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  1. Joe, wishing you a speedy recovery so you can enjoy the wedding!
  2. Just wash sale rules. It won’t show up as a loss for tax purposes until you close out the position. This prevents you from racking up short term realized losses and reducing your tax bill while still owning the same position.
  3. Retail accounts aren’t able to trade May. But Continuing to ride June down is an option. Name your next boat Contango.
  4. well, Trump was wrong. They agreed to 10 million barrels (sort of) and oil prices are flat. Not exactly “GREAT”. They are out of room to cut and running out of storage. I am still short oil.
  5. Wish I had put more shorts on in oil. Trump’s tweet last week was pure fantasy. No way Russia and the Saudis cut 2/3 of their daily production without US producers agreeing to any cuts. They couldn’t agree on 1/10 if that reduction a month ago.
  6. Not sure how the Puerto Rican justice system works and if there are jury trials or not. I am guessing this is Puerto Rico protecting the cruise industry and this will be settled when they drop their lawsuit with the cruise line. Or maybe there is video and he screwed up.
  7. Looks like the Puerto Rican authorities charged the grandfather with negligent homicide. Might hurt their case against the cruise line. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/10/28/us/toddler-cruise-ship-death-grandfather-charged/index.html
  8. Ross in. (According to sources) We’ll see if he can transition from teammate/friend/grandpa to manager.
  9. Anarchy, tough situation. I would suggest you read Bigbottom’s post above a few times. Really great advice there especially regarding the stance you, your wife and son are taking. I don’t know your son at all except for what you have posted here. But, there are more than enough examples you have posted that would indicate why a teacher might give him low marks for character and leadership that wouldn’t show up on a report card or in a disciplinary action but might be reflected in an NHS application. Especially if they don’t see the good things he is doing outside the classroom. You mentioned political differences with teachers, ridiculing classmates (possibly in front of teachers and the rest of the class) for missing a question or getting a less than perfect grade, going above a teacher’s head on an issue, an older brother who was a troublemaker and a family who has on multiple occasions questioned teacher and administrative decisions to the point of having policy changed to (seemingly) favor him. I don’t believe a group of teachers got together and plotted to get back at your son by giving him low scores for NHS. Teachers are usually way too busy trying to help kids to worry about screwing a kid over. I am guessing a few teachers came to these decisions independently and it’s not the system screwing your son over on this. But, I don’t know much. So, take it for what it’s worth. To bring it back to college admissions, sounds like the letters of recommendation are already in. Here’s hoping you picked the right teachers. Best of luck to you and your son with this situation and your college application process.
  10. I think I am going to put Zillow value minus commissions for sale of my house, cost of fixing up my house for sale, cost of renting a one bedroom apartment since I just sold my house to get all the equity out to pay for college, and cost of a divorce attorney.
  11. That’s messed up. One of many things in this process that’s messed up.
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