"1980: Armed with a search warrant authorizing them to seize census documents, four FBI agents enter the Census Bureau's Colorado Springs office. No confidential information is ever released because a census worker holds off the agents until her superiors resolve the issue with the FBI."
Interesting. Care to elaborate? Why don't more people do this?
Examples of "Free, safe, not open" would be private communities, such as the r/Lawyers subreddit, where only actual lawyers are granted access.
What do you think of the John Hopkins tracker?
I was also wondering about this.
The economists behind Lifecycle Investing suggest deep ITM SPY LEAPS. This works as leverage in an IRA or similar account.
I also like to use a little bit of margin and I prefer to keep as much money as I can in my Interactive Brokers account, with the idea that I can use the margin loan in lieu of an emergency fund or other savings.
Thanks. : )
Hi, I'm new here. Thanks for doing this.
First of all, what are your rules? I notice it says here, "Norm Enforcing - I try to enforce particular rules", but with no elaboration.
Anyway, I was wondering about rapid testing. Isn't it rather inaccurate?
>The charity that there is room for is along the lines of "Maybe the line about misinformation was an uncharitable paraphrase rather than a direct quote"
For what it's worth, it was a direct quote, and the entirety of the ban message, other than a link to the comment.
Thanks for writing this. I am interested in this sort of thing.
Sometimes I hear people say expenses tend to be more. To what degree is this generalizable?