2022.01.25 10:28 lovelesschild I'm an illustrator, I want to build a portfolio targeted to covers and I'm accepting discounted commissions! More details in comments
2022.01.25 10:28 HazyAssaulter Materia DC Launch
2022.01.25 10:28 Katiejb1412 Classes always ending early
Does anyone else have coaches consistently cut classes short? I have one or two coaches who always end classes by the 52 or 53 minute (including the stretch block). I feel like I’m getting part of my workout stolen each day. Classes used to go the full 60 minutes, but that doesn’t seem to be the case lately. Does anyone else have classes cut short like this?
submitted by Katiejb1412 to orangetheory [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 Jesus_Died_LOL_84 Only been at it for two weeks but this is my best print to date!
|submitted by Jesus_Died_LOL_84 to ender3 [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 iccaecumsa Missed on Shiba inu ❓ Floki inu❓Kishu inu❓then Get ready for Akita Inu 🐶 With useful case APP in progress which have never been witnessed in BSC Space before 🚀
AKITA INU's aim is not only to get Akita Inu to the x1000 moon! Also to protect investors in this cryptoworld with its upcoming AKITASCAN APP where you will be able to scan any token!!
What is AKITASCAN APP?
When it comes to crypto and investing its all about the trust! With Akitascan app you will be able to scan tokens and check: ruggable, honeypot, lplock or unlocked, ownership renounce, distribution, mint, buyback, taxes and more functions coming soon!
Contract address: 0x996abbe03c9832b2d415b13349a616bedf07566a
BUY HERE: https://pancakeswap.finance/swap?outputCurrency=0x996abbe03c9832b2d415b13349a616bedf07566a
LIQUIDITY LOCKED: https://mudra.website/?certificate=yes&type=0&lp=0x3d72a0762874778777e3bdeac33601e11c6901bb
🚀 QUICK ROADMAP 🚀
✴️ Website launch
✴️ Telegram Launch
✴️ Reddit Hotposts
✴️ Coinsniper, Coinmooner etc..
✴️ Poocoin Ads
✴️ Twitter influencers
✴️ Dev Doxx
✴️ Coinmarketcap Quick listing
✴️ Coingecko Quick listing
✴️ Exchange listing
✴️ Akitascan app
( Full Roadmap in the Website )
submitted by iccaecumsa to cryptostreetbets [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 robertbanking Postprandial Adrenergic Syndrome
Hello everyone, hope you are having a nice week.
After alot of tests for Diabetes, Insulin before and after sugar, MRI scans i was told i had Postprandial Adrenergic Syndrome. After meals the adrenal gland is overproducing adrenaline into the system, it is a very dreadful condition. I try eat regular meals, but when i have to go out for a meeting or appointment this stresses me even more and the symptoms are terrible. Including legs feeling weak, anxiety, confused.
I please wondered some good snack items when on the go to eat to try and settle these symptoms? Does anyone take any supplements that might help for the adrenal gland please?
Thank you for any advice or support you can give. Have a lovely week and thanks again. Take care.
submitted by robertbanking to adrenalfatigue [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 HalfaChanceDance Thinking women are detecting high T?
After being in trt for 2 months I'm starting to think women can detect it. I could be tripping but I've def be getting looked at more. Women are making longggg eye contact with me alot more. You know... That look. And women have been approaching me more. I am a decent looking guy. Not a model but good looking... I also have put on a little more muscle since but nothing crazy. Nothing much has really changed ya know? But it is getting noticable... Any other guys feel like women can detect higher T and and like subconsciously attracted to it? Just out of curiosity. I have a woman but still.
submitted by HalfaChanceDance to Testosterone [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 gmuslera Uruguay #18 en ranking de países con menos percepción de corrupción del mundo
En el ranking de 2021 de Transparency.org estamos este año en la posición 18, empatados con Japón, Bélgica y Australia, habiendo subido 2 puntos respecto al ranking del año anterior (y mejor que Francia, mejor que París). En las Américas quedamos en segundo lugar, solo detrás de Canadá.
submitted by gmuslera to uruguay [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 Solid_Snack99 This is what I get for not watching live :(
|submitted by Solid_Snack99 to h3h3productions [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 a_stueorgel How do I make my new garden less depressing to look at? If I remove that ugly grey 70s wall, what are some things I could do instead? It's so... Long and straight
|submitted by a_stueorgel to landscaping [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 Player2LightWater Regarding on Kanji's original and first English VA
Recently, I saw on Twitter that many of them refused to knowledged Troy Baker as the original English voice of Kanji Tatsumi which they instead acknowledged Matthew Mercer as the one and only English VA of the character. What's up with that?
submitted by Player2LightWater to persona4golden [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 priths3 People who've had a paranormal experience, what was it like?
2022.01.25 10:28 NotDoubleD CHEAP Hearthstone account with 20 000 GOLD!
Price: 79 EUR
2022.01.25 10:28 cbvv1992 🔥50% Off Code And Clip Coupon - $16.19-$26.99 Honeycomb All Season Washable Bedding Comforter Set (2 colors)
|submitted by cbvv1992 to DealAndSale [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 Mysterious_Bat8306 2 Months Post-Op pain
Let me preface this by saying I have endometriosis and I kept my 2 ovaries(yeeted the rest though haha) and though they excised most of my endo there was a lot of small lesions left on my colon that they couldn’t scrape and would’ve had to segment to get rid of. All the usual pain is pretty much gone, but I still cannot sit long or lay on my sides without pain. Is this normal for anyone? I keep seeing posts about you lucky folks who felt great after a few weeks but I’m looking for some insight from those who are still navigating pain and such after hysterectomy.
submitted by Mysterious_Bat8306 to hysterectomy [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 upbstock prepperzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
The volatility edition
Things are getting wild in equity markets as traders try to size up the latest outsized moves. A rowdy session on Monday saw the biggest Nasdaq comeback since 2008, as the index ended the day up 0.6% following a midday plunge of nearly 5%. Similar movement was seen with the Dow and S&P 500, which both ended the session in the green despite an earlier drop of 3.3% and 4% (at one point the S&P 500 even fell into correction territory).
Quote: "The buyers are coming in to buy the dip here," said Lindsey Bell, chief money and markets strategist at Ally Invest. "Things looked a little bit over-stretched to the oversold side, so it's not surprising. But that doesn't mean we are going to be in the clear. There is a lot that we have going on this week."
That forecast couldn't be more on point, with stock index futures plunging again overnight. At the time of writing, the Dow is off more than 250 points, while contacts linked to the S&P and Nasdaq are down 1.3% and 1.9%, respectively. Investors are nervous about red-hot inflation landscape and accompanying rising rate environment in 2022, as well as the risk of a policy mistake. There are additional fears that the economy is losing (or could lose) some momentum or that earnings season may not be perceived as positively as it has been in the past.
Analyst commentary: "We're in what I call the triple threat of... rapidly rising rates, and the market has been working overtime, as have all of the algorithms, to try to figure out what that means, and what that pace means for valuations and global equities," explained UBS Private Wealth Management's Alli McCartney explained. "For the last decade, the market has been able to count on the Fed to support growth. It is now swinging the pendulum and having very different acts to take care of, while the market is figuring out what that means for valuations."
Will Powell put in a word?
As the stock market continues to stumble in 2022, many are looking at the possibility of the Federal Reserve dialing back on its upcoming policy tightening. FOMC officials are meeting today and tomorrow for their January meeting, with Jerome Powell's closely watched press conference coming at 2:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Investors will be watching comments on three key areas in particular, including interest rates, the tapering of asset purchases and a reduction of the central bank's balance sheet.
Flashback: In recent years, the Fed has pivoted toward a dovish direction in the face of market turmoil. One instance was in early 2016, when it flagged risks from an economic slowdown in China and the strengthening U.S. dollar. The other came in late 2018, when stocks sold due to four rate hikes that year and a policy tightening cycle.
However, this time around, the Fed may be less inclined to halt its plans. Inflation has taken over the conversation - and what may come as a surprise to some investors - price stability (not markets) is actually part of the central bank's dual mandate. Investors are even pricing in at least four rate hikes in 2022, with the 10-year Treasury yield soaring as much as 40 basis points to 1.9% in the first three weeks of the year.
What they're saying: "We doubt that Chair Powell will feel much need to make soothing noises in Wednesday's press conference," wrote Lou Crandall, chief economist at Wrightson ICAP. "I don't think anything the Fed is going to do is going to make the markets happy," added Louis Gargour, chief investment officer at LNG Capital.
Stock investing since the global financial crisis has been heavily rooted in TINA, an acronym that stands for "there is no alternative." That has helped drive many of the explosive valuations we see today, however, the prospect of higher interest rates is starting to weigh on the sentiment. TINA has also created subcultures of its own, like the retail crowd, and the somewhat rebranded moniker "Stonks Only Go Up."
Keep in mind: In any market environment, especially the current volatile one, it is important to have some portfolio protection. That includes diversification, having cash on the side, or staying in your long-term positions and not getting too emotional. Investors that do want to dip into pockets of the markets are generally advised to do so in smaller amounts as the trading landscape becomes clearer.
For those looking to put money to work, many analysts have said it is (or was) time to get defensive, or rotate out of high-growth areas of the market in favor of safer bets. Others are searching for yields, like stable dividend payers, or even revenue producing tech players. Commodities, utilities, consumer staples and REITs are other sectors attracting attention, while some feel that "buying the dip" can be profitable in any number of sectors. Other strategies? Discuss in the comments section below.
Eyes on earnings season: "Perhaps Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT) and Tesla (TSLA) can come to the rescue with some knockout numbers when they report this week," said Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell. "On the other hand, a series of disappointing updates from these technology titans would only undermine sentiment further."
Where do we go from here?
The bulls: "Considering expectations for solid gains in the economy and corporate profits... we're not convinced the fundamentals support any near-term technical weakness beyond the classic 10% correction," said John Lynch, chief investment officer for Comerica Wealth Management. "A review of the technical and fundamental backdrops suggests a bottom is forming."
"These kinds of bottoms tend to be revisited, as the [S&P 500 has] now fallen 10% from its high, and those who bought at the lows will scalp their gains," noted CNBC's Mad Money host Jim Cramer. "The bottom line: If you bought into Monday's weakness as I've been telling you to do... if you bought into what sure looked like a crescendo of selling, then I think you'll end up being happy with your decision."
The bears: "The game has changed," said Michael Lewis, Barclays's head of U.S. stock trading. "It's going to be a tough year. It's going to be a tough year for people to make money. From 2009 to 2021, you've been paid to buy the dip. I don't think you buy the dip anymore."
"This type of action is just not comforting. I don't think anybody is going home feeling like they've got this thing nailed even if they bought the lows," commented Mike Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley. "We think the slowing growth narrative is the one that is going to be more important. It's not a recession or anything like that... but the S&P 500 [is vulnerable to another 10% plunge] below 4,000 in the next three to four weeks. At the level, we'd start to get constructive given our base case of the index of 4,400 by year-end."
"The data hasn't been soft enough for the Fed to stop the tightening process. Some companies may also take the opportunity during earnings season to lower the bar a bit because it's a tough operating environment. We're not making a big bet on cyclicals here like we were a year ago because growth is decelerating. People got a little too excited on these cyclical parts of the market, and we think that's wrong-footed."
In Asia, Japan -1.7%. Hong Kong -1.7%. China -2.6%. India +0.6%. In Europe, at midday, London +0.9%. Paris +1%. Frankfurt +1.7%. Futures at 6:20, Dow -0.8%. S&P -1.3%. Nasdaq -1.9%. Crude +0.7% at $83.91. Gold -0.2% at $1837.40. Bitcoin +7.9% to $36314. Ten-year Treasury Yield +5 bps to 1.79%
Today's Economic Calendar
FOMC meeting begins 8:55 Redbook Chain Store Sales 9:00 S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index 9:00 FHFA House Price Index 10:00 Consumer Confidence 10:00 Richmond Fed Mfg. 1:00 PM Results of $55B, 7-Year Note Auction 1:00 PM Money Supply
Companies reporting earnings today »
What else is happening...
Will Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Q2 earnings support analysts' upbeat view?
Google (GOOGL) faces suit over tracking, pushback over cookies.
Meta Platforms (FB) details new reporting structure ahead of earnings.
Saying goodbye to the combustion engine, Lamborghini goes full electric.
Boeing (BA) adds $450M to electric air taxi JV with Larry Page.
M&A intrigue! Kohl's (NYSE:KSS) soars 36% on takeover bids.
IBM (NYSE:IBM) goes into the clouds as Q4 sales climb 6%.
COVID talk... New York judge blocks statewide mask mandate.
Aerial surveys detect 30 methane 'super-emitters' in Permian Basin.
Deal? Change Healthcare (CHNG) weighs UnitedHealth (UNH) asset sales.
submitted by upbstock to Optionmillionaires [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 BlatantConservative Requesting /r/greenteaneko, subreddit currently banned for being unmoderated.
2022.01.25 10:28 stickingitout_al ‘We’re going to get something done’: State leaders promise action on Brookside ticket trap
|submitted by stickingitout_al to Birmingham [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 LouQuacious The generosity of a stranger
|submitted by LouQuacious to CAfricanRepublic [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 BackgroundIdeal2848 Any new lvls?
2022.01.25 10:28 TeamOnMyBackDoe Artificial Vibration Worldwide. International sneaker delivery from Indonesia -> DC
|submitted by TeamOnMyBackDoe to TameImpala [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 lipstickstinxs Roleplay activity
Hello. I teach English in Primary Schools and I've never used roleplay activities with my students so is there anyone who can help me with some demonstration please?
submitted by lipstickstinxs to Teachers [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 Huckleberry-dragon Who let’s an infant drive?
Had a crazy dream last night. I owned a small sign shop that was condo style with 2 stories. The upstairs was the main space for making the signs and the bottom section was a garage with a small space off to the left side. To get to the garage section the driveway dropped down from the main road. This was a newer construction part of town with little to no traffic. Anyway my cousin went on vacation and her husband was left to watch the kids. I went to the shop to get some work done and when I opens the garage my cousins cars where parked in there. We must have part ownership of the condo because I realized she parked them there while she was gone. Then her husband shows up with his 8yr old and 3yr old to take my cousin’s Camaro for a spin ( which is something he would do in real life). He asked if I wanted to come with and at first I hesitated but then my Aunt was all the sudden there and helped talk me into it. (In reality I’ve never been in their Camaro…mainly because my both my cousins and her husband make me nervous when their behind the wheel). Now in the dream we all get in and he and my aunt get in back, and I asked them why and they said it’s time to let “A” who is the 3yr old drive. I hesitated and then thought they do this kind of stuff and on a road that usually doesn’t get much traffic what’s the worse that could happen. We’ll she drove up the driveway and turned on the road where my cousins husbands truck was parked and almost hit it, in trying to avoid it she rolled it in its side…the side I was on and I was under the kids getting squished. I was starting to problem solve how to get out of the car and thinking “of course, who lets a 3yr old drive” then I woke up and was going to go back to the dream but in realizing I was awake I decided to take a moment and hope for a different dream.
submitted by Huckleberry-dragon to DreamInterpretation [link] [comments]
2022.01.25 10:28 Comprehensive-Eye160 Me salen las fotos borrosas, alguien sabe porque?
|submitted by Comprehensive-Eye160 to CallofDutyMobileES [link] [comments]|
2022.01.25 10:28 Throw_Away_4756 [Tenant - US - CT]
Hello! I’m seeking some input on the new lease agreement I’ve received from my new complex. I haven’t signed it yet because there’s a few things I take issue with and want to know if this is the “norm” for some complexes/landlords. My biggest issue is the lease requires that my blinds be kept down and my own personal curtains be kept out of sight from the outside of the house (otherwise I would face a $25 fee for each injunction). Is this normal? I’d like to have nice natural light in my apartment and I’m not sure how I could keep curtains out of view if my windows directly face the street.
submitted by Throw_Away_4756 to Landlord [link] [comments]