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2021.01.15 15:37 Sven806 Jay zeust einen Gegner und lacht dann wie der lachende Ratatouille [sic] Typ

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2021.01.15 15:37 BryggmanTV Black friday backerkit 2020 still open??

Hey guys, when i check on the backerkit link, it shows as still open and it seems you can still pre order stuff.....i mean what is the point of buying it asap on black friday and being charged back then when you could just buy it today......i mean this is kind of insulting...being charged so early, while some people can still buy it a couple of months later...why not charge when you close it? The greed is real..
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2021.01.15 15:37 Eve0001 What this poking out from behind the page? A certain post from u/CaseyShutt inspired me to make my own RD bookmark!

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2021.01.15 15:37 niuz-bot DNA: Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu - urmărit penal pentru mită de 800.000 de dolari - [Justitie]

Fostul preşedinte al Senatului Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu este urmărit penal de procurorii Direcţiei Naţionale Anticorupţie într-un dosar în care este acuzat de luare de mită în valoare de 800.000 de dolari.
Potrivit unui comunicat al DNA, transmis vineri AGERPRES, procurorii ...
Citeste in continuare: https://www.agerpres.ro/justitie/2021/01/15/dna-calin-popescu-tariceanu-urmarit-penal-pentru-mita-de-800-000-de-dolari--643944
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2021.01.15 15:37 the_Cart00n_theorist Littering isn't a big deal

If there's a garbage can near me sure I'll throw stuff away there but if I can't find one immediately that trash is going on the ground, I'm not making that extra effort. If you want to be nice and tidy by all means go ahead but don't force me to do the same. I just think it's ridiculous seeing people carry trash in their pockets just to throw it away later in a garbage can, like bro just throw it to the ground lol.
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2021.01.15 15:37 smoshlover194 Found this i think its tasteful

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2021.01.15 15:37 SUCK_MY_COCK_BITCH_ Does anyone else actually like wearing masks?

People always ask me if I'm sad because I always look like I want to kms so now with the mask nobody can tell what the other half of my face looks like.
Also I haven't gotten sick a single time this year thanks to the mask. Plus you can lip sync songs without anyone seeing. If covid ends I'm still wearing it🤷‍♂️
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2021.01.15 15:37 Joe-M-4 I bought $1k of the Top 10 Cryptos on January 1st, 2020 (ONE YEAR REPORT)


EXPERIMENT - Tracking Top 10 Cryptos Of 2020 - ONE YEAR REPORT – UP 139%
The full blog post with all the tables is here.
tl;dr

Month Twelve and Year One Report – UP 139% 2020 Top Ten Overview - sea of green
Here we go! Although December was more mixed than all green November, the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio gained in value. The big stories this month were XRP’s fall from grace with the SEC and Bitcoin’s new all time high.
With this month’s update, we wrap up year one of tracking the 2020 Top Ten cryptos! In the order they started the year: Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Tether, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, EOS, Binance Coin, BitcoinSV, and Tezos.
Top Ten Cryptos as of Jan. 1st, 2020
Just twelve months ago, this was the lay of the land – the Top Ten projects by market cap, which held nearly 90% of the total value of the entire crypto sphere. The fact that 30% of the 2020 Portfolio have already dropped out of the Top Ten goes to show just how fast crypto moves.
It’s also a good reminder of how fluid the space is and gives us all a heads up: the Top Ten today will almost certainly look different a year from now. We’re still very early in crypto, the Yahoo, Napster, AOL days (when was that, around 1999?). A lot can and will change in the coming years.
One year into the 2020 Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiment: 100% are in the green. The portfolio as a whole has returned nearly 140%, which lands it in second place behind the 2019 Top Ten Portfolio. Four of the ten cryptos have seen triple digit price growth led by Ethereum, up +473% since January 1st, 2020.
The 2020 Top Ten Portfolio’s +139% return outperformed six of the individual component cryptos contained within the Index while absolutely dwarfing the S&P 500’s +16% gain for the year.
Question of the Year: In USD, approximately how high did Bitcoin’s price reach in 2020? A) $19,500
B) $26,000
C) $29,000
D) $33,000
Scroll down for the answer.
December Ranking and One Year Movement Report Lots of movement, mostly down this month. Only BTC, ETH, and LTC held their positions. After flipping Tether for third place last month, XRP was re-flipped by USDT in December. Binance Coin was the only other crypto to climb this month (up from #10 to #9). The rest lost ground: BCH and BSV fell one spot to #6 and #12 respectively, Tezos slid from #18 to #20, and EOS fell the most in December, dropping three places to #16.
2020 Top Ten year end ranking - 30% drop out rate.
Top Ten dropouts since January 2020: After one year 30% of the cryptos that started in the Top Ten have dropped out. EOS, BSV, and Tezos have been replaced by Chainlink, Cardano, and Polkadot.
The 2020 Top Ten dropout rate of 30% is slightly better than the 40% dropout rate of both the 2019 and 2020 Top Ten Portfolios.
Which held and which lost the most ground compared to its peers? Twelve months in, we have two climbers: Tether and Litecoin both ended the year higher than when it began. Both Bitcoin and Ethereum have been steady.
One more time, I’ll give a special year-end mention to Litecoin. Much to the shock of us nerds who have been watching for a while, LTC fell out of the Top Ten just a few months ago. Climbing back not only to the Top Ten but to the Top Five by the end of 2020 silenced quieted those who started questioning Litecoin’s relevance (for now at least).
Beginning 2020 in 10th place, Tezos has dropped the most this year – ten positions. Its final 2020 ranking of #20 places it in danger of becoming the first 2020 Top Ten crypto to fall out of the Top Twenty. EOS has also had a nine position slide, dropping from #7 in January to #16 in December.
December Winners and Losers December WinnersBitcoin won December. It dominated the press coverage, hit a new all time high, and gained +51% in 30 days. Litecoin quietly had an excellent month (+44%) as did Binance Coin (+22%).
December Losers – With the SEC news, XRP experienced a massive sell-off, falling -63% in December and falling out if its hard fought #3 spot in the rankings. EOS and Tezos also struggled late in 2020, finishing the year down -18% and -17%, respectively.
Year End Tally of Monthly Winners and Losers One year into the 2020 Top Ten Experiment, here’s a snapshot of the monthly winners and losers:
2020 Top Ten Ws and Ls
With three monthly victories, ETH had the most monthly wins in 2020. BTC, Tether, and Tezos follow with two Ws each. BSV and Tether end the year tied with the most monthly losses at four each.
Year One Wrap Up – Ethereum dominates, 100% of cryptos in positive territory, EOS at the back of the pack. ETH wins, all in green, EOS underperforms
Despite Bitcoin receiving the lion’s share of the buzz in 2020, Ethereum was easily the best performing Top Ten Crypto, up +473% in 2020. BTC comes in second with a +307% gain followed by Litecoin (+204%) and Binance Coin (+174%).
Besides Tether, EOS is the worst performing cryptocurrency of the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio. It has gained only +6% in a year of outsized crypto gains.
Unlike the parallel 2018 and 2019 Top Ten Portfolios, 100% of the 2020 Top Ten cryptos are in positive territory. Even XRP, which had a horrendous December, managed to end the year well in the green.
Total Market Cap for the Entire Cryptocurrency Sector: Total Market cap +309% in 2020
2020 ended with a bang for crypto. For three months in a row, the month-end market cap has set new yearly highs. $193B was added to the market in December, which immediately followed the $182B added in November, The total market cap is now over the psychologically important $750B mark. That’s three quarters of a trillion dollars.
Bitcoin Dominance: Monthly BitDom in 2020
In December we achieved maximum BitDom. 70.4% BTC dominance to be exact, a record high for the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio.
For context, the BitDom range since the beginning of the experiment in January 2020 has been roughly between 57% and 70%.
If you’re new to the space, keep an eye on this number: a high BitDom signals less of an appetite for altcoins and vice versa.
Overall return on $1,000 investment since January 1st, 2020: $1k in Jan = almost $2.4k in Dec
After an initial $1000 investment on January 1st, the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio is now worth $2,395, up +139%. After leading most of the year, the 2020 group has fallen significantly behind the 2019 Top Ten Portfolio’s +169% which is now the best performing of the three Experiments. More on that below.
Here’s the month by month ROI of the 2020 Top Ten Experiment, hopefully helpful to maintain perspective and provide an overview as we go along:
2020 Top 10 - the only Portfolio to be all green, all the time
+139% is the highest monthly ROI so far for the 2020 Top Ten. Also of note, the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio is unique: it is the only one out of the three Experiments to have never experienced a losing month.
The range of monthly ROI for the 2020 Top Ten has been between a low of +7% in March and the new high this month of +139%.
Combining the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Crypto Portfolios So, how does the 2020 Top Ten Experiment compare to the parallel projects?
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for the three portfolios:
After a $3000 investment in the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies, my combined portfolios are worth $‭5,601‬ ($513+ $2,693 +$2,395).
That’s up about +87% on the three combined portfolios, compared to +72% in November.
Lost in the numbers? Here’s a table to help visualize the progress of the combined portfolios:
+87% after three years
That’s a +87% gain by buying $1k of the cryptos that happened to be in the Top Ten on January 1st, 2018, 2019, and 2020.
Top Ten Index Approach vs. All-In Approach But what if I’d gone all in on only one Top Ten crypto for the past three years? While many have come and gone over the life of the experiment, five cryptos have started in Top Ten for all three years: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, and LTC. Let’s take a look:
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Going all in on Bitcoin with $3,000 USD (dropped in $1k chunks every New Year’s Day since 2018) would have yielded +358%, turning that $3k into over $13,730. ETH, the best performing of the Three Year Club last month, comes in second place at the end of 2020 (+310%).
XRP, while still up in 2020, would have been the worst three year all-in bet, at -31%. Just last month this figure was +88%. That’s how fast the situation can change in crypto.
And at this point in the Experiments, while the +87% gain of the Top Ten Index Fund approach can’t compete with BTC, ETH, or LTC’s individual returns, it is outperforming a hypothetical all-in investment in both XRP and BCH by a healthy margin.
So that’s the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments snapshot. Let’s take a look at how traditional markets are doing.
Comparison to S&P 500 I’m also tracking the S&P 500 as part of my experiment to have a comparison point to traditional markets. Another month, another all time high for the S&P. Year to date the S&P has returned +16% .
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Overall, these are very solid returns, especially with such chaos in the world. This overachieves the 8% that financial planners use for predicted annual market returns and is quite positive considering 2020 was such an unpredictable year. Scroll up for how it compares to crypto, or let me just make it easy for you: over the same time period, the 2020 Top Ten Crypto Portfolio is returning about +139%. The initial $1k investment in crypto is now worth about $2,395.
That same $1k I put into crypto in January 2020 would be worth $1160 had it been redirected to the S&P 500 instead.
That’s a $‭1,235‬ difference on a $1k investment, by far the largest gaps in favor of crypto all year.
But that’s just 2020. What about in the longer term? What if I invested in the S&P 500 the same way I did during the first three years of the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments? What I like to call the world’s slowest dollar cost averaging method? Here are the figures:
So, taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for a similar approach with the S&P:
After three $1,000 investments into an S&P 500 index fund in January 2018, 2019, and 2020, my portfolio would be worth $4,070.
That $4,070 is up +36% since January 2018, compared to a +87% gain of the combined Top Ten Crypto Experiment Portfolios over the same period of time. You can also compare against five individual coins (BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, and LTC) by using the table above if you want.
To help provide perspective, here’s a quick look at the combined three year ROI for crypto vs. the S&P up to this point in 2020.
Three year S&P vs. three year Crypto
For those keeping track: that’s seven monthly victories for the S&P vs. five monthly victories for crypto. The largest gap is now: a 51% difference in favor of crypto.
Crypto certainly seems to have some momentum: you may notice that every crypto victory has occurred in the second half of 2020.
Final Thoughts After Year One: As opposed to some of the more “forgotten” cryptos of the 2018 Top Ten Portfolio, most are still aware of the 2020 Top Ten projects. That said, with a 30% drop out rate after just twelve months, we’re reminded that things change fast in crypto.
The 2020 Top Ten Portfolio is a good example of just how quickly projects can capture attention… then just as quickly be discarded. That hot new project that everyone’s talking about? It may or may not be around for next year’s Top Ten.
Thanks and the Future of the Experiments Thanks for reading and for supporting the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments over the years! I’ve continually tried to improve these reports over the years and will continue to do so. Now that I have four concurrent Top Ten Portfolios to track (plus a possible stablecoin interest spinoff) I may have to figure out a different way to share the information.
Overall, it’s been a pleasure interacting with everyone, especially beginners – feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
As for the future of the experiments? Full steam ahead.
  1. I’ll continue to hold and report monthly on the Top Ten Cryptos of 2018.
  2. I’ll continue to hold and report monthly on the Top Ten Cryptos of 2019.
  3. I’ll continue to hold and report monthly on the Top Ten Cryptos of 2020.
  4. And, just announced, yes, I repeated the experiment with the Top Ten Cryptos of 2021!
All the best in your crypto adventures in 2021!
And the Answer is… C) $29,000According to Reuters, Bitcoin reached $29,300 on December 31st, 2020.
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2021.01.15 15:37 Tz_Lanthan What do these sapios smoke?

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2021.01.15 15:37 niuz-bot Coronavirus / STS: Platforma pentru programarea la vaccinare este în procedură de actualizare pentru etapa a II-a - [Sanatate]

Platforma naţională pentru programare la vaccinare împotriva COVID-19 nu s-a blocat din cauza numărului de accesări multiple, fiind în procedură de actualizare.
"Având în vedere că trecerea de la prima etapă s-a realizat începând cu orele 15,00, în acest moment se realizeaz...
Citeste in continuare: https://www.agerpres.ro/sanatate/2021/01/15/coronavirus-sts-platforma-pentru-programarea-la-vaccinare-este-in-procedura-de-actualizare-pentru-etapa-a-ii-a--643954
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2021.01.15 15:37 SensationalGeoff The pain I feel is immeasurable.

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2021.01.15 15:37 usmevyapohlady Sleepy fox 🦊

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2021.01.15 15:37 UpbeatMeeting spotify, is everything okay?

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2021.01.15 15:37 skramhojden2 I wish i was a thicc femboy with a giant shlong😔

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2021.01.15 15:37 abjinternational [100% off]The Complete Python 3 Course for Beginners | Learn By Doing

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2021.01.15 15:37 Chubk1n Any complaints about Spectrum's internet services?

Hi, HomeNetworking
My parents are planning to build a home in that area. They are most likely going to buy a plot within the next few weeks and all the ones they're considering only get service from Spectrum. I've read some reviews online and Spectrum seems like a decent ISP. Despite the reviews, I'd still like to ask if anyone here has had any bad experiences with their customer support and/or their service?
Thanks!
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2021.01.15 15:37 IHitMyRockBottom Bought my first violin (stentor student II) and Rosin, practice mute, and shoulder rest... wish me luck cuz I’m a total begginer (I do know how to read music tho, so I have that going for me)

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2021.01.15 15:37 abjinternational [100% off]The Complete Python 3 Course for Beginners | Learn By Doing

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2021.01.15 15:37 in_frame ITAP of an Egret

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2021.01.15 15:37 pussydestroyer159 58mm wheels?

I have recently bought the Roces M12 Lo's (the white ones). They're my first aggressive pairs of skates and I've been loving them. Only thing I kind of dislike is how fast the wheels wear... I've had them for about a month now and I already flipped them around (which i hope wasn't a bad thing to do).
I've been on the lookout for some new wheels, which (i guess) need to be 58mm, as the stock skates came with that diameter and it doesn't look like they'd fit anything bigger.
Problem is i can't really find any (good) wheels (as far as I know). Do
Do any of you guys have any recommendations?
Thanks alot!
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2021.01.15 15:37 PromiseOld1354 UK Engineers: BEng vs MEng

Hello,
I am currently a penultimate year MEng civil engineering student, but I have the option to leave this year with a BEng.
The reason I am considering leaving with the BEng is because I have been offered a graduate job working as a bridge engineer.
However, I also have a summer job offer working as a structural engineer with another company, which means I can then go on and complete my masters.
My graduate job offer is with a multinational company and I'm sure they'll fund my masters later down the road, but given my options which would you recommend?
Thanks for your help.
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2021.01.15 15:37 afanofBTBAM Holy shit

So I just started listening a few months ago, started with Visions and The Mountain and then went backwards to Aquarius with the intention of just going chronologically through the discography. I had been browsing on this subreddit and read that the rest of their music wasn't really as Dream Theater-ey, and I started to get concerned. What if i had accidentally listened to all their best music and it all goes downhill(if only very slightly downhill) from here?
I wasn't quite done listening to Aquarius (I'm still not, can't get Celestial Elixir out of my head) when I needed to kill a few minutes while I updated PUBG. So I just went on YouTube and searched Haken, not exactly sure what I was looking for, maybe some studio footage, band interviews, or maybe even a new song. I ended up listening to Invasion and I was shook, my mind completely blown. I mean I knew they went in a "less prog" or like "less DT" direction, but I was very pleasantly surprised by how fucking good that song was. Now I've decided to get into Virus and probably switch between that Aquarius for the next few weeks. I'm excited to see how they went in that direction from The Mountain going forward, its a wonderful and delicious sound they've created on Virus. This band has been so full of surprises and I'm loving it
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2021.01.15 15:37 Donthurlemogurlx [Homemade] Omelette

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2021.01.15 15:37 Beeps_n_Boops How accurate are the pre-order prices for singles?

I'm taking the communities advise and just buying the singles I want for this next set. I don't plan on actually pre-ordering the cards but I want to start planning my budget based on the the cards we've seen. Are the prices on tcg playecard kingdom reasonably accurate to what they'll be after release?
Extra question, how far after release should I buy the singles to get the best price? I remember guilded lotus fluctuating pretty wildly and omnath went from $30 to $5 before the next set even came out.(though I imagine the standard ban had some impact on that)
Thanks!
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2021.01.15 15:37 Dorrong What should the three I should equip? (I have koncho, paper, black shock, okami, shizen, nectar, dio senko, forged akuma, bankai akuma, azarashi, kaijin, jokei)

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