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2021.12.08 11:52 Niggo2Goo It will be clean

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2021.12.08 11:52 202art Heart 🧡landscape with 5mm masking tape | Acrylic Painting Tutorial | DIY art #68

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2021.12.08 11:52 The-Real-Chris-G Boom

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2021.12.08 11:52 Sparklez_Legit Need an answer ASAP

To those who EDed Duke (int'l) and applied for aid and their fams are non-tax filers, has the tax information requirement's status in the fin aid tab in ur portal changed from 'awaiting' to 'received'? Or is it still awaiting???
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2021.12.08 11:52 appsaraby القيمة السوقية لـ "آبل" تتجه إلي 3 تريليونات دولار

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2021.12.08 11:52 Mildly_Evil_Duck Uhapšen Antonio Fakineti, direktor italijanske kompanije Pizzarotti

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2021.12.08 11:52 Rupee_Roundhouse My explanation of limit and stop orders from a newbie perspective [looking for feedback for my own and others’ learning]

Over the past years, I’ve had to remind myself of the differences between limit and stop orders. At this point, I figure I should actually learn—i.e. understand and memorize—this stuff and one of the best ways to do that is to write about it, particularly in one’s own words. *My request: For those more knowledgeable, can you vet the below and point out anything you consider to be false?** I’ve also indicated with superscripts specific uncertainties I’d like addressed.*
Context: Most articles and videos online explain these things in a top-down fashion; I’ll be doing so bottom-up instead. An example of a bottom-up is teaching calculus by first starting with its prerequisite courses like arithmetic, trigonometry, and logarithms; top-down would be the reverse, starting with calculus and then logarithms and so on. For investment newbies, I think that bottom-up explanations are more conducive to understanding because it only progresses after prerequisite knowledge is established; in contrast, top-down explanations are a process of backwards-engineering, and as such, won’t be intelligible until the audience recognizes each idea’s correspondence with their experiences, which vary wildly from individual to individual. I’m also primarily writing from the context of common newbie questions and confusions, in part because I’m a newbie myself and had to do a lot of thinking to address them as most sources don’t, at least not directly.
A particularly interesting observation is that many sources explain the functional differences but there is wide variability in identifying operational differences; I share what I think is the ~essential~ operational difference.
A fundamental premise that is key to understanding the differences between the various order types: All order types—whether market, limit, stop, stop-market (also called "stop-loss" or simply "stop"), or stop-limit—are not instantly executed. Upon placing an order, it awaits certain activating conditions specific to that order, and when activated, it is added to a queue among other market orders and execution doesn’t happen until it’s the order’s turn1; along with a delay between placing and activing orders, there’s a second delay between activating and executing orders.
This is key because other trades that execute during this second delay—while your order waits in the queue for its turn to execute—can significantly influence the market price and thereby cause different types of risks depending on the order type (more on this later). The resulting price difference between the initial market price (when an order is activated) and the executing market price (when it’s the order’s turn in the queue to execute) is much more likely to increase in both frequency and amount when the market opens because the duration of time between the market closing and opening is typically vastly more than between trades during market hours; this is because the more time passes, the more potential market influences occur such as earnings announcements and other certain news reports.
Fundamental differences between limit and stop orders:

(O.1) Both limit and stop orders are activated when the market price is at least the price threshold specified by the limit or stop prices. Whether that threshold extends towards increasing or decreasing prices is specified by whether the order is a sell or buy respectively. For example, sell limit orders have limit prices above the market price and what activates the order is any new market price that is identical or above that specified threshold; buy limit orders have limit prices below the market price and what activates the order is any new market price that is identical or below that specified threshold.
(O.2) The fundamental operative difference between limit and stop orders is that limit orders perform a second price check when it’s the order’s turn in the queue to execute (recall that a activated order is first added to a queue and execution doesn’t occur until it’s the order’s turn).
(A.1) This second price check guarantees that the execution price, if realized (the next section explains), will always be at least the limit price. In other words, limit orders guarantee the same or better market price if executed:
(R.1a) Because limit orders are not executed unless the second price check passes, limit orders may not be executed despite being triggered: After triggering, the delay inherent in all order types—limit orders included—creates the possibility of the market price changing such that the new market price is no longer at least the price threshold (as explained earlier, this most likely happens when the market opens due to typically vastly longer period of time between the market closing and opening).
(R.1b) Even if a limit order is executed, it may only be partially filled because while fulfilling a portion of the order, the market price may change such that the newer market price is no longer at least the price threshold.
(R.1c) Some brokers may have fees such that if filling a limit order is split into multiple trades, the fees increase such that your gains are lower than if you had placed a market order.
(R.2a) Because stop orders don’t have this second price check, the market price may change during the aforementioned delay such that the new market price is not at least the price threshold.
(R.2b) Some brokers may have fees such that if filling a stop order is split into multiple trades, the fees increase such that your losses are higher than if you had placed a market order.
(W.1) That second price check is only advantageous when one wants to maximize gains; when minimizing loss, the second price check is disadvantageous. For example, instead of selling when the market price increases to a certain threshold to maximize gain, one may want to sell when the market price drops to a certain threshold to minimize loss; with the latter, a second price check almost guarantees a larger loss (it is far more likely that the market price exceeds to the price threshold)! In contrast, not having a second price check allows for the execution price to be either at least or not at least the price threshold.2, 3
(F.1) Limit orders are designed to maximize gain. But this doesn’t stop anyone from misusing them, i.e. using them to minimize loss, and instead risk larger losses.4
(F.2) Stop orders are designed to minimize loss. But this doesn’t stop anyone from misusing them, i.e. using them to maximize gain, and instead risk suboptimal gain at best or a loss at worst.5
(F.3) Every explanation I’ve encountered uses a top-down approach, starting with a functional explanation. That tends to confuse newbies because it begs more questions than provide answers; this doesn’t happen with veterans because they already understand the fundamentals (i.e. the prerequisite knowledge) so a functional explanation alone enriches understanding. My hope is that starting with an operational explanation and explaining its implications—i.e. the “how” and “why”—provides the prerequisite knowledge—i.e. the prerequisite context—to more easily understand the functional end point. If you found this more confusing, let me know so I can recalibrate and learn from my mistakes.
Things I need confirmation on:
1 Is the sequence in which orders in the queue are executed always first-come-first-serve? “Sequence” is an odd choice of words but I want to avoid confusion between “market order” and “sequential order.”
2 Is this accurate?
3 Are there other situations where stop orders are more optimal than limit orders?
4 Is this accurate?
5 Is this accurate?
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2021.12.08 11:52 SAtechnewsbot Why Pay as You Go (PayG) Is Important for Telecom Operators?

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2021.12.08 11:52 Many_Jacket_2129 So is it 48 hours or 2 days before departure?

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2021.12.08 11:52 Osaitt Win $100 of Official Rock Merch Of Your Choice (12/25/2021) {WW}

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2021.12.08 11:52 sndmuffy Muffoys. New drop! Available on Opensea. Check the details and link in the comments!

Muffoys. New drop! Available on Opensea. Check the details and link in the comments!
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2021.12.08 11:52 nimblenav Made a list of 40 introvert-friendly companies

This is a list I have been compiling for myself over a couple of years in my own quest to find a job that was remote, mostly written communication and most importantly, very light on meetings.
Most of the companies are in tech but not all. I've also cited specific reasons for each being introvert-friendly.
If you're looking for a new job, you might find it useful for inspiration :)
40 companies that don't suck for introverts
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2021.12.08 11:52 lovelyyonni Hypothyroidism while 12wks pregnant.

I was diagnosed with hypo after my goiter was removed in april. I was told fertility would be difficult however, I became pregnant while treated on 112mcg so my levels was slightly off once I found out I was pregnant at 9wks in november , i'm not on the right dose...will me not knowing I was pregnant and the dose being off at the time affect my baby development ? I hope not.
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2021.12.08 11:52 AideDisastrous6778 Just chilling this power ball

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2021.12.08 11:52 coolkid50123 Is my loadout good?

I use to do amazing with this deck (managed to solo fallen to wave 37) but now I suck ass because I haven't played in a year and a half (I can only solo now to like wave 20-30)

Golden scout
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2021.12.08 11:52 Accomplished_Year519 Resh on me! Adding 10

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2021.12.08 11:52 NoUntakenNames 🤢CONDOR🤢

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2021.12.08 11:52 HappilyCuratedChaos Vegan Nicoise Platter with an easy fish substitute.

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2021.12.08 11:52 angel2078 Purchased a 2021 TLX from FL that is fully tinted. I live in PA, and the front windshield tint will not pass inspection. Did anyone put an eyebrow tint on their front windshield or is that old-school and should I just leave it factory? Pics of eyebrow tint would be great if you have them!

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2021.12.08 11:52 DarthCasanova The McD…

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2021.12.08 11:52 EVD12 Boss says sorry for 'blundered' mass Zoom firing

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2021.12.08 11:52 DaikonSufficient Does anyone have any experience quitting a teaching job in Russia?

I'm currently working as a TEFL teacher in a preschool in Russia, but am not happy working the hours I am and can find much better pay quite easily as a nanny instead. My contract states:
"If the teacher wishes to terminate the contract before its expiration date, s/he must give the school 60-days prior notice and find a suitable replacement. The school must approve replacement teacher(s). The teacher must pay expenses that will arise from finding a replacement teacher visa processing fees. If the teacher terminates the contract without giving 60-days notice or without the School’s agreement, the teacher will be subject to legal action. This penalty clause shall be enforceable through the Moscow City Court, which may order exit/entry restrictions on the teacher’s passport or may issue legal papers to government authorities governing the teacher’s home address."
I feel like this is a bit of a scare tactic? I hold a Russian passport, and I know Russians only must give 2 weeks notice before quitting so I have no idea if the stipulations in the contract hold. Please advise!
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2021.12.08 11:52 The_Mirror_Of_Truth Hhmmm

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2021.12.08 11:52 Dbcooper000 Omicron variant in westchester.

So i read today on facebook that the omicron variant is in westchester. It was seen in a 13 year old. But they wont announce the town theyre from. Since this is a public health liability, how are we the public supposed to protect ourselves if we dont know the town and potential area this kid has been to? Im sure the school has notifed parents. I feel like the lack of communication regarding a potentially deadly virus is how we got to this point in the first place.
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