$PEN

Penumbra Inc

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Health Technology
  • Medical Specialties
  • Manufacturing
  • Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing

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$149.38 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

223,343

DAY RANGE

142.26 - 149.43

52 WEEK

130.96 - 293.2

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@Alpha #decarolis
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**L'attuale presidente Macron ha ottenuto il 58,2% dei voti, secondo le stime, contro il 41,8% di Le Pen. Le Pen ha concesso la sconfitta al Presidente in carica Macron alle elezioni francesi.**

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Macron or Le Pen: What promise does each presidential candidate hold for crypto? https://cointelegraph.com/news/macron-or-le-pen-what-promise-does-each-presidential-candidate-hold-for-crypto

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By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks edged higher on Wednesday, but gains were capped by questions over how far real bond yields will rise as investors sifted through disappointing Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) earnings and war continued in Ukraine. The STOXX index of 600 European companies gained 0.4% to 458.17 points. The MSCI all country stock index was 0.2% firmer. Investors kept a wary eye on the 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), whose yields briefly broke above negative territory on Tuesday for the first time since March 2020. A rise in real yields poses a fresh headwind for risky assets such as stocks, especially big tech firms which report earnings next week, now more closely scrutinised after Netflix shares sank on Tuesday evening after news it was losing subscribers. Tech-heavy Nasdaq futures were down 0.6 percent, with S&P500 futures shedding 0.3% "You are going to have to see real yields in much more positive territory before they make stock markets less attractive," said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets. "The bigger question the markets are wrestling with at the moment is has inflation peaked? If inflation has peaked, then maybe it's a good time to buy bonds again, which is why we are seeing so much uncertainty as to the future direction of the stock markets," Hewson said. The dollar climbed to a fresh two-decade peak to the yen, buoyed as the Bank of Japan stepped into the market again to defend its ultra low interest rate policy. Data is beginning to emerge from the International Monetary Fund this week on how much the two-month old war in Ukraine is hitting the global economy. The U.S. Federal Reserve issues its "Beige Book" of economic conditions from late February to early April on Wednesday. "We expect the pace of economic activity eased slightly to a modest pace," UniCredit analysts said in a note. In Europe, German producer prices hit a record high amid war in Ukraine. In an election which has rattled French bonds, President Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen will face each other in a televised debate on Wednesday evening. Macron, however, appears to be pulling ahead of Le Pen in the polls ahead of Sunday's final round in the election. ASIA SHARES RISE MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%, its first positive session in a week. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.8%, like other markets in the region tracking Tuesday's gains on Wall Street where the three main benchmarks had their best days in over a month, helped by several strong earnings results. The Nasdaq closed up 2.2%. China bucked the regional trend as Chinese blue chips shed 1.5% after the central bank kept its benchmark lending rates unchanged, despite frequent government pledges to support a slowing economy hit by the worst COVID-19 outbreak in two years. That decision in contrast helped the Chinese yuan recover after hitting its lowest since October in early trade. "Investors were looking for stimulus from China but the PBOC didn't deliver today," said Carlos Casanova. "Markets inevitably are going to interpret that in a negative way with the lockdowns extending into April and beyond, meaning the worst months for economic data are ahead of us." The yield on a highly -traded contract of China's 10-year government bond fell below U.S. 10-year Treasury yield for the first time since 2010 on earlier this month, and Chinese 10 year yields were last around 2.85%. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were within a whisker of 3% on Wednesday - though were little changed on the day. Yield differentials are also a factor for Japan, where the central bank on Wednesday offered to buy an unlimited amount of 10-year Japanese government bonds (JGB) at 0.25%, in its third move since February to defend its yield target. This yield curve control has sent the yen to 20-year lows against the dollar, but the dollar retreated 0.2% on the yen on Wednesday amid some nerves that intervention - verbal or otherwise - from Japanese authorities could drive a bounce. Oil prices rebounded from sharp losses in the previous session as concerns about tighter supplies from Russia and Libya dominated. Brent crude futures rose 1.2% to $108.55 a barrel. Spot gold fell 0.4% to its lowest in a week dragged down by higher yields.

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@Cris.easyMarkets #decarolis
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ma attenzione alla Le Pen che lo lasciata fuori dal discorso ma nei sondaggi sta crescendo

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By Scott Murdoch HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares were mostly in negative territory while the U.S. dollar held strong on Tuesday ahead of U.S. inflation data which could foreshadow even more aggressive interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve. Treasury yields spiked to a three-year high, while oil prices jumped after a partial easing of lockdowns in Shanghai. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.2%, after U.S. stocks ended the previous session with mild losses, while Japan's Nikkei stock index slid 1.79%. Australian shares were down 0.57%. Higher U.S. bond yields were supporting the dollar, with the U.S. currency's index measure against six peers moving back over 100 to test last week's near-two year high. The Japanese currency bore the brunt of the losses against the greenback, which rose to 125.77 yen overnight, its highest since June 2015. It traded choppily just below that level on Tuesday and was last at 125.45 per dollar. The yen has been under the gun over recent months as the Bank of Japan has committed to maintaining ultra-easy policy even as many other major central banks, led by the Fed, have embarked on tightening monetary conditions. The euro was buffeted by politics, unable to hold onto gains from its mini-relief rally on Monday after French leader Emmanuel Macron beat far-right challenger Marine Le Pen in the first round of presidential voting. It was last steady at $1.087. China's markets gained ground as signs emerged that some of the COVID-19 restrictions were starting to ease in Shanghai, the country's financial capital, though dozens of other cities remain in partial or full lockdowns.. An easing of China's regulations on the gaming sector also gave investors heart after a multi-year crackdown on parts of the country's technology industry. China's bluechip CSI300 Index dipped into negative territory mid-session Tuesday but roared back in the afternoon to be up 1.41%, which analysts attributed to the gaming restriction changes Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was up 0.3%. "The next few days and weeks in China is going to be challenging, COVID cases are still going up, but investors should not be focused just on COVID," said Suresh Tantia, a Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN) strategist. "The big story for China though is political easing and tech regulations starting to subside. Tech stocks have bounced today and we think there will be more policy easing so there is a situation where China will be easing when the rest of the world is tightening." Ahead of the March inflation data, U.S. stock futures, the S&P 500 e-minis, were down 0.38% at 4,392.3. Economists polled by Reuters forecast the U.S. consumer price index (CPI) on Tuesday would post an 8.4% year-over-year increase for the month. NatWest Markets economists predict a 1.1% month-on-month jump in the headline inflation figure which would be the largest monthly gain since June 2008. "We're quite hawkish in terms of U.S rate hikes and we think it's not just the amount of tightening but the pace which is going to impact investors," Elizabeth Tian, Citigroup (NYSE:C)'s equity derivatives director in Sydney told Reuters. "Equities markets have been very resilient and quite relaxed compared to the fixed income markets, but we're expecting at the Fed's May meeting there will be some kind of announcement in term of quantitative easing tapering and that is when we could see the volatility emerging in equities. "The question is going to be how do markets react to the velocity of rate hikes we could see." In the Asian session, the yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes rose to 2.8224% compared with its U.S. close of 2.782% on Monday. The two-year yield, which rises with traders' expectations of higher Fed fund rates, touched 2.539% compared with a U.S. close of 2.508%. U.S. crude ticked up 2.2% to $96.37 a barrel. Brent crude rose to $100.76 per barrel. Gold was slightly lower. Spot gold was traded at $1956.41.45 per ounce. [GOL/]

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Shares slid and bond yields climbed on Monday as caution gripped markets ahead of central bank meetings and U.S. inflation data, while the euro managed only a brief gain on relief the far right did not win the first round of French presidential elections. French leader Emmanuel Macron and far right challenger Marine Le Pen qualified on Sunday for what promises to be a tightly fought presidential election runoff on April 24. A Le Pen victory could send shockwaves through France and Europe in ways similar to Britain's vote in 2016 to leave the European Union (EU). The first round result was close enough to leave the euro barely changed at $1.0883, after an initial pop to $1.0950. The mood in equity markets was cautious, with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan falling 1.3%. Japan's Nikkei dropped 0.7%, having shed 2.6% last week, while Chinese blue chips lost 2.4%. S&P 500 stock futures eased 0.6% and Nasdaq futures 0.7%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures lost 0.8%, and FTSE futures 0.4%. Earnings season kicks off this week with JP Morgan, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), Citi, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) all due to report. Up to now, Wall Street has fared surprisingly well in the face of a vicious selloff in bonds which saw 10-year Treasury yields surge 31 basis points last week. [US/] Yields were last up at a three-year high of 2.77%, and topped Chinese bond yields for the first time since 2010. Markets have raced to price in the risk of ever-larger rate hikes from the Federal Reserve with futures implying rises of 50 basis points at both the May and June meetings. BofA's U.S. economist Ethan Harris now expects half-point hikes at each of the next three meetings and a cycle peak around 3.25-3.50%. "If inflation looks like it is heading below 3%, then our current call should be hawkish enough," Harris said in a note. "Conversely, if inflation gets stuck above 3% then the Fed will need to hike until growth drops close to zero, risking a recession." INFLATION TESTS ECB All of which underlines the importance of the March U.S. consumer price report on Tuesday where the median forecast is for a stratospheric rise of 1.2%, taking annual inflation to an eye-watering 8.5%. China's inflation figures surprised on the high side on Monday and, while relatively modest at 1.5% year-on-year in March, still dented hopes for aggressive policy easing from Beijing. Inflation will also be front and centre for the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday where the risk is for a hawkish slant to the statement. "Inflation has jumped well above where the ECB thought it would be just one month ago," noted analysts at TD Securities "We expect a dramatic shift from the ECB, with the announcement of an early end to QE in May and setting the groundwork, but not quite committing to, a June hike." Continuing the tightening theme, central banks in Canada and New Zealand could well raise rates by 50 basis points at their policy meetings this week. [CA/INT] [NZ/INT] The outsized rise in Treasury yields has seen the dollar index top 100 for the first time since May 2020, and it was last trading at 99.858. The main casualty has been the yen as the Bank of Japan remains dedicated to keeping its policy super-loose and bond yields near zero. The dollar was up at 124.92 yen, having gained 1.5% last week to just below its recent peak of 125.10. In commodity markets, thermal coal was the stand out winner last week with a rise of almost 13% after the EU banned imports of Russian coal. Gold managed a weekly gain of 1.1% but has been undermined by the huge rise in bond yields and was last flat at $1,942 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices remained under pressure after world consumers announced plans to release crude from strategic stocks and as Chinese lockdowns continued. [O/R] Early Monday, Brent was down $2.05 at $100.73, while U.S. crude lost $2.10 to $96.16.

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**ELEZIONI PRESIDENZIALI FRANCESI** Stima iniziale di Opinionway: il Pres. Macron e la candidata di estrema destra Marine Le Pen si qualificano per il secondo turno delle elezioni presidenziali francesi - sondaggio per CNEWS TV. **Nel ballottaggio per la presidenza francese, Macron affronterà Le Pen. Secondo un sondaggio IFOP, Macron vincerebbe il secondo turno delle elezioni presidenziali francesi con il 51% dei voti.** Il presidente francese Macron raggiungerebbe il 54% e Le Pen il 46% al secondo turno delle elezioni presidenziali - Sondaggio IPSOS.

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - World stocks were headed for a weekly loss on Friday as the prospect of aggressive global rate hikes finally began to rattle investors, while bonds languished and the dollar looked set to ride higher yields to its best week in a month. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was steady on Friday but facing a weekly loss of about 1.5%. Japan's Nikkei wobbled a little higher but remained on course for a weekly loss of nearly 2.6%. S&P 500 futures were flat while FTSE futures and EuroSTOXX 50 futures each rose about 0.8% as traders looked for markets in London and Europe to catch up with a modest Thursday bounce on Wall Street. A late rally had lifted U.S. indexes a little, but they are also all down for the week led by a 2.5% loss for the yield-sensitive Nasdaq as higher interest rates loom large. Federal Reserve minutes this week have confirmed policymakers are ready to hike quickly to curb inflation. A looming European embargo on Russian coal looks set to further exacerbate economic pain and price pressures, though it also carried Indonesian stocks to a record high in Jakarta, where coal exporters expect better prices. (SO) A tight French presidential race is adding to nerves amid a growing sense that financial markets are entering a new era. Rabobank researchers reckon demand falling away leaves equity markets akin to Wile E. Coyote: "Running in the air for several moments before plummeting off a cliff edge." Hike expectations in Canada, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand are also surging with inflation. In France, a victory for far-right leader Marine Le Pen over incumbent Emmanuel Macron, while still unlikely, is now within the margins of error, opinion polls show and the euro edged down to a one-month low of $1.0855 in the Asia session. In bond markets, long-end Treasuries have borne the brunt of this week's selling as traders see it hit hardest by the Fed cutting bond holdings. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield is up 26 basis points (bps) to 2.6528% this week, and was steady in Asia trade on Friday. The 30-year yield is up 23 bps. The U.S. dollar has been the primary beneficiary and the dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies is up seven days in a row and hit an almost two-year high of 99.914 on Friday. [FRX/] The stronger dollar, and an oil price easing with supplies being released from reserves, has also pulled commodity currencies off recent peaks and redoubled pressure on the struggling yen. Japan's currency is near its lowest levels in years and was battling at 123.97 per dollar. Brent crude futures were steady at $100.73 per barrel and U.S. crude futures held at $96.30. [O/R] There were also some brighter spots, with Australia's bank-and-miner heavy equity market hanging in for a steady week. "A higher rate environment that transpires through the hiking cycle will continue to benefit value vs. growth equities and provides a more constructive outlook for sectors like financials," said Clara Cheong, a Singapore-based strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.

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@Esse #decarolis
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Ultimamente le indicazioni erano che la le pen eta in forte salita

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@annacoull #vpatraders
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Reading through my Bloomberg feed I've come across this item on the French elections - Quote : This month’s presidential election is barely registering on their (traders) risk radars, at least according to implied volatility in the euro. The spread between three-week and one-week implied volatility -- which captures the second and final round of voting on April 24th -- is basically flat, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. For reference, it ballooned when it captured the time frame of the December and March Federal Reserve meetings, the data show. That suggests traders expect Emmanuel Macron to win handily, despite his narrowing lead over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the latest polls. In one example from the Journal du Dimanche, Macron is poised to win the first round on April 10 and would beat Le Pen by 53% to 47% in a head-to-head runoff -- narrowing from 58% to 42% two weeks earlier. FX traders seem unbothered by that trend, even though a Le Pen victory would lead to a resounding repricing of risk for European investors. They are likely betting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has given Macron enough of a boost to get him over the line. Unquote

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The structure that will be introduced to actual clients is better then the one below , but this one is good enough for promotional purposes on Swing Trades . 1st pending -500 points @ 1 full size 2nd pending -1000 points @ 1/2 size 3rd pending -1500 points @ 1/3 size 4th pending -2000 points @ 1/4 size 5th pending -2500 points @ 1/2 size Feel free to invent your own , depends on loss and profit gather per probability of occurence of different scenarios . Risk on stop loss is -7,500 points and +5,168 for the take profit .

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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PENN closed at .83 (not moving, showing no strength)

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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PENN 02/18 53 call .76

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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I still writing on my niotebook an pen my steps....no excel or other..i am old guard

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@RedSunCap #droscrew
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Daniel Handler, pen name Lemony Snicket, (born February 28, 1970, San Francisco, California, U.S.), American author best known for his A Series of Unfortunate Events, a 13-book collection of unhappy morality tales for older children that was published between 1999 and 2006.

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@Neptune5045 #StockTraders.NET
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covered a few $pen

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@APompliano:** A sword can start a war.A pen can start a revolution.But a decentralized network can withstand both. https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1464818869848219654

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@lucullus #droscrew
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usa is not the land of free speech .... Big Tech has you guys in a sheep pen

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@c4n #Crypto4Noobs
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Blockchain Game Companies Pen Open Letter to Valve: ‘Don’t Ban Web3 Games’ https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/10/27/29-blockchain-gaming-companies-pen-open-letter-to-valve-dont-ban-web3-games/

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29 Blockchain Gaming Companies Pen Open Letter to Valve: ‘Don’t Ban Web3 Games’ https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/10/27/29-blockchain-gaming-companies-pen-open-letter-to-valve-dont-ban-web3-games/

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UK Markets Yesterday was mixed. Rolls-Royce Holdings jumped 11.3%, after the company agreed to sell its Spanish unit ITP Aero to Bain Capital Private Equity for €1.7 billion and as it won a £1.9 billion contract with the US Air Force to supply parts for its fleet of B-52 bombers for the next 30 years. IWG advanced 4.4%, following reports that the office rental firm is planning to split into different companies. Prudential rose 2.7%, after the company secured $2.4 billion from its Hong Kong share offering. Hikma Pharmaceuticals edged up 1.2%, after the company announced that it would acquire Custopharm from Water Street Healthcare Partners for $375.0 million. On the other hand, Renishaw dropped 5.9%, after the company announced that its full year results might be slightly delayed. The FTSE 100 gained 0.2%, to close at 7,063.4, while the FTSE 250 marginally dropped to end at 23,608.6. . European Markets Finished higher yesterday, following the outcome of German Federal elections and as European Central Bank President, Christine Lagarde, stated that inflation could exceed the bank’s projections. Biocorp Production climbed 6.9%, after the medical devices company entered into an agreement with Novo Nordisk in a bid to develop and distribute a Mallya smart add-on device for the Novo Nordisk FlexTouch pen used by diabetic people. Zooplus advanced 4.3%, after the company received a takeover offer worth €3.36 billion from private equity firm EQT. BASF rose 1.3%, after the company signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Sanyo Chemical for the joint development and access to technologies to develop advanced polyurethane dispersions. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.1%, to close at 1,785.0. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.3%, to close at 15,573.9, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.2%, to settle at 6,650.9. . US Markets Closed mostly lower yesterday, led by losses in technology sector stocks. Altice USA dropped 5.8%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Outperform’. Alphabet shed 0.8%, after the company’s Google unit announced that it would lower the commissions it collects on third-party software sales in its Cloud Marketplace. On the other hand, Gores Guggenheim advanced 4.7%, after the special purpose acquisition company announced that it would take electric car maker Polestar public through a merger at an enterprise value of $20 billion. Tesla rose 2.2%, after the company unveiled a software update that would allow customers to request access to its Full Self-Driving beta software. The S&P 500 slipped 0.3%, to settle at 4,443.1. The DJIA rose 0.2% to settle at 34,869.4, while the NASDAQ fell 0.5%, to close at 14,970.0. . Asian Markets Were trading mostly lower this morning, amid ongoing concerns over Chinese developer Evergrande’s debt crisis. In Japan, Taiyo Yuden and M3 have dropped 2.5% and 4.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Honda Motor and IHI have advanced 2.7% and 2.8%, respectively. In Hong Kong, China Merchants Bank and Alibaba Group Holding have risen 3.3% and 6.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, CLP Holdings and AAC Technologies Holdings have fallen 0.7% and 1.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Foosung and Sewoo Global have declined 7.4% and 7.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, NK Mulsan and Korea Gas have climbed 11.8% and 14.2%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.3% lower at 30,139.7. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.7% up at 24,629.9, while the Kospi index is trading 0.8% lower at 3,109.6.

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@Mago.del.Borneo #decarolis
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pure io sono dentro... per chi fa grafica era quasi obbligatorio un tentativo. Male che vada c'è lo stop > @CfdFX said: 2 sono le situzioni che mi intrigano su ENEL: * la prima il pattern rialzista HA sul Daiy su un bel supporto * la seconda il fatto che i volumi medi dell'attuale swing riazista sono pen più alti dello'ultimo swing ribassista....io per non sapere ne leggere ne scrivere un turbo end LONG l''ho preso.....vediamo cosa succede

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2 sono le situzioni che mi intrigano su ENEL: * la prima il pattern rialzista HA sul Daiy su un bel supporto * la seconda il fatto che i volumi medi dell'attuale swing riazista sono pen più alti dello'ultimo swing ribassista....io per non sapere ne leggere ne scrivere un turbo end LONG l''ho preso.....vediamo cosa succede

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Upgrades 9/16: $AXP $AZUL $BUD $CAR $CSCO $DAN $DASH $SAN $SIG Downgrades 9/16: $BYND $EQNR $FSR $GMAB $LEA $LVS $MLCO $RIDE $TBPH $UL $VC $WYNN +Initiations 9/16: $AUUD $CELH $CRNT $EZPW $GXO $HUMA $LILM $LMAT $PEN

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@oreofresh13 #PlutoTraders
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hope everyone is ready less than 10 minutes now 830 sharp I will be dropping the link for everyone to join this zoom will be about 30 minutes and like Mazi said it will be on risk management and pips this stuff is vital hope to see everyone there also have your notes and pen 🖊 ready ears 👂 and eyes wide open !

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@JoergS #T|T|T
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ja epic pen geiles tool

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Tuesday, August 10, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -19.00 0.05% 34,979 S&P 500 -0.25 0.02% 4,425 Nasdaq 17.50 0.12% 15,142 Stock markets are looking quiet again, as major averages have been holding near record highs but struggling for direction to start the week. Stronger economic data last Friday on the form of non-farm payrolls and declining unemployment helped boost sentiment about the economy, overshadowing any uncertainty over what impact the fast-spreading delta virus variant will have on the economy and comments from Federal Reserve officials about scaling back support. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index gained 68 points to settle at 27,888, the Shanghai Index jumped 35 points to 3,529, and the Hang Seng Index gained 322 points (1.23%) to close at 26,605. In Europe, the German DAX is up around 25 points to 15,770, while the FTSE 100 is down a few points at 7,125. Today a fairly busy day of economic data, but all eyes fixed on the inflation reports coming up tomorrow (CPI) and on Thursday (PP), to see if the four-month spike in prices is indeed transitory as the Fed has pledged or if it is something more troubling for consumers down the line. Earnings season has begun to slow, with nearly 450 S&P companies having reported this quarter, with only some big retailers (WMT, TGT, HD, LOW) remaining. Trading ranges have remained in tight ranges of late, as summer doldrums have kicked in early. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -4.17 points, or 0.09%, to 4,432.35 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -106.66 points, or 0.30%, to 35,101.85 The Nasdaq Composite gained 24.42 points, or 0.16%, to 14,860.18 The Russell 2000 Index declined -12.95 points, or 0.58% to 2,234.81 Events Calendar for Today 6:00 AM ET NFIB Small Business Optimism for July 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Non-farm Productivity, prelim-Q2 8:30 AM ET Unit Labor Costs, prelim-Q2 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $58 bln in 3-year notes 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BSY, BTAI, CSPR, FULC, GTIM, IIVI, JBI, KPLT, LAND, LODE, MRNSD, MTNB, NAUT, OWL, SMID, SYY, TDG, TDW, VITL, VPG, VSH, VTNR Earnings After the Close: AIRG, AVGR, BVS, CHK, CLSD, COIN, COKE, CSSE, CURI, DAR, DOCS, EPAY, FTEK, GO, HCKT, HYRE, JAMF, KODK, KTCC, LPRO, LRN, MCFE, MEG, NARI, NVEE, OPFI, PANL, PAY, PAYS, PLBY, POSH, PUBM, SFT, SIEN, SMCI, TASK, TDUP, U, UPST, VEC, WW, ZETA Other Key Events: BTIG Biotechnology Conference 2021 (virtual), 8/9-8/10 Canaccord Genuity 41st Annual Growth Conference (virtual), 8/10-8/12 Cowen Annual Communications Infrastructure Hybrid Summit, 8/9-8/12 Cowen 9th Annual Internet & Media Bus Tour (virtual), 8/9-8/13 KeyBanc Capital Markets Technology Leadership Virtual Forum, 8/9-8/12 Oppenheimer 24th Annual Technology, Internet & Comm Conference (virtual), 8/10-8/12 Piper Biotech Virtual Tour, 8/10-8/12 Susquehanna 2021 Energy, Industrials & Airlines Conference (virtual), 8/10-8/11 UBS Financial Services Conference (virtual), 8/10-8/12 Wells Fargo 6th Annual FinTech & Technology Services Forum (virtual), 8/10-8/11 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.05 67.51 Brent 0.84 69.88 Gold -1.00 1,728.90 EUR/USD -0.0018 1.1719 JPY/USD 0.24 110.53 10-Year Note +0.002 1.319% World News The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index was 99.7 vs. 103.3 consensus, and down from 102.5 in June. Germany Aug ZEW Sentiment4, well below the 56.7 consensus; conditions 29.3 vs 30.0 consensus; expectations decline for third time in a row; concerns over 4th wave of COVID affecting German economy in the Autumn Sector News Breakdown Consumer AMC Entertainment ($AMC) Q2 adj EPS loss (-$0.71) vs. est. loss (-$0.93); Q2 revs $444.7M vs. est. $381.28M; currently has liquidity availability of more than $2.0 billion; said welcomed more than 22 million guests back to theatres during Q2; said as of June 30, 2021, operated 593 domestic theatres & 335 international theatres Calloway ($ELY) 2Q adj EPS $0.36 vs est. $0.01 on revs $914Mm vs est. $753.1Mm; guides 3Q revs $775-790Mm vs est. $763Mm, sees 3Q adj EBITDA $51-58Mm vs est. $77.3Mm; guides FY revs $3.025-3.055B vs est. $2.84B, sees FY adj EBITDA $345-360Mm vs est. $295.3Mm CarLotz ($LOTZ) 2Q EPS ($0.06) vs est. ($0.20) on revs $50.8Mm vs est. $48.1Mm; withdraws previous FY21 outlook due to channel constraints Chegg Inc. ($CHGG) 2Q adj EPS $0.43 vs est. $0.37 on revs $198.5Mm vs est. $190.1Mm; guides 3Q revs $170-175Mm vs est. $173Mm; guides FY21 revs $805-815Mm vs est. $797.8Mm, sees FY adj EBITDA $295-300Mm vs est. $278.6Mm DoorDash ($DOOR) 2Q adj EPS $2.23 vs est. $2.09 on revs $662Mm vs est. $635.2Mm; guides FY sales +17-20% vs est. +14.5%, sees FY adj EPS $8.00-8.60 vs est. $8.50 Inter Parfums ($IPAR) 2Q EPS $0.71 vs est. $0.43 on revs $207.6Mm vs est. $207.6m; continues to see FY revs approx $750Mm vs est. $758.1Mm, EPS $1.95 vs est. $1.93 Nautilus ($NLS) Q1 EPS $0.43 vs. est. $0.30; Q1 revs $185M vs. est. $169.05M; said Q1 retail grew sales by 91% or 107% excluding Octane, delivering record net sales of $120 million, while Direct grew by 26%; sees Q2 revs $145M-$155M vs. est. $153.05M Original BARK ($BARK) 1Q adj EPS ($0.09) vs est. ($0.06) on revs $117.6Mm vs est. $116.8Mm; guides 2Q revs $122Mm vs est. $120.3Mm; reaffirms FY guide, sees FY revs $516Mm vs est. $516.5Mm Plant Fitness ($PLNT) Q2 adj EPS $0.21 vs. est. $0.23; Q2 revs $137.3M vs. est. $127.2M; ends second quarter with total membership of more than 14.8M and over 98% of stores open globally; Q2 adj EBITDA increased $64.8M to $55.6M from a loss of $9.3M in the prior year period; sees FY21 adj EPS $0.65-$0.70 vs. est. $0.94; sees FY21 revs $530M-$540M vs. est. $541.69M Purple Innovation ($PRPL) Q2 adj EPS $0.05 vs. est. $0.12; Q2 revs $182.6M vs. est. $181.8M; guides year revs $820M-$850M vs. est. $823.6M; sees year Ebitda $78M-$88M vs. est. $81.8M RealReal inc. ($REAL) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.50) vs. est. (-$0.47); Q2 revs $104.91M vs. est. $107.25M; Q2 GMV $350M; said trailing 12 months active buyers reached 730,000, an increase of 19% year-over-year and 48% compared to the same period in 2019; Orders reached 673K, an increase of 53% Y/Y and 33% compared to the same period in 2019. Tesla ($TSLA) sold 32,968 China-made vehicles in July, including 24,347 for export, the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) said on Tuesday; local sales of China-made vehicles plunged 69% to 8,621 cars from 28,138 in June. Financials First Republic ($FRC) announces offering of 2M shares of common stock CoreCivic ($CXW) Q2 adj FFO $0.46; Q23 revs $464.6M vs. est. $466.1M; Adjusted EBITDA of $101.7M; sale of five non-core real estate assets for gross proceeds of $328.7 million SVB Financial ($SIVB)23M share Spot Secondary priced at $564.00 P. Carey ($WPC) 4.5M share Spot Secondary priced at $78.00 Healthcare BioCryst ($BCRX) announces offering of $200M of common stock, warrants Halozyme ($HALO) Q2 non-GAAP EPS $0.66 vs. est. $0.40; Q2 revs $136.5M vs. est. $103.16M; raises FY21 non-GAAP EPS view to $1.85-$2.00 from $1.55-$1.70 and boosts FY21 revenue view to $425M-$445M from $375M-$395M (est. $404.5M) citing the recent signing of a new collaboration and license agreement and strong year-to-date results Inovio Pharma ($INO) 2Q EPS ($0.39) vs est. ($0.25) on revs $273K; as of June 30, cash and equivalents & s-t investments were $443.7Mm, says continue to evaluate and assess impact of new covid strains Penumbra ($PEN) 2Q adj EPS $0.21 vs est. $0.17 on revs $184.3Mm vs est. $170.8Mm; guides FY revs $720-730Mm vs est. $702.7Mm Reta Pharma ($RETA) 2Q adj EPS ($1.32) vs est. ($2.06); reaffirms cash runway through mid-2024, reaffirms plan to submit MAA with EMA in 4Q21 for marketing approval of bardoxolone for treatment of CKD Rocket Pharma ($RCKT) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.55); expects its balance in cash equivalents and investments of $426.8 mln as of June 30, to fund its operations into 2H 2023 Shockwave Medical ($SWAV) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.01) vs. est. loss (-$0.41); Q2 revs $55.908M vs. est. $45.17M; raises FY21 revenue view $218M-$223M from $195M-$205M (est. $200.6M); Granted approval for a Transitional Pass-Through (TPT) payment for Shockwave C2 Coronary IVL device, which became effective July 1, 2021 for procedures in the outpatient setting SmileDirectClub ($SDC) 2Q EPS ($0.14) vs est. ($0.09) on revs $174Mm vs est. $198.5Mm; guides FY revs $750-800Mm vs est. $833.6Mm; Q2 average aligner gross sales price of $1,885 for Q2, compared to $1,817 for the second quarter of 2020 Steris Plc ($STE) Q1 adj EPS $1.76 vs. est. $1.49; Q1 revs $968.4M vs. est. $904.9M; now expects as reported revenue of approximately $4.6B in 2022, an increase from prior expectations of $4.5B; sees year EPS $7.60-$7.85 vs. est. $7.51; free cash flow for fiscal 2022 is now expected to be approximately $400 mln; raises dividend

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Monday, August 9, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -110.00 0.32% 34,979 S&P 500 -8.25 0.19% 4,421 Nasdaq 10.50 0.07% 15,106 Stock futures traded mostly lower Monday as investors increased bets the Federal Reserve would pull back on stimulus following a stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs report last week. Stocks closed higher on Friday, adding to its string of weekly advances as the S&P 500 index hits its 44th record high after a strong monthly jobs report fuels a further rotation into riskier assets. The U.S. economy added 943,000 jobs in July as hiring surged and employers raised wages to lure workers. It marked the second straight month of impressive growth. For the week, unofficially, the S&P rose 0.94%, the Dow added 0.78%, and the Nasdaq gained 1.11%. U.S. Treasury yields rose Friday after the jobs report, rising 8.7 bps at 1.3036%, its highest of the day, as equity indexes closed at record highs (back down at 1.28%). The financial sector saw its biggest daily percentage gain since July 20, while materials scored their best day in nearly a month as consumer discretionary stocks lagged. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index gained 91 points to 27,820, the Shanghai Index rises 36 points (over 1%) to 3,494, the Hang Seng Index jumps 104 points to 26,283. In Europe, the German DAX is down -30 points to 15,730, while the FTSE 100 is down about -25 points, dipping just below 7,100. Bitcoin prices are higher by over 5% to $45,000 while Ethereum prices extend last week gains, also up over 5% topping $3,000. Oil prices looking lower again as WTI Crude slips 3.75% or over $2.50 to $65.70 (lowest levels since June) as worries about the COVID Delta variant’s impact on global growth increase. Goldman Sachs cut its forecast for China Q3 and full-year GDP, but does expect the government to bring the outbreak under control in about a month. Also, China’s crude imports slipped to the lowest since May last month after operations were halted at key ports on the east coast due to a typhoon. The nation imported 41.24 metric tons of crude in July, according to data. Gold prices slide $22 or over 1$ at $1,742.00 an ounce – but well-off overnight lows after plunging just below $1,700 an ounce Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 7.42 points, or 0.17%, to 4,436.52 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 144.26 points, or 0.41%, to 35,208.51 The Nasdaq Composite declined -59.36 points, or 0.40%, to 14,835.76 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 11.75 points, or 0.53% to 2,247.76 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM EST JOLTs Job Openings for June Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AGEN, AMRX, APD, AVYA, AXSM, BALY, BFLY, BHV, CEVA, CRNC, DISH, DRNA, DS, EBIX, ELAN, ENR, EPZM, HE, III, ITCI, JOUT, KOS, LINC, MPAA, RDNT, SCPL, SGMS, SNDX, TGNA, TSN, TTD, USFD, VTRS, WHF, WKHS Earnings After the Close: ACM, ADMS, AMC, APEI, APPF, APPS, ASUR, AVD, BCEI, BRP, CABO, CARA, CBT, CCXI, CF, CMBM, CMP, CSTL, CXW, DDD, DOOR, ELY, ETH, EVBG, FGEN, FSK, FTK, GBDC, GOOD, HALO, IIIV, IIN, INO, IPAR, LOTZ, MESA, MODN, MYO, NCMI, NHI, OMER, OSH, OUST, PEN, PLNT, PRPL, QLYS, REAL, REI, RETA, RPAY, SAIL, SENS, SNCR, STE, SWAV, TALK, TPTX, VUZI, WES, ZIOP Other Key Events: BTIG Biotechnology Conference 2021 (virtual), 8/9-8/10 Cowen Annual Communications Infrastructure Hybrid Summit, 8/9-8/12 Cowen 9th Annual Internet & Media Bus Tour (virtual), 8/9-8/13 KeyBanc Capital Markets Technology Leadership Virtual Forum, 8/9-8/12 Needham 10th Annual Industrial Technologies 1:1 Conference (virtual), 8/6-8/9 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -2.60 65.68 Brent -2.53 68.17 Gold -22.00 1,741.00 EUR/USD -0.0006 1.1756 JPY/USD -0.08 110.17 10-Year Note -0.008 1.28% World News China’s export growth slowed in July, adding to concerns the economy’s recovery will face fresh pressure in the second half of the year. Exports grew 19.3% in dollar terms in July from a year earlier, while imports rose 28.1%, the customs administration said Saturday. That left a trade surplus of $56.58 billion for the month. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Sanderson Farms ($SAFM) is said close to a deal to sell itself to Cargill and Continental Grain for about $4.5B. The deal, which could be announced as soon as tomorrow, is expected to value Sanderson Farms (SAFM) at $203 per share – WSJ https://on.wsj.com/3yAS4dD Philip Morris ($PM) has raised its bid for British drugmaker Vectura ($VEGPF) to 165 pence, or $2.29, per share, according to Reuters, citing the tobacco company. Tesla ($TSLA) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Jefferies and up tgt to $850 from $700 as sees higher global battery electric demand, more battery and assembly capacity coming on stream, a broader and mix-accretive model line-up with more Model Ys and the new S and no legacy issues to contend with Conagra Brands ($CAG) files automatic mixed securities shelf Spectrum Brands Holdings ($SPB) mentioned positively in Barron’s, calling it an undervalued stock that lets investors bet on multiple Covid-era trends at once. It has the defensive characteristics of a consumer- staples brand and its debt problems appear to be easing. Ross Stores ($ROST) and WW Int’l ($WW) will benefit from shoppers buying new wardrobes and getting back in shape for a return to the office according to Barron’s. Starbucks ($SBUX) and Ruth’s Hospitality Group ($RUTH) fell on delta concerns, but both have seen sales momentum as cities reopen ManpowerGroup ($MAN) announces new stock repurchase program for up to 4M shares Haverty’s ($HVT) announces new $25M stock repurchase program Energy Oil prices looking lower as WTI Crude slips 3.75% or over $2.50 to $65.70 (lowest levels since June) as worries about the COVID Delta variant’s impact on global growth increase. Goldman Sachs cut its forecast for China Q3 and full-year GDP, but does expect the government to bring the outbreak under control in about a month. Also, China’s crude imports slipped to the lowest since May last month after operations were halted at key ports on the east coast due to a typhoon. The nation imported 41.24 metric tons of crude in July, according to data. Saudi Aramco made net profit of 95.5 billion riyals ($25.5 billion) in the second quarter, the highest level since the end of 2018. Free cash flow rose to $22.6 billion Financials Berk­shire Hath­away Inc. ($BRKA) said Q2 net earn­ings rose 7%, boosted by im­proved re­sults for its rail­road, util­i­ties and en­ergy com­pa­nies. Op­er­at­ing earn­ings, which ex­clude some in­vest­ment re­sults, rose to $6.7B from $5.5B in the year prior. Prof­its in­creased within the com­pa­ny’s rail-road, util­i­ties and en­ergy di­vi­sions but de­clined at the com­pa­ny’s vast in­sur­ance op­er­a­tions Hudson Pacific Properties ($HPP), a real estate investment trust that leases space in West Los Angeles, could gain on bets its Hollywood producer and plastic surgeon tenants won’t give up their offices according to Barron’s. Boston Properties ($BXP) was also recommended for its exposure to the thriving health care and tech sectors in Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. DiamondRock ($DRH) files automatic mixed securities shelf Healthcare Exact Sciences ($EXAS) has approached Invitae ($NVTA) about a possible merger, Bloomberg reported late Friday while saying the companies are not in active talks, and if a deal materializes, it could be an all-stock deal with a low premium https://bit.ly/37wMxch Eton Pharmaceuticals’ ($ETON) antiepileptic topiramate oral solution FDA action date has been delayed three months to November 6, 2021, according to an SEC filing after a decision was expected on Friday. Lexicon ($LXRX) files $200M mixed securities shelf Epizyme Inc. ($EPZM) rises after announcing a deal with Hutchmed China to develop Tazverik, a medicine used to treat certain patients with epithelioid sarcoma and others with follicular lymphoma Elanco ($ELAN) Q2 adj EPS $0.28 vs. rest. $0.26; Q2 revs $1.28B vs. est. $1.23B; sees Q3 adj EPS $0.15-$0.19 vs. est. $0.20; sees Q3 revs $1.075B-$1.1B vs. est. $1.09B Industrials & Materials HVAC stocks Carrier Global ($CARR), Lennox International ($LII), Trane Technologies ($TT), and Johnson Controls International ($JCI)-have all reported strong calendar Q2 earnings and are up an average of more than 40% this year, according to Barron’s. Article notes the HVAC business is rapidly becoming one of the most consistent end markets in the industrial universe, and it’s also becoming an important ESG play Air Products ($APD) Q3 adj EPS $2.31 vs. est. $2.36; Q3 revs $2.6B vs. est. $2.49B; sees Q4 adj EPS $2.44-$2.54 vs. est. $2.51; narrows FY21 adj EPS view to $8.95-$9.05 from $8.95-$9.10 (est. $9.07); sees 2021 cap-ex spending of about $2.5B Barrick Gold ($GOLD) Q2 adj EPS $0.29 vs. est. $0.28; Q2 revs $2.89B vs. est. $3.06B Technology, Media & Telecom Dish ($DISH) Q2 EPS $1.06 vs. est. $0.89; Q2 revs $4.49B vs. est. $4.43B; Q2 Net Pay-TV subscribers decreased approximately 67,000, compared to a net decrease of approximately 96,000 in the year-ago quarter; closed the quarter with 10.99M Pay-TV subscribers, including 8.55M DISH TV subscribers and 2.44M SLING TV subscribers Nokia ($NOK) could continue to rally (after rising 56% YTD) according to Barron’s as it recovers from a period of underperformance. It will benefit from telecom operators upgrading their equipment to support 5G and the work- at-home trend. It’s also a meme stock favored by retail investors. Corporate tech spending is forecast to rise again, and two stocks to benefit from the trend are Microsoft ($MSFT) and Cisco Systems ($CSCO), according to Barron’s. LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, could get a boost from increased worker mobility and job listings. Evercore ISI analyst Amit Daryanani sees a path for Cisco to reach $100 per share TikTok owner ByteDance Ltd. is reviving plans to list in Hong Kong by early next year even as Chinese authorities widen their crackdown on the country’s technology companies, the Financial Times reported

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the next big crisis will se the gov pen flick the balance sheet to zero

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@RedSunCap rather see shoe in the pen, then see me and nitto rollin in a Benzo!

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They are picking out of our pen now man...!!!

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a stroke of the pen in washington makes all these crypto worthless

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me too all pen and paper. its good for you

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at least i didnt end up eating him like some of other animals, we had a bunch of rabbits as well. they were given to us, i was told the chewed a hole in their pen and escaped

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pulls out paper and pen... > @Math said: here is my two cents on what I see..

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Du meinst denn Screen Marker? -> Epic Pen https://epic-pen.com/

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Don't let him get his hands on a pen or marker.

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@coulldc ...David. I wanted to ask about PDF materials that accompany the videos in the Forex course. My request is this and I'm willing to buy them for whatever you charge; the psychology, technical, fundamental, and relational Pdf. Is there a way I can access them in a Pdf hard copy since I'm one of those people who prefer reading off a hardcopy rather than off the computer screen since I can write and highlight the important points. I have all your books in my library and I have them on ink pen because I absorb better when I go for my second reading that way. Let me know and thank you.

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@ashy2classy #droscrew
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the pen is mightier

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generally best to not play earnings pen

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Pen trying to stack dollaz

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"Can you help I got my pen stuck in my hair?"

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lol if you wanna play it add some time to that strike pen. like I said I'm going in with April $72.5 Cs

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@dros #droscrew
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nav I'm talking to pen about his MU here

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that's a pretty hardcore lotto Pen

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.50 cents now. pen on seeing at 40

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Currently 18k business listings on the marketplace. Average order value (AOV) ~$100, compared with average cannabis retailers $50-60, showing how they are more than standard retail. On the business side, they provide a “Business-in-a-Box” (BiaB) SaaS solution for retailers, most importantly compiling all regulation requirements (state, county, city) in real-time to ensure compliance. They claim there are no direct competitors who can support cannabis businesses in this space. Most of their clients were doing all record keeping on pen and paper because other ecomm platforms and record software cannot meet regulatory requirements. They have ~4k clients on the monthly subscription service ($500/mo). They plan to build out their platform to include CRM, loyalty programs, and premium analytics. With new features they will increase the price.

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Penumbra, Inc., headquartered in Alameda, California, is a global healthcare company focused on innovative therapies. Penumbra designs, develops, manufactures and markets novel products and has a broad portfolio that addresses challenging medical conditions in markets with significant unmet need. Penumbra sells its products to hospitals and healthcare providers primarily through its direct sales organization in the U.S., most of Europe, Canada and Australia, and through distributors in select international markets. Penumbra, the Penumbra P logo, Indigo, CAT, Separator, Lightning, and Penumbra ENGINE are trademarks of Penumbra, Inc.

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