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DD on $ALT and $TNXP

2020.03.03 03:01 pokeking1234567 DD on $ALT and $TNXP

####TL;DR and Disclosures
We think that the safest play is to buy $ALT around $4 or less as soon as possible since the chances of the rocket taking off soon are very high. In the case of options, we would recommend 2020/03/20 $5 for $ALT.
In the case of $TNXP buying below $1.50 as soon as possible would be recommended and if you want the quick payoff, sell Tuesday AH due to the dilution on Wednesday. However, $TNXP is second in the race for the vaccine so it could very well be a long play. In the case you want to go long, sell Tuesday and buy again on Wednesday for max gains. $TNXP, unfortunately, has no options.
I currently own around $1000 in $ALT (purchased at 3.80 a share in Friday trading session) and $1500 in $TNXP (purchased PM today at 9:10 am at an average price point of 1.30). $ALT and $TNXT are poised to moon based on both technicals and fundamentals. Screenshots attached for your edification.
Please guys, remember, investment comes with the risk of loss and I am not advocating any of these positions, simply providing my research.
[Here are my open positions I currently hold, for transparency](https://imgur.com/a/Su51A83)
#Introduction
Hi, All!
I go by pokeking and this content is brought to you by the penny stock channel in the WSB Discord. First and foremost, I want to disclose my stake in $ALT and $TNXT. I currently own around $1000 in $ALT (purchased at 3.80 a share in Friday trading session) and $1500 in $TNXT (purchased PM today at 9:10 am at an average price point of 1.30).
The real reason we’re bringing you this content today (edited by several members of the group) is that we spent the weekend researching CV penny stock plays and after collective DD. We believe these two stocks are poised for breakouts over the next several days and beyond. These stocks have fundamentals and technicals aligned. I personally spent a lot of time digging through various SEC filings of these NASDAQ publicly listed micro cap stocks and believe their fundamentals are great (I’m a fundamentals trader myself).
The first place we started our DD was [this list](https://www.who.int/blueprint/priority-diseases/key-action/novel-coronavirus-landscape-ncov.pdf?ua=1) that I’m sure many of you have seen. Around Thursday, we began digging through this list looking for microcap stocks to invest in. Due to some fortuitous twitter action we were able to catch the upswing on $IBIO previous to their 400% moon. As you’ll see in the technical analysis, that’s most CV stocks’ max. I have no position in $IBIO to close, but they’re probably not poised for breakout much beyond here based on technicals. I could be wrong, though. All of this could be wrong. However, research under $ALT stocks aligns with this 400% expectation and it’s the best we got, so that’s what we’ve been going on the basis of.
From the list, we began our due diligence on 5 companies. I’m not going to walk you through the list, but it’s the microcaps listed above. From there, we broke it down and went through all the company’s SEC Filings, research, and press releases and postulated on which would be best. We then looked at company filings Monday morning. As you can see, I got into $ALT on Friday, postulating that with their investor meeting and 126% price spike to the upside with no pattern before that they still had another 275% gain to the upside potential. They are now lower than when I posted them.
Also, of note is increased volume in Stocktwits on all of these trades. This implies increased volume as retail investors are taking note of the stock.
Thanks and enjoy the read!
##$TNXP DD
  1. Tonix is second furthest along in progression (behind $10 billion market cap company Moderna) towards the vaccine out of all companies currently in the race as they have been [working on viral biodefense](https://www.tonixpharma.com/news-events/press-releases/detail/1052/tonix-pharmaceuticals-announces-demonstrated-vaccine) for years now. [They have announced a partnership to begin Phase 2B trials in conjunction with Southern Research.](https://www.tonixpharma.com/news-events/press-releases/detail/1191/tonix-pharmaceuticals-announces-research-collaboration-with) ***(Note: $ALT is still looking to establish partnership despite being ready to proceed in Phase B trials)***.
  2. Tonix is poised for technical break out and likely only didn’t moon today because of lowered volume today due to Robinhood outages and looming offering set to close on March 3, 2020 for $16,005,000 (14,550,000 common shares @ $1.10) [Link for article](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tonix-pharmaceuticals-inc-prices-16-134510192.html)/[SEC filing](https://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=13968078&RcvdDate=2/28/2020&CoName=TONIX%20PHARMACEUTICALS%20HOLDING%20CORP.&FormType=424B5&View=html).
  3. However, of imminent note is Tonix’s stock deal with MM’s which means on Wednesday there will be a liquidity event that will dilute stock values significantly. That being said, Tonix is second in the race and at a current valuation of $50 million after capital infusion at a minimum are poised for breakout on the trading day tomorrow. See technical trading explanation under $ALT DD for more details on this.
  4. Technical Analysis (https://imgur.com/a/i0mjHbW) Positive crossover MACD
    1. First resistance line → $1.40
    2. Second resistance line → $1.50
    3. Third resistance line → $1.90
    4. Last
    5. Power hour (Monday, March 2) shows high accumulation
##$ALT DD
A member of the group made a very informative DD presentation, and I’ll be making a TL;DR for it in this section, along with highlighting other sources. [Link for presentation](https://imgur.com/a/RQRXFqz)
There are 9 basic arguments for $ALT to shoot up from the presentation, however I will be merging some together for the sake of the TL;DR.
  1. **The Math**: A member managed to patternize various popping COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) stocks by their charts. It was noted that there is an overnight jump of any X% which would then be followed by another jump of X^2.1%. The first jump has already happened to $ALT, however the second jump hasn’t been hit yet. This means that, based on other data points, $ALT could go as high as $8.49. Check the charts from the link if you want the data in front of you. The volume of this stock is also growing, causing bot attention and multiple media sources to mention $ALT.
  2. **Government Funds**: Trump and Pence have a 2.5 billion dollar plan to curb the outbreak and based on [this article](https://stockpence.com/featured/trump-meeting-pharmaceutical-coronavirus/amp), $ALT and $TNXP were present at the White House conference. Along with this, WHO’s list mentions $ALT or $TNXP as potential partners in this crisis.
  3. **Panic and Bad news about COVID-19**: The California Bay Area has announced plans for school closures due to the virus outbreak in the Bay. In addition the virus is only going to spread more causing more panic and will draw more investors. The spreading of the virus will not be affected by the economy, so even if we recover, ALT stock will still be hot.
  4. **Cheap Solution**: $ALT’s solution for the vaccine is one if the most efficient and cheap since it is a nasal spray. It doesn’t require a doctor to administer and is very effective especially since the virus is airborne.
  5. **$ALT’s talk at Cowen*\*: $ALT had an amazing talk today highlighting their plans for the future along with COVID-19 updates. They also have a couple of multimillion dollar contracts coming up.
##Technical Analysis:
[This means the stock is bullish and we are due for a breakout](https://i.imgur.com/jiq4KK2.png)
[Additive boxcar function](https://i.imgur.com/jz4wZfi.png)
###Altimmune Press:
  1. Government Funding
  1. Altimmune had a set of [slides](http://wsw.com/webcast/cowen57/alt/index.aspx) detailing their work on the coronavirus at the Cowen 40th annual health care conference. The company has made this one of their top priorities and are pushing deadlines hard.
  2. Coronavirus is a respiratory pathogen. Altimmune’s nasovax solution directly protects the respiratory system while also administering the vaccine.
  3. Altimmune has the cheapest vaccine solution. Our healthcare system could be totally swamped while professional doctors are requested to administer injections. Cheap = more = higher stocks for $ALT.
  4. The quick and widespread fear of coronavirus is causing things such as potential [school closures](https://calmatters.org/health/2020/02/california-students-coronavirus-disruption-schools-colleges-online-learning/) while the coronavirus is in effect.
  5. Altimmune has already gotten the [go-ahead for trials](https://time.com/5790545/first-covid-19-vaccine/).
  6. While not life threatening, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t cause panic. As the virus continues to spread, people will get [more worried](https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/number-of-coronavirus-cases-from-unknown-source-growing-in-us/ar-BB10ygJK?ocid=st2).
  7. There are all these beabull fights going on over $SPY. It doesn’t matter what happens with the overall market, coronavirus is the constant, and Altimmune will go up regardless. It’s a much safer play.
  8. Analysts [rank stock at over $13](https://i.imgur.com/yHTTDF9.png).
  9. Bots run 60% of the stock market (arguably more). They pay attention to the news and use them in their algorithms. Altimmune has been **all over*\* the news.
  10. On 2020/02/29 the WHO announced a draft list for companies that would work on the vaccine. [Altimmune is on that list](https://www.who.int/blueprint/priority-diseases/key-action/novel-coronavirus-landscape-ncov.pdf?ua=1). *I cover this in my introduction
  11. On 2020/03/02 President Trump met with Altimmune (as well as a few other companies) to [discuss the vaccines and possible cures](https://stockpence.com/featured/trump-meeting-pharmaceutical-coronavirus/amp/).
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2019.05.14 17:36 Hey_-_-_Zeus 18/19 Crystal Palace Season Review [Long post]

(Disclaimer: The following will be biased to some extent, I am a Palace fan after all)
The 18/19 season has been very strange as a Palace fan, quite possibly the strangest I've ever seen in my lifetime. A mix of underwhelming success and some top level statistics having somehow finished in 12th place has left the fan base largely divided on several topics.
Will we Keep Wilf for another year?...And for that matter.... AWB, Luka, Sakho? Should we be happy with the season? Another year of Woyball? How many Speroni statues?
I will attempt to answer these questions in my Review of Palace's 18/19 season. This will be Very long, so read on at your own risk but there will be TL:DR's for each section to sum things up.

PRE-SEASON

Date Opponent H/A Result
Thu Jul 12 Helsingor A 2-2 D
Mon Jul 16 Halmstads A 1-6 W
Sat Jul 21 Oxford United A 1-3 W
Sat Jul 28 Reading A 0-4 W
Sat Aug 4 Toulouse H 4-1 W
Obviously pre-season games are never too accurate to go off. Most teams leave out the best players and give an opportunity to the youngsters to show their worth for the opening day and this year was no different. In the first game in Denmark, Roy Hodgson used 21 players of his 26 man squad with Kirby the only one to play all 90. This was very promising as a lifelong fan; I watch the youth teams and Kirby has always been a fantastic prospect. I was filled with hope for the upcoming season, this was only cemented afterwards by four Successive wins with a aggregate score of 17-3...
PRE SEASON TL;DR - Promising scenes, youth prospects shining. Fan Mentality: Cautiously Optimistic.

SUMMER TRANSFERS

Player Position Team Fee I/O
Vincente Guaita GK Getafe Free In
Cheikhou Kouyaté DM West Ham United ~£9.5M In
Max Meyer CM Schalke 04 Free In
Jordan Ayew CF Swansea City 1 Season Loan In
Yohan Cabaye CM Al-Nasr SC Released Out :(
Diego Cavalieri GK Free agent Released Out
Andre Coker CF Maidstone United Free transfer Out
Damien Delaney CB Cork City Released Out
Lee Chung-yong RW VfL Bochum Released Out
Bakary Sako LW West Brom Released Out
Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong LB Aldershot Town Free transfer Out
Matt Funnell GK Maidstone United Free transfer Out
Jarosław Jach CB Çaykur Rizespor 1 Season Loan Out
Jason Lokilo RW Lorient 1 Season Loan Out
Tyler Brown LB Kingstonian 1 Season Loan Out
James Daly CF Kingstonian 1 Season Loan Out
Ryan Inniss CB Dundee United Loan until 31st Jan 19 Out
Levi Lumeka CM Leyton Orient Loan until 9th Jan 19 Out
SUMMER TRANSFERS TL:DR - Lost Cabaye, Got Max Meyer, Guaita and Kouyaté. Fan mentality: Fairly Optimistic

HOLMESDALE FANATICS BOYCOTT

Before we Start with the actual season, It's worth explaining the Whole deal with the Holmesdale Fanatics as this was very relevant to a lot of the "Palace-politics" this year. The HF are Crystal Palace's ultras. English football doesn't really have an "Ultra culture" but Since the groups founding in 2005 we've been fighting that stereotype. Trying to keep the traditional down and dirty vibes to Selhurst park but looking to Europe for inspiration for how to take organised fan groups to the next level, the HF have been vital in Palace's atmosphere and virility online for many years now. Whether you're a hater or a lover as Palace (along with maybe Middlesbrough's Red faction) are doing our part to change English football norms for the better, taking the best parts of supporter groups such as Ajax, PSG, Napoli, Gladbach etc.... and combining it with that old school British feel. We're nowhere near them yet, don't get me wrong, but we're on our way.
The HF have succeeded in Inspiring a generation of Palace fans to come out in full voice to every game, Men's, Women's, Youth (occasionally) with their *Comical songs, *Constant Out-singing other fans Home or away, *Energy, *Tifo's, *And support and promotion of Good causes
The group are a major part of the club whether you like them or not and this year we saw just how powerful they are.
Discussions begun during the 17/18 season between HF representatives and the club about the decision to move the group from Block B (In the lower corner of the ground) to Block E (Same stand, but more central, behind the goal). Initially, the club agreed this would be fine and upon renewing their season tickets, they would all be able to move as a collective. The club started to tell current Block E season ticket holders they would have to move come summertime and obviously, due to long term regulars (20+ years) being displaced from rather good seating positions, they pushed back on the decision. The club were now in a situation whereby they had already given the green light to arguably, palace's most influential fans, but had simultaneously shot themselves in the foot and wound up a large section of lifetime paying ticket holders. When the promised day arrived, the club withdrew their promise to the HF and blocked the displacement of hundreds of fans. The HF hit back by Boycotting the clubs home games and simply not attending. It wouldn't be until the home game vs Burnley on 1st December that they made a return and turned Selhurst back into the lively soulful ground it once had been. Trust me, as someone who attended roughly nearly 3/4's of the games this season (fucking shift work on Saturdays), there was a considerable difference and they were missed atmosphere-wise, even if their "boycott" wasn't to your taste.
Something else worth mentioning that I find very interesting is that During this period, the PSG ultras and the HF formed somewhat of a pact. Collectif Ultras Paris Heavily backed the HF's strike as the Ultra Culture is something they strongly believe in and have partaken in Boycott's of their own before. This "friendship" was comically played out as when PSG played United in the CL RO16 1st leg at Old Trafford, On their way through London, the CUP picked up roughly 70 HF and took them along for the journey.
HF TL;DR - Until MD 15, our atmosphere was the worst it's been in over 10 years due to absence of Palace ultras because of an ongoing argument with the club; and this was worth mentioning as it had a considerable effect on performances, fan feelings and the balance of power at the club.
Fan mentality: Dreadfully pessimistic

START OF SEASON

Apathetic August
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Aug 11 Fulham A 0-2 W 4th Zaha, Schlupp 24,821
Mon Aug 20 Liverpool H 0-2 L 10th N/A 25,750
Sun Aug 26 Watford A 2-1 L 10th Zaha 20,014
Tue Aug 28 Swansea City (League Cup) A 0-1 W Second Round Sørloth 9,122
The First month back after summer wasn't exactly what we wanted. Away win to Fulham to kick things off was great, Seeing Zaha score twice in Three games was good too. Losing to Watford fucking tilted me as we toe-to-toed them in every stat and didn't deserve to come away with nothing. Losing to Liverpool isn't something that anything can complain about as they're one of the world's best teams, but god do I wish we had this fixture towards the end of the season rather than at the start. Palace have been a thorn in Liverpool's side for quite a while now and I feel that as our opening home game for this campaign, was probably the best time they could've played us. Despite AWB getting sent off for bringing Salah down as the last man, this month had looked very good for him and people were beginning to talk.
Sørloth scoring in the cup game at Swansea was fantastic, We all wanted him to do well and although he is young most of us wanted to give him some time. Seeing him potentially kicking off his form like that was great and it wasn't for another few months or so that our 9th most expensive signing ever proved to be more of a flop than flubber with erectile dysfunction.
Fan Mentality: Flat, Annoyed but secretively a little happy for Wilf, Sørloth and AWB
AUGUST TL;DR - Mixed start, Zaha and AWB doing bits, 10th in table, smack bang in the middle.
So-So September
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Sep 1 Southampton H 0-2 L 15th N/A 25,495
Sat Sep 15 Huddersfield Town A 0-1 W 12th Zaha 23,696
Sat Sep 22 Newcastle United H 0-0 D 11th N/A 25,679
Tue Sep 25 West Bromwich Albion (League Cup) A 0-3 W Third round Townsend x2, PVA 10,818
Losing to Southampton was one of the worst games of the season, not only at this point, but even looking back now. What an awful performance we put on and the fans were rightly pissed off. Couple that game with the Goalless Draw with Newcastle Where we frustratingly outplayed them in basically every aspect and it became clear what this season's problem was going to be..... That was scoring goals. Defensively we had some fantastic plays in the 8 games played so far and had very few complaints with the back line. The CB partnership of Sakho and Tomkins looked seriously impressive, AWB still getting better every game and PVA having an OK start to season, showing that he can get forward fairly well.
Sometimes it's not exactly clear what a teams problem is when they're playing poorly, as there isn't always an easy way to distinguish cause and effect. This luckily, wasn't the case to some extent. We knew what aspect of our game needed to improve and that being clinical in front of goal. Problem was, what do you put it down too? Is it Ayew not being able to keep up? Is it Roy playing wrong formations and having Zaha in the middle more often than on the wing, not utilising his strongest aspect? Was it just form, a combination of all three plus more or just divine intervention?!?! Who knew. Arguments began to develop, Fans started to split.
Fan Mentality: "Don't do a Palace again please Palace"
SEPTEMBER TL:DR - Very poor performances vs Newcastle and Southampton made it abundantly clear that our problem this season was scoring goals as defensively we were very solid. Zaha also scored an absolute banger of a solo goal vs Huddersfield.
On-your-fucking-bike October
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Mon Oct 1 AFC Bournemouth A 2-1 L 13th PVA 10,199
Sat Oct 6 Wolves H 0-1 L 14th N/A 25,715
Sun Oct 21 Everton A 2-0 L 15th N/A 38,668
Sun Oct 28 Arsenal H 2-2 D 14th Milivojevic x 2 Pens 25,718
Wed Oct 31 Middlesbrough (League Cup) A 1-0 L K/O N/A 11,850
My my my what a shit month. A draw with arsenal wasn't too bad however the usual Zaha "hate-brigade" came out for the 83rd minute equalising penalty he won calling it a dive, When IMO Xhaka gets drawn in like a mug and there is clear contact.
Still overall an awful month...A month that saw us have 47 shots and score 3 times (Only once from open play as two penalties) cemented the feelings from last month and the divide that split the fans begun to be more lopsided towards anger and pessimism with less for the "glass half full" wankers to back up My their points. Some very poor performances from Ayew, Sørloth and even Luka started making fans fearful of the drop... Thoughts like..
"It's been 5 years, we should be comfortably a top half PL team by now", "Roy has got to go" - (forgetting how well he had done the previous season after that awful FDB start) and, "Fuck Parish and his Johnny Bravo haircut" begun to fill the usual Twitter, Reddit and Discord feeds.
As an optimistic Wanker myself Some of the optimistic wankers fighting back by stating that Palace have 95% of the time since I've been born ALWAYS had a better second half to the season than first, Expecting something similar was the small glimmer of hope we could hold on to, as the next few months would tell.
Fan Mentality - REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
OCTOBER TL:DR - Awful month, bar the arsenal game. Less clinical than a back alley doctor and still no HF support with the club holding out brought us to our worst point of the season, were we getting relegated?
Nothing November
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sun Nov 4 Chelsea A 3-1 L 14th Townsend 40,407
Sat Nov 10 Spurs H 0-1 L 16th N/A 25,685
Sat Nov 24 Man United A 0-0 D 16th N/A 74,516
An international break came at a good time for us having our last 5 games before it being, Everton, Wolves, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs....Not exactly the easiest run of games. But hey, at least they were over with? And being the club in the entire bottom half at this point of the league to have the least games left to play vs the top 6 meant something right?
Having (imo) outplayed Spurs, albeit losing and drawing 0-0 with United away meant we were on the up. Well in my mind it did. Yeah we put on a less than desirable performance vs Chelsea but we should have lost all three of those games. Instead we drew one, lost one rightfully, and lost one but undeservedly. There was still time, this was something to build on. Hey, at least this win-less streak of 7 games came close enough to January that the board might take notice and sign a fucking striker? Lets be positive guys. We expected 0 points this month and we got 1, chill. We actually went to Old Trafford and had more shots than them, we forced them to defend to their limit, didn't let them break us down and didn't give them an easy day out. We can be proud of that at least. (In case you hadn't realised, I am the optimistic Wanker Palace fan I keep referring to in the 3rd person). The fans wanted more. I understood it and I didn't. For those of you who don't know, less than 10 years ago, Palace were in administration, sitting 22nd in the Championship. Things looked bleak but to go from that to where we were now in only 10 years is something to be proud of. A 10 year turn around of administration to a 6th strait year in the PL (and we still weren't in the relegation zone) is genuinely impressive. Things take time, let us see what January brings.
I was largely out numbered with my views.
Fan mentality - "FUCK THIS! WE SHOULD BEAT CHELSEA 9-0 AND SPURS BY AT LEAST 27 GOALS. United game was alright though"
NOVEMBER TL;DR - 2 losses, 1 draw. But in fairness our month was vs United away, Chelsea away and Spurs at home. Put in a good shift vs Spurs and United and we could build on it. Winter window getting closer, and our problems are obvious, perhaps the board will put 2 and 2 together and give us some kind of nocturnal mammal/DC superhero to wank over. (Spoiler alert)
Dandy Andy Towny's December of decimation
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Dec 1 Burnley H 2-0 W 14th Townsend, McArthur 25,098
Tue Dec 4 Brighton A 3-1 L 15th Milivojevic 29,663
Sat Dec 8 West Ham United A 3-2 L 16th McArthur, Schlupp 56,995
Sat Dec 15 Leicester City H 1-0 W 15th Milivojevic 24,738
Sat Dec 22 Manchester City A 2-3 W 14th Schlupp, Milivojevic, TOWNSEND 54,340
Wed Dec 26 Cardiff City H 0-0 D 14th N/A 25,206
Sun Dec 30 Chelsea H 0-1 L 14th N/A 25,781
Well where do we start....
Here, we start here
Ok, now this month had some excellent shit and some awful awful aspects to it. Lets do it chronologically....1st Dec the dispute between the club and the HF has ended! The club gave into their earlier words and decided (controversially) to displace the current Block-E residents in favour of the HF centralising their noise to create a new "singing section" for the start of the 19/20 season. With the HF back at Selhurst the ground felt like it had a weight lifted from their shoulders. This was one of the games I went too and my god, the atmosphere was insane. Not to mention the performance, we could've easily won that game 6-0 but were held to two by a struggling Burnley back line, If you don't believe me either look at the stats or better yet, watch the highlights. I think that may have been the best game we played all season. Maybe level with the City game this month too but in a different way. We DOMINATED them the entire 90 minutes and I imagine Burnley fans will say it was their worst performance this year (definitely one of). Townsend also scored another banger but due to what was to happen in 3 weeks time from this game, literally nobody even remembered this goal.
Now, the Brighton game..
Coming off of a win like that, we should've put in a better performance than we did. I hold my hands up, we were shit and outplayed by them. Tomkins made that stupid mistake and Wilf lost his head (For those of you who don't know, Wilf loses his head more often than the average player, and when he's mad, he forgets how to play football a lot of the time). I hated this game and every aspect of it. Off the pitch the Palace fans were attacked by the Brighton lot outside the ground and the police did their typical Guantanamo prison guard routine not allowing many Palace fans (with tickets) into stadium for no given reason other than to split us up.
West ham was a weird game. Both teams played pretty well I thought and hey, if we're going to lose, lets lose by scoring some goals instead of doing absolutely nothing. There was some controversial decisions but Palace v West Ham has always been a bit heated as we're more often than not next to each other come MD 38.
City away. OH MY FUCKING GOD. I'll tell you one thing, If you play with feathers, you'll get your arsed tickled. City took us for granted and credit to Roy for that game, It was a tactical beast from us. Our press was insane, If we played a press like that every game, we'd finish the season on like 4 points, but Nobody was expecting us to do what we did. I have argued this a million times and I'll argue it a million more....We definitely deserved to win that game, It was not luck. I mean, Yes the wonder goal helped but every team gets wonder goals every now and then. We defended tightly, Broke so effectively, won the ball back and put on the pressure quickly and completely took their midfield out of the game. Most importantly we were back to being clinical again, and that goal, fuck me, silky as a spiders arsehole.
Cardiff was a very frustrating game. VERY frustrating. We had 59% of the ball and 17 shots only for a 0-0 at home. Typical fucking Palace to be the most famous club in the world for a couple days beating City at the Etihad only to draw to Cardiff at home. Pisstake. But hey, another clean sheet and another point. Gimme.
Chelsea was once again thoroughly underwhelming. They paid us back for last season and really screwed us both games we played. Not much to say on this except maybe we needed grounding as we were still flying from the City win (Probably the best win Palace have ever had). Hands up here, they completely battered us.
Overall December was up and down. We lost to our rivals but beat City at the Etihad and came away with 2 goal of the month contenders and a goal of the season contender (Later to be voted by the public as the winner this Saturday). 10 points from 18 wasn't bad. You'd assume Liverpool and City to get 18/18 and Huddersfield to get 2/18 so we were kind of where we should've been, just a little above the average. Yeah we lost against Brighton but points wise, it levelled out having stunned City. We were ok, Transfer windows about to open and things are on the up.
Fan Mentality - "I'm mad about Brighton and Cardiff, but over the moon with Burnley and City......hmmmmmmm"
DECEMBER TL;DR - Lost to rivals in shit game. Beat City away with one of best goals I've ever seen. Looked like barce-fucking-lona vs Burnley but got held to 0-0 by Cardiff. Strange month. Oh yeah, and the HF came back after club caved and agreed to demands, this is what I meant earlier by fan power.
Jubilee January
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Wed Jan 2 Wolves A 0-2 W 14th McArthur, Ayew! 30,666
Sat Jan 5 Grimsby Town (FA Cup) H 1-0 W 3rd round FA Cup Ayew 19,967
Sat Jan 12 Watford H 1-2 L 14th Cathcart Own Goal 25,010
Sat Jan 19 Liverpool A 4-3 L 14th Townsend, Tomkins, Meyer 53,171
Sun Jan 27 Spurs (FA Cup) H 2-0 W 4th Round FA Cup Wickham, Townsend 19,491
Wed Jan 30 Southampton A 1-1 D 15th Zaha 28,339
January was again a weird month. We kicked off our Cup campaign with 2 clean sheets adding to our already impressive total. Grimsby were a good side and all credit too them, they brought a lot of away fans, I had a lot of respect for them that day. They were in full voice and It made me nostalgic of the lower leagues and how their fans get ignored on the whole because they're not top tier. Knocking out Spurs was just brilliant, A Spurs fan would defend themselves by saying "We played a weak squad"....but so did we lol....well weaker than we could've gone anyway. England's World cup hero Trippier missed a penalty to level the scores shortly before we doubled our lead. I started to believe (Foolishly) that another cup run was on our hands.
League-wise it wasn't bad I guess. We beat Wolves away to get revenge for earlier in the season in a good old fashioned championship style game. Lost to Watford again, which nearly made me have an aneurysm as I don't like the yellow midlanders but events later on in the month (ward-prowse) made the hornet's sting less Painful. The Liverpool game was insane and I actually did a write up prediction of it the day before, predicting line ups, [palace to score three and Milner to be sent off]. I was laughed at. In fairness I was laughed at understandably, Palace going to Anfield and almost beating them, don't be silly! But we really put them through their paces. This is another reason why I said earlier I wish we still had a game to play against them later on in the season. We're always better 2nd half so would've made for an interesting title race game, 2014 style.
Now Southampton. It was a dirty game. A dirty dirty game from both sides and probably very entertaining from a neutral perspective. Ref was also shocking for both clubs. For those who don't remember, highlights are here. Now, I'm not justifying Zaha's actions 100%, But what those highlights don't show is the hacking he endured that game. This isn't me being biased. He was treated very roughly almost as if the intent was to hurt him in that game. Southampton were smart about it, they knew what I said earlier is true (About Wilf losing his head) and they played that game. JWP fouls him, pretends to throw a ball in his face, Spits on floor in front of him and raises a hand to tap him on the cheek. Worst of all he Celebrated by punching the air when the red card is shown, I think he's a disrespectful little fucker, but Wilf could've handled that situation a lot better. Proper made a fool of himself by doing what he did, but I guess it was a heat of the moment thing, I understand he later apologised to the referee. Regardless of that, after nearly breaking Townsend's leg in half the ball falls to Wilf who scores. JWP hits back by being excellently positioned for the equaliser. In all honesty, a draw was probably the right result. We both played well and dirty, we both Deserved the goals we got and we both deserved reds imo. Looking forward to this game next year, will be lively.
JANUARY TL;DR - Up and Down, Fantastic performance at Liverpool that got the whole league looking. Beat the mighty Wolves away and knocked Spurs out of the Cup! Very frustrating games vs Southampton and Watford, but next season we shall see what happens.

WINTER TRANSFERS

Player Position Team Fee I/O
Bakary Sako LW West Brom Free In
Jacob Mensah CB Ramsgate Free In
Lucas Perri GK São Paulo Half Season Loan In
Michy Batshuayi CF Chelsea Half season Loan (£1M fee) In
Jonny Williams CAM Charlton Undisclosed Out
Jordon Mutch RM Gyeongnam Released Out
Sullay Kaikai LW NAC Breda Undisclosed Out
Jason Puncheon CAM Huddersfield Half Season Loan Out
Alexander Sørloth ST Gent Half Season Loan Out
Nya Kirby CAM Blackpool Half Season Loan Out
Joseph Hungbo MF Margate Half Season Loan Out
Oliver Webber GK Greenwich Borough Half Season Loan Out
Dion-Curtis Henry GK Maidstone United Half Season Loan Out
Jarosław Jach CB Sheriff Tiraspol 31st Dec 19 Out
Well Sako's foray to the midlands went well, having been released in January, we signed him again. Sako had 4 apps in an underwhelming stint with the Baggies. Nya Kirby is off to get some well deserved first team game time with Blackpool only to eventually get in the fans good books who I understand wanted to see more of him....Then there's Batman. Wow. I mean he's probably the biggest big name player we've ever managed to sign. Well maybe with the exception of Cabaye. His arrival split opinion once again amongst Palace fans. Well not 50/50 but not everybody was happy to see him come in. There was a lot of pessimism around him, quoting his Valencia form as the main reason. Let me put it this way....I know it's not just him of course, but before Bats came in, our average points per game were 0.88; After he came in, Our average points per game were 1.66. They almost doubled, and it was fairly clear to see why. He and Wilf linked up excellently, and he was the clinician we needed. Almost scoring the most insane goal with basically his first touch of the ball in a Palace shirt. He was officially signed at around 1:30AM GMT on Feb 1st after the extension was granted for the Paperwork. A very late signing and one that proved to be season changing. Arguably our best signing since we got Ian Wright from Dulwich Hamlets for a set of Dumbbells (I'm not joking).
WINTER TRANSFERS TL;DR - Sako back (which sparked some controversy over his wage bill), Sørloth gone out on loan in a ploy to make him seem better than he is by lowering the level of the league he plays in, only to attempt to sell him this summer and make back some of the £9M we spent on him I think. KaiKai has gone for good, which is a shame, I think he'll be a fantastic prospect in the next few years, keep your eye out.... Oh.... and this happened.
Fan Mentality - GTFI
Fantastic February
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Feb 2 Fulham H 2-0 W 14th Schlupp, Milivojevic 25,355
Sat Feb 9 West Ham H 1-1 D 13th Zaha 25,552
Sun Feb 17 Doncaster Rovers (FA Cup) A 0-2 W 5th Round FA Cup Schlupp, Meyer 14,010
Sat Feb 23 Leicester City A 1-4 W 13th Zaha x2, Batshuayi, Milivojevic 31,778
Wed Feb 27 Manchester United H 3-1 L 14th Ward 25,754
February was a great month all around for us. Before the United game we were 6 undefeated and we didn't expect to win that anyway! They were newly OLE'd and on a mad hype at the time, winning like a million-bajillion games in a row. We made our Leicester H2H for last two seasons an aggregate score on 13-1 in 4 games and we continued our "yet-to-concede-in-the-Cup run". We did the double over Fulham with two 2-0 wins and didn't let West Ham do the double over us thank god. A fantastic showing in Doncaster from our travelling fans made me proud as we made a lot of noise for the full 90 minutes. DING DING DING. We saw Bats get off the mark with a good goal and things were looking comfortable-ish.
Might I add, at this point in the season Palace were joint 4th In EUROPE for clean sheets joint with Man City + Atletico Madrid on 8, with more than Barcelona and Juventus which was pretty mad. Yet somehow we were 66th/98 (From Europe's "top 5" leagues) for goals scored, Joint with Fulham and Cardiff.
Also at this stage in the Season AWB was statistically the best tackler in Europe. I know a lot of you will say that means nothing, but for his first full season at the age of 20, is something very impressive. He pocketed Son, Hazard, Rashford, Anderson etc.... He really is turning eyes at this stage.
Fan Mentality - This was split massively, there were some huge upsides to the season so far but some terrible downsides too. Could not have been more split in opinion.
FEBRUARY TL;DR - Great month IMO, Bats scoring his first in red and blue, Wilf was back, we got 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, plus two more clean sheets and sit 5 points above relegation. We had more clean sheets than Barcelona and Juventus but scored as many goals as Cardiff.
MUGGED-RIGHT-OFF MARCH
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Mar 2 Burnley A 1-3 W 13th Zaha, Batshuayi, Bardsley (og) 19,223
Sat Mar 9 Brighton H 1-2 L 14th Milivojevic 24,972
Sat Mar 16 Watford (FA Cup) A 2-1 L K/O Cup Batshuayi 18,104
Sat Mar 30 Huddersfield H 2-0 W 13th Schlupp, PVA 25,193
Starting on the positives, we put in a good performance against a determined Huddersfield and unfortunately happened to be the hammer than sent them down. Fun fact for you, PVA has scored the final goal vs the last 4 teams we've relegated. Also the Burnley game was great and yet again one of our best performances that happened to be vs them..... and Wilf scored yet another fantastic goal. Brilliant day out and only slightly dampened by Burnley scoring a 89th minute consolation to wipe out yet another clean sheet for us :(
Ok positives of this c$£!y month over, onto the Brighton and Watford games we go.
Even I, a huge optimist was livid with the Brighton performance, we looked so weak and uninspired. It made me miss the days of Jedinak. Admittedly Brighton should've had a red card about 8 seconds into the game for an awful challenge on Luka, but none-the-less we didn't deserve to win. The players didn't deserve to get paid that day let alone get a point out of it. The state of Palace social media that day was sickening. I also got started on outside the ground after outside of Tasty Jerk which was nice.... But it's ok, because we've got an FA Cup Q/F coming up right ?
No.
Well we did have one coming up, But I was wrong to look forward to it. To be fair to Watford, they played well and we didn't reach 5th Gear. Batshuayi pounced on a defensive mistake to equalise but alas it was not to be. I wasn't as mad at the players/Roy for this one as we definitely put more effort in. We were just outplayed unfortunately and that's football. Hopefully Watford lose to Wolves in the Semi's and we go on to finish PL strong?
*Fan Mentality - Livid. All around Livid. Worst month this season, even though we won half our games. Our rivals and our semi rivals both doing the double over us hurt. We'll have to come back stronger next year.
MARCH TL;DR - Lost to Brighton again in a shocking performance that angered the fans, Knocked out of FA Cup by Watford which helped drown out any positivity of the 6 points and good teams goals we scored in the other 2 games.
AVERAGE APRIL
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Wed Apr 3 Spurs A 2-0 L 13th N/A 59,215
Sat Apr 6 Newcastle A 0-1 W 12th Milivojevic 51,926
Sun Apr 14 Manchester City H 1-3 L 13th Milivojevic 25,721
Sun Apr 21 Arsenal A 2-3 W 12th Benteke, Zaha, McArthur 59,929
Sat Apr 27 Everton H 0-0 D 12th N/A 25,789
Spurs in their new Stadium were always going to be hard to beat. Just a shame we couldn't get the first goal there, they played well to give them credit. Newcastle away was my favourite away day this year, The noise from the travelling fans was insane and it was a party up there in their 900th floor away end. Was a very close game in the end, either team of had it and on that day it happened to be us. Both teams had great chances and both keepers were on form that day, But a typical Wilf shimmy in the box followed by clinical Luka pen gave us the win. At this point in the season we are third in the '2019 only' table for away goals scored and 4th for the away form for the entire season. Impressive stuff, but less impressive when you consider at home this season we're 19th, only above Huddersfield. Very strange.
Even though we beat the first time round, Beating city again was always going to be an uphill task so no sleep lost over that one for me although we didn't play badly. With the Everton game I was happy with a draw. We managed to defend just about and big dick Vic pulled off some good saves to hold a dominant Everton to a goalless draw, hey, another clean sheet?
Arsenal was fantastic. Admittedly it was the only game this season I didn't watch, either on stream or in person. I was working and it was really busy that day, I had BBC live commentary up and I was over the moon. This season, We 2-2'd them at Selhurst and beat them away! First time in twenty-something years they haven't beaten us in a season! Upon watching the highlights, i saw why we won, We played very well and typical Palace away came out to play.
Fan Attitude - Safe from the drop, on for our highest ever points finish, some performances to be proud of
APRIL TL;DR - Very good games, winning away at Arsenal was fantastic and officially becoming safe from the drop meant we could focus on other things. Fairly even at Newcastle, managed to win and AWB impressing all the right people.
MEGA MAY
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat May 4 Cardiff City A 2-3 W 12th Batshuayi, Zaha, Townsend 32,133
Sun May 12 Bournemouth H 5-3 W 12th Batshuayi x2, Townsend, PVA, Simpson (og) 25,433
Bringing our season to a close with the security of being safe ahead of time was a relief. In fact we were on for our highest ever points finish in PL and due to back to back wins in May, we did it! We also got our most wins in 1 season ever, most clean sheets and highest ever GD!
We finished like this....
Position Team W D L +/- Pts
11 Watford 14 8 16 52/59 (-7) 50
12 Palace 14 7 17 51/53 (-2) 49
13 Newcastle 12 9 17 42/48 (-6) 45
Top scorer was Luka with 12 Goals from Defensive midfield. 10 Pens, 1 FK and 1 from open play. He equalled the record for most penalties in one season (Tied with Gerrard). He was also one of only 3 outfield players in the whole league to play every minute of every league game. And another fun fact for you, If Wilf was his own team in the league this year, he would've been 5th for penalties won. So we finished 1 place lower than we did last year but with more points. We had an insane away record but terrible home form. We saw Bats come and go and now I worry how we will adapt to having that ability on the front line.
To get to the Question I posed at the start,
No I don't think we'll sell Wilf this year, and for two reasons. Firstly, Roy has confidently said he wont go, no smoke without fire. Secondly, with 4 years left on his contract, we hold so much power in negotiations and will simply ask for way too much, More than anyone will spend anyway. Plus I want at least one season of VAR + WILF + LUKA'S PENALTIES. Imagine.
One more stat that I love is we played 50 games this year in all comps. 23 of those games were wins (46%) BUT of those 23 wins, 14 of them were clean sheets (~61%) When including all clean sheets (0-0's as well) we had 18 clean sheets out of 50 games (36%) WHICH IS MADNESS.
Awb wont be leaving either IMO. He'll be a fool to risk leaving now for a top side, as I'm sure Wilf will tell him about united. Better to get more experience and especially because he's so young. Luka will be staying, almost definitely, he seems very attached to the club and is an excellent leader. Sakho is the odd one out here. I feel he will Be leaving and for a club like Nice, Monaco, maybe even PSG at a push. He wants to go to France, that's no secret and he's good enough to be playing CL football so I wont hate on him if he goes.
In regards to being happy with the season, I think we should be. There is 100% room for improvement of course, I am not denying that. But the stats speak for themselves. Points total, Clean sheets, GD etc.... which leads me onto the next point....
Should we keep playing WoyBall? I think also yes. He has areas to work on for sure, but he's done wonders at the club since he came in and this summer we're heavily linked with a few potential replacements for Bats. The board have seen what he can do with a clinical striker and I feel may actually back him. If he stays, it will be 1 more season tops before he retires, Man deserves a sit down !
And about Speroni, We should have 1 statue. Outside the newly Named Speroni stand, the one on Speroni Road In Speroni's-ville

MANOSDEDIOS

You can see why I thought this was a weird season, basically some very contrasting stats that don't make too much sense and very zig-zaggy form. Hopefully next year we can replace some of the negatives with positives.
If you read this whole thing then thanks, and well done! Look forward to seeing you next season. :)
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2019.05.14 14:03 Hey_-_-_Zeus a

(Disclaimer: The following will be biased to some extent, I am a Palace fan after all)
The 18/19 season has been very strange as a Palace fan, quite possibly the strangest I've ever seen in my lifetime. A mix of underwhelming success and some top level statistics having somehow finished in 12th place has left the fan base largely divided on several topics.
Will we Keep Wilf for another year?...And for that matter.... AWB, Luka, Sakho? Should we be happy with the season? Another year of Woyball? How many Speroni statues?
I will attempt to answer these questions in my Review of Palace's 18/19 season. This will be Very long, so read on at your own risk but there will be TL:DR's for each section to sum things up.

PRE-SEASON

Date Opponent H/A Result
Thu Jul 12 Helsingor A 2-2 D
Mon Jul 16 Halmstads A 1-6 W
Sat Jul 21 Oxford United A 1-3 W
Sat Jul 28 Reading A 0-4 W
Sat Aug 4 Toulouse H 4-1 W
Obviously pre-season games are never too accurate to go off. Most teams leave out the best players and give an opportunity to the youngsters to show their worth for the opening day and this year was no different. In the first game in Denmark, Roy Hodgson used 21 players of his 26 man squad with Kirby the only one to play all 90. This was very promising as a lifelong fan; I watch the youth teams and Kirby has always been a fantastic prospect. I was filled with hope for the upcoming season, this was only cemented afterwards by four Successive wins with a aggregate score of 17-3...
PRE SEASON TL;DR - Promising scenes, youth prospects shining. Fan Mentality: Cautiously Optimistic.

SUMMER TRANSFERS

Player Position Team Fee I/O
Vincente Guaita GK Getafe Free In
Cheikhou Kouyaté DM West Ham United ~£9.5M In
Max Meyer CM Schalke 04 Free In
Jordan Ayew CF Swansea City 1 Season Loan In
Yohan Cabaye CM Al-Nasr SC Released Out :(
Diego Cavalieri GK Free agent Released Out
Andre Coker CF Maidstone United Free transfer Out
Damien Delaney CB Cork City Released Out
Lee Chung-yong RW VfL Bochum Released Out
Bakary Sako LW West Brom Released Out
Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong LB Aldershot Town Free transfer Out
Matt Funnell GK Maidstone United Free transfer Out
Jarosław Jach CB Çaykur Rizespor 1 Season Loan Out
Jason Lokilo RW Lorient 1 Season Loan Out
Tyler Brown LB Kingstonian 1 Season Loan Out
James Daly CF Kingstonian 1 Season Loan Out
Ryan Inniss CB Dundee United Loan until 31st Jan 19 Out
Levi Lumeka CM Leyton Orient Loan until 9th Jan 19 Out
SUMMER TRANSFERS TL:DR - Lost Cabaye, Got Max Meyer, Guaita and Kouyaté. Fan mentality: Fairly Optimistic

HOLMESDALE FANATICS BOYCOTT

Before we Start with the actual season, It's worth explaining the Whole deal with the Holmesdale Fanatics as this was very relevant to a lot of the "Palace-politics" this year. The HF are Crystal Palace's ultras. English football doesn't really have an "Ultra culture" but Since the groups founding in 2005 we've been fighting that stereotype. Trying to keep the traditional down and dirty vibes to Selhurst park but looking to Europe for inspiration for how to take organised fan groups to the next level, the HF have been vital in Palace's atmosphere and virility online for many years now. Whether you're a hater or a lover as Palace (along with maybe Middlesbrough's Red faction) are doing our part to change English football norms for the better, taking the best parts of supporter groups such as Ajax, PSG, Napoli, Gladbach etc.... and combining it with that old school British feel. We're nowhere near them yet, don't get me wrong, but we're on our way.
The HF have succeeded in Inspiring a generation of Palace fans to come out in full voice to every game, Men's, Women's, Youth (occasionally) with their *Comical songs, *Constant Out-singing other fans Home or away, *Energy, *Tifo's, *And support and promotion of Good causes
The group are a major part of the club whether you like them or not and this year we saw just how powerful they are.
Discussions begun during the 17/18 season between HF representatives and the club about the decision to move the group from Block B (In the lower corner of the ground) to Block E (Same stand, but more central, behind the goal). Initially, the club agreed this would be fine and upon renewing their season tickets, they would all be able to move as a collective. The club started to tell current Block E season ticket holders they would have to move come summertime and obviously, due to long term regulars (20+ years) being displaced from rather good seating positions, they pushed back on the decision. The club were now in a situation whereby they had already given the green light to arguably, palace's most influential fans, but had simultaneously shot themselves in the foot and wound up a large section of lifetime paying ticket holders. When the promised day arrived, the club withdrew their promise to the HF and blocked the displacement of hundreds of fans. The HF hit back by Boycotting the clubs home games and simply not attending. It wouldn't be until the home game vs Burnley on 1st December that they made a return and turned Selhurst back into the lively soulful ground it once had been. Trust me, as someone who attended roughly nearly 3/4's of the games this season (fucking shift work on Saturdays), there was a considerable difference and they were missed atmosphere-wise, even if their "boycott" wasn't to your taste. Another way to look at it is they got 3 months at home sleeping on each others divorced nigels sofas to cool off.
Something else worth mentioning that I find very interesting is that During this period, the PSG ultras and the HF formed somewhat of a pact. Collectif Ultras Paris Heavily backed the HF's strike as the Ultra Culture is something they strongly believe in and have partaken in Boycott's of their own before. This "friendship" was comically played out as when PSG played United in the CL RO16 1st leg at Old Trafford, On their way through London, the CUP picked up roughly 70 HF and took them along for the journey.
HF TL;DR - Until MD 15, our atmosphere was the worst it's been in over 10 years due to absence of Palace ultras because of an ongoing argument with the club; and this was worth mentioning as it had a considerable effect on performances, fan feelings and the balance of power at the club.
Fan mentality: Dreadfully pessimistic

START OF SEASON

Apathetic August
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Aug 11 Fulham A 0-2 W 4th Zaha, Schlupp 24,821
Mon Aug 20 Liverpool H 0-2 L 10th N/A 25,750
Sun Aug 26 Watford A 2-1 L 10th Zaha 20,014
Tue Aug 28 Swansea City (League Cup) A 0-1 W Second Round Sørloth 9,122
The First month back after summer wasn't exactly what we wanted. Away win to Fulham to kick things off was great, Seeing Zaha score twice in Three games was good too. Losing to Watford fucking tilted me as we toe-to-toed them in every stat and didn't deserve to come away with nothing. Losing to Liverpool isn't something that anything can complain about as they're one of the world's best teams, but god do I wish we had this fixture towards the end of the season rather than at the start. Palace have been a thorn in Liverpool's side for quite a while now and I feel that as our opening home game for this campaign, was probably the best time they could've played us. Despite AWB getting sent off for bringing Salah down as the last man, this month had looked very good for him and people were beginning to talk.
Sørloth scoring in the cup game at Swansea was fantastic, We all wanted him to do well and although he is young most of us wanted to give him some time. Seeing him potentially kicking off his form like that was great and it wasn't for another few months or so that our 9th most expensive signing ever proved to be more of a flop than flubber with erectile dysfunction.
Fan Mentality: Flat, Annoyed but secretively a little happy for Wilf, Sørloth and AWB
AUGUST TL;DR - Mixed start, Zaha and AWB doing bits, 10th in table, smack bang in the middle.
So-So September
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Sep 1 Southampton H 0-2 L 15th N/A 25,495
Sat Sep 15 Huddersfield Town A 0-1 W 12th Zaha 23,696
Sat Sep 22 Newcastle United H 0-0 D 11th N/A 25,679
Tue Sep 25 West Bromwich Albion (League Cup) A 0-3 W Third round Townsend x2, PVA 10,818
Losing to Southampton was one of the worst games of the season, not only at this point, but even looking back now. What an awful performance we put on and the fans were rightly pissed off. Couple that game with the Goalless Draw with Newcastle Where we frustratingly outplayed them in basically every aspect and it became clear what this season's problem was going to be..... That was scoring goals. Defensively we had some fantastic plays in the 8 games played so far and had very few complaints with the back line. The CB partnership of Sakho and Tomkins looked seriously impressive, AWB still getting better every game and PVA having an OK start to season, showing that he can get forward fairly well.
Sometimes it's not exactly clear what a teams problem is when they're playing poorly, as there isn't always an easy way to distinguish cause and effect. This luckily, wasn't the case to some extent. We knew what aspect of our game needed to improve and that being clinical in front of goal. Problem was, what do you put it down too? Is it Ayew not being able to keep up? Is it Roy playing wrong formations and having Zaha in the middle more often than on the wing, not utilising his strongest aspect? Was it just form, a combination of all three plus more or just divine intervention?!?! Who knew. Arguments began to develop, Fans started to split.
Fan Mentality: "Don't do a Palace again please Palace"
SEPTEMBER TL:DR - Very poor performances vs Newcastle and Southampton made it abundantly clear that our problem this season was scoring goals as defensively we were very solid. Zaha also scored an absolute banger of a solo goal vs Huddersfield.
On-your-fucking-bike October
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Mon Oct 1 AFC Bournemouth A 2-1 L 13th PVA 10,199
Sat Oct 6 Wolves H 0-1 L 14th N/A 25,715
Sun Oct 21 Everton A 2-0 L 15th N/A 38,668
Sun Oct 28 Arsenal H 2-2 D 14th Milivojevic x 2 Pens 25,718
Wed Oct 31 Middlesbrough (League Cup) A 1-0 L K/O N/A 11,850
My my my what a shit month. A draw with arsenal wasn't too bad however the usual Zaha "hate-brigade" came out for the 83rd minute equalising penalty he won calling it a dive, When IMO Xhaka gets drawn in like a mug and there is clear contact.
Still overall an awful month...A month that saw us have 47 shots and score 3 times (Only once from open play as two penalties) cemented the feelings from last month and the divide that split the fans begun to be more lopsided towards anger and pessimism with less for the "glass half full" wankers to back up My their points. Some very poor performances from Ayew, Sørloth and even Luka started making fans fearful of the drop... Thoughts like..
"It's been 5 years, we should be comfortably a top half PL team by now", "Roy has got to go" - (forgetting how well he had done the previous season after that awful FDB start) and, "Fuck Parish and his Johnny Bravo haircut" begun to fill the usual Twitter, Reddit and Discord feeds.
As an optimistic Wanker myself Some of the optimistic wankers fighting back by stating that Palace have 95% of the time since I've been born ALWAYS had a better second half to the season than first, Expecting something similar was the small glimmer of hope we could hold on to, as the next few months would tell.
Fan Mentality - REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
OCTOBER TL:DR - Awful month, bar the arsenal game. Less clinical than a back alley doctor and still no HF support with the club holding out brought us to our worst point of the season, were we getting relegated?
Nothing November
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sun Nov 4 Chelsea A 3-1 L 14th Townsend 40,407
Sat Nov 10 Spurs H 0-1 L 16th N/A 25,685
Sat Nov 24 Man United A 0-0 D 16th N/A 74,516
An international break came at a good time for us having our last 5 games before it being, Everton, Wolves, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs....Not exactly the easiest run of games. But hey, at least they were over with? And being the club in the entire bottom half at this point of the league to have the least games left to play vs the top 6 meant something right?
Having (imo) outplayed Spurs, albeit losing and drawing 0-0 with United away meant we were on the up. Well in my mind it did. Yeah we put on a less than desirable performance vs Chelsea but we should have lost all three of those games. Instead we drew one, lost one rightfully, and lost one but undeservedly. There was still time, this was something to build on. Hey, at least this win-less streak of 7 games came close enough to January that the board might take notice and sign a fucking striker? Lets be positive guys. We expected 0 points this month and we got 1, chill. We actually went to Old Trafford and had more shots than them, we forced them to defend to their limit, didn't let them break us down and didn't give them an easy day out. We can be proud of that at least. (In case you hadn't realised, I am the optimistic Wanker Palace fan I keep referring to in the 3rd person). The fans wanted more. I understood it and I didn't. For those of you who don't know, less than 10 years ago, Palace were in administration, sitting 22nd in the Championship. Things looked bleak but to go from that to where we were now in only 10 years is something to be proud of. A 10 year turn around of administration to a 6th strait year in the PL (and we still weren't in the relegation zone) is genuinely impressive. Things take time, let us see what January brings.
I was largely out numbered with my views.
Fan mentality - "FUCK THIS! WE SHOULD BEAT CHELSEA 9-0 AND SPURS BY AT LEAST 27 GOALS. United game was alright though"
NOVEMBER TL;DR - 2 losses, 1 draw. But in fairness our month was vs United away, Chelsea away and Spurs at home. Put in a good shift vs Spurs and United and we could build on it. Winter window getting closer, and our problems are obvious, perhaps the board will put 2 and 2 together and give us some kind of nocturnal mammal/DC superhero to wank over. (Spoiler alert)
Dandy Andy Towny's December of decimation
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Dec 1 Burnley H 2-0 W 14th Townsend, McArthur 25,098
Tue Dec 4 Brighton A 3-1 L 15th Milivojevic 29,663
Sat Dec 8 West Ham United A 3-2 L 16th McArthur, Schlupp 56,995
Sat Dec 15 Leicester City H 1-0 W 15th Milivojevic 24,738
Sat Dec 22 Manchester City A 2-3 W 14th Schlupp, Milivojevic, TOWNSEND 54,340
Wed Dec 26 Cardiff City H 0-0 D 14th N/A 25,206
Sun Dec 30 Chelsea H 0-1 L 14th N/A 25,781
Well where do we start....
Here, we start here
Ok, now this month had some excellent shit and some awful awful aspects to it. Lets do it chronologically....1st Dec the dispute between the club and the HF has ended! The club gave into their earlier words and decided (controversially) to displace the current Block-E residents in favour of the HF centralising their noise to create a new "singing section" for the start of the 19/20 season. With the HF back at Selhurst the ground felt like it had a weight lifted from their shoulders. This was one of the games I went too and my god, the atmosphere was insane. Not to mention the performance, we could've easily won that game 6-0 but were held to two by a struggling Burnley back line, If you don't believe me either look at the stats or better yet, watch the highlights. I think that may have been the best game we played all season. Maybe level with the City game this month too but in a different way. We DOMINATED them the entire 90 minutes and I imagine Burnley fans will say it was their worst performance this year (definitely one of). Townsend also scored another banger but due to what was to happen in 3 weeks time from this game, literally nobody even remembered this goal.
Now, the Brighton game..
Coming off of a win like that, we should've put in a better performance than we did. I hold my hands up, we were shit and outplayed by them. Tomkins made that stupid mistake and Wilf lost his head (For those of you who don't know, Wilf loses his head more often than the average player, and when he's mad, he forgets how to play football a lot of the time). I hated this game and every aspect of it. Off the pitch the Palace fans were attacked by the Brighton lot outside the ground and the police did their typical Guantanamo prison guard routine not allowing many Palace fans (with tickets) into stadium for no given reason other than to split us up.
West ham was a weird game. Both teams played pretty well I thought and hey, if we're going to lose, lets lose by scoring some goals instead of doing absolutely nothing. There was some controversial decisions but Palace v West Ham has always been a bit heated as we're more often than not next to each other come MD 38.
City away. OH MY FUCKING GOD. I'll tell you one thing, If you play with feathers, you'll get your arsed tickled. City took us for granted and credit to Roy for that game, It was a tactical beast from us. Our press was insane, If we played a press like that every game, we'd finish the season on like 4 points, but Nobody was expecting us to do what we did. I have argued this a million times and I'll argue it a million more....We definitely deserved to win that game, It was not luck. I mean, Yes the wonder goal helped but every team gets wonder goals every now and then. We defended tightly, Broke so effectively, won the ball back and put on the pressure quickly and completely took their midfield out of the game. Most importantly we were back to being clinical again, and that goal, fuck me, silky as a spiders arsehole.
Cardiff was a very frustrating game. VERY frustrating. We had 59% of the ball and 17 shots only for a 0-0 at home. Typical fucking Palace to be the most famous club in the world for a couple days beating City at the Etihad only to draw to Cardiff at home. Pisstake. But hey, another clean sheet and another point. Gimme.
Chelsea was once again thoroughly underwhelming. They paid us back for last season and really screwed us both games we played. Not much to say on this except maybe we needed grounding as we were still flying from the City win (Probably the best win Palace have ever had). Hands up here, they completely battered us.
Overall December was up and down. We lost to our rivals but beat City at the Etihad and came away with 2 goal of the month contenders and a goal of the season contender (Later to be voted by the public as the winner this Saturday). 10 points from 18 wasn't bad. You'd assume Liverpool and City to get 18/18 and Huddersfield to get 2/18 so we were kind of where we should've been, just a little above the average. Yeah we lost against Brighton but points wise, it levelled out having stunned City. We were ok, Transfer windows about to open and things are on the up.
Fan Mentality - "I'm mad about Brighton and Cardiff, but over the moon with Burnley and City......hmmmmmmm"
DECEMBER TL;DR - Lost to rivals in shit game. Beat City away with one of best goals I've ever seen. Looked like barce-fucking-lona vs Burnley but got held to 0-0 by Cardiff. Strange month. Oh yeah, and the HF came back after club caved and agreed to demands, this is what I meant earlier by fan power.
Jubilee January
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Wed Jan 2 Wolves A 0-2 W 14th McArthur, Ayew! 30,666
Sat Jan 5 Grimsby Town (FA Cup) H 1-0 W 3rd round FA Cup Ayew 19,967
Sat Jan 12 Watford H 1-2 L 14th Cathcart Own Goal 25,010
Sat Jan 19 Liverpool A 4-3 L 14th Townsend, Tomkins, Meyer 53,171
Sun Jan 27 Spurs (FA Cup) H 2-0 W 4th Round FA Cup Wickham, Townsend 19,491
Wed Jan 30 Southampton A 1-1 D 15th Zaha 28,339
January was again a weird month. We kicked off our Cup campaign with 2 clean sheets adding to our already impressive total. Grimsby were a good side and all credit too them, they brought a lot of away fans, I had a lot of respect for them that day. They were in full voice and It made me nostalgic of the lower leagues and how their fans get ignored on the whole because they're not top tier. Knocking out Spurs was just brilliant, A Spurs fan would defend themselves by saying "We played a weak squad"....but so did we lol....well weaker than we could've gone anyway. England's World cup hero Trippier missed a penalty to level the scores shortly before we doubled our lead. I started to believe (Foolishly) that another cup run was on our hands.
League-wise it wasn't bad I guess. We beat Wolves away to get revenge for earlier in the season in a good old fashioned championship style game. Lost to Watford again, which nearly made me have an aneurysm as I don't like the yellow midlanders but events later on in the month (ward-prowse) made the hornet's sting less Painful. The Liverpool game was insane and I actually did a write up prediction of it the day before, predicting line ups, [palace to score three and Milner to be sent off]. I was laughed at. In fairness I was laughed at understandably, Palace going to Anfield and almost beating them, don't be silly! But we really put them through their paces. This is another reason why I said earlier I wish we still had a game to play against them later on in the season. We're always better 2nd half so would've made for an interesting title race game, 2014 style.
Now Southampton. It was a dirty game. A dirty dirty game from both sides and probably very entertaining from a neutral perspective. Ref was also shocking for both clubs. For those who don't remember, highlights are here. Now, I'm not justifying Zaha's actions 100%, But what those highlights don't show is the hacking he endured that game. This isn't me being biased. He was treated very roughly almost as if the intent was to hurt him in that game. Southampton were smart about it, they knew what I said earlier is true (About Wilf losing his head) and they played that game. JWP fouls him, pretends to throw a ball in his face, Spits on floor in front of him and raises a hand to tap him on the cheek. Worst of all he Celebrated by punching the air when the red card is shown, I think he's a disrespectful little fucker, but Wilf could've handled that situation a lot better. Proper made a fool of himself by doing what he did, but I guess it was a heat of the moment thing, I understand he later apologised to the referee. Regardless of that, after nearly breaking Townsend's leg in half the ball falls to Wilf who scores. JWP hits back by being excellently positioned for the equaliser. In all honesty, a draw was probably the right result. We both played well and dirty, we both Deserved the goals we got and we both deserved reds imo. Looking forward to this game next year, will be lively.
JANUARY TL;DR - Up and Down, Fantastic performance at Liverpool that got the whole league looking. Beat the mighty Wolves away and knocked Spurs out of the Cup! Very frustrating games vs Southampton and Watford, but next season we shall see what happens.

WINTER TRANSFERS

Player Position Team Fee I/O
Bakary Sako LW West Brom Free In
Jacob Mensah CB Ramsgate Free In
Lucas Perri GK São Paulo Half Season Loan In
Michy Batshuayi CF Chelsea Half season Loan (£1M fee) In
Jonny Williams CAM Charlton Undisclosed Out
Jordon Mutch RM Gyeongnam Released Out
Sullay Kaikai LW NAC Breda Undisclosed Out
Jason Puncheon CAM Huddersfield Half Season Loan Out
Alexander Sørloth ST Gent Half Season Loan Out
Nya Kirby CAM Blackpool Half Season Loan Out
Joseph Hungbo MF Margate Half Season Loan Out
Oliver Webber GK Greenwich Borough Half Season Loan Out
Dion-Curtis Henry GK Maidstone United Half Season Loan Out
Jarosław Jach CB Sheriff Tiraspol 31st Dec 19 Out
Well Sako's foray to the midlands went well, having been released in January, we signed him again. Sako had 4 apps in an underwhelming stint with the Baggies. Nya Kirby is off to get some well deserved first team game time with Blackpool only to eventually get in the fans good books who I understand wanted to see more of him....Then there's Batman. Wow. I mean he's probably the biggest big name player we've ever managed to sign. Well maybe with the exception of Cabaye. His arrival split opinion once again amongst Palace fans. Well not 50/50 but not everybody was happy to see him come in. There was a lot of pessimism around him, quoting his Valencia form as the main reason. Let me put it this way....I know it's not just him of course, but before Bats came in, our average points per game were 0.88; After he came in, Our average points per game were 1.66. They almost doubled, and it was fairly clear to see why. He and Wilf linked up excellently, and he was the clinician we needed. Almost scoring the most insane goal with basically his first touch of the ball in a Palace shirt. He was officially signed at around 1:30AM GMT on Feb 1st after the extension was granted for the Paperwork. A very late signing and one that proved to be season changing. Arguably our best signing since we got Ian Wright from Dulwich Hamlets for a set of Dumbbells (I'm not joking).
WINTER TRANSFERS TL;DR - Sako back (which sparked some controversy over his wage bill), Sørloth gone out on loan in a ploy to make him seem better than he is by lowering the level of the league he plays in, only to attempt to sell him this summer and make back some of the £9M we spent on him I think. KaiKai has gone for good, which is a shame, I think he'll be a fantastic prospect in the next few years, keep your eye out.... Oh.... and this happened.
Fan Mentality - GTFI
Fantastic February
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Feb 2 Fulham H 2-0 W 14th Schlupp, Milivojevic 25,355
Sat Feb 9 West Ham H 1-1 D 13th Zaha 25,552
Sun Feb 17 Doncaster Rovers (FA Cup) A 0-2 W 5th Round FA Cup Schlupp, Meyer 14,010
Sat Feb 23 Leicester City A 1-4 W 13th Zaha x2, Batshuayi, Milivojevic 31,778
Wed Feb 27 Manchester United H 3-1 L 14th Ward 25,754
February was a great month all around for us. Before the United game we were 6 undefeated and we didn't expect to win that anyway! They were newly OLE'd and on a mad hype at the time, winning like a million-bajillion games in a row. We made our Leicester H2H for last two seasons an aggregate score on 13-1 in 4 games and we continued our "yet-to-concede-in-the-Cup run". We did the double over Fulham with two 2-0 wins and didn't let West Ham do the double over us thank god. A fantastic showing in Doncaster from our travelling fans made me proud as we made a lot of noise for the full 90 minutes. DING DING DING. We saw Bats get off the mark with a good goal and things were looking comfortable-ish.
Might I add, at this point in the season Palace were joint 4th In EUROPE for clean sheets joint with Man City + Atletico Madrid on 8, with more than Barcelona and Juventus which was pretty mad. Yet somehow we were 66th/98 (From Europe's "top 5" leagues) for goals scored, Joint with Fulham and Cardiff.
Also at this stage in the Season AWB was statistically the best tackler in Europe. I know a lot of you will say that means nothing, but for his first full season at the age of 20, is something very impressive. He pocketed Son, Hazard, Rashford, Anderson etc.... He really is turning eyes at this stage.
Fan Mentality - This was split massively, there were some huge upsides to the season so far but some terrible downsides too. Could not have been more split in opinion.
FEBRUARY TL;DR - Great month IMO, Bats scoring his first in red and blue, Wilf was back, we got 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, plus two more clean sheets and sit 5 points above relegation. We had more clean sheets than Barcelona and Juventus but scored as many goals as Cardiff.
MUGGED-RIGHT-OFF MARCH
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat Mar 2 Burnley A 1-3 W 13th Zaha, Batshuayi, Bardsley (og) 19,223
Sat Mar 9 Brighton H 1-2 L 14th Milivojevic 24,972
Sat Mar 16 Watford (FA Cup) A 2-1 L K/O Cup Batshuayi 18,104
Sat Mar 30 Huddersfield H 2-0 W 13th Schlupp, PVA 25,193
Starting on the positives, we put in a good performance against a determined Huddersfield and unfortunately happened to be the hammer than sent them down. Fun fact for you, PVA has scored the final goal vs the last 4 teams we've relegated. Also the Burnley game was great and yet again one of our best performances that happened to be vs them..... and Wilf scored yet another fantastic goal. Brilliant day out and only slightly dampened by Burnley scoring a 89th minute consolation to wipe out yet another clean sheet for us :(
Ok positives of this c$£!y month over, onto the Brighton and Watford games we go.
Even I, a huge optimist was livid with the Brighton performance, we looked so weak and uninspired. It made me miss the days of Jedinak. Admittedly Brighton should've had a red card about 8 seconds into the game for an awful challenge on Luka, but none-the-less we didn't deserve to win. The players didn't deserve to get paid that day let alone get a point out of it. The state of Palace social media that day was sickening. I also got started on outside the ground after outside of Tasty Jerk which was nice.... But it's ok, because we've got an FA Cup Q/F coming up right ?
No.
Well we did have one coming up, But I was wrong to look forward to it. To be fair to Watford, they played well and we didn't reach 5th Gear. Batshuayi pounced on a defensive mistake to equalise but alas it was not to be. I wasn't as mad at the players/Roy for this one as we definitely put more effort in. We were just outplayed unfortunately and that's football. Hopefully Watford lose to Wolves in the Semi's and we go on to finish PL strong?
*Fan Mentality - Livid. All around Livid. Worst month this season, even though we won half our games. Our rivals and our semi rivals both doing the double over us hurt. We'll have to come back stronger next year.
MARCH TL;DR - Lost to Brighton again in a shocking performance that angered the fans, Knocked out of FA Cup by Watford which helped drown out any positivity of the 6 points and good teams goals we scored in the other 2 games.
AVERAGE APRIL
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Wed Apr 3 Spurs A 2-0 L 13th N/A 59,215
Sat Apr 6 Newcastle A 0-1 W 12th Milivojevic 51,926
Sun Apr 14 Manchester City H 1-3 L 13th Milivojevic 25,721
Sun Apr 21 Arsenal A 2-3 W 12th Benteke, Zaha, McArthur 59,929
Sat Apr 27 Everton H 0-0 D 12th N/A 25,789
Spurs in their new Stadium were always going to be hard to beat. Just a shame we couldn't get the first goal there, they played well to give them credit. Newcastle away was my favourite away day this year, The noise from the travelling fans was insane and it was a party up there in their 900th floor away end. Was a very close game in the end, either team of had it and on that day it happened to be us. Both teams had great chances and both keepers were on form that day, But a typical Wilf shimmy in the box followed by clinical Luka pen gave us the win. At this point in the season we are third in the '2019 only' table for away goals scored and 4th for the away form for the entire season. Impressive stuff, but less impressive when you consider at home this season we're 19th, only above Huddersfield. Very strange.
Even though we beat the first time round, Beating city again was always going to be an uphill task so no sleep lost over that one for me although we didn't play badly. With the Everton game I was happy with a draw. We managed to defend just about and big dick Vic pulled off some good saves to hold a dominant Everton to a goalless draw, hey, another clean sheet?
Arsenal was fantastic. Admittedly it was the only game this season I didn't watch, either on stream or in person. I was working and it was really busy that day, I had BBC live commentary up and I was over the moon. This season, We 2-2'd them at Selhurst and beat them away! First time in twenty-something years they haven't beaten us in a season! Upon watching the highlights, i saw why we won, We played very well and typical Palace away came out to play.
Fan Attitude - Safe from the drop, on for our highest ever points finish, some performances to be proud of
APRIL TL;DR - Very good games, winning away at Arsenal was fantastic and officially becoming safe from the drop meant we could focus on other things. Fairly even at Newcastle, managed to win and AWB impressing all the right people.
MEGA MAY
Date Team H/A Result Table Position Palace Goals Attendance
Sat May 4 Cardiff City A 2-3 W 12th Batshuayi, Zaha, Townsend 32,133
Sun May 12 Bournemouth H 5-3 W 12th Batshuayi x2, Townsend, PVA, Simpson (og) 25,433
Bringing our season to a close with the security of being safe ahead of time was a relief. In fact we were on for our highest ever points finish in PL and due to back to back wins in May, we did it! We also got our most wins in 1 season ever, most clean sheets and highest ever GD!
We finished like this....
Position Team W D L +/- Pts
11 Watford 14 8 16 52/59 (-7) 50
12 Palace 14 7 17 51/53 (-2) 49
13 Newcastle 12 9 17 42/48 (-6) 45
Top scorer was Luka with 12 Goals from Defensive midfield. 10 Pens, 1 FK and 1 from open play. He equalled the record for most penalties in one season (Tied with Gerrard). He was also one of only 3 outfield players in the whole league to play every minute of every league game. And another fun fact for you, If Wilf was his own team in the league this year, he would've been 5th for penalties won. So we finished 1 place lower than we did last year but with more points. We had an insane away record but terrible home form. We saw Bats come and go and now I worry how we will adapt to having that ability on the front line.
To get to the Question I posed at the start,
No I don't think we'll sell Wilf this year, and for two reasons. Firstly, Roy has confidently said he wont go, no smoke without fire. Secondly, with 4 years left on his contract, we hold so much power in negotiations and will simply ask for way too much, More than anyone will spend anyway. Plus I want at least one season of VAR + WILF + LUKA'S PENALTIES. Imagine.
One more stat that I love is we played 50 games this year in all comps. 23 of those games were wins (46%) BUT of those 23 wins, 14 of them were clean sheets (~61%) When including all clean sheets (0-0's as well) we had 18 clean sheets out of 50 games (36%) WHICH IS MADNESS.
Awb wont be leaving either IMO. He'll be a fool to risk leaving now for a top side, as I'm sure Wilf will tell him about united. Better to get more experience and especially because he's so young. Luka will be staying, almost definitely, he seems very attached to the club and is an excellent leader. Sakho is the odd one out here. I feel he will Be leaving and for a club like Nice, Monaco, maybe even PSG at a push. He wants to go to France, that's no secret and he's good enough to be playing CL football so I wont hate on him if he goes.
In regards to being happy with the season, I think we should be. There is 100% room for improvement of course, I am not denying that. But the stats speak for themselves. Points total, Clean sheets, GD etc.... which leads me onto the next point....
Should we keep playing WoyBall? I think also yes. He has areas to work on for sure, but he's done wonders at the club since he came in and this summer we're heavily linked with a few potential replacements for Bats. The board have seen what he can do with a clinical striker and I feel may actually back him. If he stays, it will be 1 more season tops before he retires, Man deserves a sit down !
And about Speroni, We should have 1 statue. Outside the newly Named Speroni stand, the one on Speroni Road In Speroni's-ville

MANOSDEDIOS

You can see why I thought this was a weird season, basically some very contrasting stats that don't make too much sense and very zig-zaggy form. Hopefully next year we can replace some of the negatives with positives.
If you read this whole thing then thanks, and well done! Look forward to seeing you next season. :)
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2019.02.21 11:58 DrNSQTR Dune (2020) - Everything We Know So Far [Regularly Updated]

Dune (2020) - Everything We Know So Far [Regularly Updated]

PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING MOVIE RELATED CONTENT OR QUESTIONS

Hey folks, seeing as how there are so many posts regarding the movie regularly hitting the front page of this subreddit - often with the same questions and answers being repeated in the comments - I decided to put together something a little more comprehensive. For those you of who have yet to read/finish the book, I've kept this post spoiler free but I can't promise the same for the comments below.

What's the timeline?

What we know so far about some key milestones:

Release Date: 12/18/2020*

Filming Wrapped for Budapest, Hungary (and presumably the entire film): July 20th 2019

Filming Wrapped for Jordan Desert Location: April 26th 2019

Principal Photography Started: March 18th 2019

Script Finalized: August/September 2018

Pre-Production Began: July 2018

*As far as we know this release date has not been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Official Logo Poster

https://preview.redd.it/ub6wyspim7z41.jpg?width=4000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4b28632598d6404714c81d633fbf36ea1b06cc9e

Official Synopsis

From the March 18th 2019 press release:
A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence—a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential—only those who can conquer their fear will survive.

Official Stills Released So Far

A collected album of all official stills and images released to date.

Major Interviews and Articles

Vanity Fair First Look - Introduction to Dune and Paul Atreides
Vanity Fair Exclusive Look - Shooting in the Desert & Changes to the Source Material
Empire Magazine Online Exclusive - Paul as Godfather's Michael Corleone
Empire Magazine Print Magazine Spread - Sandworm Design & Shooting in the Desert

Who's involved?

Here are the people who have been confirmed:

Cast

Role Name Previous Work
Paul Atreides Timothée Chalamet Ladybird, Call Me By Your Name
Lady Jessica Rebecca Ferguson Mission Impossible, The Greatest Showman
Duke Leto Atreides Oscar Isaac Ex Machina, Star Wars
Gurney Halleck Josh Brolin No Country for Old Men, The Avengers
Duncan Idaho Jason Mamoa Game of Thrones, Aquaman
Thufir Hawat Stephen Henderson Fences, Ladybird, Lincoln
Reverend Mother Mohiam Charlotte Rampling1 Broadchurch, The Verdict
Baron Harkonnen Stellan Skarsgård Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Good Will Hunting
Liet Kynes Sharon Duncan-Brewster Rogue One, Sex Education, Eastenders
Piter De Vries David Dastmalchian Prisoners, Ant-man
Count Glossu Rabban Dave Bautista Guardians of the Galaxy, Blade Runner 2049
Dr. Wellington Yueh Chang Chen Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Assassin
Stilgar Javier Bardem2 No Country for Old Men, Skyfall
Chani Zendaya Spiderman, The Greatest Showman
Jamis Babs Olusanmokun Black Mirror, The Night Of, The Defenders
Harah Gloria Obiano High Life, Good Omens
Notable Uncasted Roles3: Princess Irulan, Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, Shadout Mapes, Emperor Shaddam IV, Count Hasimir Fenring, Lady Margot Fenring, Esmar Tuek.

Crew

Role Name Previous Work
Director Denis Villeneuve Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, Sicario
Writer Eric Roth Forrest Gump, Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Writer Jon Spaihts4 Doctor Strange, Prometheus, Passengers
Writer Denis Villeneuve Incendies
Composer Hans Zimmer5 Gladiator, Inception, Dunkirk, Interstellar
Director of Photography Greig Fraser6 Rogue One, Zero Dark Thirty, Lion
Editor Joe Walker Bladerunner 2049, Arrival, 12 Years a Slave
Production Designer Patrice Vermette Prisoners, Arrival, Sicario
Art Director Tom Brown Tomb Raider, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Saving Private Ryan
Costume Designer Jacqueline West The Revenant, Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Costume Designer Bob Morgan Inception, Man of Steel, Chronicles of Riddick
Special Effect Supervisor Gerd Nefzer Inglorious Basterds, Blade Runner 2049
Visual Effects Supervisor Paul Lambert Blade Runner 2049, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Stunt Coordinator Tom Struthers The Dark Knight, Inception, Saving Private Ryan

Other Notable Contributors

Role Name Previous Work
Language Consultant David J. Peterson7 Game of Thrones, Doctor Strange, Thor: Dark World
Creature Designer Carlos Huante8 Bladerunner 2049, Arrival, Prometheus
Concept Artist George Hull9 Bladerunner 2049, Jupiter Ascending, Cloud Atlas

Footnotes

1 Charlotte was once quoted as saying the one book she'd bring to a desert island was Dune, but turned down an earlier opportunity to star in an adaptation when Jodorowsky asked her to be Lady Jessica.
2 Bardem is a fan:
I read the first three books, and, of course, I saw David Lynch's film. I'm going to be turning 50 on March 1st, so I saw David Lynch's film, which I loved. I remember the day I saw it in 1984, I think, and it was weird! And I loved it! It was big and weird, and those sandworms!
3 Several roles in this list might have very brief screentimes or be omitted entirely from the first film due to the characters not being significant to the plot until much later in the book. For this reason, I chose not to include Alia. That, and the fact that there aren't many actors worth noting <5 years old.
4 Jon Spaihts is likely who was brought in when Eric Roth realized he couldn't shorten his 200-page script.
5 Hans Zimmer is also a huge Dune fan and was an obvious choice because of his prior working relationship with Denis from Blade Runner 2049 and the fact that he's worked on Legendary Pictures before with Christopher Nolan. He's definitely got a 'big-budget' sound that makes sense here.
6 Unfortunately Roger Deakins is not partnering up with Denis again for this one. Considering that the two of them are 3 for 3 with getting Oscar nominations every time they work together, this makes me sad. Greig has big shoes to fill, but I'm optimistic.
7 Seasoned Conlanger who created the Valyrian and Dothraki languages for Game of Thrones. He's confirmed that he's working on "more than one thing" so we're presumably talking about Chakobsa (the Fremen language) and something else.
8 Concept artist specializing in creature designs. Known for creating the design for the aliens in Denis' prior work, Arrival. He's explained that his work for Dune has been pretty minimal. I'm thinking Guild Navigators.
9 Concept artist specializing in vehicle designs. Ornithopters and spice harvesters, anyone? He's also a fan.

Where is it being shot?

Confirmed filming locations:

1. Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is considered the primary shooting location for the film. Denis will once again be working with Origo Film Studios who provided many of the stages and facilities used in the shooting of Blade Runner 2049. Budapest will likely be the shooting location for the majority of indoor scenes ranging from the Atreides stronghold on Caladan to Fremen sietches and Harkonnen interiors.

2. Wadi Rum, Jordan

Jordan is a very popular filming location for movies set in the desert. Hurt Locker, The Martian, Zero Dark Thirty, Aladdin, and Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade were all shot in Jordan. As is the upcoming Star Wars movie. Odds are good that the majority of external scenes set in the Arrakeen desert will be shot in the numerous deserts of Jordan. Update: Numerous social media posts have indicated that many scenes are being shot at Wadi Rum desert.

3. Arabian Desert, United Arab Emirates

It's been confirmed that some of the shooting was done in the remote desert regions outside of Abu Dhabi. Due to the distinct natural conditions of Jordan and the UAE, it's likely two different desert filming locations were needed to cover a wider range of geographical formations for shooting.

4. Stadlandet, Norway

Thanks to some detective work, we've been able to determine that at least some of the exterior shots of Caladan were shot in Norway, specifically along the Stad peninsula.

Things Worth Noting

Some information to keep in mind over the next 600+ days:

1. Denis loves Dune.

I'll let this quote from an interview back in early 2017 speak for itself:
Since I was 12 years old there was a book I read, which is ‘Dune,’ which is my favorite book, with ‘1984.’ After ‘Prisoners,’ the producer of Alcon asked me what I would like to do next. I said, ‘Dune,’ spontaneously, that if anyone could get me the rights for ‘Dune’ — and I knew it was very difficult to get those rights. For me it was just a dream, and I guess I’m lucky that Mary Parent from Legendary got the rights and offered it to me. I can’t say no to that. I have images that I am haunted by for 35 years. I will not say no to that. That’s going to be the project of my life.
When asked about the idea of creating an alien-planet space adventure in a world where Star Wars already exists:
Most of the main ideas of Star Wars are coming from Dune so it’s going to be a challenge to [tackle] this. The ambition is to do the Star Wars movie I never saw. In a way, it’s Star Wars for adults. We’ll see.
When asked about his adaptation's relationship with the 1984 David Lynch adaptation:
David Lynch did an adaptation in the '80s that has some very strong qualities. I mean, David Lynch is one of the best filmmakers alive, I have massive respect for him. But when I saw his adaptation, I was impressed, but it was not what I had dreamed of, so I'm trying to make the adaptation of my dreams...It will not have any link with the David Lynch movie. I'm going back to the book, and going to the images that came out when I read it.

2. It's a two-parter.

The first movie is only going to cover part of the first novel. There's been no specific information released as to where the cut-off point is going to be, but many fans have speculated that the 2-year time skip that occurs between the 2nd and 3rd 'books' in the novel would work well as a natural stopping point. Others point to Paul and Jessica's first introduction to the fremen tribe as a likely stopping point. Given that Chani, Jamis and Harah have all been cast, all evidence now points towards the two-year time skip being the endpoint for the first movie. This is further reinforced by this quote from Legendary CEO Joshua Grode:
Also, when you read the book there's a logical place to stop the movie before the book is over.
Unfortunately, the two movies are not being filmed together. Likely as a result of witnessing Bladerunner 2049's lackluster box office performance, the studio has decided that it'd be too risky and expensive to go in on two movies at once. Therefore, a second movie is not guaranteed. Although, with the cast list so full of A-list actors in high demand, I'm sure it's already occurred to someone at Legendary how much of a headache it'd be to get everyone together again for a sequel without having at least a year to sidestep any potential scheduling conflicts.
UPDATE: In this interview, the head of Gale Force Nine (the group re-releasing the 1979 Dune board game in the near future) talks about the second part coming out a year after the first in November 2021. If you're feeling optimistic, you can interpret this as an accidental leak of an internal decision at Legendary to actually commit to the 2nd movie. Otherwise this is in all likelihood just baseless speculation unfortunately stated as fact.

3. First book only...for now.

Even if we set aside whether the sequels are suitable for the big screen, I think it's conspicuous that I can't find a single instance of Denis mentioning any of the books beyond the first one. Sure, an absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, but until we can at least rule out the possibility that he hasn't even read any of the sequels, I'm willing to wager there are only plans to adapt the first book in this film series. Since this whole thing is largely powered by Denis' vision and reputation, it's hard to see it going anywhere else if he's not on board.

4. Brian Herbert is involved...somewhat.

The late author's son is listed as an executive producer on the Dune (2020) IMDb page. If you look through his Facebook page and tweets you'll see that he talks a great deal about his involvement in the "five major areas of products and productions under development in the Dune franchise", ironing out legal contracts, and commenting on drafts of the screenplay. Odds are good that his creative input is only being taken out of courtesy as he is the inheritor of his father's estate. However there is no real way to determine the extent of his influence and involvement on the film.

5. MPAA rating is TBD.

It might seem like an insignificant detail, but I see it as an early indicator...of sorts. Dune is a big gamble, and in the film industry that means the siren song of compromise is bound to be playing in the office of a studio executive somewhere. In a perfect world, Legendary would let Denis do whatever he wants with zero creative interference, but he’s not exactly known for his track record of four-quadrant films so alas, there are a number of factors likely to interfere with that outcome.
The poor box office performance of Dune (1984). Hard sci-fi’s inherent reputation as a ‘niche’ genre. Denis' previous film (and first big-budget feature) Bladerunner 2049 costing Alcon Entertainment $80 million dollars in losses. Bringing on Jon Spaihts to slim down the screenplay. cough Zendaya. cough I could go on. It’s entirely possible we might end up with a watered down version of Dune meant to appeal to the more ‘water-fat’ movie-goers among us.
Now, a PG-13 rating wouldn’t be a conclusive indicator of studio interference, after all aside from a few scenes with the Baron there’s not much explicit content in the book itself. Not to mention Denis’ vision for Dune is at least partially rooted in his memories of reading it in his youth. But an R-rating (which I personally find unlikely) would be a clear vote of confidence from the studio and a sign that they are letting him do his thing.

A note from me to you: Congrats! You made it to the end and now you know all there is to know. I'll be keeping this post updated as new information comes to light. Please shoot me a private message if you think there's anything currently missing from here or if you spot any inaccuracies. If something crops up in the future and it's not reflected here in a reasonable time (I'll let you be the judge of that), please also feel free to let me know.
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2017.07.02 19:25 wanmoar Nasdaq 100 - Component History By Date & Industry

Since inception in 1995.
Effective From Date Effective Thru Date Company Name Industry
1995/01/01 1995/11/05 Pioneer Hi-Bred Internationl Agricultural Production - Crops
1995/01/01 2000/12/17 Steel Excel Inc Oil and Gas Extraction
1995/01/01 1997/10/14 Tyson Foods Inc -CL A Food and Kindred Products
1995/01/01 1995/12/17 Molson Coors Brewing Co Food and Kindred Products
1995/01/01 1999/05/24 Mccormick & Co Inc Food and Kindred Products
1995/01/01 2010/12/19 Cintas Corp Apparel, Finished Prdcts from Fabrics & Similar Materials
1995/01/01 1996/12/22 Miller (HERMAN) Inc Furniture and Fixtures
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2012/12/28 Analog Devices Electronic, Elctrcl Eqpmnt & Cmpnts, Excpt Computer Eqpmnt
2012/12/28 2013/03/19 Starz Communications
2012/12/28 Liberty Global Plc Global Gp Communications
2012/12/28 Discovery Communications Inc Communications
2012/12/28 Verisk Analytics Inc Insurance Agents, Brokers and Service
2012/12/28 2015/03/22 Equinix Inc Holding and Other Investment Offices
2012/12/28 2017/03/20 Sba Communications Corp Holding and Other Investment Offices
2012/12/28 2015/07/28 Catamaran Corp Business Services
2013/03/20 2015/07/02 Kraft Foods Group Inc Food and Kindred Products
2013/06/05 2016/04/17 Liberty Media Siriusxm Group Communications
2013/06/06 Netflix Inc Motion Pictures
2013/07/15 Tesla Inc Transportation Equipment
2013/07/30 Charter Communications Inc Communications
2013/08/29 2015/12/20 Keurig Green Mountain Inc Food and Kindred Products
2013/10/30 2015/12/20 Veon Ltd Communications
2013/11/20 Marriott Intl Inc Hotels, Rooming Houses, Camps, and Other Lodging Places
2013/12/30 2017/02/07 Nxp Semiconductors Nv Electronic, Elctrcl Eqpmnt & Cmpnts, Excpt Computer Eqpmnt
2013/12/30 Illumina Inc MesAnlyz/Cntrl Instrmnts; Photo/Med/Opt Gds; Watchs/Clocks
2013/12/30 Dish Network Corp Communications
2013/12/30 Tractor Supply Co Building Matrials, Hrdwr, Garden Supply & Mobile Home Dealrs
2013/12/30 2017/04/26 Tripadvisor Inc Business Services
2014/04/03 Alphabet Inc Business Services
2014/07/30 2016/04/17 Liberty Media Siriusxm Group Communications
2014/08/07 Discovery Communications Inc Communications
2014/10/15 Liberty Ventures Miscellaneous Retail
2014/12/22 Lam Research Corp Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Computer Equipment
2014/12/22 American Airlines Group Inc Transportation by Air
2014/12/22 Liberty Global Plc Global Gp Communications
2014/12/22 2015/12/11 Comcast Corp Communications
2014/12/22 Twenty-First Century Fox Inc Communications
2014/12/22 Electronic Arts Inc Business Services
2015/03/23 Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc Miscellaneous Retail
2015/07/02 2015/12/20 Liberty Global Plc Lilac Grp Communications
2015/07/03 Kraft Heinz Co Food and Kindred Products
2015/07/28 Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc Chemicals and Allied Products
2015/07/29 Jd.Com Inc -ADR Miscellaneous Retail
2015/08/05 Skyworks Solutions Inc Electronic, Elctrcl Eqpmnt & Cmpnts, Excpt Computer Eqpmnt
2015/10/07 Incyte Corp Chemicals and Allied Products
2015/11/11 Paypal Holdings Inc Business Services
2015/12/21 2016/07/19 Endo International Plc Chemicals and Allied Products
2015/12/21 Maxim Integrated Products Electronic, Elctrcl Eqpmnt & Cmpnts, Excpt Computer Eqpmnt
2015/12/21 Norwegian Cruise Line Hldgs Water Transportation
2015/12/21 Expedia Inc Transportation Services
2015/12/21 Ctrip.Com Intl Ltd Transportation Services
2015/12/21 T-Mobile Us Inc Communications
2015/12/21 Ulta Beauty Inc Miscellaneous Retail
2016/02/26 Csx Corp Railroad Transportation
2016/03/16 Netease Inc Business Services
2016/04/18 2016/06/21 Liberty Media Braves Group Amusement and Recreation Services
2016/04/18 2016/06/21 Liberty Media Cp Media Group Amusement and Recreation Services
2016/06/22 Dentsply Sirona Inc MesAnlyz/Cntrl Instrmnts; Photo/Med/Opt Gds; Watchs/Clocks
2016/07/20 Microchip Technology Inc Electronic, Elctrcl Eqpmnt & Cmpnts, Excpt Computer Eqpmnt
2016/10/19 Shire Plc Chemicals and Allied Products
2016/12/19 Cintas Corp Apparel, Finished Prdcts from Fabrics & Similar Materials
2016/12/19 Kla-Tencor Corp MesAnlyz/Cntrl Instrmnts; Photo/Med/Opt Gds; Watchs/Clocks
2016/12/19 Hologic Inc MesAnlyz/Cntrl Instrmnts; Photo/Med/Opt Gds; Watchs/Clocks
2016/12/19 Hasbro Inc Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries
2016/12/19 Liberty Global Plc Lilac Grp Communications
2017/02/08 Hunt (JB) Transprt Svcs Inc Motor Freight Transportation
2017/03/20 Idexx Labs Inc Chemicals and Allied Products
2017/04/27 Wynn Resorts Ltd Amusement and Recreation Services
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2017.04.10 03:16 KefkaBranford [MegaThread] Literally Everything Related Even Slightly to Any Mr. Robot ARG Ever

I thought that since we've arrived so far and we have the confirmation that all the pieces matter, we should have a Megathread with all the link and the roads explores so far. I'll be updating this post whenever we find any new information. If I am missing anything or made a mistake somewhere, please comment or message me.
Naturally, I'm not taking credits for any of this but the overall edit and small modifications. The original post I've copied and amalgamated together here the following:
Everywhere else, credit was given where due in the paragraphs or in the Credits zone. If I missed anything, just tell me and I'll cite properly who did what.
And now LIVE IT UP BABY

PHASE 1 - LINKS IN SEASON 2 & SOCIAL MEDIA

whoismrrobot.com

  • The Careful Massacre of the Bourgeoisise
  • Endgame
    • A strange simulation involving multiple minigames. There is a way to cheat in each game. (Go outside the maze, click "win" when it appears, click on the word "DOOR", move the objects off the track by clicking-and-dragging.)
  • Kernel Panic Log (command "ch347c0d35")
    • Hexadecimal-encoded message hidden inside that translates to "Init decode sequence... five down, nine across... skip truncation..." An additional hint: "It's not a crossword puzzle". This puzzle was finally solved in October, as listed below.

E-Corp

S02E01 / S02E02

  • Confictura Industries
  • Ransomware
    • When the timer expires, this quote appears: "I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale. - Thomas Jefferson"
  • fuxsocy.py
    • Darlene was shown putting this Python file onto her flash drive. When decoded from Base64 to ASCII, it prints out "MR. ROBOT" followed by "DESTRUCTION INITIATED! Goodbye world..."

S02E03

S02E04

  • IRC
    • Type in "berenstain" to get a response from Elliot.
  • Crossword Puzzle
    • Elliot's mother was seen filling out a crossword puzzle. The original versions of the crossword puzzle, and the previous week's crossword puzzle in the corner of the page have been found. The crossword puzzle does not relate to the "five down, nine across" clue, as previously thought.
  • Ray's Decoder
    • Viewing source of Ray's page reveals a js file. File has a method called _migrate_sequence() with key value pairs. Use the comments to get the order of lines 1...20 and grab the keys left of the colon. Convert these to ascii and get "Henri Frederic Amiel". He was a poet from the 1800s with a famous quote “The man who has no inner life is the slave of his surroundings”. S02E05 is titled eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes.

S02E05

S02E06

  • TV Today BBS
    • Enter "APBPAPB" to view hidden photos on the board.
  • femtopwn
    • Enter "cd bin" then "./EnableAttack femtopwn WLAN0,WLAN1 2" to carry out the femtopwn hack.

S02E07

S02E08

S02E09

  • Real Time Translation
  • E-Corp Employee Login (joseph.green / holidayarmadillo)
    • If you login with the username "joseph.green" and password "holidayarmadillo" then you will receive a message asking you to contact support. After emailing them, they will respond with a brief message and a support number. The support number translates to 它不是一个填字游戏, which is Chinese for "This is not a crossword puzzle."

S02E10

  • p4$$w0rd h4$h ch3ck3r
    *Discovered on Hacking Robot AFTER the episode aired. Used in conjunction with the Exigent Circumstances Form (below).
  • Exigent Circumstances Form
    • When you click the print icon in the top right corner, you are asked for a password. bioid discovered that entering a correct password will take you here, which states "Here's your chance to win one of ten DVD copies of "The Careful Massacre of the Bourgeoisie" signed by the guests of Hacking Robot's 9/7 episode. There are 10 unique password hashes and the first eligible entry for each hash wins!"
    • It seems the Offerpop link now redirects to the exigent circumstances form. I guess they caught on!
    • The password hashes are in the process of being found. Check here.
    • IT'S HAPPENING!!!
    • Solutions:
Hash Number Password Salt Solved?
<01> starbucks708 eps1.2_d3bug.mkv Yes
<02> samsepi0l722 eps1.4_3xpl0its.wmv Yes
<03> sharon805 eps1.6_v1ew-s0urce.flv Yes
<04> shayla729 eps1.5_br4ve-trave1er.asf Yes
<05> edward819 eps1.8_m1rr0r1ng.qt Yes
<06> jpg812 eps1.7_wh1ter0se.m4v Yes
<07> memory715 eps1.3_da3m0ns.mp4 Yes
<08> tyrell902 eps1.9_zer0-day.avi Yes
<09> qwerty624 eps1.0_hellofriend.mov Yes
<10> drill701 eps1.1_ones-and-zer0es.mpeg Yes

S02E11

S02E12

  • Angela's File Explorer
    • All of the shortcuts redirect you to Hak5's USB Rubber Ducky, third party tools, and third party code. Everything relates to the USB Rubber Ducky.
  • Darlene's Hacking Tools
    • None of the exe files open anything, but the remaining files take you to actual open source projects used for hacking.
  • Updated Confictura Industries website
    • Plenty to say about this one later.
  • Red-Wheelbarrow.com Site
    • The source code contains ASCII art of a clock, with hands pointing at 1:50. The center of the clock contains: PBAGVAHRBASBEGURUBHEBSRAYVTUGRAZRAGVFHCBALBH which is ROT-13 for CONTINUEONFORTHEHOUROFENLIGHTENMENTISUPONYOU.

Email Replies

  • Ollie
    • Emailing [email protected] showcases the following message: "I don't know anything and I didn't do anything. You should contact Angela Moss. She's the one you want to talk to. Please leave me alone. Email Angela Moss. You can reach her at [email protected]. This is her deal, not mine. -Ollie Parker"
  • Angela
    • Emailing [email protected] showcases the following message: "I am currently OOO on a special project. I will get back to you as soon as I am able. If this is an emergency, please contact [email protected]."
  • Susan
    • Emailing [email protected] used to showcase the following message: "I will be out of the office from July 7th to July 27th. For any emergencies please contact [email protected]." Now it shows the following message: "Just got back to the office. Who knows what evil lurks in my inbox upon my return? Ha! Just kidding- Without a shadow of a doubt it's likely a bunch of junk mail and virus laden spam. I wonder how many other system errors I'm going to find, my bios clock was set to July 15, 1934 for heavens sakes. With all the system errors IT says I've got to change my password. Their new rules are pretty screwed up, don't you think? To practice I encoded a few sentences, you should see if you can reproduce it...(I'm adding the password for that encrypted RAR at the end, I'm sure you'll figure it out.) If you want to view paradise, simply look around and view it. Anything you want to do, do it; want to change the world... there's nothing to it. 85 25 46 84 10 14 46 84 01 40 27 16 87 10 16 84 35 21 14 06 87 41 47 01 41 25 27 21 16 87 25 20 07 40 34 16 80 30 10 10 46 81 47 00 14 40 21 26 81 40 21 26 84 35 21 14 06 85 26 81 40 24 17 15 05 20 25 36 84 10 14 46 84 01 40 27 16 87 10 16 81 20 16 81 20 16 85 27 16 84 01 40 27 16 87 10 16 81 05 01 40 25 31 16 87 15 01 16 84 00 17 00 31 26 87 15 01 17 01 17 26 80 20 17 15 05 20 25 36 87 10 16 85 27 16 Got it? So here's the password: 87 10 10 06 87 21 17 04 30 16 Sorry for any inconvenience. Have a great day." (This message has a key role in Phase 2.)
    • Emailing [email protected] showcases the following message: "0211 2012 0020 1002 1010 2111 2112 0110 2010 2111 2112 0020 0020 2100 2102 0201 1210 1202 1011 2002 0002 1112 0110 2120 0211 2001 2000 2011 0201 0200 2112 0222" (This message has a key role in Phase 2.)
    • Emailing [email protected] showcases the following message: "SSB0 aGlu ayBJ J20g YmVp bmcg Zm9s bG93 ZWQu IFRh ZyBm dXR1 cmUg bWVz c2Fn ZXMg d2l0 aCBr ZXkg d29y ZCBU V0Z6 WTJo cGJt VnVi V1Z1 YzJO byAg." (This message has a key role in Phase 2.)
  • Colby
    • Emailing [email protected] used to showcase the following message: "You can now order your copy of The Last Honest Man. I don't do this for the money. I have more than enough. Other people paint beautiful works of art on canvas. I love to make deals, but in an honest way. I am the last honest man. Terry Colby." As of now, the account appears deactivated.
  • Lloyd Chong
    • Emailing [email protected] showcases the following message: "Thank you for responding. I can easily follow up with references if need be. I've been working in the cybersecurity space for well over ten years. I'm even open to working in a part-time consultant capacity. Lloyd Chung CISSP [email protected]"
  • Tyrell
  • Legal E-Corp
    • Emailing [email protected] used to showcase the following message: "Thank you for your email. Our legal team will review your communication as soon as possible. There may be a delay in responding due to recent events. Thank you for your patience. Warm Regards E Corp Legal Team" Now it shows the following message: "To whom it may concern, We are doing our best to work through this backlog of emails, please be patient. We also have taken note of the complaints regarding our on hold music, please be advised we have verified that all proper royalties have been paid. Please keep in mind our systems are dated. Note the following key dates our operators are available: May 2 April 3 May 3 July 2 June 3 September 3 All other dates are unavailable. Regards, E Corporation Legal Department NOMON O KIONOS EKHE SON OIKONOMON" (This message also plays a key role in Phase 2.)
  • Joanna
  • Scott Knowles
  • Joseph Green

PHASE 2 - CONFICTURA INDUSTRIES CODE BREAKING

In this post, u/NBogovich details how they solved the text box. Using a Gronsfel Cipher, with Confucius' birthday of 0928551 as the key, "image_bcyufvmducwkydszpwn" decrypts to "blackanddeepdesires" Entering "blackanddeepdesires" into the text box reveals a new message. The button is assumed be a cypher text but has no leads. It's comprised of four words which could relate to the four dials in the next section. It is suspected to give us an order in which the following puzzles need to be solved. Clicking the button from the message reveals a set of dials that makeup a lock. Each dial can be rotated to reveal one of four icons giving us a total of 16 puzzles. Clicking each icon reveals a puzzle. Once a puzzle is solved, it's icon fades to reveal a value.

15/16 Puzzles solved

Silver dial - SOLVED

  • Shield - SOLVED
    • Drag the icons to reorder them to be Key, Apple, Pear, Banana, Pear, Apple, Pear, Banana
    • Solving changes shield icon to "2.7"
    • Credit: diboox
  • Chinese Character - SOLVED
  • S - SOLVED
    • S is for Racksure. Racksure's site lists a few operating systems. The only one that's technically not an OS is GNOME. The creator of gnomes is Paracelsus.
    • Entering Paracelsus changes the S to 1828.
    • Credit u/bartlacosh
  • Jester - SOLVED
    • Scrambled text that needs to be decoded.
    • It's a One Time Pad cipher using the Jefferson quote from the Ransomware site "I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale."
    • The message decodes to "You put in one more commercial, we smash the sacrificial table! We will purchase your farewell with quick memory as currency."
    • Commercials are ads. To put in one more is to add. Sacrificial table = altar. Smash = alter. You get the point. Solution is "ADDADALTERALTARBUYBYECACHECASH"
    • Icon changes to 1828
    • Credits: LearnedThief

Gold dial

  • Doors - SOLVED
    • The Doors - Jim Morrison
    • Jim Morrison - Kernel Panic
    • mostofallPeopletalkabouthowgreatloveisbutthatsbullshitLovehu rtsFeelingsaredisturbingPeoplearetaughtthatpainis
    • 123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
    • Using the numbers: Kla Atu Bara Da Nikt O
    • The Doors icon turns into a "6"
    • Credit: NBogovich
  • FBI - SOLVED
    • 1729 is the value of the S&P 500 on 1/17/2015 according to the Daily News. 1729 also plays an important role in Futurama as can be seen here: http://futurama.wikia.com/wiki/1729_(number).
    • 1729 is also a taxicab number: 1729 = 123 + 13 = 93 + 103.
    • Bender and Flexo both have serial numbers that are the sum of two cubes. In Bender's case, his is 9523 - 9513 = 2716057, or Bender's serial number.
    • Also, Tijuana, Mexico is the location of the plant where Bender was created. And he's a robot.
    • Theolution is "Bender Bending Rodriguez".
    • The FBI icon turns into ".0221".
    • Credit: NBogovich
  • Message - SOLVED
    • Pigpen Cipher transcribes to "PTJPYWLXRNGCJUGQUWUJAYP QCASWVTLWSNYWRPOPQLJWY ATQWUAMGTUPXWVQCNWQASWQ PESVTPYAUWEJPOBGWQUJAEP VTAWRUJAGQQWEAQUUJAJANB NATTUJABWLASNATTGQPLWSN YWRESGOGQPNTLJWWBASPUAP HWKAUJANPL"
    • This is a cryptogram for "A SHADOWY FLIGHT INTO THE DANGEROUS WORLD OF A MAN WHO DOES NOT EXIST A YOUNG LONER ON A CRUSADE TO CHAMPION THE CAUSE OF THE INNOCENT THE HELPLESS THE POWERLESS IN A WORLD OF CRIMINALS WHO OPERATE ABOVE THE LAW"
    • Quote from Knightrider. Answer is KITT.
    • Icon changes to "10 ^ 23"
    • Credit: Kiasdyn
  • Train - SOLVED
    • The clue reports:"Don't get lost in the search for artificial people...Come and take a look at letters written here..."
    • One of the first Google results for "'artificial people' robot" is R.U.R.
    • The page reads "R.U.R. is dark but not without hope", which seems to be in line with "there is always hope".
    • R.U.R. stands for "Rossumovi Univerzální Roboti", which is the answer.
    • The train icon turns into "40857".
    • Credit - NBogovich

Copper dial - SOLVED

  • E-corp - SOLVED
  • Hotmail - SOLVED
    • u/Bknapple emailed [email protected] and received back "0211 2012 0020 1002 1010 2111 2112 0110 2010 2111 2112 0020 0020 2100 2102 0201 1210 1202 1011 2002 0002 1112 0110 2120 0211 2001 2000 2011 0201 0200 2112 0222"
    • We're going to leave the method for solving this one a secret for the time being. It's fairly easy and this would give others a chance to try it for themselves if they would like.
    • The answer is "Optimus Prime" and the icon changes to "root".
    • Credit u/Diboox
  • Yahoo - SOLVED
    • u/Bknapple emailed [email protected] and got back "SSB0 aGlu ayBJ J20g YmVp bmcg Zm9s bG93 ZWQu IFRh ZyBm dXR1 cmUg bWVz c2Fn ZXMg d2l0 aCBr ZXkg d29y ZCBU V0Z6 WTJo cGJt VnVi V1Z1 YzJO byAg".
    • This is base64 for "I think I'm being followed. Tag future messages with key word TWFzY2hpbmVubWVuc2No". Credit: u/diboox
    • "TWFzY2hpbmVubWVuc2No" is ascii for "Maschinenmensch" from the Sci-Fi-fi film Metropolis - Credit: u/diboox
    • Entering "TWFzY2hpbmVubWVuc2No" solves the puzzle and changes the Y to a square.
    • Credit u/Bartlacosh
  • Gavel - SOLVED

Bronze dial

  • Phone - SOLVED
    • Solution is "Lord Nikon"
    • Icon changes to "k"
  • Code
  • E-currency - SOLVED
    • Words convert to numbers using elements on the Periodic Table. H = 1, Ac = 89, K = 19 and so on.
    • PAsS IS COINe converts to 753858
    • Entering 753858 solves the puzzle and reveals the Omega symbol Ω.
    • Credit: u/jcramblit and u/LearnedThief
  • Tools - SOLVED
    • Clues from each line the messages are used on Darlene's files to reveal "THEPLAGUE"
    • This is a nod to the movie Hackers where the bad guy "The Plague" is actually named Eugene Belford which is the answer.
    • Entering "Eugene Belford" changes the icon to "ln"
    • Credit: u/NBogovich and u/beskone

Summarizing Tables

Symbols
Silver Rotor A Gold Rotor B Copper Rotor C Bronze Rotor D
2.7 6 - k
1828(1828-guess by arctic-1*) 40857 1 ln
1828 1023 square Ω (\u03a9)
4590 .0221 root UNSOLVED!(Hex)
Solutions
Silver Rotor A Gold Rotor B Copper Rotor C Bronze Rotor D
KAPBPAPBK Klaatu Barada Nikto TOM SERVO Lord Nikon
aaaabbcc see Mega Rossumovi Univerzální Roboti KILROY Eugene Belford
Paracelsus KITT TWFzY2hpbmVubWVuc2No ascii=Maschinenmensch 753858
meatball and roasted pepper Bender Bending Rodriguez Optimus Prime UNSOLVED!(Hex)

(BONUS) PHASE 0 - SEASON 2 TRAILER ARG

AKA Season 1 ARG.

CONFIRMED PATH

  • Phone number at 0:41 in the trailer
    212-804-6003
  • Calling the number plays the following message
    Thank you for calling the E-Corp helpline. Following the recent events, were experiencing an unusually high caller volume. To avoid waiting and for more information please visit out webpage at www... breaking up noise "In order for the light to shine so brightly the darkness must be present" series of beeps
  • Translating the beeps into A's and B's gives
    AABABBAAABABBABAAABAAAABBABBABBAABABAAABAABBB
  • The quote in the message is attributed to Francis Bacon, hinting at the use of the Bacon Cipher. Decoding the beeps using this cipher gives
    FSOCDOTSH which can be interpreted as the URL www.fsoc.sh
  • At fsoc.sh, an eye appears looking at letters and numbers around the page. The order is as follows
    4C4F4F4B205550
  • Converting this from hexadecimal to ASCII gives
    LOOK UP
  • The blinking pattern of the cursor at the top of fsoc.sh converts to the following Morse code
    .-.. . .- ...- . / -- . / .... . .-. .
  • The Morse code translates to
    LEAVE ME HERE which works as the password redirecting to https://www.fsoc.sh/KqQsv82u8A/
  • FREE T-SHIRTS FSOCIETY UNIFORMS!
  • The contest form redirects to http://www.whoismrrobot.com/ which is the show's normal promotional website.
Thanks to tigerpro and McPeePants34 for starting off the hunt.

(BONUS) PHASE 1.5 - EXFILTRATI0N.APK/IPA & REDWHEELBARR0W.TXT

exfiltrati0n.apk/ipa

redwheelbarr0w.txt

  • Wellick Sightings
    • Mailing a sighting to [email protected] results in the following message: "Thank you for contacting wellicksightings.com! As you can imagine, we receive hundreds of sightings a day. It may take some time for one of our investigators to verify your claim. Do not be discouraged – your information is highly valued! Rest assured, we will analyze your report as soon as possible, and respond with any follow-up if warranted. Thank you for helping us answer the most important question of our time: Where Is Tyrell Wellick?" (thx intervirals)
  • Bolling & Co.
    • Not much to signal about this one; the location of the factory is very close to the location of real-life tobacco giant Philip Morris (thx PinchBetter).
  • Envelope
    • Once cracked, its typos reveals the message "Your current situation cannot affect stage two. To communicate, use dead drop in library encyclopedia vol two. Next message in word search."
  • Ripped Out Page
    • Once cracked, it reveals the message "Time Table Unchanged. Limited Communication From In Here. Request Stage Two Status Update".
  • Newspaper Clipping
    • Once cracked (method here), it reveals the following message: "OPERATIONHQTOBEDETERMINEDUPONCHOICEOFEVILCORPBA CKUPFACILITYREQUESTSTATUSOFBACKDOORIMPLEMENTATIONLOOKFORNEXTMESSAGEINPRAYERPAMPHLET" (thx Jither).
  • Pink Jesus Leaflet
    • Once cracked, it reveals the message "the dark army Is implementing a tIme table to arrange your release we are very close to final target day informatIon to follow next message Is in note in mail". (thx butts1776)
  • Darlene's Postcard
    • One of the sentences ("I hope you got my first two letters, I sent them on the 6th") tips off to take the first 2 letters in the 6th words of each line. The message found is "Headquarters now established More info once you get home The time is close".
  • Final Page
    • Jither deciphers the message "BACKDOOR IS WORK IN PROGRESS IT WILL BE DONE IN TIME CRITICAL HQ MUST BE NEAR BACKUP FACILITY"
  • Chinese Kanji (BONUS)
  • Dream Code (BONUS)

Credits

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2017.02.18 06:33 Thor303456 WSB101 - THE BOOK OF YOLO: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO TRADING LIKE A DEGENERATE AND EVERYTHING WSB

The Book of Yolo: COMPLETE GUIDE TO WSB
The goal of this is to actually create something that all of you WSB newbies can read - because we’re all tired of seeing the endless wave of uninformed and unavoidable stupidity from those who have never touched the stock market. CALLING ALL NEWFAGS AND NORMIES.
If you can’t read, GFY now.
Now that we will be on the popular section of reddit, this has become pertinent. WSB can't avoid newcomers, so we might as well explain how the clock ticks here. This one is for you all.
This is to serve as a reference what values we hold, what instruments we use, and as a general place to educated the uneducated.
First off, this is the LEAST helpful stock market-based community for newcomers. Sarcastic answers are the only thing of true value here. It isn't a place to learn, but a place to plan out where you will dock your yacht. Newcomers are usually berated upon asking the inevitable stupid questions that they could learn slowly from reading here, or just using a damn search engine. Instead of embarrassing yourself here, you now have the opportunity to read this and get what we’re all rambling about.
This will help you understand what to expect if you make the decision to undertake a WSB style trading career, so you can stay here and contribute to the yolo lifestyle or otherwise GFY.
I will edit in any suggestions that our frequenting users or mods want to add to this as well.
To begin: Here are our topics for WSB101
-Basics (Equities/Stocks)
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-ETF's
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-Options
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-Futures Trading
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-SubCulture
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BASICS/EQUTIES Skip if you understand basic stock stuff
Okay, so what is an equity/stock? An equity is essentially what you’d think of as your “vanilla” trading tool. They move up or down depending on market forces, and can range from pennies to thousands of dollars per share. To explain how stocks work, let's define a few terms.
Volume: The number of shares of stock traded during a particular time period, normally measured in average daily trading volume.
Spread: The difference between the bid and the ask price
Bid Price: The current price in which someone wants to buy at
Ask Price:The current price in which someone wants to sell at
Volatility: The WSB favorite. Volatility is referring to the price movements of a stock as a whole. The higher the volatility, the more the stock is moving up or down. Highly volatile stocks are ones with extreme daily up and down movements and wide intraday trading ranges.
Margin: A margin account lets a person borrow money (take out a loan essentially) from a broker to purchase an investment. The difference between the amount of the loan, and the price of the securities, is called the margin. Margin is one of WSB’s popular instruments of wealth and destruction.
Dividend: This is a portion of a company’s earnings that is paid to shareholders, or people that own hat company’s stock, on a quarterly or annual basis. Not all companies do this.
PPS: Acronym for “Price per Share”
Moving Average: A stock’s average price-per-share during a specific period of time.
Bullish: Expecting the stock to go up
Bearish: Expecting the stock to go down
Any raised hands can redirect themselves to here:
http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/082614/how-stock-market-works.asp?ad=dirN&qo=investopediaSiteSearch&qsrc=0&o=40186
Now that these terms are defined, let's move into the details of why this is even useful. Most people know what a stock is, but how and why stocks move is a different story. The stock market is essentially a big virtualization of supply and demand - meaning that usually high positive volume creates upwards movement in the PPS, where high negative volume does the opposite. This creates a trader’s opportunity; Generally, the most effective time to buy or sell is where the candlesticks (volume data) are thinning out. When you are ready to take an entry point or execute an exit point, waiting till the volatility (candlesticks) thin out is one method to give you best trade possible.
WSB FAVORITE EQUITIES: Of many equities, WSB favors the riskier ones - but avoiding penny stocks is a policy.
AMD - CEO Lisa Su, Next Gen Processors, chips, graphics. It’s the gamers gambit. Up roughly 1400% as of 2/7/2017 since WSB first mentioned it
NVDA - AMD’s sister? Mother? Daddy? Who knows. NVDA has been a sexy semiconductor leader. Is up 400% since gaining traction on WSB.
FNMA / pfds - Mnunchin, Trump, Big fat fannies. Get your self deep in the fannie. We all want it. WSB 10 bagger candidate for reforming the housing market. WSB holds a large cumulative position that can be seen below. Also a good read is the beginners guide to FNMA. Any post by u/NOVACPA is very often VERY informative on FMNA/pfds.
https://www.reddit.com/wallstreetbets/comments/5oissp/results_wsb_fnmafmcc_holdings
https://www.reddit.com/wallstreetbets/comments/5t7gba/beginngers_guide_to_fnma_fmcc_read_this_before/
ARRY - A biotech champion that prevailed after a lot of failures and huge losses in the biotech sector. Dark times for WSB. Up ~300% since getting traction on the subreddit.
TWTR - WSB likes to buy put option contracts on her. Exemplary of a social media platform that is unable to monetize itself.
TSLA - Maybe not unanimously a favorite, but loved for it’s sexy volatility, Elon Musk, and ridiculously expensive options.
GILD - A Shkreli pump and dump? The greatest large cap pharma recovery of all time? Who knows. Martin took the time to make a post on this reddit and it is up $5 dollars since.
ETF'S
Welcome to the world of investing made easy. Exchange traded funds (etfs) are devices that can be traded like stocks, but often track the value of many companies by investing in their listed assets accordingly. Specifically, An ETF, or exchange traded fund, is a marketable security that tracks an index, a commodity, bonds, or a basket of assets like an index fund. Unlike mutual funds, an ETF trades like a common stock on a stock exchange. ETFs experience price changes throughout the day as they are bought and sold. ETFs typically have higher daily liquidity and lower fees than mutual fund shares, making them an attractive alternative for individual investors.
ETF’s come in beautiful and delicious varieties, often with a BEAR form and a BULL form of each; but the most delicious to WSB are the 3x etf’s. A 3x ETF is one in which the underlying movement of the ETF is leveraged 3:1. Meaning for every movement within the underlying index or stocks, the 3x ETF moves well.... 3x as much..
WSB FAVORITE AND USEFUL ETF’S:
JNUG - 3x Gold Miner Bull - A hit or miss, has extreme intraday movements and essentially tracks GDX (gold miner’s index). Jnug will usually move with a pretty strong correlation to gold, which is affected by the mentioning of rate hikes (negatively), movement of the US dollar (inversely), uncertainty (positively), and supply and demand.
NUGT - Jnug with a different price tag
JDST - The inverse 3x etf of JNUG - or the bear etf. It does almost exactly the opposite movements of JNUG by the tick. Moves for the same reasons, but obviously opposite directions.
DUST - Jdst with a different price tag.
UGAZ - Natural Gas 3x Bull ETF - essentially tracks the price value of the commodity Natural Gas, but more specifically the S&P GSCI Natural Gas Index ER. The index comprises futures contracts on a single commodity and is calculated according to the methodology of the S&P GSCI Index. Natural gas is most affected by Weather temperature conditions (use your brain), petroleum prices, and broader economic conditions.
DGAZ - Inverse of UGAZ
UWT - Crude Oil Bull 3x ETF - extreme intraday movements, closely follows the price of oil. More specifically, it tracks futures. UWT seeks to replicate, net of expenses, three times of the S&P GSCI® Crude Oil Index ER. The index tracks a hypothetical position in the nearest-to-expiration NYMEX light sweet crude oil futures contract, which is rolled each month into the futures contract expiring in the next month. The value of the index fluctuates with changes in the price of the relevant NYMEX light sweet crude oil futures contracts.
DWT - Inverse of UWT
FAS - Financial Bull, specifically FAS seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, of 300% of the performance of the Russell 1000 ® Financial Services Index. The fund creates long positions by investing at least 80% of its assets in the securities that comprise the Russell 1000 ® Financial Services Index and/or financial instruments that provide leveraged and unleveraged exposure to the index. Can be used when bullish on US financial services - so banks, lenders, etc.
FAZ - Inverse of FAS
UPRO - S&P500 Bull 3x ETF, essentially tracks the S&P500 and multiplies it’s returns by 3x.
BRZU - Tracks Brazil (in its most basic form). It creates long positions in the MSCI Brazil 25/50 Index.
LABU - Tracks the Biotech sector, or specifically 300% of the performance of the S&P Biotechnology Select Industry Index ("index"). It should be noted that LABU has doubled since just before the election of Donald Trump.
LABD - Inverse of LABU
RUSL - roughly creates 300% of the performance of the MVIS Russia Index.
RUSS - Inverse of RUSL
SPY - Tracks the S&P500, but is not 3x.
OPTIONS:
Alright, so half you are going to understand this, and half of you are not. Pull up an options chain now on any stock (penny stocks and specific stocks do not have chains because of their market cap). Options are truly the ultimate way to achieve maximum risk/reward.
An option is a contract that gives the buyer the right to buy or sell 100 shares of a stock at a certain price, on a certain date. This concept makes options a commodity themselves.
KEY TERMS:
A CALL - is the right to buy. Buying calls is taking a bullish position in its most extreme form.
A PUT - is the right to sell.
The underlying - is the stock that the option is covering i.e. AAPL, GOOG, AMZN
Strike Price - the price at which a put or call option can be exercised.
ITM, In the money - In the money means that a call option's strike price is below the market price of the underlying asset or that the strike price of a put option is above the market price of the underlying asset. Being in the money does not mean you will profit, it just means the option is worth exercising.
OTM, Out of the money - a call option with a strike price that is higher than the market price of the underlying asset, or a put option with a strike price that is lower than the market price of the underlying asset.
ATM - At the money - Strike price at the same price as the underlying
Expiration - Expiries for options are every friday of every week usually, with exceptions such as every month, or every other day - depending on the underlying. SPY and SPX are great examples of very active option chains with expiries every other day. On the expiry date or any time before (with american options), an option can be, but doesn’t have to be exercised, meaning the holder of the option can use it to buy or sell shares of the underlying stock at the strike price. Most people on WSB do not exercise the contracts, but merely flip them for increases in value as the underlying moves.
For example, when AAPL was at 120 before its earnings report, Joe Shmoe Yolo buys 10 FEB 17th CALLS at strike 127 for .60 , each. Now .60 cents is really 60 dollars each, because the contract is multiplied by 100 (the right to 100 shares). In total, Joe Shmoe Yolo spends $600 dollars + commision on this trade. The next day, AAPL leaps to 130 upon great news. These same option contracts are now worth 3.50 each. $350 dollars per contract, times ten contracts is $3500 dollars. Joe Shmoe Yolo just turned $600 into $3500 dollars. MAGIC. Spoiler alert: Joe Shmoe Yolo was me.
That same Joe Shmoe later buys FEB 17th XOM calls at 90, hoping for similar results. However, XOM ends up never reaching anywhere close to the strike price, and the options expire worthless. Get it?
Now what determines the pricing of options?
OPTION PRICING:
Below is sourced from investopedia
Intrinsic Value: The intrinsic value is the actual value of a company or an asset based on an underlying perception of its true value including all aspects of the business, in terms of both tangible and intangible factors. This value may or may not be the same as the current market value. Additionally, intrinsic value is primarily used in options pricing to indicate the amount an option is in the money.
Time Value: Time Value = Option Price - Intrinsic Value. The more time an option has until it expires, the greater the chance it will end up in the money. The time component of an option decays exponentially. The actual derivation of the time value of an option is a fairly complex equation. As a general rule, an option will lose one-third of its value during the first half of its life and two-thirds during the second half of its life. This is an important concept for securities investors because the closer you get to expiration, the more of a move in the underlying security is needed to impact the price of the option. Time value is basically the risk premium that the option seller requires to provide the option buyer the right to buy/sell the stock up to the date the option expires. It is like an insurance premium of the option; the higher the risk, the higher the cost to buy the option. Makes sense, right?
Time value is determined by the expiration date. An expiration date in derivatives is the last day that an options contract is valid. When investors buy options, the contracts gives them the right but not the obligation, to buy or sell the assets at a predetermined price, called a strike price, within a given time period, which is on or before the expiration date. If an investor chooses not to exercise that right, the option expires and becomes worthless, and the investor loses the money paid to buy it.
Volatility:
In an options pricing, you see IV. This stands for implied volatility. The higher that is, the higher the options will be priced Volatility is the extent to which the return of the underlying asset will fluctuate between now and the option's expiration. Volatility, as expressed as a percentage coefficient within option-pricing formulas, arises from daily trading activities. How volatility is measured will affect the value of the coefficient used.
Decaying Nature of Options:
Decay refers to derivative trading (i.e. options). When you sell or buy a call/put (using those two for simplicity purposes) you don't get an infinite time frame to make your dreams come true. Time is your enemy; the further out the expiration date, the less time decay there is. Time decay really hits the worst the week of expiration. Sound confusing? Say you're buying options of the stock WSB (I hope you're seeing what I did there) - and the option costs $1, the expiration is this Friday. Say today is Monday. You buy a call expecting WSB to take you to the moon and beyond. Each day the stock doesn't move closer to your strike price or remains stagnant/drops, you lose value on your option + the time decay. Meaning if it finishes closer to your strike price, your option could be worthless because of that time decay. Questions? Ask away.
A great example of these factors in action is TSLA.
TSLA’s options are among the most expensive for companies in its price range, why?
An in the money TSLA call expiring this week is worth around $1100 per contract. Insanely expensive. But for a reason. TSLA has extreme intraday movements and calls have an implied volatility of 40.92%. Which is fairly high. In addition to that, it holds high intrinsic value / price per share, and a week of time value.
-Futures 101 - The Ultimate YOLO Guide (thanks to u/IncendiaryGames)
Okay, a lot of you have been YOLOing on faggot delights on SPY options. How would you like to trade something with the same or more leverage, 1.0 delta, and no time premium costs? Have you considered futures? What are futures? Unlike options, futures is a contract where both the buyer and seller is obligated to perform the transaction by the expiration. Conversely, in options, only the seller is obligated to perform. That means you can lose more than your investment. Originally they were used by farmers to sell future crops early and guarantee some amount of sales. Since then futures have expanded not just to commodities but currency and equity indices like the S&P 500. Why the heck would I want to trade futures? Here are the advantages: Leverage $5k is the margin requirement for most contracts. For example with the E-mini S&P 500 with 5k you're trading $120k worth of stuff. 1 contract = 500 spy shares. Some brokers offer intraday daytrading margin rates too - TD Ameritrade is 25% of the overnight margin rate($1,250.) Some brokers go as low as $500 an /ES future. SPAN Margin If 24x overnight leverage and 240x day trade leverage didn't give you a hard on there is also SPAN margin, which is like portfolio margin on steroids. The beauty of SPAN margin is you don't need a $125k+ account to be eligible. SPAN will greatly reduce your margin requirements if you hold uncorrelated or inversely correlated positions (up to an 80% discount, here is a list of groups that give discounts) and if you hedge with options. Hedge with the right option or asset and now you have up to 500x day trading margin. 23/7 and day trading Ever get in and out of an equity only to have your broker yell at you to stop doing that or deposit $25k? There is no pattern day trading restrictions on futures. Feel free to day trade and blow up your account as often as you want! You can also trade 23 hours a day. Get trading on how the S&P 500 index will react to news from China right away. Taxes No matter how long or how short you hold you always get taxed under the 60/40 rule. 60% of your profit from futures will be taxed as a long term gain and 40% will be taxed as short term gain. No wash sales. Trade your hearts out. Just remember holding past Dec 31st will treat you as if you closed all your positions that day and you'll be taxed on unrealized gains. Long/Short No need to pay interest or borrow shares as being short a future contract is being a writer, just like an options writer. Options Of course there are options. What fun would it be without options? Unlike stock options each contract gives different number of future contracts. Research what you're trading.
Ok. I'm convinced. I want to strat trading futures! What are some good strategies?
YOLO Strategies
Swing trading Trying to guess/predict/ride sudden market momentum. A low volume average day in the S&P 500 (/ES) for one contract can swing +- $500. Get it right and you can see a huge appreciation of value. /ES is usually highly liquid during regular hours with average volume of 1 million trades and usually bid-ask spreads of one tick. One approach is to buy or short in your direction and put in a stop loss to an amount you're comfortable to lose (say $200.) Since it's so liquid you'll likely be filled at or near your stop loss during the day if your trade goes against you. If you can guess the direction 50% of the time and have trades like this: trade 1 - gain $800 trade 2 - lose $200 Then you may profit over the time period. If you have a 50% chance of being wrong and losing $200 or 50% chance of being right and gaining $800 then over time you'll gain more than you lose. Also, since the present value of your futures contract is included in your margin calculation then if it goes strongly in your favor your position can quickly grow to cover its own margin and you can let it ride for a while. You'll want to be sure you enter a combo buy/short order along with a stop loss order simultaneously, like this for Thinkorswim. Futures can move suddenly and a sudden movement can make you lose a ton of money. Exploiting outdated SPAN margin guidelines There are several out of date correlations between popular futures like oil and say things like wheat that SPAN gives you margin credits on. Take whatever position you want in oil (/cl) then take the opposite in something that doesn't move much day to day with less volatility such as /w (wheat)) and your /cl and /w positions will get a 75% credit, giving you 50% more buying power on crude oil. (2 positions * .25 = 0.5). Trade your heart out on the more volatile future then when you're done close your safer future pair. SPAN is constantly changing but such a complex system definitely has its exploits. Automated/algorithmic trading For you programmer geeks out there it's really hard to algorithmic trade on small accounts due to pattern day trading rules and economies of scale with broker fees. Futures is probably the best way to get your feet wet. Join us on /algotrading if you want to explore more!
Boring safer strategies
I'm including these for completeness but these belong on /investing. Scalping With high frequency trading scalping is less guaranteed. Basically scalping is using tiny momentum as usually there are small micro patterns in futures buying and selling activity where it will rise or fall a couple of ticks. Since the notional value of each tick is $12.5 it's profitable for retail investors and small accounts to act as a market maker after fees at the smallest bid-ask spread possible. Spreads Just like you can trade spreads in options, you can trade calendar spreads in futures. Futures have contracts with different expiration dates and the prices are different for each month of expiration based on the market's expectations. You can go long or short the near month expiration and the opposite for the far month. This will hedge out any sudden market moves as that would likely affect both months. Bull markets in general tend to increase the price of the near month faster than the far month. Basically with a spread trade you're making a long term bet on bull or bear for the underlying future. Pairs trading You can go long in one future say the dow jones (/ym) and short the S&P 500 index and profit off the relative growth. This is a hedged trade as any market ups or downs will likely affect both positions with the same % value. For the past 180 days /ym - /es has been really profitable. Even if you don't do a full perfect pairs trade it is still a great option to reduce the leverage too on whatever index future you're trading so you can stay in longer or overnight. Interest rate and optimal leverage plays Since the $5k investment is equal to $120k of the S&P 500 index currently then you'll likely beat out the market by buying one future contract and putting $115k in safe treasuries or bonds or uncorrelated assets. Some people choose to leverage their stock portfolio and you can get the exact leverage ratio of liquid investments to future ratios. In probability theory the max leverage you can gain is determined by the Kelly Criterion which modeling shows indicates the S&P 500 index to be leveraged to 1.40x. Yes, you could do the same with options but even on SPY deep in the money call leaps are illiquid and have a time premium. Even today they are so deep ITM that the options you would need to use have 0 open interest and a bid-ask spread of $5 per share (so $500 per contract.) You'd need ~5 contracts per 120k so you're already eating $2.5k/$120k - 2% interest rate a year for that leverage. SPX isn't better, it's bid ask is 22 so you'd be eating $2.2k/$120k - 1.83% interest rate. It's doubtful you won't get much past the ask as its only market makers providing liquidity and guess what the market maker will do if you buy/sell the option? They will hedge with the underlying futures until their minimum profit is the risk free interest rate. Hedging Going long and short in various non correlated or negatively correlated assets to seek out a high sharpe ratio and have a higher risk free return that is market neutral. Basic hedge fund stuff. The variety and price efficiency of futures makes things pretty attractive in this area.
SUBCULTURE
Wallstreetbets is a community that has become infamous for the most wild west, moon or cardboard box trades on the planet earth. WSB is a place where you can take out thousand dollar loans, refinance your homes, cash advance all of your credit cards only to put it all on JNUG, and we will still love you. Your mother won't. Your father will never understand your spectrum of autism, but we will always love you. It is a uniquely beautiful community focused on praising its biggest losers as much as its biggest winners. To begin on the subculture, we should define some key moments in the sub's history.
HISTORY: (As made by u/digadiga) + my additions
2012: Jartek [+1] creates /wallstreetbets, and word slowly starts to ooze out. 2013: americanpegasus discovers pennies. AP has seen the light, and is a penny stock evangelist. Jartek & AP have an epic options vs pennies battle - they both lose a couple of hundred bucks, but we are entertained, and WSB is officially born. AP blows up his retirement, swears off pennies and moves onto bitcoins. 2014: fscomeau [+3] discovers options. He repeatedly bets five figures on AAPL calls before earnings. FS claims a supernatural clairvoyance of AAPL. FS then posts about his chest pains and ER visits. He finally suffers an epic loss. Is he dead? Is he alive? Is he is mother? Is he banned? Who cares? 2015: Photos from the 3rd annual meetup are posted. Where a bunch of dudes hang out on the romantic beaches of Guerrero Mexico. In a completely unrelated event, the wsb banner is changed to thousands of ejaculating dicks. Modpocalypse occurs. Hundreds of random users are added as moderators for a few months. None of the new mods can change the CSS. The constant whining about how "wsb isn't what it used to be" continues. Someone attempts to show how selling covered calls is idiot proof, but gets lazy, bets all six figures on Apple, and suffers significant losses. Robinhood gets popular. Should you buy one share of AMZN or one share of GOOGL? Who gives a fuck. 2016: Everyone starts saying "go fuck yourself." Except me. Because I am what I am. And if you don't like it, you can all go fuck yourselves. u/World_Chaos performs one of the more impressive yolo's of the sub, starting with 900 dollars, and turning it into 55k. https://www.reddit.com/wallstreetbets/comments/414blh/yofuckinglo_900_to_55k_in_12_days/?ref=share&ref_source=link 2017: u/fscomeau preforms what he calls "The Final Yolo", a 300k trade against AAPL before earnings (that I, u/thor303456 inversed), supposedly supposed to net fscomeau 2.5 million or so, in which he will finally stop trading. FSC is featured on several market related articles and newspapers, showing up on yahoo, etc. Later we find proof during his livestream of AAPL earnings that he was paper trading. Even later, FSC writes a near 200 page book called "Wolfie Has Fallen" describing how he trolled the entire internet, some following him into that AAPL trade. Martin Shkreli visits the sub and proclaims that GILD pharma is worth over $100 a share and is deeply undervalued.
KEY FIGURES:
Donald J Trump - He is the Marmalade Manchurian, the Tangerine Tycoon, and our spray tan Stalin. Unbelievable night of election. WSB demographics show a primarily capitalist and right wing (or at least joking to be so) point of view, and thus we are generally pro trump. In actuality though, WSB is focused on pro-market, which Trump happens to be.
u/Jartek - Founder of the sub, original yoloer. Believe he has retired from reddit for the most part. Mostly inactive.
u/Fscomeau - The Canadian as some call him, and perhaps one of the most profound internet trolls of 2016-2017. A French-Canadian trader who deals with mostly options. The man has been called "The Great Inverse", and for a good reason. Nearly all of the trades or statements he made on WSB were completely wrong or mostly wrong. Truly the strongest technical indicator.
Martin Shkreli - An idol to many WSBers, Martin stands as the master of the biotech sector. A very debated character for very stupid reasons. Martin regularly tweets about the stock market, occasionally does a youtube channel, and livestreams fairly regularly.
u/theycallme1 - Educated trader, and mod of WSB. Roasts people often and roasts them good. Ask him the questions that aren't stupid. One of the most active mods.
u/world_chaos - some fucking college student with some real net worth. Sits on 100k or so (needs verification), and was an inspiring yoloer to all, with his 900 to 55k yolo with options.
Lingo, Terminology, and Nomenclature:
The Faggots Delights - Truly the most suicidal, yet clearest shot to the moon. This term is usually used to define either weekly, or daily option plays on the SPY/SPX. Some users trade them very profitably, such as u/MRPguy and many in the past.
Cuck - Truly the worst thing you could be. A cuck is a man who likes watching his wife/girlfriend fuck other guys. Weak, spineless, and a term often throw around here.
The YOLO - You only live once. This is something that is, and should be realized as undeniably true. Why are you sitting on a 5k emergency fund that is making you less interest in a year than what I just made in 10 minutes? Why haven't you used all of the credit on your 5 credit cards or used your testicles as collateral for a loan yet? YOLO or YOLOING is as much a psychological decision to embrace absurdism, and win with everything you have while risking it all. Yolo is what it means to be a WSB trader.
Bagholding or a Bagholder - When you're stuck with the most ass trade of your life, because you know it'll go back up. A bagholder is the 59 year old guy at the grocery store who won't quit his Job because he knows he only has to wait another year until he gets a return on his investment (of his life). Anyone holding SUNEQ is the definition of a bagholder.
Autists - Something we embrace, something we call each other, something we all are. Autism isn't used in an offensive way as much as it is a generally accepted term that defines us. The best traders have autism because of their distance from emotion. I bet you never made it to this part of the reading because you're such a damn autist.
Tendies - Tendies are what you get after you make a small amount of money. "I SOLD AMD TODAY FOR A $13 DOLLAR PROFIT, GOING TO MCD's TO GET MY TENDIES". Tendie money is usually shameful and insignificant, but at least it got you tendies. Chicken tenders at McDonalds are the least expensive for the most cholesterol.
I know some of the writing was half ass, full of errors, or otherwise not the best explanation. But I believe this will serve its purpose, and maybe help to promote new ideas from moderately educated traders. WSB has very strong traders, and the most uniquely risky trading styles on the planet. Hopefully this can serve to better the overall community.
You guys are all faggots, upvote this so we can get the noobs to stop trying to bite on our cocks.
Also I'd really appreciate input on anything to add to this overall. It took my over 3 hours to write up, so I eventually grew tired and probably have missing spots.
Enjoy your time here at WSB.
EDIT: Added a shit ton of stuff, fixed errors. THANKS FOR ALL OF YOUR INPUT, ACTUALLY MAKING WSB GREAT AGAIN
MODS: Can we make this editable by others mods or something? My fingers aren't enough. Seems like this could serve as a good "official" thing. Paging u/theycallme1 u/CHAINSAW_VASECTOMY etc
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2016.11.28 22:57 shane_stockflare Pulling the Unilever? $UL $UN

Key Stats for Unilever plc (ADR)

Persil, Dove, Knorr, Domestos, Hellmann's, Lipton, Wall's, PG Tips, Ben & Jerry's, Marmite, Magnum and Lynx... all brands that make Unilever a real leader. So what about the stock?
Ticker UL
Sector Personal Products
Latest price $39.86
Value $118,678M
Daily vol $104M
Date 28 November 2016

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Description

Unilever PLC is a supplier of food, home and personal care products. The Company operates through four segments:

Recent financials

The company is based out of Europe and reports in Euro. So apols for the different symbol! Also, it reports 20-Fs to the SEC not 10-Ks and it's the ADR that's listed in the US on NYSE. But hopefully that doesn't put you off!
So here's the raw growth. Upward but lumpy.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue €53bn €48bn €50bn €51bn €46bn
EPS €1.72 €1.79 €1.66 €1.50 €1.42
Though with any multinational these sort of stats are hard to judge. So look at underlying growth (ex. currency fluctuations and M&A) and operating margins.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Underlying sales growth 4% 3% 4% 7% 7%
EPS 14.1% 16.5% 15.1% 13.6% 13.8%
So reasonable topline growth, even if the margin bounces around a bit.

Competition

When it comes to competition, here's their view in the 20-F annual filing
As a fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company, we are competing with a diverse set of competitors. Some of these operate on an international scale like ourselves, while others have a more regional or local focus. Our business model centres on building brands which consumers know, trust, like and buy in conscious preference to competitors’. Our brands command loyalty and affinity and deliver superior performance.
Though the clear competitor in terms of scale has to be P&G. And wow, they have great margins, when put up against UL. In fact UL's clearly not at the top of the class when it comes to margins, though it's returns aren't a concern.
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Unilever plc (ADR) $55,634M 18% 33%
Procter & Gamble Co $65,290M 27% 16%
Colgate-Palmolive Company $15,373M 29% N/A
L'Oreal SA €25,257M 21% 15%
Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc £8,874M 29% 25%
Beiersdorf AG €6,686M 16% 17%
Kimberly Clark Corp $18,197M 21% N/A
Estee Lauder Companies Inc $11,293M 19% 31%

Cash / Debt?

Unilever plc (ADR) has $13,309M of net debt. That is 1.4x it's latest operating profit. Which doesn't feel aggressive.

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $44.73 for Unilever plc (ADR) and their recommendation to clients is Sell. Which is rather weird, given that's an upside of 12% to their target. It's even weirder when you look at the broker recommendation for the UK listed version of the stock with a Buy recommendation and a 17% upside to the target.
I suppose it highlights how the forecasts of ADRs and other metrics can end up looking rather screwy. Sometimes because different people or writing about the same underlying company. For example, only 2 brokers cover the US stock v 20 covering the UK version.

Valuation

At 20x earnings, UL is at a discount to pretty much all the peers. And that's despite having better forecast growth. So I suppose a reversion to mean expectation could drive the stock to its target price.
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
UL $118,678M 20x 11% 4% 10%
PG $223,338M 22x 8% 3% 9%
CL $59,135M 24x 8% 2% 6%
OREP.PA €90,601M 25x 6% 2% 7%
RB.L £47,766M 23x 11% 2% 6%
BEIG.DE €19,553M 26x 7% 1% 5%
KMB $41,489M 19x 8% 3% 9%
EL $28,821M 23x 10% 2% 7%

Dividends

Unilever plc (ADR) is forecast to pay a dividend of $1.45 per share, compared with a historic dividend of $1.32 per share. That is a 10% growth. The forecast dividend of $1.45 compares to a forecast EPS of $1.96.
And as far as I can tell, there haven't been any buybacks.

Catalysts

In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by -15% that compares with a change in the earnings forecasts of 1%. Sounds harsh? Why?
On the management team's latest call with brokers they said:
we are on track to deliver our objectives for the year which are volume growth ahead of our market, steady improvement in core operating margin and strong cash flow. We are not expecting improvement in market conditions in the fourth quarter and indeed markets are likely to remain volatile and hence challenging for a while yet. However, we remain confident in the longer-term prospects for emerging markets and in our ability to navigate effectively and deliver steady performance through volatility.
So there's a little short term pain, and a headache in Latin America!
For now I can't tell how long the pain's going to be. But when there's light at the end of the tunnel, surely a quality stock will deserve another look?
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2016.11.28 22:56 shane_stockflare stockAday: pulling the Unilever? $UL $UN

Key Stats for Unilever plc (ADR)

Persil, Dove, Knorr, Domestos, Hellmann's, Lipton, Wall's, PG Tips, Ben & Jerry's, Marmite, Magnum and Lynx... all brands that make Unilever a real leader. So what about the stock?
Ticker UL
Sector Personal Products
Latest price $39.86
Value $118,678M
Daily vol $104M
Date 28 November 2016

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Description

Unilever PLC is a supplier of food, home and personal care products. The Company operates through four segments:

Recent financials

The company is based out of Europe and reports in Euro. So apols for the different symbol! Also, it reports 20-Fs to the SEC not 10-Ks and it's the ADR that's listed in the US on NYSE. But hopefully that doesn't put you off!
So here's the raw growth. Upward but lumpy.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue €53bn €48bn €50bn €51bn €46bn
EPS €1.72 €1.79 €1.66 €1.50 €1.42
Though with any multinational these sort of stats are hard to judge. So look at underlying growth (ex. currency fluctuations and M&A) and operating margins.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Underlying sales growth 4% 3% 4% 7% 7%
EPS 14.1% 16.5% 15.1% 13.6% 13.8%
So reasonable topline growth, even if the margin bounces around a bit.

Competition

When it comes to competition, here's their view in the 20-F annual filing
As a fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company, we are competing with a diverse set of competitors. Some of these operate on an international scale like ourselves, while others have a more regional or local focus. Our business model centres on building brands which consumers know, trust, like and buy in conscious preference to competitors’. Our brands command loyalty and affinity and deliver superior performance.
Though the clear competitor in terms of scale has to be P&G. And wow, they have great margins, when put up against UL. In fact UL's clearly not at the top of the class when it comes to margins, though it's returns aren't a concern.
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Unilever plc (ADR) $55,634M 18% 33%
Procter & Gamble Co $65,290M 27% 16%
Colgate-Palmolive Company $15,373M 29% N/A
L'Oreal SA €25,257M 21% 15%
Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc £8,874M 29% 25%
Beiersdorf AG €6,686M 16% 17%
Kimberly Clark Corp $18,197M 21% N/A
Estee Lauder Companies Inc $11,293M 19% 31%

Cash / Debt?

Unilever plc (ADR) has $13,309M of net debt. That is 1.4x it's latest operating profit. Which doesn't feel aggressive.

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $44.73 for Unilever plc (ADR) and their recommendation to clients is Sell. Which is rather weird, given that's an upside of 12% to their target. It's even weirder when you look at the broker recommendation for the UK listed version of the stock with a Buy recommendation and a 17% upside to the target.
I suppose it highlights how the forecasts of ADRs and other metrics can end up looking rather screwy. Sometimes because different people or writing about the same underlying company. For example, only 2 brokers cover the US stock v 20 covering the UK version.

Valuation

At 20x earnings, UL is at a discount to pretty much all the peers. And that's despite having better forecast growth. So I suppose a reversion to mean expectation could drive the stock to its target price.
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
UL $118,678M 20x 11% 4% 10%
PG $223,338M 22x 8% 3% 9%
CL $59,135M 24x 8% 2% 6%
OREP.PA €90,601M 25x 6% 2% 7%
RB.L £47,766M 23x 11% 2% 6%
BEIG.DE €19,553M 26x 7% 1% 5%
KMB $41,489M 19x 8% 3% 9%
EL $28,821M 23x 10% 2% 7%

Dividends

Unilever plc (ADR) is forecast to pay a dividend of $1.45 per share, compared with a historic dividend of $1.32 per share. That is a 10% growth. The forecast dividend of $1.45 compares to a forecast EPS of $1.96.
And as far as I can tell, there haven't been any buybacks.

Catalysts

In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by -15% that compares with a change in the earnings forecasts of 1%. Sounds harsh? Why?
On the management team's latest call with brokers they said:
we are on track to deliver our objectives for the year which are volume growth ahead of our market, steady improvement in core operating margin and strong cash flow. We are not expecting improvement in market conditions in the fourth quarter and indeed markets are likely to remain volatile and hence challenging for a while yet. However, we remain confident in the longer-term prospects for emerging markets and in our ability to navigate effectively and deliver steady performance through volatility.
So there's a little short term pain, and a headache in Latin America!
For now I can't tell how long the pain's going to be. But when there's light at the end of the tunnel, surely a quality stock will deserve another look?
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2016.10.24 22:38 shane_stockflare Kimberly Clark not so boring today! $KMB

Key Stats for Kimberly Clark Corp

And I always though KMB was a boring business, in a good way! With a shaky 3Q, it's not today...sadly. But does it deserve a clean bill of health?
Ticker KMB
Sector Sanitary Products
Latest price $119.58
Value $43,005M
Daily vol $207M
Date 24 October 2016

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Description

Kimberly-Clark operates through three segments: Personal Care, Consumer Tissue and K-C Professional.
It's brands are household names like Huggies, Kotex, Kleenex, Andrex, and many more.

Recent financials

So the business has been stable for many years, with 2015 taking a hit because of the strong dollar. 2015A also took a major hit from a one-off $1.4bn payment into their staff pensions.
But there's a clear surprise in the figures with Dividends greater than earnings in 2015.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue $18.6bn $19.7bn $19.6bn $19.5bn $19.3bn
EPS $2.77 $4.04 $5.53 $4.42 $3.99
Dividends $3.48 $3.33 $3.17 $2.92 $2.76
They trumpet this in their annual report stating
We raised our dividend in 2015 by 5 percent, the 43rd consecutive annual increase in our dividend... share repurchases and dividends in 2015 amounted to $2.1 billion.
That's pretty amazing, but I fear they are going to hit a snag. They've not paid out all their shareholders equity. So I can't see how they do any more buyback, unless they work out some remarkable financial engineering!
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Shareholders equity $0.04bn $1.0bn $5.1bn $5.3bn $5.5bn

Competition

Given the 3 units, let's look at the sales and profit split, to it's the personal care business that leads the business.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A
Sales
Personal Care $9.2bn $9.6bn $9.5bn
Tissue $6.1bn $6.6bn $6.6bn
Professional $3.2bn $3.4bn $3.3bn
Operating Profit
Personal Care $1.9bn $1.8bn $1.7bn
Tissue $1.1bn $1.1bn $1.0bn
Professional $0.6bn $0.6bn $0.6bn
Oddly they really don't given any competitor names in their annual report nor benchmark themselves, but the list is pretty obvious. And maybe they are "hiding" from the fact that their margin is nowhere near as pretty as the peers!
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Kimberly Clark Corp $18,321M 21% 551%
Procter & Gamble Co $65,299M 27% 16%
Colgate-Palmolive Company $15,505M 29% 1620%
Clorox Co $5,761M 21% 312%
Unilever N.V. (ADR) $57,200M 18% 33%
Edgewell Personal Care Co $2,312M 22% -ve

Cash / Debt?

With $7,085M of net debt, KMB is at 1.9x its latest operating profit. That's rather high, though given they've been buying back shares to the extent the equity's been all paid out, it's not a surprise.

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $136.17 for Kimberly Clark Corp and their recommendation to clients is Hold. That implies an upside of 14% to their target.

Valuation

What a Hold? When the target price is up 14% from here? It's as if the brokers haven't revisited the figures is 3 months. Back when the stock was $133 and their target was $138.
If it closed the value gap with PG it could get there, and maybe there's even room for a little margin expansion?
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
KMB $43,005M 20x 8% 3% 9%
PG $225,109M 22x 7% 3% 9%
CL $63,225M 25x 7% 2% 6%
CLX $15,556M 22x 7% 3% 8%
UN $128,159M 21x 6% 3% 9%
EPC $4,487M 22x 9% 0% 1%

Dividends

Kimberly Clark Corp is forecast to pay a dividend of $3.67 per share, which would be a 44th year of expansion. and it compares to a forecast EPS of $6.07. Though I suspect that EPS is an adjusted EPS rather than reported.

Catalysts

In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by -10% that compares with no change in the earnings forecasts. That's against a backdrop of sales off 3% in the first 9 months. Though today the clearly missed on earnings and sales by a several percent for the 3rd quarter.
On today's call they were clearly disappointed to have missed, with a tough environment, FX against them, etc. But they talked the good talk on returns for shareholders, operational efficiencies etc.
Still, it's hard to see where the catalyst is. Does it need to be split up? Is it sub-scale in any of it's units and need to get bulk?
Seems like a solid business, earnings-miss aside, but maybe we can wait?
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2016.10.24 22:37 shane_stockflare stockAday: Kimberly Clark not so boring today! $KMB

Key Stats for Kimberly Clark Corp

And I always though KMB was a boring business, in a good way! With a shaky 3Q, it's not today...sadly. But does it deserve a clean bill of health?
Ticker KMB
Sector Sanitary Products
Latest price $119.58
Value $43,005M
Daily vol $207M
Date 24 October 2016

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Description

Kimberly-Clark operates through three segments: Personal Care, Consumer Tissue and K-C Professional.
It's brands are household names like Huggies, Kotex, Kleenex, Andrex, and many more.

Recent financials

So the business has been stable for many years, with 2015 taking a hit because of the strong dollar. 2015A also took a major hit from a one-off $1.4bn payment into their staff pensions.
But there's a clear surprise in the figures with Dividends greater than earnings in 2015.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue $18.6bn $19.7bn $19.6bn $19.5bn $19.3bn
EPS $2.77 $4.04 $5.53 $4.42 $3.99
Dividends $3.48 $3.33 $3.17 $2.92 $2.76
They trumpet this in their annual report stating
We raised our dividend in 2015 by 5 percent, the 43rd consecutive annual increase in our dividend... share repurchases and dividends in 2015 amounted to $2.1 billion.
That's pretty amazing, but I fear they are going to hit a snag. They've now paid out all their shareholders equity. So I can't see how they do any more buyback, unless they work out some remarkable financial engineering!
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Shareholders equity $0.04bn $1.0bn $5.1bn $5.3bn $5.5bn

Competition

Given the 3 units, let's look at the sales and profit split, to it's the personal care business that leads the business.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A
Sales
Personal Care $9.2bn $9.6bn $9.5bn
Tissue $6.1bn $6.6bn $6.6bn
Professional $3.2bn $3.4bn $3.3bn
Operating Profit
Personal Care $1.9bn $1.8bn $1.7bn
Tissue $1.1bn $1.1bn $1.0bn
Professional $0.6bn $0.6bn $0.6bn
Oddly they really don't given any competitor names in their annual report nor benchmark themselves, but the list is pretty obvious. And maybe they are "hiding" from the fact that their margin is nowhere near as pretty as the peers!
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Kimberly Clark Corp $18,321M 21% 551%
Procter & Gamble Co $65,299M 27% 16%
Colgate-Palmolive Company $15,505M 29% 1620%
Clorox Co $5,761M 21% 312%
Unilever N.V. (ADR) $57,200M 18% 33%
Edgewell Personal Care Co $2,312M 22% -ve

Cash / Debt?

With $7,085M of net debt, KMB is at 1.9x its latest operating profit. That's rather high, though given they've been buying back shares to the extent the equity's been all paid out, it's not a surprise.

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $136.17 for Kimberly Clark Corp and their recommendation to clients is Hold. That implies an upside of 14% to their target.

Valuation

What a Hold? When the target price is up 14% from here? It's as if the brokers haven't revisited the figures is 3 months. Back when the stock was $133 and their target was $138.
If it closed the value gap with PG it could get there, and maybe there's even room for a little margin expansion?
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
KMB $43,005M 20x 8% 3% 9%
PG $225,109M 22x 7% 3% 9%
CL $63,225M 25x 7% 2% 6%
CLX $15,556M 22x 7% 3% 8%
UN $128,159M 21x 6% 3% 9%
EPC $4,487M 22x 9% 0% 1%

Dividends

Kimberly Clark Corp is forecast to pay a dividend of $3.67 per share, which would be a 44th year of expansion. and it compares to a forecast EPS of $6.07. Though I suspect that EPS is an adjusted EPS rather than reported.

Catalysts

In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by -10% that compares with no change in the earnings forecasts. That's against a backdrop of sales off 3% in the first 9 months. Though today the clearly missed on earnings and sales by a several percent for the 3rd quarter.
On today's call they were clearly disappointed to have missed, with a tough environment, FX against them, etc. But they talked the good talk on returns for shareholders, operational efficiencies etc.
Still, it's hard to see where the catalyst is. Does it need to be split up? Is it sub-scale in any of it's units and need to get bulk?
Seems like a solid business, earnings-miss aside, but maybe we can wait?
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2016.08.11 03:47 chicksmanthrowie I [24/F] with my BF [24/M] of 1 year, found a transgender dating site under the 'web data' (not history?) of his phone. Remembering strange 'coincidences'.

Okay, Reddit, throwaway because I have friends who Reddit. My boyfriend and I are fine. We’ve had struggles and trust issues in the past, but have pretty much moved past them. Before anyone starts to chastise me, I wasn’t snooping. My bf is totally aware I know his passcode and because I don’t have a personal phone, I will use his.
Last night I had a few drinks, am surfing the web, and the Facebook login page was open. I do not know the password and have never asked, but I noticed his email is a yahoo account. There was also a YahooMail page open, but again, I do not know passwords. Safari browsing mode is set to private. This stands out because the mail setup on his phone is Gmail. Not a big deal right? Only it is because I thought that email account didn’t exist anymore. Early on in the relationship he had ‘deleted’ it because of it’s connection to ‘old and stupid things’ such as, you guessed it, dating sites.
So I go into settings, honestly to see if I can possibly activate Yahoo. Anyways I stumble across advanced settings under the Safari tab and there is a WEB DATA section. It seems to me, even if you set your browsing to private, Safari stores ‘web data’ such as cookies for faster browsing. I DID NOT KNOW THIS EXISTED. So the site with the most KBS is Yahoo, and the second is a site with the domain tsdating. It’s a transgendered dating site with male-to-female singles. There's also Facebook and just little bullshit sites so my question becomes, is this telling? What does this mean? I’m not super into technology. I know basic stuff and have only learned the iPhone recently.
But I’m a quick learner so I screenshot it, send it to myself, delete the message and I decide to clear the data. My logic being I can look again in a week or so to see if this site comes back up. Will that work?
My spidey senses are tingling now, and I recall his ex gf telling me she thought he might be interested in male-to-female women, and speculated he was gay. She even sent me a Craigslist screenshot, FROM HIS YAHOO EMAIL, describing himself and his penis size in the m4m section. This was early on and we had just started dating, so when I asked him about it he said she used to have his email and she posted it herself. I don’t remember if it was the exact same email address or a similar one. She was really angry and spiteful about their breakup, so I just moved past it.
This led me to remember something else. I had gotten angry and left his place one night when we were both pretty drunk. Like, it was an open bar. He came and found me soon after and we talked and he ended up staying the night. The next morning, I found a shady Craigslist response in his mail answering a couple. This time, I wouldn’t let it go and he said he didn’t know why he even replied; he was on CL looking for ME (gaslight); and that he was just being drunk and dumb. He said he was never going to follow through or else he wouldn’t have tried to fix things with me that night.
Well this is it. We live together now, and I FELT he was more committed than ever. Should I ask him about this? Should I sit on it? Is it possible the cookie is from pop-ups or porn sites? We are in love, but I’m more concerned about my health if he isn’t being faithful. We were apart for 6 days about a month ago and although we would talk on the phone, he seemed pretty lonely. I don’t have substantial proof of infidelity so am I being crazy?
tl;dr: Found a male-to-female dating site under 'Web Data' of bf's phone. Before this, an ex claimed he was into trans women and sent me 'proof'. BF has made mistakes, but don't want to jump to conclusions.
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2016.07.05 01:40 Blubbey Transfer rumour collection thread 5th of July week 7

The week just gone has seen Janssen rumours about and other clubs completing signings with some tasty international football. I believe we've also broken 120 rumoured players. Yay. If you find any rumours not listed feel free to post them and thank you to those who have done so. Some stuff may be wrong so apologies in advance.

Sources are shite do not take any of them seriously

Dates are dd/mm

Goalkeepers

Name Age Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Leno 24 leverkusen 18m euro 25/04 Link
Pickford 22 sunderland ? 30/05 Link
De Bie 16 KV Mechelen ? 03/06 Link

Defenders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Holding 20 cb bolton £10m 07/05 Link
Musacchio 25 CB Villarreal ? 09/05 Link
Hector 24 LB Cologne ? 10/04 Link
Mustafi 24 CB Valencia ? 22/04 Link
Espinosa 26 CB sporting gijon free 25/04 Link
Chilwell 19 LB leicester ? 19/05 Link
Tymon 17 LB Hull ? 25/05 Link
Henry 19 LB Walsall ? 27/05 Link
Coulibaly 19 CB Rennes €400k 30/05 Link
Murillo 24 CB Inter lamela swap 12/06 Link
Sigurdsson 30 CB FC Krasnodar ? 29/06 Link

Midfielders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Camacho 25 dm malaga £10m 06/04 Link
Wallace 21 CM Gremio £7m 09/04 Link
Billing 19 CM Huddersfield ? 11/04 Link
Dozzell 16 CM Ipswich ? 12/04 Link
Kovacic 22 CM Real Madrid ? 18/04 Link
Kante 25 CM Leicester ? 28/04 Link
Diarra 31 DM Marseille free (clause) 08/05 Link
Dahoud 20 CM Monchengladbach ? 09/05 Link
Bakinson 17 CM Luton ? 09/05 Link
Tielemans 19 cm anderlecht ? 16/05 Link
Walace 21 DM Gremio ? 18/05 Link
Coric 19 midfielder dinamo zagreb ~£10m 19/05 Link
Brozovic 23 CM Inter £11.5m 25/05 Link
Wijnaldum 25 CM Newcastle £12m 26/05 Link
Bazoer 19 CM Ajax ? 27/05 Link
Linetty 21 CM Lech Poznan ? 01/06 Link
Topal 30 DM Fenerbache ? 08/06 Link
Badelj 27 CM Fiorentina €10m 09/06 Link
Gueye 26 DM Aston Villa £7.1m 10/06 Link
Witsel 27 DM Zenit ? 15/06 Link

Forwards

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Haller 21 striker Utrecht ? 01/04 Link
El Ghazi 21 winger ajax ? 04/04 Link
Mahrez 25 winger leicester ? 07/04 Link
Lapadula 26 striker pescara ? 13/04 Link
Sidibe 14 striker PSV ? 15/04 Link
Ntep 23 winger rennes ? 17/04 Link
Gray 24 striker Burnley ? 18/04 Link
Kanga 18 striker PSG ? 25/04 Link
Kalinic 28 striker fiorentina ? 28/04 Link
Baston 23 striker Atletico ? 28/04 Link
Pedro Ruiz 16 striker real madrid ? 29/04 Link
Amamoo 18 striker freiburg ? 30/04 Link
Jovetic 26 striker inter ? 30/04 Link
Ibe 20 winger liverpool ? 03/05 Link
Boufal 22 Winger Lille £18m 03/05 Link
Konate 23 striker sion ? 04/05 Link
Yedder 25 striker Toulouse ? 06/05 Link
Amiri 19 winger hoffenheim ? 06/05 Link
Lookman 18 striker charlton ? 08/05 Link
Mandzukic 30 striker juventus ? 08/05 Link
Lallana 28 winger liverpool ? 10/05 Link
Ramirez 20 forward Barcelona free 11/05 Link
Morata 23 striker real madrid ? 11/05 Link
Lacazette 24 ST Lyon ? 11/05 Link
Gabbiadini 24 FW Napoli ? 13/05 Link
Parigini 20 winger Torino ? 13/05 Link
Peñaranda 18 FW Watford ? 14/05 Link
Slimani 27 FW Sporting €30M 14/05 Link
Malli 24 AM mainz ~£10m 14/05 Link
Berahino 22 striker WBA ? 14/05 Link
Berardi 21 striker sassuolo ? 14/05 Link
Thauvin 23 winger newcastle ? 14/05 Link
Niang 21 forward AC milan ? 17/05 Link
Schurrle 25 winger wolfsburg ? 18/05 Link
Vazquez 27 forward palermo €25m 19/05 Link
Calleri 22 striker São Paulo FC ? 23/05 Link
Marlos 27 winger Shakhtar ? 23/05 Link
Ibrahimovic 34 Striker PSG ? 27/05 Link
Long 29 Striker Southampton ? 27/05 Link
Konoplyanka 26 winger sevilla ? 28/05 Link
Janssen 21 Striker AZ Alkmaar ? 28/05 Link
Bellarabi 26 winger Leverkusen ? 28/05 Link
Grenier 25 forward Lyon ? 28/05 Link
Pereyra 25 forward Juventus €20m 30/05 Link
Bolasie 27 winger Palace ? 30/05 Link
Grealish 20 AM Villa ? 30/05 Link
Depoitre 27 striker Gent ? 01/06 Link
Ilicic 28 AM Fiorentinia ? 02/06 Link
Messi 28 forward barca ? 05/06 Link
Promes 24 winger spartak ? 06/06 Link
Laxalt 23 winger inter ? 06/06 Link
Sanabria 20 striker roma ? 07/06 Link
Honda 29 am AC milan ? 09/06 Link
Bernardeschi 22 forward fiorentina ? 12/06 Link
Mehmedi 25 winger leverkusen ? 14/06 Link
Kruse 28 forward wolfsburg ? 16/06 Link
Carrasco 22 winger atletico ? 25/06 Link
Nkoudou 21 winger marseille ? 30/06 Link
Alario 23 striker river plate 15m euro 01/07 Link
Pjaca 21 forward dinamo zagreb ? 01/07 Link
Gotze 24 AM Bayern ? 08/07 Link
Tello 24 forward barcelona ? 09/07 Link

Out

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Kane 22 striker Man U ? 06/05 Link
Chadli 26 winger ? ? 13/05 Link
Eriksen 24 AM Juventus ? 18/05 Link
Carroll 24 CM Bournemouth p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Bentaleb 21 CM Bournemouth/Napoli p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Rose 25 LB Man City ? 21/05 Link
Ball 20 DM Rangers ? 27/05 Link
Mason 24 CM Palace/Bournemouth ? 30/05 Link
Pritchard 23 am ? ~£8m 31/05 Link
Lamela 24 winger Inter ? 02/06 Link
Dier 22 DM Bayern ? 25/06 Link
Lloris 29 gk real Madrid £35m 02/07 link
Fazio 29 CB espanyol ? 08/07 Link
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2016.06.27 14:41 Blubbey Transfer rumour collection thread 27th of June week 6

So in the last week Wanyama's become official, however new rumours are few and far between unfortunately. We're almost at 120 by my count. If you find any rumours not listed feel free to post them and thank you to those who have done so. Some stuff may be wrong so apologies in advance.

Sources are shite do not take any of them seriously

Dates are dd/mm

Goalkeepers

Name Age Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Leno 24 leverkusen 18m euro 25/04 Link
Dragowski 18 Jagiellonia Bialystok ? 14/05 Link
Pickford 22 sunderland ? 30/05 Link
De Bie 16 KV Mechelen ? 03/06 Link

Defenders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Holding 20 cb bolton £10m 07/05 Link
Musacchio 25 CB Villarreal ? 09/05 Link
Hector 24 LB Cologne ? 10/04 Link
Mustafi 24 CB Valencia ? 22/04 Link
Espinosa 26 CB sporting gijon free 25/04 Link
Glik 28 CB Torino ? 14/05 Link
Chilwell 19 LB leicester ? 19/05 Link
Tymon 17 LB Hull ? 25/05 Link
Henry 19 LB Walsall ? 27/05 Link
Coulibaly 19 CB Rennes €400k 30/05 Link
Murillo 24 CB Inter lamela swap 12/06 Link
Sigurdsson 30 CB FC Krasnodar ? 29/06 Link

Midfielders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Camacho 25 dm malaga £10m 06/04 Link
Wallace 21 CM Gremio £7m 09/04 Link
Billing 19 CM Huddersfield ? 11/04 Link
Dozzell 16 CM Ipswich ? 12/04 Link
Kovacic 22 CM Real Madrid ? 18/04 Link
Kante 25 CM Leicester ? 28/04 Link
Diarra 31 DM Marseille free (clause) 08/05 Link
Dahoud 20 CM Monchengladbach ? 09/05 Link
Bakinson 17 CM Luton ? 09/05 Link
Tielemans 19 cm anderlecht ? 16/05 Link
Walace 21 DM Gremio ? 18/05 Link
Coric 19 midfielder dinamo zagreb ~£10m 19/05 Link
Brozovic 23 CM Inter £11.5m 25/05 Link
Wijnaldum 25 CM Newcastle £12m 26/05 Link
Bazoer 19 CM Ajax ? 27/05 Link
Linetty 21 CM Lech Poznan ? 01/06 Link
Topal 30 DM Fenerbache ? 08/06 Link
Badelj 27 CM Fiorentina €10m 09/06 Link
Gueye 26 DM Aston Villa £7.1m 10/06 Link
Witsel 27 DM Zenit ? 15/06 Link

Forwards

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Haller 21 striker Utrecht ? 01/04 Link
El Ghazi 21 winger ajax ? 04/04 Link
Mahrez 25 winger leicester ? 07/04 Link
Lapadula 26 striker pescara ? 13/04 Link
Sidibe 14 striker PSV ? 15/04 Link
Ntep 23 winger rennes ? 17/04 Link
Gray 24 striker Burnley ? 18/04 Link
Musa 23 striker cska ? 23/04 Link
Kanga 18 striker PSG ? 25/04 Link
Kalinic 28 striker fiorentina ? 28/04 Link
Baston 23 striker Atletico ? 28/04 Link
Pedro Ruiz 16 striker real madrid ? 29/04 Link
Amamoo 18 striker freiburg ? 30/04 Link
Jovetic 26 striker inter ? 30/04 Link
Ibe 20 winger liverpool ? 03/05 Link
Boufal 22 Winger Lille £18m 03/05 Link
Konate 23 striker sion ? 04/05 Link
Yedder 25 striker Toulouse ? 06/05 Link
Amiri 19 winger hoffenheim ? 06/05 Link
Lookman 18 striker charlton ? 08/05 Link
Mandzukic 30 striker juventus ? 08/05 Link
Lallana 28 winger liverpool ? 10/05 Link
Ramirez 20 forward Barcelona free 11/05 Link
Morata 23 striker real madrid ? 11/05 Link
Lacazette 24 ST Lyon ? 11/05 Link
Gabbiadini 24 FW Napoli ? 13/05 Link
Parigini 20 winger Torino ? 13/05 Link
Peñaranda 18 FW Watford ? 14/05 Link
Slimani 27 FW Sporting €30M 14/05 Link
Malli 24 AM mainz ~£10m 14/05 Link
Berahino 22 striker WBA ? 14/05 Link
Berardi 21 striker sassuolo ? 14/05 Link
Thauvin 23 winger newcastle ? 14/05 Link
Niang 21 forward AC milan ? 17/05 Link
Schurrle 25 winger wolfsburg ? 18/05 Link
Vazquez 27 forward palermo €25m 19/05 Link
Calleri 22 striker São Paulo FC ? 23/05 Link
Marlos 27 winger Shakhtar ? 23/05 Link
Ibrahimovic 34 Striker PSG ? 27/05 Link
Long 29 Striker Southampton ? 27/05 Link
Konoplyanka 26 winger sevilla ? 28/05 Link
Janssen 21 Striker AZ Alkmaar ? 28/05 Link
Bellarabi 26 winger Leverkusen ? 28/05 Link
Grenier 25 forward Lyon ? 28/05 Link
Pereyra 25 forward Juventus €20m 30/05 Link
Bolasie 27 winger Palace ? 30/05 Link
Grealish 20 AM Villa ? 30/05 Link
Deeney 27 striker Watford ? 31/05 Link
Depoitre 27 striker Gent ? 01/06 Link
Ilicic 28 AM Fiorentinia ? 02/06 Link
Messi 28 forward barca ? 05/06 Link
Promes 24 winger spartak ? 06/06 Link
Laxalt 23 winger inter ? 06/06 Link
Sanabria 20 striker roma ? 07/06 Link
Honda 29 am AC milan ? 09/06 Link
Bernardeschi 22 forward fiorentina ? 12/06 Link
Mehmedi 25 winger leverkusen ? 14/06 Link
Kruse 28 forward wolfsburg ? 16/06 Link
Carrasco 22 winger atletico ? 25/06 Link
Nkoudou 21 winger marseille ? 30/06 Link
Alario 23 striker river plate 15m euro 01/07 Link
Mousset 20 striker Le Havre ? 03/07 Link

Out

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Kane 22 striker Man U ? 06/05 Link
Chadli 26 winger ? ? 13/05 Link
Eriksen 24 AM Juventus ? 18/05 Link
Carroll 24 CM Bournemouth p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Bentaleb 21 CM Bournemouth/Napoli p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Rose 25 LB Man City ? 21/05 Link
Ball 20 DM Rangers ? 27/05 Link
Mason 24 CM Palace/Bournemouth ? 30/05 Link
Pritchard 23 am ? ~£8m 31/05 Link
Lamela 24 winger Inter ? 02/06 Link
Dier 22 DM Bayern ? 25/06 Link
Lloris 29 gk real Madrid £35m 02/07 link
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2016.06.20 17:04 Blubbey Transfer rumour collection thread 20th of June week 5

Peach (reliable for southampton & spurs) says Wanyama's done. If you find any rumours not listed feel free to post them and thank you to those who have done so. Some stuff may be wrong so apologies in advance.

Sources are shite do not take any of them seriously

Dates are dd/mm

Goalkeepers

Name Age Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Leno 24 leverkusen 18m euro 25/04 Link
Dragowski 18 Jagiellonia Bialystok ? 14/05 Link
Pickford 22 sunderland ? 30/05 Link
De Bie 16 KV Mechelen ? 03/06 Link

Defenders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Umtiti 22 CB Lyon ? 26/04 Link
Holding 20 cb bolton £10m 07/05 Link
Musacchio 25 CB Villarreal ? 09/05 Link
Hector 24 LB Cologne ? 10/04 Link
Mustafi 24 CB Valencia ? 22/04 Link
Espinosa 26 CB sporting gijon free 25/04 Link
Glik 28 CB Torino ? 14/05 Link
Chilwell 19 LB leicester ? 19/05 Link
Tymon 17 LB Hull ? 25/05 Link
Henry 19 LB Walsall ? 27/05 Link
Coulibaly 19 CB Rennes €400k 30/05 Link
N'koulou 26 cb marseille free 06/06 Link
Murillo 24 CB Inter lamela swap 12/06 Link

Midfielders

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Camacho 25 dm malaga £10m 06/04 Link
Wallace 21 CM Gremio £7m 09/04 Link
Billing 19 CM Huddersfield ? 11/04 Link
Dozzell 16 CM Ipswich ? 12/04 Link
Kovacic 22 CM Real Madrid ? 18/04 Link
Kante 25 CM Leicester ? 28/04 Link
Diarra 31 DM Marseille free (clause) 08/05 Link
Dahoud 20 CM Monchengladbach ? 09/05 Link
Bakinson 17 CM Luton ? 09/05 Link
Tielemans 19 cm anderlecht ? 16/05 Link
Walace 21 DM Gremio ? 18/05 Link
Coric 19 midfielder dinamo zagreb ~£10m 19/05 Link
Brozovic 23 CM Inter £11.5m 25/05 Link
Wijnaldum 25 CM Newcastle £12m 26/05 Link
Bazoer 19 CM Ajax ? 27/05 Link
Linetty 21 CM Lech Poznan ? 01/06 Link
Topal 30 DM Fenerbache ? 08/06 Link
Badelj 27 CM Fiorentina €10m 09/06 Link
Gueye 26 DM Aston Villa £7.1m 10/06 Link
Witsel 27 DM Zenit ? 15/06 Link

Forwards

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Haller 21 striker Utrecht ? 01/04 Link
El Ghazi 21 winger ajax ? 04/04 Link
Mahrez 25 winger leicester ? 07/04 Link
Lapadula 26 striker pescara ? 13/04 Link
Sadiq 19 striker Roma ? 15/04 Link
Sidibe 14 striker PSV ? 15/04 Link
Ntep 23 winger rennes ? 17/04 Link
Gray 24 striker Burnley ? 18/04 Link
Musa 23 striker cska ? 23/04 Link
Kanga 18 striker PSG ? 25/04 Link
Kalinic 28 striker fiorentina ? 28/04 Link
Baston 23 striker Atletico ? 28/04 Link
Pedro Ruiz 16 striker real madrid ? 29/04 Link
Amamoo 18 striker freiburg ? 30/04 Link
Jovetic 26 striker inter ? 30/04 Link
Ibe 20 winger liverpool ? 03/05 Link
Boufal 22 Winger Lille £18m 03/05 Link
Konate 23 striker sion ? 04/05 Link
Yedder 25 striker Toulouse ? 06/05 Link
Amiri 19 winger hoffenheim ? 06/05 Link
Lookman 18 striker charlton ? 08/05 Link
Mandzukic 30 striker juventus ? 08/05 Link
Dembele 19 striker fulham ? 09/05 Link
Lallana 28 winger liverpool ? 10/05 Link
Ramirez 20 forward Barcelona free 11/05 Link
Morata 23 striker real madrid ? 11/05 Link
Lacazette 24 ST Lyon ? 11/05 Link
Batshuayi 22 ST Marseille ? 12/05 Link
Gabbiadini 24 FW Napoli ? 13/05 Link
Parigini 20 winger Torino ? 13/05 Link
Peñaranda 18 FW Watford ? 14/05 Link
Slimani 27 FW Sporting €30M 14/05 Link
C. Wilson 24 ST Bournemouth ? 14/05 Link
Success 20 ST Granada ? 14/05 Link
Malli 24 AM mainz ~£10m 14/05 Link
Berahino 22 striker WBA ? 14/05 Link
Berardi 21 striker sassuolo ? 14/05 Link
Thauvin 23 winger newcastle ? 14/05 Link
Niang 21 forward AC milan ? 17/05 Link
Schurrle 25 winger wolfsburg ? 18/05 Link
Vazquez 27 forward palermo €25m 19/05 Link
Calleri 22 striker São Paulo FC ? 23/05 Link
Marlos 27 winger Shakhtar ? 23/05 Link
Mane 24 Forward Southampton ? 26/05 Link
Ibrahimovic 34 Striker PSG ? 27/05 Link
Long 29 Striker Southampton ? 27/05 Link
Konoplyanka 26 winger sevilla ? 28/05 Link
Janssen 21 Striker AZ Alkmaar ? 28/05 Link
Bellarabi 26 winger Leverkusen ? 28/05 Link
Grenier 25 forward Lyon ? 28/05 Link
Pereyra 25 forward Juventus €20m 30/05 Link
Bolasie 27 winger Palace ? 30/05 Link
Grealish 20 AM Villa ? 30/05 Link
Deeney 27 striker Watford ? 31/05 Link
Mkhitaryan 27 forward Dortmund ? 01/06 Link
Depoitre 27 striker Gent ? 01/06 Link
Ilicic 28 AM Fiorentinia ? 02/06 Link
Messi 28 forward barca ? 05/06 Link
Promes 24 winger spartak ? 06/06 Link
Laxalt 23 winger inter ? 06/06 Link
Sanabria 20 striker roma ? 07/06 Link
Honda 29 am AC milan ? 09/06 Link
Bernardeschi 22 forward fiorentina ? 12/06 Link
Nolito 29 winger celta vigo ? 13/06 Link
Mehmedi 25 winger leverkusen ? 14/06 Link
Kruse 28 forward wolfsburg ? 16/06 Link
Carrasco 22 winger atletico ? 25/06 Link

Out

Name Age Position Club Estimated Fee Date Source
Kane 22 striker Man U ? 06/05 Link
Chadli 26 winger ? ? 13/05 Link
Eriksen 24 AM Juventus ? 18/05 Link
Carroll 24 CM Bournemouth p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Bentaleb 21 CM Bournemouth/Napoli p/ex Wilson 19/05 Link
Rose 25 LB Man City ? 21/05 Link
Ball 20 DM Rangers ? 27/05 Link
Mason 24 CM Palace/Bournemouth ? 30/05 Link
Pritchard 23 am ? ~£8m 31/05 Link
Lamela 24 winger Inter ? 02/06 Link
Dier 22 DM Bayern ? 25/06 Link
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2013.11.29 22:57 jerryc1986 Is my GF(37) spying on me online and w/ my cell phone (45/M) or am I paranoid?

I'm a photographer, and work I deal with models, some of them are quite beautiful. I have nothing to risk or gain by telling you all that in my years working with models, I have never touched any of them or hit on them. My girlfriend initially was cool with my work, and that I work with lots of female models. But eventually I noticed through her body language that she was not so comfortable with it any more, I think she got jealous, or maybe just fearful. It got to be so that I felt I had to keep my dealings with my female models on the downlow, even though, as I said, I never did ANYTHING to or with them, not even flirting, not even before I met my GF. I value my reputation and respect my models and don't want to get a reputation as one of those creepy photographers. I felt bad about having to keep my work "secret" from my GF, but I had to do the work, and I was trying to keep the peace.
Back in May I had a model send me an email with some photos, which happens frequently in the business. I was sitting on the couch w/ my gf when I got it, and it actually had "NSFW" in the subject line when I got it (there were some nude shots in her portfolio--sometimes this is the case). This really made me jump, and I quickly dragged it into another folder. My GF was right there and she was like "what was that email?". I was like "nothing, just a request for samples from L---". I felt bad for lying, but I created this whole "secrecy" thing about it just to keep her from feeling bad. She appeared to buy it. The next morning we were at breakfast and my GF got on my laptop to check her GMAIL. Thing is that she instead got my gmail open; beccause Im always on Google Analytics for business. And I use gmail so rarely, maybe 3xa year at most. I use yahoo or my business domain every day, never gmail. But anyhow, she shrieked "what the f--- is this?!!!". It was this hours-old spam letter from a Craigslist personal ad I had posted...three years ago! I had to scramble to convince her that the CL post was from years ago. She demanded that I open up all of my email accounts and my craigslist account to show her I was not cheating. And so, after opening up all of my accounts for her to peruse, she was satisfied after seeing everything. In the 2.5 years we have been dating I had never seen her so p----ed off.
Here are a few things:
I had, until May, the same pwd for almost every site and email I have. I have not shared them with my GF, but I usually leave my browser and mail open. I trust her. She has total access to everything.
The "spam" was the first I ever received on that account because I never use it. I posted that CL ad over 3 years ago; a long time for that spam to kick in, I mean those CL ads get deleted after a week or two. I have a suspicion that my GF looked through all my old ads in my CL account. Just a weird coincidence?
The NSFW solicitation email was missing from my folder the next morning, not even in my trash, gone completely. I have a feeling that my GF sent me that solicitation and then deleted the email.
The CL ad, which I placed 6 months before I met my GF, was a "missed connection" to a girl in a shop in Chicago. The spam's subject line was "H-----, clerk at Sur la Table". Now, in my CL posting over 3 years ago, I never put that she was a clerk, so it was like the "spam" was personalized for me. I mean, most spam is generic and very impersonal.
I bought a new phone in July. I'm old school and I don't have FB on it, or even email I got on it last week to browse and I accidentally hit the "log in" option. I saw my GF's yahoo username in the field where one should put their login. It was like it had saved her username. I have never used her username, as I said, I never even used it for my own email. I cannot remember in the last 5 months ever letting her use my phone for email or anything. She ALWAYS has her phone with her. Also, I do not have a pin for my laptop or phone...anyone can pick it up and use it. Anyhow, I now think she put some spyware on my phone to spy on me.
I confronted her about all of this and she says that I am delusional and should see a doctor. Honestly, her reaction shocked me. I thought she'd fess up and we'd take it from there.
I cant help it!!! It's just a gut feeling. I am divorced, and my wife (5 years ago) spied on me online and totally kept a log of everything from my blog postings to emails. I found the log after we separated. And I never cheated on my wife. And I trusted her. I HAVE NEVER CHEATED IN MY LIFE ON ANY GF.
Am I paranoid, crazy, or have I "caught" my GF spying on me??? Thanks!!! I am too embarrassed to ask my friends about this.
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2013.04.25 09:14 joehubris A New Low for Internet Scammers: Trying to Rip off CL House Renters

BEWARE, there is clearly a new scam going on in the CL housing for rent.
If you search in Vancouver, WA on the Portland CL, for "Absolute Charmer" you will get one ad from Apr. 21, from a legit Realtor entitled $99900 / 2br - 710ft² - Absolute Charmer! (Vancouver) under "real estate by broker". You will also get an ad from Apr. 23, entitled "$900 / 2br - 710ft² - Absolute Charmer (Vancouver)" under apts/housing for rent and a Yahoo mail address. My roommate who is looking for a new place emailed them and got a very suspicious email in reply. Then we found the other ad.
This must be the newest scam. It is so fucked, because if they success, they will very possibly be rendering their victims homeless.
Here is the link to the search so you can see the two ads:
http://portland.craigslist.org/search/?areaID=9&subAreaID=&query=absolute+charmer&catAbb=hhh
This is the second time we've encountered something like this here in Vancouver. The first one, the guy actually had "goodhome" as his yahoo account. Here is the email exchange from the first one, I redacted the name the scammer used because it turns out, he is the titled owner of that property. He is no doubt a victim as well:
----- Original Message ----- From: Good Home Sent: 04/19/13 03:44 PM To: XXXXX Subject: Entire Family has Accepted you as our new Tenant, Get Back with Your Delivery Details ASAP..
Hello XXXXX,
Thanks for your pleasant response... Well, I understand how you feel and all you have said,but i want you to get your mind relax and have FAITH IN GOD ALMIGHTY okay... This's a moment of truth,what shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and looses his/her life,i so much thank GOD that you are a capable and also responsible person. This is what i am also afraid about, that is why i have been praying about this and i know GOD brought us together so just get your mind relax here,i am a missionary man that always keeps to his words and i can never tarnish my image just because of vain lively things that is vanity,i will always pray for you so be rest assured that my house is given to you already cause my family is so excited to have you as our new tenant so we hope you do not let us down...
I have been disappointed before,by some peoples i trust in the state. So the only person i trust in the state right now that you can meet,has informed me that he has travel to GERMANY for professional course... I want you to know that i have make an arrangement with the shipping company on how to ship the keys/documents of the house to your doorstep ASAP after your deposit fee have been confirmed right here,and they have registered the package for shipping with your name and address so i will like you to cross check you current house and send it back to me so i can preview it ASAP....
Well, i want you to get your mind relax and have (FAITH IN GOD ALMIGHTY) As i said. Because the BIBLE SAYS IN HEBREWS 11:1-2. Now faith is the substance of things hoped for,the evidence of things not seen. (2) For by it,the elders obtained a good report... So i want you to have it in your mind that you will be the elder that will obtained a good report from me,by shipping you the keys/documents of my house by FAITH. Like-wise what i believe, that i will also be the elder that will obtained a good report from you,by taking very good care of our house like your own okay, ... I look forward to hear from you ASAP, to know the next step to take..
Thanks And Remain Blessed.
--- On Thu, 4/18/13, XXXXX @mail.com> wrote:
From: XXXXX Subject: Re: Entire Family has Accepted you as our new Tenant, Get Back with Your Delivery Details ASAP.. To: "Good Home" [email protected] Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013, 7:00 PM
Please use the information in my previous emails, you have my name and address and phone number.......there is also no question below to answer. If you can't call me on your phone Mr. YYYYY, I'll consider this another scam from Africa........ Thx
----- Original Message ----- From: Good Home Sent: 04/18/13 06:47 PM To: XXXXX Subject: Re: Entire Family has Accepted you as our new Tenant, Get Back with Your Delivery Details ASAP..
I will also need you to confirm your delivery details and also to answer the below questions so as to certify my worries about you taking charge of my house:
Delivery Name: Delivery Address: Phone #:
You can call us on (+234-704-584-4483 OR 011-234-704-584-4483)
I will await reading an email from you soonest for further discussion and arrangements.
Regards. YYYYY And Entire Family...
--- On Thu, 4/18/13, XXXXX wrote:
From: XXXXX Subject: Re: Entire Family has Accepted you as our new Tenant, Get Back with Your Delivery Details ASAP.. To: "Good Home" [email protected] Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013, 6:34 PM
Great, give me a call at my phone number and we can talk about it. Ill be able to send you a check as soon as I can see the house and the rental agreement and have my lawyer go over it. I'm ready to move as soon as I can see the house and some paperwork. Thanks XXXXX ----- Original Message ----- From: Good Home Sent: 04/18/13 06:27 PM To: XXXXX Subject: Entire Family has Accepted you as our new Tenant, Get Back with Your Delivery Details ASAP..
Hello XXXXX,
How are you doing, Hope great you can go ahead drive by the home and get back to us .. My wife and I sends our heartfelt appreciation and warmth greetings to you. We went through your application and Most especially your mail, You gave us an inner peace of Mind that really got us going. Your Re-assuring mail that our home will be taken care of well as if it were yours is something that makes me want to rent to you.To sustain the Life we do not really require much. It takes only a little food,something to wear and a place to" lie down". The rich might have an abundance of this things,and the poor may have to struggle to obtain what they need.What difference there is, however, is equalized when life comes to its end-everything comes to naught.(Eccl.9:5,6).Thus Life to have meaning and worth, it cannot and should not simply consist of things that one can acquire or possess.Whether we are rich or poor,we do not have complete control over how long we may live or whether we will even be alive tomorrow.The bible clear shows that Only God alone is the source of life and only he can grant faithful ones the real life or everlasting life without end in Heaven. You are just an accurate example of the fulfillment of psalm 23..which God has promised to make you lie down in grassy pastures and he further says :By well watered resting places He shall conduct you, verse 6 says surely Goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life; And you will dwell in the house of the lord forever and ever.I would like you to know that we are in need of tenant that would be capable of paying the Rent,is that okay now? so we suggest you come up with the refundable security deposit in order to proceed with keys and other documents so when you move in then you'll be able to send the first month rent..
Below are the contents of the document that will be shipped to you Via FedEx mailing service to the address you gave to me in the Application Form.
1) Entrance and the rooms Keys 2) PapePermanent house form(Containing your reference details) 3) The house documentary file. 4) Letter of Access 5) Payment Receipt. 6) Full address and driving direction/description of the house.
I will also need you to confirm your delivery details and also to answer the below questions so as to certify my worries about you taking charge of my house:
Delivery Name: Delivery Address: Phone #:
You can call us on (+234-704-584-4483 OR 011-234-704-584-4483)
I will await reading an email from you soonest for further discussion and arrangements.
Regards. XXXXX And Entire Family...
--- On Thu, 4/18/13, XXXX wrote:
From: XXXXX Subject: Re: Home To: "Good Home" [email protected] Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013, 6:19 PM
Mr. XXXXX, My name is XXXXX. I currently live at XXXXX Vancouver, WA, XXXXX. My phone number is XXXXX XXXXX. I'm not married at the moment, I have 2 kids, both boys and both grown. I don't have a pet at the moment, but have been thinking about rescueing a dog from the pound. I work for a non-profit group called XXXXX that works on social justice and economic issues in the state of Oregon. My job is to direct a group of people who contact the community about our organization and build our membership base... www.oregonaction.org I will be the only one living at the house, though I do have a friend from Philly staying with me now, till he heads back home. My landlord sold the home I'm currently renting, he's getting out of the rental business and is selling all his rentals. This one sold quickly. I am looking for at least a years lease, maybe longer if need be, we can talk. I can move in at the end of the month or at your convience, my current landlord is flexable and will work with me. My birthday is XXXXX and I will attach a picture to this email. I can pay the first months rent and the security deposit as soon as I see the house and sign the rental agreement of lease. I would love to be in by the end of the month, or sooner....just let me know what's needed on my end. It could be as early as next week, with the end of this months rent prorated, if you want. I'm flexable and want to stay in this part of Vancouver.
Thanks for your time and consideration and I'm glad to hear your wife's felling better. Sincerely, XXXXX ----- Original Message ----- From: Good Home Sent: 04/16/13 12:13 PM To: XXXXX Subject: Re: Home
Hello
Thanks for your interest and sorry for the late response.it was due to my wife illness but i thank GOD she is getting better.I must confess that I am very very new in this landlord business..However, My name is XXXXX,I own the house located at (8515 Mt Olympus Ave Vancouver, WA 98664).Due to my job as a missionary I spent less time in the States so I could not get a hold on any Realtor to handle this rent issue, although it was when I knew how long we are going to stay in Africa that I decided to rent out the house and i will be here for (4-5 years)..How ever,the initial plan was to sale out the house which I tried, but some times the agents inflates the prize and it takes longer to sell i am telling you this in case if you find the house on another website,that is the old advert. because of this reason and more we need a responsible person (With good credit) that can take very good care of it as we are not after the money , but want it to be clean and for you to take of it as if it were yours The rent is $550 and $550 for Security Deposit...Utilities such as Air Conditioner Dishwasher Walk-in Closet Refrigerator Vaulted Ceilings WasheDryer Cable etc are all included in the rent...Here is my phone number (+234-704-584-4483 OR 011-234-704-584-4483)
 PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF 
1)Your Full Name________________________ 2)Current Address_______________________ ______ 3)Phone Number (_____) 4)State_____________ 5)City__________________ 6) Zip______________ 7)Are you married______________________ 8)Do you have Kids__________ 9)Do you have a pet______________ 10)Do you have a car______________________ 11)Occupation______________ 12)How many people will be living in the house___________ 13)Reasons for Leaving present home_________________ 14)How long lease are you looking for______________ 15)How soon do you intend moving in________________ 16)Date of Birth________________ 17)Numbers of Cars________________ 18)A picture of occupant________________ 19)How soon you make the payment________________ 20)How soon do you want to recieve the keys/documents________________ ============================== ============== ========= Application Comment ============================== ============== ========= Please make sure this questions are fill correctly because the best way you answer with your comment will impress me the more to accept your applications.I know you would want to see the house before making any kind of rental payment , which is understandable.We can make arrangement for the keys and documentation including an Authorization letter to be shipped to you,this will give you the opportunity to view house.
Regards XXXXX And Entire Family.
Here's the email he received from the second one:
----- Original Message ----- From: YYYY Sent: 04/24/13 11:32 PM To: XXXX Subject: Re: $900 / 2br - 710ft² - Absolute Charmer (Vancouver)
Hello, Thanks for the email. Yes, the House is still available and will only be given out to the right person that will take very good care of the place and the facilities.Well i must let you know that the house has a lot of facilities like laundry facilities,air condition,internet and telephone access and car garage and other necessary facilities.I have really decided to give out the house as a result of my transfer to Alabama my new place of employment.
I will be renting out the house for $900 (Including Utilities) water,gas,electricity and garbage and a security deposit of $700 (refundable) $200 for each pet as pet deposit (negotiable) and I need to inform you as well that money is not the major reason why I am renting it out but want someone who can take care of it as if he/she owns it,let me know as soon as possible if you can take good care of it, so that we can discuss the rent further.
House Address: 2422 E 26th St, Vancouver, WA 98661
Utilities Included in the rent are water ,Gas and electricity Pets allowed are DOGS and CATS Drive by Immediately and see it !!!
Thanks and God bless you amen YYYY
From: XXXX To: [email protected] Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2013 1:00 AM Subject: $900 / 2br - 710ft² - Absolute Charmer (Vancouver)
Hi! I'd love to see the house! I'm currently living in the Hudson Bay neighborhood and my landlord sold my house. Need to move soon and I saw your cl posting. I work for a local nonprofit, would be renting the house by myself and can be reached at the number below or this email. Thanks
XXXX
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  10. Chinese backdoor in military chip was a bogus story erratasec.blogspot.com.br comments technology
  11. Computer worm that hit Iran oil terminals 'is most complex yet' guardian.co.uk comments technology
  12. Foxconn reportedly begins pilot production of Apple TV set news.cnet.com comments technology
  13. This Rock Could Spy on You for Decades wired.com comments technology
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  17. The Origins of Linux youtube.com comments technology
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  24. Errata Security: Bogus story: no Chinese backdoor in military chip erratasec.blogspot.de comments technology
  25. ‘Delete’ does not mean destroy: investigators buy second-hand hard drives off eBay, uses free software to recover personal photos, spreadsheets & online conversations conversation.which.co.uk comments technology
  26. LG just announced a 5-inch screen with 1080p resolution... wow theverge.com comments technology
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2012.05.29 09:07 frontbot 8am Tue 29 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. 59 years ago the world had a grand total of 53 kilobytes of RAM spread over a dozen or so computers, the largest having 5KB. That's not enough RAM to store a single icon. plus.google.com comments technology
  2. CISPA: The End of “Our” Internet? indiefilter.wordpress.com comments technology
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  7. Chinese backdoor in military chip was a bogus story erratasec.blogspot.com.br comments technology
  8. Austrian researchers set new world record for quantum teleportation: 89 miles quantum.at comments technology
  9. Nokia says future devices could be waterproof, will be able to repel water like a lily pad... mobilesyrup.com comments technology
  10. Computer worm that hit Iran oil terminals 'is most complex yet' guardian.co.uk comments technology
  11. Particle engineer and fashion designer from Imperial College London combined cotton fibers, polymers and a solvent to form a liquid that can be sprayed onto a body to become instant clothing youtube.com comments technology
  12. Security researcher: I found secret reprogramming backdoors in Chinese microprocessors cl.cam.ac.uk comments technology
  13. LG just announced a 5-inch screen with 1080p resolution... wow theverge.com comments technology
  14. The Future Is Now: Gesture-Based Controlling Comes To The PC thecreatorsproject.com comments technology
  15. ‘Delete’ does not mean destroy: investigators buy second-hand hard drives off eBay, uses free software to recover personal photos, spreadsheets & online conversations conversation.which.co.uk comments technology
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  17. Self-Driving Cars Take To The Highways of Europe - Forbes forbes.com comments technology
  18. The Internet Is Getting A 'Cat Signal' news.yahoo.com comments technology
  19. Texas school district to track kids through RFID tags news.cnet.com comments technology
  20. ACTA: Unredacted Docs Show European Commission Negotiation Failures torrentfreak.com comments technology
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2012.05.29 07:06 frontbot 6am Tue 29 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. 59 years ago the world had a grand total of 53 kilobytes of RAM spread over a dozen or so computers, the largest having 5KB. That's not enough RAM to store a single icon. plus.google.com comments technology
  2. BBC News: Kaspersky has discovered 'Flame', the world's largest discovered cyber-attack bbc.co.uk comments technology
  3. CISPA: The End of “Our” Internet? indiefilter.wordpress.com comments technology
  4. Pirate Bay Ready For Perpetual IP-Address Whac-A-Mole torrentfreak.com comments technology
  5. Germany Sets Solar Power Record: 50% of Nation's Electricity Demand insideclimatenews.org comments technology
  6. Four signs America’s broadband policy is failing arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Austrian researchers set new world record for quantum teleportation: 89 miles quantum.at comments technology
  8. Security researcher: I found secret reprogramming backdoors in Chinese microprocessors cl.cam.ac.uk comments technology
  9. Particle engineer and fashion designer from Imperial College London combined cotton fibers, polymers and a solvent to form a liquid that can be sprayed onto a body to become instant clothing youtube.com comments technology
  10. Computer worm that hit Iran oil terminals 'is most complex yet' guardian.co.uk comments technology
  11. LG just announced a 5-inch screen with 1080p resolution... wow theverge.com comments technology
  12. The Future Is Now: Gesture-Based Controlling Comes To The PC thecreatorsproject.com comments technology
  13. ‘Delete’ does not mean destroy: investigators buy second-hand hard drives off eBay, uses free software to recover personal photos, spreadsheets & online conversations conversation.which.co.uk comments technology
  14. Absinthe 2.0 used to jailbreak nearly one million iOS devices in a single weekend engadget.com comments technology
  15. Nokia says future devices could be waterproof, will be able to repel water like a lily pad... mobilesyrup.com comments technology
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  17. Chinese backdoor in military chip was a bogus story erratasec.blogspot.com.br comments technology
  18. Texas school district to track kids through RFID tags news.cnet.com comments technology
  19. Self-Driving Cars Take To The Highways of Europe - Forbes forbes.com comments technology
  20. Megaupload User Asks Court for Files Back. Again. eff.org comments technology
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2012.05.29 00:07 frontbot 11pm Mon 28 May 2012 - /r/technology

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  5. Security researcher: I found secret reprogramming backdoors in Chinese microprocessors cl.cam.ac.uk comments technology
  6. The Future Is Now: Gesture-Based Controlling Comes To The PC thecreatorsproject.com comments technology
  7. Particle engineer and fashion designer from Imperial College London combined cotton fibers, polymers and a solvent to form a liquid that can be sprayed onto a body to become instant clothing youtube.com comments technology
  8. Megaupload User Asks Court for Files Back. Again. eff.org comments technology
  9. The Internet Is Getting A 'Cat Signal' news.yahoo.com comments technology
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  12. Massive cyber-attack discovered bbc.co.uk comments technology
  13. ‘Delete’ does not mean destroy: investigators buy second-hand hard drives off eBay, uses free software to recover personal photos, spreadsheets & online conversations conversation.which.co.uk comments technology
  14. Self-driving Volvos cover 200km of busy Spanish motorway reghardware.com comments technology
  15. A Facebook phone: Ambitious leap or fatal mistake? gigaom.com comments technology
  16. 'Flame' - the Massive Spy Malware Infiltrating Iranian Computers wired.com comments technology
  17. New computer virus hits Iran, West Bank in unprecedented cyberattack haaretz.com comments technology
  18. Self-Driving Cars Take To The Highways of Europe - Forbes forbes.com comments technology
  19. Backdoor found in a US military China-made chip cl.cam.ac.uk comments technology
  20. Security researcher: I found secret reprogramming backdoors in Chinese microprocessors boingboing.net comments technology
  21. Canada's national archives is being dismantled and scattered savelibraryarchives.ca comments technology
  22. Texas school district to track kids through RFID tags news.cnet.com comments technology
  23. The Government may be forced to rethink its plans to introduce a national identity smartcard after scientists revealed details of a low-cost attack that could allow criminals to read and copy confidential data. computerweekly.com comments technology
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  26. A reminder of World IPv6 launch day: June 6, 2012 worldipv6launch.org comments technology
  27. ACTA: Unredacted Docs Show European Commission Negotiation Failures torrentfreak.com comments technology
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