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Sideshow Bob

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  1. Coincidentally, the name of my Vapors cover band and escort service
  2. Spoken like someone who didn't just get back the results of their Covid test.
  3. Lomez ended up pulling the trigger on this a couple of days ago, for better or worse. Basically paying off (refinancing, if you prefer) his car with risk. In the end, it looks like this. All 20-30% premiums. FSLY was higher than it is today at the point the puts were written. It seems the most likely of the 4 to result in assignment, which would be about a $61 basis. I can live with that FSLY Jan '22 $80 PLTR Aug $20 DKNG Jan '22 $40 FLGT Jul $55
  4. You can. It depends on the Ticker you use. For example, IIRC, NGA is the ticker for Northern Genesis shares. NGA/WS is the ticker for Northern Genesis Warrants. NGA/U is the ticker to get both. Typically you'll start with just the "U" version when the SPAC starts, then they split them into the W and the Shares, as well.
  5. Samsung, I believe. Though the reading i did on the subject a while back made that seem like calling the Jags competitors of the Chiefs. Technically? Sure.
  6. I think last year [s]I[/s], er, um, Sacamano started the weekend before the SB, and they were filled in a few days. We have plenty of time to procrastinate.
  7. I know you've mentioned being a fan of GBTC. No concerns wrt it when we get a BTC ETF later this year? I have to think there will be substantial outflows at that point.
  8. I have no idea what to trim to add cash. I want it all. And I want it now.
  9. Thoprawishes to his family and friends. GMTAN was always better when he would pop in.
  10. Really, it's just the regulatory issues that cause me to say that. They likely will not have the same experience they would have in the US, so it probably is a net positive for them. In the US, regulators would use the bank as an excuse to dig into every other part of the company, no matter how insulated the bank is from everything else. "Oh, you make cars and you own a bank? We're going to have to take a look at the auto manufacturer's labor agreements, pension funding, every detail of your EV credit program, that redesign you did of the '20 sports car, and the results of your executive
  11. This is a horrible decision for most companies. Though neither the company nor the bank are US-based, so probably not the same regulatory headache.
  12. The Lion Electric CEO was on Mad Money yesterday https://www.thestreet.com/jim-cramer/engines-of-innovation-cramers-mad-money-recap-january-13
  13. Yet somehow it appears to be available on webull
  14. I don't know why it would be any different than any acquisition. This is what I would expect. Though I can't say I know definitively.
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