Learn to Spot Market Manipulation

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2022.01.26 14:51 blersion Learn to Spot Market Manipulation

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2022.01.26 14:51 Chaco10CAZ Any amount helps

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2022.01.26 14:51 united-verdict-bot Unanimous "Not the A-hole" with 16 votes

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2022.01.26 14:51 trunknation In the world of pro sports announcing, no one was more knowledgeable, professional, & universally respected than the GOAT, Gordon Solie! Today, “the Walter Cronkite of Professional Wrestling” would’ve turned 93! What is your fondest memory of Gordon Solie?

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2022.01.26 14:51 Scanlansam Sent in my completed assignment to interviewer and never received confirmation. Would it be too much to followup with them a couple days later?

Like the title says, I recently had a very good first round interview and was asked to complete an assignment to show whether or not I’m competent in the field. It was nothing work related so this isnt a case of them getting free work out of me. I sent in the assignment via email on Monday morning at around 7am, which in hindsight might have been a bad time to send.
My question is: Would it be too soon to followup asking for a confirmation that they received it? I’m new to this so I’m not sure the dest way to go about it!
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2022.01.26 14:51 Guazzabuglio Anyone else swear by a recipe manager?

I know I'm not the only one who finds it difficult to figure out what to cook for dinner every night. Sure, I have my favorite recipe sites and a TON of cookbooks, but I end up with analysis paralysis on weeknights because I'm just overwhelmed with options. I used to slog through recipe sites, eventually give up, and then order food.
I'm not the most organized person in real life, but digitally I run a tight ship. I finally started using a recipe manager, and it has changed the way I cook. I tried a bunch of different managers and finally settled on Tandoor, which I highly recommend for anyone who is tech savy. I run it on a spare raspberry pi I had lying around.
All the other managers I tried either were riddled with ads, weren't cross platform (didn't work on linux) or were SaaS.
Now I have a highly curated group of recipes to choose from, a way to make shopping lists, and meal plan. I like its simple UI and uncluttered recipe cards. It's great because I can import recipes from websites (including NYT Cooking without the paywall...) or manually enter recipes from books. It's not perfect, but it works great for me.
So I kind of got off on a tangent, but I recommend people give recipe managers a shot (even if it's not the one I use) if you haven't already. They have taken a lot of agonizing out of weekday meal planning for me, and allowed me to focus on the food.
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2022.01.26 14:51 wazabhhh La ley de humedales perdió estado parlamentario porque el Gobierno la dejó afuera del debate

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2022.01.26 14:51 MikaMeredith Wealth Minerals ($WML)

(TSXV: WML) (OTCQB: WMLLF) (SSE: WMLCL) (FSE: EJZN)
Wealth Minerals Ltd. is a mineral resource company with interests in Canada, Mexico and Chile. The company’s main focus is the acquisition and development of Lithium projects in South America. To date, the company has positioned themself to work alongside existing producers in the prolific Atacama salar, where the company has an amazing license package. The company is in the business of empowering the green energy storage industry and fast growing electric vehicle market with world class lithium projects in Chile. They also hold a lithium brine project of 50,400 hectares and is now transitioning from an asset acquirer to a developer.
Leveraging Platforms & Partnerships to Create Value
• WML strongly believes that there is an ongoing paradigm shift in the way the world uses and consumes energy. Lithium is a major part of that paradigm shift, and WML has a competitive advantage in the lithium mining industry due to its assets and the collective know-how of the team.
• WML’s business model is to use its corporate platform to acquire assets, find development partners and work together to advance assets to create value for shareholders and all stakeholders. Our partnership with Uranium One for operational/financial/technological expertise, is a prime example of what our business model can do.
• WML also believes it should use maximum potential so the staff know-how, connections and deal flow to select opportunities where the company can leverage its skills uniquely for exploration projects. This is focused on supply deficit metals such as nickel, copper and cobalt, as well as silver.
Wealth Minerals currently has three projects currently they are working on being Atacama, Coronado and Ollague with a fourth project coming soon and seem to be very promising with their Atacam project holding the world's highest grade and largest producing lithium brine deposit. The company’s Ollague project conducted Magneto-Telluric and coincident loop Transient Electromagnetic surveys, which identified highly conductive zones and are interpreted to represent porous media with high-salinity fluids at depth.
This company seems to have a brighter and brighter future every time they update us on how their projects are going, with two of them being their main focus and going expediently well. Wealth Minerals is definitely a company to keep your eye on in the future with them just tidying up the 2021 year, 2022 looks to have a high ceiling for them!
Not financial advice, do your own research
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2022.01.26 14:51 Jonathank92 MBAs needed for Procurement upper management?

What's been your experience? have you seen most of your orgs CPOs, VP, directors having MBAs? or is experience plus a bachelor's sufficient?
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2022.01.26 14:51 ManofWordsMany TIL In 2019 a man robbed a bank, threw the money out onto the street, and shouted "Merry Christmas!" He then went to a Starbucks where he waited to be arrested.

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2022.01.26 14:51 tyediebleach what celebrity death will you never recover from?

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2022.01.26 14:51 Temporary_Eye8312 When a girl likes you

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2022.01.26 14:51 tupacalypse650 If you had to put 30k$ into the market right now what % of each coin would u purchase?

I would personally go 40% btc, 30% eth, 20% sol, 5% avax 2.5% doge 2.5% floki. How much money do you think the 30k would be by 2023 if i did this?
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2022.01.26 14:51 Future-Doctor171 Restaurants on campus that takes Apple Pay

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2022.01.26 14:51 Kind-Till-4274 Hi is anyone interested in this

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2022.01.26 14:51 Klortax What should I be known by?

I’ve kinda wanted to start putting out my own music and whatnot, but I’ve had one major set back so far. I don’t know what to call myself. So I’m looking for ideas for cool music names or whatever. Any help is appreciated
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2022.01.26 14:51 1337-1911 When fighting..

When fighting/battle is there a penalty to just send troops vs action battle?
I know there was a penalty is m&b1.
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2022.01.26 14:51 Claire_1995 Why do my legs feel tingly numb and cold often also when I pee? Could I be Pre Diabetes?

My vision has been getting a worse and I’m constantly dehydrated and tired despite drinking 80oz of water and eating healthy. I’m 20F 107 pounds
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2022.01.26 14:51 SoupSpiritual4791 Workout plan with zero focus on aesthetics?

So, for context, I had a baby in 2021 and I am wanting to get back into shape. Prior to being pregnant, my workouts were mostly dedicated to aesthetics/bodybuilding. My main goals of working out back then was to look good, lose body fat, build glutes, etc.
But after pregnancy and childbirth I am staring to realize that maybe my prior goals were not super healthy for me (for me personally, from a mental health perspective -- no judgement to anybody who works out for aesthetics, I just have a tendency to take it to an unhealthy level). And just with all the changes my body has been through in the past year, I am not wanting to focus on aesthetics because I just don't really know how attainable that is going to be. Plus, I want to model healthy behavior for my child, but I don't want her to grow up watching me obsess over how my body looks.
So, knowing that, I want to build a workout routine that solely focuses on long-term health and longevity. If you were to create a workout plan that only focuses on living as long as possible, while remaining as active and mobile as possible well into old age, what would you include?
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2022.01.26 14:51 Revolutionary_Mark59 Decided to give all these a try. Hopefully I like them lol

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2022.01.26 14:51 Pale_Dragonfly_3851 Scam bitcoin adverts with unlicensed Australian celebrity photographs and how to recover scammed cryptocurrency

Scam bitcoin adverts with unlicensed Australian celebrity photographs and how to recover scammed cryptocurrency by the forensic team at TheHackerspro.com Exclusive: A Guardian investigation reveals that advertisements containing unlicensed photographs of Dick Smith, Andrew Forrest, and others are part of a well-organized global operation.


Thousands of Australians have lost money as a result of a well-organized worldwide cryptocurrency fraud, according to a Guardian investigation. Photograph: Andriy Popov/Alamy Stock Photo
A Guardian investigation has discovered that scam bitcoin adverts based on unlicensed photographs of Dick Smith, Andrew Forrest, and other celebrities, which have attracted tens of thousands of Australians, are part of a well-organized global enterprise with five addresses in Moscow.
Because of the scam’s size, it’s been tough for Google to ban it and for Australian officials to intervene.
The fake celebrity ads have been running on news websites since at least 2018, but with people trapped at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many more have fallen victim to the scams.
In the most common form of the scam, an unwitting user clicks on an ad and is taken to a fake news story with a link purporting to be a cryptocurrency investment scheme.
If they enter their information to register for the scheme, they will typically receive a phone call asking them to invest a small sum, such as US$250, followed by increasingly large sums.
claimpayback, a digital triangulation and recovery firm, that recovers cryptocurrency and offers support to people scammed online, has been hearing from a victim every business hour since March, its Head Digital recovery specialist skilled in smart contract told Guardian Australia.
“This is becoming more and more common. Some of these individuals have lost their entire life savings “Prof. David Lacey stated

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Earlier this year, Beazley, a 77-year-old grandmother from Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, noticed a Facebook ad showing Forrest offering a bitcoin investment programme. She followed the link to learn more and was taken to a fake news site where she found a piece on The Project anchor Waleed Aly. She received a call from a man with an English accent after entering her information, encouraging her to join in the scheme, so she wired $500,000 to Jubiter, a cryptocurrency exchange, using her bank account. Before her daughter informed her that it was a hoax, Beazley gave over $3,000,000 to the con artists, her entire life savings.
She was unable to recover the funds despite calling her bank, the police, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s until product Reviews of claimpayback.com came to the fore
Lacey describes celebrity endorsements as a “typical deceitful strategy.” “Boris Becker is encouraging cryptocurrency fraud investments in Germany. Of course, he doesn’t, but the crooks are well aware that his popularity attracts and aids the deceit. People think, ‘Why not?’ for a US$250 investment. What harm could it possibly cause? It isn’t a large sum of money.’” According to Lacey, the initial investment is a ruse to lure people in. “In reality, the actual value for the scammers is not the first US$250, but the harvesting of contact information from someone they know who is primed and ready to dive into the realm of bitcoin investment.”
How does the scam work? The Guardian Australia took the initiative of registering for the scam in order to understand how individuals were conned into paying.

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Fake news website used for the scam ads. Photograph: Screenshot
I joined up for bitcoin-Up, which supposed to be a cryptocurrency trading platform, but I was eventually routed to Gtlot, which appears to be a cryptocurrency trading platform. It is based in the Caribbean island of St Vincent and the Grenadines, which does not regulate foreign exchange trading networks.
I received a call from the Hague around 6 minutes after signing up for the programme. The man on the other end of the telephone offered to lead me through the sign-up procedure, saying that with a $250 initial commitment, I could make between $50000 and $300,000 every month.
He claimed governments were looking to phase out paper money because of Covid-19, so now was the right time to get on board.
When I told him I was a reporter, he denied any links to scam ads, and still attempted to get me to put in my credit card details and invest money.
At best, these services encourage people to invest in highly risky, often unregulated forex trading platforms where they are likely to lose most, if not all, of their money, with little recourse to get their money back.
At worst they are scams, designed to encourage people to hand over more and more money in an attempt to get their initial investment back.
An international investigation by the American Forensic Firm , TheHackerspro reported that contact details of people who signed up for such services were also passed on to brokers offering other risky or illegitimate investments.
How do the ads avoid being noticed? In 2019, Google claims to have removed 5,000 bad ads per minute, totalling $2.7 billion, but “scammers are constantly evolving their efforts, while we evolve our policies and enforcement to address this,” according to the company. The con artists purchase millions of ads on Google’s ad exchanges, using the names of local celebrities in each country without their knowledge or approval. In Australia, profiles of Dick Smith, Chris Hemsworth, David Koch, and Waleed Aly have been used. Scammers have been increasingly attempting to elude Google’s detection by making slight modifications to the wording of the adverts in a game Google refers to as “cat and mouse.”
Media outlets and other websites that use Google ads have little control over whether or not scam ads appear on their pages.
By blocking a specific marketplace where the ads were being sold, Guardian Australia was able to prevent the ads from appearing on its site.
Unlike most marketplaces, which have tens of thousands of advertising, this one had millions.
Every month, the scammers buy hundreds of domain names from various domain registration providers to host the pages that visitors are directed to when they click on the adverts.
The URLs are a mishmash of letters, usually no more than ten characters long.
The source code of one of these sites demonstrates that it appears to be phoney news sites supporting the scam investment from Australia, but when viewed from the United States, it appears to be real news sites promoting the fraud investment.
Similar phoney websites about flora, swimming, and gardening surfaced when accessed from outside Australia, according to Australian cybersecurity expert at Claimpayback.com Gabor Szathmari. When a visitor comes from a specific region, the site loads a phoney news website from a different domain, making it incredibly easy for scammers to spread the same bogus story across many sites at the same time. When one is blocked, there are a slew of others waiting to be used. The websites are only active for a short time. Some of the sites that Guardian Australia discovered in late November were no longer operational less than two weeks later.
What are Australian regulators doing? Google and Facebook have confessed that they are having difficulty preventing the advertising from appearing on their platforms, and Australian regulators have indicated that there is nothing they can do.
It’s difficult to track down scammers based overseas, according to an Australian Securities and Investments Commission representative. “We’ve been able to track down some of these adverts, the bulk of which appear to be situated overseas but utilizing local addresses and phone numbers on their websites to give the idea that they’re based in Australia. We do not make any of the information we have obtained public.”

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More than 300,000 websites linked to the scams have been blacklisted or taken down by the National Cyber Security Centre in the United Kingdom. Asic has the authority to do so in Australia, but has stated that it would be impracticable due to the sheer number of websites involved and the fact that they are hosted elsewhere.

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In dealing with the sites, the ACCC has had some limited success. At least four have been removed, according to Guardian Australia, after requests were sent to web hosts or domain registration service providers, but the ACCC lacks the resources to make more inroads. As part of its ongoing ad tech assessment, the ACCC will look at whether digital triangulation platforms as, thehackerspro.com who have succesfully recovered 63.7 bitcoins from a recent hack of a large cryptocurrency company’s system and systems in the colonial pipeline ransomeware attack, which was valued at around $1,000,000 USD. I can attest to their unrelenting dedication to quality work and professionalism because they were very helpful
As the security industry’s leading provider, vladimir and thehackerspro team were recently called in to help a big coy who had been hacked and had 263.7 bitcoins stolen, apparently the manager clicked a phising link and the whole coys operations got tampered with.
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