Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 3419
Sayulita, probably, at least initially.
I can't unfortunately. Still have a bunch to do before I leave as I'm still working 9-5, have to move out, and have to see a few close friends before I go.
Finance sector is pretty important, at its basic level it puts idle capital to work to create jobs, allowing the accumulated wealth of the older generations to turn a profit while simultaneously creating jobs for the younger generations. Obviously though, there's a lot of pork getting siphoned off in the process.
Lets clear a few things up.
Commercial banks are in the business of taking deposits and making loans. Banks don't only get money from the "fed" as you put it. They get capital from depositors, equity owners of the bank (shareholders) and many of them issue their own public and private debt on their own (this comes from people/pensions/etc who are making a profit off the banks EVIL!!!! ?). They make money by prudently managing risk, and provide a ton of value. How do you think businesses support themselves? If it only came from the owner's putting in equity and retaining cash flow generated, then many/most companies would not be able to operate. Bank debt is way cheaper than getting people to invest in your business. That's the value they provide.
Investment banks essentially are middle men or service providers. They create, structure, and market "securities" to investors who want to buy them on behalf of entities (cities, towns, organizations, companies) who need capital. In addition, they offer advice for these same entities regarding these, and other corporate transactions. They earn a small percentage of the proceeds. Without these middlemen, once again, these entities would have trouble accessing capital to fund their operations. For example, skeen say your father's machine shop was bigger, and he wanted to sell it when he retired. How would he go about finding the most appropriate buyer and ensuring a fair price was received? An investment bank. Wouldn't it be worth the 5% of the sale proceeds in fees to the bank if they were able to earn an additional 10% over what your dad could sell it for alone by having knowledge of the industry and who the potential buyers would be? Not much different than a realtor, consignment shop, etc.
I personally don't see that as any different than a retailer or distributor, but for some reason skeen and kunk seem to see it as different because the product they are retailing/distributing is money.
Monday was squats, occlusion squats and rdl.
Tuesday was olympic squats w/ pause and deadlift.
Wednesday was squats and occlusion squats.
Today was olympic squats, deadlifts and deficit deadlifts.
Insane quad doms.
Saturday is squats and occlusion squats again, lol.
Question for the brahs. Is there an ideal time during the day to work out on a cut? I usually worked out at lunch but I'm finding my night workouts to be a lot better now in a deficit.