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Closed out a CC for $151.26 that had a max profit of $179. Trying to write another CC on the same underlying, 4/16 @ $3.80 a share.

Also have CSP for KLR @ 17.50 for 3/19 with a limit of $1.40 a share. The market is moving away from that (underlying going up as per usual with KLR lately) and not holding my breath on that tendie.
 

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Closed out a CC for $151.26 that had a max profit of $179. Trying to write another CC on the same underlying, 4/16 @ $3.80 a share.

Also have CSP for KLR @ 17.50 for 3/19 with a limit of $1.40 a share. The market is moving away from that (underlying going up as per usual with KLR lately) and not holding my breath on that tendie.
 

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My MIL is counting the days until she can pull her money out of Europe. She has some lockup for another 22 months...
hot take: pandemic credit flow is literally sucking the money out of europe
 

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Given the glut of savings, it has to go somewhere. If they don’t finish the single financial market to better allocate savings within the union, might as well go outside.
 

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This was one of the earliest stories that led to my current bromance level admiration for Elon Musk:

 

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This was one of the earliest stories that led to my current bromance level admiration for Elon Musk:

Eh, I agree there's no shortage of unnecessary office jargon, but your latter article goes too far for my taste, seemingly decrying variety in language altogether:

Most workplace jargon and acronyms are irritating because they’re so unnecessary. These phrases say nothing that pre-existing words and phrases can’t.
For example, I don't see the problem with the phrase 'hard stop' to signify when one absolutely has to drop off a call / leave a meeting; despite the article's insistence, I don't consider 'deadline' a very elegant substitute. Should someone have argued against the creation of the word 'beautiful' when 'pretty' would arguably have sufficed?
 

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Eh, I agree there's no shortage of unnecessary office jargon, but your latter article goes too far for my taste, seemingly decrying variety in language altogether:
Let’s put a pin in this discussion and circle back later once we’ve picked the lower-hanging fruit.
 

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What did Elon name his kid again?
 

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Let’s put a pin in this discussion and circle back later once we’ve picked the lower-hanging fruit.
Parking lot that idea. What are next steps to remain aligned around best practice metrics
 

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Parking lot that idea. What are next steps to remain aligned around best practice metrics
What I know to be true is that we need to get to action. The only way to realize these synergies in this window is to be all in on a one team focus. Otherwise it might as well just be pencils down.
 

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