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    painter
    $KNOS conversation
    #tbt Breaking snapshot of yesterdays Fluff tbt play from the past! Here’s another PBC press release - almost identical

    https://www.helloresolve.com/press-release/resolve-reincorporates-as-a-public-benefit-corporation/

    Resolve reincorporates as a Public Benefit Corporation, citing “purpose, accountability and transparency”
    November 7, 2019
    Resolve
    OAKLAND — November 7, 2019 — Resolve Innovations, Inc., a company founded to help people in financial distress, today announced that it has reincorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation, becoming one of nearly 5,000 companies that have modified their obligations to shareholders, committing to higher standards of purpose in their business. To put it simply, Resolve has committed to ensuring that the interests of consumers are at the core of its operating principles — as opposed to holding profits as its one and only north star.

    “Purpose, accountability and transparency have been baked into Resolve’s DNA since we founded the company in 2017,” said Alex Mooradian, CEO of Resolve. “The move to become a Public Benefit Corporation is a critical part of our evolution as a business that puts people over profits. This will allow us to create long-term value for all our stakeholders, including investors, employees and most importantly, the consumers we help every day.”

    The Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) is a governance model that broadens the perspective of traditional corporate law by incorporating values such as purpose, accountability and transparency into their business model. PBCs are for-profit companies that are obligated to consider the impact of their decisions on society, not only shareholders.

    Resolve’s mission is to help people in financial distress navigate their way out of debt and back to financial health. The company offers unbiased advice, technology that makes financial decisions easier, helpful educational content and referrals to debt relief professionals who are held to a high standard of integrity and transparency. Three core values are at the heart of Resolve’s operations and align with the mission-driven purpose of a PBC:

    Trust: From educational content and high-tech know-how to partners who offer the best service at the lowest price, Resolve empowers people to break free from debt.
    Expertise: With decades of combined experience in finance, Resolve’s debt experts are committed to sharing their knowledge to help consumers choose their own path to financial health.
    Fairness: Unlike many traditional debt relief companies, Resolve operates with complete transparency — about pricing and about every available option to improve one’s financial situation.
    Reincorporating as a public benefit corporation is both a strategic business decision for Resolve and a timely one for consumers, as stories from major media outlets uncover some hard truths about debt settlement companies. Some prey on struggling consumers, often leaving them worse off, with “high fees, damaged credit scores and unexpected income-tax bills.”

    “Unfortunately, the financial services industry — specifically, the debt relief industry — is full of companies looking to take advantage of people who are under a heavy burden of debt,” said Mooradian. “Many of the solutions they sell are commission-based and difficult to understand. Some of their practices are downright deceptive. We founded Resolve to disrupt this unethical industry with a responsible alternative. And now with our status as a public benefit corporation, we are demonstrating to the public that we are walking the walk.”

    Resolve joins the ranks of a rising tide of companies — both high-profile companies and startups alike — who have become PBCs. Examples that have become household names include Kickstarter, Plum Organics, King Arthur Flour, Etsy and Patagonia. Other fintech startup companies include Lemonade, Inc., Summer and Savi.

    About Resolve

    Resolve helps people in financial distress navigate their way to financial health. Consumers can use Resolve to explore all their options. We provide unbiased educational resources, tools, customized action plans and referrals to an integrated network of honest and affordable debt relief service providers. The providers in the Resolve Network — negotiators, attorneys, counselors and other debt experts — are available to consumers should they wish to use them. Visit helloresolve.com for more information.

    About Public Benefit Corporations (PBCs)

    A PBC is a for-profit corporation with modified corporate governance provisions. PBCs make additional commitments to higher standards of purpose, accountability and transparency:

    Purpose: PBCs commit to creating public benefit and sustainable value in addition to generating profit. This sustainability is an integral part of their value proposition.
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    Today is December 21 and the stock is being traded as low as $15.21 after the first hour of the pre-market. The stock shed 18.35% from its recent high of $18.63 on December 9 after eight trading days. It may even get to 20% after during the regular trading hours today will try to acquire more shares as I explained on my Dec 11th post. I have bought a small size puts upon my prediction in the earlier post and closed the position on Friday even though I believed I was closing the position too early. Almost always I happen to open and close my position too early and leave half of the possible profits on the table.

    #TBT

    "I'd like to wait 20% drop minimum over the stock's most recent highest price of $18.63 to reconsider adding AAL shares slowly into my portfolio. This is simply because I want to buy them 10% below the price I sold two-thirds of my AAL shares. I wrote covered calls expiring by Christmas on the remaining. That's all the risk I can take at the moment before the turn of the year."
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    As of 12/15 the short interest stands at 160,823.723, a surge of 13.4% or 18,975,256 in the first half of the month of December. This figure is pretty much the same compare to a month ago since there was no significant change in short interest in the second half of the month of November.

    #TBT
    TimT18 days ago

    "In the first 7 trading days of December, the stock has gained as much as 31.8%. Does that mean there are new AAL buyers in the market? In the past, based on my observation and data I collected, I would have said Shorts haven’t probably reduced their position significantly during the seven days. This is simply because the daily trading volume is higher in parallel to other figures such as price fluctuations in different time frequencies in December."
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    The short interest has risen by 4.3% (6,507,000 shares) in the first period of July. It currently stands at 150.2MM.

    #TBT

    TimT6 days ago
    $AAL conversation
    I mentioned earlier that the short interest has been up by more than 13% in the month of June and I believe it's continued to grow in the first period of July as well.
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    The short interest has risen by 5.74% (≈8,630,000 shares) in the second period of the month of July. It currently stands at 158.83MM.

    Also, the short interest has risen by 10.53% (≈15,135,000 shares) in July.

    Moreover, the short interest was up in the month of June by 16.712MM (13.16%) shares as well.

    I had kept saying it was safer and more logical to go long than short AAL when the stock price was $11.

    #TBT

    TimT16 days agoReplied to a reaction

    $AAL conversation

    Btw, since July is almost over, I also tend to believe that the short interest is slightly up in the second part of the month(July).
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    #TBT

    TimT13 days ago

    "One thing I have observed in a long time of trading is that these big price fluctuations and particularly, price going up ridiculously with no logical basis should be worrisome for many. This is also happening before Q2 report. That would mean, market-movers pulled the price as high as possible prior to possibly dumping the shares on the ordinary folks once again. They have already been doing it for a few days. For those who are optimistic about airline sector, ask yourself what the Q2 earnings will look like? I hope I am mistaken but if you are a short term long position investor on airline sector and particularly on AAL, you better be careful.

    A lot of things makes no sense in the market and trading equities is no longer what it was in the past. Trend does matter! If some big traders attract enough numbers and mobilize them like heard, they may achieve what they want.

    I have been long on ALL since March 2019, I locked in for the sale price of $15.55 due Friday. Yes, It looks like I got out too early and missed a great opportunity that could have tripled my gains. However, I believe I did better than Warren Buffett, who took a lot of loss and got out of the airlines. He is sitting on a lot of cash, he has been patient. His time will come. I'll be waiting to see the developments in the coming days.

    You need to pay attention to some developments in the overall market. The economist are estimating that the U.S. economy will shrink more than 30% for the quarter and over 5% for the year. Imagine airlines stock prices stayed low and they provided the quarterly financial reports. What do you think the stock price would have been then? But now, if it goes down, it goes down either to prior level or below, which means everyone including all big investors except short position holders lose. This was an opportunity for them to strategize their overall position with minimum damage or some profits.

    As I said in my previous posts, pricing will be based on manipulations and speculations until planes are flying with 80% and above. The debt is piling up for companies and consumers. 42 millions of lost jobs will not be regained in a short time while the presidential election is approaching.

    Hence, you trade base on speculation for the next 6 months. I called it back then, in the earlier period of the pandemic, when the big pricing fluctuations occurred that trading will resume based on speculations, and find the highest lowest figures for the period, $3-4 range, and get in and out of trades.

    Technology stocks have done well but they will be affected as well once the demand slows down for tech stocks. There are some who are immune to the recent crises but they are not many. Investors are going for those stocks because they seem to protect their money even if the gains may be small compare to the previous financial periods.


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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    #TBT

    TimT2 days ago

    "I have mentioned that I had bought weekly and bi-weekly calls deep ITM a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately,.......I have sold them as well for an average price of $20.65 this morning. In other words, I was supposed to increase my long position by 150%. Now I am back to my earlier position. This is also because of what I have said in my earlier post yesterday.

    Well, now, I hope to have available capital and I will write some OTM bi-weekly puts but not too far OTM. I can risk the recent gains from the calls. As of today, I am up about 53% on $AAL for the year, 2021. I will wait to see if the share price drops to $20 or below and write puts $19."
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    I didn't really expect it to drop so much and regain all the loss on the same day but hey, this was a really nice surprise to me. I anticipate a pull back in AAL share price soon again regardless of what happened yesterday was just a curveball. But, you see how fast the share price went down from $21 to $18.74!

    I am just gonna get in and out of trades nowadays. I won't add any new shares to my long position which I have covered calls on them. I won't have any position in AAL unless the stock price drops below $20 or even $19 within 3-4 weeks. Let's see where the share price is gonna be until then.

    Things to remember:
    1) The 2020 taxes need to be filed in 6 weeks.
    2) Any positive change in yields presents alternative investment opportunities to manage risks.
    3) The trading trend has shown there happens a pull back once in every month at least. In other words, the traders will always have a better entry point that the present time.

    I think the market is going to pull back soon including the airline stocks in spite of the fact the airline index is probably doing better than all or most indexes. It has a gain of 25% for the year and 89% in the last six months however it is still in a loss territory, -3.5% as of yesterday, since the beginning of 2020. Maybe, the hedge funds will move the airline stocks up some more and then start selling shares once they are in the positive territory.

    I will wait low $18s to consider opening a long position assuming all my shares will be called away by the third week of March. I prefer short term short puts over calls. Meanwhile, I will do day trading.
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    Henry
    Opinions on $TBT after the big spike in treasury yields and debt ceiling?
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    Chickenstick1
    $TBT $C $JPM $GS $AXP $DFS keep an eye on treasury yields. Long end looks to rising while financial stocks diverge. Could make for a good entry.
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    Toth Enterprises
    $KNOS conversation
    #tbt Kronos Insiders only need apply! Cant lose with the stuff we use! These 6s are SUPER SPHERICAL and cheap in nature! Grab these Safe Spherical 6s as we soar to the moon folks! Free pizza & Hot dogs for Insiders C/o Josh Caleb & Company being served up on Hazel Street in Akron Ohio! Insiders and Share holders need apply!
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    Geez, it's another 3.16% drop in the after-hours trading. You might have missed reading this!

    TimT yesterday
    #TBT

    "I didn't really expect it to drop so much and regain all the loss on the same day but hey, this was a really nice surprise to me. I ANTICIPATE A PULL BACK IN AAL SHARE PRICE SOON AGAIN REGARDLESS OF WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY(meaning $AAL roller coaster on Wednesday) WAS JUST A CURVEBALL. But, you see how fast the share price went down from $21 to $18.74!

    I am just gonna get in and out of trades nowadays. I won't add any new shares to my long position which I have covered calls on them. I won't have any position in AAL unless the stock price drops below $20 or even $19 within 3-4 weeks. Let's see where the share price is gonna be until then.

    Things to remember:
    1) The 2020 taxes need to be filed in 6 weeks.
    2) Any positive change in yields presents alternative investment opportunities to manage risks.
    3) The trading trend has shown there happens a pull back once in every month at least. In other words, the traders will always have a better entry point that the present time.

    I think the market is going to pull back soon including the airline stocks in spite of the fact the airline index is probably doing better than all or most indexes. It has a gain of 25% for the year and 89% in the last six months however it is still in a loss territory, -3.5% as of yesterday, since the beginning of 2020. Maybe, the hedge funds will move the airline stocks up some more and then start selling shares once they are in the positive territory.

    I will wait low $18s to consider opening a long position assuming all my shares will be called away by the third week of March. I prefer short term short puts over calls. Meanwhile, I will do day trading."
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    TimT
    $AAL conversation
    #TBT

    TimT14 days agoReplied to a reaction
    $AAL conversation

    "The daily volume is dropping lately. If the trend continues, the short ratio will be higher. This situation generally signals higher level of shorting in the near future causing decline in share price before Shorts can attempt to cover some of their positions at a lower share price as I mentioned in post 18 days ago, 'a decline in short interest usually happens when there is positive correlation between daily volume and price, both of which move downward and stays low for a certain period of time.'"

    TimT3 days ago Replied to a reaction
    $AAL conversation

    "The stock price has seen $15 earlier but slightly bounced off from the day's low. As long as the "crazy man" remains in the office for the next ten days or so, political instability domestically may persist even though his "twitter toy" is taken away from him and he may be even impeached. None of them are good for those who have long position in AAL. As I said this decline may last as many as eight weeks but we have been half way through that period though we still haven't seen any significant amount of shorting yet. So far Shorts are cautiously pushing the price down but all the negative events and sentiments in the market and airliners particularly (AAL is one with the worse sentiment among them all), they have the advantage. Having said that, probably, not next week, if it happens, it's great, but I expect the stock price bounce back following the next week due to the low figures in options while the short interest is noticeably very high."

    I'd like to say that I uttered the last sentence without realizing or rather I forgot for a moment that we are very close to the release date of earnings report. That makes the situation a little bit bleak. Unless the buy side gains momentum in the coming days, there is no rush for short-holders to attempt to cover some short position. Particularly, I tend to think a cautionary speculative move has been already taken to prevent any unexpected price surge in the options market this week meaning Shorts are adamant to suppress the stock price and they see no real threat for it to surge in the coming days.

    Let's see if we are going to experience a big shorting this week. The way the positions of options are placed in, it suggests the price can be pushed further down this week. If it happens, the likelihood of a temporary short-lived stock price surge (4%-5%) can still happen next week. I am just not sure where the price will stand prior to it and the earnings. It looks like AAL share price will be protean in the coming days.
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    Josh
    $TBT conversation
    a month ago 20 year treasury yields were 2.65%, today they are 2.86%, that's an 8% bump.
    a month ago TBT was trading at $40 - 8% on $40 would be $43.20 and this is supposed to move twice as fast, implying $46.40 price not $41.80, ARGH!!
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    Steve-RationallyBullishOn1181
    $TBT conversation
    Hi everyone, what is the consensus here about buying TBT? I know it is very foolish to try and pick tops, but it seems to me like being short the 30-year treasury is the right play here....Fed has indicated a rate hike is coming in the near future, Eurozone has not added fiscal stimulus, ad it looks like we have put in a major top at the 176 level in the 30-year.

    Anyone here more experienced with fixed income that can chime in?
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    Troy Hoffman
    $TBT conversation
    I have been trading this ETF for the last year, if it goes up down a buck on econ fears or for whatever world issue we have I buy and take a small profit 2-3 days later about ten trades and one loss. I feel we are at a solid support level if it gets to 30.50 I buy and sell at 31.30 or higher. I just cant see long rates going any lower and if they do they move slowly at this level. Look at the upside if we the US has a currency issue the sky is the limit what would 5% long treasuries look like in the price of TBT, its worth the risk for a portion of your portfolio, also its a hedge.
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    Matt
    $TBT conversation
    i hate this stock......it should be going up but it just WONT
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    Scott
    $TBT conversation
    Going to talk to a Securities Attorney about this ETF…i smell Fraud in the Air….10 year at 2.60% today and TBT…is down?
    Total Fraud Market….i will sue to Find out who is responsible.
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    Josh
    $TBT conversation
    what happens to this when the fed bumps rates dec 14th? do we get a pop?
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    Christopher
    $TBT conversation
    TBT is not tracking the upward movement in bond yields at present as in the past. Some examples: April 2013 had a 10 year yield of 1.66 and TBT price of 59.3; June 21 2015 has 2.48/51.9; December 28 2015 has 2.27/44.0 and now we have 2.43/41.7 There seems quite a lag in the current TBT price. Any explanations?
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    Elizabeth
    $SCR.TO conversation
    HEXO #tbt