2021.10.25 16:42 cormacdunn1967 /u/cormacdunn1967 FutRep Profile
2021.10.25 16:42 jared_buckert What are they worth?
I was lurking around FB Marketplace and I stumbled into a large quantity of camp stoves for sale. I don't need 17 stoves, but the price is too good to pass up. My question is this: are these stoves worth much in working condition? I know it's hard to say for sure, but I'm just curious. What are working camp stoves selling for? These look to be the green rectangular two burner type stoves. Will post more pictures after the deal is done.
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2021.10.25 16:42 anonfthehfs Back from Vacation. 10-25-21 DD: Going Long on ATER and don't freak out that the SI, Utilization, and CTB is decreasing. I'll explain
Disclaimer: I'm not a financial advisor and this is not financial advice. I'm simply a retail investor who is gathering information available to the public and reporting my thoughts on the stock. I do not work for or have any ties to any financial institutions. I'm just a crayon eating Marine Vet who loves the market. I own a shares of $ATER and some LEAPs long term call options on ATER. I am long ATER at a cost basis around $7.50.
Missed you guys and hope everyone is doing well. I had a great vacation and I'm back ready to dive into this DD.
What happened last week?
ATER dipped initially , ripped up to $10, then dipped back down to the $7 range.
First, let's go over the long-term ATER Thesis:
ATER is a heavily shorted/manipulated stock.
The reason they were targeted for shorting was because Aterian was having issues with debt and shipping related logistics issues. This was legit a couple months ago, Aterian was struggling with the shipping crisis and had a good amount of debt short term debt hanging over their heads.
So what happened a couple of weeks ago?
Aterian was able to cut a deal with High Trail who held a large chunk of debt and greatly reduce the amount of debt owed from 66.3 million down to 25 million and pushed the due dated to April 2023. They also worked out a deal improving shipping containers. This takes off a significant amount of pressure off Aterian.
Shorts and Bears were hoping the debt and shipping crisis would be one of the final nails in the coffin. Now, their bear case is significantly weaker.
I keep saying this but I'll say it again......I am in this play for the long haul: Meaning that I'm not planning on selling my shares any time soon. I have been adding this to my family's (Wife's) 401k and my personal brokerage account. I'm adding primarily shares, not options. I do have some LEAP options for 2022 to 2024 now. I sold most of my Nov to Jan contracts for a loss and rolled them into longer term LEAPs. Either way, I'm buying more shares than anything else.
I view this stock as fundamentally more valuable than the shorts/bears believe it is. I think every other stock in the Squeeze subs are getting the attention but ATER just sits there being dragged down/undervalued.
There is very little volume on the stock. We are currently at 3 million volume at noon. The volume is tiny
I've looked all across the board at the analyst recommendations. I wanted to understand why the bearish ones and the neutral ones view the company that way because I've covered the bullish ones.
Matt Koranda from Roth Capital had a $25 Price Target on ATER then downgraded it to $5.50 back in Aug. But after they made the deal with High Point he changed his Price Target to $12 a share. He downgraded ATER and is bearish, yet he still has a $12 price target on ATER.
The Ortex consensus has changed from $27 to $13. Main Street is still around $18 to $25. Either way, the stock is undervalued. https://preview.redd.it/d24sx7ndcnv71.png?width=1265&format=png&auto=webp&s=4e19629e0c4b845ee1d0b1bd3ec4f15d9f31a077
With a solid 4th Quarter, I think this stock will be back in the $20's. With the stock priced right now at $7 that is a great price improvement.
Going over the numbers:
2019: 114.45 Million
2020: 185.70 Million
Anticipated 2021e: 243.96 Million
Anticipated 2022e: 294.60 Million
Outstanding Shares: 44.45 Million Free Float: Between 25.36 Million and 30 Million The Float remains pretty low compared to many other stocks Squeeze stocks.
Reference: Public Float Numbers according to MarketWatch:
BBIG: 90.45 Million
PROG: 114.83 Million
ATER: 25.25 Million
Annual EBITDA ( EBITDA stands for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) :
(Wut mean: Basically Short term operational efficiency)
2019: -54.15 Million
2020: -20.89 Million
2021e: -13.77 Million
2022e: 1.04 Million
EPS (Earnings Per Share) :
So why does the price keep going down?
Ok, since some of you guys have never traded a highly manipulated stock before, I'll try to explain.
Volume matters......no really it does.....
"𝙄𝙛 𝙥𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙚 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙩𝙝, 𝙫𝙤𝙡𝙪𝙢𝙚 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙡𝙞𝙚 𝙙𝙚𝙩𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙤𝙧 𝙩𝙚𝙨𝙩."
Read that back again!!
"𝙄𝙛 𝙥𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙚 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙩𝙝, 𝙫𝙤𝙡𝙪𝙢𝙚 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙡𝙞𝙚 𝙙𝙚𝙩𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙤𝙧 𝙩𝙚𝙨𝙩."
So, ATER usually has it's worst days on really low volume. You think that is by accident? Nope, it's because the price is being manipulated. The reason why so many Retail Traders are annoyed with Dark Pools and Payment for Order Flow is because it allows the Biggest Players the ability to control the price on low volume. Long story short, the big guys can front run retails buying pressure and negate it.
That means that even if there is a small to medium size buying pressure, they can literally wipe it from the books by using their tools.
It's one of the reasons Citadel is suing the SEC right now. They want to be able to continuing to control how retail buys and sells stocks. They don't like IEX because it's way more fair when routed through the exchange than the current system.
Citadel and other big guys, they don't want the playing field to be level.......ever......
Dark Pools: https://www.dummies.com/personal-finance/investing/10-things-you-need-to-know-about-dark-pools/
Dark pools need stock markets
Dark pools need traditional displayed markets. That’s how they determine the price of a stock. Because the price and the number of shares that are to be traded aren’t shown in a dark pool, the dark pool has to get its price from somewhere, which is why dark pools look to the displayed markets for a price benchmark.
The original matching of trades in a dark pool would be done based on the average price of the best bid and the best offer available on a displayed stock exchange. The best bid is the highest price a buyer is willing to pay for a stock, whereas the best offer is the lowest price a seller is willing to sell his stock. By matching a trade at the average of the best bid and best offer, both the buyer and the seller in a dark pool receive a better price than they would’ve received in the displayed market. This competitive edge of the dark pools is referred to as price improvement.
Dark pools have grown because of HFT Originally, dark pools were designed for big institutions. Dark pools quickly grew, however, in part due to the growth of high-frequency trading (HFT) in the traditional displayed stock markets. Institutions now had an even stronger need to avoid what they felt was the predatory trading of high-frequency traders as the HFT crowd tried to sniff out large orders in the displayed markets.
As a result, more and more institutions traded in the dark. It brought about a problem for the dark pools, though. Who would be trading with the big institutions? Who would take the other side of the institutional investors’ trades? To satisfy the demand for more liquidity, some dark pools began letting high-frequency traders into their pools so that more trades could be matched.
Opening the door to high-frequency traders has resulted in exactly the same activity within dark pools that institutional investors tried to get away from in the displayed markets – predatory algorithms sniffing out big orders and trading against them.
Dark pools are preferred by banks and brokers
Banks and brokers are more than happy to execute trades in their own dark pool to improve on their own bottom line. As the size of the average executed trades on dark pools has decreased, more and more small orders are being routed to dark pools before being sent to the displayed markets.
Brokers may possibly try to match your order in their own dark pool. Doing so is okay as long as you get price improvement and an overall saving in your trading costs. Be sure to ask your broker whether he routes your orders via a dark pool or not.
Dark pools allow front running
Front running is when another trader knows that you’re about to buy (or sell) a stock and that trader then buys (or sells) the same stock before you’re able to and then immediately sells the stock to you at a higher price. Front running isn’t fair and is banned, but unfortunately, front running still happens in dark pools.
Some dark pool operators have been fined for such actions, and some are facing lawsuits. Some dark pools have been fined for breaking rules and facing the ire of regulators. Because of the way dark pools are set up and their lack of transparency, there is a real temptation to front-run orders. Be careful and know what dark pools your orders are being traded on.
Dark pools aren’t all the same Dark pools come in many different guises. Their lack of transparency is the one unifying factor, but each one is a little different from the other because they all have their own specific rules on whom they allow to trade in their pools and under what conditions. Some dark pools have limits on trade sizes, only allowing large orders, also known as blocks, to be traded within them. Then others allow high-frequency traders to trade in their pools. Other dark pools even differentiate themselves with the way they match trades.
Ok, that was a lot of words.......Wut Mean?
========================================================================================================== Dark Pool Key Points = Dark Pools allow "Front Running" and are not transparent.....which basically means they can negate buying/selling pressures. The fact that the biggest players LOVE dark pools should show you that the are unfair / fuck retail.
So, that means on low volume days, they can offset any buying pressure.
So why should I HODL or buy in on ATER??
Ok, Ok, So............the entire stock market is broken and many stocks are highly manipulated.......why should I buy?
1. Regardless of the short interest, ATER will eventually go back up in the next 12 to 18 months!!!
So this is where I think retail doesn't sometimes see the big picture. Everyone is so concerned about the short interest going down.
So if shorts close their positions and retail keeps buying ATER, what do you think happens to the price?
If shorts aren't actively manipulating the stock price.....they will have little interest in what the stock does day to day. That means less Dark Pools and more retail buying pressure showing up on the exchanges. Don't freak out that the SI, Utilization, and CTB is decreasing.
if the SI completely goes away it's bullish and that means the shorts don't want to keep shorting the stock.
Also, we don't know exactly how they are lowering the SI. They might be eating FTD's, hiding some in the options chains, or maybe they really did shake some of the other retail traders who aren't getting good DD. Either way, we are good with
2. The company isn't at risk of bankruptcy. This stock was once at risk of having some larger financial problems. They had borrowed 66 million and had shipping / logistics issues due to the supply logistics chain crisis. They reduced that debt down to 25 Million and pushed the date back to April 2023.
This gives ATER some breathing room and the shipping issues are getting better. Those won't effect 3rd Quarter Numbers but will probably show up in 4th Quarter numbers.
3. The shorts have between now and likely Jan to get people to sell.
Like I mentioned, I think the 4th Quarter numbers will show improvement. With shipping issues improving and online retail sales improving (Also Holiday Consumer Shopping). I expect that to be a major mover of the stock in the upwards direction.
4. If the Volume comes back to ATER, shorts don't really want to be massively short on ATER.
With the Public Float only being 25 to 30 million.....shorts are attempting to close their positions or at least appear to close them.
If you go off fair Intrinsic value, ATER is basically net neutral at 7.07 cents.
This time into the Nov Options chains, Max Pain is currently at $10 at this point since the bears/shorts took control. That means the market makers want the stock down here to draw in more bears then they will run the price of the stock up to around $10 to fuck the bears this time.
Key Points: -Don't worry about the SI, Utilization, or Ortex numbers. (If shorts aren't interested in the stock, the price will naturally start going up with retail buying pressure.) Either way that's a win for ATER. If shorts close, it's a win for ATER since they wouldn't be actively keeping the price down (Less Dark Pools and more retail buying pressure). And if Shorts remain, there is always the squeeze potential.
-The stock price is lower than the consensus fair market value.
-Max Pain is now at $10 since the Bears/Shorts took over. That means the Market Makers are going to eventually want this stock closer to $10 by Nov 19th. They are just trying to draw in more bears for this stock or get bulls buying cheap OTM options (Not recommended)
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2021.10.25 16:42 SandDthrowaway69 Props where they're due: Seedsman customer service did a great job.
Placed an order for 5 seeds with the delivery insurance (about $10). They had a promos where you'd freebie seeds as a bonus. First order got lost or confiscated. With no action on my part they reached out to me with information on the replacement they were sending out. It got here today with additional freebies in the package! 4 kinds of seeds for the price of one.
Sure it took a while but that's largely out of their hands. Another recommendation for seedsman. No relationship besides a happy customer. Much better than the competitors I've tried. Stoked to finally plant something that isn't random bag seed, see you in 4 months! Or probably sooner with something I fucked up but you know.
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2021.10.25 16:42 chanma50 DUNE $41.01M Weekend (Actual) 4,125 Screens / $9,942 Avg. Weekend 1 / New $41.01M Total (North America)
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2021.10.25 16:42 CappedCrystals i would die if a man did this to me 😳
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2021.10.25 16:42 sub_lyme Landing freight cost across multiple items
Here is my scenario:
Item 1 : 5pc @ $2.00/pc
Item 2 : 3pc @ $4.00/pc
Item 3 : 5pc @ $50.00 /pc
Shipping charge: $50.00
My question: How can I evenly distribute the shipping cost into the cost of each good so I can calculate the landed cost per item? I understand I will need to use a weighted formula but am struggling with this one. Thank you.
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2021.10.25 16:42 lejyone100 2023 seçimlerini Millet ittifakı kazanması durumunda yurtdışına taşınmayı planlayan arkadaşlar ne yapacaklar?
2021.10.25 16:42 Misjudged_Scrutiny Go on... Anything you want. Comments are allowed
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2021.10.25 16:42 Greaterdivinity If we're supposed to krangle bases and craft, we need more krangled currency and faster krangles.
Seriously, the free alch's are worthless and there's so little decent gear dropping that it's not worth the risk to krangle.
If we're supposed to krangle a base and craft from there, we need a TON more currency given that all the currency is pure RNG. I'm down with a league where we need to dump unique currency into an item, just give us the damned currency to try to craft krangled items.
I'm hoping it gets better, but by white maps it's still feeling like a useless mechanic that results in bricked/useless items 99% of the time. I've got a handful of krangled currency, but not enough to even attempt to craft a single item if I get a decent krangle.
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2021.10.25 16:42 wallywizard55 Ppsssttt he’s got a millions………. In shiba
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2021.10.25 16:42 AppleConclave "Hey Jesus Christ... ya BASIC!"
Last week I had a conversation with a fellow ExMo and we discussed the following: why do some ExMo's leave the church and still hold to the notion that "Christ is great, just not religion".. and the following really illustrated something I found valuable to consider: if you remove the Christian language (baptism, repentance, bla bla bla), remove the folklore that's unverifiable (miracles of Christ, turning water to wine, etc), what is different from Christ and any other cult leader, in any recorded variation of his doctrine?
So we put it in plain modern terms - he basically claimed to trade-mark the golden rule, and damned everyone who doesn't accept his version while putting all the accountability for such rejection on the burden of human guilt and insecurity, promised an after-life of eternal ego-identity to those who do buy in (what ego doesn't fear death and would accept almost any explanation to avoid it?), used human bonding behaviors to earn devoted followers and took the high road in social situations in a society that was ethically bankrupt - the high road isn't hard to achieve when stoning women in the streets is considered a 'public good'.
Finally, if we can systematically dismantle the terrible influence of Religion and use reason and logic to trace the damage to an individual psychological health and well-being in Mormonism to the doctrines of Joseph Smith, why would Christ get a pass when his Doctrines produced atrocities no less traceable to his tired used-car-salesman approach to cult recruitment?
Solve for X, where X is a cult leader: Joseph Smith - Overdue alimony = Jesus Christ + modern fashion = X
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2021.10.25 16:42 jesuselier123 Proud of us all! Been holding for 4 days and already up huge! WE GOT THIS SAITAMA CREW!
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2021.10.25 16:42 pleasedeleteitman STOP LETTING PEOPLE KNOW WHEN I JOIN
2021.10.25 16:42 HrvatskiNoahid Our Job In Life - R. Yaakov Rahimi - TorahAnytime.com
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2021.10.25 16:42 thenewshoppinglist Shopping outfit
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2021.10.25 16:42 lilyisda1 Here's some Deltarune doodles I've done this past month ^^ (spoiler warning maybe?)
2021.10.25 16:42 Dennes81 City View.
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2021.10.25 16:42 staccato5p $68 to $120 worth of referrals- Webull [$11-$2300], M1 Finance [$30], Public [$3-$70] Voyager [$25]
This is a compilation of some great (over $112) referral offers. They're all stock referral offers, but I'm gonna keep looking for and signing up to new things to add to list over time!
Here is my link for Webull. All you have to do is deposit $5 and they give you between $11 and $2300 worth of stocks as a referral bonus. Obviously, odds are higher that you will get the lower end of that, but its still a decent bonus if you were interested in checking out a new investing app!
Referral link for Webull-
M1 Finance- $30
M1 Finance is another stock trading app like Webull. Instead of giving you a random stock, this one gives you $30 guaranteed for depositing $100.
Referral link for M1 Finance-
Public is a stock trading app offering users a free stock valued between $3 to $70 for opening an account and making any deposit, with a minimum deposit amount of $1.
Referral link for Public-
Voyager is a crypto-trading app, they're giving users a free $25 worth of bitcoin just for opening an account with a referral code and trading $100 worth of crypto on the app. You can buy and then re-sell the bitcoin right away like I did and should get the $25 relatively risk-free, and fast (within 24 hours from my experience).
My referral code for Voyager-
Enter that code under the reward section during signup. Voyager is an app on the iPhone and Google Play stores, you can use the below direct links to download the app but you will still need to enter my referral code above during signup to get the $25.
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2021.10.25 16:42 Crixxa Looking for a small dog park or play group
I have a small Yorkie puppy who desperately needs another smol playmate. Does anyone know of a park with a small dog section or have a small dog who also needs a buddy to play with?
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2021.10.25 16:42 jimmymcma The SurgeFund Auction is now Live!
| Hello @everyone!|
The SurgeFund Auction is now live and ready for bidding! Head over to the #coin-auction channel in our discord server to begin the bidding. To learn how to bid, go to #auction-information. 70% of all proceeds will go directly to the SurgeFund! The winner will be announced on October 26 at 5PM est.
Hope to see you there!
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2021.10.25 16:42 box1820 Where to swap Binance Smart Chain wrapped-LTC into real LTC without an exchange?
2021.10.25 16:42 Not_mypost Just goes to show people on Reddit know nothing, posted my portfolio 3 months ago and everyone told me I was stupid for buying ATH
2021.10.25 16:42 Puzzleheaded_Basil13 Hertz Orders 100,000 Teslas in Rental-Market Shake-Up
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2021.10.25 16:42 Montaix1406 Is possible get a Shiny Zacian on Pokémon Sword?