson None 40 1
Shima Lime None 60 1
Shima Sky-blue None 60 1
Shima Inf. Grey None 50 1
Shima Inf. Orange None 100 1
Shima Inf. Saffron None 100 1
Shortwire Pink Acrobat 60 1
Shortwire Crimson Sweeper 30 1
Shortwire Grey Victor 40 1
Shortwire Purple Victor 30 1
Shortwire Black None 50 1
Shortwire BS None 30 1
Shortwire Cobalt None 30 1
Shortwire FG None 30 1
Shortwire Lime None 30 1
Shortwire Orange None 30 1
Shortwire Saffron None 30 1
Shortwire Sky-blue None 30 1
Shortwire Titanium White None 30 1
Startis Grey Guardian 30 1
Startis FG None 30 1
Startis Saffron None 30 1
Sunrise 1986 Dark None 40 1
Timbertyre None None 30 1
Ton-Eighty None None 30 2
TRI-2050 Orange Juggler 60 1
TRI-2050 Saffron Playmaker 60 1
TRI-2050 Lime Sweeper 60 1
TRI-2050 BS None 60 1
TRI-2050 FG None 60 1
TRI-2050 Pink None 60 1
Tube Tank Purple Victor 50 1
Tube Tank Black None 70 1
Tube Tank BS None 30 1
Tube Tank Saffron None 50 1
Tube Tank Sky-blue None 50 1
Tungsten Black Show-Off 80 1
Tungsten Cobalt None 30 1
Tungsten Crimson None 70 1
Tungsten FG None 70 1
Ulterior Black None 100 1
Ulterior Cobalt None 60 1
Ulterior Titanium White None 100 1
Ved-ava II Grey None 70 1
Visionary Black None 250 1
Visionary FG None 70 1
Yankii RL Saffron Show-Off 60 1
Yankii RL Black None 60 1
Yankii RL Crimson None 90 1
Yankii RL Lime None 60 1
Yankii RL Sky-blue None 70 1
Yankii RL Inf. BS None 60 1
Yankii RL Inf. FG None 20 1
Yankii RL Inf. Purple None 60 1
Yin-Yang None None 30 2
Z-RO Grey Tactician 40 1
Z-RO Black None 60 1
Z-RO Crimson None 30 1
Z-RO FG None 60 1
Z-RO Pink None 30 1
Z-RO Purple None 30 1
Z-RO Saffron None 30 1
Z-RO Sky-blue None 60 1
Z-RO Titanium White None 60 1
(VR Rocket Boost)
Xenosplash None Turtle 40
(Import Boost)
Comet None None 100 1
Enchanter Orange None 100 1
Magic Missle None Paragon 100 1
Magic Missle Cobalt None 100 1
Standard Sky-blue None 400 1
(Ltd. Boost)
Autumn None None 60 1
Cupid None None 30 2
Ectoplasm None None 130 1
Fiber Optic II Crimson None 160 1
Glimerslag II Cobalt Acrobat 40 1
Glimerslag II BS Guardian 60 1
Glimerslag II Crimson Guardian 40 1
Glimerslag II FG Striker 40 1
Glimerslag II Black Sweeper 140 1
Glimerslag II Titanium White Tactician 70 1
Glimerslag II Orange Turtle 40 1
Glimerslag II Grey None 40 1
Glimerslag II Lime None 40 1
Glimerslag II Pink None 40 1
Glimerslag II Purple None 40 1
Glimerslag II Saffron None 40 1
Glimerslag II Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Orange Aviator 40 1
Holodata Crimson Tactician 40 1
Holodata BS None 80 1
Holodata Cobalt None 40 1
Holodata Grey None 90 1
Holodata Lime None 40 1
Holodata Purple None 80 1
Holodata Saffron None 40 1
Holodata Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Titanium White None 60 1
Partyhorn None None 10 1
Rad Rock Grey Aviator 130 1
Rad Rock Crimson Striker 40 1
Rad Rock Black None 40 1
Rad Rock BS None 40 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock FG None 30 1
Rad Rock Lime None 30 1
Rad Rock Orange None 30 1
Rad Rock Pink None 30 1
Rad Rock Purple None 70 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky-blue None 40 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Radiant Gush Purple Aviator 60 1
Radiant Gush Cobalt Goalkeeper 70 1
Radiant Gush FG Show-off 40 1
Radiant Gush Black None 60 1
Radiant Gush BS None 50 1
Radiant Gush Lime None 80 1
Radiant Gush Titanium White None 80 1
Red Envelopes None None 60 1
Shining Barrage Titanium White Acrobat 60 1
Shining Barrage FG Aviator 60 1
Shining Barrage BS Goalkeeper 30 1
Shining Barrage Orange Show-off 80 1
Shining Barrage Black None 30 1
Shining Barrage Cobalt None 100 1
Shining Barrage Crimson None 60 1
Shining Barrage Grey None 40 1
Shining Barrage Lime None 60 1
Shining Barrage Purple None 30 1
Shining Barrage Saffron None 80 1
Shining Barrage Sky-blue None 60 1
Slash Beam III Cobalt None 80 1
Slash Beam III Crimson None 170 1
Stranger Things None None 220 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Lime None 80 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Saffron None 80 1
Vaporwave Remix None None 30 2
Voltron None None 90 1
Watermelon None None 80 2
Xmas Lights None None 80 1
(Ltd. Toppers)
Alpinist None None 10 2
Battle Axe None None 10 1
Camp Know Where None None 10 1
Checkmate None None 10 2
Crabby None None 10 3
Flat Cap None None 30 3
Flower-Lotus None None 10 2
Gingerbread House None None 10 1
Hammerhead None None 20 2
Happy New Year None None 10 1
Hoverboard None None 10 1
Kitten Cup None None 10 3
Lantern Fest None None 10 1
Leaf Litter None None 10 1
Macho Man None None 10 1
Marty Jr. None None 60 1
Miyagi-Do None None 10 1
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
Pastel Eggs None None 10 1
Periscope None None 10 1
Richie Rat None None 10 2
S'more None None 10 2
Sad Sapling None None 30 1
Santa None None 60 1
Shamrock None None 10 2
Sloth's Hat None None 10 1
Snare Drum None None 10 1
Starfish None None 10 2
Sure Shot None None 10 2
Tea Kettle None None 10 2
Tea Time None None 40 2
Tranquil Tangerine None None 10 3
Turtle Shell None None 10 1
Voltron None None 10 1
(Ltd. Antennas)
Argyled Egg None None 10 1
Bell None None 10 2
Big Checker None None 10 2
Celebration Kite None None 10 1
Floppy None None 10 2
Floppy Disk None None 10 2
Fortune Fan None None 10 1
Naginata None None 30 2
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
(Ltd. Goal Explosions)
Floppy Fish Lime None 50 1
Floppy Fish Sky Blue None 70 1
Force Razor II Lime None 100 1
HoloData Pink Playmaker 60 1
HoloData Crimson Scorer 150 1
HoloData Black Show-Off 40 1
HoloData Cobalt Tactician 30 1
HoloData Burnt Sienna None 30 1
HoloData Forest Green None 30 1
HoloData Grey None 60 1
HoloData Lime None 60 1
HoloData Orange None 30 1
HoloData Purple None 30 1
HoloData Saffron None 60 1
HoloData Sky Blue None 60 1
HoloData Titanium White None 60 1
Kablooey Titanium White Sweeper 80 !
Kablooey Cobalt None 80 1
Kablooey Lime None 40 1
Kablooey Purple None 60 1
Meta-Blast Burnt Sienna None 60 1
Meta-Blast Lime None 60 1
Meta-Blast Pink None 60 1
Overgrowth Crimson Acrobat 60 1
Overgrowth Lime Acrobat 40 1
Overgrowth Grey Juggler 60 1
Overgrowth Pink Scorer 70 1
Overgrowth Burnt Sienna None 60 2
Overgrowth Cobalt None 60 1
Overgrowth Forest Green None 40 1
Overgrowth Orange None 50 1
Overgrowth Purple None 40 1
Overgrowth Saffron None 40 1
Overgrowth Sky Blue None 60 1
Rad Rock Black Acrobat 30 1
Rad Rock Lime Acrobat 30 1
Rad Rock Burnt Sienna None 30 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock Crimson None 60 1
Rad Rock Forest Green None 30 1
Rad Rock Grey None 30 1
Rad Rock Pink None 30 1
Rad Rock Purple None 30 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky Blue None 30 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Supernova I None None 130 1
Wall Breaker II Burnt Sienna None 70 1
Wall Breaker II Sky Blue None 80 1
(VR Trails)
Zigzag None None 40 1
Lightning None None 70 1
Discotheque None Scorer 40 1
(Ltd. Trails)
Hack Swerve III FG Goalkeeper 70 1
Hack Swerve III Black None 200 1
Hack Swerve III Cobalt None 70 1
Hack Swerve III Titanium White None 200 1
Hex Fade None None 30 2
HoloData Cobalt Tactician 40 1
HoloData Pink Tactician 40 1
HoloData Black Victor 40 1
HoloData BS None 30 1
HoloData Crimson None 30 1
HoloData FG None 30 1
HoloData Grey None 30 1
HoloData Lime None 30 1
HoloData Orange None 30 1
HoloData Purple None 40 1
HoloData Saffron None 30 1
HoloData Sky-blue None 30 1
HoloData Titanium White None 30 1
Laserwave III None Goalkeeper 130 1
Rad Rock Grey Juggler 60 1
Rad Rock Burnt Sienna Paragon 30 1
Rad Rock Orange Show-off 60 1
Rad Rock Black Sweeper 60 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock Crimson None 30 1
Rad Rock Forest Green None 30 1
Rad Rock Lime None 40 1
Rad Rock Pink None 60 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky-blue None 30 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Ruckus None None 40 2
Xmas Lights Trail None None 30 2
(Rare Banners)
Lucky Stars None None 10 1
(VR Banners)
Bob's Ramen Orange None 80 1
Lift-Off None None 40 1
Lift-Off Titanium White None 160 1
Migraine None None 40 1
(Ltd Banners)
Aloha None None 20 1
Avant-Garde None None 20 2
BKR None None 20 1
Blueprint II None None 30 1
Checkered Flag None None 20 2
Goodbye Nian None None 20 2
Hibiscus None None 30 2
Hornet None None 20 2
Hypnoteks None None 20 2
Kaze None None 30 2
Knight Rider None None 30 1
Metropolis None None 20 2
Picnic None None 80 2
RNSM None None 20 2
Scoops Ahoy None None 20 2
Sticker Shock None None 20 2
Tranquility None None 30 2
Valorous None None 30 2
Vaporwave None None 80 1
Venom Ride None None 20 2
Xmas Lights Banner None None 80 1
(Ltd Borders)
Firemain None None 80 1
Happy Holidays None None 130 1
Jolted None None 20 2
Paladin None None 150 2
Scoops Ahoy None None 80 1
SDTV None None 80 1
Snowman None None 80 2
Spring Pagoda None None 60 2
Tranquility None None 20 2
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2020.09.12 16:58 Bonjourc Investir hors CAC40/Nasdaq

Bonjour,
Je cherche un broker qui permet d'investir sur différentes places financières :
Inde - Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) (Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd, isin INE 089A01023)
Chine - SHANGHAI COMPOSITE - (Beijing Wantai Biological Pharmacy, isin CNE100004090)
Londres - London Stock Exchange (CD PROJEKT RED, isin 0LX1 - PLOPTTC00011 / Londres, même si Projekt Red est bien pricé sur London Stock, je ne suis pas sur que l'on puisse passer d'ordre, donc j'aurais bien voulu un broker qui donne accès à la bourse qui héberge Projekt Red)
Aucun de ces stock n'est disponible sur Etoro, bourseDirect, Revolut.
J'ai bien CD PROJEKT RED sur bourse direct, mais 'Passage d'ordre indisponible.'
Le broker doit avoir une API (si possible officiel).
Dernière question, Connaissez vous un pricer (surtout l'accès à l'historique des données) pas trop cher, qui aurait les données de toutes les places boursière que je viens d'énumérer ? J'aurais voulu faire des back test, et possiblement, avoir un pricer indépendant de mon broker. (pour moi, Le pricer est un acteur qui donne les données de marchés présentes et passées, mais si je me trompe, je veux avoir accès aux market data).
Je suis un archi débutant, et le bonhomme de Bourse Direct n'a pas pu me répondre pour Projekt Red. -D'une manière général, comment fait-on pour avoir accès aux marchés exotiques.
Merci à tous.
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2020.09.08 22:08 Lil_Killaz [Xbox] [H] My fully complete inventory for sale (it's long, but there's something for everyone!) [W] You to buy something! :D


Item Color Cert Price Qty.
(Ltd. Bodies)
Chikara GXT Purple Show-off 50 1
Chikara GXT FG None 50 1
Mudcat GXT Pink None 50 1
Ronin GXT Sky-blue None 40 1
Ronin GXT Pink None 40 1
Ronin GXT Lime None 40 1
Ronin GXT Grey None 40 1
Ronin GXT FG None 40 1
Ronin GXT Crimson None 40 3
Ronin GXT Cobalt None 40 2
Ronin GXT Orange Goalkeeper 50 1
Ronin GXT TW Juggler 70 1
Ronin GXT Purple Paragon 50 1
Ronin GXT BS Sniper 15 1
Ronin GXT Purple None 40 1
(Bodies)
Octane Orange None NFS 1
Octane Cobalt None NFS 1
Cyclone TW Paragon 360 1
Nimbus None Striker 300 1
Fennec None None 600 1
(Rare Decals)
Breakout Type S: Mobo Purple Goalkeeper 10 1
Breakout: Falchion None None 30 1
Breakout: Turbo None None 30 1
Centio V17: Gigapede None Goalkeeper 20 1
Centio V17: Splashback Orange Goalkeeper 30 1
Dominus GT: Splatter None Show-off 30 1
Dominus GT: NNTR None None 30 1
Dominus: Pollo Caliente None None 30 1
Dominus: Suji Saffron Scorer 150 1
Endo: Mummified None Goalkeeper 20 1
Imperator DT5: Mosher Grey Guardian 30 1
Imperator DT5: Mosher Crimson None 30 1
Imperator DT5: Windswept Grey None 40 1
Jager 619 RS: Mister Monsoon Crimson Acrobat 40 1
Jager 619 RS: Starlighter Purple Sniper 60 1
Jager 619 RS: XVI None None 20 1
Jager 619 RS: XVI Pink Playmaker 30 1
Mantis: Critters Cobalt Goalkeeper 20 1
Masamune: Oni None Paragon 20 1
Octane ZSR: Funny Book Orange None 30 1
Octane ZSR: Mechaceph None None 40 1
Octane: Dragon Lord Cobalt Playmaker 140 1
Octane: Lone Wolf None Paragon 80 1
Octane: Lone Wolf None Playmaker 80 1
Octane: Slimline Forest Green None 80 1
Road Hog: Sundae Black None 100 1
Road Hog: Wildfire None Striker 50 1
Twinzer: Muddy Cobalt Aviator 40 1
Venom: Nine Lives None None 20 1
(VR Decals)
Octane: Snakeskin None Aviator 80 1
Breakout: Vector None None 30 1
Dominus: Snakeskin None Aviator 40 1
Endo: MG-88 None Striker 30 1
Mantis: Snakeskin None None 40 1
Road Hog: Snakeskin None None 30 1
(Ltd. Decals)
Dominus: Stratum Badge None None 120 2
Dominus: Stratum Badge Crimson None 450 1
Octane: Jacktide None None 30 1
Octane: Killer Griller None None 30 2
Octane: Metarudia Cobalt Sniper 60 1
Octane: Metarudia Black Victor 90 1
Octane: Quetzalcoatl None None 90 1
Octane: Sleet Creeps None None 60 2
Octane: Ultimate Warrior None None 30 1
Octane: Voltron None None 30 1
Dominus: Arboreal Nightmare None None 60 1
Dominus: Yaojing None Nonr 20 2
Dominus: Candy Monster None None 30 1
Dominus: Funky Medusa None None 30 2
Dominus: Whitewash None None 30 1
Breakout Type-S: Zero-Sum None None 10 2
Breakout: Easter Bunny None None 30 2
Breakout: Lycan None None 20 2
Breakout: Mammoth None None 10 2
Breakout: Snow Devil None None 50 1
Breakout: TV Time None None 20 1
Breakout: Watermelon None None 40 2
Compound C Black None 60 1
Compound C Grey Goalkeeper 30 1
Compound C FG None 30 1
Compound C Lime None 30 1
Compound C Orange None 30 1
Compound C Pink None 30 1
Compound C Purple None 60 1
Compound C Sky-blue None 30 2
Compound C Crimson Goalkeeper 30 1
Compound C BS Aviator 30 1
Compound C TW None 60 1
Compound C Cobalt None 60 1
Dune-Sweeper FG Tactician 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Purple Tactician 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Black None 40 2
Dune-Sweeper Cobalt None 30 2
Dune-Sweeper Crimson None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper FG None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Lime None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Orange None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Pink None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Saffron None 30 1
Dune-Sweeper Sky-blue None 30 2
Dune-Sweeper TW None 70 1
Gift Storm None None 60 1
Gizmo: Hive Mind None None 10 2
Leafstream None None 60 2
Luster Edge BS Turtle 70 1
Luster Edge Orange None 70 1
Luster Edge Pink None 70 1
Luster Edge Sky-blue Guardian 70 1
Luster Edge Grey None 70 1
Luster Edge Saffron None 70 1
Luster Edge FG None 70 1
Mainliner Sky-blue Juggler 70 1
Mainliner Saffron None 70 1
Mainliner Lime None 70 1
Mainliner FG None 70 1
Percussion FG Aviator 50 1
Percussion FG None 50 1
Percussion TW Tactician 130 1
Percussion Black None 100 1
Shield Glitch Lime Striker 200 1
Shield Glitch Purple Striker 160 1
Shield Glitch Lime None 160 1
Shield Glitch Saffron None 120 1
Shield Glitch Sky-blue None 150 1
Shield Glitch Pink Acrobat 130 1
Tigress Lime Sweeper 20 1
Tigress Saffron Victor 60 1
Tigress Black None 60 1
Tigress BS None 70 1
Tigress Cobalt None 30 1
Tigress Crimson None 60 1
Tigress FG None 30 1
Tigress Orange None 30 1
Tigress Purple None 40 1
Tigress Sky-blue None 60 1
Tigress TW None 60 1
Tigress Grey Scorer 150 1
Tigress Pink Aviator 40 1
Twinzer: Quick Fix II None None 20 2
X-Devil: Disco Monster None None 10 1
(Paint Finish)
Moon Rock None None 100 1
(VR Wheels)
Chakram None Scorer 80 1
Chakram Lime Turtle 90 1
Fireplug None Juggler 40 1
Gaiden None None 30 1
Gaiden Lime None 80 1
Reaper None None 70 1
Thread-X2 None Turtle 50 1
Yamane FG None 70 1
Yuzo None Turtle 70 1
(Exotic Wheels)
Centro None None 70 1
Centro FG None 250 1
Chrono None None 70 1
Dieci Orange None 130 1
Hikari P5 None None 70 1
REEVRB None None 70 1
Santa Fe None Tactician 80 1
(Ltd. Wheels)
Blade Wave Invt. Pink None 90 1
Celestial II Black None 150 1
Celestial II Titanium White None 250 1
Celestial II Sky-blue None 150 1
Celestial II Saffron None 60 1
Cephalo Black None 130 1
Cyberware Black Paragon 30 1
Cyberware Titanium White None 40 1
Cyberware Crimson Turtle 30 1
Cyberware FG None 30 1
Cyberware Lime None 30 1
Cyberware Orange None 30 1
Cyberware Pink None 30 1
Cyberware Purple None 30 1
Cyberware Sky-blue None 40 1
Dimonix Inv. FG None 70 1
Dimonix Lime None 40 1
Dimonix Purple Playmaker 80 1
Dimonix Pink None 70 1
Dimonix Saffron None 40 1
E.T. None None 70 1
FLT None None 20 1
Generator II Crimson None 60 1
Generator II Titanium White None 70 1
Generator II Orange None 30 1
Helicoprion Cobalt None 40 1
Helicoprion FG None 40 1
Helicoprion Lime None 40 1
Helicoprion Orange None 40 1
Helicoprion Sky-blue None 40 1
Holosphere Saffron None 60 1
Holosphere Grey None 60 1
Holosphere Pink None 40 1
Holosphere Sky-blue None 60 1
Irradiator Orange None 100 1
Jandertek Crimson Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Grey Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Saffron Goalkeeper 30 1
Jandertek BS Guardian 30 1
Jandertek Cobalt None 30 1
Jandertek FG None 30 1
Jandertek Orange None 30 1
Jandertek Pink None 30 1
Jandertek Purple None 30 1
Jandertek Titanium White None 60 1
Jandertek Holo. Black None 60 1
Jandertek Holo. Lime Show-Off 60 1
Low-Poly None None 30 1
Low-Poly TE None None 20 1
Mainstreet None None 20 1
Metalwork Lime Aviator 60 1
Metalwork Grey Striker 100 1
Mistletoe None None 70 1
Morrowhatch Lime Sniper 50 1
Morrowhatch Black None 40 1
Morrowhatch BS None 30 1
Morrowhatch Crimson None 80 1
Morrowhatch FG None 50 1
Morrowhatch Grey None 50 1
Morrowhatch Orange None 50 1
Morrowhatch Saffron None 50 1
Morrowhatch Sky-blue None 50 1
Petacio None None 120 1
Philoscope III Orange Aviator 50 1
Philoscope III Lime None 60 1
Philoscope III Pink None 70 1
Polaris Saffron Sweeper 100 1
Polaris FG None 100 1
Polaris Remixed Lime None 70 1
Psyonix II None None 30 1
Q-Runner Black Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Cobalt Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Grey Sweeper 30 1
Q-Runner Crimson None 60 1
Q-Runner FG None 30 1
Q-Runner Lime None 30 1
Q-Runner Orange None 30 1
Q-Runner Pink None 30 1
Q-Runner Purple None 40 1
Q-Runner Sky-blue None 60 1
Q-Runner Titanium White None 30 1
Reticle Black None 60 1
Shima Crimson None 40 1
Shima Lime None 60 1
Shima Sky-blue None 60 1
Shima Inf. Grey None 50 1
Shima Inf. Orange None 100 1
Shima Inf. Saffron None 100 1
Shortwire Pink Acrobat 60 1
Shortwire Crimson Sweeper 30 1
Shortwire Grey Victor 40 1
Shortwire Purple Victor 30 1
Shortwire Black None 50 1
Shortwire BS None 30 1
Shortwire Cobalt None 30 1
Shortwire FG None 30 1
Shortwire Lime None 30 1
Shortwire Orange None 30 1
Shortwire Saffron None 30 1
Shortwire Sky-blue None 30 1
Shortwire Titanium White None 30 1
Startis Grey Guardian 30 1
Startis FG None 30 1
Startis Saffron None 30 1
Sunrise 1986 Dark None 40 1
Timbertyre None None 30 1
Ton-Eighty None None 30 2
TRI-2050 Orange Juggler 60 1
TRI-2050 Saffron Playmaker 60 1
TRI-2050 Lime Sweeper 60 1
TRI-2050 BS None 60 1
TRI-2050 FG None 60 1
TRI-2050 Pink None 60 1
Tube Tank Purple Victor 50 1
Tube Tank Black None 70 1
Tube Tank BS None 30 1
Tube Tank Saffron None 50 1
Tube Tank Sky-blue None 50 1
Tungsten Black Show-Off 80 1
Tungsten Cobalt None 30 1
Tungsten Crimson None 70 1
Tungsten FG None 70 1
Ulterior Black None 100 1
Ulterior Cobalt None 60 1
Ulterior Titanium White None 100 1
Ved-ava II Grey None 70 1
Visionary Black None 250 1
Visionary FG None 70 1
Yankii RL Saffron Show-Off 60 1
Yankii RL Black None 60 1
Yankii RL Crimson None 90 1
Yankii RL Lime None 60 1
Yankii RL Sky-blue None 70 1
Yankii RL Inf. BS None 60 1
Yankii RL Inf. FG None 20 1
Yankii RL Inf. Purple None 60 1
Yin-Yang None None 30 2
Z-RO Grey Tactician 40 1
Z-RO Black None 60 1
Z-RO Crimson None 30 1
Z-RO FG None 60 1
Z-RO Pink None 30 1
Z-RO Purple None 30 1
Z-RO Saffron None 30 1
Z-RO Sky-blue None 60 1
Z-RO Titanium White None 60 1
(VR Rocket Boost)
Xenosplash None Turtle 40
(Import Boost)
Comet None None 100 1
Enchanter Orange None 100 1
Magic Missle None Paragon 100 1
Magic Missle Cobalt None 100 1
Standard Sky-blue None 400 1
(Ltd. Boost)
Autumn None None 60 1
Cupid None None 30 2
Ectoplasm None None 130 1
Fiber Optic II Crimson None 160 1
Glimerslag II Cobalt Acrobat 40 1
Glimerslag II BS Guardian 60 1
Glimerslag II Crimson Guardian 40 1
Glimerslag II FG Striker 40 1
Glimerslag II Black Sweeper 140 1
Glimerslag II Titanium White Tactician 70 1
Glimerslag II Orange Turtle 40 1
Glimerslag II Grey None 40 1
Glimerslag II Lime None 40 1
Glimerslag II Pink None 40 1
Glimerslag II Purple None 40 1
Glimerslag II Saffron None 40 1
Glimerslag II Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Orange Aviator 40 1
Holodata Crimson Tactician 40 1
Holodata BS None 80 1
Holodata Cobalt None 40 1
Holodata Grey None 90 1
Holodata Lime None 40 1
Holodata Purple None 80 1
Holodata Saffron None 40 1
Holodata Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Titanium White None 60 1
Partyhorn None None 10 1
Rad Rock Grey Aviator 130 1
Rad Rock Crimson Striker 40 1
Rad Rock Black None 40 1
Rad Rock BS None 40 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock FG None 30 1
Rad Rock Lime None 30 1
Rad Rock Orange None 30 1
Rad Rock Pink None 30 1
Rad Rock Purple None 70 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky-blue None 40 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Radiant Gush Purple Aviator 60 1
Radiant Gush Cobalt Goalkeeper 70 1
Radiant Gush FG Show-off 40 1
Radiant Gush Black None 60 1
Radiant Gush BS None 50 1
Radiant Gush Lime None 80 1
Radiant Gush Titanium White None 80 1
Red Envelopes None None 60 1
Shining Barrage Titanium White Acrobat 60 1
Shining Barrage FG Aviator 60 1
Shining Barrage BS Goalkeeper 30 1
Shining Barrage Orange Show-off 80 1
Shining Barrage Black None 30 1
Shining Barrage Cobalt None 100 1
Shining Barrage Crimson None 60 1
Shining Barrage Grey None 40 1
Shining Barrage Lime None 60 1
Shining Barrage Purple None 30 1
Shining Barrage Saffron None 80 1
Shining Barrage Sky-blue None 60 1
Slash Beam III Cobalt None 80 1
Slash Beam III Crimson None 170 1
Stranger Things None None 220 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Lime None 80 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Saffron None 80 1
Vaporwave Remix None None 30 2
Voltron None None 90 1
Watermelon None None 80 2
Xmas Lights None None 80 1
(Ltd. Toppers)
Alpinist None None 10 2
Battle Axe None None 10 1
Camp Know Where None None 10 1
Checkmate None None 10 2
Crabby None None 10 3
Flat Cap None None 30 3
Flower-Lotus None None 10 2
Gingerbread House None None 10 1
Hammerhead None None 20 2
Happy New Year None None 10 1
Hoverboard None None 10 1
Kitten Cup None None 10 3
Lantern Fest None None 10 1
Leaf Litter None None 10 1
Macho Man None None 10 1
Marty Jr. None None 60 1
Miyagi-Do None None 10 1
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
Pastel Eggs None None 10 1
Periscope None None 10 1
Richie Rat None None 10 2
S'more None None 10 2
Sad Sapling None None 30 1
Santa None None 60 1
Shamrock None None 10 2
Sloth's Hat None None 10 1
Snare Drum None None 10 1
Starfish None None 10 2
Sure Shot None None 10 2
Tea Kettle None None 10 2
Tea Time None None 40 2
Tranquil Tangerine None None 10 3
Turtle Shell None None 10 1
Voltron None None 10 1
(Ltd. Antennas)
Argyled Egg None None 10 1
Bell None None 10 2
Big Checker None None 10 2
Celebration Kite None None 10 1
Floppy None None 10 2
Floppy Disk None None 10 2
Fortune Fan None None 10 1
Naginata None None 30 2
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
(Ltd. Goal Explosions)
Floppy Fish Lime None 50 1
Floppy Fish Sky Blue None 70 1
Force Razor II Lime None 100 1
HoloData Pink Playmaker 60 1
HoloData Crimson Scorer 150 1
HoloData Black Show-Off 40 1
HoloData Cobalt Tactician 30 1
HoloData Burnt Sienna None 30 1
HoloData Forest Green None 30 1
HoloData Grey None 60 1
HoloData Lime None 60 1
HoloData Orange None 30 1
HoloData Purple None 30 1
HoloData Saffron None 60 1
HoloData Sky Blue None 60 1
HoloData Titanium White None 60 1
Kablooey Titanium White Sweeper 80 !
Kablooey Cobalt None 80 1
Kablooey Lime None 40 1
Kablooey Purple None 60 1
Meta-Blast Burnt Sienna None 60 1
Meta-Blast Lime None 60 1
Meta-Blast Pink None 60 1
Overgrowth Crimson Acrobat 60 1
Overgrowth Lime Acrobat 40 1
Overgrowth Grey Juggler 60 1
Overgrowth Pink Scorer 70 1
Overgrowth Burnt Sienna None 60 2
Overgrowth Cobalt None 60 1
Overgrowth Forest Green None 40 1
Overgrowth Orange None 50 1
Overgrowth Purple None 40 1
Overgrowth Saffron None 40 1
Overgrowth Sky Blue None 60 1
Rad Rock Black Acrobat 30 1
Rad Rock Lime Acrobat 30 1
Rad Rock Burnt Sienna None 30 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock Crimson None 60 1
Rad Rock Forest Green None 30 1
Rad Rock Grey None 30 1
Rad Rock Pink None 30 1
Rad Rock Purple None 30 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky Blue None 30 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Supernova I None None 130 1
Wall Breaker II Burnt Sienna None 70 1
Wall Breaker II Sky Blue None 80 1
(VR Trails)
Zigzag None None 40 1
Lightning None None 70 1
Discotheque None Scorer 40 1
(Ltd. Trails)
Hack Swerve III FG Goalkeeper 70 1
Hack Swerve III Black None 200 1
Hack Swerve III Cobalt None 70 1
Hack Swerve III Titanium White None 200 1
Hex Fade None None 30 2
HoloData Cobalt Tactician 40 1
HoloData Pink Tactician 40 1
HoloData Black Victor 40 1
HoloData BS None 30 1
HoloData Crimson None 30 1
HoloData FG None 30 1
HoloData Grey None 30 1
HoloData Lime None 30 1
HoloData Orange None 30 1
HoloData Purple None 40 1
HoloData Saffron None 30 1
HoloData Sky-blue None 30 1
HoloData Titanium White None 30 1
Laserwave III None Goalkeeper 130 1
Rad Rock Grey Juggler 60 1
Rad Rock Burnt Sienna Paragon 30 1
Rad Rock Orange Show-off 60 1
Rad Rock Black Sweeper 60 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock Crimson None 30 1
Rad Rock Forest Green None 30 1
Rad Rock Lime None 40 1
Rad Rock Pink None 60 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky-blue None 30 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Ruckus None None 40 2
Xmas Lights Trail None None 30 2
(Rare Banners)
Lucky Stars None None 10 1
(VR Banners)
Bob's Ramen Orange None 80 1
Lift-Off None None 40 1
Lift-Off Titanium White None 160 1
Migraine None None 40 1
(Ltd Banners)
Aloha None None 20 1
Avant-Garde None None 20 2
BKR None None 20 1
Blueprint II None None 30 1
Checkered Flag None None 20 2
Goodbye Nian None None 20 2
Hibiscus None None 30 2
Hornet None None 20 2
Hypnoteks None None 20 2
Kaze None None 30 2
Knight Rider None None 30 1
Metropolis None None 20 2
Picnic None None 80 2
RNSM None None 20 2
Scoops Ahoy None None 20 2
Sticker Shock None None 20 2
Tranquility None None 30 2
Valorous None None 30 2
Vaporwave None None 80 1
Venom Ride None None 20 2
Xmas Lights Banner None None 80 1
(Ltd Borders)
Firemain None None 80 1
Happy Holidays None None 130 1
Jolted None None 20 2
Paladin None None 150 2
Scoops Ahoy None None 80 1
SDTV None None 80 1
Snowman None None 80 2
Spring Pagoda None None 60 2
Tranquility None None 20 2
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2020.09.03 18:43 ChristianWallis How to program an organic computer.

“What is that!?” I hissed.
“It’s a cat.”
“Gary, have you ever seen a cat!?”
“I asked it to make a cat!”
Gary was a clever guy in some respects, but he struggled with the finer points in life. If you told him to make a battleship out of French fries he’d work out how to do it, but it’d never occur to him to wonder why you probably shouldn’t. Whatever lay on the floor, crying and retching beneath the veiny membrane of an amniotic sac, was most evidently not a cat.
“What cards did you enter?” I grumbled, snatching the several hole-punched sheets of metal that quivered in the flesh of The Computer. We were standing in the basement of… let’s just call it an undisclosed location. But if you imagine a large empty room filled with a near infinite collection of filing cabinets then you’re on the right track. Most of them contain relatively basic instructions like height _ft _inches, weight _kg, material: wood, material: metal, material: bone etc. etc.. Others might be premade programs for something like tree, or US Currency, but whoever or however they came into being is a secret long out of my reach and they’re all uselessly outdated. There’s one for entering certain dates for lottery numbers and it’s just about the only one I ever found of use. Well, saying that, there are a few others.
Either way, I could see what Gary had been trying to do, bless him.
Material: flesh
Mammalian
Four legs
Apex predator
“Ah fuck Gary,” I said. “Why did you have to add the last one?” Whatever was on the floor was now three feet in length and still growing. “Don’t you remember what happened with the maternity ward!?”
“I wanted a cat,” he began to argue, but I cut him off with a gesture of my hand.
“I know, next time just feed it a real life example. It’s always easier than mucking around with home-made definitions.”
“I don’t have a real life example,” he said, looking sadly at his feet. “That’s why I wanted one.”
“Get me a gun,” I grumbled. “Then we’ll go get a real cat, the easy way. Okay?”
His eyes lit up.
“You mean?”
“Yeah yeah we’ll just go pick one up,” I said, trying and failing to hold back a smile. “Just go get a damn gun. I don’t like the way that thing is starting to look at me. As soon as it grows a respiratory system and can disconnect from The Computer, all bets are off. Go on now!” I cried. “Go get the shotgun and hurry back.”
Gary was practically giggling to himself while he ran into the back room. When he returned we put the thing on the floor out of its misery, hosed the concrete down, incinerated the remains, and then hopped into the car to drive into town.
-
“How’s the workshop?” I asked.
“Some of the tinklers broke down,” Gary said with a frown. “But I made a few more.”
I looked at the row of fifty machines working tirelessly at their stations. Wilbur Data Entry Ltd. was always the workhorse of my finances and I made sure Gary understood that it was a priority. Each tinkler was a small box, no larger than a computer, which possessed a few sticky tendrils to work a keyboard and mouse, and an enormous eye the size of a basketball so that it could stare at the screen and do its job. When programming an organic computer the key is to ask the right questions and in this case I’d asked it for something that could transcribe written and spoken words into an excel file. Stupidly simple—and a lot less revolutionary nowadays than when I first whipped them up in the 80s—but nonetheless a single tinkler was, for all intents and purposes, the equivalent to an office worker that didn’t need any sleep or food.
I mean, they did burn out. Some had a habit of trying to escape but they weren’t made by The Computer for mobility. After all, that wasn’t what I’d asked it for. All you had to do is pick them back up off the floor, clean up the blood-speckled tears that they left behind, and set them back to work. A good tinkler would last three or four weeks, but if made out of poor materials it’d only take a few days before its eye imploded in a haemorrhage and its internal organs leaked out of the socket. That would always upset Gary since he cares immensely for the gross little sweatboxes. In the early days he would often try to sneak one or two spares back to his shed to keep as pets, only to watch them die with heart-breaking innocence.
“Any progress with the latest program?” I asked.
“Still working on it,” he answered. “I dug up some of these,” he pulled a few cards out of his pockets and handed them to me. “They’re outdated models of atomic structure—very outdated—but it should be easy-peasy to make new ones based off these templates that reflect the newer theories.”
Gary’s workspace was a clutter of power tools, aluminium sheeting, endless blue-prints, and enough text books to sink a ship.
“I honestly don’t know how you do it,” I said. “Did you remember to feed the cat?”
“To what?” he replied, frowning like I’d just asked what colour the sound a harp makes.
“No you have to feed pets,” I said. “Remember? Every day? They need to eat.”
Gary re-ran the equation in his head for the thousandth time.
“Living things eat,” I said. “I bought you enough cat food to last a week?”
“Oh God!” he said. “Yes I remember. Well then the cat should be fine. I put the food down two days ago and if it’s enough to last a week then...”
I sighed, briefly stopping to pinch my nose.
“That’s… that’s not going to… You know what?” I said, clapping my hands together. “I’ll go check on the cat. I thought that maybe you could actually just this once do something—“ Gary looked at me with such self-loathing I stopped myself dead in my tracks. “Actually, everybody needs a bit of help now and again, don’t they? I’ll go check on the cat. You keep looking into that enzyme. Our lives will be much easier if we didn’t have to burn The Computer’s waste.”
Thankfully the cat was fine, but it had gorged itself and made a hell of a mess. I had a half a mind to go ask Gary to make something that eats cat shit but I remembered what happened the last time I tried to spin up a port-a-potty business, and the look on that poor girl’s face as she got sucked whole through an opening no larger than my fist. I gave a shudder and decided there’d be no more waste-eaters. Instead I grabbed the mop and spent the next few hours working hard to get the small shed back to some kind of working order.
Outside the forest sang deep. Trees around here are dressed in all the finest lichens and moss, their green gossamer fur draped heavily over their branches while a perpetual mist keeps the horizon at bay. The forest looks like something out a gothic painting, and rarely if ever do the trees bear any leaves. In winter it is a frozen wasteland of half-dead skeletal oaks, and in summer it is a rotten fetid swamp where mosquitoes the size of dimes poke holes in your skin. Years before, decades rather, when I’d first stumbled across the old church I thought it was a neat find, nothing more. I visited it three, maybe four times, before I finally broke in and found The Computer. Something about the air in this place makes a little bit more sense once you know what it’s hiding.
And yet something felt different that day, somehow worse than usual. The cloying feeling of being watched lingered heavily as I trotted to and from the hose, emptying and refilling the bucket of messy soap water. I noticed something odd too when I left the door wide open between each visit. The kitten did not leave the shed, nor would it let you take it past the threshold. It hissed and scratched and bit until at last I’d let it go and watch it run terrified back under Gary’s bed. In the end I gave up and stood watching the treeline, listening to the odd bird crow blindly in the mists. As far as I could see nothing was out there, although I swore the trees seemed more active. Something was always rustling and swaying in the still humid air, and at times the world would fall so suddenly still the only sound left would be the pounding of my heart.
I decided to leave, going one last time to check on the cat. But it was nowhere to be found. I told myself it had run away but it didn’t sit right with me. I’d never gone further than a foot or two from the door. I wanted to stay and take a closer look, but the shed felt strangely threatening, like the eyes in the woods had followed me indoors.
I trekked carefully back to the church, waiting for something to jump out from behind every corner. Every sound from behind had me twisting my head over my shoulder to look and every time I’d see nothing but an empty path and the faint trace of movement coming to an end. Some branch would sway back into place, some bushel would come to a rest, a distant bird would land and groom its feathers.
“Gary,” I cried, strolling straight through the ground floor and down the stairs that led to the basement floor. “Gary have you run any new programs lately?”
I know a few things about the basement in that church. It is every bit as strange as the machine it houses, and I suspect both are bigger on the inside than out. I know that I have never gone further than the third floor and for good reason. My last excursion brought me face-to-face with the withered corpses of three young children, dressed as you might expect if they’d been around in the 20s. They were cradling each other, and I am quite certain they starved to death. And yet the stairs were no more than a few metres from where I had stood.
There is a temptation in this place, one that drives you to keep on digging in pursuit of new cards, new programs. I’ve read some of the journals stashed away beneath the pew upstairs and they’re like poorly written horror clichés. I mean, for the guy who tried cloning his dead kid I at least felt sorry. But the dumbass who asked for a new messiah? On the second floor there’s a greasy shadow in the shape of a man burned into one of the walls. It’s always wet, always dripping, and sometimes it almost appears to move. I am quite certain that’s what’s left of the guy who asked The Computer to print a new Jesus. I don’t know what happened to the guy who cloned his son, but I suspect he’s down in the lower floors either dead or… well, God I hope he’s dead. Unfortunately for them, none of those guys had Gary whose unique way of thinking lets him wander this place freely and with strange purpose. He never gets lost, and he always knows where to find what he’s looking for. He just needs to know exactly what it is he needs to find. I’d be screwed without his bizarrely unique insight into The Computer.
So why wasn’t Gary answering me?
“Gary?” I cried.
A few feet away, The Computer coughed and I eyed it suspiciously. Right now it was idle, humming quietly from within the oven that birthed it. I don’t know what it looks like, hiding in the dark, but enough of it pokes out of the iron maw that you can use the basic controls. Personally I don’t like handling its various… organs. It takes hours to wash the smell off. Gary doesn’t mind though, and depending on the time of year his fingertips and nails are often stained by The Computer’s fluids. The colour is blood red, and the effect is quite unsettling.
“What have you done?” I asked, knowing I wouldn’t get a reply. “Gary!” I screamed. “Gary!?”
I stopped to grab the gun before descending to another floor. I walked down every silent corridor of metal boxes, hoping to hell I’d find Gary hunched over an open drawer and too focused on the task-at-hand to listen to me. But each one was empty, and at times I swore I glimpsed movement in the corner of my eyes. It was like something lurked purposefully out of sight, slinking into cover every time I looked.
On the next floor down I found the cat and I knew something had gone wrong for real this time. The Computer had made us its fair share of hideous monsters, but something about this puzzle made me feel a new kind of uneasy. The cat was untouched and looked almost peaceful. But it was far too still to simply be sleeping, and when I picked it up its neck lolled about at an unnatural angle. Standing there and holding it, I heard a rising note of quiet whimpering. It was fragile, child-like, and I recognised it immediately.
Gary was sitting on the floor a few aisles over, sobbing into the shirt he’d pulled off his back and buried his face in.
“Hey buddy,” I said, reaching out to put a hand on his shoulder. “What’s going on?”
“I’m sorry,” he whined, refusing to look me in the eye.
“Gary,” I said. “I won’t be mad. Just tell me what happened?”
“I thought you wouldn’t notice.”
“Is this about the cat?” I asked.
“I didn’t mean to. I just… I just thought it could use a friend and I didn’t want to make another one and I got too excited and I didn’t want to wait and I found an old program on the fifth floor and—and—and—and—”
What was the program?” I asked.
“It was for a friend!” he cried out, almost shouting in desperation. I knelt down further and put my arm around him, pulling him closer to my chest and telling him it’d be okay. I was thinking our little problem over when something popped into my head.
“Gary,” I said. “All the cards below floor 3 aren’t in English. You said so, remember?”
“It means friend,” he said, pulling a small box cards from his trouser pocket. It fit snugly in my hand, able to hold around 35 cards that leant it a satisfying weight.
The box was labelled in an unrecognisable language; something that happens a lot if you go down too far. We’ve had luck translating some of them, but never anything like this.
“How did you know to find it?” I asked.
“It means friend!” he repeated.
“Who told you it means friend!?” I cried, feeling my temper fray.
“The Computer did,” he said before bursting into a trumpet flair of tears.
The Computer is never explicitly deceitful. But it does have a sense of humour that’s slightly adjacent to the human norm, and as of late it’s found our tampering particularly irritating. I knew damn well that the word friend was plenty ambiguous enough for it to work some cruel twist. Not to mention it begged the question, “friend to who?”
“How big is it?” I asked.
“It changes,” he cried.
“What does it look like?”
“Whatever it wants,” he sobbed.
That was a sobering thought. On a strange hunch I stood up and walked back over to the cat but, to my surprise, it hadn’t gone anywhere at all. The small body still lay there, a little token of sadness. From behind Gary approached, and I could feel him hovering over my shoulder.
“Must be a quick little fucker to beat me down here with the cat,” I said. “God it really must have snuck in, taken it, and fled down here without—”
Gary spoke and the words turned my skin to ice. To hear his voice dripping with such malice was… it was utterly alien.
“Whatever it wants,” he growled.
-
In one swift moment I fell, dropping to the floor just as something passed over my head. I didn’t see it, but the speed let me know it would have been a killing stroke. In hindsight, I think that as soon as I hit the floor I should have rolled over and fired. But God damn it that thing had spooked me so badly, it was like I could feel its presence as a kind of heat that burned through my clothes. My whole body rebelled at the threat of danger, and I hit the floor awkwardly on my hands and knees. I immediately kicked my feet and began to half-run half-crawl forward, letting inertia carry me until I was upright and able to sprint maniacally towards the only stairs. God I don’t know if I was actually going fast but to me it felt like warp speed. Every second I bought was like gold and the longer I ran, the longer I felt convinced this was going to work.
Just before the stairs I found myself jumping in time to miss a filing cabinet turn into something completely unrecognisable. It wore darkness like a fabric and I could barely even see its outline, but whatever shot out to snatch at my ankles looked like the gills of a mushroom. On the next floor the same thing happened again, and I became aware of a manic patter of feet that seemed to follow and flank me wherever I went. This thing wasn’t going to settle for anything less than a full ambush, which at least meant it wasn’t going to try and overpower me.
Things only came to a stand-still when I burst into the room of tinklers and found Gary lying face down in a pool of blood. Half the machines had burned out, blood and viscera leaking from their pupils. But a few worked tirelessly away at blank screens, crying sadly to themselves in mute torture. One of them had managed to fall close to Gary’s body, and I noticed it tugging sadly at his sleeve. This was a busy room, and I walked carefully down the row of pink machines—trying to pierce the ever-present hum of computer fans—when something strange caught my eye.
I’m not an arrogant man, but I was guilty of some pretty sharp thinking down in that room. There was a universal reaction in every tinkler, something borne out of experience and what I suspect is some primitive genetic memory that grows each time I feed The Computer the dead ones for recycling. Either way, every box in that room that was alive and typing flinched as I passed. It’s a subtle tell, but those big eyes know me, they know what I’m like, and every last one paused for just a fraction of a second as I went by.
Well, except for one.
I turned and fired, discharging both barrels in rapid succession. But God damn that thing was so fast that even in that split-second it had already begun to morph and leap. It was lightning quick, and clever too. And if it hadn’t been for a bit of luck and wit it’d have latched onto the back of my head with the force of bear trap. But it wasn’t able to survive two shotgun rounds. It blew apart in a withering hail fire of fleshy strips and fungal stems. I’d never seen a damn thing like it but what was left of its corpse was like some kind of weird muscular origami. I figure it had a strange way of unfolding itself so as to change size but for some reason, looking at it hurt my eyes.
But Gary hadn’t been as lucky as I had. When I rolled him over he was missing most of his face. He was a good guy, real clever and innocent. It pains me to admit this, but he was my closest friend. And I didn’t like seeing him hurt. The next hour or two was going to be tough, I knew that. And I barely took a breath before beginning the long job of dealing with this mess. It was quiet pulling him out of the back room. All the tinklers stopped what they were doing and for once I didn’t start kicking at them to go back to work. It was never nice when The Computer scored a victory.
“Eat it up,” I growled as I finally heaved Gary’s body into the open-mouthed oven. A few of The Computer’s eyes fixed on me, but otherwise it didn’t react. I guess it didn’t need to. I was hauling my best friend into its mouth, letting it gorge on his flesh and… well, I don’t even know what it does to the things we put in there.
Back upstairs in the church, I returned to my office and took a moment to steady my nerves. Right there and then I could have burned the whole damn building down, Computer and all. Gary had never deserved The Computer’s ire, or revenge. That should always have been me.
I finished a quick glass of whiskey and pulled a small panel away from the wall. It hid a safe, no larger than a hand-length each way. Thinking carefully, I recalled the code and opened it.
“There we go,” I said. “Time to start again.”
I removed a small box full of metal cards. I’ll never know exactly what they say or instruct The Computer to do. But the single word printed on its box made it clear enough that this, out of all the millions of programs and instructions stored away downstairs, was the most valuable by far. It simply read:
GARY
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2020.09.01 16:50 begemotik228 Flat in a build to rent won't allow ISP of choice and forming an LTD

Hi all,
I'm new to the UK and looking at renting a flat in a build-to-rent development in London, managed by a company, residents team on site.
Passed referencing, then when it came to signing the contract I noticed a few things that seem to be really annoying:
So I didn't sign the contract yet. I'm new to the UK so I don't really know how these things work here - are all these legally enforceable on their end? Are they a red flag and should I be looking for another flat? So far I'm really not pleased with their attitude of being indifferent to my concerns.
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2020.09.01 01:38 The_Human_Oddity Type 74 HSP, the Type 75's Little Brother

Type 74 HSP, the Type 75's Little Brother
Hello, since I'm bored I thought I'll do another "Gaijin Pls" post. This time I will focus on the Type 75's little, though more accurately older, brother, the Type 74:
A Type 74, unstated location or date, source: Sakura, Tank Research Room, Type 74 Self-Propelled 105 mm Howitzer
The Type 74 HSP (short name, 74HSP), not to be confused with the Type 74 TK, was developed alongside the Type 75 HSP when the requirements for two types of motorized artillery pieces: one a direct fire support vehicle equipped with a 105 mm gun and the other a general fire support vehicle equipped with a 155 mm gun. Prior to their development, Japan had no motorized artillery pieces in their inventory aside from two mortar carriers developed from the Type 60 armoured car, one equipped with an 81 mm mortar and the other with a 107 mm mortar.

Development History

The Type 74 began development in 1964 with an expected performance plan for a self-propelled 105 mm gun was drawn up. A year later a plan for a self-propelled 155 mm gun was also drawn up which would become the Type 75. It was held as an opinion that the M2A1 105 mm howitzer, while weaker than the 155 mm calibre, would be more useful as a direct fire support weapon due to the ease of logistics for the smaller calibre ammunition, the quicker firing rate of the gun, and the lower weight allowing for a quicker deployment time. At the same time, the 155 mm was still recognized as a superior weapon in hard-hitting firepower and is still the best calibre for general-purpose destruction. Due this the two plans required this:
  • A mobile self-propelled 105 mm gun for direct fire support which requires little to no set-up beforehand, has a high firing rate, and a small turret.
  • A self-propelled 155 mm gun for general fire support which can afford prior set-up and a slower firing rate.
While development of both the 155 mm and 105 mm gun underway, ten M44 self-propelled 155 mm howitzers and thirty M52A1 self-propelled 105 mm howitzers were purchased. By 1986 and 1984, respectively, they would all be retired and replaced by the Type 74 and Type 75 HSPs.
The SP 105 mm G expected performance plan finished development in 1966 and the required performance plan was developed from the following year in 1967 to 1968, headed by the Defense Agency Technical Research Division. In 1968 Japan Steel Works was then charged with and developed the prototype turrets. While not stated, it can be assumed that the 105 mm was developed around this time too. The following year, in 1969, production of full prototypes began. Two were completed by Komatsu Limited in the March of 1970 and began practical and technical testing until 1974 when it was officially adopted as the "Type 74 Self-Propelled 105 mm Howitzer".

Production

Production of the Type 74 HSP was limited and began in 1975 with five HSPs produced, and five more would be produced each year until production ended in 1978 with twenty cars completed.

Service

The idea of the Type 74 HSP was ultimately a failed one. With only twenty vehicles, compared to, ultimately, two-hundred-and-one Type 75 HSP, produced they were all sent to the 117th Mechanized Artillery Battalion apart of the 4th Mechanized Artillery Group based out of Kamifurano Garrison. They would serve alongside towed M1 155 mm howitzers until 1999 when they were progressively retired with the last one being retired in the March of 2000.
A large reason the Type 74 had such low production numbers is because designed the Type 75 too well. However, there were a list of reasons:
  • The 105 mm was lacking in comparison to the 155 mm. This was already realized during the designing process but the flexibility of the calibre in a direct fire support role was appreciated more.
  • The 155 mm calibre was more powerful and has shifted to be the lowest calibre of artillery in most nations.
  • The Type 75 HSP could do direct fire support fine, if not better than the Type 74 due to the more powerful gun.
  • The Type 74 itself was lacking in comparison to other SPGs at the time.
  • Maintaining logistics for two different calibre of guns is more expensive than just maintaining one.

Vehicle Design

The Type 74 shares components with several tanks at the time, for a summary:
  • Several components and the body shape of the Type 73 APC and the Komatsu prototype, SUB-II
  • Several components are interchangeable with the Type 75 HSP
  • Several components with the Type 75 MSSR which was also built off the Type 73 APC
  • The same engine series as the Type 74 TK
The layout of the vehicle is identical to the Type 75 HSP. The engine is in the front along with the driver who sits beside it. Due to this the fully-traversable turret hangs in the rear with the ammunition stowage inside of it and on the bottom of the hull.
The hull of the vehicle is vaguely based off of that of the SUB-II, Komatsu's prototypes for the Type 73 APC.
SUB-II-2 preserved at Kasumigaura Air Field
The driver is seated in the front and on the right side. To see, he has both a hatch of his own to look at of and three periscopes for when he's bunkered down. There are two control levers similar to the ones found on the Type 73 APC and the instruments panel is located to the right of the driver with a speedometer, a tachometer, oil temperature, and several other gauges and switches located there. Similar to the Type 75 MSSR, the driver's hatch is opened by rotating horizontally.
It's powered by a Mitsubishi 4ZF 2-stroke V-4 air-cooled diesel engine, the same one found on the Type 73 APC and apart of the same ZF series of engines also powering the Type 75 HSP (6ZF) and the Type 74 TK (10ZF). It provides 300 hp of power to the front drive wheels and 18.4 hp/t for a speed of 50 km/h. It has 410 liters of fuel with a range of 300 km, but with an 80 liter jerrycan that can be increased to 380 km. While it's a diesel engine, gasoline or jet fuel could be used as a substitute though with probable damage to the engine in doing so. The gearboxes and steering gears is the same as found in the Type 73 APC giving it a turning radius of just a bit more than eight meters and as gear ratio of four forward gears and one reverse gear. It is possible to attach a floating screen which allows it go sail at 6 km/h.
The electronics are provided through a 24-volt system and two 24-volt batteries.
The turret is located in the rear and stores most of the crew: the commander, the gunner, and the loader. The gunner is seated on the right side with the turret hydraulic controls located on either side of him; the x-axis/turning on the right and the y-axis/elevation on the left. Immediately in front is the sight for the gunner with a magnification of 4x and a diameter of 16 mm, providing 10 degrees of field of view and 300 mils of elevation. For other means of sight, the gunner also had the option to stick his head out of the hatch above him.
Behind the gunner was the seat for the commander. Like the gunner, he has a hatch available to him. A periscope attached to it allows him to look outside without revealing himself, and he has the option to unbuckle and man the otherwise unmanned M2 Browning located atop the turret.
On the other side of the turret are two foldable seats, each for a loader, and hatches for both of them, and for loading and unloading projectiles, are located above them. Due to this, crew members can range from a minimum of four to a maximum of five or six. On both sides of the turret are additional hatches used either for ventilation or for the loading and unloading of material. In the front of the turret is the NBC box with two handles, similar in design to the one found on the Type 73 APC.
Both the hull and the turret is made out of bulletproof aluminum. Due to the light material the weight is only 13.3 tonnes unloaded and 16.3 tonnes loaded. The turret has a rotation speed and an elevation/depression speed of 0.56 degrees a second for a single rotation of the handle through manual rotation and a speed of 18 degrees a second for powered rotation.

Firepower

The main gun is a Japan Steel Works L/30 105 mm howitzer and is compatible with the ammunition used by the M2A1. This was the first fully domestic gun manufactured by Japan. Mounted inside of the tank, it had a elevation angle of 1,290 mils or 73 degrees and a depression angle of 110 mils or 6 degrees. This gave it a maximum range of about 14.5 kilometres or, more specifically, 14,458 metres. Due to the small calibre it achieved a reload of six seconds.
It could store forty-three rounds in the rear of the turret and around the bottom of the hull. Available to it was the Type 74 105 mm high-explosive shell, specifically designed for the gun, the M1 high-explosive shell, the M60 smoke shell, the M84 smoke shell, the M67 high-explosive anti-tank shell, the M314A1 flare shell, the M314A2 flare shell, the M1 practice shell, and the Type 69 practice shell. In short, it had two high-explosive shells, two smoke shells, a high-explosive anti-tank shell, two flare shells, and two practice shells for a total of nine shells available to it. Below will be a short list of each of them and their variables:
  • Type 74 High-Explosive Shell
    • Weight: 14.2 kilograms for the bullet and 18.9 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 53.2 centimetres for the bullet
    • Filling: 2.68 kilograms of TNT
    • Muzzle Velocity: 645 m/s
    • Effective Area/Armour Penetration: 30 metres in width and 20 metres in depth, estimated 31-32 mm of armour penetration
    • Fuzes:
      • Dual-purpose M500; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings with a 150-meter arming distance for delayed
      • Dual-purpose M520; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings with a 150-meter arming distance for delayed
      • Point-detonating M557; super-quick or 0.05-second delay settings
      • Type 71 Mark 1 proximity
  • M1 High-Explosive Shell
    • Weight: 15 kilograms for the bullet and 19.2 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 49.5 centimetres for the bullet
    • Filling: 2.24 kilograms of TNT or 2.13 kilograms of Composition B
    • Muzzle Velocity: 472 m/s
    • Effective Area/Armour Penetration: 30 metres in width and 20 metres in depth, 27 mm of armour penetration
    • Fuzes:
      • Not listed
  • M84 Smoke Shell
    • Weight: 14.9 kilograms for the bullet and 19.4 kilograms for the complete projectile for white; 13.8 kilograms for the bullet and 18.3 kilograms for the complete projectile for everything else
    • Length: 47.9 centimetres
    • Filling: 2.25 kilograms of hexachlorethane-zinc for white; 1.32 kilograms of hexachlorethane-zinc for red; 1.139 kilograms of hexachlorethane-zinc for yellow; 1.229 kilograms of hexachlorethane-zinc for green
    • Muzzle Velocity: 457 m/s
    • Effective Area: 350 metres by 30 metres for one to three minutes for white; 60 metres by 30 metres for one minute for everything else
    • Fuzes:
      • Point-detonating M48; super-quick or 0.05-second delay
      • Dual-purpose M54; super-quick or 0.05-second to 30-second delay settings
      • Dual-purpose M501; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings
  • M60 Smoke Shell
    • Weight: 15.8 kilograms for the bullet and 19.9 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 49.6 centimetres
    • Filling: 1.842 kilograms of yellow phosphorus
    • Muzzle Velocity: 472 m/s
    • Effective Area: 60 metres by 30 metres for one minute
    • Fuzes:
      • Point-detonating M51; super-quick
      • Point-detonating M57; super-quick
      • Dual-purpose M500; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings with a 150-meter arming distance for delayed
      • Dual-purpose M520; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings with a 150-meter arming distance for delayed
      • Point-detonating M557; super-quick or 0.05-second delay settings
  • M67 High-Explosive Anti-Tank Shell
    • Weight: 13.1 kilograms for the bullet and 16.8 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 50.9 centimetres
    • Filling: 1.38 kilograms of Composition B
    • Muzzle Velocity: 381 m/s
    • Armour Penetration: 100 mm to 130 mm of penetration
    • Fuzes:
      • Point-detonating M62 base-fuze; super-quick
      • Point-detonating M91 base-fuze; super-quick with tracer
  • M314A1 and M314A2 Flare Shells
    • Weight: 16.6 kilograms for the bullet and 21.1 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 49 centimetres
    • Filling: 1.6 kilograms of illuminant
    • Muzzle Velocity: 472 m/s
    • Effective Area: 600,000 candle light for 60 seconds for M314A1; 450,000 candle light for 60 seconds for M314A2
    • Fuzes:
      • Dual-purpose M54; super-quick or 0.05-second to 30-second delay settings
      • Dual-purpose M501; super-quick or 0.05-second to 75-second delay settings
  • M1 Practice Shell
    • Weight: 15 kilograms for the bullet and 19.2 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 49.5 centimetres for the bullet
    • Filling: 2.24 kilograms of inert filler
    • Muzzle Velocity: 472 m/s
    • Fuzes:
      • Not listed
  • Type 69 Practice Shell
    • Weight: 14 kilograms for the bullet and 17.5 kilograms for the complete projectile
    • Length: 49.4 centimetres for the bullet
    • Filling: 0.15 kilograms of marking agent
    • Muzzle Velocity: Not found
    • Fuzes:
      • Not listed
The J1 and M26 fuze measuring devices are right by the gunner and the former is used specifically for the Type 1 Mark 1 proximity fuze on the Type 74 HE while the M26 is used for every other fuze.
On-board weaponry includes a rack inside of the turret for several Type 64 7.62 mm rifles.
Already mentioned, secondary weaponry includes a 12.7 mm M2 Browning for anti-aircraft duties, mounted atop the turret for the commander with a gunshield to provide some form of protection.

Where Would This Go?

This would be a low-tier vehicle, if added, and probably be somewhere around 3.0. The reason I say this is because the closest relatives it has are the M4A3(105), at 2.7, and the StuH 42, at 3.0, as both feature a similar low-velocity gun and the former actually has some of the rounds that this would use: the M1 HE, the M67 HEAT, and the M84 smoke.

Vehicle Statistics, Condensed

Class: Self-Propelled Howitzer (abbreviation, HSP)
Country of Origin: State of Japan
Designer(s): Defense Agency Technical Research Division (plan), Komatsu Limited (vehicle), Japan Steel Works (gun)
Manufacturer(s): Komatsu Limited
Produced From/To: 1975-1978
Units Produced: 20
Year of Introduction/Retired: 1974-2000
Mass: 13.3 tonnes unloaded, 16.3 tonnes loaded
Dimensions (LxWxH): 5.78 x 2.87 x 3.2 metres
Crew: 4 to 6 (Commander, Gunner, Loader, Driver; possibly two more loaders)
Armour: Unknown thickness, bulletproof aluminum
Armaments:
  • Japan Steel Works L/30 105 mm howitzer (main gun)
    • Type 74 HE
      • MTSQ M500
      • MTSQ M520
      • PD M557
      • Type 71 Mark 1 CVT
    • M1 HE
    • M67 HEAT
      • PD-BF M62
      • PD-BF M91
    • M84 HC/COL
      • PD M48
      • MTSQ M54
      • MTSQ M501
    • M60 WP
      • PD M51
      • PD M57
      • MTSQ M500
      • MTSQ M520
      • PD M557
    • M314A1 ILL
      • MTSQ M54
      • MTSQ M501
    • M314A2 ILL
      • MTSQ M54
      • MTSQ M501
    • Type 69 TP
    • M1 TP
  • 12.7 mm M2 heavy machine gun (anti-aircraft)
Engine: Mitsubishi 4ZF 2-stroke V-4 air-cooled diesel engine
Transmission: 4 forward gears, 1 reverse gear
Suspension: Not listed
Speed: 50 km/h

Tl;Dr

The Type 74 HSP, officially called the "Type 74 Self-Propelled 105 mm Howitzer" and abbreviated as the "74HSP", would be a low-tier derp cannon, probably be put around 3.0, with the same projectiles found on the M4A3(105) but on a lighter and slightly more mobile chassis and featuring a quicker reload of six seconds.
Sources:
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2020.08.31 02:19 gehau GoldSport Discoveries

Let's have a gold talk. In these dire times in which the market gets weirder everyday, commodities seem to be a place to find solace. Gold has been doing good lately and considering the last bullish run it had, it could go on for 3 years. I did a bit a research and tumbled upon GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. (TSXV:SPOT)

What Are They Doing?

GoldSpot is a small Canadian company that was created not so long ago on the premise that the use of unutilized geological, geophysical and satellite imagery big data combined with machine learning/artificial intelligence can change the way exploration on a property is done. The goal is to drive down prices of exploration and offer a simpler way to identify where to mine, but also to elevate the accuracy of metals locations in the ground.You get the idea...I won't get into much details, but if you want more information on the company, go ahead! Oh and by the way, don't be fool by the name, the company is also engaged in other metals too (Silver, Nickel, Copper, etc...).

tl;dr

SPOT is trading at $0.03 over its cash per share metric of $0.10 which is ridiculous considering the ways the company can generate income. With its advances in technology, multiple income stream and its promising portfolio of investments, I believe the company is undervalued by a factor of at least 3. My current estimation of share price is at $0.43 although current market value is $0.14.

Why the price has gone down and Escrow Shares

If you take a look at SPOT's chart there is a descending trend although it seems somewhat correlated to the fact that the stock took a couple hits...A look up at trading volumes shines a light on 6 different periods. 4 of them are related to the release of escrow shares to the investors under the following schedule:

Total of common shares:

Release:

At those times there is usually an important volume of shares being liquidated... The fifth peak in volume is in October 2019 and it can be attributed to investor Sheldon Inwentash liquidating a couple millions of shares. Last but not least, last peak that happened about a week ago on August 13th...I am not sure why this happened. Maybe a change in escrow shares release schedule or not, it is yet to be determined.

Royalties

From what I understood, GoldSpot is primarily doing consulting, but they still seem to make moves on mining projects that look promising. They have royalties portfolios on these 4 properties:
New Found Gold is by far the most valuable asset in the portfolio. While digging in the news release I found that GoldSpot previously owned 1% royalty in Queensway, so they probably sold 0.5% along the way and with NFG IPO they probably sold it at a good price. It is hard to price the royalty portfolio because there is no working mine or good resource estimation for there junior miners but with the recent Gold rally they didn't go down in value.

Investments

The bulk of this thesis come from SPOT's investments in some key junior miners. The whole portfolio is not available but from what was publicly disclose, it is possible to assume that these undisclosed assets (investments) are related to mining (why invest elsewhere when you are expert in the industry). With the price of gold going up, these anonymous investments probably surfed the wave along with it. But we can still look at what we know for certain:
Considering only these two investments from their $10M in assets (non-public probably rose as well), their portfolio rose by ~22% since last available financial information. Over the same period, GoldSpot lost ~40% (0.25 to 0.14) taking the capitalization to just under $14M when they have at least $13.35M in assets (adjusting for the gains in NVX and NFG).

Insiders

One of the reason why the stock is so low can be attributed to a change in management. Frank Holmes (U.S. Global), Donovan Pollitt (Pollitt Mining) and Ramon Barua (Hochschild Mining) left the company. This would suggest something bad was about to happen for GoldSpot or maybe a divergence of views within the board committee. Since the announcement none of them withdrew ownership in SPOT suggesting it might be more the latter reason. Though, a flow of new deals for GoldSpot indicate they can do it without the three board members NV Gold, Yamana, AEX Gold, Margaux, Tembo Gold.

Discounted Cash Flow

What is known

Consulting Income

One relation that caught my eye is the one between the Consulting Income and the Operating, G&A expenses, that for the moment, are pretty much on par. Looking at the company's past 9 quarters, the consulting income grew somewhat in a straight line at 15% QoQ and looking at the same metric year over year we saw in 2019 a growth rate of 78% YoY. When looking at the Operating and G&A costs, it grew at around 17% QoQ. The operating costs are slightly greater then the consulting incomes, but it could easily be explained by the surprise cost of inclusion on the Canadian exchange of about $2M in Q1 of 2019. This is a one time fee that can be ignored for estimating future cash flows.
Since their ideal long term goal is that with the continuous effort put in by the employees, the cost for providing these consulting services will diminish drastically in the future. The assumption goes towards decreasing Operating and G&A expenses and increasing Consulting Incomes.

https://preview.redd.it/9sqsbgb7e8k51.jpg?width=1594&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=6ca3823a5e1ae503d99624c255b31d4269973315

Investment Gains

Based on the limited information online about their private portfolio of assets, the two known recent investments made in NFG and NVG, initially valued at $1.25M are now estimated at $3.5M as of FY 2020.

https://preview.redd.it/cwjaawo8e8k51.jpg?width=519&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c96527660ccb0ec65484cea3a247d6a4f7690ef7

Assumptions

Growth Rates

Using the data gathered from the company's historical information the following table was made to estimate the future growth of the incomes and costs of the company. Based on the the fact that the company leverages technology, that they've been working at this for 2 and a half years, that they have many projects in their pipeline, and promising Q1 2020 results, the same 80% growth rate between 2018-2019 was used for estimating 2020's results. The rate was subsequently cut in half each year. Terminal perpetual growth rate is set to 3%.
Operating G&A costs modeled at a more modest rate to support the main thesis.

https://preview.redd.it/w533k0g9e8k51.png?width=829&format=png&auto=webp&s=1086ae1ec036f4610c4cb8938c79d6a753390c9b

Projected Income

The investment gains were modeled based on the known information for the year 2020 and used that number for the following years. Assuming there is little known about GoldSpot's portfolio, the fact that royalties will pay for a long time, and their many projects, netting $3.5M over the next 3 years is reasonable. The average gold run also last 3 years. After the investment gains was divided by 2.

https://preview.redd.it/es3kdi4ce8k51.jpg?width=607&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=23a97f5c58fc7204e8508de305647c699b8905b2

Results

To discount the future cashflow at the present value the following parameters were used. GoldSpot doesn't have much debt and they finance most of the company through equity. Estimating the cost of equity with warrants is tricky and I decided to use a strong 10% to penalize the valuation. Tax rate is given by the government of Canada's website.

Name Value
Discount Rate 10%
n_shares 94,724,876
Price 0.14
Tax rate 9%

Using the cashflow generated in the last table, we added back the small D&A of 21,555 yearly back in the FCFF. Nothing else was added to the FCFF due to the limited amount of information on the financials reports. The terminal value of the company was calculated and brought back to the present value. The yearly estimated cashflow were also brought back to present value. The company's share count grows by around 7% yearly. 101M shares was used to calculate the final expected share price of $0.43.

https://preview.redd.it/mq16uzbde8k51.png?width=1114&format=png&auto=webp&s=dfad66d286451927594f3418059e9b3ded82d955

Name Value
Expected CF per Share 0.3210
Current Cash per Share 0.1085
Expected Share Price 0.4295
Current Share Price 0.14

Sitting with a big pile of cash I was curious to see how it reflected per share. It comes out near $0.11/share which is pretty high considering the fact that the company trades at $0.14. The market is basically valuing this company at $0.03/share translating to not even $3M. A company value is reflected the future cashflow and outcome of the company, and I find it interesting that the company is valued at $3M while they will generate at least $3M this year with their investments.
Adding the present value per share of the cashflow and the current cash per share the final estimated share prices comes at around $0.43 which I believe is a much fairer estimated value.

So...

The earnings should be out any days now between 8/27 and 9/2 if we believe yahoo and we'll know the fair value of SPOT's investments.
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2020.08.28 21:54 gehau GoldSpot Discoveries (DD Inside)

Let's have a gold talk. In these dire times in which the market gets weirder everyday, commodities seem to be a place to find solace. Gold has been doing good lately and considering the last bullish run it had, it could go on for 3 years. I did a bit a research and tumbled upon GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. (TSXV:SPOT)

What Are They Doing?

GoldSpot is a small Canadian company that was created not so long ago on the premise that the use of unutilized geological, geophysical and satellite imagery big data combined with machine learning/artificial intelligence can change the way exploration on a property is done. The goal is to drive down prices of exploration and offer a simpler way to identify where to mine, but also to elevate the accuracy of metals locations in the ground.You get the idea...I won't get into much details, but if you want more information on the company, go ahead! Oh and by the way, don't be fool by the name, the company is also engaged in other metals too (Silver, Nickel, Copper, etc...).

tl;dr

SPOT is trading at $0.03 over its cash per share metric of $0.10 which is ridiculous considering the ways the company can generate income. With its advances in technology, multiple income stream and its promising portfolio of investments, I believe the company is undervalued by a factor of at least 3. My current estimation of share price is at $0.43 although current market value is $0.14.

Why the price has gone down and Escrow Shares

If you take a look at SPOT's chart there is a descending trend although it seems somewhat correlated to the fact that the stock took a couple hits...A look up at trading volumes shines a light on 6 different periods. 4 of them are related to the release of escrow shares to the investors under the following schedule:

Total of common shares:

Release:

At those times there is usually an important volume of shares being liquidated... The fifth peak in volume is in October 2019 and it can be attributed to investor Sheldon Inwentash liquidating a couple millions of shares. Last but not least, last peak that happened about a week ago on August 13th...I am not sure why this happened. Maybe a change in escrow shares release schedule or not, it is yet to be determined.

Royalties

From what I understood, GoldSpot is primarily doing consulting, but they still seem to make moves on mining projects that look promising. They have royalties portfolios on these 4 properties:
New Found Gold is by far the most valuable asset in the portfolio. While digging in the news release I found that GoldSpot previously owned 1% royalty in Queensway, so they probably sold 0.5% along the way and with NFG IPO they probably sold it at a good price. It is hard to price the royalty portfolio because there is no working mine or good resource estimation for there junior miners but with the recent Gold rally they didn't go down in value.

Investments

The bulk of this thesis come from SPOT's investments in some key junior miners. The whole portfolio is not available but from what was publicly disclose, it is possible to assume that these undisclosed assets (investments) are related to mining (why invest elsewhere when you are expert in the industry). With the price of gold going up, these anonymous investments probably surfed the wave along with it. But we can still look at what we know for certain:
Considering only these two investments from their $10M in assets (non-public probably rose as well), their portfolio rose by ~22% since last available financial information. Over the same period, GoldSpot lost ~40% (0.25 to 0.14) taking the capitalization to just under $14M when they have at least $13.35M in assets (adjusting for the gains in NVX and NFG).

Insiders

One of the reason why the stock is so low can be attributed to a change in management. Frank Holmes (U.S. Global), Donovan Pollitt (Pollitt Mining) and Ramon Barua (Hochschild Mining) left the company. This would suggest something bad was about to happen for GoldSpot or maybe a divergence of views within the board committee. Since the announcement none of them withdrew ownership in SPOT suggesting it might be more the latter reason. Though, a flow of new deals for GoldSpot indicate they can do it without the three board members NV Gold, Yamana, AEX Gold, Margaux, Tembo Gold.

Discounted Cash Flow

What is known

Consulting Income

One relation that caught my eye is the one between the Consulting Income and the Operating, G&A expenses, that for the moment, are pretty much on par. Looking at the company's past 9 quarters, the consulting income grew somewhat in a straight line at 15% QoQ and looking at the same metric year over year we saw in 2019 a growth rate of 78% YoY. When looking at the Operating and G&A costs, it grew at around 17% QoQ. The operating costs are slightly greater then the consulting incomes, but it could easily be explained by the surprise cost of inclusion on the Canadian exchange of about $2M in Q1 of 2019. This is a one time fee that can be ignored for estimating future cash flows.
Since their ideal long term goal is that with the continuous effort put in by the employees, the cost for providing these consulting services will diminish drastically in the future. The assumption goes towards decreasing Operating and G&A expenses and increasing Consulting Incomes.
https://preview.redd.it/55mjsewmrsj51.jpg?width=1594&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4e7825cbbf9520870d4522fb756cf0cf79bd9516

Investment Gains

Based on the limited information online about their private portfolio of assets, the two known recent investments made in NFG and NVG, initially valued at $1.25M are now estimated at $3.5M as of FY 2020.
https://preview.redd.it/q9onddcqrsj51.jpg?width=519&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=85090512a2e1f846b437c4726ebdc2029bfff53c

Assumptions

Growth Rates

Using the data gathered from the company's historical information the following table was made to estimate the future growth of the incomes and costs of the company. Based on the the fact that the company leverages technology, that they've been working at this for 2 and a half years, that they have many projects in their pipeline, and promising Q1 2020 results, the same 80% growth rate between 2018-2019 was used for estimating 2020's results. The rate was subsequently cut in half each year. Terminal perpetual growth rate is set to 3%.
Operating G&A costs modeled at a more modest rate to support the main thesis.
https://preview.redd.it/ftzycw8trsj51.png?width=829&format=png&auto=webp&s=ff041ffb8fe0d8d30a59af38dccc2593cf29d9dd

Projected Income

The investment gains were modeled based on the known information for the year 2020 and used that number for the following years. Assuming there is little known about GoldSpot's portfolio, the fact that royalties will pay for a long time, and their many projects, netting $3.5M over the next 3 years is reasonable. The average gold run also last 3 years. After the investment gains was divided by 2.
https://preview.redd.it/nr5inff3tsj51.jpg?width=902&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e2ab537177bc8d3bf11d39283d1769831ea5c032

Results

To discount the future cashflow at the present value the following parameters were used. GoldSpot doesn't have much debt and they finance most of the company through equity. Estimating the cost of equity with warrants is tricky and I decided to use a strong 10% to penalize the valuation. Tax rate is given by the government of Canada's website.

Name Value
Discount Rate 10%
n_shares 94,724,876
Price 0.14
Tax rate 9%

Using the cashflow generated in the last table, we added back the small D&A of 21,555 yearly back in the FCFF. Nothing else was added to the FCFF due to the limited amount of information on the financials reports. The terminal value of the company was calculated and brought back to the present value. The yearly estimated cashflow were also brought back to present value. The company's share count grows by around 7% yearly. 101M shares was used to calculate the final expected share price of $0.43.

https://preview.redd.it/aqk35992ssj51.png?width=1114&format=png&auto=webp&s=4d4ed6928a7a4ec79f4c3c450642cfb747a5d2dc

Name Value
Expected CF per Share 0.3210
Current Cash per Share 0.1085
Expected Share Price 0.4295
Current Share Price 0.14

Sitting with a big pile of cash I was curious to see how it reflected per share. It comes out near $0.11/share which is pretty high considering the fact that the company trades at $0.14. The market is basically valuing this company at $0.03/share translating to not even $3M. A company value is reflected the future cashflow and outcome of the company, and I find it interesting that the company is valued at $3M while they will generate at least $3M this year with their investments.
Adding the present value per share of the cashflow and the current cash per share the final estimated share prices comes at around $0.43 which I believe is a much fairer estimated value.

So...

The earnings should be out any days now between 8/27 and 9/2 if we believe yahoo and we'll know the fair value of SPOT's investments.

Edit: Hyperlinks

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(Ltd. Bodies)
Chikara GXT Purple Show-off 50 1
Chikara GXT FG None 50 1
Mudcat GXT Pink None 50 1
Ronin GXT Sky-blue None 40 1
Ronin GXT Pink None 40 1
Ronin GXT Lime None 40 1
Ronin GXT Grey None 40 1
Ronin GXT FG None 40 1
Ronin GXT Crimson None 40 3
Ronin GXT Cobalt None 40 2
Ronin GXT Orange Goalkeeper 50 1
Ronin GXT TW Juggler 70 1
Ronin GXT Purple Paragon 50 1
Ronin GXT BS Sniper 15 1
Ronin GXT Purple None 40 1
(Bodies)
Octane Orange None 500 1
Octane Cobalt None 800 1
Cyclone TW Paragon 360 1
Nimbus None Striker 100 1
Fennec None None 600 1
(VR Decals)
Octane: Snakeskin None Aviator 80 1
Breakout: Vector None None 30 1
Dominus: Snakeskin None Aviator 40 1
Endo: MG-88 None Striker 30 1
Mantis: Snakeskin None None 40 1
Road Hog: Snakeskin None None 30 1
(Bm Decals)
Interstellar Black None 2700 1
(Ltd. Decals)
Octane: Jacktide None None 30 1
Octane: Killer Griller None None 30 2
Octane: Metarudia Cobalt Sniper 60 1
Octane: Metarudia Black Victor 90 1
Octane: Quetzalcoatl None None 90 1
Octane: Sleet Creeps None None 60 2
Octane: Ultimate Warrior None None 30 1
Octane: Voltron None None 30 1
Dominus: Arboreal Nightmare None None 60 1
Dominus: Yaojing None Nonr 20 2
Dominus: Candy Monster None None 30 1
Dominus: Funky Medusa None None 30 2
Dominus: Whitewash None None 30 1
Breakout Type-S: Zero-Sum None None 10 2
Breakout: Easter Bunny None None 30 2
Breakout: Lycan None None 20 2
Breakout: Mammoth None None 10 2
Breakout: Snow Devil None None 50 1
Breakout: TV Time None None 20 1
Breakout: Watermelon None None 40 2
Compound C Black None 40 1
Compound C Grey Goalkeeper 30 1
Compound C FG None 20 1
Compound C Lime None 20 1
Compound C Orange None 20 1
Compound C Pink None 20 1
Compound C Purple None 20 1
Compound C Sky-blue None 20 1
Compound C Cobalt None 20 1
Compound C Purple Tactician 20 1
Compound C FG Tactician 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Cobalt None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Crimson None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Lime None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Orange None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Pink None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Saffron None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Sky-blue None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper Black None 20 1
Dune-Sweeper TW None 50 1
Dune-Sweeper None None 120 1
Dune-Sweeper Cobalt Turtle 60 1
Fireworks Crimson None 30 1
Formation Orange None 130 1
Formation None None 50 2
Future-Shock None None 30 2
Germophile None None 10 2
Gift Storm FG Paragon 30 1
Gizmo: Hive Mind Sky-blue None 70 1
Leafstream FG Sniper 60 1
Luster Edge BS Turtle 60 1
Luster Edge Orange None 60 1
Luster Edge Pink None 60 1
Luster Edge Lime None 60 2
Luster Edge Grey None 60 1
Luster Edge Saffron None 60 1
Luster Edge FG None 60 1
Luster Edge Sky-blue Juggler 60 1
Mainliner TW Tactician 150 1
Mainliner Black None 60 1
Percussion FG Aviator 50 1
Percussion FG None 50 1
Percussion Pink Acrobat 100 1
Percussion Sky-blue Acrobat 100 1
Shield Glitch Lime Striker 200 1
Shield Glitch Purple Striker 200 1
Shield Glitch Lime None 160 1
Shield Glitch Saffron None 100 1
Shield Glitch Sky-blue None 100 1
Shield Glitch Pink Aviator 20 1
Shield Glitch Grey Scorer 150 1
Tigress Lime Sweeper 20 1
Tigress Saffron Victor 60 1
Tigress Black None 20 1
Tigress BS None 50 1
Tigress Cobalt None 50 1
Tigress Crimson None 20 1
Tigress FG None 20 1
Tigress Orange None 20 1
Tigress Purple None 20 1
Tigress Sky-blue None 20 1
Tigress TW None 50 1
Tigress None None 20 2
Tigress None None 20 1
Twinzer: Quick Fix II None None 20 2
X-Devil: Disco Monster None None 10 1
(Paint Finish)
Pearlescent Matte None None 90 1
(VR Wheels)
Chakram None Scorer 80 1
Chakram Lime Turtle 90 1
Fireplug None Juggler 40 1
Gaiden None None 30 1
Gaiden Lime None 80 1
Reaper None None 70 1
Thread-X2 None Turtle 50 1
Yamane FG None 70 1
Yuzo None Turtle 70 1
(Exotic Wheels)
Centro None None 70 1
Centro FG None 240 1
Chrono None None 70 1
Dieci Orange None 120 1
Disotheque None None 70 1
Hikari P5 None None 70 1
REEVRB None None 70 1
Santa Fe None Tactician 80 1
(Ltd. Wheels)
Blade Wave Invt. Pink None 80 1
Celestial II Black None 150 1
Celestial II Titanium White None 250 1
Celestial II Sky-blue None 150 1
Celestial II Saffron None 60 1
Cephalo Black None 130 1
Cyberware Black Paragon 30 1
Cyberware Titanium White None 40 1
Cyberware Crimson Turtle 30 1
Cyberware FG None 30 1
Cyberware Lime None 30 1
Cyberware Orange None 30 1
Cyberware Pink None 30 1
Cyberware Purple None 30 1
Cyberware Sky-blue None 40 1
Dimonix Inv. Black None 150 1
Dimonix Inv. FG None 70 1
Dimonix Lime None 40 1
Dimonix Purple Playmaker 80 1
Dimonix Pink None 70 1
Dimonix Saffron None 40 1
E.T. None None 70 1
FLT None None 20 1
Generator II Crimson None 60 1
Generator II Titanium White None 70 1
Generator II Orange None 30 1
Helicoprion Cobalt None 40 1
Helicoprion FG None 40 1
Helicoprion Lime None 40 1
Helicoprion Orange None 40 1
Helicoprion Sky-blue None 40 1
Holosphere Saffron None 60 1
Holosphere Grey None 60 1
Holosphere Pink None 40 1
Holosphere Sky-blue None 60 1
Irradiator Orange None 100 1
Jandertek Crimson Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Grey Acrobat 30 1
Jandertek Saffron Goalkeeper 30 1
Jandertek BS Guardian 30 1
Jandertek Cobalt None 30 1
Jandertek FG None 30 1
Jandertek Orange None 30 1
Jandertek Pink None 30 1
Jandertek Purple None 30 1
Jandertek Titanium White None 40 1
Jandertek Holo. Black None 60 1
Jandertek Holo. Lime Show-Off 40 1
Low-Poly None None 30 1
Low-Poly TE None None 20 1
Mainstreet None None 20 1
Metalwork Lime Aviator 60 1
Metalwork Grey Striker 100 1
Mistletoe None None 70 1
Morrowhatch Lime Sniper 50 1
Morrowhatch Black None 40 1
Morrowhatch BS None 30 1
Morrowhatch Crimson None 80 1
Morrowhatch FG None 50 1
Morrowhatch Grey None 50 1
Morrowhatch Orange None 50 1
Morrowhatch Saffron None 50 1
Morrowhatch Sky-blue None 50 1
Philoscope III Orange Aviator 50 1
Philoscope III Lime None 60 1
Philoscope III Pink None 70 1
Polaris Saffron Sweeper 100 1
Polaris FG None 100 1
Polaris Remixed Lime None 70 1
Psyonix II None None 30 1
Q-Runner Black Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Cobalt Juggler 30 1
Q-Runner Grey Sweeper 30 1
Q-Runner Crimson None 60 1
Q-Runner FG None 30 1
Q-Runner Lime None 30 1
Q-Runner Orange None 30 1
Q-Runner Pink None 30 1
Q-Runner Purple None 40 1
Q-Runner Sky-blue None 60 1
Q-Runner Titanium White None 30 1
Reticle Black None 60 1
Shima Crimson None 40 1
Shima Lime None 60 1
Shima Sky-blue None 60 1
Shima Inf. Grey None 50 1
Shima Inf. Orange None 100 1
Shima Inf. Saffron None 100 1
Shortwire Pink Acrobat 60 1
Shortwire Crimson Sweeper 30 1
Shortwire Grey Victor 40 1
Shortwire Purple Victor 30 1
Shortwire Black None 50 1
Shortwire BS None 30 1
Shortwire Cobalt None 30 1
Shortwire FG None 30 1
Shortwire Lime None 30 1
Shortwire Orange None 30 1
Shortwire Saffron None 30 1
Shortwire Sky-blue None 30 1
Shortwire Titanium White None 30 1
Startis Grey Guardian 30 1
Startis FG None 30 1
Startis Saffron None 30 1
Sunrise 1986 Dark None 40 1
Timbertyre None None 30 1
Ton-Eighty None None 30 2
TRI-2050 Orange Juggler 60 1
TRI-2050 Saffron Playmaker 60 1
TRI-2050 Lime Sweeper 60 1
TRI-2050 BS None 60 1
TRI-2050 FG None 60 1
TRI-2050 Pink None 60 1
Tube Tank Purple Victor 50 1
Tube Tank Black None 70 1
Tube Tank BS None 30 1
Tube Tank Saffron None 50 1
Tube Tank Sky-blue None 50 1
Tungsten Black Show-Off 80 1
Tungsten Cobalt None 30 1
Tungsten Crimson None 70 1
Tungsten FG None 70 1
Ulterior Black None 100 1
Ulterior Cobalt None 60 1
Ulterior Titanium White None 100 1
Ved-ava II Grey None 70 1
Visionary Black None 250 1
Visionary FG None 70 1
Yankii RL Saffron Show-Off 60 1
Yankii RL Black None 60 1
Yankii RL Crimson None 90 1
Yankii RL Lime None 60 1
Yankii RL Sky-blue None 70 1
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Yankii RL Inf. FG None 20 1
Yankii RL Inf. Purple None 60 1
Yin-Yang None None 30 2
Z-RO Grey Tactician 40 1
Z-RO Black None 60 1
Z-RO Crimson None 30 1
Z-RO FG None 60 1
Z-RO Pink None 30 1
Z-RO Purple None 30 1
Z-RO Saffron None 30 1
Z-RO Sky-blue None 60 1
Z-RO Titanium White None 60 1
(VR Rocket Boost)
Xenosplash None Turtle 40
(Import Boost)
Comet None None 100 1
Enchanter Orange None 100 1
Magic Missle None Paragon 100 1
Magic Missle Cobalt None 100 1
Standard Sky-blue None 400 1
(Ltd. Boost)
Autumn None None 60 1
Cupid None None 30 2
Ectoplasm None None 130 1
Fiber Optic II Crimson None 160 1
Glimerslag II Cobalt Acrobat 40 1
Glimerslag II BS Guardian 60 1
Glimerslag II Crimson Guardian 40 1
Glimerslag II FG Striker 40 1
Glimerslag II Black Sweeper 140 1
Glimerslag II Titanium White Tactician 70 1
Glimerslag II Orange Turtle 40 1
Glimerslag II Grey None 40 1
Glimerslag II Lime None 40 1
Glimerslag II Pink None 40 1
Glimerslag II Purple None 40 1
Glimerslag II Saffron None 40 1
Glimerslag II Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Orange Aviator 40 1
Holodata Crimson Tactician 40 1
Holodata BS None 80 1
Holodata Cobalt None 40 1
Holodata Grey None 90 1
Holodata Lime None 40 1
Holodata Purple None 80 1
Holodata Saffron None 40 1
Holodata Sky-blue None 40 1
Holodata Titanium White None 60 1
Partyhorn None None 10 1
Rad Rock Grey Aviator 130 1
Rad Rock Crimson Striker 40 1
Rad Rock Black None 40 1
Rad Rock BS None 40 1
Rad Rock Cobalt None 30 1
Rad Rock FG None 30 1
Rad Rock Lime None 30 1
Rad Rock Orange None 30 1
Rad Rock Pink None 30 1
Rad Rock Purple None 70 1
Rad Rock Saffron None 30 1
Rad Rock Sky-blue None 40 1
Rad Rock Titanium White None 60 1
Radiant Gush Purple Aviator 60 1
Radiant Gush Cobalt Goalkeeper 70 1
Radiant Gush FG Show-off 40 1
Radiant Gush Black None 60 1
Radiant Gush BS None 50 1
Radiant Gush Lime None 80 1
Radiant Gush Titanium White None 80 1
Red Envelopes None None 60 1
Shining Barrage Titanium White Acrobat 60 1
Shining Barrage FG Aviator 60 1
Shining Barrage BS Goalkeeper 30 1
Shining Barrage Orange Show-off 80 1
Shining Barrage Black None 30 1
Shining Barrage Cobalt None 100 1
Shining Barrage Crimson None 60 1
Shining Barrage Grey None 40 1
Shining Barrage Lime None 60 1
Shining Barrage Purple None 30 1
Shining Barrage Saffron None 80 1
Shining Barrage Sky-blue None 60 1
Slash Beam III Cobalt None 80 1
Slash Beam III Crimson None 170 1
Stranger Things None None 220 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Lime None 80 1
Super Manga-Bolt III Saffron None 80 1
Vaporwave Remix None None 30 2
Voltron None None 90 1
Watermelon None None 80 2
Xmas Lights None None 80 1
(Ltd. Toppers)
Alpinist None None 10 2
Battle Axe None None 10 1
Camp Know Where None None 10 1
Checkmate None None 10 2
Crabby None None 10 3
Flat Cap None None 30 3
Flower-Lotus None None 10 2
Gingerbread House None None 10 1
Hammerhead None None 20 2
Happy New Year None None 10 1
Hoverboard None None 10 1
Kitten Cup None None 10 3
Lantern Fest None None 10 1
Leaf Litter None None 10 1
Macho Man None None 10 1
Marty Jr. None None 60 1
Miyagi-Do None None 10 1
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
Pastel Eggs None None 10 1
Periscope None None 10 1
Richie Rat None None 10 2
S'more None None 10 2
Sad Sapling None None 30 1
Santa None None 60 1
Shamrock None None 10 2
Sloth's Hat None None 10 1
Snare Drum None None 10 1
Starfish None None 10 2
Sure Shot None None 10 2
Tea Kettle None None 10 2
Tea Time None None 40 2
Tranquil Tangerine None None 10 3
Turtle Shell None None 10 1
Voltron None None 10 1
(Ltd. Antennas)
Argyled Egg None None 10 1
Bell None None 10 2
Big Checker None None 10 2
Celebration Kite None None 10 1
Floppy None None 10 2
Floppy Disk None None 10 2
Fortune Fan None None 10 1
Naginata None None 30 2
Paper Dragon None None 60 2
(Ltd. Goal Explosions)
Floppy Fish Lime None 50 1
Floppy Fish Sky Blue None 70 1
Force Razor II Lime None 100 1
HoloData Pink Playmaker 60 1
HoloData Crimson Scorer 150 1
HoloData Black Show-Off 40 1
HoloData Cobalt Tactician 30 1
HoloData Burnt Sienna None 30 1
HoloData Forest Green None 30 1
HoloData Grey None 60 1
HoloData Lime None 60 1
HoloData Orange None 30 1
HoloData Purple None 30 1
HoloData Saffron None 60 1
HoloData Sky Blue None 60 1
HoloData Titanium White None 60 1
Kablooey Titanium White Sweeper 80 !
Kablooey Cobalt None 80 1
Kablooey Lime None 40 1
Kablooey Purple None 60 1
Meta-Blast Burnt Sienna None 60 1
Meta-Blast Lime None 60 1
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2020.08.26 10:26 Amanda2020-jumi From the initial negative ion ceramic tile


From the initial negative ion ceramic tile, anti-static ceramic tile, to antibacterial tile, heat brick, anti-skid brick, and then to the latest quantum energy ceramic tile, self-cleaning tile and breathing brick, the concept of functional ceramic tile emerges in endlessly. However, although the functional ceramic tile has been born for more than ten years, its development process is still difficult. Carrying "gimmicks greater than reality", "radiation" and other questions, it has not been widely recognized by the market.

However, around 2016, the functionality of ceramic tiles has been sought after again by the industry, and even many industry authorities predict that functional ceramic tiles have gradually become a new trend. In the past year, the introduction of functional ceramic tile brand is showing explosive growth, which makes people can not help thinking that the spring of functional ceramic tile has arrived.



The heating brick combines the conductive material with the ceramic tile to achieve the heating effect.

More than ten years of silence
explosive growth
in less than two years, the functional ceramic tile showed an explosive growth trend. However, more than ten years before this, the concept of functional ceramic tile has appeared, and many big brands such as Dongpeng and Ou Shennuo have taken the lead in exploring.

Wu Guizhou, chairman of Foshan meiruisi Technology Co., Ltd., still clearly remembers the process of developing negative ion ceramic tiles with Sun Yat sen University at that time when ou Shennuo and tedi ceramics belonged to the same group company in 2004. However, including the anti-bacterial, anti-skid and other functional tiles in the industry since then, they have not formed a market scale and cannot be popularized. They have been in a state of tepid.

This phenomenon occurred around 2016The change of sex, the function of ceramic tile seems to be valued overnight, functional ceramic tile presents explosive growth.

Half a year ago, Foshan spring ceramic Expo appeared on the varieties and brands of functional tiles, so many people can see dazzling. Red sailboat, new Dongyuan, Taode, Jinding and other negative ion tiles, Yingpai, Wrigley, Anhua, Tongyi and other anti-static tiles, electric shield technology's anti-static tiles, Bode and Xiejin's antibacterial tiles, Dilu, Nuan doctor's heating bricks, etc., have made great achievements in the exhibition. More subdivision functional tiles, such as quantum energy health tiles, are also emerging.

This hot is not only the concept of the exhibition, the trend of functional tiles has already spread throughout the country. In Shandong, Jiangxi, Liaoning, Fujian and other production areas, many enterprises have launched functional tiles. At the same time, more and more large brands have added functional ceramic tile series. New Zhongyuan ceramics has launched Zhen + purified marble tiles, Mona Lisa has launched far-infrared physiotherapy function tiles, and Hongyu group has taken the lead in formulating the national standard of "anti slip ceramic tiles".

In addition to professional functional brands and functional products, extending functionality to ceramic tiles as an additional attribute has also become the choice of many big brands. For example, in March this year, the ninth generation of new products launched by Jianyi improved the anti-skid performance; xinruncheng and Sunni took antibacterial as the added value of some series of products; Xiejin now takes negative ions as the inherent product Properties

The follow-up of functional ceramic tile brands and products, let this silent for many years of small market rapidly grow up.

Changes in market and industry situationFunctional demand
why is functional ceramic tile valued again in a short time after more than ten years of cooling? In the view of the industry, there are many reasons. Among them, the change of market demand and industry situation is the main factor to promote the change of manufacturers.

The continuous change of market demand promotes the multi-functional development of decorative materials. As a kind of space decoration material, ceramic tile is only used to meet the needs of simple paving at the beginning, and only needs to meet the requirements of physical properties such as hardness, antifouling and antiskid. Later, with the improvement of consumers' consumption ability, they began to pay attention to the beauty, and had higher requirements for the design and color innovation of ceramic tiles. Nowadays, affected by the deterioration of the environment, consumers' awareness of the need for health and environmental protection is also increasing, and the requirements for decorative materials also extend to functionality.

On the other hand, after entering 2014, the competitive pressure brought by the overcapacity of ceramic tiles in China forced manufacturers to seek differentiated selling points and increase the bargaining power of brands.

It is reported that tedi ceramics is the first brand to research and develop negative ion ceramic tiles, and it is the only enterprise in the ceramic industry that has the invention patent of negative ion ceramic tile. It is understood that the negative ion products launched in 2004 are mainly small ceramic tiles. However, for a long time, they are also faced with the dilemma that the technology of functional ceramic tiles is difficult to break through. However, in 2015, the company made a great breakthrough in negative ion technology, and officially upgraded the brand name to teddy · anion ceramic tile in 2016.

"After 2012, with the popularization of ink-jet technology, there is basically no difference in the design and color of products between manufacturers. It is necessary to seek differentiation and extend the functionality of ceramic tilesIt's a major direction. In particular, it is possible to convert the patent of negative ion ceramic tile more widely to practical application Wu Feifei, manager of the product center of Guangdong Tedi Ceramics Co., Ltd., said that the selection of special ceramic tile brand for complete transformation into a professional functional ceramic tile brand, on the one hand, is to seek differentiated development, on the other hand, it is to see the trend that ceramic tile functionality will become more and more popular.

Compared with the traditional big brands with a long history and perfect channels, some new brands and small brands do not have a high status in the hearts of consumers, so they pay more attention to the differentiated positioning and marketing means of products.

"Nowadays, consumers are paying more and more attention to brands, and brands have covered up consumers' understanding of products. Now is the era of strong concentration of brands, new brands need unique selling points to struggle out of the inherent brand symbols. Chen Qinxian, executive deputy general manager of Guangdong xinzhongyuan Ceramics Co., Ltd., believes that the relocation of new on sale - women brands in the industry is also an important factor in the rapid growth of functional ceramic tile brands.

Technological progress makes the mass production of functional products possible
if the market demand for functional ceramic tiles is driven by the changes of consumers' consumption concept and industry situation, then the technological progress of upstream industries makes the mass production of functional tiles possible.

The core technology of ceramic tile products, whether it is technology innovation or pattern innovation, mostly comes from the upstream industries such as glaze and equipment manufacturers. As a manufacturer, it is difficult to make a breakthrough in technology. Therefore, the technology of the upstream industry is of decisive significance to the ceramic tile production industry.

Wu Guizhou Contact Us introduced that the earliest negative ion ceramic tile was added in the glaze with releaseNegative ion effect of mineral raw materials, but the cost is relatively high, and there are technical defects, so it is difficult to promote. After years of research and experiment, the application of negative ion glaze to negative ion ink is relatively mature.

"The outbreak process of functional tiles is basically consistent with the development of ink-jet technology popularization. Now the breakthrough of fine material processing technology has been able to support the industrial production of functional materials. " Yu Jianhua, general manager of Foshan Fancisco Material Technology Co., Ltd.

In 2009, there were only three inkjet machines in China in the first year. Because all inks were imported, the cost of using them was very marble tile floor high. However, with the rise of domestic ink, inkjet technology has been widely used. Now the processing technology of material technology has made a breakthrough, and functional products are also beginning to enter the same explosive process.

It is reported that at present, the upstream large-scale color glaze enterprises have basically launched glaze products with negative ion, antibacterial, self-cleaning and other functions. The joint promotion of a large number of material suppliers further reduces the production cost of functional ceramic tiles.

"Although the cost of producing negative ion ink is twice as much as that of ordinary ink, the amount of ink used is not large, and the production cost of ceramic tile will not increase too much." Wu Guizhou revealed that the increased cost of negative ion ink was allocated to ceramic tiles, and the cost of a piece of porcelain only increased by 0.2-0.3 yuan. Yu Jianhua also said that the use of antibacterial ink compared with the use of ordinary ink, the cost of only about 1 yuan per square meter. This is not high for big brands with high added value.

Xiejing enterprises also pushed ahead earlierAs one of the enterprises producing negative ion ceramic tile, because the increase of production cost is not large now, although all products of Xiejin have added anion and antibacterial functions, they are only used as the added value of products to differentiate from other brands, and will no longer be used as chips to enhance the added value of products.

Many material suppliers and manufacturers have said that with the breakthrough of technology and further reduction of cost, more enterprises and even the whole industry will take some functions of functional ceramic tiles as the specific properties of ordinary ceramic tiles, which is a trend in the future.

There are still some deficiencies to be solved
at present, among the numerous subdivided functional ceramic tile categories, only a few categories such as negative ion ceramic tile have been widely promoted, and more are still difficult to be accepted by the market. The main reason is that the technology still has defects and the practical application cost is high.

Wu Guizhou said that meiruisi has been experimenting with the ink for self-cleaning exterior wall brick, but it has not been applied in production. The high cost is a big problem, and this problem has not been solved.

Although there is a great demand for anti-skid brick in public places, there is already anti-skid glaze which can increase the anti-skid effect of ceramic tile, but compared with the traditional mold, the surface roughness of ceramic tile is more, and the effect is not obvious. How to increase the friction coefficient of ceramic tile by adding a kind of material to the ceramic tile without changing the surface color of ceramic tile is still the direction that material suppliers and manufacturers are exploring.

Similar to the negative ion ceramic tile, the heating brick has also experienced blowout in recent two years,The difference is that heating bricks are difficult to form sales.

However, Xie Jianping, general manager of Foshan Youxin Ceramics Co., Ltd., revealed that the market promotion effect of heating bricks was not obvious. The company's taomuran ceramic tiles have been launched since 2015. After two years of promotion, the heating bricks only account for less than 10% of the company's sales.

Xie Jianping said that the difficulty of heating bricks is mainly due to the central heating in the north of the Yellow River, while the southern market is small and faces competition from water heating and wall mounted furnaces. Among them, heating bricks do not occupy the cost advantage. At present, the promotion effect of heating bricks is better only in the economically developed areas of Jiangsu and Zhejiang.

In contrast, the anti-static ceramic tile market has more limitations. Yuan Guoliang, chairman of Shandong electric shield technology Co., Ltd., introduced that the customers of anti-static tiles are mainly concentrated in fine electronics, chemical industry, medicine, military industry, schools, electric power, rail transit and other industries, because these spaces have strict requirements for acid and alkali resistance and dust prevention, while traditional anti-static materials such as PVC, melamine, terrazzo and so on have shortcomings in various aspects, which are more excellent The potential of anti-static ceramic tiles thus occupied a large part of the market capacity.

Yuan Guoliang also admitted that the cost of anti-static tiles is too high, ordinary home decoration will not be accepted, and the demand is small, so it is not the target customer group of anti-static tiles.

The voice of doubt is gradually decreasing
the market demand is still expanding
since the birth of functional ceramic tiles, the quality of ceramic tiles has been improvedThe voice of doubt never stops. Most of the consumers who lack the understanding of functional ceramic tiles think that this is just the marketing "gimmick" of merchants, which can not be seen or touched, which is hard to believe.

In this regard, manufacturers pay more and more attention to the experience of customers, among them, the special brand of negative ion ceramic tile is upgraded to establish a special negative ion ceramic tile Experience Hall at the terminal, and real-time monitor the negative ion content in the store by professional tester. More negative ion ceramic tile brand also through the special detector, ceramic tile detection, with data to convince consumers.

"Our negative ion ceramic tile is to grind tourmaline, the natural mineral with the highest content of negative ions in nature, grind it to nanometer level, and add the glaze layer, which can release at least 1500 negative oxygen ions per cubic centimeter, which can be seen from the measured data." In the interview, Wu Feixiang picked up a small piece of tourmaline and testing equipment to reporters.

In contrast, there are also many brands of antibacterial tiles for antibacterial testing, but the effect is not so intuitive. Because the antibacterial ink needs to culture bacteria for comparative experiments, this process takes too long, and all depends on the observer's feeling. The direct experience such as the water test of anti-skid brick and the current electrifying experiment of heating brick can make consumers accept it.

It is precisely because of the vigorous promotion of manufacturers and attention to the sense of consumer experience, consumers' doubts about functional tiles are gradually reduced, and the market is expanding in this process.

"From the manufacturers' demand for anionic, antibacterial and other special functional inks, it can be predicted that from the end of this year to the beginning of next year, functional ceramic tiles will have a relatively explosive stage.”Yu Jianhua predicts, the share of functional ceramic tile will still expand.

The market is mixed with good and bad people
standards and specifications are urgently needed
although the functional ceramic tiles are showing a trend of blowout, especially the negative ion ceramic tiles are blooming everywhere. The rapid increase also makes many people in the industry feel a little worried. In the interview, many manufacturers of product R & D personnel color glaze enterprises told reporters that negative ions and radioactive substances are symbiotic, if not well controlled, it will lead to excessive radioactivity, the gain is not worth the loss.

"We have studied for a long time to overcome the problem of radioactivity. Now there are more and more brands of negative ion ceramic tiles, but the threshold is too low and the quality is uneven. Once there is a problem, the consequences will be unimaginable." Wu Guizhou on the current market of negative ion ceramic tile flooding expressed concern, some of the color glaze enterprises, manufacturers do not know about radioactivity if they do not consider this problem and appear radioactive problem, will be hard to cultivate the functional ceramic tile market to give a devastating blow.

Wu Guizhou admitted that, compared with negative ions, which can be easily detected by detection instruments, radioactive testing needs professional institutions to detect, which also increases the difficulty of detection.

It is reported that at present, there are only "anti-skid ceramic tiles" led by Hongyu group and "anti-static ceramic tiles" led by Shandong electric shield technology Co., Ltd. there are no clear national or industrial standards for other categories, which has become a hidden danger of market disorder.

"How much release of negative ion ceramic tile should be achieved, and what kind of antibacterial effect should be achieved to meet the requirements, there is no clearIt is easy for consumers to have doubts about certain regulations. " Xie Jianping said that although Tao Mulan has increased the negative ion wood grain brick series, but the lack of standard specifications, let him worry that this will largely restrict the promotion of functional ceramic tiles.

According to the definition of the World Health Organization, when the negative oxygen ions in the air reach 1000-1500 / cm3, it is called fresh air, while the negative ion content of ordinary indoor air is only about 100 / cm3. At present, the negative ion content of the negative ion ceramic tile propaganda in the industry is quite different. How much can we achieve to improve the air effect? There is no clear boundary, forming the market status of the mixture of good and bad. The boundaries of antibacterial, self-cleaning, physiotherapy and other functional products are more blurred.

Many people in the industry believe that the negative ion ceramic tile market has been formed, but the existing problems are also exposed. It is necessary to formulate standards to regulate the market. "At present, special negative ion ceramic tile is cooperating with other units to actively promote the establishment of negative ion ceramic tile industry standard, but the formulation of national standard still needs longer time." Wu Guizhou pointed out that although the development of negative ion ceramic tile standards has been promoted, the development of more functional ceramic tile standards is still far away.

Although there are still many problems in the development of functional ceramic tiles, both manufacturers and upstream material suppliers have no doubt about the development trend of functional tiles becoming the mainstream products in the future. The growing consumer demand will continue to promote the expansion of functional ceramic tile market. In the same way, only when there are more people can we form a standardized standardTo create a healthy market environment.
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2020.08.26 09:05 Amanda2020-jumi it sounds very powerful



it sounds very powerful, but still don't understand? It doesn't matter. The metal processing editor visited 10 leading machining enterprises in the industry and told you what real intelligent manufacturing is with real cases. If you are interested in the product or technology, please click "request information".

tongkuai
laser blanking compound machine
as early as 1979, tongkuai company in Germany has been committed to promoting the application of composite processing, and launched the first laser blanking compound machine in the world. Since the new trumatic 1000 fiber was launched in the Chinese market, it has attracted the attention and favor of various industries. Let's take a look at the characteristics and advantages of this compound machine and composite processing.

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trumatic 1000 fiber is equipped with a 3 kW trudisk laser, which can process high reflective materials such as brass and copper. The advantage of laser is that it can cut all kinds of complex contour and special-shaped hole flexibly and quickly, reduce the investment of mould, and obtain smooth and smooth cross-section at the same time. In addition, the powerful fast stamping process greatly widens the processing range of this machine tool. On the one hand, the stamping die is used to blanking the standard contour, on the other hand, it is used to complete the three-dimensional forming which can not be realized by plane laser cutting machine, such as punching, flanging, tapping and rolling rib forming process. The advantages of the two are perfectly integrated into this machine tool, no matter it is the productDesign or the entire sheet metal processing production chain, all break through the limits of traditional processing methods, and create more profits for customers.

processing cases
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in traditional processing, some workpieces often need to be processed on punch press and laser cutting machine respectively. The internal handling of parts between two machine tools brings not only higher time and logistics costs, but also the loss of machining accuracy. In order to ensure the accuracy, it is necessary to design additional fixture or laser assisted relocation function. Even so, for demanding customers, due to the lack of precision, the high scrap rate and economic benefit loss are still unbearable. The compound machine can solve this problem perfectly.

the following figure shows the solution case brought by tongkuai for customers, a high-precision part manufactured by trumatic 1000 fiber for the consumer electronics industry.

savanini
MAC 2.0 plate characteristic compensation technology
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savanini has spent a lot of manpower and material resources in equipment analysis and material analysis for many years to pursue the quality consistency of bending parts and eliminate the residual stress of materials.

as we all know, the raw materials of sheet metal industry are generally hot-rolled sheet or cold-rolled sheet. Hot rolled plate is also the raw material of cold rolling plate. In the production process, the rolling force, working torque and cooling rate of hot rolled strip will affect the crystallization of materialsThe yield strength, rebound coefficient and tensile rate are affected.

the yield strength, springback coefficient and tensile rate of products from different steel mills and even from different batches of the same steel plant are different.

in the above figure, red is stainless steel, blue is carbon steel, and green is aluminum
in order to reduce the scrap rate of users, pursue the accuracy of bending and product consistency, as a model of flexible sheet metal manufacturing technology, savanini has developed a unique global sheet metal characteristic compensation technology MAC 2.0 (material) with more than 50 years of experience attitude correction)。

the whole research. Savanini sent the sheet data collected in the past 50 years from all over the world to the Research Institute of Linz University, and conducted in-depth research on the characteristics of each kind of plate, and established different bending force compensation models for different plate characteristics. Through a series of patent algorithms, savanini entered into savanini plate database. After more than ten years of continuous research and practical testing, MAC 2.0 technology was finally deployed to each new savanini multilateral bending center, and the adaptive technology in industry 4.0 concept was applied to daily production.

when the multilateral bending center makes the first bending for each sheet, the equipment will automatically start to detect the characteristic difference between the current sheet and the previous sheet (such as tensile strength)If the deviation value is greater than a certain degree, the system will exchange information with the data in the large database, compare the current input sheet material with the corresponding label in the database, and automatically perform the bending force compensation according to the comparison results and workpiece drawings, so as to achieve the same bending angle under different plate characteristics. However, the whole process only takes 0.3 seconds, which has little effect on the production time. More importantly, MAC 2.0 improves the overall product quality and consistency, reduces scrap rate and equipment debugging time, and brings considerable benefits to users.

fanco
the never-ending factory is just around the corner
in the robot automation production factory, there are two major problems that have plagued the production managers of the factory.

question 1:
If a robot on the production line breaks down suddenly in the production process, it may cause the whole production line to stop production, which will bring great time and economic losses to the project. Take the automobile production line as an example, if one car is produced in 2 minutes, 30 vehicles are produced per hour, and each vehicle is worth 100000 yuan, then if the production line stops for one hour, it will cause a loss of 3 million output value.

question 2:
when a large number of robots are used in the factory, the maintenance and management of robots will be a troublesome problem for equipment maintenance engineers. Different types of robots have different maintenance items and maintenance periods, even if they are the same typeDue to the different purchase time and use frequency, the maintenance time point is different. Therefore, it is difficult to work out a unified and optimized robot maintenance plan.

in order to solve the above problems, FANUC company has developed a robot cloud remote service system (ZDT system). The system is an industrial Internet of things application specially developed for FANUC robot products.

Video: introduction of cloud remote service system ZDT

ZDT uses industrial Internet of things and big data technology to collect and monitor all kinds of operation data and maintenance information of FANUC robot, analyzes these big data, digs out the hidden danger of equipment failure, and makes preventive inspection and maintenance in advance, so as to avoid the sudden failure of equipment in normal production process, and then realizes zero unexpected shutdown of equipment and ensures the operation Continuous and stable operation of the plant.

ZDT continuously collects all kinds of information of FANUC robot, monitors the mechanical parts and controllers of the robot, and also monitors various process equipment and process equipment, such as servo welding gun and spraying equipment.

ZDT also has advanced system optimization function. Using the system optimization function can reduce the power consumption of the system operation, prolong the service life of the robot, and improve the speed and efficiency of the system.

ZDT system network architecture
FANUC cooperated with Cisco to greatly expand ZDTThe big data collected by ZDT function is sent and stored in the cloud. Through the Internet and cloud services, the robot operation data of customer factory is connected with FANUC's global service network. Once ZDT running on the cloud predicts that a FANUC device may fail, it will automatically inform FANUC's service team. FANUC will immediately analyze the causes and take measures. Before the customer's equipment fails and stops, FANUC's technical support personnel and equipment spare parts have arrived at the customer's factory, completed the necessary maintenance and repair, and ruled out the equipment in advance The potential for failure.

after the ZDT function is connected to the cloud, the emergency response speed of FANUC global service team is greatly improved. At the same time, for the new analysis and diagnosis function applications newly developed by FANUC company, the configuration deployment, update and maintenance can be carried out quickly in the ZDT data center in the cloud, so that users can enjoy the latest functions and services developed by FANUC in time.

users can access the ZDT system through the Internet to understand the working status of the robot. In this way, no matter where they are, such as the company, home or on the way to business, users only need to connect their laptops, iPads or mobile phones to the Internet, and through the browser, they can understand the working status of the factory robots.

Maintenance reminders
the ZDT system can count the maintenance time of the robot in real time and give the remaining time. Once the remaining maintenance time has been reachedWarning value, as set in the figure two weeks in advance, will send an alarm to the user, timely arrange maintenance. According to the remaining time, users can reasonably arrange the robot maintenance plan to keep the robot in a healthy working state and extend its service life.

the ZDT system can automatically generate the daily status report of the robot and send it to the user's mailbox. Through this report, users can find out which robots have abnormal conditions on that day, instead of checking them in the website. Each month, ZDT system can also provide monthly analysis report, so that users can quickly understand all the problems and causes of the robot in that month.

in 2015, FANUC established the first robot cloud remote service system in the United States to provide technical support services for users. As of 2017, more than 14000 robots have been connected to the ZDT system to provide users with highly reliable fault warning services.

in order to better serve domestic users, Shanghai FANUC established a ZDT cloud remote service system for FANUC robot users in China in Shanghai, which was put into operation on December 8, 2017. The system is constructed and operated by Shanghai fanco company, providing high quality and fast robot fault warning and preventive maintenance services for domestic users.

Renishaw
the equator? Comparator
the equator? Comparator is located next to the turning and machining center, providing high-precision dimensional inspection data synchronously with the production process to help manufacturing enterprises improveThe output and process capability of the production line can also be easily integrated into the automation unit.

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integrate the equator comparator into the automatic production line and production unit to form the automatic parts detection and feedback unit of the production line. The intelligent manufacturing, processing automation and process control can be realized by using the dual measurement of internal and external measurement.

Renishaw's new Equator 500 comparator can realize intelligent process control of large workpieces, and has the advantages of mature and reliable equator 300 comparator.

the size of the new Equator 500 comparator is larger, and its working space diameter can reach 500 mm and the height can reach 400 mm, so it can measure larger workpieces.

the base of the comparator 500 can support workpieces and fixtures with a total weight of no more than 100 kg. Flexible response to the measurement of large workpieces in intelligent manufacturing, including transmission parts such as automobile and truck transmission and engine housing, connecting rod and differential gearbox, suspension casting, stamping parts, valves and pump bodies, etc.

the comparator is compatible with the new IPC (intelligent process control) software, which can continuously monitor and automatically adjust the processing operation to ensure that the workpiece size is close to the nominal value and within the process control range. It is located in the vicinity of CNC machine tools, allowing process adjustment during production, avoiding time delay or excessive dependence on finished product (completion) inspection. An equator comparator can be connected with one or more numbersControl machine tool controller.

Sandvik clonman
coroplus? Digital processing solutions
today's rapid development of digitization has brought opportunities for manufacturing industry to overcome challenges and minimize the waste of resources, time and data, so that it can finally obtain more profits. Sandvik's coroplus?, a digital processing product family, contains a number of solutions that will drive manufacturing into the industrial 4.0 era.

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coroplus? Toolguide
obtaining the recommended values of cutting tools and cutting parameters
the selection of cutting tools and cutting parameters is a process that can create or destroy efficiency. In modern workshops, paper samples are becoming less and less, and digital solutions can recommend appropriate tools and cutting parameters for specific machining tasks. With the coroplus? Toolguide, you can get the recommended values of tools and cutting parameters through an easy-to-use interface. Define your machining application, and then you can see the most efficient tool recommended.

coroplus? Toollibrary
create and manage digital tool components
the use of digital tool components can improve the safety of the entire processing process. By presenting the tool components in digital form, you can simulate the whole process with high precision before machining starts. The coroplus? Toollibrary is aThe digital tool library integrated with tool management and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) system enables you to improve the efficiency of process planning and preparation.

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coroplus? Processcontrol
monitor the processing and machine condition
coroplus? Processcontrol increases the safety of the processing process. The system consists of three value based solution suites.

? The collision detector automatically fingerprint door lock suppliers stops the machine tool when it detects a collision, so as to avoid high machine maintenance costs.

? The tool guard monitors the performance of the cutting tool for maximum machining safety.

? The machine health detector obtains the machine condition report and saves costs through predictive maintenance.

Coromant capto? DTH plus
forecast the maintenance demand of power cutterbed
equipped with quick replacement of power cutterbed, you can shorten the time spent on measurement, clamping and tool change, thus improving the utilization rate of machine tool. By incorporating sensor technology into a power cutterbed with quick change, you will get information about the cutterbed, enabling you to plan maintenance in a cost-effective manner - and to ensure that production does not stop due to tool damage.

coroplus? Toolpath
generate computerelectronic hotel locks numerical control (CNC) code for innovative machining methods
coroplus? TToolpath is the name of a set of software that generates tool paths for unique machining methods.

? Spirogroofing? Tool path software allows users to quickly generate NC code for spirogrowing? Which is a machining method for sealing ring grooves.

? Invomilling? CAD / CAM is a complex invomilling? Programming software. Invomilling? Is a flexible method for machining gears with standardized cutting tools.

? Primeturning? Tool path software can quickly generate high-quality NC code for primeturning, and primeturning method enables you to perform omni-directional turning in a more efficient way than traditional turning.

silent tools? Plus
to improve the safety of inner hole turning
when turning long overhanging inner holes, one of the main challenges is to entrance systems supplier understand how the machining process inside the components works. Silent tools? Plus is a solution that enables operators to obtain processing information through a control panel. Data is sent from the tool to the operator, enabling him to make better decisions and increase the safety of the machining process.

coroplus? Machining insights
improve equipment utilization
workshop availability rulesA high degree of transparency is required for all production operations. Although manual collection of machine data and related documents is time-consuming, networked machines offer the possibility of high transparency, optimized planning and streamlined production. By using coroplus? Machininginsights, you can immediately learn about the performance of your machine and the opportunity to optimize your production process. This solution enables you to collect relevant data, gain insight and take action to optimize and improve production processes. ?
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among the many tool and machine tool solutions, new digital solutions are profoundly changing the manufacturing industry. Driven by data and networking, this change will change our way of industrial production. The coroplus? Solution enables you to take the next step towards digital machining and industry 4.0, whether it's connecting a machine tool, finding the right cutting parameters faster, or you want to improve the productivity of your entire plant.

Shenming technology
the automatic processing production line of differential housing
automobile differential can make the left and right (or front and rear) drive wheels rotate at different speeds, and the differential housing is the key part of the differential. The realization of automatic processing of differential case not only improves the product grade of customers, but also greatly improves the product quality, stability and production efficiency, and greatly reduces the labor cost.

the differential case automatic processing production line independently designed and implemented by Shenming technology consists of 6 machine tools and 3It is composed of a multi joint robot, which has completed all the processing contents of the differential housing, and realized the production line beat of 120 ~ 150 seconds / piece. The tool life management system is used to ensure the machining stability. Under the general framework of tool life management, the production line adopts manual sampling inspection and tool compensation system to compensate the machine tool, and the compensation process does not stop. After the delivery of the production line, the operation is stable and has been well received by customers.

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strength
D series cold chamber die casting unit
to let users have a die casting unit with higher strength, more stability and longer service life has been the dream of many die-casting manufacturers. The newly developed D series cold chamber die casting unit of Lijin group provides a new solution to meet the needs of users for high rigidity, high stability and high durability die casting machines, and is the first to push to the Japanese market dominated by local die casting machines.

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through finite element analysis, the force of D-series cold chamber die-casting unit designed by d-frame is balanced, which can effectively avoid stress concentration. It has strong rigidity, small deformation of the template, and integral casting of the installation hole of the charging cylinder and barrel. At the same time, the one-time clamping process is completed, the coaxiality is stable and reliable, and the service life of the barrel and punch is extended.

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if using the new x-definition plasma cutting technology nitrogen / water (nitrogenWe call it the vented water injection (vwi) advanced automatic gas box process. Xpr300 can achieve excellent cutting effect when cutting aluminum, especially compared with the next generation of plasma cutting system.

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technology is the core competitiveness of quan4wei company, and maintaining domestic leading technology and being comparable with international technology is the top priority of the company's development. At present, many famous steam turbine suppliers in the world use pure 3D CAD design mode for product development and design. Although quansiwei company is the technical leader of steam turbine suppliers in China, its design method still adopts the traditional two-dimensional design method: first, design with two-dimensional CAD software, draw engineering drawings, and then carry out three-dimensional modeling according to the two-dimensional drawings, so as to carry out finite element analysis, aerodynamic analysis and other operations. In the new era, in order to further consolidate and enhance the key to competitive advantage, while maintaining the objective need of international leading level, the company decided to introduce more advanced 3D CAD software technology and establish 3D design platform. Engineers from the R & D and design department said that after the company made the decision of full 3D, finding suitable 3D CAD suppliers for full cooperation has become a key step on the way to upgrade the company. "What we need is not just a 3D design software, but an all-round oneThe platform ensures a good foundation for product R & D and design. " According to the introduction, quan4d company is very strict in selecting 3D CAD partners, requiring its 3D CAD software to meet the daily design and drawing needs of R & D and design departments, and support the customized development of some personalized functions with the company. At the same time, we should also ensure that we can respond to the new demands in the process of after-sales service and keep pace with the times together with quansiwei company.

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2020.08.25 22:42 psychotrader00 Here is a Market Recap for Tuesday, Aug 25. Please give it a read!

PsychoMarket Recap - Tuesday, August 25
The S&P and the NASDAQ once again rallied to record levels by market close, as coronavirus cases declined and trade talks between the US and China resumed. The Dow lagged behind, finishing the day negative, unable to continue yesterday’s rally.
The S&P ended the day 0.42% and the NASDAQ was 0.84% up. The Dow ended the day modestly down, 0.17% in the red.
New companies will be joining the Dow. Salesforce ($CRM) will replace Exxon Mobil ($XOM), with the oil stock being out of the Dow for the first time in a century. Honeywell ($HON) will replace Raytheon ($RTX) and Amgen ($AMGN) will replace Pfizer ($PFE).
The number of newly confirmed coronavirus infections in the U.S. has dropped. Data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows that the number of new cases fell to around 38,000, and have been below 50,000 since mid-August. “Equity investors continue to express cautious optimism on the direction of the economy and progress with the virus,” said Mark Hackett, chief of investment research at Nationwide.
In a statement, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said that both sides made “progress and are committed to taking the steps necessary to ensure the success of the” phase one trade deal. The agreement being discussed between China and the US would ensure ‘greater protection for intellectual property rights, remove impediments to American companies in the areas of financial services and agriculture, and eliminate forced technology transfer.’ China would also agree to ‘increase their purchases of American goods’.
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Notable Earnings: Bilibili Inc ($BILI), China Petroleum & Chemical Corp ($SNP), Huazhu Group Ltd ($HTHT), Korea Electric Power Co. ($KEP), Royal Bank of Canada ($RY), Splunk Inc ($SPLK), Tiffany & Co. ($TIF),
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2020.08.25 17:06 sauce_murica Green and Gold Part 4 A closer look at United's Finances - Where Has the Money Been Spent?

Manchester United remain a global behemoth. With annual revenues in excess of £627m, [1] United is one of the most valuable clubs on the face of the planet. [1]
As explained in prior G&G installments, in purchasing United, the Glazer family loaded United with heavy debts. [1] The evolution of that debt over time has caused some to question how United are spending their money. For example, by June 2010, those debts had escalated to over £784m. [1] The infamous payment-in-kind loans were quietly repaid in 2010. At that same time, the cash earned from Ronaldo's sale (and the Aon shirt deal) was reportedly used to repay a significant portion of the bonds issued in February 2010. [1] In August 2012, half of the club's IPO proceeds were used for debt reduction, with the other half heading to Glazers. [1]
In total, this led to a bond debt reduction from 509m in June 2010, to 360m as of September 2012 --- resulting in some reputable sources to question whether it was "very possible that debt is virtually eliminated in the next few years." [1]
That has not come to pass. This entry into our Green & Gold Series takes aim at the following question: United remains one of the biggest and most profitable clubs in world football, with some of the largest revenues around. Where has the money gone?
We can do things others can only dream of Are United a Growing Giant or a Shrinking Violet?
In 2018, Ed Woodward famously stated to investors that "[p]laying performance doesn't really have a meaningful impact on what we can do on the commercial side of the business." [1]
There is some truth to this sentiment. From 2009 - 2019, the club's finances have grown significantly. [1] [2] In 2009, the club's commercial revenue was approximately 66 million. By 2019, that figure had more than quadrupled to 275 million. [1] [2] The club likewise benefited from the Premier League's own boon in popularity. From 2009 to 2019, TV revenues grew from 98 million to 241 million. [1] In total, from 2009 - 2019, matchday revenue decreased from 41% of the revenue base, to 19%. One of the results of this can be seen during COVID. While other clubs scrambled to secure finances, furloughing staff and cutting wages, United has to date been able to survive without such significant cuts. [1]
However, if a deeper look is taken into these figures, combined with the relative growth of similarly-situated clubs, cracks begin to appear in Woodward's "results don't matter" assertion. For example, as illustrated here, the club's on-again off-again relationship with the Champion's League has seen a drastic reduction in gate and TV revenue from the infamous Tuesday/Wednesday night matches:
Looking at it differently, as of 2014, by some conservative estimates the cost of missing out on CL football was approximately the cost of one Marouane Fellaini. [1] [2] By 2019, the figure was estimated by the club at around £65million (which figure excludes any potential reduction in the Adidas sponsorship deal). [1] Simply put, the cost of missing out on the sport's elite competition has grown alongside the expansion of the sport itself.
Comparing United's Growth Relative to That of Our Rivals
As recently as 2016, United's revenue growth continued to outpace rivals. [1] [2] [3] However, as years have gone by, that gap has shrunk. From 2017-2018, Liverpool's revenue growth increased nearly 100m, up to £455m from £364m --- taking them from 5th highest to 3rd highest in the league. [1] City's revenues likewise increased from £473m to £500m (2nd highest in the league). [1]
Thus, while United's revenue increased from £515m in 2016 to £590m in 2018, City's increased from £392m to £500m, and Liverpool's increased from £302m to £455m *within the span of two years. [1] [2] This change is highlighted in the following chart:
Club 2016 Revenue 2018 Revenue Growth % Difference
Manchester United £515m £590m £75m 15%
Manchester City £392m £500m £108m 28%
Liverpool £302m £455m £153m 51%
As for commercial revenue alone (an area United is often touted as being the best), the following chart highlights the relative growth of commercial revenue by comparing United to its biggest European counterparts: https://cdn.theathletic.com/app/uploads/2020/05/25080041/revenue-compares.png
As can be seen, over time United's closest rivals appear to be closing the gap on United's claim as one of, if not the, biggest clubs in world football. With that in mind - let's take a closer look at how United has expanded its global reach since the Glazer takeover in 2005.
A change in the club's branding/commercialization approach
Glazer acquired Manchester United in 2005. At the time of the takeover, "United's income of 171.5 million pounds ($323.8m) for the 2003-04 season kept them top of the list [of richest clubs] for the eighth year in a row." [1] Simply put: Glazer inherited a behemoth at the top of the footballing world.
Upon buying the club, the Glazer contingent reportedly met with staff, and according to a former executive indicated:
“They said, ‘Look, we’ve bought this club because we saw an opportunity.' They never came with, ‘We are fans of the club forever and always will be’. They didn’t claim to be anything other than businessmen and they are very good at what they do.” [1]
The change in tactic upon Glazer arrival allegedly prompted United Chairman Sir Roy Gardner and non-executive directors Ian Much and Jim O'Neill to offer their resignations. [1]
Concerns have been raised since regarding the manner by which the Glazer family extended MUFC's reach / image / branding. Edward Freedman served as managing director of the club's merchandising from 1992-97. [1] During his time at United, he took the club's merchandising operation "from a turnover of £1.2 million in 1992 to £28 million when he left five years later." [1] His work with Tottenham, and then United, was significant enough to merit BBC including him in their documentary titled "The Men That Changed Football." [1]
Asked to speak regarding the Glazers' work with United's continued expansion, Freedman responded:
“They haven’t got a clue what a brand is. It’s a very clever money-making move for them to get those deals. However, I’m sorry to say that, as far as enhancing Manchester United, it doesn’t work.” [1]
Freedman's ire related to the manner in which the club worked to increase the reach of its branding efforts. Freedman's aimed to maintain United's status as a "premium brand" and expand the club's reach by working with select, "high profile" branding partners (a la a Rolex or Porsche). Instead, Freedman's ire was drawn by the club choosing, after he left, to sign onto multiple, "lower-quality" partners. The result of this change in branding strategy can be seen through the years. For example:
Mr. Potato
Tomato Juice
X Men - Apocalypse
Independence Day - Resurgence
Yanmar
Tyres
Chevrolet's Dab University
Others in the footballing world have taken issue with how the increased commercial efforts impacted the players:
One high-profile agent privately complained that the club was “obsessed with commercialism” and “one big money-making machine”. After arriving back in the early hours following a match at West Ham, some stars were required to drive mini kids’ Chevrolets in a sponsored stunt the next day instead of resting. [1]
As for Freedman's thoughts on United's approach to branding expansion, he stated “I really can’t deal with it. We were offered all that long ago and never would accept any of it. Not for all the money in the world. Then, of course, the people who understood the brand left and people came in who saw only the recompense of taking money. But taking money for things that aren’t compatible with your brand will eventually ruin your brand. That’s what I can see them doing. The whole charisma, the whole glory of Manchester United, seems to have gone.” [1]
Freedman was not alone in this concern. In April 2007, Lee Daley (a reported lifelong United supporter), left Saatchi & Saatchi UK to become United's group commercial director. [1] He resigned four months later, with one source claiming he quickly became disillusioned at becoming "a glorified sponsorship sales manager." [1]
And although United's sponsorship efforts have resulted in some successes, including what was, at the time, one of the most profitable kit sponsorship of all time, [1] those successes have not always been well-received:
On the commercial side, the shirt sponsorship struck with Chevrolet, worth £450 million over seven seasons, was a major success. But the deal will not be renewed past 2021 and the person responsible for the deal at General Motors, Joel Ewanick, was dismissed soon after its announcement in 2012, with a spokesman saying he had “failed to meet the expectations the company has of an employee”. [1] [2]
Although some have lauded the Glazers' "industrialization/branding efforts" at United, and other clubs have since copied the process, others are more critical - claiming that United's continued growth and success has resulted more from the continued growth of the Premier League than from Glazer ingenuity.
“The step-change in television income, which came out of nowhere and could not have possibly been projected in a business plan, helped them massively.” In the UK alone, Premier League rights rose from £1.024 billion to £1.706 billion in 2007 and reached £5.136 billion in 2016. [1]
Other sources insist the Glazers did project such an increase, based upon their prior experience with US sports, including their ownership of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. [1]
Not all of the Glazers' initial plans came to fruition. For example, the Glazers reportedly initially planned to increase revenues through higher matchday costs. [1] In 2006 documents, it was outlined that the cost of matchday tickets to attend games at Old Trafford was "undervalued" despite increased pricing, on average, by 12.5% in their first season at the helm. [1] The Glazer plan envisaged a further 36% increase in matchday costs prior to the start of the 2012-13 season. [1] However, that plan was not borne into action, which is one reason matchday revenues have stayed level.
Social Media The Claimed Expansion of the Supporter-Base
Alongside the club's expanding commercial revenues, the club has repeatedly touted its expanding supporter-base to shareholders as a measure of the club's off-field success. In 2013, United claimed to shareholders that it had "659 million" supporters. [1] Stated differently, United claimed that, as of 2010, approximately 1 out of every 10 human beings on the planet supported United.
To reach that figure, United hired Kantar, a market research company, who polled 54,000 adults in 39 countries in the summer of 2011. Most questions were answered online. [1] The figures were then extrapolated to produce a number for each of those countries, with that information then extrapolated to cover the rest of the world, "taking into account such things as the popularity of football in these countries, and whether players born in them had played for Manchester United in the past." Kantar director Richard Brinkman claimed he "would back my figures and argue [they are accurate] to within a 1% margin of error." [1]
The claim drew plenty of detractors. For example, Nick Harris, editor of sports finance website SportingIntelligence.com, noted at the time that:
"In five years, purportedly, Manchester United's following has gone from 333 million, or thereabouts, to 659 million. So almost a doubling of people following Manchester United in five years. This is eyebrow-raising stuff!" [1]
Mr. Harris likewise questioned other Kantar claims, such as the suggestion "that more than 30% of South Korea's total population of 49 million were followers of Manchester United." [1] Especially in light of the live viewing figures for United in the country, at the time, registering less than one million people. [1]
By 2019, United reported to investors claiming to have 1.1 billion fans. [1] Stated differently - from 2013 to 2019, United claimed to have gone from "1 in 10" people worldwide supporting United, to "1 in 7."
The survey for the 2019 report was once more completed by Kantar.
We're Man United and We'll Spend What We Want
Alongside being one of the top earning clubs in world football, United are also one of the top spending clubs. As discussed previously, [1] United are not shrinking violets in the transfer market - with one of the highest net spends over the last decade. [1] [2]
Let's take a closer look at where United, under Glazer ownership, has spent those funds.
Player Signings
United last won the Premier League in 2013 under Sir Alex Ferguson. Since that time, United have spent over £1.015 billion on player purchases. [1] [2] But let's break that down a bit further. First, let's take a look at what that billion has gotten us:
Year Signed Manager Player Position Cost
2020 Solskjaer Bruno Fernandes Mid £49.50m
2019 Solskjaer Harry Maguire CB £78.30m
2019 Solskjaer Aaron Wan Bissaka RB £49.50m
2019 Solskjaer Daniel James RW £15.30m
2018 Mourinho Fred CM £53.10m
2018 Mourinho Dalot RB £19.80m
2018 Mourinho Lee Grant GK £1.53m
2017 Mourinho Romelu Lukaku ST £76.23m
2017 Mourinho Nemanja Matic CM £40.23m
2017 Mourinho Victor Lindelof CB £31.50m
2017 Mourinho Alexis Sanchez ST Mkhitaryan
2016 Mourinho Paul Pogba CM £94.50m
2016 Mourinho Henrikh Mkhitaryan RW £37.80m
2016 Mourinho Eric Bailly CB £34.20m
2015 van Gaal Anthony Martial LW/ST £54.00m
2015 van Gaal Morgan Schneiderlin CM £31.50m
2015 van Gaal Memphis Depay LW £30.60m
2015 van Gaal Matteo Darmian RB £16.20m
2015 van Gaal Bastian Schweinsteiger CM £8.10m
2014 van Gaal Angel di Maria LW £67.50m
2014 van Gaal Luke Shaw LB £33.75m
2014 van Gaal Ander Herrera CM £32.40m
2014 van Gaal Marcos Rojo LB/CB £18.00m
2014 van Gaal Daley Blind LB/CB £15.75m
2014 van Gaal Falcao ST £6.84m (loan fee)
2014 van Gaal Vanja Milinkovic-Savic GK £1.58m
2013 Moyes Juan Mata RW/CM £40.26m
2013 Moyes Marouane Fellaini CM £29.16m
All figures in this thread are taken from Transfermarkt.
Prior to that, from 2005-2012, Sir Alex spent a total of £362.8m. Accordingly, from 2005 to date, under Glazer ownership United has spent £1.3778 billion on player acquisitions.
Player Sales
Year Player Transfer Fee
2005 Phil Neville £4.77m
2005 Kleberson £2.34m
2006 Ruud van Nistelrooy £13.50m
2006 David Jones £1.35m
2006 Jonathan Sepctor £675,000
2006 David Bellion £450,000
2006 Luke Steele £225,000
2007 Gabriel Heinze £10.8m
2007 Giuseppe Rossi £9m
2007 Alan Smith £8.1m 
2007 Kieran Richardson £7.38m
2007 Tim Howard £3.78m
2007 Phil Bardsley £2.7m
2008 Gerard Pique £4.5m
2008 Chris Eagles £1.35m
2008 Mikael Silvestre £855,000
2009 Cristiano Ronaldo £84.60m
2009 Frazier Campbell £3.69m
2009 Manucho £2.48m
2009 Lee Martin £2.03m
2009 Danny Simpson £779,000
2010 Zoran Tosic £8.55m
2010 Ben Foster £6.3m
2011 John O'Shea £4.05m
2011 Gabriel Obertan £3.06m
2011 Mama Diouf £1.62m
2011 Wes Brown £1.35m
2011 Danny Drinkwater £810,000
2011 Darron Gibson £540,000
2011 Jue Dudgeon £86,000
2012 Dimitar Berbatov £4.50m
2012 Ji-sung Park £2.79m
2012 Ritchie De Laet £1.13m
2014 Danny Welbeck £18.00m
2014 Shinji Kagawa £7.20m
2014 Alexander Buttner £4.95m
2014 Wilfried Zaha £3.42m
2014 Chicharito £2.70m (loan fee)
2014 Bebe £2.70m
2014 Michael Keane £2.30m
2014 Patrice Evra £1.71m
2015 Angel di Maria £56.70m
2015 Chicharito £10.80m
2015 Jonny Evans £7.47m
2015 Robin van Persie £5.85m
2015 Nani £5.40m
2015 Rafael £2.88m
2015 Angelo Henriquez £1.50m
2015 Reece James £1.26m
2016 Morgan Schneiderlin £20.70m
2016 Memphis Depay £14.40m
2016 Paddy McNair £4.73m
2016 Tyler Blackett £1.62m
2016 Will Keane £1.08m
2017 Henrikh Mkhitaryan Sanchez
2017 Adnan Januzaj £7.65m
2017 Andreas Pereira £2.70m (loan fee)
2018 Daley Blind £14.40m
2018 Sam Johnstone £6.62m
2018 Marouane Fellaini £6.48m
2019 Romelu Lukaku £66.60m
2019 Chris Smalling £2.70m (loan fee)
2019 Matteo Darmian £2.23m
2019 Ashley Young £1.53m
In total, United has recovered £488.42m (plus one Alexis Sanchez) from player sales/loans.
Accordingly, under Glazer ownership, Manchester United has a total net spend of £889.38m.

So Where Has the Money Gone?

The Cost of a Takeover & Multiple Re-Financings
The Glazer family acquired United in 2005. United spent more money paying the interest costs associated with the newfound debt than they spent on player acquisitions any year between 2005 - when the club was acquired - and 2013 - when the debt was refinanced. [1] [2] [3]
In 2013, United refinanced their debt. By refinancing, United repaid about half of its outstanding bonds using a new bank loan from Bank of America. [1] By doing so, United reduced the club's interest bill from around £31m per year (pro-forma post the IPO) to around £21m per year. [1]
By the summer of 2015, Manchester United refinanced the club's debt on four separate occasions - the last of which occurred in 2015. [1] In 2015, the club's debt stood at £382m, with total annual interest costs of £20m. [1] The refinancing reduced the cash interest paid.
The amount of interest paid between 2005 and 2015 can be visualized here:
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Public float profits Glazers
Some have viewed the public float of the club's stock as evidence of a possible future in which the club is sold. To date, reality has not matched this expectation.
The initial public float raked in £150 million in funds. Per some reports, the initial plan was for the Glazers to pocket the full profits from the float, but the NYSE expressed reservations with that plan. [1]. Ultimately, half of the funds was used to pay off some of the club's takeover debt. [1] The remaining half landed in Glazer pockets. [1] [2]
Despite the funds realized from the float, the target price for the shares was $16-20 per share. The price was ultimately set at $14/share. [1] [2]
Hopes that the float would result in greater transparency were likewise short-lived. "Classed as an 'emerging growth' company, [1] United were exempted from having to reveal all their financial data to the market, [1] a position they reinforced by moving company registry from Old Trafford to the Cayman Islands." [1] [2] And by setting different voting rights for Class A and B shares, and retaining the Class B shares, the Glazers were able to retain a 78% ownership interest in the club - and an iron grip on the club's voting rights. [1]
Glazer Profits
Per the most recent financial reports, annual dividends total approximately £84 million. [1] In January, dividends of £11.3 million went to shareholders. [1] The Glazer family currently owns approximately 78% of the club, meaning they split approximately £8.8 million of that equally. [1]
In addition, the Glazers recovered approximately £75 million from the NYSE listing, together with loans to other companies (between 2005-'12), and further share sales. In total, the Glazers have made more than £200m selling slices of their shareholdings to investors. [1]
Upon refinancing the club's debt in 2010, the paperwork submitted revealed the Glazers had, since 2006, been paid £10m in “management and administration fees” and Kassewitz and each of her five brothers had borrowed £1.66m, £10m in total, from the club. [1] The total paid to the board and executive management in 2018-19 was £10.7m, which the accounts do not break down individually. Woodward is paid by a subsidiary company, Manchester United Football Club Ltd; his salary in 2017-18, the most recently published, was £4.152m. [1]
By comparison, in nine years at Liverpool, FSG has put in a net £100m. [1] Meanwhile, since initially purchasing the club in a £790 million leveraged takeover, the Glazers have "personally received close to £200 million from the club." [1]

Conclusion

In total, by some estimates the Glazers' ownership has cost the club £1.5 billion in interest, debt and other outgoing expenses. [1] By comparison, United has spent £1.3778 billion on player acquisitions, and recovered £488.42m from sales/loans, for a net spend of £889.38m. In total, Glazer ownership has cost United £610.6m more than United have spent on player acquisitions from 2005 to date.
Past Green & Gold Installments:
Part One: Who are the Glazers?
Part Two: The Takeover: How did that happen?
Part Three: The Glazer Transfer History - Can Insight be Gleaned regarding our Potential Summer Business?
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2020.08.24 12:52 Damsauro PC Freezes and programs stop working properly.

Hello. I'm desperate at this point. I have tried almost everything to diagnose my PC, but I'm out of ideas.
The Issue
Everything is seemingly working normally, then, I notice things like videos stop moving but audio keeps working. Opening some programs works but they don't appear with their icons in the taskbar, they appear transparent.
It behaves super weird, I can move my mouse and type, but pressing a key to spam a letter doesn't work, only pressing it multiple times. The clock and it's app freeze. I'm able to create a text file and write in it, but it doesn't appear after a reboot. The calculator still works, but I cant launch it again after closing it. changing Discord servers is buggy, and I have to minimize it and open it to see the server change. Last time it happened, I could control + alt + del once, then it stopped working. You get the point, programs don't really work, and it seems that when they are used or closed, they worsen.
Only way to shutdown the computer is by holding the power button. I can navigate to the start menu but the restart, sleep or shutdown buttons don't work.
What I have done to try to solve it
I've ran the following tests and improvements:
All tests came alright, RAM shows no errors, both SSD are healthy. **The only thing I suspect is a problem is the CPU, when the freeze occured NZXT showed the CPU at 0% load and HWInfo showed the "Power reporting Deviation" as 81.5% and in red (minimum value). Maximum was 392.9% and average was 201.6%.
The only thing left for me is to install MotherBoard drivers like network, chipset, etc. which I don't think will solve the problem.
Specs
AGE: 8 month old computer.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
Motheroard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. B450 AORUS ELITE
RAM: Kingston KHX3200C16D4/8GX DDR4 (Two sticks, currently using only 1)
Storage (Both are SSD):
OperatingSystem: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (x64) Build 19041.450 (2004/May 2020 Update)
One monitor Is 60Hz, the other one is 144Hz but I’ve set it to 60Hz so it matches the other one.
All BIOS settings are default except for Fan Speeds set by System Information Viewer. No Over Clocking at all.
Extra
If I remember correctly this issue started happened a month ago, around the time I got my second monitor. The computer previously restarted when in IDLE and after sleeping, or sometimes a blue screen after sleeping, but I don't know if this issue is related. Recently I've only gotten a reset after sleep and while IDLE, but I wouldn't be surprised if I got a blue screen.
The reset created a Mini Dump file which after analyzing it with WinDbg Preview It seemed to be something related to drivers, although this is far outside of the scope of my ability. This was part of the what WinDbg Preview said:
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (3b) An exception happened while executing a system service routine. Arguments: Arg1: 00000000c0000005, Exception code that caused the bugcheck 
Oh, and event viewer gives me a seemingly harmless warning that says: DistributedCOM, event ID 10016 "The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID " and a bit more info.
If something occurs to you I'd be very thankful, since I'm giving up.
Thank You.

EDIT: IT WAS NZXT CAM CAUSING THE ISSUE, STOPPED USING IT AND THE FREEZES STOPPED. IF YOU HAVE THIS ISSUE JUST DISABLE IT FROM RUNNING ON STARTUP

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