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Here is a Market Recap for today, Wed, Sept 9. Please enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Stocks shot up today and recovered some losses after sharp declines in big tech stocks. After several red days, shares of Amazon (AAPL), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT) and other big companies rallied. On a sour note, reopening stocks (travel, cruise lines, airlines, hotels, etc) were down after AstraZeneca (AZN) announced it had its COVID-19 vaccine trial paused.
The S&P finished 2.08% up, the Nasdaq was 2.92%, leading the day, and the Dow finished 1.68% up. The volatility index (VIX) was down 4.8%, indicating increased risk appetite in traders.
Today, it was announced that AstraZeneca, a forerunner in the development of the COVID vaccine announced a pause of their experimental trial after one patient became more ill, pledging to make safety a priority and take the time necessary to let science prevail. This setback comes in stark contrast to politicians and governments who seem to imply a cure is just around the corner. Shares of AstraZeneca sank 2%, while those of companies competing to develop a Covid-19 vaccine including Moderna (MRNA) and Novavax (NVAX) rose.
US oil prices plunged nearly 7% today, after Saudi Aramco, the largest oil producer in the world, announced it would be slashing its selling price to Asia and the United States, per Bloomberg. "Oil demand globally is really sluggish. All of the low hanging fruit from the global oil recovery has already happened," said Michael Tran, managing director of global energy strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
Asia-Us cargo rates are at the highest since March lows. For bulls evidence of a rebounding economy, for bears activity is fueled by liquidity and the shoe has yet to drop.
Highlights
Notable Earnings for Tomorrow Thur Sept 10: FuelCell FCEL (BO), Chewy CHWY (AH), Dave & Busters PLAY (AH), Oracle ORCL (AH), Peloton PTON (AH)
Interesting recent CEO purchase transactions: MNLO $100k, CWH $3MM, VST $750k, BKR $1MM, FRG $4.5MM, IVZ $3MM, SDC $10MM, PLAG $1.7MM
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Market Recap for today Wed Sept 9 - Please enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Stocks shot up today and recovered some losses after sharp declines in big tech stocks. After several red days, shares of Amazon (AAPL), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT) and other big companies rallied. On a sour note, reopening stocks (travel, cruise lines, airlines, hotels, etc) were down after AstraZeneca (AZN) announced it had its COVID-19 vaccine trial paused.
The S&P finished 2.08% up, the Nasdaq was 2.92%, leading the day, and the Dow finished 1.68% up. The volatility index (VIX) was down 4.8%, indicating increased risk appetite in traders.
Today, it was announced that AstraZeneca, a forerunner in the development of the COVID vaccine announced a pause of their experimental trial after one patient became more ill, pledging to make safety a priority and take the time necessary to let science prevail. This setback comes in stark contrast to politicians and governments who seem to imply a cure is just around the corner. Shares of AstraZeneca sank 2%, while those of companies competing to develop a Covid-19 vaccine including Moderna (MRNA) and Novavax (NVAX) rose.
US oil prices plunged nearly 7% today, after Saudi Aramco, the largest oil producer in the world, announced it would be slashing its selling price to Asia and the United States, per Bloomberg. "Oil demand globally is really sluggish. All of the low hanging fruit from the global oil recovery has already happened," said Michael Tran, managing director of global energy strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
Asia-Us cargo rates are at the highest since March lows. For bulls evidence of a rebounding economy, for bears activity is fueled by liquidity and the shoe has yet to drop.
Highlights
Notable Earnings for Tomorrow Thur Sept 10: Chewy CHWY (AH), Dave & Busters PLAY (AH), Oracle ORCL (AH), Peloton PTON (AH)
Interesting recent CEO purchase transactions: CWH $3MM, VST $750k, BKR $1MM, FRG $4.5MM, IVZ $3MM, SDC $10MM, PLAG $1.7MM
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Daily Stock Discussion Thread - October 30th, 2019

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Wednesday the 30th of October

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AGNC, AOS, AVAL, BPMP, BSRR, CBAN, CLDT, CLNC, CRT, CSWI, DNP, EFC, EPD, EPR, ERF, EV, FCCO, FRC, FT, GECC, GEL, HMLP, HNRG, KFFB, KMI, KNOP, KOF, LNT, MS, MTR, NI, NNN, NWN, OHI, ORC, PAA, PAGP, PBCT, PBT, PRT, PSEC, PSXP, PVL, RBB, SAN, SCHL, SCM, SKT, STAG, TGE, TXN, VET, VRTS, WHF, XYL, YGYI

Earnings Reports

AAPL, AAWW, ACA, ACAD, ADP, ADTN, AEGN, AFLYY, AGI, AGNC, AINC, AIT, AKS, ALG, ALPMY, ALSN, ALTM, APA, APEN, APTV, ARCC, ARQL, ASEKY, ATEC, ATOM, ATRC, AWK, AXE, AXTI, AZPN, BANX, BAS, BBDC, BDC, BFAM, BG, BHR, BIOVF, BKCC, BKR, BLDP, BOOT, BSAC, BSBR, CACI, CAMT, CATM, CBD, CBZ, CDR, CERS, CF, CFMS, CHDN, CHEF, CIM, CLH, CLI, CLR, CME, CMPR, CNMD, CNXN, CODI, COLM, CONE, CORR, CPSS, CREE, CROX, CRTO, CRUS, CRY, CSGS, CTSH, CW, DAN, DCO, DDD, DGICA, DIN, DMRC, DNZOY, DRE, DT, EAT, ECOL, EGHT, EGOV, ELY, ENSG, EQIX, EQX, ETR, ETSY, EVTC, EXEL, EXTR, FARO, FB, FLOW, FLS, FORM, FOXF, FRT, GE, GGB, GHM, GLOP, GOOD, GPL, GRMN, GSK, GSS, H, HABT, HASI, HCC, HCP, HEP, HES, HESM, HOCPY, HPP, HTGC, HTLD, HUBG, HVT, ICAD, ICPT, IGT, IMMU, INFI, INOV, INSM, INT, INVA, IO, IQV, IRMD, IRT, JAPAY, JCAP, JHG, KBR, KFRC, KHNGY, KLAC, KREF, KVHI, LECO, LFUS, LHX, LIND, LIVN, LJPC, LM, LNC, LQDA, LSI, LXFR, LYFT, MAA, MANT, MAS, MASI, MAXR, MC, MCK, MCO, MCRI, MDC, MDCO, MEOH, MET, MFIN, MFNC, MGM, MIC, MLAB, MLCO, MLNX, MMSI, MOR, MSI, MUSA, MUX, MYRG, MZDAY, NE, NGHC, NI, NLY, NMRK, NR, NSA, NUVA, NVT, NWPX, NYCB, OII, OLED, OMI, OMN, OMVJF, ORBC, ORCC, ORN, OSK, PCRFY, PCTY, PDM, PEIX, PJC, PKI, PLWTY, PPC, PRAH, PRGX, PS, PVG, QDEL, QGEN, QLYS, RAIL, RBBN, RCL, RDN, RDSMY, REG, REPYY, RGA, ROG, ROYT, RPT, RSG, RTRX, RWT, RYN, S, SAIA, SBBP, SBRA, SBUX, SC, SCCO, SCI, SEAC, SEEL, SFM, SIGI, SITC, SITE, SJW, SKT, SKY, SKYW, SMLR, SNE, SO, SOI, SONM, SP, SPG, SPWR, SPXC, SRCI, SRI, ST, STAA, STAG, SU, SUM, SWI, TAP, TDOC, TEL, TESS, TEX, TGB, TGE, THG, THR, TKR, TMHC, TNC, TOELY, TOT, TPVG, TREE, TRMB, TS, TTMI, TUP, TUSK, TWLO, TYL, UCTT, UE, UIHC, UTHR, VIAV, VQSLF, VRTX, WCG, WDC, WHD, WING, WLDN, WMB, WPX, WSR, WTI, WTS, WYND, XAN, XBIT, YAMHF, YUM, ZNGA, ZVO

Thursday the 31st of October

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AES, ALLY, AM, AON, ATLO, BMO, BMRC, BMTC, CAG, CASY, CCLP, CFFN, CMS, CNBKA, COST, CPLP, CVCY, DCP, DGICA, DGICB, DNBF, EQM, ETN, EWBC, FBK, FCBC, FELE, FRAF, FSBW, GCI, GPP, GT, HAS, HXL, LCUT, LW, MCBS, NEWM, NRG, NSC, NWBI, O, PAYX, PLBC, PNFP, PNM, PPBI, SBNY, SIG, TCP, TGP, TKC, TRGP, UCFC, UL, UN, WES

Earnings Reports

AAON, ABMD, ACLS, ADM, AGIO, AHH, AIV, AKRX, ALNY, AMCX, AME, AMN, AMOT, AMSF, AMT, ANET, APO, APPN, APRN, ARCB, ARD, ARES, ARW, ASPN, AT, ATI, ATR, AVP, AYX, BCE, BGS, BIO, BLD, BLDR, BLL, BMY, BRKR, BSMX, BWA, BXG, CAR, CASA, CBL, CDNA, CDW, CELG, CFR, CFX, CG, CHD, CI, CLDT, CLUB, CLX, COOP, COR, COVTY, CPG, CPLP, CPT, CRAI, CTT, CTVA, CVE, CWST, CWT, CYTK, DD, DLPH, DNKN, ECA, EGO, EIGI, EL, EQT, ERII, EVA, EXC, EXP, FCAU, FDUS, FFG, FLIR, FLL, FLR, FLWS, FNKO, FSS, FTAI, FTNT, GIL, GLPI, GNRC, GOL, GOLF, GPN, GPOR, HBI, HFC, HGV, HMHC, HRTG, HTH, ICAGY, ICD, ICE, IDCC, IDXX, IMAX, INGR, IP, IRM, IRWD, ISDR, IT, ITGR, JAKK, JCOM, KHC, KNSL, LITE, LKQ, LNTH, LOCO, LTC, LYV, MAC, MCRN, MDSO, MELI, MERC, MGPI, MINI, MIXT, MMP, MN, MNOV, MNTA, MO, MOBL, MPC, MPLX, MPW, MRC, MSCI, MTLS, MTX, MTZ, MUR, MVIS, NEXA, NFG, NMM, NNN, NOVA, NPTN, NTCT, NTLA, NVCR, OEC, OLN, OTEX, PBF, PBFX, PBH, PDFS, PEG, PENN, PFSI, PH, PINS, PMT, PQG, PWR, PXLW, QRVO, QUMU, RDS.A, RGEN, RMAX, SABR, SBPH, SFE, SHEN, SHLX, SIRI, SM, SNDR, SNY, SPAR, SPR, SRCL, SRDX, SSNC, STAR, STFC, STOR, SUNW, SYNH, TDS, TEN, TFX, TGH, TPH, TPX, TRI, USAK, USM, VAL, VET, VICI, W, WAB, WBC, WCC, WEX, WLTW, WMMVY, WRLD, WU, WWE, X, XHR, XYL, YETI, YRCW, ZIXI

Friday the 1st of November

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AB, ALX, AMP, APLE, ASRV, BKEP, BX, C, CVI, DKL, EVTC, FAM, FBIZ, FCT, FDEU, FEI, FIF, FIV, FMX, FMY, FPF, FPL, FSD, HAFC, HCP, HESM, IBTX, IGD, IID, ITUB, KRP, LBAI, LBC, LMRK, MCI, MPLX, MTX, NBL, NBLX, NSEC, NVEC, OCFC, OKE, ORIT, ORRF, PEBO, PETS, PNW, PUB, SHLX, STL, STND, SXT, SYF, UAN, USDP, VNO, WABC, WSR

Earnings Reports

ABBV, ABR, ACRX, AIG, AKTS, AMAG, ANIX, AQB, ASIX, AXL, BABA, BAH, BBX, BGG, BPL, BRK.B, CACC, CBOE, CCJ, CIO, CKPT, CL, CVX, CYTR, D, DSDVY, EPZM, FND, FNMA, FTS, GLYC, GSHD, HAE, HDB, HE, HMSY, HRC, HSON, IBN, IBP, IMGN, IMO, ITT, LNG, LYB, MD, MGI, MGLN, MOG.A, MSEX, MSGN, NWL, OBLN, OFS, OIIM, ONCS, OPI, PBA, PNM, POR, PRTS, RICOY, RMBL, ROLL, RUTH, SCU, SEOAY, SMP, SNR, SRE, STX, TPB, TRP, TWIN, URG, USX, VIV, WPC, XENT, XOM, YORW
Standard disclaimer: The content in this thread is for information and illustrative purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation of any particular security or course of action. Opinions expressed herein are the opinions of the poster and are subject to change without notice. Reasonable people may disagree about the opinions expressed herein. In the event any of the assumptions used herein do not prove to be true, results are likely to vary substantially. All investments entail risks. There is no guarantee that investment strategies will achieve the desired results under all market conditions and each investor should evaluate their ability to invest for a long term especially during periods of a market downturn. Have a nice day.
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Daily Stock Discussion Thread - October 28th, 2019

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Important Links

Monday the 28th of October

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AMRB, BLX, PZN

Earnings Reports

AKAM, AMAL, AMG, AMKR, APPF, ARE, ARLP, AROC, AVB, AVX, AWI, BHLB, BLKB, BOH, BRO, BRX, BYND, CAJ, CGNX, CHKP, CNA, CPKF, CR, CSV, CTB, DO, DORM, DTE, EHC, EPD, GDI, GOOG, GOOGL, HEXO, HLIT, HSBC, HSII, HTA, HTLF, INST, IVAC, JBT, L, LEG, LXU, MCY, MEDP, NBTB, NOV, NXPI, OFC, OFIX, OGS, OI, OMF, ON, OPB, PCH, PRK, QSR, RE, RIG, ROIC, RYAAY, SANM, SBAC, SBFG, SBT, SLCT, SPOT, SSB, SSD, T, TBI, TCF, TMUS, TREX, TRTX, TXRH, UEC, VNO, VRNS, WBA, WCN, WELL, WIRE, XPO

Tuesday the 29th of October

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ATR, BTU, CFG, CLX, ENTG, MSB, REVG, VOC

Earnings Reports

AAT, ACCO, ACGL, ADRO, ADSW, AFG, AGCO, AGR, AHT, AIN, AJRD, ALIM, ALL, AM, AMD, AMED, AMGN, AMTB, AN, AOS, APAM, AR, ARAY, ASTE, ATEN, ATEYY, ATGE, AX, AXS, BAYK, BEAT, BGS, BP, BPMC, BTU, BVN, BWEN, BWFG, BXP, BYSI, CAI, CAKE, CB, CCBG, CCS, CEQP, CHE, CHRW, CIGI, CKH, CMI, CNX, CNXM, COP, CRVS, CSII, CVLT, CXO, CYDY, CYH, DBD, DENN, DLR, DSCSY, EA, EC, ECL, EIX, EME, ENPH, EPR, EQC, ETN, EURN, EXAS, EXLS, EXR, FCF, FCPT, FELE, FEYE, FLIC, FMC, FMS, FNF, FSP, FSTR, GLT, GLW, GM, GNW, GORO, GRUB, GWR, HBB, HBCP, HCA, HLF, HSC, HUBB, HURN, HZO, I, IEX, ILPT, INCY, INVH, IPGP, IPHI, IR, IRDM, K, KAI, KKR, KNCAY, LBRT, LDOS, LEVL, LNN, LPT, LSCC, MA, MAT, MBIN, MDLZ, MDOMF, MDR, MEC, MGRC, MKL, MLM, MMC, MOD, MOH, MRCY, MRK, MSTR, MTDR, MXIM, NATI, NBR, NEO, NOA, NTDOY, NTRP, NWE, NXRT, ODT, OKE, OSPN, PAG, PAYC, PEI, PESX, PFE, PLSE, PROV, PSA, PTCT, PTR, R, RANJY, REXR, RGS, RNR, RPAI, RXN, RYI, SAM, SEKEY, SGEN, SHOO, SHOP, SILK, SIMO, SLCA, SMPL, SNP, SPGI, SPNE, SREV, SVCBY, SYK, SYX, TCO, TCS, TECH, TENB, THRM, TPR, TX, UDR, UFI, UMBF, UNM, VNOM, VRSK, VSH, VSTM, WAT, WATT, WDR, WH, WMLLF, WRI, WTRE, XLRN, XRX, YUMC, ZBRA, ZEN

Wednesday the 30th of October

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AGNC, AOS, AVAL, BPMP, BSRR, CBAN, CLDT, CLNC, CRT, CSWI, DNP, EFC, EPD, EPR, ERF, EV, FCCO, FRC, FT, GECC, GEL, HMLP, HNRG, KFFB, KMI, KNOP, KOF, LNT, MS, MTR, NI, NNN, NWN, OHI, ORC, PAA, PAGP, PBCT, PBT, PRT, PSEC, PSXP, PVL, RBB, SAN, SCHL, SCM, SKT, STAG, TGE, TXN, VET, VRTS, WHF, XYL, YGYI

Earnings Reports

AAPL, AAWW, ACA, ACAD, ADP, ADTN, AEGN, AFLYY, AGI, AGNC, AINC, AIT, AKS, ALG, ALPMY, ALSN, ALTM, APA, APTV, ARCC, ARQL, ASEKY, ATEC, ATOM, ATRC, AWK, AXE, AXTI, AZPN, BANX, BAS, BBDC, BCML, BDC, BFAM, BG, BHR, BIOVF, BKCC, BKR, BLDP, BOOT, BSAC, BSBR, CACI, CAMT, CATM, CBFV, CBZ, CDR, CERS, CF, CFMS, CHDN, CHEF, CIM, CLH, CLI, CLR, CME, CMPR, CNMD, CNXN, CODI, COLM, CONE, CORR, CPAC, CPSS, CREE, CROX, CRTO, CRUS, CRY, CSGS, CTSH, CW, DAN, DCO, DDD, DGICA, DIN, DMRC, DNZOY, DRE, DT, EAT, ECOL, EGHT, EGOV, ELY, ENSG, EQIX, ETR, ETSY, EVTC, EXEL, EXTR, FARO, FB, FLOW, FLS, FORM, FOXF, FRT, GE, GHM, GLOP, GOOD, GPL, GRMN, GSK, GSS, H, HABT, HASI, HCC, HCP, HEP, HES, HESM, HOCPY, HPP, HTGC, HTLD, HUBG, HVT, ICAD, ICPT, IGT, IMMU, INFI, INOV, INSM, INT, INVA, IO, IQV, IRMD, IRT, JAPAY, JCAP, JHG, KBR, KFRC, KHNGY, KLAC, KREF, KVHI, LECO, LFUS, LHX, LIND, LIVN, LJPC, LM, LNC, LQDA, LSI, LXFR, LYFT, MAA, MANT, MAS, MASI, MAXR, MC, MCK, MCO, MCRI, MDC, MDCO, MEOH, MET, MFNC, MGM, MIC, MLAB, MLCO, MLNX, MMSI, MOR, MSI, MUSA, MUX, MYRG, MZDAY, NE, NGHC, NI, NLY, NMRK, NR, NSA, NUVA, NVT, NWPX, NYCB, OII, OLED, OMI, OMN, OMVJF, ORBC, ORCC, ORN, OSK, PCRFY, PCTY, PDM, PEIX, PJC, PKI, PLWTY, PRAH, PRGX, PS, PVG, QDEL, QGEN, QLYS, RAIL, RBBN, RCL, RDN, RDSMY, REG, REPYY, RGA, ROG, ROYT, RPT, RSG, RTRX, RWT, RYN, S, SAIA, SBBP, SBRA, SBUX, SC, SCCO, SCI, SEAC, SEEL, SFM, SIGI, SITC, SITE, SJW, SKT, SKY, SKYW, SMLR, SNE, SO, SOI, SONM, SP, SPG, SPWR, SPXC, SRCI, SRI, ST, STAA, STAG, SU, SUM, SWI, TAP, TDOC, TEL, TESS, TEX, TGB, TGE, THG, THR, TKR, TMHC, TNC, TOELY, TPVG, TREE, TRMB, TS, TTMI, TUP, TUSK, TWLO, TYL, UCTT, UE, UIHC, UTHR, VIAV, VQSLF, VRTX, WCG, WDC, WHD, WING, WLDN, WMB, WPX, WSR, WTI, WTS, WYND, XAN, XBIT, YAMHF, YUM, ZNGA, ZVO
Standard disclaimer: The content in this thread is for information and illustrative purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation of any particular security or course of action. Opinions expressed herein are the opinions of the poster and are subject to change without notice. Reasonable people may disagree about the opinions expressed herein. In the event any of the assumptions used herein do not prove to be true, results are likely to vary substantially. All investments entail risks. There is no guarantee that investment strategies will achieve the desired results under all market conditions and each investor should evaluate their ability to invest for a long term especially during periods of a market downturn. Have a nice day.
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Daily Stock Discussion Thread - November 7th, 2019

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Thursday the 7th of November

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AAPL, ACC, AEP, AFB, AFIN, AMX, ARNC, ARTNA, ASTE, AUB, AVX, BA, BBT, BCBP, BCO, BJRI, BKR, BP, BPFH, BRKL, BRO, CCR, CDR, CHE, CINR, CIT, CLAR, CMCO, CNA, CSTR, CSV, CTAS, CWT, CXO, DAN, DHF, DVD, EBTC, EDF, EDI, EQT, ETFC, FBMS, FCF, FIBK, FII, FIX, FRBA, GABC, GLOP, GLP, GMLP, GROW, GWW, HBCP, HIW, HLT, HP, HSII, HTGC, IBM, ISBC, JBHT, JHG, KKR, LAD, LAZ, MAC, MC, MLCO, MPX, MRLN, MTG, MTRN, MWA, NATI, NBN, NS, NXST, NYCB, OPY, PAG, PCTI, PER, PFE, PH, PZZA, ROL, RUSHA, RUSHB, SBFG, SCHW, SDR, SDT, SIRI, SJW, SON, SONA, SSB, STI, STZ, STZ.B, SYX, TECH, TEX, TILE, VNOM, WAFD, WFC, WMK, WVFC

Earnings Reports

AAXN, ABC, ACRS, ADMS, ADNT, ADVM, AG, AGFS, AGS, AIRG, AKG, AL, ALDX, ALRN, ALTR, AMC, AMH, AMPH, AMRS, AP, APD, AQN, ARCT, ARGO, ARLO, ARNA, ARTH, ASM, ATNX, ATRA, ATVI, AUTL, AUTO, AVA, AVID, AXAS, AXDX, AXSM, AY, AZUL, BAP, BBAR, BBU, BCC, BCH, BE, BEDU, BFS, BIP, BKNG, BNGO, BOLD, BRY, BVNRY, CABO, CAH, CAMT, CAPL, CAPR, CATB, CBB, CBIO, CCOI, CDAY, CELC, CELH, CEMI, CEVA, CHUY, CLFD, CLNC, CLVS, CMBM, CMCO, CNCE, CNP, CNQ, COLD, COMM, CORE, CORT, COT, COVTY, CPK, CPST, CRBP, CRHM, CRK, CSU, CTHR, CTMX, CTRE, CUTR, CWH, CYRX, DBX, DESP, DHX, DIS, DISCA, DISH, DNN, DNR, DRNA, EAF, EB, ECOM, EMAN, ENLC, ENT, ENV, EPAM, ESI, ESTE, EVC, EVFM, EVOP, EYE, EYPT, FARM, FC, FLMN, FLXN, FOCS, FOR, FSK, FSLY, G, GDEN, GDOT, GDP, GEN, GFN, GH, GLP, GLYC, GNMX, GOGO, GPRO, GPX, GRBK, GSAT, GSBD, GTN, GWRS, HAIN, HALL, HEAR, HII, HIMX, HL, HNGR, ICL, IDN, IGXT, IHRT, INSW, INVE, INWK, INXN, IPHS, IRIX, JAG, JAKK, JCI, JJSF, JNCE, JYNT, KALA, KDP, KEG, KIDS, KOP, KRP, KSHB, KTB, LADR, LCUT, LGF.A, LIVX, LKSD, LLEX, LPSN, LPTH, LXRX, MAIN, MATX, MBUU, MCFT, MED, MEET, MGEN, MIME, MITK, MMI, MNRL, MNST, MNTX, MOD, MOGO, MR, MSGN, MT, MTD, MTW, NBL, NBLX, NCLH, NCR, NDLS, NET, NGS, NH, NHI, NLOK, NLS, NLSN, NNA, NNBR, NOMD, NRG, NVAX, NVCN, NVEE, NVMI, NWS, NWSA, OGE, ONTO, OPHLF, OSS, PACB, PANL, PAR, PCRX, PCTI, PEGA, PEIX, PEN, PETQ, PFNX, PGTI, PLNT, PLSE, PLUG, PLX, PLYM, PNW, PRAA, PRFT, PRTY, PVAC, QNST, RBA, RDCM, RL, RLGY, RLH, RLJ, RMNI, ROSE, RVLV, SATS, SBBP, SBH, SBPH, SCM, SCPL, SCU, SEAS, SEMG, SFE, SFST, SGMS, SIEN, SNDX, SNH, SOHO, SPPI, SRLP, SRPT, SSW, STKS, STMP, STNG, STRA, SUBCY, SVM, SVMK, SVRA, SWAV, SWCH, SYNA, SYRS, TAC, TAST, TCP, TDC, TEO, TEVA, TGI, TGNA, THS, TIVO, TNAV, TPCO, TRGP, TRHC, TROX, TRUE, TSG, TTD, TTI, TTWO, TU, TUSK, TWI, TXG, UEIC, UEPS, UFAB, UMH, UNIT, UPLD, USPH, VIVE, VIVO, VRTU, VSAT, VSTO, WATT, WBC, WHF, WMMVY, WMS, WPRT, WRK, WSC, WTRH, WWW, XFOR, XOG, XONE, XRAY, YELP, ZG, ZGNX, ZIOP, ZTS

Friday the 8th of November

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ACV, ALEX, ARCB, ASA, AWK, BOKF, CAKE, CBH, CCD, CG, CGO, CHI, CHW, CLDB, COF, CSQ, DSE, ECC, EFL, EHT, EIC, EVF, GHM, GWRS, HBI, HNNA, HPF, HPI, HPS, HTD, IRCP, IVZ, KMT, LGI, LOR, LSTR, MCBC, MSM, NCV, NCZ, OGS, OLN, PCAR, PCI, PCK, PCN, PCQ, PDI, PFN, PGP, PKO, PMF, PML, PMX, PNF, PNI, PPG, PPR, PTY, PYN, PZC, RECN, REG, RGA, ROK, SC, SXI, VGI, WBK, WBS, WCN, WLKP, XLNX, XOM, ZTR

Earnings Reports

ABEO, ACER, ACRE, ADMP, AEE, AER, AKTS, ATNM, AVEO, AZRX, BRFS, BSTC, BTAI, CAAS, CKPT, CLMT, CLNY, CYTR, DRH, DSDVY, DUK, EIGR, ELP, ENB, EPAY, ERF, ESNT, ETM, FBIO, FLY, GNE, GNL, GNLN, GTX, HCAP, HMC, IMV, INTT, KDMN, LPTX, MGA, MSG, MYOS, NEXT, NTEC, OBLN, OFS, PFMT, PLXP, PVL, REV, RMBL, SDPI, SELB, SMLP, SNGX, SRNE, SSP, STWD, SVC, TGTX, TNXP, TRCH, UI, UNT, USCR, UTSI, VBIV, VTNR, YORW, YPF, ZEUS
Standard disclaimer: The content in this thread is for information and illustrative purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation of any particular security or course of action. Opinions expressed herein are the opinions of the poster and are subject to change without notice. Reasonable people may disagree about the opinions expressed herein. In the event any of the assumptions used herein do not prove to be true, results are likely to vary substantially. All investments entail risks. There is no guarantee that investment strategies will achieve the desired results under all market conditions and each investor should evaluate their ability to invest for a long term especially during periods of a market downturn. Have a nice day.
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Daily Stock Discussion Thread - October 29th, 2019

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Important Links

Tuesday the 29th of October

Ex-div

ATR, BTU, CFG, CLX, ENTG, MSB, REVG, VOC

Earnings Reports

AAT, ACCO, ACGL, ADRO, ADSW, AFG, AGCO, AGR, AHT, AIN, AJRD, ALIM, ALL, AM, AMD, AMED, AMGN, AMTB, AN, AOS, APAM, AR, ARAY, ASTE, ATEN, ATEYY, ATGE, AX, AXS, BAYK, BEAT, BGS, BP, BPMC, BTU, BVN, BWEN, BWFG, BXP, BYSI, CAI, CAKE, CB, CCBG, CCS, CEQP, CHE, CHRW, CIGI, CKH, CMI, CNX, CNXM, COP, CRVS, CSII, CVLT, CXO, CYDY, CYH, DBD, DENN, DLR, DSCSY, EA, EC, ECL, EIX, EME, ENPH, EPR, EQC, ETN, EURN, EXAS, EXLS, EXR, FCF, FCPT, FELE, FEYE, FLIC, FMC, FMS, FNF, FSP, FSTR, GLT, GLW, GM, GNW, GORO, GRUB, GWR, HBB, HBCP, HCA, HLF, HSC, HUBB, HURN, HZO, I, IEX, ILPT, INCY, INVH, IPGP, IPHI, IR, IRDM, K, KAI, KKR, KNCAY, LBRT, LDOS, LEVL, LNN, LPT, LSCC, MA, MAT, MBIN, MDLZ, MDOMF, MDR, MEC, MGRC, MKL, MLM, MMC, MOD, MOH, MRCY, MRK, MSTR, MTDR, MXIM, NATI, NBR, NEO, NOA, NTDOY, NTRP, NWE, NXRT, ODT, OKE, OSPN, PAG, PAYC, PEI, PESX, PFE, PLSE, PROV, PSA, PTCT, PTR, R, RANJY, REXR, RGS, RNR, RPAI, RXN, RYI, SAM, SEKEY, SGEN, SHOO, SHOP, SILK, SIMO, SLCA, SMPL, SNP, SPGI, SPNE, SREV, SVCBY, SYK, SYX, TCO, TCS, TECH, TENB, THRM, TPR, TX, UDR, UFI, UMBF, UNM, VNOM, VRSK, VSH, VSTM, WAT, WATT, WDR, WH, WMLLF, WRI, WTRE, XLRN, XRX, YUMC, ZBRA, ZEN

Wednesday the 30th of October

Ex-div

AGNC, AOS, AVAL, BPMP, BSRR, CBAN, CLDT, CLNC, CRT, CSWI, DNP, EFC, EPD, EPR, ERF, EV, FCCO, FRC, FT, GECC, GEL, HMLP, HNRG, KFFB, KMI, KNOP, KOF, LNT, MS, MTR, NI, NNN, NWN, OHI, ORC, PAA, PAGP, PBCT, PBT, PRT, PSEC, PSXP, PVL, RBB, SAN, SCHL, SCM, SKT, STAG, TGE, TXN, VET, VRTS, WHF, XYL, YGYI

Earnings Reports

AAPL, AAWW, ACA, ACAD, ADP, ADTN, AEGN, AFLYY, AGI, AGNC, AINC, AIT, AKS, ALG, ALPMY, ALSN, ALTM, APA, APTV, ARCC, ARQL, ASEKY, ATEC, ATOM, ATRC, AWK, AXE, AXTI, AZPN, BANX, BAS, BBDC, BCML, BDC, BFAM, BG, BHR, BIOVF, BKCC, BKR, BLDP, BOOT, BSAC, BSBR, CACI, CAMT, CATM, CBFV, CBZ, CDR, CERS, CF, CFMS, CHDN, CHEF, CIM, CLH, CLI, CLR, CME, CMPR, CNMD, CNXN, CODI, COLM, CONE, CORR, CPAC, CPSS, CREE, CROX, CRTO, CRUS, CRY, CSGS, CTSH, CW, DAN, DCO, DDD, DGICA, DIN, DMRC, DNZOY, DRE, DT, EAT, ECOL, EGHT, EGOV, ELY, ENSG, EQIX, ETR, ETSY, EVTC, EXEL, EXTR, FARO, FB, FLOW, FLS, FORM, FOXF, FRT, GE, GHM, GLOP, GOOD, GPL, GRMN, GSK, GSS, H, HABT, HASI, HCC, HCP, HEP, HES, HESM, HOCPY, HPP, HTGC, HTLD, HUBG, HVT, ICAD, ICPT, IGT, IMMU, INFI, INOV, INSM, INT, INVA, IO, IQV, IRMD, IRT, JAPAY, JCAP, JHG, KBR, KFRC, KHNGY, KLAC, KREF, KVHI, LECO, LFUS, LHX, LIND, LIVN, LJPC, LM, LNC, LQDA, LSI, LXFR, LYFT, MAA, MANT, MAS, MASI, MAXR, MC, MCK, MCO, MCRI, MDC, MDCO, MEOH, MET, MFNC, MGM, MIC, MLAB, MLCO, MLNX, MMSI, MOR, MSI, MUSA, MUX, MYRG, MZDAY, NE, NGHC, NI, NLY, NMRK, NR, NSA, NUVA, NVT, NWPX, NYCB, OII, OLED, OMI, OMN, OMVJF, ORBC, ORCC, ORN, OSK, PCRFY, PCTY, PDM, PEIX, PJC, PKI, PLWTY, PRAH, PRGX, PS, PVG, QDEL, QGEN, QLYS, RAIL, RBBN, RCL, RDN, RDSMY, REG, REPYY, RGA, ROG, ROYT, RPT, RSG, RTRX, RWT, RYN, S, SAIA, SBBP, SBRA, SBUX, SC, SCCO, SCI, SEAC, SEEL, SFM, SIGI, SITC, SITE, SJW, SKT, SKY, SKYW, SMLR, SNE, SO, SOI, SONM, SP, SPG, SPWR, SPXC, SRCI, SRI, ST, STAA, STAG, SU, SUM, SWI, TAP, TDOC, TEL, TESS, TEX, TGB, TGE, THG, THR, TKR, TMHC, TNC, TOELY, TPVG, TREE, TRMB, TS, TTMI, TUP, TUSK, TWLO, TYL, UCTT, UE, UIHC, UTHR, VIAV, VQSLF, VRTX, WCG, WDC, WHD, WING, WLDN, WMB, WPX, WSR, WTI, WTS, WYND, XAN, XBIT, YAMHF, YUM, ZNGA, ZVO

Thursday the 31st of October

Ex-div

AES, ALLY, AM, AON, ATLO, BMO, BMRC, BMTC, CAG, CASY, CCLP, CFFN, CMS, CNBKA, COST, CPLP, CVCY, DCP, DGICA, DGICB, DNBF, EQM, ETN, EWBC, FBK, FCBC, FELE, FRAF, FSBW, GCI, GPP, GT, HAS, HXL, LCUT, LW, MCBS, NEWM, NRG, NSC, NWBI, O, PAYX, PLBC, PNFP, PNM, PPBI, SBNY, SIG, TCP, TGP, TKC, TRGP, UCFC, UL, UN, WES

Earnings Reports

AAON, ABMD, ACLS, ADM, AGIO, AHH, AIV, AKRX, ALNY, AMCX, AME, AMN, AMOT, AMSF, AMT, ANET, APO, APPN, APRN, ARCB, ARD, ARES, ARW, ASPN, AT, ATI, ATR, AVP, AYX, BCE, BIO, BLD, BLDR, BLL, BMY, BRKR, BSMX, BWA, BXG, CAR, CASA, CBL, CDNA, CDW, CELG, CFR, CFX, CG, CHD, CI, CLDT, CLX, COOP, COR, CPG, CPLP, CPT, CRAI, CTT, CTVA, CVE, CWST, CWT, CYTK, DD, DLPH, DNKN, DWSN, ECA, EGO, EIGI, EL, EQT, ERII, EVA, EXC, EXP, FCAU, FDUS, FFG, FLIR, FLR, FLWS, FNKO, FSS, FTAI, FTNT, GIL, GLPI, GNRC, GOL, GOLF, GPN, GPOR, HBI, HFC, HGV, HMHC, HRTG, HTH, ICAGY, ICD, ICE, IDCC, IDXX, IMAX, INGR, IP, IRM, IRWD, ISDR, IT, ITGR, JCOM, KHC, KNSL, LITE, LKQ, LNTH, LOCO, LTC, LYV, MAC, MDSO, MELI, MERC, MGPI, MINI, MIXT, MMP, MN, MNTA, MO, MOBL, MPC, MPLX, MPW, MRC, MSCI, MTLS, MTX, MTZ, MUR, NEXA, NFG, NNN, NOVA, NPTN, NTCT, NTLA, NVCR, OEC, OLN, OTEX, PBF, PBFX, PBH, PDFS, PEG, PENN, PFSI, PH, PINS, PMT, PQG, PWR, PXLW, QRVO, QUMU, RDS.A, RGEN, RMAX, SABR, SHEN, SHLX, SIRI, SM, SNDR, SNY, SPAR, SPR, SRCL, SRDX, SSNC, STAR, STFC, STOR, SUNW, SYNH, TEN, TFX, TGH, TPH, TPX, TRI, USAK, VAL, VET, VICI, W, WAB, WBC, WCC, WEX, WLTW, WMMVY, WRLD, WU, WWE, X, XHR, XYL, YETI, YRCW, ZIXI
Standard disclaimer: The content in this thread is for information and illustrative purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice or as a recommendation of any particular security or course of action. Opinions expressed herein are the opinions of the poster and are subject to change without notice. Reasonable people may disagree about the opinions expressed herein. In the event any of the assumptions used herein do not prove to be true, results are likely to vary substantially. All investments entail risks. There is no guarantee that investment strategies will achieve the desired results under all market conditions and each investor should evaluate their ability to invest for a long term especially during periods of a market downturn. Have a nice day.
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Megathread - Helping solve new Master clues

REQUEST

The goals of this thread

Link - Hidey Holes item list thread

Link - Lockbox solver

Link - Tower solver

Link - Tower solving explanation and strategies

FAQs

What to submit on this thread?

  1. What was your clue?
  2. What type action, puzzle box, etc?
  3. How did you solve it? (What have you attempted if it is not solved?)
  4. Submit links to images Please take images if possible.

Want to help solve clues?

Submitting just an answer? (Thank you in advance!)

Notice a mistake?

How to find your solution?

-------------------------------------- Action / Riddle --------------------------------------

  1. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Keeping all your gold together. That's a good idea. It shall be mine."
  2. "Complete this action to solve the clue: There are those who prove themselves and become a beacon of light in the darkness. Come to the crystal city and become that figure.
  3. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Rowdy Unruly Boisterous I am pie."
  4. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Magical energy gloats unleashed. The fluid of life that flows through us all. Span the gap to capture this energy."
    • Solution - Siphon Blood Runes at Runespan
    • Source - u/Meet_Dave
  5. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Those things I once held dear continue to fade. I look upon her face and barely know who she is. But her eyes... They are still so radiant."
  6. "Complete the action to solve the clue: I have all the ingredients for soup but sometimes a simple meal tastes the best."
  7. "Complete the action to solve the clue: In a station of power someone requires assistance. Do a good deed to spread some happiness."
    • Solution - Do a lap of the Dorgesh-kaan agility course and bring one of the correct parts.
    • Source - u/SparxRs solved by u/Its_Jord
  8. "Complete the action to solve the clue: catching only one shark. That don't impress me much."
  9. "Complete the action to solve the clue : round and round we go, burning, burning all aglow"
  10. "Complete the action: being open to chaos can raise your defenses. it may also bring you closer to death, take a moment to bottle this feeling"
  11. "Complete the action to solve the clue: The crystals tempt most however, there are other riches to gain for the quick-fingered"
  12. "Complete the action to solve the clue: The spell struck me in the chest. Perhaps if I had worn armour today. Black looks better than red."
  13. "I once met an ancient warrior who told me tales of his adventures. His eyes lit up as he spoke.
  14. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Rumours of a great shark continue to spread. Catch me one and I will be fed."
  15. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Ernie once mentioned to me a secret to improve my cooking. His idea was strong but I went the extra mile."
    • Solution - Craft a decorated cooking urn and activate it with a fire rune.
    • Source - u/LiiviD solved by u/Henksesame
  16. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Head protection is never a bad thing. Make it from rune for the best chance of survival."
  17. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Take the journey to a distant mining site. Become a blight to your foes."
    • Solution - Mine, tune, and smelt bane ore.
    • Source - u/Its_Jord
  18. "Complete this action to solve the clue: The God of Order requires a sacrifice of strength but in return restores me. If only we could keep that feeling in his absence.
    • Solution - Make a Saradomin Brew
    • Source - u/Stefroo
  19. "Complete this action to solve the clue: A view of the city from high above. I can hear their prayers below."
    • Solution - Do a lap on the Hefin agility course (reaching the top of the cathedral completes the clue)
    • Source - u/Lielac solved by u/Myskital
  20. "Complete this action to solve the clue: Start into the flames for long enough and you may see something you didn't realize was there."
  21. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Where there is Light, there is also Death. Should you contain this you may progress."
    • Solution - Craft death runes. (Quest requirement - The Light Within)
    • Source - u/Avolcarona solved by u/Ynnoz
  22. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Corruption seeps from this stone but there are those who work to cleanse it. lend your voice"
    • Solution - Fully use a Cleansing crystal to cleanse the Corrupted Seren Stone in the Hefin cathedral in Prifddinas
    • Source - u/thatguy1377 solved by u/rsfiery
  23. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Crossing the desert I met a crocodile. She gave me a dazzling smile but she had something her teeth."
  24. "Complete the action to solve the clue: I once met a man returning from market. He showed me the spoils of his day. It's precious to see what people pay for."
  25. "Complete the action to solve the clue: There is a temple where there are rivers of red. Bind the magic to get ahead."
    • Solution - Craft a blood rune
    • Source - u/Jikkur
  26. "Complete the action to solve the clue: Charm me and I shall unlock. But be brave in the darkness."
    • Solution - Catch a charming moth
    • Source u/wim1
  27. "Complete this action to solve the clue: When I encountered this individual, she had more rings than any I had seen before."

-------------------------------------- Anagrams --------------------------------------

  1. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: They seek spirits O EASTERN WISHES"
  2. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: In his youth, this adventurer was a WINSOME LAD"
  3. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: AH WET ARM"
    • Solution - Amaethwr (Farmer in Lletya)
    • Source - u/Xenon_Ray
  4. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: Young but stylish PIN HEIR ALL IN PLACE"
  5. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: With her age, it's no surprise to HEAR A LADY RANT"
    • Solution - Lady Trahaearn (Prifddinas)
    • Source - u/NoDragon solved by rsn: "Bingu"
  6. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: He claimed to be a human scholar but, I SAW THE LIE"
  7. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: The cabbage diet must work because he has 'A PURE GLOW'"
    • Solution - Paul Gower (South of Varrock at the Altar of Life)
    • Source - u/ZaddySensei
  8. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: Master of the elements, he may REIGN US IF IMMORTAL"
    • Solution - Malignius Mortifer (Northwest of Port Sarim)
    • Source - u/Alpaqu
  9. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: His job leaves him kind of HATED"
  10. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: An exile that isn't wholly free WE IRK OVER NAMESAKE"
  11. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: Age allows a new perspective in this vital place TABOO RISES SHYLY"
    • Solution - Soothsayer Sybil (Telos entrance in the Heart)
    • Source - u/Seravail
  12. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: This lady wants me to find ancient scrolls ERGO I DIG CLAY"
    • Solution - Celia Diggory (The Digsite)
    • Source - rsn "Bingu"
  13. "This anagram reveals who to speak to next: He often preaches of REBIRTH QUAINTLY ROT"

-------------------------------------- Puzzle Boxes --------------------------------------

  1. Araxxor
  2. Vampire/Drakan
  3. V (Fremennik God)
  4. Sword of Edicts
  5. Nomad
  6. Tuska
  7. Zilyana

-------------------------------------- Speak To --------------------------------------

  1. "I am head of the abbey with a cold breeze from the west."
  2. "My name's a tirade. fishing is my trade, by the docks is where my fortune is made."

-------------------------------------- Tower Puzzle --------------------------------------

Submissions
  1. 23312 - 32331 - 41323 - 24321
  2. 21233 - 32221 - 21323 - 42321
  3. 22231 - 41223 - 31222 -13324
  4. 23123 - 23231 - 23213 - 22231
  5. 22512 - 22143 - 23213 - 21242
  6. 12242 - 33221 - 12333 - 23321
  7. 21322 - 23132 - 23152 - 22412
  8. 31223 - 14322 - 22341 - 32122
  9. 31224 - 33122 - 22133 - 42213
  10. 31243 - 32212 - 22133 - 32212
  11. 12323 - 32122 - 12323 - 32213
  12. 23123 - 21322 - 31342 - 32213
  13. 21432 - 23123 - 21432 - 23123
    3 5 2 1
    5 2 3 4
    1 3 4 2
    2 4 1 5
    4 1 5 3
  14. 32221 - 14232 - 32331 - 12232
    2 1 4 3
    4 5 1 2
    3 4 2 5
    1 3 5 4
    5 2 3 1
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Daily Stock Discussion Thread - November 6th, 2019

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Wednesday the 6th of November

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AMG, ARLP, AROC, AWI, CATC, CELP, CEQP, CLR, DCF, DHT, ETR, FE, HFWA, INTC, LPLA, LSBK, MATX, MMLP, MMP, MSA, NGL, NMM, NRP, OFED, OPB, OPBK, PGC, RELL, RMD, SCCO, SFBC, SIMO, SMLP, STBA, TBNK, VAM, VBTX, WSFS, WTFC

Earnings Reports

AAOI, ABUS, ACHN, ACHV, ACMR, ACRX, ACY, ADAP, ADDYY, ADRNY, AEL, AERI, AES, AFIN, AFMD, AIMT, ALB, ALBO, ALE, ALNA, ALPMY, AMRX, ANGI, ANIP, ANSS, AQST, ARCT, ARDX, ARPO, ARTX, ASEKY, ASRT, ATEX, ATHX, ATO, ATSG, AVDR, AXGN, AXGT, AYR, AYTU, BAND, BCEI, BCOR, BCRX, BCSF, BGNE, BIDU, BIOL, BIOS, BKI, BL, BLCM, BLMN, BLPH, BNFT, BNGO, BR, BRKS, BRT, CARS, CBMG, CBRE, CCLP, CCO, CDXC, CECE, CECO, CHMI, CHRS, CIB, CIR, CISN, CLBS, CLDX, CLLS, CLSD, CLXT, CNDT, CNHI, CNR, COLL, COTY, CPRI, CRCM, CRL, CSTE, CTL, CVGI, CVIA, CVNA, CVS, CWEN, CYBR, DAR, DCP, DEA, DHXM, DISH, DNOW, DOC, DSSI, DVAX, DXCM, DXPE, EBS, ECPG, EDIT, EFC, EGAN, EGLE, ELAN, ELF, ELGX, ENBL, ENS, EOG, EPEGQ, EPM, EPRT, EQH, ERI, ESPR, ET, EVRG, EXPE, EYES, FELP, FG, FISV, FIT, FLNT, FLO, FLT, FNJN, FOSL, FOXA, FPRX, FSCT, FUJIY, FUN, GCP, GDDY, GEL, GERN, GIB, GKOS, GLMD, GLOG, GLUU, GMAB, GMED, GMRE, GNK, GNMK, GOLD, GSL, HBB, HKRSQ, HLUYY, HOCPY, HOLX, HRTX, HUM, HZNP, IAC, IAG, ICFI, III, IMMR, INFN, INSG, INUV, IONS, IQ, IRET, IVC, JBGS, JE, JELD, JRVR, KELYA, KGC, KL, KRO, LAND, LAUR, LBTYA, LCI, LHCG, LINC, LJPC, LL, LMRK, LNVGY, LOPE, LPCN, LQDA, LTS, LVGO, LXP, LYTS, MCF, MCHX, MFA, MFC, MGNX, MIDD, MLAB, MLNT, MNKD, MRCC, MRNA, MRO, MRSN, MTBC, MTRX, MVIS, NEPH, NESR, NEWT, NEX, NGD, NKTR, NLNK, NMFC, NMIH, NRP, NSIT, NTRA, NVRO, NVTA, NXST, NYT, OCUL, ODP, OESX, OMI, OMN, OMVJF, OPGN, OPNT, OR, ORA, ORTX, OSUR, OSW, OTIVF, PAAS, PBYI, PDCE, PDLI, PERI, PFGC, PFIE, PGRE, PIRS, PK, PLUS, PLYA, PMTS, PRGO, PRI, PROS, PRPL, PRQR, PSEC, PWFL, PZZA, QCOM, QES, QTRX, QTWO, QUIK, QUOT, RAMP, RARX, RC, RCII, RCKT, RDFN, RDSMY, RDWR, REI, REPH, REPYY, RESI, RETA, REZI, RGLD, RKDA, RM, ROKU, ROYT, RP, RRTS, RST, RUBI, SAIL, SALM, SBGI, SBOW, SEDG, SEE, SEEL, SGMO, SHSP, SJI, SLF, SMG, SND, SPTN, SQ, SQNS, SQNXF, SRCI, SRT, SRTS, STAY, STKL, STN, SUN, SWX, TALO, TCPC, TCX, TELL, TEUM, TGB, TGLS, TGS, TLND, TMDX, TMST, TOELY, TOPCF, TPC, TPIC, TPVG, TREC, TRIP, TTGT, TUSK, TWNK, TXMD, UBX, UHAL, UNICY, UPWK, USWS, VER, VERI, VG, VMC, VNDA, VNRX, VNTR, VQSLF, VRCA, VRS, VSI, VSLR, VVV, VYGR, WAAS, WD, WEC, WEN, WK, WLH, WMGI, WRN, WTTR, WWD, WYNN, XAIR, XBIT, XERS, XLRN, XOMA, XPER, YAMHF, ZAGG, ZAYO, ZFGN

Thursday the 7th of November

Ex-div

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Double Illusory Rings -- Post-Mortem and Guide

General Strategy:

After reading a few guides and watching Ymfah's tutorial on the subject, I decided to eschew the commonly given advice to disregard weapon upgrades. I felt the advice, as good as it was, wasn't working for me, and I found that the low damage output was causing more durability cost in the long run. Buying 2-3 clubs every section was more expensive than just upgrading it and paying the repair costs.
I would normally end a section with a sliver of durability remaining. Breaking the weapon intentionally then paying to repair it felt more cost effective for me. Not only that, but boss fights felt much faster taking advantage of that sweet, sweet S scaling in STR for the Club (at +10).
As far as my target gear was concerned, I was able to hit the mark fairly accurately, with all upgrades completed except for the Royal Kite Shield and Elite Knight Gloves.
Final Gear:
Right Hand Club +10 Dragonrider Bow +5 Chloranthy Ring +1 Ring of Blades +1
Left Hand Royal Kite Shield +5 Bracing Knuckle Ring +2 Ring of Restoration
-- Elite Knight Armor +10 Elite Knight Gloves +6 Elite Knight Leggings +10
Wood Arrow x999
Radiant Lifegem x20
I'm posting this today for a few reasons: Mostly to share my achievement with this community. Completely selfish boasting, yes. But I'm proud of myself, so, here it is. With that being said though, I also want to share this in case there are any of you out there are struggling with your own ND/NB runs looking for insight or guidance.

Stat priority:

Generally speaking, I only performed level-ups with the Herald between run sections (more below) when nothing else was needed (arrows, lifegems, etc.), and no further upgrades were available. Early on, I rushed strength to 30 to get some good damage output from the club with a single point in dexterity so I could pull/separate mobs with the Shortbow. After strength, I focused on Vigour, to add some measure of "error tolerance". By the time I was getting the Elite Knight set I dump few points into vitality for the extra load. Then dexterity gets pumped to 18 to carry the Dragonrider Bow, and the build is rounded out by getting Agility to the softcap at 110, and enough stamina to survive an extended trade of blows.
Late game stats focused on adding more damage and survivability by pumping strength to 50 and vigour to 45. I never got far enough to add more stamina, but that was the plan.
In order of priority, my stat level-ups were:
Final Stats:
Soul Level 132
VGR 45
END 20
VIT 12
ATN 5
STR 50
DEX 18
ADP 25
INT 5
FTH 5

Run Sections and Boss Weakness, Summons, & Consumables Info

I kept a copy of the following, updating as I went, making note of key locations, upgrades, bosses and their weaknesses, as well as any summons or weapon buffs I might use. The intent of this route is to pursue the path of least resistance through the game, based on my preferred playstyle. Although it may seem to veer off in some weird directions, each part of the path was taken for a specific reason. I've tried to annotate each section below.
In each section, I used some discretion in terms of "gut feeling" about where to go off the beaten path in the pursuit of loot or souls. For the most part though, I stayed on script.
Points of interest marked with '==' are intended to be full-stop "must farm" points. For example, if the 3rd mummy in Lost Bastille after the Tower Apart bonfire kicks or ruins the bomb shortcut to McDuff, I would bone back to Majula and run up to the eagle nest again, as gaining access to him and the +6 club is critical to success at the Ruin Sentinels.
Points marked with '--' are important "to do" notes while running that particular section, with the intent of completing the build, or picking up a necessary consumable.
I've marked bosses in bold, along with their known weaknesses, and any summons and/or consumables I used to complete the fight as quickly and with as little complexity as possible.
Feel free to use this route as a guide for your own run, but please be aware that YMMV. Your own run may take you into areas too dangerous or risky for your playstyle, or you may have different requirements in terms of loadout or buffs. I would be open to suggestions regarding improvements to the path or it's efficacy, but I'll be honest: I will never run this again.

*** To Forest of Fallen Giants
Objectives: Get 3 of the build's core rings and enough souls for brightbugs that we'll need later. Cale gives the key to the mansion which contains a Lockstone which will make No-Man's Wharf much easier.
-- Get Fire Longsword
-- Buy Lenigrast's Key, Club, Firebomb (for shortcut), Pharros' Lockstone from Melentia
-- Get Chloranthy Ring, Life Ring
Last Giant: F
-- Get Ring of Restoration
Pursuer: L, Ballista
-- Send Cale to Majula
-- Buy 3x Brightbug, Fragrant Branch from Melentia, send to Majula

*** To Things Betwixt
Objective: The Gold Pine Resin helps a tonne on the lost Sinner fight, and the one we pick up in Lost Bastille will be used on the Ruin Sentinels. Having both makes the following section much easier. Make sure to unlock Dyna & Tillo to make upgrading the Dragonrider Bow a little easier (by trading Petrified Somethings to them).
-- Get Gold Pine Resin
-- Unlock shortcut to Dyna & Tillo

*** To Lost Bastille via Eagle's Nest
Objective: Get the first Great Soul. Make sure to talk to Lucatiel, even if we're not going to use her for any fights in this section. The +6 upgrade is critical for Ruin Sentinels. Belfry Gargoyles souls are needed for early build damage and survivability.
== Buy Repair Powder from Lenigrast
== Buy Infantry Armor from Maughlin
-- Get Fragrant Branch from Dark Pursuer after The Tower Apart bonfire
-- Talk to Lucatiel, send to No-Man's Wharf
-- Bring Dull Ember to McDuff, Buy Royal Kite Shield, 1x Large Titanite, Repair Powder
== Get +6 Large Club
Ruin Sentinels: L/F/M, Brightbug + GPR
-- Get Bracing Knuckle Ring
Lost Sinner: L, Brightbug + GPR
Belfry Gargoyles: L/M, Masterless Glencour

*** To Shaded Woods
Objective: Get the Chloranthy Ring +1 and enough GPR for the rest of the run.
-- Free Rosabeth
== Buy 2x Orange Burr, Flame Quartz Ring from Rosabeth
== Buy 8x Gold Pine Resin from Head of Vengarl
-- Get Chloranthy Ring +1

*** To Lost Bastille via Heide's Tower of Flame
Objective: Gavlan has some Poison Moss and we need it. All of it. Get some RPR for Smelter Demon. The Mansion lockstone makes No-Man's Wharf much easier. Make sure to pick up the DPR from the first house before the stairs up to Luca, needed for Freja.
-- Get Lockstone from Mansion
== Buy Elite Knight chest, legs, gloves from Maughlin (11.6k)
Old Dragonslayer: F, no consumables needed
Dragonrider: Itself.
-- Talk to Licia, send to Majula
-- Talk to Lucatiel, send to Earthen Peak
== Buy 20x Poison Moss, 2x Rotten Pine Resin from Gavlan
-- Get Dark Pine Resin
Flexile Sentry: L, Lucatiel + GPR
== Get Dragonrider Bow from Straid

*** To Iron Keep
Objectives: Creighton will tank the Lords while you fight their adds. He's got shit for damage, but he's tough. We need to make sure to send Gavlan to DOP and dump everything we're not using for the extra souls. If you want the Butcher's Knife, don't worry about Pate. Even though we only briefly pass through the Shaded Ruins, the souls invested in the Cursebite Ring are worth it. Make sure to talk to Lucatiel so she can tank the Smelter Demon.
-- Talk to Licia, move rotunda to Huntsman's Copse
-- Free Creighton
Skeleton Lords: Strike, L/M, Creighton
-- Talk to Stone Trader Chloanne, send to Majula
-- Talk to Gavlan, send him to Doors of Pharros
-- Talk to Lucatiel, send to Black Gulch
Covetous Demon: Thrust (Longsword 2H R2)
-- Talk to Laddersmith Gilligan, send to Majula
-- Talk to Pate, send to Brightstone Cove
Mytha: F, Jester Thomas
== Buy 3x Charcoal Pine Resin, Fragrant Branch of Yore, Repair Powder, Cursebite Ring from Magerold
Smelter Demon: Strike, P, Lucatiel + RPR
-- Turn off Bull Traps
Old Iron King: L, Brightbug + GPR

*** To Iron Keep
Objectives: Return for more damage and souls. The ring is worth it.
== Buy 3x Brightbug from Melentia
-- Get Ring of Blades +1 from Dark Pursuer in Smelter Demon's room

*** To Black Gulch
Objectives: Skip the entirety of Grave of Saints, and go straight to the Gutter. Skip everything in the Gutter and rush to The Rotten, making sure to find Lucatiel. She's not needed for the Rotten (fight is easy enough already) but she takes a lot of complexity out of the fight and turns it into a face roll. Black Gulch has 2 summons to help with getting through the area, use only one, based on taste. Using both will trigger 2 invasions, instead of just one.
== Buy Silvercat Ring
== Buy Gilligan's cheapest ladder
-- Talk to Lucatiel, send to Aldia's Keep
The Rotten: L/M, Lucatiel + GPR

*** To Brightstone Cove
Objectives: Tark is a great tank, pulls Najka's aggro big-time. Use the Cursebite ring to avoid curse jars. If you want the Butcher's Knife, make sure to get the Fang Key and rescue Ornifex. Otherwise, it's a straight shot, right up to the big ridiculous spider.
== Get Ring of Whispers
-- Talk to Manscorpion Tark
-- Talk to Creighton, send to Brightstone Cove
Najka: F, Manscorpion Tark + CPR
-- Talk to Gavlan, get that swag.
Prowling Magus: AOE
-- Trade Soul of The Rotten to Ornifex in exchange for Butcher's Knife
Duke's Dear Freja: D, Brightbug, Torch + DPR

*** To Undead Crypt
Objectives: In the final stretch now. Straight shot to Vendrick's room, ignoring everything except the BKR from the Crypt. Watch out for Nameless Usurper. Slow down for Shrine of Amana. Do NOT rush that area, unless you want to start a new file. Pull with the bow, nice and slow.
-- Buy Bracing Knuckle Ring +1, Repair Powder x4 from Wellager
Twin Dragonriders: P/M, Brightbug + Aromatic Ooze
Looking Glass Knight: Ashen Knight Boyd
Demon of Song: L/D, Brightbug + GPR
-- Get Bracing Knuckle Ring +2 from Undead Crypt
Velstadt: Strike, L/M, Brightbug + GPR

*** To Dragon Shrine
Objectives: Skip everything. Rush the dragon. Use Sellsword Luet to get through the foyer invasions and giant basilisk.
Guardian Dragon: M/D/L, Brightbug + GPR

*** To Memory of Jeigh
Objectives: Skip everything. Rush the Giant.
Giant Lord: F, Brightbug + CPR

*** To Drangleic Castle
Objectives: Victory so close you can taste it. Slow and steady up to the Castle, skipping everything. Pull the mastodons with the bow, pepper them with arrows. No need for a risky fight now. It's in the bag. Just 2 more fights.
-- Light King's Gate bonfire
Throne Guards: F/L, Benhart + GPR (After fight, quickly use Black Separation Crystal & Aged Feather)
Nashandra: Brightbug + Dark Quartz Ring +1, CPR

*** DO NOT SKIP THE CREDITS.

Logs

The following table contains the notes that I kept as I went through the process of learning and mastering this very specific path through the game.
Attempt # Death Location Reason Post-Mortem Notes
1 Forest of Fallen Giants Hollow soldier trio behind door near chloranthy ring
2 Forest of Fallen Giants Fell from scaffolding in back area on the way to Fire Longsword
3 Forest of Fallen Giants Fell from floor above Cardinal Tower bonfire, failing drop to get Divine Blessing
4 Forest of Fallen Giants Pursuer, first encounter near Cardinal Tower bonfire
5 Lost Bastille Ruin Sentinels I really don't need the Stone Ring. Going to start skipping it until later
6 Iron Keep Fencer Sharron, just past Threshold Bridge bonfire
7 Iron Keep Smelter Demon Need to prep/farm for a poison weapon as part of my path up to this point or practice the fight without Lucatiel
Maybe I should prepare a bunch of save files so I don't have to do the run to Majula again...
8 Forest of Fallen Giants Ogre ate me. Greedy, sloppy mistake.
9 Forest of Fallen Giants Turtle trio on roof by Soldier's Rest bonfire. Ruined Alfis body blocked my roll. Thanks Alfis. Bought some Rotten Pine Resin from Gavlan. Hoping it's good enough to take down Smelter Demon.
10 Iron Keep Old Iron King. Slapped me into the lava. Need more ADP. Next run: Run up to turn off bull statues, then bone and spend, then make the run to OIK.
This also gets me the Ring of Blades +1 from the Pursuer in the Smelter Demon room on the way back.
Poison didn't do shit against Smelter Demon but Orange Burrs helped a lot. Maybe slash from longsword was the problem? Use +6 Club with Rotten Pine next run.
Also need to get mace or club to +6 before Iron Keep as it will help a tonne with Alonne Knights and Turtle Knights.
11 Forest of Fallen Giants Eaten by Ogre. Again. Why do I keep attacking it?!
12 Shrine of Amana Pair of Archdukes gangbanged me in knee-deep water. Going for respec & NG+ attempt. Rotten Pine Resin with +6 Club works nicely on Smelter Demon.
12.5 The Gutter Knocked off ledge by a Rupturing Hollow. Worst way to blow a deep run, really disappointing. What a waste. Longsword is a waste of time, as well as Red Rust Sword and Mastodon GS. Just go all-in on the Club and Large Club. Everything else is a waste of time.
Need 18 DEX and use Soul of Dragonrider to get Dragonrider Bow for it's STR scaling, better damage than Shortbow or Composite Bow.
Added Butcher's Knife to run route
13 Lost Bastille Ruin Sentinels - Knocked off top ledge fighting first sentinel after a bad roll. Ended up having to fight all 3 at the same time, no lifegem windows. Clusterfuck City.
14 Sinner's Rise Knocked off ledge going to grab Human Effigy because I'm bad at this game.
15 Forest of Fallen Giants Returned to area after killing Belfry Gargoyles, killed by Ogre. Tried fighting with Large Club when I've never fought with the weapon before now. Seriously. Just stop attacking it. 1000 souls is not worth restarting a run.
16 Successful Run.

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TLDR; I got myself a pair of rings I will never use.

AMA!

Edit: Formatting
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Flexiple: $80K/month connecting startups with developers

Hey everyone! This is Rich, from Failory, a site where we weekly interview startup founders. Today, I had the chance to interview the founders of a Bengaluru-based startup called Flexiple.
After working on a tech-related internship, Suvansh and his two friends decided to start testing different business ideas. The first ones failed, but then they launched Flexiple, a freelancing platform that connects startups with developers. This has been grown through cold outreach and side-project marketing up to $80,000/month.
Below, you'll find all his strategies and hits, as well as the mistakes and obstacles he had to confront.
 
Hi Suvansh! What's your background, and what are you currently working on?
I am a third-generation entrepreneur. I was born at a time when my grandfather and father had just closed down their clothes manufacturing business and had plans to start a hardware trading business. For the first 22 years of my life, I saw my father and grandfather build a sustainable business in a crowded market by vertically expanding and becoming a hardware manufacturing and trading business. During this time, I was rather unwittingly exposed to life as an entrepreneur as my father never wanted me to follow his path. Yet I learned a lot about negotiations with clients, resolution of co-founder conflicts, and the importance of having an open mind while overhearing his conversations and to a lesser extent having discussions with him.
Seven years later, I am now a tech entrepreneur and am building a tech talent network called Flexiple to enable scaling startups to hire & work with the top-1% remote freelance developers and designers. We make it easy for tech startups to hire & work with quality tech talent who are on-boarded over the course of a multi-stage screening process. Over the past couple of years, Flexiple has evolved and we now have 75+ clients and 200+ independent professionals onboard.
As the only non-tech co-founder (I have a strong inclination towards user experience design), I own sales and customer relations at Flexiple.
Flexiple’s marketing website
 
What's your backstory and how did you come up with the idea?
Prior to joining India’s top-ranked B-school - IIM Ahmedabad where I met my partners and Flexiple’s co-founders - Karthik and Hrishikesh, I had been working for 3 years at HUGE corporations which had thousands of employees across the globe, leading me to have a clearly defined role. However, I was never satisfied with my pace of learning during these three years. While at my first job, I found that the focus was more on just sticking to what has been done since the birth of the company, which led me to look for a switch. At my second job, I figured that learning only hard skills such as data analytics is not as fulfilling as I thought it would be.
In this search of learning opportunities, I explored the option of working with Karthik and Hrishikesh for a period of three months. The intention was to learn more about technology and entrepreneurship than what textbooks could teach me. Now, we have been working together on Flexiple for three and a half years now.
Me (leftmost) with my partners - Karthik (middle), Hrishikesh (rightmost)
During this period, Flexiple has undergone multiple iterations. We started out as an automated platform built for scale which was ultimately not used by anyone. We tried out a pure-play service model and within a couple of weeks landed our first client, which ultimately resulted in us scrapping the platform completely. During this time, we decided to double down our focus on startups who were looking to hire remote full-time freelance talent. Having learned the importance of creating value before looking for a sale, we launched remote.tools which aims to be the platform where remote workers interact with each other.
 
How did you build Flexiple?
We started working on Flexiple on a part-time basis during our second year of MBA. Given we already had a flavor of the type of freelancers startups are on the lookout for, we decided to keep our focus during this 9 month period onboarding ~50 freelancers while using our automated testing and screening platform. We ran multiple tests on what kind of platform we should build and came to the conclusion that an asynchronous platform giving freelancers the freedom to complete the onboarding at their own pace was the best way to proceed. The product development and design were helmed by the three of us with 2 freelance developers and a designer completing the team.
However, our lack of prior product development left us spending 2x the amount we had budgeted for and with a platform which the freelancers were unwilling to use due to the sheer time investment required. This derailed our plans to hit the market hard when we started working full-time from April’17.
Flexiple’s first version
Learning quickly from our mistakes, we focused our efforts on having active client requirements so that we could incentivize the freelancers to take the screening process designed by us. Within a couple of weeks, we identified a couple of prospects and began engagements with them. However, due to a paucity of time, we had to give up the asynchronous testing methodology and conducted freelancer screening manually.
This model has been working well for us ever since and in the past 2 years, we have identified that the problem we are solving cannot be solved using completely automated customer-facing processes. We identified that we need to build robust internal processes that will enable us to grow Flexiple in a reliable and sustainable manner. Only then can we ensure that our clients and freelancers do not face the usual challenges associated with freelancer hiring.
To streamline our internal processes, we are using a host of third-party automation tools and have built a couple of tools of our own as well. One such tool is the Resume App with which we showcase our network to prospective buyers in a concise yet exhaustive manner. All our internal applications have been built while leveraging our freelancer network which is managed fully remotely.
Snapshot of a freelancer’s resume
With a robust business model with positive unit economics since day one, we have remained self-funded and have grown to make $80k per month in revenues all done at a shoestring monthly budget of $4,500.
 
Which were your marketing strategies to grow your business?
To start with, we focused almost exhaustively on cold outreach to both our freelancers and clients. A couple of channels such as LinkedIn, AngelList, worked well for us. However, due to the inherent limit attached to cold outreach, we started focusing on inbounds too while continually optimizing our cold outreach processes.
For inbounds, generating content related to freelancing, remote working worked well for us. During this 6 month process, we identified that the one common characteristic between most of our clients and freelancers was their inclination towards working remotely. Also, 80% of the 150+ conversations we had with this target audience suggested that choosing which tool to use for a particular use-case was their biggest challenge.
Managing a remote team ourselves, held us in good stead here as we built a curated repository of 100+ remote tools across 24 categories so as to make this discovery process easier. We decided to launch on Product Hunt and were pleasantly surprised to be voted as the #2 Product of the Day.
The best stat was that we landed 4 new clients via remote.tools and made 10 times the money we had invested in the product! Also, on a side note, we were able to launch the product on time and within budget :) The success of this experience showed how marketing should be more about creating value for your users rather than about your own product.
Apart from such out of the box marketing initiatives, cold outreach has been reaping rich dividends for us. For the past 6 months, the split of leads from our sales and marketing efforts has been 50:50.
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What are your goals for the future?
In the month of July, we launched Remote Tools V2.0 which gave remote-first product makers the freedom to share their products with the remote working community. Within a month of the launch, 100+ remote-first products (we still curate each and every product) have been made live on the platform leading to a total of 250 products for remote workers to choose from for different use-cases.
In the next 6 months, we aim to make remote tools a hub for all conversations related to remote working and have taken the first step by launching The Remote Working Show. Where top leaders of remote working startups share their experience of building teams successfully, along with more useful content that would provide value to the remote working audience and encourage discussions.
With Remote Tools taking a life of its own, we also intend to publish content on Flexiple’s blogging platform to improve upon our search engine rankings for keywords related to our space.
Remote Tools V2.0
We predict that this focus on creating value for all buyer personas should help us double our revenues by March 2020. However, we also intend to start paying the co-founders market-parity salaries valuing the impact they have had on the business and to future-secure Flexiple and Remote Tools.
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What were the biggest challenges you faced and the obstacles you overcame?
The biggest challenge we faced was to build trust in an unorganized market. The efforts to organize have been haphazard, where complex skills are treated as a commodity that can be measured by usual marketplace dynamics such as ratings and reviews. The result is the core interests of all parties involved are compromised.
When a company wants to hire a freelance developer or a designer for a particular job, they have to deal with a lot of noise, leading them to engage with sub-pa not the best talent without having proper structures in place - thereby leading to a not-so-good experience. Increased competition and transparent pricing have not been able to solve this problem for these companies.
Our consistent and unwavering focus on quality has helped us differentiate ourselves and build a reputation as a preferred talent partner in the market.
We realized very early on that our community members are our core product, who have helped us garner a positive response. We continue to recognize this and have been working diligently to refine our screening process on a continuous basis.
Today we are a community of 200+ such members with freelancers from 5 countries with diverse backgrounds and skill sets. They range from hardcore backend developers and the most complete full-stack ninjas to expert UX’ers andamazing illustrators who have worked at top tech-centric companies such as Ola, Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe and Goldman Sachs.
Through such a high bar of quality, we are able to work with the best companies in the tech space and help solve their varied talent challenges through our community.
On a personal front, wearing different hats and juggling multiple responsibilities has been a challenge I have been able to live up to. Over the past 6 months, apart from managing and delivering on my personal targets of meeting our revenue targets, I have been managing Flexiple’s finances, handling the hiring and onboarding process which saw us grow from a 4-member to a 9-member team within 6 months, and giving inputs whenever necessary on UX design.
 
Which are your greatest disadvantages? What were your worst mistakes?
The biggest disadvantage in the first year was that none of the three of us were especially good at tangible skills needed to grow and build Flexiple. While Hrishikesh is a core techie and had worked at Adobe and Amazon as a Software Engineer, it had been 2 years since he had last coded.
Though, with our motivations aligning and immense efforts, all three of us are hands-on and to certain extent experts in a field, much-needed to grow Flexiple.
I have spent the last year or so, learning the nuances of sales and implementing them across both freelancer and client onboarding. At the same time, Hrishikesh has honed his product management capabilities while also getting back to being hands on with coding. And Karthik has taken to content marketing seamlessly and is our go-to-guy for everything relating to marketing.
We still have a lot to learn as we need to improve upon our client conversion rates, our ability to meet product deadlines, and content distribution.
However, the learnings we derived from the mistakes we made in the first year have us in good stead to ensure we do not repeat such costly mistakes and don’t let our goals blind us from understanding those of our customers.
 
If you had the chance to do things differently, what would you do?
The biggest mistake we made when we started out was to cloud our path forward with our own vision of the future rather than the needs of our customers. This mistake led us to build a platform no one wanted and set us back by 6 months and $8,000, which came directly from our savings.
Also, I tend to internalise mistakes and don’t let them go. This is a practice I have found to be immensely detrimental in both my personal and professional lives.
Thus, I would suggest my former self in 2016 to enjoy the ride while worrying less about the mistakes and their repercussions and to trust my gut.
‍ 
What are some sources for learning you would recommend for entrepreneurs who are just starting?
I am an avid reader and intend to draw learnings from everything I read. Though, for all things related to entrepreneurship, I read threads on Indiehackers and have recently started engaging with them. For my core competency i.e. sales, my go to places have been the SalesHacker blogs and podcasts with Outreach’s blogs also featuring high up on the list.
Apart from that, I surround myself with a group of friends who are honest and forthright with me as entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey even though you have co-founders to accompany you on the ride.
 
Where can we go to learn more?
I am available for a chat over Twitter and LinkedIn. And would love to share notes on self-funding a B2B startup while running a lean remote team.
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[Meet Report] USS Nationals HWW (long!)

Background: This is my 4th USS Nationals. I was a MWW for the first 2 years of competing and moved up to HWW just before 2016 Nats.
2015: 2nd in 165
2016: 3rd in 181
2017: 2nd in 181
2018: 4th in 181 (Was really hoping for 2nd or 3rd because Kim Derks is on a whole other level haha)
TL;DR because I am very long winded: Felt like my training prepared me pretty well for this event. Need to get more consistent with dumbbell and stronger on deadlift and stones. I’ll summarize how I trained at the end—I definitely feel like I came in at my strongest ever but the competition at the top was pretty fierce this year and “it’s a game of inches”.
I was the most nervous about giant dumbbell. Many of the ladies were unprepared for the girth of the handle because it was advertised as 2” and it definitely isn’t. I’m strong enough to get 100 pounds, on this dumbbell, but I get in my head. While we were standing around waiting for the comp to start I think my nerves got the best of me. I had two that were close to locking out, then 3 cleans that were not positioned well on my shoulder. See second video in this post In retrospect I should have re-cleaned the DB to get a clean shot at it but I got flustered. One rep on this would have earned me a podium finish and still stings to think about. 7/10 zeroed in my class but I trained hard for this event and really wanted that one rep. CDB Is still the only event I’ve zeroed in a comp (twice now) so it’s a bit of a nemesis at this point.
Car deadlift was heavy. We had tested the Apollo frame a couple weeks ago with a Ford Focus and this felt almost exactly the same. For those who don’t know, the frame is in two pieces so the handle portion can be moved forward to make the lift easier; this was done for the LWW and MWW but not for the HWW. It changes the angle of the lever arm significantly. I figured I would get 1 or 2 reps here. I did the hitchiest deadlift I’ve ever done and then picked the car up about 1.5” three more times. 7/10 zeroed in my class and my 1 rep was good for 3rd.
We were finished with the first 2 events by noon and all signs pointed to us getting out by about 6. However, there seemed to be a lot of confusion when setting up the flip and drag event and it ended up being changed to a flip for distance, run back to the sled and drag (shorter distance). Video is combined with the DB. I should have done better in this event. Tire flip is my thing but I couldn’t get the tire to land flat so I could get right back to the next flip. I trained for sled drag with the Apollo sled on concrete + ~300#; this was maybe 450# but a completely different surface and I was a little slower paced at the event than in training. 3rd again.
I’ll spare you the details, but 4 hours later I was setting up for my truck pull. Only one woman out of 55 competitors finished the course. I could tell from watching that there was a certain point where there must have been a low spot in the floor and everyone struggled (maybe around the halfway/40’ mark). So my strategy was to try to build speed through that point so I could keep it moving. I felt good about the event after I finished and watched my video, but it turned out that I would have needed to pull it another 14 inches or so to continue my 3rd place streak and instead I got 5th. My short reach hurt me (I’ve been cued to reach further forward on the recovery) but I think I did about as well as I could have. Maybe if my foot hadn’t slipped off the platform I would have had time for one more pull at the end.
Then it was time to get ready for stones. Strategy for this event all along was to get the first 3 stones fast and then take a shot at the last 265 stone (195/215/240/265 was the series). My stones ended up going pretty smoothly, though not particularly fast; I got 3 in just over 30s. It’s hard to tell from the angle but for some reason I took a couple seconds to find my hand position under the stone each time. I made the rookie mistake of not setting my stones before I went—the 2nd stone was slightly too close to the truck and the last stone wasn’t even aligned with the platform. I also didn’t have enough tacky on the back of my hand for the last two stones; I used it on the 240 and then I really needed more to have a shot at picking 265. Despite all the complaints I saw about too much tacky on the stones that was only true of our first two stones (that had the most competitors touching them); the last two stones were fairly clean. 4th in this event.
Training/Lessons
I switched coaches in mid-April from my Oly-focused coach to a PL-focused local coach who trains quite a few of the strongwomen at our gym too. I’m happy with my decision. I felt a little rushed with ~9-10 weeks to get ready since I haven’t really trained events much at all since Nationals last year. My training centered around squat, deadlift, and some benching with a TON of back work. More than anything I think that helped the most. I had done a qualifying contest in March and was able to get a 90# CDB for 3 reps so I felt confident that I would get the 100# dumbbell in time. Unfortunately the Bigg Dogg was pretty inconsistent for me due to the handle size. Because I only expected to get 1 or 2 reps, I always trained between 1-3 reps and I should have practiced a couple times going for the whole minute. As I got tired my cleans got sloppy; I’m not sure if I would have been able to lock it out but I would have had a better chance had I known how to deal with fatigue better.
The tire at the event felt lighter than the one I trained on, but I could not get the rhythm of getting it to land flat. I basically did this event for 3 rounds once a week in training and felt like that prepared me well but I was already pretty good at tire flip (my coach told me to win this event!. My No Bulls provided sufficient traction on the floor (some people were bemoaning their footwear choices).
Truck pull I practiced by pulling a 400-500# prowler. Then I trained with friends twice using a pickup with a tire hitched off the back to add friction, as well as an actual Budget truck with ~500# in the back. The actual event felt pretty similar to my practice with the Budget truck because the parking lot had a bit of a hill towards the end. I honestly expected the floor to be more level than it was. I’m not really sure what I could have done different in training other than practice with a truck a few more times. I really should have eaten some real food before this event; I ate as much as I usually do for a 6-7 hour contest without really realizing that we were there for 13 hours!
For stones, some people were saying that the platforms were higher than they were supposed to be because of the lip on the edge; I found the lip actually helped me because I tend to get larger diameter stones stuck right on the edge of a 48” platform. My coach made me train to 48” and I missed 246 to that height more often than I made it. But I had no problem at all getting 240 up on the truck so that felt good!
All the staff and volunteers were amazing, even as the day grew long everyone I dealt with was still supportive and trying to help make it a good day for all the athletes. That being said, any competition with close to 400 athletes is bound to have some snafus. I personally would prefer a more selective qualification process that might cut down the number of competing athletes slightly OR move to a 2-day format. It doesn’t seem that the heavy weights result in people self-selecting not to sign up. I can’t fault people since I attended my first Nationals being very new to the sport, but I cringed a bit when I saw someone trying to pantomime how to lap and load a stone in the back for someone who had never done stones before.
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Synthetic Paper Market To Reach US $1.4 Billion by 2026

According to ACUMEN RESEARCH & CONSULTING, Global synthetic paper market size is estimated to reach a value of around USD 1.4 billion by the end of the year 2026. The industry is expected to grow with a CAGR of 7.1% during the upcoming years.
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Developing concern toward the utilization of natural things, supporting administrative guidelines and rules have prompted the higher demand for synthetic paper as compared to wood paper. Development in urbanization has driven an extension in the printing, naming, and bundling businesses demand combined with the need for buyer products. The previously mentioned factors are some of the key drivers of the global synthetic paper market. The rise in the interest of the building and development industry in developing economies is anticipated to fuel the worldwide market demand over the forecast period.
Rising interest in vitality effective and eco-friendly products is projected to drive the product request during the forecast period. Also, developing interest due to recyclable and eco-friendly products alongside customized product services and benefits according to applications requirement prompts the market growth over the estimated period of time. The properties of the product including protection from spill and tear, lightweight, adaptability are foreseen to affect the development of the synthetic paper over the forthcoming years.
On the other hand, continual advancements in the printing and packaging technologies, expanding concerns against deforestation, and high financial development in Asia-Pacific market are a few factors expected to make some potential opportunities sooner rather than later. However, high cost than pulp paper and dependency on crude oil prices are factors projected to hamper the market growth over the forecast period.
The synthetic paper global market is divided into product, application, and region. On the basis of product type segment, the worldwide synthetic paper advertises is divided into BOPP (Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene), HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene), and PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate). On the basis of application, the worldwide synthetic paper showcase is segmented into label and non-label. Based on the region, the worldwide synthetic paper advertise is divided into North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the Asia Pacific.
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Key manufacturers are engaged with using polyester-based films for creating products including luggage tags, nameplates, restaurant menus, ID cards, pricing placards, door hangers, and so on. Also, the polypropylene-based synthetic paper segment is estimated to develop at a noteworthy rate of development inferable from its preferences including chemical resistance, recyclability, low cost, flexibility, and so on. Various key players present in the synthetic paper industry are focusing on entering into long-term supply relationships with selected business partners, in order to obtain a competitive edge.
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Subreddit Stats: RedditDayOf top posts from 2012-01-30 to 2019-02-26 15:23 PDT

Period: 2584.20 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 19688
Rate (per day) 0.39 7.62
Unique Redditors 366 6664
Combined Score 263693 122175

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 18103 points, 64 submissions: sbroue
    1. Monument to lab rats used in DNA research. (866 points, 22 comments)
    2. This is my top scoring post of all time, "stitched Animation" [gif] (679 points, 15 comments)
    3. Dominoes made of dominoes[gif] (617 points, 20 comments)
    4. Here is the Top post ever on /glitch_art (584 points, 19 comments)
    5. ISS passes above the Northern Lights [gif] (486 points, 17 comments)
    6. Spike Away! no more getting squeezed on the train (432 points, 34 comments)
    7. Knitting machine for the NES (418 points, 26 comments)
    8. Retro National Parks poster (412 points, 14 comments)
    9. The Godzilla cast have a party after filming (1954) (399 points, 11 comments)
    10. Anti-Vaccine Movement Causes The Worst Whooping Cough Epidemic In 70 Years (376 points, 44 comments)
  2. 13954 points, 46 submissions: blankcanvas_
    1. 1960s Afghanistan (703 points, 50 comments)
    2. "The Simpsons" - Parody of Famous Pictures (508 points, 30 comments)
    3. George Carlin on Assassination (444 points, 91 comments)
    4. The largest cave ever found on Earth. So big, it has it's own ecosystem. Son Doong Cave in Vietnam. (414 points, 13 comments)
    5. Time for a little perspective...call your grandparents! (399 points, 16 comments)
    6. 10 Tribes That Avoided Modern Civilization (388 points, 80 comments)
    7. Anti-FIFA graffiti appearing across Brazil ahead of the World Cup (361 points, 22 comments)
    8. Displeased sea turtle is displeased. (361 points, 10 comments)
    9. Bad Taxidermy (359 points, 54 comments)
    10. Glass sculptures of deadly viruses (354 points, 29 comments)
  3. 9322 points, 32 submissions: farmersam
    1. Banksy on Advertising (633 points, 89 comments)
    2. The difference between smarties in the USA and the rest of the world (601 points, 115 comments)
    3. "The Long Walk" - A British army bomb disposal specialist approaches a suspect vehicle in Belfast (552 points, 43 comments)
    4. 11 year old Adolf Hitler at Leonding Primary School, Austria (475 points, 43 comments)
    5. Mount Roraima - Venezuela (410 points, 21 comments)
    6. The Horton Ho 229, a Nazi prototype bomber. Its shape has led many to call it "the first stealth bomber", although it's shape was chosen for its aerodynamic qualities rather than for stealth. Only 3 were ever built. (370 points, 30 comments)
    7. The Rock of Cashel (358 points, 8 comments)
    8. During World War II, Bicycle Cards worked with the US government to send US and British prisoners of war a special deck of cards, when moistened would peel apart to reveal a map containing escape routes (344 points, 5 comments)
    9. Photo taken during the 2013 Turkish protests (340 points, 10 comments)
    10. Dekotora - A Japanese Subculture where truckers spend a lot of money extravagantly decorating their trucks. The word Dekotora is a combination of the words 'Decoration' and 'Truck'. (323 points, 24 comments)
  4. 8999 points, 43 submissions: jaykirsch
    1. Insert choice: NSA, CIA, FBI... (437 points, 1 comment)
    2. The Blue Marble (428 points, 21 comments)
    3. Willie Mosconi, probably the greatest pool player ever, made this 5-cushion bank shot with a very tight cut to win his first of 15 "straight pool" world titles (1941). (409 points, 33 comments)
    4. A favorite - so old there's a newspaper in it... (322 points, 17 comments)
    5. Zen and the Art of Lawn Maintenance (289 points, 11 comments)
    6. Oh, that left hand? (239 points, 14 comments)
    7. This Parrot is a wild and crazy guy (or girl). What a hambone! (228 points, 5 comments)
    8. GIF of the train and bridge wreck in "The General" (1926 silent film). Biggest stunt/special effect ever done, at the time. (226 points, 17 comments)
    9. 1989 Plymouth Voyager III concept. This is a two piece detachable vehicle (link in comments) (221 points, 21 comments)
    10. Teacher of the Year wears Women’s March, trans rights badges during Trump meeting, refuses his hand shake. (212 points, 34 comments)
  5. 7760 points, 30 submissions: Georgy_K_Zhukov
    1. A stoic Japanese orphan, standing at attention having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, by Joe O'Donnell. (1126 points, 52 comments)
    2. Olympic Gold Medalist Aldo Nadi duels with sports journalist Adolfo Cotronei over an article (full story in comments) (345 points, 62 comments)
    3. Sgt. Stubby, a highly decorated war dog who served in World War I, and returned to the U.S. where he became Georgetown's mascot (331 points, 6 comments)
    4. An early form facial reconstruction surgery - known as a tube pedicle - being performed on a wounded World War One veteran. (330 points, 12 comments)
    5. "The Motherland Calls" was dedicated in 1967, commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad and those who had fought there. It was the largest statue in the world at the time. (317 points, 17 comments)
    6. A Battery of Soviet Artillery in action during Operation Bagration, 1944 (290 points, 23 comments)
    7. Polish Capt. Witold Pilecki infiltrated Auschwitz, where he built a secret radio to report conditions to the Armia Krajowa and Western Allies. He escaped three years later, fought in Warsaw '44, only to later be arrested and executed by the Soviet backed government, claiming he was a British spy (288 points, 9 comments)
    8. A Gurkha warrior demonstrates the fearsome Kukri knife for the camera. These famed Nepalese warriors have been a long standing component of the British military. (271 points, 24 comments)
    9. The 1955 Double Die penny is one of the most sought out 'coin errors' by collectors. Only about 24,000 were ever made, and depending on condition, can now command tens of thousands of dollars. (268 points, 23 comments)
    10. "If you’re eating sushi in the United States, chances are you’re not eating what you ordered. Oceana’s 2013 report showed that 74% of sushi in the US is mislabeled." (262 points, 30 comments)
  6. 7694 points, 27 submissions: margot-tenenbaum
    1. Salvador Dali - Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937) (818 points, 13 comments)
    2. I have made a huge mistake. (relevant Cyanide & Happiness) (651 points, 20 comments)
    3. A Smile Corrected: Time Lapse of Braces Straightening Teeth (473 points, 37 comments)
    4. Birds of a Feather : The art of Chris Maynard (390 points, 6 comments)
    5. Housebound clouds - an art installation by Berndnaut Smilde who creates clouds indoors then photographs them in the fleeting moment they exist (380 points, 5 comments)
    6. The Blank Signature (1965) by Rene Magritte : a surrealist artist who creates alternate dimensions in paint to bend the preconceived notions of reality.jpg) (355 points, 9 comments)
    7. Frozen flower fatally flattened : a carnation's liquid nitrogen demise (351 points, 11 comments)
    8. "Narcissus" a painting by Caravaggio (1599).jpg) (291 points, 6 comments)
    9. Vincent van Gogh - Miners in the Snow (1882) (271 points, 6 comments)
    10. "Don Sebastian de Morra (1645) : a sympathetic view of a courtly fool painted by Diego Velázquez (245 points, 24 comments)
  7. 6330 points, 24 submissions: sverdrupian
    1. An adult oyster is capable of filtering 25-50 gallons of water a day. (1038 points, 68 comments)
    2. Straight people be like ... (613 points, 18 comments)
    3. Lateral displacement along a strike-slip fault in field near Mashiki, Japan. (2016 Kumamoto earthquake) (351 points, 16 comments)
    4. Making chain. (290 points, 18 comments)
    5. A series of tunnels in Taiwan (259 points, 6 comments)
    6. Artichoke in full bloom (248 points, 2 comments)
    7. Clownfish tending their anemone (242 points, 14 comments)
    8. Brighton Swim Club - 1863. (227 points, 9 comments)
    9. USS CONSTITUTION in drydock for restoration - Launched in Boston in 1797, she's the oldest commissioned warship afloat (224 points, 24 comments)
    10. Pine grove in Umbria, planted 1961. (216 points, 10 comments)
  8. 6143 points, 26 submissions: joelschlosberg
    1. actress Linda Hamilton has a twin sister who made it possible for Terminator 2 to film some scenes in one camera shot without compositing (394 points, 15 comments)
    2. "Someone once told me that time was a predator that stalked us all our lives, but I rather believe that time is a companion" (375 points, 25 comments)
    3. Ben Franklin's daily schedule (354 points, 29 comments)
    4. historical marker (320 points, 4 comments)
    5. "I quite agree with you about Homosexuals: to make the thing criminal cures nothing and only creates a blackmailer's paradise. Anyway, what business is it of the State's?" –C.S. Lewis in a 1960 letter (319 points, 17 comments)
    6. Isaac Asimov tells a joke involving profanity (304 points, 9 comments)
    7. The swordfights in The Princess Bride, Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon, Highlander, The Mask of Zorro, Die Another Day, The Lord of the Rings, and Pirates of the Caribbean were all made by the same sword master, "the man who stabbed Errol Flynn". Who also did Darth Vader's lightsaber dueling himself. (285 points, 9 comments)
    8. Girl Scouts were told by their official handbook that "you should not be hostile to" Jews and Muslims as early as the 1918 edition. (284 points, 26 comments)
    9. "I hate versions that make Watson stupid. What makes Holmes impressive is that he outthinks smart people, not that he outthinks stupid people." (253 points, 3 comments)
    10. a joke from Isaac Asimov's Treasury of Humor (253 points, 18 comments)
  9. 4334 points, 21 submissions: originstory
    1. The word "mistletoe" comes from the Anglo-Saxon words "mistel" (dung) and "tan" (twig), making one possible translation "crap on a stick." Merry Christmas, everybody! (293 points, 6 comments)
    2. Although a metal, high-purity bismuth can produce a multi-color crystal form. (286 points, 10 comments)
    3. One effect of Prohibition forcing drinkers into illegal, underground speakeasies in NYC was a mingling between the straight world and the city's gay subculture, resulting in a brief "pansy craze" in which drag performers gained wider fame and popular acceptance as urban sophisticates. (285 points, 5 comments)
    4. Booby traps used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, including photos and diagrams. (Warning: Not graphic, but still... ouch.) (253 points, 23 comments)
    5. On April 18, 1930, BBC News decided there was no noteworthy to report and simply played music instead of doing a newscast. (250 points, 5 comments)
    6. Neil Peart of Rush's 30th Anniversary Tour kit from above (238 points, 18 comments)
    7. 5000 years ago the Chinese created nail polish and used it to symbolize wealth and power among the elite. It was forbidden among the general population. Reports exist of commoners sentenced to die for wearing it. (232 points, 9 comments)
    8. Donald Duck's nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie are some of the most famous triplets in fiction. Due to artist error, a mysterious fourth nephew, nicknamed "Phooey" by fans, has also appeared in the comics. (207 points, 7 comments)
    9. Donald Trump has his staff warn anyone he's negotiating with that he (Trump) won't give them more than a few minutes of his time and won't shake their hands, then when he arrives, shakes their hands, and is unconcerned about time, he turns simple politeness into an advantage for himself. (207 points, 9 comments)
    10. Byblos, Lebanon is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. It is believed to have been founded between 8800 and 7000 BC. (203 points, 10 comments)
  10. 4160 points, 16 submissions: wormspermgrrl
    1. May-Britt Moser won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Medicine for her discovery of grid neurons. For the prize ceremony, she wore a dress decorated with neurons. (597 points, 13 comments)
    2. During Florida winters, manatees flock to nuclear and coal power plants for the warm water discharges. (415 points, 29 comments)
    3. Monuments to mice used in scientific research in Russia. (cross post redditdayof Rats) (410 points, 16 comments)
    4. Happy birthday Charles Darwin! (340 points, 12 comments)
    5. The briefcase in Pulp Fiction is a classic example of a MacGuffin, a plot device that motivates a story’s characters without much explanation. (301 points, 15 comments)
    6. The ACLU has been protecting civil liberties for nearly a century. They defended science in the Scopes "Monkey Trial" in 1925, protected free speech on the internet in 1996, and fought against the Defense of Marriage Act in 2015. (297 points, 17 comments)
    7. The Awakening is a 72-foot (22 m) statue of a giant embedded in the earth, struggling to free himself. (220 points, 18 comments)
    8. Happy Birthday song ruled public domain as judge throws out copyright claim (203 points, 8 comments)
    9. xkcd: Log Scale (196 points, 8 comments)
    10. 18 cities in Pennsylvania reported higher levels of lead exposure than Flint (188 points, 8 comments)
  11. 3908 points, 15 submissions: jxj24
    1. Barely acknowledged for her invaluable contributions to discovering the structure of DNA, Rosalind Franklin's work was "borrowed" without her knowledge, and given only minimal credit. Despite this, she remained a dedicated and tremendously productive scientist until her premature death at age 37. (544 points, 25 comments)
    2. It's not easy bein' green when you're feelin' blue. (454 points, 8 comments)
    3. Twice a day, every day, you can watch the parade of ducks between their rooftop home and the main lobby fountain at the famous Peabody, in Memphis. (347 points, 21 comments)
    4. POW Jeremiah Denton, forced to participate in a press conference by his North Vietnamese captors, blinks out "TORTURE" in Morse Code, alerting the world what was happening to him and his fellow prisoners. (279 points, 8 comments)
    5. Literally. (267 points, 4 comments)
    6. Guernica. One German officer allegedly asked him, upon seeing a photo of Guernica in his apartment, "Did you do that?" Picasso responded, "No, you did." (261 points, 6 comments)
    7. Before you are born, your gut is almost completely devoid of bacteria. Over the days following delivery, trillions of bacteria of multiple species compete to colonize us to the point that one third of our bowel movement is composed of bacteria, and our immune system is tuned for their survival. (238 points, 13 comments)
    8. Safety PSA: Learn to tell the difference between black bears and grizzly bears. (234 points, 14 comments)
    9. Charles II of Spain was so inbred that his ancestor Joanne of Castille appears 14 times in his family tree due to close intermarriage. Feebleminded, incomprehensible and sterile, he was the last Spanish Habsburg. (233 points, 23 comments)
    10. What the hey; it's a nice day to walk. (225 points, 11 comments)
  12. 3627 points, 13 submissions: TheBlazingPhoenix
    1. 600 year old astronomical clock in Prague (567 points, 23 comments)
    2. The lightest and darkest skin colour (456 points, 24 comments)
    3. Here’s what people in 1899 thought the future would look like(x-post /funny) (364 points, 15 comments)
    4. Giant salamander, the biggest amphibian alive (305 points, 13 comments)
    5. Still images from Makoto Shinkai movies (281 points, 34 comments)
    6. Reddit: Origins (237 points, 10 comments)
    7. Scary Statistics (229 points, 20 comments)
    8. The Komodo Dragon (210 points, 11 comments)
    9. The Lotus Feet of Chinese (210 points, 49 comments)
    10. I present you the map of Westeros, a fictional world created by George R. R. Martin in his "A Game of Thrones" book (208 points, 47 comments)
  13. 3401 points, 12 submissions: Astro_nauts_mum
    1. What if it is a big hoax? (932 points, 44 comments)
    2. Zen Birthday Card (408 points, 9 comments)
    3. Parenting Instructions. (292 points, 17 comments)
    4. Suggestion Box (221 points, 3 comments)
    5. Recognise this fictional landscape? (219 points, 25 comments)
    6. Death Cake (207 points, 8 comments)
    7. "Happiness" poem by A.A. Milne: all about waterproofing (199 points, 16 comments)
    8. 'We go way back!' Hugh Jackman leaves reporter red-faced on the red carpet as he outs him as one of his former P.E. students (192 points, 11 comments)
    9. Hayao Miyazaki pushed his childhood dreams aside to study Political Science and Economics, but after graduating he followed his heart into the world of anime. So we can share his childhood dreams. (189 points, 5 comments)
    10. St. Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland (182 points, 2 comments)
  14. 2934 points, 10 submissions: coffeeblossom
    1. Sculpture of Alice going through the looking glass at Guilford Castle (466 points, 6 comments)
    2. A leopard with an unusal "marble" coat pattern (461 points, 18 comments)
    3. Coconut floating in the ocean, viewed from under the water (369 points, 16 comments)
    4. The Hawaiian Islands as seen from space (338 points, 8 comments)
    5. Model of Jerusalem as it would have looked in ancient times (photo by Michael Tyler) (261 points, 23 comments)
    6. Little blue penguin (246 points, 6 comments)
    7. Gravitational lensing (224 points, 13 comments)
    8. Alligator in the Everglades (201 points, 8 comments)
    9. Wilderness of the Americas (188 points, 18 comments)
    10. Beautiful tiles and Arabic calligraphy (180 points, 4 comments)
  15. 2898 points, 14 submissions: 0and18
    1. FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance (249 points, 13 comments)
    2. Man Pays $10K For House, Finds $107,000 Comic Book Hidden In Wall (243 points, 13 comments)
    3. FDA Lifts Decades-Old 32 Year Old Ban On Blood Donations By Gay Men (234 points, 30 comments)
    4. xkcd: The Three Laws of Robotics (226 points, 2 comments)
    5. 'Dad was a hypocrite. He could talk about peace and love to the world but he could never show it to his wife and son' Julian Lennon talking about his father John (214 points, 15 comments)
    6. Great Lakes System (213 points, 6 comments)
    7. Sarajevo 1914 (211 points, 1 comment)
    8. Tas looks like an alien planet (205 points, 4 comments)
    9. Teaching Methods (191 points, 2 comments)
    10. Sloth exiting a lake (190 points, 11 comments)
  16. 2736 points, 13 submissions: PhillipBrandon
    1. Back in 2005, the College Board replaced the SAT's analogies section — which tested the ability to identify sound logic and understand the meaning of words — with a timed essay, which critics say incentivizes "bullshit on demand," generating content with no factual regard. (339 points, 36 comments)
    2. Houston is the most diverse metropolis in the nation, and its racial make-up today matches projections of the United States' in 2050 (289 points, 7 comments)
    3. Breaking the world record for largest hula hoop spun (251 points, 6 comments)
    4. Bond villain “Goldfinger” was named after architect Ernő Goldfinger, because author Ian Fleming so disliked his Brutalist architecture. A style which, coincidentally, has become a visual shorthand for villains’ lairs in movies including the Bond films. (238 points, 1 comment)
    5. Are they triangles? Squares? (210 points, 12 comments)
    6. Choose-Your-Own-Cocktail-Adventure flowchart by #DavidMakesDrinks (189 points, 24 comments)
    7. Elephant shrews are more closely related to elephants than to shrews. (189 points, 6 comments)
    8. "Hanging Chad" guidelines from the infamous 2000 Florida recount. (184 points, 19 comments)
    9. Actual "tray table" on Frontier Airlines. Banana for scale. (176 points, 25 comments)
    10. The word "helicopter" is not formed by "heli" and "copter" but rather "helico" and "pter," the same Greek root as "pterodactyl" (175 points, 5 comments)
  17. 2688 points, 8 submissions: exitpursuedbybear
    1. Oh, Bother! (1160 points, 14 comments)
    2. Acid $1.00 (327 points, 22 comments)
    3. Bandeja Paisa, a national dish of Colombia, a skirt steak, blood sausage, deep fried bacon, rice, plantain, Masa patty, avocado, stewed beans and a fried egg. It's amazing. (224 points, 17 comments)
    4. An Italian Lantern Shield (1600s): Built as a buckler gauntlet combo, the various spikes are used to disarm opponents. It also contained a lantern which made it popular among nighttime duelists. (218 points, 10 comments)
    5. The rose window at the cathedral Notre Dame, Paris (214 points, 2 comments)
    6. TIL the word for avocado comes from the Aztec word, "ahuacatl," which means testicle. (207 points, 21 comments)
    7. TIL that horseshoe crabs have hemocyanin instead of hemoglobin. In place iron, copper is used to carry oxygen. Making their blood blue. (175 points, 15 comments)
    8. Rogue planets are homeless worlds. They have neither sunrises nor sunsets. The galaxy has billions of them, adrift in perpetual night. (163 points, 14 comments)
  18. 2679 points, 9 submissions: ShimataDominquez
    1. Rhino (x-post from /origami) (744 points, 12 comments)
    2. The Evolution of the Batman Logo (387 points, 38 comments)
    3. Just a Skiing Ostrich. (248 points, 13 comments)
    4. New York Astronaut on Fire repost from fireporn (246 points, 16 comments)
    5. USA Segregation laws in 1950. (236 points, 19 comments)
    6. Posters of movies if they used the book title. (231 points, 35 comments)
    7. "The Monster at the End of This Book" is a post-modern children's book based on the television series Sesame Street and starring Grover. (230 points, 30 comments)
    8. Jimi Hendrix had synesthesia; He could literally see the music. (195 points, 32 comments)
    9. The Epic of Gilgamesh is, perhaps, the oldest written story on Earth. (162 points, 15 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. wil (3622 points, 152 comments)
  2. Georgy_K_Zhukov (1303 points, 124 comments)
  3. sbroue (1087 points, 478 comments)
  4. jaykirsch (563 points, 109 comments)
  5. farmersam (528 points, 78 comments)
  6. 0and18 (510 points, 237 comments)
  7. twitch1982 (399 points, 34 comments)
  8. margot-tenenbaum (391 points, 35 comments)
  9. genius_waitress (391 points, 11 comments)
  10. zaikanekochan (379 points, 10 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. For squirrel day, let's remember the greatest photobombing of all time. by Vidiem (1465 points, 27 comments)
  2. Probably the worst idea ever by deleted (1294 points, 88 comments)
  3. Oh, Bother! by exitpursuedbybear (1160 points, 14 comments)
  4. A stoic Japanese orphan, standing at attention having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, by Joe O'Donnell. by Georgy_K_Zhukov (1126 points, 52 comments)
  5. An adult oyster is capable of filtering 25-50 gallons of water a day. by sverdrupian (1038 points, 68 comments)
  6. As a climber, I often see four legged animals beating us up the slopes. by adeadhead (1004 points, 94 comments)
  7. What if it is a big hoax? by Astro_nauts_mum (932 points, 44 comments)
  8. Of course, that's cell wall. by deleted (929 points, 28 comments)
  9. How does a key work? by Sterkelee (883 points, 25 comments)
  10. A delicate and beautiful fungi. by futurestorms (881 points, 29 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 383 points: Georgy_K_Zhukov's comment in Olympic Gold Medalist Aldo Nadi duels with sports journalist Adolfo Cotronei over an article (full story in comments)
  2. 254 points: TheWinrar's comment in If you can spot what's wrong with this cover, you beat both the artist and the publisher
  3. 249 points: alltorndown's comment in This map is from a Geography written in Uzbekistan in the early 14th century, under Mongol Rule. Can you tell what it depicts? (Answer in comments)
  4. 218 points: croutonicus's comment in Jesse Owens, the black man who publicly humiliated Hitler at his own Olympics by defeating the German Aryan athletes.
  5. 213 points: stuffypillow's comment in Spike Away! no more getting squeezed on the train
  6. 212 points: zaikanekochan's comment in As a climber, I often see four legged animals beating us up the slopes.
  7. 202 points: IceRollMenu2's comment in PETA's Secret Slaughter of Kittens, Puppies
  8. 188 points: easy_being_green's comment in The "plebes-no-more" ceremony at the US Naval Academy, in which first year students must work together to climb a 21 foot tall greased monument. Tradition says that the midshipman who puts a combination cover on the top will be the first of his or her class to make Flag Rank.
  9. 177 points: wil's comment in I was a child star in the 80s. AMA
  10. 176 points: deleted's comment in Typical swedish "prison cell"
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