Redeem code

2021.09.16 12:04 Thorreck Redeem code

Is there any possibility that apple and bmg will let ios player to have redeem code feature? I tried really hard to farm code since last year and i wish i can use the codes in the future rather than giving it for giveaways.
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2021.09.16 12:04 orihcsro Sky Q integriert den KiKA-Player

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2021.09.16 12:04 NotRealHyde [Advice] my secret to journaling consistently

This is not another post telling you about the miraculous Zen benefits of journaling. Far from it. Like you, I came across journaling, got excited by the sheer novelty of the idea, and made grand resolutions to journal every day. Checking out the coolest journaling methods, even perhaps trying to make it look aesthetic. I've been there. But for some unexplainable reason, it never stuck.
Initially thinking that "journaling is not for me" I gave up on the idea. However, recently I had an idea occur to me - "What if I journal without following any format, about things I like?". I soon discovered that when I wrote down things I enjoy (for me that's thinking about various ideas) on paper, without caring about "how it looks", "how it reads" or even "must journal every day", things sort of clicked.
So journal about totally anything you want. If you like cupcakes, journal about that. If some predefined formats work for you, great! but if not, it's a viable option to just write paragraphs about things you care about.
I have been holding off writing this post, till I had used this for some time. It has been a few months of semi-regular journaling now.
If you learnt something, join me on my journey of development.
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2021.09.16 12:04 BiascicaLibbeccio No vax, Bersani: «Molti sono fascisti, forse bisognerebbe applicare la legge Mancino

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2021.09.16 12:04 KingofSomnia Some sort of eel? There are that are believed to chill there for around 8 years. Arhavi, Turkey

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2021.09.16 12:04 yellodesire Queen of Hearts (1981) by Juice Newton could have made a great GTA VCS track. Change my mind.

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2021.09.16 12:04 orihcsro Netflix investiert bis 2033 über 500 Mio. Euro in deutschsprachige Inhalte

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2021.09.16 12:04 writingdaily252 Glib [vss365prompt]

Snake oil salesmen have changed these days
They have the same product but brand new ways
Of getting it into people's hands
Being glib is part of the plan
I've bought things from ads before
Always surprised when they hit my door
Important instructions missing each time
One didn't work at all wasting my dime
Rather upset with the quality
And lack of return policy
For the cool things I find online
Like beeswax to make my floor shine
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2021.09.16 12:04 Usergnome_Checks_0ut I recently finished my second watch through of P and R, although it was split season 1-3 and then a few months later I finished seasons 4-7. Anyway, this morning I got the urge to *LITERALLY* rewatch it all over again but….

…. then I remembered season 1 had such different personalities for some of the characters and worse, I remembered Brendanawicz was in season 1 & 2 as well.
Also, did I misremember something from my first watch through or did I miss a disc somewhere along the way? I remember an episode where they eventually built and opened the park on the lot beside Ann’s house from my first watch through which was nearly 5 years ago, but this time I didn’t see that happen. All I saw was them breaking ground the night of Ann’s leaving party.
So, did I just misremember or did I miss a disc and a few episodes like a regular Jerry/Garry/Larry/Terry/Garry?
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2021.09.16 12:04 Tessia0710 Where to read Gate of Revelation - Chapter 474 I Feel Like Giving It A Shot online for free!!

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2021.09.16 12:04 CryptVision_Crystal If you know, you know.

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2021.09.16 12:04 ExMorgMD TBMs recently moved to the Midwest are amazed that their aren’t any Sodalicious type stores here. They are talking about opening up a franchise.

I pointed out to them that places like that are only appealing if the only vice you are permitted is sugar.
Around here you have alcohol, coffee, tea, and THC…Who would want to pay money for extra sugary soda?
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2021.09.16 12:04 Onlyx3 Bedbug

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2021.09.16 12:04 Pyator Access course recommendation

(26m) working as a technician in a small composites lab in R&D. I've been In this company for nearly 9 years and this role for over 5 and looking to take a chemistry degree. I did an a level in chemistry but never sat the exam so comfortable with the material but have no qualifications. What would be the best route to getting a degree outside of work. While working full time with 2 kids. Recommendations for access courses and degrees please
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2021.09.16 12:04 ImAllBored (Black to move) Looks like white is winning a queen here, but...

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2021.09.16 12:04 cuteycurious What is the worst emotion to endure?

pain or suffering usually considered an emotion too
View Poll
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2021.09.16 12:04 Alexlovestaylor Alle rauf da insta: lisa.rdlg

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2021.09.16 12:04 RDnufan How to properly use koi?

Hi! Which is the way to max the number of its waves? Thank you :)
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2021.09.16 12:04 yellodesire Rapture (1981) by Blondie could have made a great GTA VCS track. Change my mind.

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2021.09.16 12:04 caddude42069 deSPAC Gamma Squeeze Redemption Plays: An Explanation and Why I'm bullish on $SPIR and $OPAD as a sympathy to the $IRNT run-up.

deSPAC Gamma Squeeze Redemption Plays: An Explanation and Why I'm bullish on $SPIR and $OPAD as a sympathy to the $IRNT run-up. Wuddup moneymakers,
One of the things I like doing is temporarily putting money into stocks that have an asymmetric bet to the upside. When the risk is low and the reward is high, I don't mind risking a couple of grand to 2x, 3x, or even 10x my money in a short period of time. This trading strategy is not for everyone, it is risky, volatile, and you could lose all of your money.
None of this is financial advice and it is not a good idea to follow my trades especially if you don't know how to manage your risk properly. I am purely a swing trader, and it's not for everyone since it may require you to hold your position for days, weeks, or months. During this time you may see small or large red days before the meat of the move happens, so this style of trading is not for the faint of heart, especially if you don't know how to manage your risk. I am an emotionless trader so seeing both red and green does not matter to me.
I am mostly known for finding short squeeze stocks before they significantly run-up (i.e. $BBIG, $SPRT, $ANY, $TSP, $ATER, etc), and putting money into them at the bottom or when they gain momentum in anticipation of a run-up, and then dumping at the top like a good bitch so I don't end up being a bagholder. I don't believe in the "ape-hodl-diamond-hand" mentality and often get hate for saying when I sell, but I simply don't care for that since I'm only here to make money.
So I'm going to introduce to you the next era of squeeze stocks that have been gaining a lot of attention, that I like to call "deSPAC gamma squeeze redemption plays". Not a lot of people understand SPACs in general so I'm going to quickly explain it to you so you have a general idea of what is happening (you can skip to part 4 if you already have a general idea of what a SPAC is).
Part 1: What are IPO's and SPACs? What are IPO's?
An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. An IPO allows a company to raise capital from public investors. The transition from a private to a public company can be an important time for private investors to fully realize gains from their investment as it typically includes a share premium for current private investors. Meanwhile, it also allows public investors to participate in the offering. An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. An IPO can be seen as an exit strategy for the company’s founders and early investors, realizing the full profit from their private investment.
- Investopedia
Private companies are not publicly traded, but they can be through an IPO. For example, right now Reddit is a private company. Therefore, it's impossible for regular people (like you and me) to buy shares and have ownership of Reddit. The only way for this to happen is if Reddit decides to IPO, and when they do, we can now buy their stock as they would be a publicly-traded company.
What are SPACs? via Investopedia:
A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) is a company with no commercial operations that is formed strictly to raise capital through an initial public offering (IPO) for the purpose of acquiring an existing company. Also known as "blank check companies," SPACs have been around for decades. At the time of their IPOs, SPACs have no existing business operations or even stated targets for acquisition. Investors in SPACs can range from well-known private equity funds to the general public. SPACs have two years to complete an acquisition or they must return their funds to investors.
- Investopedia
So a SPAC is a different way for a private company to become publicly listed. A SPAC is a listed company that does not operate as an actual business. You can think of SPACs as the reverse of a traditional IPO. The SPAC goes public first, and the executive team controlling the SPAC is now able to raise money from large institutional investors with the intent of acquiring a private company to put in its shell. The keyword here is intent, since it may not happen. A good example of a recent popular SPAC would be $CCIV. The rumor was that $CCIV was going to merge with Lucid (a private company at the time), so people bought $CCIV stock in anticipation of this merger. So buying CCIV stock essentially meant that you were directly investing in LCID. An IPO is basically a company looking for money, whereas a SPAC is money looking for a company.
Part 2: Some of the SPAC Problems Sponsors that set up the SPAC vehicle often take a large portion of the soon-to-be-acquired company's shares, typically 20% for "setting everything up". With a private company choosing to go public through a SPAC, they are able to bypass the traditional IPO process which includes a bunch of legal jargon and requirements that I'm not going to discuss here. SPACs have a built-in mechanism whereby the funds raised must be returned to investors if the sponsor is unable to require a company, this typically happens within two years. This helps protect investors in case something goes wrong with an acquisition. However, the problem is that if a sponsor is unable to find a good acquisition target or the private company they were trying to merge with fails, it can incentivize the sponsor to go ahead and acquire an undesirable company just to make sure they get their compensation. So even if the company they acquire sucks ass, is a fake, or is on the verge of bankruptcy, they will get more money going through with the acquisition than not at all. Even though investors get to vote on these acquisitions, they have already put their trust and faith in the management team that set up the SPAC, and may just choose to go with their decision.
Another problem with SPACs is that they are prone to unreasonable but believable projections that are presented in investor presentations or by analysts to make their company look good. This can be potentially misleading to the consumer, and warrants related to SPACs can now be considered a liability instead of an asset. The total clusterfuck of SPACs has led to the SEC slowing down the processing of new SPACs. To give you a ballpark we used to have 5 new SPACs a day to about one SPAC every two months. Some SPACs are really good, and other SPACs simply are not.
Part 3: Trust Accounts, Trading Price, and Redemptions Trust Accounts
Typically, SPAC IPO proceeds, less proceeds used for certain fees and expenses, are held in a trust account. Similar to an escrow arrangement when buying a house, this money is held by a third party until the transaction is consummated—in the case of a SPAC, the initial business combination—or the SPAC is liquidated for not having completed an initial business combination within a certain period of time. SPACs generally invest the proceeds in relatively safe, interest-bearing instruments, but you should carefully review the specific terms of an offering as there is no rule requiring that the proceeds only be invested in those types of instruments. SPACs often use the interest on trust account investments to pay taxes.
In connection with a business combination, a SPAC provides its investors with the opportunity to redeem their shares rather than become a shareholder of the combined company. If the SPAC does not complete a business combination, shareholders are beneficiaries of the trust and entitled to their pro rata share of the aggregate amount then on deposit in the trust account.
Pro rata share of trust account. One thing to keep in mind is that if you purchased your shares on the open market, you are only entitled to your pro rata share of the trust account and not the price at which you bought the SPAC shares on the market. For example, if a SPAC had an IPO at $10 per share, but you bought 100 SPAC shares on the open market at $12 per share, the shares you purchased are associated with a trust account balance of about $10 per share, so your share of the trust account would be worth about $1,000 (not the $1,200 you paid for your shares).
- SEC
Trading price
Trading price. In the IPO, SPACs are typically priced at a nominal $10 per unit. Unlike a traditional IPO of an operating company, the SPAC IPO price is not based on a valuation of an existing business. When the units, common stock and warrants (more below) begin trading, their market prices may fluctuate, and these fluctuations may bear little relationship to the ultimate economic success of the SPAC.
- SEC
What do I need to know at the time of the initial business combination?
Share redemption and vote. Once the SPAC has identified an initial business combination opportunity, the shareholders of the SPAC will have the opportunity to redeem their shares and, in many cases, vote on the initial business combination transaction. Each SPAC shareholder can either remain a shareholder of the company after the initial business combination or redeem and receive its pro rata amount of the funds held in the trust account.
This is an important investor consideration as the SPAC changes from essentially a trust account into an operating company. As an investor, depending on how you view the prospective initial business combination and its valuation, you can decide whether to redeem your shares for a pro rata share of the aggregate amount then on deposit in the trust account or remain an investor in the combined company going forward.
Proxy, information or tender offer statement. If the SPAC seeks shareholder approval of the initial business combination, it will provide shareholders with a proxy statement in advance of the shareholder vote. In cases where the SPAC does not solicit the approval of public shareholders, because certain shareholders, such as the sponsor and its affiliates, hold enough votes to approve the transaction, it will provide shareholders with an information statement in advance of the completion of the initial business combination.
The proxy or information statement will contain important information about the business of the company that the SPAC wants to acquire, the financial statements of the company, interests of the parties to the transaction, including the sponsor of the SPAC, and the terms of the initial business combination transaction, including the capital structure of the combined entity.
If the transaction is completed and you decide that you do not want to remain a shareholder, you will be provided with the opportunity to redeem your shares of common stock for your pro rata share of the aggregate amount then on deposit in the trust account by taking the steps outlined in the proxy or information statement.
If a SPAC is not required to provide shareholders with a proxy or information statement (for example, when a SPAC is not required to obtain shareholder approval of the transaction), you will receive a tender offer statement that contains information about the target business and your redemption rights.
- SEC
So SPACs have redemption rights that give shareholders the ability to sell their shares back to the acquisition company for $10 per share if they don't want to own the proposed merged company. When redemption occurs, investors sell their shares to the acquisition company, and the number of outstanding shares decreases.
Part 4: deSPAC Gamma-Squeeze Redemption Plays So here's where the clusterfuck happens. Due to all the FUD I briefly explained with SPACs, there have been a lot of redemptions by investors. These redemption rates are continuously increasing and have reached 60-70 and even over 90%. Along with the FUD, short-sellers are now able to take advantage of the situation and make money betting that the stock will go down. So before a redemption occurs, the float might be shorted anywhere from 1-10%. However, after redemption occurs the number of outstanding shares decreases. This can create low floats (sometimes even under a million if the redemption percentage is high), and because of that, the percentage of the short float can increase from 1-10% to over 50% overnight. This leaves short-sellers scrambling to buy back shares to cover their bets because little volume can send these low float stocks flying. And now to add to the mix, you can play options to take advantage of the volatility and make some serious tendies when market makers have to buy stock to hedge their positions. Since they have to buy and the float is low.. it sends the stock to the fucking moon. A short squeeze coupled with a gamma squeeze is a recipe for some serious fucking tendies. However, the opposite is also true which makes these deSPAC Gamma-Squeeze Redemption Plays so dangerous. The stock can fall just as fast due to it's low float and volatility, and therefore a lot of money can be made on both sides. Evidently, smart whales have been loading up and killing each other on the battlefield.
I have attached a screenshot of an excel document that I made of all the deSPAC Gamma-Squeeze Redemption plays that I am aware of.
deSPAC Gamma-Squeeze Redemption plays
Let's just quickly analyze $IRNT
  • Went from $19 to over $42 in two days, for a +120% increase
  • Over 250% of the float is claimed by ITM OI, which means MM's have to buy a fuck ton of stock to hedge their positions which can send it flying even higher. A c.ITM/float ratio greater than 100% means that a major squeeze is already in process, or it will happen in the future. For $IRNT we already know the squeeze is happening due to the crazy price action.
  • Low float, over 90% redeemed with lots of volatility and volume
  • Put/Call OI ratio was initially low, but it is slowly increasing meaning that it's starting to get to the point where people are betting that the stock will go down. It doesn't have to, but it can. Right now the PCR is 0.48, and PCR values less than 0.5 indicate bullish sentiment from an options standpoint.
So based on $IRNT and by looking at social media sentiment I can kind of predict which of these deSPAC Gamma-Squeeze redemption plays will go next. My bets are on $SPIR and $OPAD because they look more closely to $IRNT before the run-up.
$SPIR
  • 91% redeemed, where $IRNT was 92% redeemed
  • Second smallest float in comparison to IRNT (2M for $SPIR, 1.3M for $IRNT)
  • Put/Call OI = 0.35, whereas it is 0.48 for $IRNT which means there is room to run
  • Put/Call Vol Ratio is 0.1 in comparison to 0.18 for $IRNT
  • c.ITM/Float is 32% which means it is just getting started. And with it being the lowest PCR Vol ratio I am sure it is still in the loading phase and people are starting to discover it.
  • 5k shares available to short, with a fee of 64.9%
$OPAD
  • only 80% redeemed, with a larger float (3.4M, but this is still small!)
  • PCR vol ratio is 0.08, PCR OI is 0.18, and c.ITM/Float is 28%
  • Has good volume
  • 3 shares available to short, with a fee of 28.8%
If I were to pick between the two I would say $SPIR has the better risk to reward since it's just getting started. But I will personally be doing both since I like to diversify in these squeeze plays.
Part 5: Price Targets
  • PT format courtesy of u/StonkGodCapital hehehe, ($IRNT are his predictions, SPIR and OPAD are mine)
$IRNT - currently closed at $32.13
  • Most Likely: $29
  • Likely: $40
  • If everything goes right: $135
  • If it matches other squeezes: $210
  • If it goes to the moon: $530
$SPIR - currently closed at $9.76
  • Most Likely: $12
  • Likely: $20
  • If everything goes right: $30
  • If it matches other squeezes: $80
  • If it goes to the moon: $200
$OPAD - currently closed at $12.58
  • Most Likely: $15
  • Likely: $23
  • If everything goes right: $40
  • If it matches other squeezes: $75
  • If it goes to the moon: $180
Part 4: How to Play If options are cheap, you can buy them. But they won't serve you any purpose if there isn't any volume, or if the greeks aren't in your favor. It may be best to stick with shares especially if it's running already.
There's a bunch of ways you can play. You can go for the big dog $IRNT which is already running and has a chance to go astronomical (~$500) but you are understanding that your risk to reward may not be the best since you can get rug pulled pretty far down. For me I won't be touching $IRNT anymore since I got in pretty early.
Only put in the dollar amount that you are willing to lose. Be prepared to lose at least half of what you put in if you are buying shares.
If you are new to squeezes or would like help with market psychology in general, I made some guides and advice for you.
Part 5: My Positions These are my positions with respect to the deSPAC plays, does not include my other positions.
  • $IRNT - $21.00avg, sold at most in the $40's letting the rest of the shares run
  • $SPIR - $10.64avg, holding a starter position
  • $OPAD - have yet to open a position
  • $BKSY - $11.13avg, holding a starter position (had to average down on this one as I was a little too early)
  • $EFTR - closed position $32.85 sold everything at $40.

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2021.09.16 12:04 the-holy_peanut New in game, need of advice

Hey there, as i stated, im kinda new. Prestige 1, i have Chariot Reguiem and..thats it. Its T ability is super op, i can "no u" a beatdown, but i still die to random things like enemy players using abilities while im barraging and no hitreg's..id like some tips and tricks for the game, or for my stand, or what should be my fighting skill...and who should be my next stand when im pr2
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2021.09.16 12:04 Additional_Jacket44 Artsy guy needs inspiration

I've just turned 28, from England, and I'm looking for online friends from anywhere to chat to! I love anything art based, currently need new inspiration to carry on my paintings. I'm also into gaming, reading, and some sports.
I had to move across the country so have lost most of my friends, and I don't really speak to anyone here anymore, so just being able to have friendly chats will cheer me up a lot.
Thank you ❤
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