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  1. Trains leaving the station. If you're on board, hang on!
  2. 🔷 🙌 held on waiting for the second squeeze. It's not a loss til you sell Volumes are still low, lots of gamma left to squeeze on this one
  3. Diamond hands today boys. Remember what happened with VW. It was the second squeeze that made millionaires, not the first http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Nr8vkBriAuo/U0RSt0E3_1I/AAAAAAAAAs0/fDcm_9XTzI0/s1600/volkswagen.gif
  4. Is that last sentence a question? do a budget, and get a quote today for what it would cost to buy healthcare off the street (if you have no healthcare post retirement). What I’ve seen, and it makes sense to me, is to retire at say 62, do 2 years of low spend (ie dont go sail around the world), lots of staycation / explore the area around you with a car / learn what it feels like to be retired. As part of that you’ll validate your budget (ie costs to live retired). At the end of that you’ll be 64, maybe a few years from tapping 401k and beyond that SS. Then you can expand the budget
  5. There’s a saying - once you win the game, stop playing. You don’t provide any numbers but I’m getting the impression that you’ve won the game. if I were you I would focus on a cash “bridge” to get me between retirement and SS. I’d also postpone SS as long as possible likely 70) as a long life “hedge” / insurance. Assume you’ll start tapping 401ks at 67 or so. So you need a five year bridge
  6. I always wondered what trans Siberian orchestra did in the spring / summer
  7. If it were my daughter I’d tell her to buy a used car, <$10k. Use a 2 year loan to pay it off. No lease, no new car.
  8. She shouldn’t have paid off the debt until negotiating w the debtor to also remove it from her credit report. Prob too late now. if I were her I would dispute that in writing to the bureaus. The debtors have x days to respond. If they don’t it’s gone. Since it’s paid off they may not respond.
  9. Can you get a new job at 54? I’ve heard of many people taking a new easy gig at 54/55 just to access this policy.
  10. What I do these days is not bother buying tickets until a day or two before the show. Someone will need to change their plans and you can get them cheaper then
  11. Anything notable other than they stopped working? as the poster above noted, it a ncvt. Turn off the circuit that feeds the light in the panel. You know it’s off when the ncvt shows no voltage on the hot wire. open each switch one by one and check the connections. There should be 4 wires. Black red white green. Make sure they are secure. If not sure open them and reseat them. Check the two switches. The switches are the main moving parts so they are likeliest to fail. If you still have issues, replace each switch. It’s like $2 each. Replace both and then rechec
  12. I've heard of them applying it retroactively, I would check
  13. it's the opposite of flexible, so prob not good for you. Just want to be sure you know all options
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