Fitbit SDK

Spotify $1 Spotify Family Plan $2 Spotify Family Owner $4 Crunchyroll $2 WWE $2 HBO Now $2 Hulu $2 Fitbit $2 Napster $2 Ndscard $2 Uplay $2 Multicloud $2 Coinpot $2 Mega.nz $2 DirecTV $2 Bovada $2 Rainbow Six Siege $2 I only accept PayPal and bitcoin if you pay with bitcoin EVERYTHING is $1 off

PM me to buy really cheap if you pay with bitcoin its even cheaper spotify is $1 paypal and .50 bitcoin
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[USA-IL] [H] Intel i5 4670K, Asrock Z87 Extreme3, 8GB(2x4GB) Crucial DDR3-1600 CL9, Fitbit Alta [W] Paypal, Bitcoin, or local cash.

Recently gave in, and upgraded my CPU, which obviously meant the motherboard, and RAM too.
I'd like to sell these together, but I know it doesn't always happen. Prices include shipping and I'm open to offers:
PICTURES edit: No original boxes or accessories, only what is in pictures. I'll be using the boxes from everything new I just bought.
i5-4670K 3.4GHz $150 $135 Sold to u/loserville101
Crucial Ballistix 8GB DDR3-1600 2x4GB CL9 kit $65 $45 Sold to u/loserville101
Asrock Z87 extreme3 $55 Sold to u/_DarkSeid_
And a Fitbit Alta for $75, which obviously never got used. For info, the marks are pretty unnoticeable, I was just trying to get them to be very visible so there was no room for miscommunications.
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Is a FitBit just a small piece of a Bitcoin?

Why is the bitcoin cost so much more?
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10 things in tech you need to know today

  1. Nearly two years since Google Health came together, it's still unclear how the group fits into Alphabet's bigger vision for healthcare or how it'll make money. The health division is still battling public distrust and has lost out on some major deals as it tries to hammer out its road map, insiders told Business Insider.
  2. Hedge funds and private equity are piling into late-stage startups ahead of hotly anticipated IPOs. Nontraditional investors have participated in more than $50 billion in deal value so far in 2020, according to PitchBook data.
  3. Amazon is letting customers pay for groceries by scanning their palm at its Go convenience stores. Amazon is trialing its new Amazon One palm-scanning payment tech at two of its Seattle convenience stores.
  4. DuckDuckGo complained Android's choice screen in Europe is "rigged" after Google picked a bunch of alternative search engines. Google started letting competitors auction for space on Android phones after the EU slapped it with a $5 billion fine for anti-competitive behavior in 2018.
  5. A cache of Amazon company records show the company has misled the public about the frequency of injuries inside its warehouses, Reveal reports. Last year one the warehouse with the highest injury rate experienced 22 serious injuries for every 100 workers, per the documents seen by Reveal.
  6. Joe Biden's campaign declared war on Facebook, accusing it of failing to live up to its promises to rein in Trump. The Biden campaign said Facebook had not lived up to its own promises to clamp down on misinformation on topics like voting.
  7. Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit takeover is set for regulator approval after the tech giant made new concessions on user data. Google has promised it will not use Fitbit data to personalize adverts for 10 years.
  8. A number of people on Clubhouse, the audio-only chat app used by tech founders and investors, revealed a chatroom conversation erupted with anti-Semitic opinions on Monday evening. Users present in the chatroom said it spiralled into a tirade against Jewish people using anti-Semitic tropes.
  9. Uber's push to expand its food delivery empire just hit another roadblock as the DOJ scrutinizes its plan to buy Postmates. The DOJ put in a "second request," which signals it's "concerned about the deal" according to former DOJ antitrust lawyer Sam Weinstein.
  10. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstong drew both scorn and praise after forbidding employees to engage in activism at work. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong wrote in a blog post over the weekend that corporate activism was a "distraction" from his company's mission of increasing global access to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
Link to article
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Hacking a fitbit flex to become a bitcoin hardware wallet

Hey Bitcoin community,
I'd like to hack my fitbit flex to become a bitcoin hard wallet. Does anyone have any experience with this? Is this possible?
If anyone would like to collaborate, I think this could be a great device!
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A little project I'm working on. Live trade prices from Bitstamp. Live beat rate from my heart.

A little project I'm working on. Live trade prices from Bitstamp. Live beat rate from my heart. submitted by 570215 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

10 things in tech you need to know today

  1. The CEO of TikTok's parent firm, ByteDance, has told employees that President Trump's "real objective" for TikTok is to ban it, not force a sale to Microsoft. Trump said on Monday that he has given Microsoft a deadline of September 15 to buy TikTok's US business and that a substantial cut of any deal should go to the US Treasury.
  2. The EU announced it is launching a full-blown antitrust investigation into Google's Fitbit acquisition. The EU investigation will focus on whether the acquisition would give Google an unfair advantage over competitors in the advertising space by hoovering up Fitbit user data.
  3. Apple's longtime head of marketing Phil Schiller is stepping aside, marking the third high-profile leadership shakeup at the company in the last 18 months. Schiller will remain at the company as an Apple Fellow, while another longtime employee, Greg Joswiak, takes his place.
  4. The UK cleared Amazon's deal to buy a 16% stake in online food platform Deliveroo. The deal has been cleared less than week after Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was grilled by US lawmakers over what they described as monopolistic behavior.
  5. Employees at video game publisher Blizzard were reportedly paid so little they were forced to skip meals to pay rent while the CEO made $40 million. Blizzard is facing major internal pushback after employees circulated a salary document that exposed major pay disparities.
  6. WhatsApp users can now fact-check forwarded message chains as another way to fight the spread of misinformation. In early April, WhatsApp set a limit for how many times a message can be forwarded at one time in response to a rise in misinformation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
  7. Big YouTube accounts are being plagued by hackers promoting Bitcoin scams. This new hack bears similarities to the tactics used by hackers who compromised hundreds of high-profile Twitter accounts last month.
  8. T-Mobile launched its standalone 5G network in the US. T-Mobile is the first major phone carrier to launch such a standalone architecture.
  9. Amazon's UK sellers are getting hit with a fee hike next month as the company passes along the cost of a new digital tax aimed at large corporations. Amazon will be raising the fees for sellers on its UK marketplace by 2%, starting in September.
  10. A new bill was introduced in the Senate on Tuesday aimed at curtailing the use of facial recognition by private companies, requiring them to obtain people's consent before scanning them with facial recognition tech. It would also ban companies from selling people's biometric identifiers, like face ID or fingerprint.
Link to article
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Smartwatch with a Bitcoin price ticker?

What would be a good smartwatch to buy which I can install a Bitcoin price ticker on?
Something that measures heart rate too, like Fitbit. Do their watches run Android?
Thanks!
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READ THIS BEFORE POSTING OR YOUR POST WILL BE AUTO-REMOVED

What this subreddit is not

This subreddit is not a place for general discussions of privacy and security if it is completely unrelated to a threat model (either yours or a theoretical one).

Example of posts that don't belong here without significant modifications

How can I stay anonymous online?
What bitcoin mixer is the safest to use?
How can I keep my fitbit from tracking me?
What email provider respects my privacy?
How can I keep my phone from knowing my real location?
The reason these topics are unfit for OPSEC is that they:
In most cases, when the thread is vague and unrelated to a specific threat model, the responses will flail all over the place trying to give advice on what program or technique is best to use without even understanding whether the threat is real or not, or how the advice may negatively impact the OP.
This is not only dangerous for the OP (misinformation, perpetuating paranoia, etc), but it doesn't teach them how to think for themselves (something that is critical for OPSEC and survival in life in general).

What this subreddit is

This subreddit is a place to learn and discuss OPSEC for yourself, your company, your family, your life. You can ask questions to help understand your own threat model better, discuss threat modeling in general, or get help and advice on countermeasures based on a specific threat model.

Example of posts that do belong here

I use my office computer for personal use but don't want my boss to know what I visit
I use bitcoin to purchase things online that are socially taboo in my country but don't want my transactions or shipments to be associated with me
I'm a normal person without any clear threats but just want to stay safe as much as possible online
I don't know anything about threat modeling and want to understand my own threat model better. Can someone help me? I'm married with children and work at a financial services company.
No thread will be perfect, and no responses will either. Open discussion is encouraged. But much as it is that when writing a college paper you need to properly cite your sources to be taken seriously, if you want to be taken seriously in opsec you need to cite your threat model.

When posting a new thread your post will be automatically removed if it does not state "I have read the rules" somewhere in the post body.

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[DISCUSSION] List of non-functional apps in iOS13

If you know about an app that doesn’t work in iOS 13 or iOS 13.1, comment the name of it and I’ll add the app to the list.
Please kindly provide the app link(s) to the app(s) you’re reporting.
⚠️ If the app is partly functional (works but has a few buggy features) or only works on select devices, please include those details in your report.
Non-Functional Apps in iOS 13 Beta
Thanks for all your app requests! I hope that this list, which will be continuously updated until the final launch of iOS 13, will help other users.
❗️This list has been discontinued. I will no longer be adding new apps to the list since iOS 13 has already been released to the public. Thanks for all your support and I’ll see you next year!
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Another Beginner Question

Hello all!
I've been creeping on the sub for a while now, and appreciate all the feedback you guys give to other members. I was hoping for some information as well and I'm sorry for being redundant. I have a couple of topics I wanted to read more about before I begin considering anything seriously. But there is so much out there and any sort of help would be much appreciated.
I read a book, "Sarms Matrix", and it seemed to have a lot of useful information put together. Are there any othe good reads you would suggest? I have a hard time understanding most of the science behind this stuff and wanted something that may help me make up my mind on whether a cycle would be a good idea for me.
In this book, it was recommended that for a Beginner Recomp, women should cycle Ostarine (25mg) with GW-501516 (10mg) for 8 weeks, followed by a PCT. The amount of reviews I have found for GW has been lackluster, and one of the only comments I have found on Reddit on GW stated this cycle wasn't really a great one and provided little results. On Meso, another forum, I saw one other comment that stated GW really helped him on a cut, but not much further detail.
Ostarine seems to be well liked, but the reading on LGD was pretty tempting. The book's recommended beginner bulk cycle was with LGD (5mg every other day) and RAD (10mg daily) for 8 weeks, with PCT. I saw people commenting in other places that RAD was not a good idea for women due to the side effects. Man, I want to get big and strong, but I don't want the jawline or voice that sometimes comes with it. (I see that sometimes people say these side effects are only with anabolics, but I would rather not test it out). Anyway, what are your thoughts on this? I see that a PCT is not necessary for women, but I wouldn't mind liver support or something to be on the safe side. Milk thistle was talked about on another sub, but I'm still looking in PCTs.
I guess my biggest issue (other than maybe being confused), is I don't know whether I should try to cut, bulk, or just recomp. I had been thinking trying to seriously cut my last few pounds and then try a recomp cycle, but damn I hate being in a deficit and don't want to lose anything I've gained. I was leaning towards a recomp since I'm afraid of gaining fat.
I also see that some sources have powders and liquids. Many seem to lean to the liquid, is there any reason? I'm not into giving myself shots, so no to injections. (Unless you want to help me pin in the ally behind my gym. That's not sketchy at all. Kidding, there's no ally behind my gym).
Lastly, payment methods. Is P2P a good idea for this, or would you suggest crypto, like Bitcoins? I see some people here talking about paying with their personal card. Cryptocurrency seems much safer, but also very complicated and a lot is "in the air" right now on whether it really is more private.
Personal Info (in case it matters):
I am 5 ' 4.75" (164.4 cm) and usually weigh in slightly below 120 lbs (54.4 kg). I have been working out consistently since 2017, but have been focusing on weightlifting for the last year. I haven't changed weight much since, and though my strength has increased, I was wanting wayyyyy more results than I have achieved.
I am vegan, but get 120 grams of protein a day, track my micros and macros, and eat clean. Well, except maybe fries once every month or two. I burn about 16,400 to 17,400 calories a week, while eating about 12,000 to maintain a deficit. This information is from my fitbit, so I feel like it's off by about 1-200 calories a day, but it may not be. I don't want to overeat and find out the hard way. I'm worried to increase my calories since I have some elusive stomach fat that I'm dying to get rid of. But I've been as low as 110-113 pounds and it was still there (I was only doing cardio). I do full body 4 times a week, with 2 days of "cardio".
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Beginning Help

Hello all!
I posted this on sarmssourcetalk but was recommended here. I don't know how to cross post, forgive me.
I've been creeping on the sub for a while now, and appreciate all the feedback you guys give to other members. I was hoping for some information as well and I'm sorry for being redundant. I have a couple of topics I wanted to read more about before I begin considering anything seriously. But there is so much out there and any sort of help would be much appreciated.
I read a book, "Sarms Matrix", and it seemed to have a lot of useful information put together. Are there any othe good reads you would suggest? I have a hard time understanding most of the science behind this stuff and wanted something that may help me make up my mind on whether a cycle would be a good idea for me.
In this book, it was recommended that for a Beginner Recomp, women should cycle Ostarine (25mg) with GW-501516 (10mg) for 8 weeks, followed by a PCT. The amount of reviews I have found for GW has been lackluster, and one of the only comments I have found on Reddit on GW stated this cycle wasn't really a great one and provided little results. On Meso, another forum, I saw one other comment that stated GW really helped him on a cut, but not much further detail.
Ostarine seems to be well liked, but the reading on LGD was pretty tempting. The book's recommended beginner bulk cycle was with LGD (5mg every other day) and RAD (10mg daily) for 8 weeks, with PCT. I saw people commenting in other places that RAD was not a good idea for women due to the side effects. Man, I want to get big and strong, but I don't want the jawline or voice that sometimes comes with it. (I see that sometimes people say these side effects are only with anabolics, but I would rather not test it out). Anyway, what are your thoughts on this? I see that a PCT is not necessary for women, but I wouldn't mind liver support or something to be on the safe side. Milk thistle was talked about on another sub, but I'm still looking in PCTs.
I guess my biggest issue (other than maybe being confused), is I don't know whether I should try to cut, bulk, or just recomp. I had been thinking trying to seriously cut my last few pounds and then try a recomp cycle, but damn I hate being in a deficit and don't want to lose anything I've gained. I was leaning towards a recomp since I'm afraid of gaining fat.
I also see that some sources have powders and liquids. Many seem to lean to the liquid, is there any reason? I'm not into giving myself shots, so no to injections. (Unless you want to help me pin in the ally behind my gym. That's not sketchy at all. Kidding, there's no ally behind my gym).
Lastly, payment methods. Is P2P a good idea for this, or would you suggest crypto, like Bitcoins? I see some people talking about paying with their personal card. Cryptocurrency seems much safer, but also very complicated and a lot is "in the air" right now on whether it really is more private. If any of you have a good link to using Crypto I would much appreciate more information. I almost feel like I need to keep a burner phone and change my identity for even considering sarms/steroids.
I did not talk much about steroids in my first post, but I would be willing to hear about these recommendations as well.
Personal Info (in case it matters):
I am 5 ' 4.75" (164.4 cm) and usually weigh in slightly below 120 lbs (54.4 kg). I have been working out consistently since 2017, but have been focusing on weightlifting for the last year. I haven't changed weight much since, and though my strength has increased, I was wanting wayyyyy more results than I have achieved.
I am vegan, but get 120 grams of protein a day, track my micros and macros, and eat clean. Well, except maybe fries once every month or two. I burn about 16,400 to 17,400 calories a week, while eating about 12,000 to maintain a deficit. This information is from my fitbit, so I feel like it's off by about 1-200 calories a day, but it may not be. I don't want to overeat and find out the hard way. I'm worried to increase my calories since I have some elusive stomach fat that I'm dying to get rid of. But I've been as low as 110-113 pounds and it was still there (I was only doing cardio). I do full body 4 times a week, with 2 days of "cardio".
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Proof of Life

Proof of Life
Introducing ismikekomaranskydead.com, a website that announces whether or not I am dead based on my heartbeat as measured by a Fitbit Ionic, and whose data is stored on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.
I wear a watch that measures my heartbeat. If my heart is beating while I am wearing the watch, and if my watch is paired to a device connected to the internet, then every 100 heartbeats a script will automatically send a transaction to myself on the BCH blockchain. Included in the OP_RETURN of the transaction is some data including a timestamp and my heart rate.
This means at any point in the future you can query the blockchain to see if at a given time I was alive or dead. The data is immutable but not trustless: you can't change my logged heart rate, and you'll just have to trust that I am the one wearing my watch.
Finally, do not presume that I am dead if heartbeats aren't reaching the blockchain. It could just be that I took the watch off to charge it, or I'm in a place with bad internet connection.
This project was made possible by using Bitcoin Cash, the Bitcoin on which you can actually build stuff. Thanks to JT for doing the programming. If you like this project, check out Blitz, which is slightly more useful. If you want to buy Bitcoin Cash OTC, I recommend contacting Grapefruit Trading who should provide good prices as long as I am alive.
Here are the transactions on the blockchain!
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IoT Testing !!!

IoT is a whole ecosystem that contains intelligent devices equipped with sensors (sensors) that provide remote control, storage, transmission and security of data. The Internet of Things (IoT) is an innovative solution in various areas such as healthcare, insurance, labor protection, logistics, ecology, etc. To unleash the full potential of using IoT devices, it is necessary to solve many problems related to standards, security, architecture, ecosystem construction, channels and device connection protocols. Today in the world, large organizations such as NIST, IEEE, ISO / IEC, and others make enormous efforts in addressing the issues of standardization, security, and the architecture of developed devices. Analysis of recent scientific research in the field of solving information security issues and data privacy of IoT devices showed positive results, but these methods and approaches are based on traditional methods of network security. The development and application of security mechanisms for IoT devices is a complex and heterogeneous task. In this regard, ensuring information security and the protection of sensitive data, as well as the availability of IoT devices, is the main purpose of writing this article. Given the above, many questions arise related to the security status of IoT devices, namely: What are the current standards and protocols for IoT? What are the requirements for ensuring information security of IoT devices? What security mechanisms do IoT devices have? What methods of testing IoT devices exist? Manufacturers and developers of IoT devices do not pay enough attention to security issues. With the development of cyber-attacks, attack vectors are becoming more sophisticated and aimed at several infrastructure elements at the same time. IoT infrastructure typically includes millions of connected objects and devices that store and share confidential information. Scenarios of theft and fraud, such as hacking and falsifying personal data, pose a serious threat to such IoT devices. Most IoT devices use the public Internet to exchange data, which makes them vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Modern approaches to information security often offer solutions to individual problems, when multi-level approaches offer increased resistance to cyber-attacks.
Challenges of testing IoT devices
To a request to name essential items, many would answer: food, a roof over your head, clothes … With one caveat: this was the case in the last century.
Since then, the species Homo Sapiens has accumulated needs. We need automatic sensors to control the lighting, not just switches, for smart systems to monitor health and car traffic. The list goes on … In general, we can make life easier and better.
Let’s try to figure out how all this Internet of things works before moving on to testing.
IoT testing
Content
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? Examples of IoT devices # 1) Wearable technology: # 2) Infrastructure and development # 3) Health Technologies that are present in IoT IoT Testing # 1) Usability: # 2) IoT Security: # 3) Network features: # 4) Efficiency: # 5) Compatibility testing: # 6) Pilot testing: # 7) Check for compliance: # 8) Testing updates: IoT testing challenges # 1) Hard / soft # 2) Device Interaction Model # 3) Testing data coming in real time # 4) UI # 5) Network Availability IoT Testing Tools # 1) Software: # 2) Hard: Total What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? The Internet of things (or IoT) is a network that combines many objects: vehicles, home automation, medical equipment, microchips, etc. All these constituent elements accumulate and transmit data. Through this technology, the user controls the devices remotely.

Examples of IoT devices

# 1) Wearable technology: Fitbit Fitness Bracelets and Apple Watch smart watches sync seamlessly with other mobile devices.

IoT – watches and bracelets

Itís easier to collect health information: heart rate, body activity during sleep, etc.
# 2) Infrastructure and development The CitySense app analyzes lighting data online and turns lights on and off automatically. There are applications that control traffic lights or report on the availability of parking lots.
# 3) Health Some health monitoring systems are used in hospitals. The basis of their work is indicative data. These services control the dosage of drugs at different times of the day. For example, the UroSense application monitors the level of fluid in the body and, if necessary, increases this level. And doctors will learn about patient information wirelessly.
Technologies that are present in IoT RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), EPC (Electronic Product Code) NFC (ìNear Field Communicationî) provides two-way communication between devices. This technology is present in smartphones and is used for contactless transactions.
Bluetooth It is widely used in situations where near-field communication is sufficient. Most often present in wearable devices. Z-Wave. Low frequency RF technology. Most often used for home automation, lighting control, etc. WiFi. The most popular network for IoT (file, data and message transfer). IoT Testing Consider an example : a medical system that monitors health status, heart rate, fluid content, and sends reports to healthcare providers. Data is displayed in the system; archives available. And doctors are already deciding whether to take medication for the patient remotely.
IoT architecture
There are several approaches for testing the IoT architecture.
# 1) Usability: It is necessary to provide usability testing of each device. A medical device that monitors your health should be portable.
Sufficiently thought out equipment is needed that would send not only notifications, but also error messages, warnings, etc. The system must have an option that captures events, so that the end user understands. If this is not possible, event information is stored in the database. The ability to process data and exchange tasks between devices is carefully checked. # 2) IoT Security: Data is at the heart of all connected devices. Therefore, unauthorized access during data transfer is not ruled out. From the point of view of software testing, it is necessary to check how secure / encrypted the data is. If there is a UI, you need to check if it is password protected. # 3) Network features: Network connectivity and IoT functionality are critical. After all, we are talking about a system that is used for health purposes. Two main aspects are tested: The presence of a network , the possibility of data transfer (whether jobs are transferred from one device to another without any hitch). The scenario when there is no connection . Regardless of the level of reliability of the system, it is likely that the status of the system will be ìofflineî. If the network is unavailable, employees of the hospital or other organization need to know about it (notifications). Thus, they will be able to monitor the condition of the patient themselves, and not wait for the system to work. On the other hand, in such systems there is usually a mechanism that saves data if the system is offline. That is, data loss is eliminated. # 4) Efficiency: It is necessary to take into account the extent to which the healthcare solution is applicable in specific conditions. In testing, from 2 to 10 patients participate, data is transmitted to 10-20 devices. If the entire hospital is connected to the network, this is already 180-200 patients. That is, there will be more actual data than test data. In addition, it is necessary to test the utility for monitoring the system: current load, power consumption, temperature, etc. # 5) Compatibility testing: This item is always present in the plan for testing the IoT system. The compatibility of different versions of operating systems, browser types and their respective versions, devices of different generations, communication modes [for example, Bluetooth 2.0, 3.0] is extremely important for IoT. # 6) Pilot testing: Pilot testing is a mandatory point of the test plan. Only tests in the laboratory will allow us to conclude that the system is functional. In pilot testing, the number of users is limited. They make manipulations with the application and express their opinion. These comments turn out to be very helpful, they make a reliable application. # 7) Check for compliance: The system, which monitors the state of health, undergoes many compliance checks. It also happens that a software product passes all stages of testing, but fails the final test for compliance [testing is carried out by the regulatory body]. It is more advisable to check for compliance with norms and standards before starting the development cycle. # 8) Testing updates: IoT is a combination of many protocols, devices, operating systems, firmware, hardware, network layers, etc. When an update occurs – be it a system or something else of the above – rigorous regression testing is required. The overall strategy is being amended to avoid the difficulties associated with the upgrade.

IoT testing challengesIoT testing

# 1) Hard / soft IoT is an architecture in which software and hardware components are closely intertwined. Not only software is important, but also hard: sensors, gateways, etc.
Functional testing alone will not be enough to certify the system. All components are interdependent. IoT is much more complicated than simpler systems [only software or only hard].
# 2) Device Interaction Model Components of the network must interact in real time or close to real. All this becomes a single whole – hence the additional difficulties associated with IoT (security, backward compatibility and updates).
# 3) Testing data coming in real time Obtaining this data is extremely difficult. The matter is complicated by the fact that the system, as in the described case, may relate to the health sector.
# 4) UI An IoT network usually consists of different devices that are controlled by different platforms [iOS, Android, Windows, linux]. Testing is possible only on some devices, since testing on all possible devices is almost impossible.
# 5) Network Availability Network connectivity plays an important role in IoT. The data rate is increasing. IoT architecture should be tested under various connection conditions, at different speeds. Virtual network emulators in most cases are used to diversify network load, connectivity, stability, and other elements of load testing . But the evidence is always new scenarios, and the testing team does not know where the difficulties will arise in the future.

IoT Testing ToolsIoT and software

There are many tools that are used in testing IoT systems.
They are classified depending on the purpose:
# 1) Software: Wireshark : An open source tool. Used to monitor traffic in the interface, source / given host address, etc. Tcpdump : This tool does a similar job. The utility does not have a GUI, its interface is the command line. It enables the user to flash TCP / IP and other packets that are transmitted over the network. # 2) Hard: JTAG Dongle: A tool similar to debuggers in PC applications. Allows you to find defects in the code of the target platform and shows the changes step by step. Digital Storage Oscilloscope : checks various events using time stamps, power outages, signal integrity. Software Defined Radio : emulates a transmitter and receiver for various wireless gateways. IoT is an emerging market and many opportunities. In the foreseeable future, the Internet of things will become one of the main areas of work for tester teams. Network devices, smart gadget applications, communication modules – all this plays an important role in the study and evaluation of various services.
Total The approach to testing IoT may vary depending on the specific system / architecture.
Itís difficult to test IoT, but at the same time itís an interesting job, since testers have a good place to swing – there are many devices, protocols and operating systems.
PS You should try out the TAAS format (“tests from the user’s point of view”), and not just fulfill the formal requirements.
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Smart watches, baby-sitters, wireless gadgets and devices such as, for example, a portable radio station have long been part of everyday life.
Hackers have already proven that many of these attacks on IoT are possible.
Many people in general first learned about IoT security threats when they heard about the Mirai botnet in September 2016.
According to some estimates, Mirai infected about 2.5 million IoT devices, including printers, routers and cameras connected to the Internet.
The botnetís creators used it to launch distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, including an attack on the KrebsonSecurity cybersecurity blog.
In fact, the attackers used all devices infected with Mirai to try to connect to the target site at the same time, in the hope of suppressing the servers and preventing access to the site.
Since Mirai was first published on the news, attackers launched other botnet attacks on IoT, including Reaper and Hajime.
Experts say that such attacks are most likely in the future.
The Internet of Things (IoT) can bring many advantages to modern life, but it also has one huge drawback: security threats.
In its 2018 IOT forecasts, Forroter Research notes: ìSecurity threats are a major concern for companies deploying IoT solutions – in fact, this is the main task of organizations looking to deploy IoT solutions.
However, most firms do not regularly prevent IoT-specific security threats, and business pressure suppresses technical security issues. î
IoT security risks can be even more significant on the consumer side, where people are often unaware of potential threats and what they should do to avoid threats.
A 2017 IoT security survey sponsored by Gemalto Security Provider found that only 14 percent of consumers surveyed consider themselves IoT-aware.
This number is particularly noteworthy because 54 percent of the respondents owned an average of four IoT devices.
And these IoT security threats are not just theoretical.
Hackers and cybercriminals have already found ways to compromise many IoT devices and networks, and experts say that successful attacks are likely to increase.
Forrester predicted: “In 2018, we will see more attacks related to IoT … except that they will increase in scale and loss.”
What types of IoT security threats will enterprises and consumers face in 2018?
Based on historical precedent, here are ten of the most likely types of attacks.
  1. Botnets and DDoS attacks
  2. Remote recording The possibility that attackers can hack IoT devices and record owners without their knowledge is not revealed as a result of the work of hackers, but as a result of the work of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Documents released by WikiLeaks implied that the spy agency knew about dozens of zero-day exploits for IoT devices, but did not disclose errors, because they hoped to use vulnerabilities to secretly record conversations that would reveal the actions of alleged opponents of America.
Documents pointed to vulnerabilities in smart TVs, as well as on Android and iOS smartphones.
The obvious consequence is that criminals can also exploit these vulnerabilities for their vile purposes.
  1. Spam In January 2014, one of the first known attacks using IoT devices used more than 100,000 Internet-connected devices, including televisions, routers, and at least one smart refrigerator to send 300,000 spam emails per day.
The attackers sent no more than 10 messages from each device, which makes it very difficult to block or determine the location of the incident.
This first attack was not far from the last.
IoT spam attacks continued in the fall with the Linux.ProxyM IoT botnet.
  1. APTs In recent years, advanced persistent threats (APTs) have become a serious concern for security professionals.
APTs are carried out by funded and widespread attackers such as nation states or corporations that launch complex cyberattacks that are difficult to prevent or mitigate.
For example, the Stuxnet worm, which destroyed Iranian nuclear centrifuges and hacking Sony Pictures 2014, was attributed to nation states.
Because the critical infrastructure is connected to the Internet, many experts warn that APTs may launch a power-oriented IoT attack, industrial control systems, or other systems connected to the Internet.
Some even warn that terrorists could launch an attack on iOT, which could harm the global economy.
  1. Ransomware Ransomware has become too common on home PCs and corporate networks. Now experts say that it is only a matter of time before the attackers begin to block smart devices. Security researchers have already demonstrated the ability to install ransomware on smart thermostats. For example, they can raise the temperature to 95 degrees and refuse to return it to its normal state until the owner agrees to pay a ransom in Bitcoins. They can also launch similar attacks on garage doors, vehicles, or even appliances. How much would you pay to unlock your smart coffee pot first thing in the morning?
  2. Data theft Obtaining important data, such as customer names, credit card numbers, social security numbers, and other personal information, is still one of the main goals of cyber attacks.
IoT devices represent a whole new vector of attack for criminals looking for ways to invade corporate or home networks.
For example, if an improperly configured device or IoT sensor is connected to corporate networks, this can give attackers a new way to enter the network and potentially find the valuable data that they need.
  1. Home theft As smart locks and smart garage doors become more commonplace, it is also more likely that cybercriminals can become real thieves.
Home systems that are not properly protected can be vulnerable to criminals with sophisticated tools and software.
Security researchers are unlikely to have shown that itís quite easy to break into a house through smart locks from several different manufacturers, and smart garage doors do not seem to be much safer.
  1. Communication with children One of the most disturbing IoT security stories came from children.
One couple discovered that the stranger not only used his monitor for children to spy on their three-year-old son, this stranger also spoke with his child through the device.
Mother heard an unknown voice: ìWake up, boy, dad is looking for you,î and the child said that he was scared because at night someone was talking to him on an electronic device.
As more and more children’s gadgets and toys connect to the Internet, it seems likely that these frightening scenarios may become more common.
  1. Remote control of a vehicle As vehicles become smarter and more accessible on the Internet, they also become vulnerable to attack.
Hackers have shown that they can take control of a jeep, maximize air conditioning, change the radio station, start the wipers, and ultimately slow down the car.
The news led to the recall of 1.4 million cars, but whitehat researchers, following the original exploit, said they discovered additional vulnerabilities that were not fixed by the Chrysler patch applied to the recalled cars.
Although experts say the automotive industry is doing a great job of ensuring vehicle safety, it is almost certain that attackers will find new vulnerabilities in such smart cars.
  1. Personal attacks Sometimes IoT covers more than just devices – it can also include people who have connected medical devices implanted in their bodies.
An episode of the television series Homeland attempted a murder aimed at an implanted medical device, and former vice president Dick Cheney was so worried about this scenario that he turned off the wireless capabilities on his implanted defibrillator.
This kind of attack has not yet happened in real life, but it remains possible, as many medical devices become part of the IoT.
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For Trading Dec 12 Market Update

Market Strategies Newsletter - Special Daily Edition
For Trading December 12th
FED DAY - A Yawn
Trump Impeachment Nobody Cares
LULU Beats – But Falls
Join Us Every Day, Link Below
Today’s market was another boring affair with the Fed leaving rates unchanged, sending rates slightly lower and dragging the financials with them, while energy was weak after a larger than expected build in inventories. The DJIA was kept in check by BA getting more bad news from a whistleblower and the FAA saying that the 737MAX will not be recertified in 2019. The stock recovered from a low of $338.50 to close $349.50 +1.60, but HD gave 2020 guidance well under expectations and fell another $3.80 and CVX took an $11Billion write-down on gas properties and fell $1.67. We opened lower and fell to the lows -80 around 11:15 and then spent several hours going sideways and after the Fed announcement started up and by 2:15 we were back to unchanged. We made the high +44 just before the close and finished +29.58 (.11%), NASDAQ +37.87 (.44$), S&P 500 +9.11 (.29%), the Russell +.21, and the DJ Transports +49.02 (.46%). A/D was 9:5 on NYSE and 17:14 on NAZ. The DJIA was split 15:15 and the biggest loser was HD -26 DPs. There were 4 double-digit gainers with AAPL +16, BA +14, UTX +13 and DIS +10DPs. AAPL got 2 more upgrades with a new high price objective of $305.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: We started with the news from Children’s Place PLCE with an argument that the $76 Million acquisition of the Gymboree IP in March may turn out to be sidetracked by Target’s entrée into the space. The stock fell back to 2016 lows, closing $54.52 -16.35 (23.14%). Madrigal Pharma fell on the news that a 1.2million share secondary was priced @ $107.85 by funds affiliated with Bay City Capital. The sale does not benefit the company and it will receive none of the proceeds. The stock fell to $99.08 -19.42 (16.39%). Also this morning, Citron, the noted short-seller put out a sell rec on PTON, with a price objective of $5.00. They find fault with the Internet offering of the program for non-owners of the $2,245 bike, priced at $12.99 a “flawed business plan” when the owners of the equipment pay $39.00 for the “connected fitness plan” and consider the company in the same category as GoPro and Fitbit. The IPO, one of the least successful of late had priced at $29, well below its target range and then gapped down and fell to $21 in the next several days. It had clawed its way back to trade as high as $37.02 before reversing and falling back to $29.87 today, a 3-day decline from $35.35 on a poorly received TV ad. My personal feeling is that $2400 for something that has a good shot of turning into a spot to hang clothes is a touch high, and while NYC gyms are substantially more expensive, if you want to go to Planet Fitness for $10/month, you can take all the spinning classes you want.
After the close, LULU, a true darling this year, moving from $118 to a new high of $235.50 today (basically a double) reported a beat of forecasts, with inline revenues, but was at the low end of expectations. The stock fell from the close of $233.19 to a low of $215 before finishing the session $222.66 -10.53 or 4.6%.
Also reporting was Tailored Brands (TLRD), the combination of Men’s Wearhouse and Joseph A. Bank. The loss of $1.80/ share was in contrast to the forecast earnings of $ .40 -.45. This is the ill-fated merger, second only to Sears-Kmart, of two retailers that were dominated by the Jos A. Bank buy 1, get 7 suits free model. The stock, which had a high of $66.18 in 2015 finished the day today $4.85, and then traded lower to finish $4.67.
BIOPHARMA: was MIXED with BIIB -5.20 (1.75%), ABBV +.19, REGN +5.85 (1.59%), ISRG -.58, MYL +.12, TEVA +.11, VRTX -.27, BHC +.06, INCY -.83, ICPT +4.48 (3.9%), LABU -2.40, and IBB $119.48 -.62 (.52%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -.30, CGC +.21, CRON +.01, GWPH +.42, ACB -.05, PYX -.16, APHA -.05, NBEV +.07, ACRGF -.01, CIRLF -.04, KERN -.19 and MJ $16.97 -.10 (.59%).
DEFENSE: was HIGHER with LMT +2.56, RTN +1.29, GD -1.21, TXT -.19, NOC +3.52, UTX +1.90, BWXT +1.38, TDY +3.76, AND ITA $228.00 +1.47 (.65%).
RETAIL was LOWER with M -.01, JWN -.20, KSS -.34, DDS -3.69 (5.16%), JCP -.04, WMT -.09, TGT -.02, TJX +.12, KR +.18, RL -2.37, UAA -.09, LULU (SEE ABOVE), TOR +.29, CPRI +.22, and XRT $44.60 -.31 (.69%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were HIGHER with GOOGL +2.11, AMZN +10.79, AAPL +2.57, FB +1.53, NFLX +1.88, NVDA +3.42, TSLA +5.74, BABA +4.20, BIDU +1.72, BOX -.18, IBM +.06, BA +1.60, CAT +1.13, and XLK $87.96 +.59 (.68%).
FINANCIALS were MIXED with GS - .01, JPM - .01, BAC - .02, MS -.05, C +.45, PNC +1.90, AIG -.59, TRV +.09, AXP +.44 and XLF $30.30 +.01 (.03%).
OIL, $58.76 - .48. Today’s action was mostly just a quiet day for Oil and the other energy markets. Weakness in crude, caused by a larger than expected build in supplies was the influence. Nat Gas was a shade lower and the stocks were mixed. I’m still interested in getting long UNG, but I’d like to see a bit of stability first, or at least a test of yesterday’s low. XLE was $59.67 -.10 (.17%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,475 + 6.90. We have fallen right back down to the most recent, and most important area of support around $1,450. I think we can see another test of $1,490 -$1,500 again. Current range is between 1450 -1490.
BITCOIN: closed $7,175 -40. We broke to the upside but ran into a brick wall just under $8,000. After having a GTC order @ $9.85 since we sold on 11/5, we finally got filled on the first 350 shares. I will add another 400 either higher or lower. GBTC closed $8.63 - .02 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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For Trading Dec 12: Market Update

Market Strategies Newsletter - Special Daily Edition
For Trading December 12th
FED DAY - A Yawn
Trump Impeachment Nobody Cares
LULU Beats – But Falls
Join Us Every Day, Link Below
Today’s market was another boring affair with the Fed leaving rates unchanged, sending rates slightly lower and dragging the financials with them, while energy was weak after a larger than expected build in inventories. The DJIA was kept in check by BA getting more bad news from a whistleblower and the FAA saying that the 737MAX will not be recertified in 2019. The stock recovered from a low of $338.50 to close $349.50 +1.60, but HD gave 2020 guidance well under expectations and fell another $3.80 and CVX took an $11Billion write-down on gas properties and fell $1.67. We opened lower and fell to the lows -80 around 11:15 and then spent several hours going sideways and after the Fed announcement started up and by 2:15 we were back to unchanged. We made the high +44 just before the close and finished +29.58 (.11%), NASDAQ +37.87 (.44$), S&P 500 +9.11 (.29%), the Russell +.21, and the DJ Transports +49.02 (.46%). A/D was 9:5 on NYSE and 17:14 on NAZ. The DJIA was split 15:15 and the biggest loser was HD -26 DPs. There were 4 double-digit gainers with AAPL +16, BA +14, UTX +13 and DIS +10DPs. AAPL got 2 more upgrades with a new high price objective of $305.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: We started with the news from Children’s Place PLCE with an argument that the $76 Million acquisition of the Gymboree IP in March may turn out to be sidetracked by Target’s entrée into the space. The stock fell back to 2016 lows, closing $54.52 -16.35 (23.14%). Madrigal Pharma fell on the news that a 1.2million share secondary was priced @ $107.85 by funds affiliated with Bay City Capital. The sale does not benefit the company and it will receive none of the proceeds. The stock fell to $99.08 -19.42 (16.39%). Also this morning, Citron, the noted short-seller put out a sell rec on PTON, with a price objective of $5.00. They find fault with the Internet offering of the program for non-owners of the $2,245 bike, priced at $12.99 a “flawed business plan” when the owners of the equipment pay $39.00 for the “connected fitness plan” and consider the company in the same category as GoPro and Fitbit. The IPO, one of the least successful of late had priced at $29, well below its target range and then gapped down and fell to $21 in the next several days. It had clawed its way back to trade as high as $37.02 before reversing and falling back to $29.87 today, a 3-day decline from $35.35 on a poorly received TV ad. My personal feeling is that $2400 for something that has a good shot of turning into a spot to hang clothes is a touch high, and while NYC gyms are substantially more expensive, if you want to go to Planet Fitness for $10/month, you can take all the spinning classes you want.
After the close, LULU, a true darling this year, moving from $118 to a new high of $235.50 today (basically a double) reported a beat of forecasts, with inline revenues, but was at the low end of expectations. The stock fell from the close of $233.19 to a low of $215 before finishing the session $222.66 -10.53 or 4.6%.
Also reporting was Tailored Brands (TLRD), the combination of Men’s Wearhouse and Joseph A. Bank. The loss of $1.80/ share was in contrast to the forecast earnings of $ .40 -.45. This is the ill-fated merger, second only to Sears-Kmart, of two retailers that were dominated by the Jos A. Bank buy 1, get 7 suits free model. The stock, which had a high of $66.18 in 2015 finished the day today $4.85, and then traded lower to finish $4.67.
BIOPHARMA: was MIXED with BIIB -5.20 (1.75%), ABBV +.19, REGN +5.85 (1.59%), ISRG -.58, MYL +.12, TEVA +.11, VRTX -.27, BHC +.06, INCY -.83, ICPT +4.48 (3.9%), LABU -2.40, and IBB $119.48 -.62 (.52%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -.30, CGC +.21, CRON +.01, GWPH +.42, ACB -.05, PYX -.16, APHA -.05, NBEV +.07, ACRGF -.01, CIRLF -.04, KERN -.19 and MJ $16.97 -.10 (.59%).
DEFENSE: was HIGHER with LMT +2.56, RTN +1.29, GD -1.21, TXT -.19, NOC +3.52, UTX +1.90, BWXT +1.38, TDY +3.76, AND ITA $228.00 +1.47 (.65%).
RETAIL was LOWER with M -.01, JWN -.20, KSS -.34, DDS -3.69 (5.16%), JCP -.04, WMT -.09, TGT -.02, TJX +.12, KR +.18, RL -2.37, UAA -.09, LULU (SEE ABOVE), TOR +.29, CPRI +.22, and XRT $44.60 -.31 (.69%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were HIGHER with GOOGL +2.11, AMZN +10.79, AAPL +2.57, FB +1.53, NFLX +1.88, NVDA +3.42, TSLA +5.74, BABA +4.20, BIDU +1.72, BOX -.18, IBM +.06, BA +1.60, CAT +1.13, and XLK $87.96 +.59 (.68%).
FINANCIALS were MIXED with GS - .01, JPM - .01, BAC - .02, MS -.05, C +.45, PNC +1.90, AIG -.59, TRV +.09, AXP +.44 and XLF $30.30 +.01 (.03%).
OIL, $58.76 - .48. Today’s action was mostly just a quiet day for Oil and the other energy markets. Weakness in crude, caused by a larger than expected build in supplies was the influence. Nat Gas was a shade lower and the stocks were mixed. I’m still interested in getting long UNG, but I’d like to see a bit of stability first, or at least a test of yesterday’s low. XLE was $59.67 -.10 (.17%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,475 + 6.90. We have fallen right back down to the most recent, and most important area of support around $1,450. I think we can see another test of $1,490 -$1,500 again. Current range is between 1450 -1490.
BITCOIN: closed $7,175 -40. We broke to the upside but ran into a brick wall just under $8,000. After having a GTC order @ $9.85 since we sold on 11/5, we finally got filled on the first 350 shares. I will add another 400 either higher or lower. GBTC closed $8.63 - .02 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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Bit-coin investment just *almost* achieved 0% return in 3 years

According to this inflation calculator, the bitstamp ATH of $1163 in 2013 was worth the same as $1233.67 in 2016. The price on bitstamp just missed that target by $2.67, before retreating to $1214.
But butters should not despair. There is no reason why it can't get to $100'000 next week..,
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Why You Need a Productivity Plan in a Changing World

Why You Need a Productivity Plan in a Changing World

Spoiler Alert: You Can Be Busy But Not Productive

https://preview.redd.it/n40bzey6azi31.jpg?width=1710&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=53ea31fc6b618b83e5d0ecbe0c64eb12080ec5eb
It’s always interesting to try to imagine what the future will bring.
The Jetsons cartoon show, based in the year 2062, envisioned a future where robots do all the housework, cars fold up to the size of a briefcase, and much of what we need is automated.
We’ve got forty more years to see how that turns out. The movie Bladerunner, set in 2019, envisioned a future where rogue replicants were virtually indistinguishable from humans.
Back to the Future II, set in 2015, predicted hover cars, self-lacing Nikes, and food re-hydrators. The film 2001: A Space Odyssey predicted a colonized moon by 2001.
While predictions of the future are often wrong, what we know is that the present will change dramatically in a short period of time.
The more technology advances, the more the business environment must advance with it. If you aren’t paying attention, you may just get left behind.
You need a productivity plan.
Consider this list of things that didn’t exist fifteen years ago:
  • iPhone
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • iPad
  • Netflix streaming
  • Google Maps
  • Snapchat
  • Spotify
  • Android
  • Uber
  • Lyft
  • Alexa
  • Airbnb
  • App Store
  • Google Chrome
  • WhatsApp
  • Fitbit
  • Waze
  • Slack
  • Square
  • Dropbox
  • Pinterest
  • Venmo
  • Bitcoin
  • Hulu
  • Kindle
The lesson for an InSPIRED leader is this: change is inevitable and you can either get left behind or develop a plan for growth that puts you in the best place for success.
Stand still and you’ll be outpaced rather quickly. But if you’re nimble enough to move wisely with the changing times, you are in a position to grow with them.
But this lesson comes with a warning.

Tyranny of the Urgent vs. a Productivity Plan

There’s a mistaken notion that being busy is the same thing as being productive. It’s the tyranny of the urgent in action.
By responding to the urgent, we tend to neglect the really important things in life—production capacity, personal growth, striving to make a difference, living a life of adventure, building a family, or crafting a leadership legacy.
In the movie The Shawshank Redemption, Red, “the guy who can get anything,” says, “Get busy living, or get busy dying.”
In a counterintuitive way, busyness may seem productive, but it can actually be a distraction that slows you down. When you don’t invest time to put first things first, you’ll fall behind faster and struggle to catch up.
The truth is many people don’t know how to adapt when things change, so they remain still, embracing the madness they know. However, nothing in life remains still.
If you’re not intentionally growing, developing, and moving, you’re not standing still—you’re getting left behind. That’s why you need a productivity plan.

No One Gets Productive by Accident

I’ve spent my fair share of time in airports around the world. Have you ever paid attention to what happens when you step on one of the “moving sidewalks” between concourses?
These giant conveyor belts run silently in the floor, moving people along at about 1.4 miles per hour. The average person walking briskly (as you might expect in an airport) moves at about 3 miles per hour.
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So, if a person walks onto a moving sidewalk and continues a normal stride, he or she can go farther, faster.
But consider this. Suppose you and a friend are walking through the concourse together at a steady 3 miles an hour clip trying to make a connecting flight.
Your friend jumps on the moving sidewalk and keeps walking at his normal pace. You stop to find something in your carry-on, figuring you’ll just catch up in a minute. But when you look up, you can’t even see your friends in the crowd ahead. He’s gone, and you’ve been left behind.
Unfortunately, many people make this same mistake in leadership.
They set aside intentional development and think they can just catch up later. But when you stop, you stagnate. Stagnate long enough and you’ll die. There is no standing still in life.
You’re either moving forward or falling behind.

Spend Your Time Where You Want to Reap Results

So if you shouldn’t stay still, but you shouldn’t hop on the hamster wheel just for the sake of moving, what’s the answer?
It comes down to your priorities. Your to-do list is broken.
Spend time only on the urgent.
So where you spend your time? Are you taking advantage of the “moving sidewalks” or sitting against the wall waiting for the right moment to move. (HINT: you’ll be waiting forever.)
Where are you growing and where are you letting yourself stagnate? Don’t neglect it. Otherwise, the world will pass you by, and you’ll wonder where everybody went.
I’m not advocating hustle and grind 24/7 with no rest or relaxation.
I’m advocating an intentional, holistic productivity plan for developing every day in the midst of executing with excellence.
We can’t live in either ditch. We need results for today AND results for tomorrow.

Do you want a proven process for completing projects with excellence?

I’ve created a free R.A.C.E. Method™ Cheat Sheet to help leaders get things done!
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What are some fun API's to play with?

Been looking around for some API's to fiddle with. Came across the following:
What are your favourites? Extra karma for lesser known ones.

EDIT

The API's suggested so far: (upboats in the comments)
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Subreddit Stats: giftcardexchange top posts from 2011-01-04 to 2019-03-16 04:52 PDT

Period: 2992.96 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 12367
Rate (per day) 0.33 4.13
Unique Redditors 620 3223
Combined Score 7720 17263

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 492 points, 40 submissions: Fishering
    1. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing (63 points, 34 comments)
    2. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing (47 points, 39 comments)
    3. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing (AGAIN) (47 points, 43 comments)
    4. [H] Giveaway Amazon Gift Cards [W] You To Spread Holiday Spirit! (33 points, 47 comments)
    5. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] NOTHING (29 points, 48 comments)
    6. [H] $20 Amazon GC [W] NOTHING (again) (28 points, 147 comments)
    7. [H] Thanksgiving Pachinko Game Day 1 of 5 [W] You to win some of the $2650 in Prizes (23 points, 759 comments)
    8. [H] PayPal/Google Wallet/Square/Bitcoin [W] Gift Cards (22 points, 14 comments)
    9. [H] 5x$5 Amazon GCs [W] You To Have a Merry Little Christmas (11 points, 74 comments)
    10. [H] Lots of $1 Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing! (10 points, 23 comments)
  2. 132 points, 1 submission: luciphora
    1. [H] $10 Amazon GC [W] Your updoots (132 points, 176 comments)
  3. 109 points, 1 submission: Saikou0taku
    1. [H] $1.45 Bestbuy Giftcard [W] Goodwill/upvotes/to brighten your day $0 (Free) (109 points, 2 comments)
  4. 95 points, 6 submissions: yuv9
    1. [PSA] Moderator Account Compromised (25 points, 0 comments)
    2. [PSA] GCXrep Reopened + New flair mods (23 points, 79 comments)
    3. [PSA] Scam Alert (23 points, 40 comments)
    4. [PSA] Scam Alert - Help us by reporting shady accounts (12 points, 45 comments)
    5. [PSA] GCX Rep Maintenance + Reminders (7 points, 19 comments)
    6. [PSA] Free Background checks + reminders + news (5 points, 24 comments)
  5. 78 points, 4 submissions: ChamakhsUglyHaircut
    1. [H] 500th Trade Giveaway! [W] Nothing (51 points, 154 comments)
    2. [H] 500th Trade Giveaway Winners [W] Their Payment Info (13 points, 13 comments)
    3. PSA: Watch out for my Impersonator, ChamakhsUglyHairout (11 points, 5 comments)
    4. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon @ 90% (3 points, 38 comments)
  6. 78 points, 1 submission: Bluboon
    1. [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam (78 points, 55 comments)
  7. 65 points, 6 submissions: PenguinWithRabies
    1. [H] $5 Amazon GC [W] A Voodoo Doll of the Person Who Scammed Me Here Yesterday and/or $4.35 PayPal (27 points, 10 comments)
    2. [H] $3 US Amazon Code [W] Evil lair inside a volcano somewhere on the English countryside or PayPal (14 points, 13 comments)
    3. [H] $3 US Amazon GC [W] Working time machine in fair or better condition OR $2.50 Paypal (10 points, 9 comments)
    4. [H] $20 Uber eGift Card and $5 Amazon GC [W] $16 and $4.25 PayPal or Gene Wilder resurrected as my personal attack zombie for the combo. (7 points, 4 comments)
    5. [H] $5 Amazon GC [W] 4.30 CashApp / Zelle or Tasteful Recent Nudes of the Queen of England (4 points, 5 comments)
    6. [H] $15 Apple App Store / iTunes [W] Square CashApp / Zelle / Painful death of the bot that is going to automatically comment (3 points, 10 comments)
  8. 64 points, 7 submissions: linkandluke
    1. [PSA] My Paypal account got permanently limited because I sent money using "Friends and Family" (22 points, 198 comments)
    2. [PSA] This one is obvious but still linkandlukc is not me (13 points, 3 comments)
    3. [PSA] tkotejebe is on and currently trying to scam! (9 points, 7 comments)
    4. [H] paypal [W] Mcdonalds (6 points, 10 comments)
    5. [H] Paypal / Skrill [W] Amazon and Nintendo Eshop (or anything I can use to buy Eshop)! (5 points, 0 comments)
    6. [PSA] Setting up Google Wallet (GW), linking your bank, Sending/Receiving money and Transferring money! (5 points, 34 comments)
    7. [H] Paypal [W] Steam, Amazon Code(s) and Gamestop/EBGames (4 points, 11 comments)
  9. 53 points, 11 submissions: vyprus2208
    1. [H]$50 AUD PSN [70%]Paypal (9 points, 1 comment)
    2. [H] $50 USA PSN (2×$25) [W]80% Paypal (5 points, 8 comments)
    3. [H]$50 PSN Canada GC [W]80% Paypal (5 points, 5 comments)
    4. [H]$50 USA PSN GC [W]85% Paypal (5 points, 1 comment)
    5. [H]$50 USA PSN GC [W]85% Paypal (5 points, 14 comments)
    6. [H]Paypal [W] 10€ Paysafecard (5 points, 1 comment)
    7. [H]$20 USA PSN Giftcard [W]85% Paypal (4 points, 3 comments)
    8. [H]$25 Canada ITunes GC [W]85% Paypal (4 points, 1 comment)
    9. [H]$25 USA PSN GC [W] 85% Paypal (4 points, 4 comments)
    10. [H]€30 Steam Giftcard [W]85% Paypal (4 points, 1 comment)
  10. 53 points, 5 submissions: BigBen2010
    1. UPDATE: The Scammer List link has been updated to make it easier to recognize scammers (23 points, 11 comments)
    2. [H] Knowledge [W] You to know most things on eBay are 20% off for the next 7 hours (14 points, 6 comments)
    3. [H] $1 Paypal [W] $2 Dunkin cards (8 points, 11 comments)
    4. If you have a GCX Beginner flair but have 5 or more trades please leave a comment here (4 points, 275 comments)
    5. [H] $.75 PayPal [W] $2 Dunkin cards (4 points, 17 comments)
  11. 51 points, 6 submissions: aghuman1
    1. 10k subscriber giveaway! (21 points, 70 comments)
    2. aghumon1 is impersonating me (aghuman1), linking to my rep profile (7 points, 6 comments)
    3. [H] $100 Starbucks [W] $60 Paypal/$57 Bitcoin (6 points, 2 comments)
    4. [H] $50/$100 Starbucks [W] $30/$60 Paypal or $28/$56 Bitcoin (6 points, 7 comments)
    5. [H] Paypal, BTC [W] Amazon CANADA (6 points, 25 comments)
    6. [H] $1000 Amazon balance [W] Bitcoin/Crypto (5 points, 25 comments)
  12. 50 points, 1 submission: dylanplayspkmn
    1. [PSA] Fellow exchangers! Net Neutrality is up for repeal by the FCC. If it gets voted out, ISPs like Verizon have the right to block websites like Reddit, or charge for other websites like YouTube. (50 points, 6 comments)
  13. 44 points, 3 submissions: mn_sunny
    1. [PSA] Fake GCX Profiles -- Make sure to look at the URL! (30 points, 12 comments)
    2. [H] 90% Paypal [W] $80 Amazon (10 points, 10 comments)
    3. [H] 90% Paypal [W] $80 Amazon GC (4 points, 13 comments)
  14. 42 points, 6 submissions: mangaza
    1. [META] $20 Starbucks eGift Card for $10 via Cashstar Promotion (US only) (17 points, 8 comments)
    2. [PSA] 20% off GameStop, Toys R Us, Whole Foods Market and more Gift Cards (7 points, 10 comments)
    3. [H] $15 Fandango Tickets [W] $7.50 (5 points, 6 comments)
    4. [H] $15 Fandango Tickets [W] $7.50 (5 points, 31 comments)
    5. [H] Lots of $15 Fandango Tickets [W] $7 Google Wallet or $7 Amazon (4 points, 6 comments)
    6. [H] Uber $10 off next ride unique codes [W] $5 (4 points, 1 comment)
  15. 40 points, 8 submissions: CaliSweeper310
    1. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (6 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (6 points, 7 comments)
    3. [H] 2x $25 Domino's Pizza Gift card [W] 85% (5 points, 5 comments)
    4. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (5 points, 5 comments)
    5. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (5 points, 3 comments)
    6. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon & Walmart (5 points, 10 comments)
    7. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (4 points, 3 comments)
    8. [H] 80% PayPal, Google Pay, Square Cash and Zelle [W] Amazon (4 points, 9 comments)
  16. 38 points, 8 submissions: seeldoger47
    1. PSA: $15 off orders of $75 from eBay (7 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] Amazon, Bitcoin, Google Wallet, Paypal, Square Cash, & Venmo [W] Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.ca, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.fr, B&N, Best Buy, eBay, Gamestop, Gyft, and Target (6 points, 6 comments)
    3. [H] BCH, BTC, Circle, Google Wallet, ETH, LTC, Paypal, Skrill, Square, Venmo [W] Apple, Amazon (.ca | .co.uk | .com| .de | .es | .fr | .it), Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Dell, Delta, eBay, Gamestop, Google Play, Gyft, Home Depot, Hulu, iTunes, Lowes, Newegg, Target, Verizon, Walmart (6 points, 46 comments)
    4. [H] BTC, Circle Pay, Google Wallet, Ethereum, Paypal, Skrill, Square Cash, Venmo [W] Apple, Amazon (.co.uk | .de | .es |.it), Arrow Films, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Dell, Delta, eBay, Google Play, Gyft, Home Depot, HPB, Hulu, iTunes, Lowes, Newegg, Spotify, Target, Verizon, Walmart, Zavvi (5 points, 3 comments)
    5. [H] $75 (3 x $25) Amazon [W] Circle Pay, Google Wallet, Paypal, Square Cash, Venmo (4 points, 6 comments)
    6. [H] $75 (3 x $25) Amazon [W] Circle Pay, Google Wallet, Paypal, Square Cash, Venmo (4 points, 1 comment)
    7. [H] BCH, BTC, Circle, Google Wallet, ETH, LTC, Paypal, Skrill, Square, Venmo [W] Apple, Amazon (.ca | .co.uk | .com| .de | .es | .fr | .it), Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Dell, Delta, eBay, Gamestop, Google Play, Gyft, Home Depot, Hulu, iTunes, Lowes, Newegg, Target, Verizon, Walmart (3 points, 20 comments)
    8. [H] BTC, Circle Pay, Google Wallet, Ethereum, Paypal, Skrill, Square Cash, Venmo [W] Apple, Amazon (.ca | .co.uk | .com | .de | .fr | .es |.it), Arrow Films, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, B&H, Dell, eBay, Gyft, HPB, Hulu, Newegg, Target, Verizon, Walmart, Zavvi (3 points, 14 comments)
  17. 37 points, 2 submissions: ProblemHaters
    1. [PSA] Beware of my impersonator! (31 points, 15 comments)
    2. [H]$5 Amazon GC [W] Paypal (6 points, 1 comment)
  18. 36 points, 1 submission: iliketoworkhard
    1. Gentle reminder to people frequently shopping from amazon to use smile.amazon.com. (36 points, 5 comments)
  19. 35 points, 4 submissions: BKLCL
    1. [PSA] How to use GCXBot effectively and trade safely! (13 points, 15 comments)
    2. [Q] BrokeMember and I are thinking of starting a regular thread where we will raise donations for the mods to say thanks for all their hard work. More details are in the post; leave a comment for suggestions/if you are interested. (12 points, 32 comments)
    3. [H] Bot [W] Test Results (5 points, 18 comments)
    4. [PSA] You can use "!check usernames" to manually call the bot to generate user summaries for specific users! Click this post to go to my original bot post that describes how we, as a community, can come closer to eliminating impersonators from this subreddit! (5 points, 1 comment)
  20. 34 points, 3 submissions: undertale1997
    1. [PSA]PayPal now charges a flat fee of 3$/5$ for every transaction if you arent in the same country (17 points, 17 comments)
    2. [H]Giftcard of your choice for 5$ [W]Nothing well your comment anyway (12 points, 44 comments)
    3. [H]League of Legends Riot Points 3x10$ (30$) [W]70% PayPal (5 points, 12 comments)
  21. 33 points, 4 submissions: 555VS66
    1. [H] 1 free rental from redbox [w] nothing (19 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] 1 redbox rental [W] air (7 points, 2 comments)
    3. [H] 1 free rental from redbox [w] nothing (4 points, 3 comments)
    4. [H] 1 free rental from redbox [w] nothing (3 points, 3 comments)
  22. 32 points, 3 submissions: MrAahz
    1. [PSA] Where to Check Gift Card Balances (27 points, 16 comments)
    2. [H] eBay Spotify Riot Points eShop MORE! [W] CashApp Google BTC PayPal more (3 points, 10 comments)
    3. [H] Starbucks, Uber, Whole Foods, Southwest, Nordstrom, Safeway, Albertson's, Sephora, Airbnb, AMC, Regal, DSW [W] Google Pay, Crypto, Zelle or PayPal @ 89% (2 points, 5 comments)
  23. 31 points, 1 submission: Hokily
    1. [PSA] crack_cocaineee is a thief. he does not come through. i lost 20$ to him and am very upset. (31 points, 16 comments)
  24. 31 points, 1 submission: OKNoah
    1. [Q] Scammer is faking post replies and reputation. (31 points, 26 comments)
  25. 30 points, 8 submissions: YvngJxsh
    1. [H] $100 PSN [W] 85% Paypal (4 points, 6 comments)
    2. [H] $150 Itunes GC [W] Paypal (4 points, 4 comments)
    3. [H] $150 Itunes GC [W] Paypal or Bitcoin @75% OBO (4 points, 6 comments)
    4. [H] $175 Amazon GC Balance [W] 90% Paypal (4 points, 8 comments)
    5. [H] 80% Paypal [W] PSN CARDS (4 points, 6 comments)
    6. [H] PayPal [W] PSN Cards @80% (4 points, 3 comments)
    7. [H] $100 PSN (2 x $50) [W] 85% PayPal (3 points, 1 comment)
    8. [H] $175 Amazon GC Balance [W] Paypal (3 points, 3 comments)
  26. 30 points, 3 submissions: brokemember
    1. [PSA] Venmo - PayPal Alternative for US Traders (12 points, 41 comments)
    2. [Q] Donations for GCX (12 points, 43 comments)
    3. [PSA] Donations for GCX (6 points, 10 comments)
  27. 30 points, 2 submissions: GCXmods
    1. Welcome to /GiftCardExchange! We are currently closed for the holidays and will be back December 27th. Click here for a beginner's guide of how this all works! (17 points, 10 comments)
    2. [PSA] New Rules Regarding Amazon Balance (13 points, 21 comments)
  28. 27 points, 5 submissions: playingghost
    1. [H] $50 HelloFresh, $100 Nakedwines gcs [W] Happiness (7 points, 2 comments)
    2. [H] $75 Bestbuy GCs [W] 88% Paypal (6 points, 6 comments)
    3. [H] $75 GameStop gcs [W] 83-85% Paypal (6 points, 1 comment)
    4. [H] $400 Amazon balance [W] 90% Paypal (4 points, 6 comments)
    5. [H] $84.72 Bestbuy GCs [W] 88% Paypal (4 points, 2 comments)
  29. 25 points, 5 submissions: transcriptionPigeon
    1. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon | 88% Rate (7 points, 24 comments)
    2. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon GCs | 90% Rate (5 points, 47 comments)
    3. [PSA] Because scammers are impersonating me and other traders so often, here's what I'm thinking of doing... (5 points, 10 comments)
    4. [H] Verified US PayPal [W] Amazon Codes or Balance @ 90% Rate (4 points, 35 comments)
    5. [H] Verified US PayPal [W] Amazon Codes or Balance @ 90% Rate (4 points, 8 comments)
  30. 25 points, 3 submissions: rundmcc
    1. [PSA] Target - 10% Off Gift Cards Today (13 points, 11 comments)
    2. [PSA] Redbox - 35% off $10, 40% off $20 (7 points, 0 comments)
    3. [PSA] $5 Amazon Credit w/ $25 Amazon Gift Card Purchase (5 points, 6 comments)
  31. 25 points, 1 submission: CyberInferno
    1. [PSA] Toys R Us gift cards expire on April 14 (25 points, 1 comment)
  32. 23 points, 4 submissions: hellr4isEr
    1. [GIVEAWAY] $5 Target GC - Details inside (8 points, 41 comments)
    2. [GIVEAWAY] $5 Amazon GC - Details inside (6 points, 18 comments)
    3. [GIVEAWAY] Round 5 - $10 Walmart GC (5 points, 35 comments)
    4. [GIVEAWAY] Round 3 - $10 Target GC (4 points, 34 comments)
  33. 23 points, 3 submissions: mikewhoneedsabike
    1. [H] $1 venmo [W] Google Local Guide Atom Code (9 points, 47 comments)
    2. [H] $1 venmo [W] Google Local Guide Atom Code (9 points, 26 comments)
    3. [H] 50 cents Venmo/Google Wallet [W] T-Mobile Tuesday ATOM code (5 points, 9 comments)
  34. 23 points, 1 submission: shane1027
    1. [META] Can we please create a Confirmed Trade Thread or Sticky somehow? (23 points, 155 comments)
  35. 22 points, 4 submissions: isaihtb11
    1. [H] $9.25 PayPal [W] $1 Amazon (8 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] $1 Amazon GC [W] Nothing (5 points, 8 comments)
    3. [H]$50 PSN [W] 75% Google Wallet (5 points, 3 comments)
    4. [H] $110 PSN [W] 70% Google Wallet (4 points, 2 comments)
  36. 22 points, 1 submission: 0neg33k
    1. [Q] WARNING dkim324 a known scammer and is actively PMing people to try to scam them (22 points, 27 comments)
  37. 21 points, 4 submissions: Brooshie
    1. [H] PayPal [W] $20 Amazon.US GC (6 points, 7 comments)
    2. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon.US GC (5 points, 3 comments)
    3. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon.US GC (5 points, 8 comments)
    4. [H] PayPal [W] eBay GC (5 points, 1 comment)
  38. 21 points, 4 submissions: TheTimeMage
    1. [H] 85% PayPal [W] Amazon GC, eBay, Chilis, Chipotle, Dominos, Buffalo Wild Wings (8 points, 20 comments)
    2. [H] 85% PayPal [W] Amazon GC, eBay, Chilis, Chipotle, Dominos, Buffalo Wild Wings (5 points, 15 comments)
    3. [H] 90% PayPal [W] eBay, Amazon GC, Walmart, GameStop, Best Buy (5 points, 23 comments)
    4. [H] 85% PayPal [W] eBay Amazon GC (US, JP) Best Buy / GameStop (3 points, 20 comments)
  39. 21 points, 4 submissions: goodtimeshaxor
    1. [H] BTC/Crypto, Paypal, Google Wallet, Chase QuickPay, Zelle, Steam [W] Apple, Wal-Mart, Amazon GC, Target, Dell, Kroger, Clothing/Fashion Stores, Restaurants, MANY OTHER GIFT CARDS + (7 points, 16 comments)
    2. [H] BTC/Crypto, Paypal, Google Wallet, Chase QuickPay, Zelle, Steam [W] Wal-Mart, Target, Amazon GC, Fashion Stores, Restaurants, MANY OTHER GIFT CARDS + (5 points, 4 comments)
    3. [H] BTC/Crypto, Paypal, Google Wallet, Steam [W] Apple, Wal-Mart, Amazon GC, Target, Dell, Kroger, Clothing/Fashion Stores, Restauarants, Other+ (5 points, 19 comments)
    4. [H] BTC/Crypto, Paypal, Google Wallet, Chase QuickPay/ Zelle, Steam [W] Costco, Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, GameStop, Amazon GC, iTunes, PSN, Target, Fashion Stores, Restaurants, MANY OTHER GIFT CARDS + (4 points, 17 comments)
  40. 21 points, 1 submission: RKFtw
    1. [PSA] eBay- 15% off everything TODAY ONLY (21 points, 30 comments)
  41. 21 points, 1 submission: h3ct1k
    1. [H] $25 Buffalo Wild Wings [W] Naughty America/Brazzers account (21 points, 9 comments)
  42. 20 points, 4 submissions: Bited09
    1. [H] Paypal/Crypto [W] Toys R US(Any Amount) (7 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] $75 Amazon Gift Card [W] BTC (5 points, 3 comments)
    3. [H] Crypto/Paypal [W] Amazon,Apple,BestBuy,HomeDepot,Lowe's,Macy's,Newegg,Nike,Nord,Target,Steam,Walmart..etc (5 points, 14 comments)
    4. [H] Paypal/Crypto [W] Amazon,Apple,BestBuy,Walmart,Lowes (3 points, 13 comments)
  43. 20 points, 1 submission: ibanezjerk
    1. [H] $0.19 left on Bed Bath & Beyond GC [W] nothing. Just hate clutter. (20 points, 3 comments)
  44. 19 points, 4 submissions: Entroduction
    1. [H] $30 Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Fandango Code/Gift Card [W] $12 Paypal (6 points, 8 comments)
    2. [H] Free Fandango Gift Cards [W] Your Participation (5 points, 50 comments)
    3. [H] $30 Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Fandango Code/Gift Card [W] $12 Paypal (4 points, 1 comment)
    4. [H] $30 Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Fandango Code/Gift Card [W] $6 Paypal/Bitcoin (4 points, 4 comments)
  45. 19 points, 4 submissions: edsmart123
    1. [H] 4 dunkin donuts gift cards ($2 each), 4X 1 night redbox rental code [W] offers (7 points, 10 comments)
    2. [H] 4 dunkin donuts codes from t mobile [W] offers (4 points, 16 comments)
    3. [H] 4-5 Dunkin Donuts 2 dollar gift cards [W] Paypal (4 points, 16 comments)
    4. [H] t mobile baskin Robbins codes [W] offers (4 points, 2 comments)
  46. 19 points, 4 submissions: summerofsin
    1. [H] $100 Amazon GC [W] Paypal 92% (5 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] $150 Amazon GC [W] 92% Paypal (5 points, 3 comments)
    3. [H] $40 Steam [W] Paypal 92% (5 points, 3 comments)
    4. [H] $100 Amazon GC [W] Paypal 92% (4 points, 8 comments)
  47. 19 points, 3 submissions: instantcol
    1. [H] Bitcoin [W] Amazon gift cards at 80% (8 points, 12 comments)
    2. [H] Verified Paypal/Bitcoin [W] Amazon gift card at up to 89% (6 points, 13 comments)
    3. [H] Bitcoin/Paypal [W] Amazon GCs @ up to 89% (5 points, 13 comments)
  48. 19 points, 1 submission: valentin68
    1. [PSA] Warning another impersonator (19 points, 35 comments)
  49. 18 points, 3 submissions: Auracity
    1. [H] $231.39 in different Amazon Gift Cards [W] 90% Paypal (9 points, 18 comments)
    2. [H] Amazon Gift Cards (Canada) [W] 85% Paypal (6 points, 15 comments)
    3. [H] Amazon Gift Cards [W] 88% Paypal (3 points, 25 comments)
  50. 18 points, 3 submissions: PuttPutt7
    1. [H] Verified Paypal @ 85% [W] Amazon Gift Cards / GoP. Anything up to $100! New traders welcome (9 points, 19 comments)
    2. [H] Verified Paypal @ 85% [W] Amazon Gift Cards / GoP any amount! New traders welcome (5 points, 4 comments)
    3. [H] Verified Paypal [W] Amazon Gift Cards @ 87%. Anything up to $100! New traders welcome (4 points, 22 comments)
  51. 18 points, 2 submissions: dragonslayer6699
    1. [H] $900 United Airlines flight voucher (no fare restrictions, valid until 1/18/2020) [W] $750 Venmo, PayPal (11 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] $900 United Airlines flight voucher (any United flight, no restrictions) [W] $750 Venmo or PayPal (7 points, 13 comments)
  52. 18 points, 1 submission: laylawhitexxx
    1. [H] $961 Amazon GC balance [W] Paypal or Bitcoin (18 points, 42 comments)
  53. 17 points, 4 submissions: World_Chaos
    1. [H] Paypal [W] Amazon GC (5 points, 21 comments)
    2. [H] Verified Paypal [W] Amazon Gift Card Offers (5 points, 24 comments)
    3. [H] $500 Paypal [W] Amazon 85% (4 points, 10 comments)
    4. [H] $700 Paypal [W] Amazon GC (3 points, 13 comments)
  54. 17 points, 3 submissions: evanhuttonfc
    1. [H] 85% PayPal [W] Amazon GC US (6 points, 9 comments)
    2. [H] 85% PayPal [W] Amazon GC US (6 points, 20 comments)
    3. [H] 85% PayPal or CashApp [W] Amazon GC USA or Balance (5 points, 14 comments)
  55. 17 points, 2 submissions: Teeny_Ginger_18
    1. [H] $125 iTunes GC [W] $100 btc, PayPal via Gyft.com, Hotels.com GC via Amazon Balance, or Amazon GC (11 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] $125 iTunes Giftcard [W] $110 Amazon GC or Bitcoin (6 points, 3 comments)
  56. 17 points, 2 submissions: X3n0bL4DE
    1. [H] $39 Amazon Balance (x2) [W] $33 Paypal (9 points, 17 comments)
    2. [H] $39 Amazon Balance [W] $32 Paypal (8 points, 14 comments)
  57. 17 points, 1 submission: DapperFisticuffs
    1. [PSA] Active Impersonator: DapperFistcuffs (17 points, 4 comments)
  58. 17 points, 1 submission: arbituser
    1. [PSA] prateck07 is impersonating prateek07 (17 points, 13 comments)
  59. 17 points, 1 submission: cyanletters
    1. [H] $20 Brookstone Gift Card (Expires Today) [W] Nothing (17 points, 2 comments)
  60. 17 points, 1 submission: rdewalt
    1. [Q] DO NOT TRADE WITH ME. Someone has compromised my account and been using it to try and scam you. (details inside) (17 points, 15 comments)
  61. 16 points, 4 submissions: ukfan515
    1. [H] (9) $10 Amazon GC [W] 87.5% Paypal (5 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] $60 Amazon GC [W] 90% Paypal (4 points, 4 comments)
    3. [H] $91 Amazon GC [W] 90% Paypal (4 points, 3 comments)
    4. [H] $95 Amazon GC [W] 90% Paypal (3 points, 3 comments)
  62. 16 points, 3 submissions: HomieGenie
    1. [H] Xbox Live 12 Month Gold [W] $40 PayPal (7 points, 0 comments)
    2. [H] $2 Baskin Robbins Code [W] $1 PayPal (5 points, 1 comment)
    3. [H] 2x $10 iTunes GC [W] 85% PayPal or $10 Amazon GC each (4 points, 7 comments)
  63. 16 points, 3 submissions: MAlpha17
    1. [H] $10 PSN [W] PayPal (6 points, 11 comments)
    2. [H] VRV $10 [W] Paypal (6 points, 1 comment)
    3. [H] $10 PSN [W] Offers (4 points, 22 comments)
  64. 16 points, 2 submissions: Katzuhiki
    1. [PSA] jhon679 is an active scammer who is banned. (10 points, 20 comments)
    2. [QUESTION] How do you ensure that the GC you traded for will be safe and not used right after the completion of the trade? (6 points, 26 comments)
  65. 16 points, 2 submissions: PizzaRatsBrother
    1. [H] $14 Amazon GC [W] 85% Cash App or proof your large dog pooped on a Square executive's doorstep (11 points, 11 comments)
    2. [H] $35 in PlayStation Store ($25 and $10) willin to separately sell [W] Cash App 75% (5 points, 8 comments)
  66. 16 points, 1 submission: beckyvz18
    1. [H]$100 wine voucher[W]Nothing (16 points, 33 comments)
  67. 15 points, 3 submissions: snoopzprodigy
    1. [H] $10 Amazon GC [W] 85% Paypal (7 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] $10 Spotify Gift Card [W] PayPal, Offers (4 points, 2 comments)
    3. [H] $10.50 Venmo [W] Food GCs, Any Offers (4 points, 15 comments)
  68. 15 points, 2 submissions: CodingCore_
    1. [H] $8 Paypal [W] $10 Google Play GC (10 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] 88% Paypal [W] Amazon GC (5 points, 8 comments)
  69. 15 points, 2 submissions: Gizmoiscute
    1. [H] $5 e-codes Your choice [W] PayPal Offers (8 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] 2- AMC Black Movie Tickets, 2 large drinks, 2 large popcorns [W] PayPal $25 (7 points, 1 comment)
  70. 15 points, 2 submissions: Vearax
    1. [H] 85% PayPal [W] US Amazon GC(s) (8 points, 18 comments)
    2. [H] iTunes GC [W] Paypal %85 (7 points, 5 comments)
  71. 15 points, 1 submission: Parasoccer
    1. [H] $50 fitbit coupon [W] NOTHING (15 points, 6 comments)
  72. 14 points, 3 submissions: MonPetitCoeur
    1. [H] $5 Starbucks GC [W] $4 Amazon GC (6 points, 9 comments)
    2. [H] $5 Amazon GC [W] 90% Paypal (4 points, 3 comments)
    3. [H] $50 Krispy Kreme GC [W] $43 Paypal (4 points, 3 comments)
  73. 14 points, 3 submissions: XDireInsanityX
    1. [H] 12 nonths Xbox Live Gold [W] $40 PayPal (6 points, 6 comments)
    2. [H] $50 Xbox Gift Card [W] $43 PayPal (4 points, 6 comments)
    3. [H] $50 Xbox Gift card [W] $42.5 PayPal (4 points, 5 comments)
  74. 14 points, 3 submissions: awesomeness2078
    1. [H] 90% PP [W] 10$ Amazon GC (5 points, 1 comment)
    2. [H] 95% PayPal [W] 35$ Amazon GC (US) (5 points, 4 comments)
    3. [H] 93% PP [W] Amazon GCs US (4 points, 4 comments)
  75. 14 points, 2 submissions: CasualObserver89
    1. [H] PayPal [W] To Be Scammed (9 points, 17 comments)
    2. [H] PayPal [W] $20-$99 Amazon GC (5 points, 8 comments)
  76. 14 points, 1 submission: Acefink
    1. [H] $1,500 in steam gift cards [W] Venmo, PayPal, BTC at 82.5% (14 points, 81 comments)
  77. 14 points, 1 submission: Ccj911
    1. [PSA] KaIN7 (I) Impersonating KalN7 (L) (14 points, 8 comments)
  78. 14 points, 1 submission: exaltare
    1. [H] 3 x Six Flags 2019 Gold Season Passes [W] PayPal, Amazon GCs, Best Buy, Microsoft, XBox (14 points, 12 comments)
  79. 13 points, 3 submissions: Jevans223344
    1. [H] 5x $50 google play cards [W] $200 Paypal (5 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] 92% PayPal [W] Ebay giftcards up to $100 (5 points, 5 comments)
    3. [H] $8 PayPal [W] $10 iTunes gift card (3 points, 1 comment)
  80. 13 points, 3 submissions: joq83755
    1. [H] $2000+ Amazon GC (25/50) [W] 90% Cryptocurrency. (5 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] $50 Ticketmaster Ticket Cash Code [W] $25 PayPal or Venmo (4 points, 3 comments)
    3. [H] 15x $5 Microsoft Store Gift Cards [W] 85% PayPal or Venmo (4 points, 5 comments)
  81. 13 points, 3 submissions: nadiahamilton
    1. [H] $86 amazon gc [W] 80% bitcoin (5 points, 2 comments)
    2. [H] $86 amazon gc [W] 80% bitcoin (4 points, 2 comments)
    3. [H] $86 amazon gc [W] 80% bitcoin (4 points, 8 comments)
  82. 13 points, 3 submissions: sketchymidnight
    1. [H] PayPal [W] PSN $10 (5 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H] PayPal [W] Amazon, Nintendo eShop (4 points, 7 comments)
    3. [H] Paypal [W] Origin Gift Card / Credit (4 points, 2 comments)
  83. 13 points, 2 submissions: davidmanedoe
    1. [H] Buffalo Wild Wings $25 GC [W] $20 Venmo (8 points, 14 comments)
    2. [H] $10 Chickfila Card [W] $8 Venmo (5 points, 7 comments)
  84. 13 points, 1 submission: Apocalypse_Gladiator
    1. [PSA] nihilstic_janltor is impersonating nihilistic_janltor (13 points, 15 comments)
  85. 13 points, 1 submission: Hyper-Silence
    1. [H] $656.92 Best Buy Store Credit [W] $550 Verified PayPal, local meetup, Venmo (13 points, 13 comments)
  86. 13 points, 1 submission: RV_123
    1. [H] Suspicious Account [W] Nothing (13 points, 8 comments)
  87. 13 points, 1 submission: Shortbus316
    1. [PSA] Beware of scammers... I received a PM from what seemed like a legit trader. (13 points, 25 comments)
  88. 13 points, 1 submission: Two-Tone-
    1. [H] $15 US Apple gift card [W] A $10-$15 donation to a reputable charity (13 points, 9 comments)
  89. 13 points, 1 submission: glatts
    1. [H] $2500 [W] $3000 in Brookstone gift cards (13 points, 23 comments)
  90. 12 points, 3 submissions: AndreaBeaudin
    1. [H] 90% PayPal [W] Amazon.com GC($20,$30,$40,$50) (6 points, 21 comments)
    2. [H] 90% PayPal [W] Amazon.com GC (4 points, 40 comments)
    3. [H] PayPal 90% [W] Amazon.com GC (2 points, 18 comments)
  91. 12 points, 3 submissions: vorter
    1. [H] 75% Zelle/Paypal/Venmo/GooglePay/ApplePay [W] iTunes/AppStore GCs (Amazon GCs @80% & Steam/UbeLyft/Nintendo/Xbox/FoodDelivery too at rates 60-65%) (5 points, 5 comments)
    2. [H] 80% Zelle/Paypal/Venmo/GooglePay/ApplePay [W] iTunes/AppStore & Amazon GCs (Steam/UbeLyft too but at lower rates) (4 points, 27 comments)
    3. [H] 80% Zelle/Paypal/Venmo/GooglePay/ApplePay or BTC/Crypto at 5% less [W] iTunes/AppStore GCs (Amazon GCs 80% & Steam/UbeLyft/Nintendo/FoodDelivery too at rates 60-65%) (3 points, 17 comments)
  92. 12 points, 3 submissions: weebae
    1. [H] Verified PayPal [W] Amazon Gift Cards, Amazon Gift of Prime (5 points, 11 comments)
    2. [PSA] Office Depot offering $20 off purchases of $100 Gift Cards (In-store only / YMMV) (4 points, 9 comments)
    3. [H] Verified PayPal [W] Google Play Gift Cards (3 points, 2 comments)
  93. 12 points, 2 submissions: AemonDK
    1. [H] 12 months xbox live gold digital code UK [W] £30 paypal or giftcards (8 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] 12 months xbox live gold digital code UK [W] £30 paypal or giftcards (4 points, 4 comments)
  94. 12 points, 2 submissions: BABarista
    1. [H]5x $5 Atom Movie Code [W] $1 Paypal each (7 points, 13 comments)
    2. [H] 2X Medium 1 Topping Papa Johns Pizza Code [W] $3.5 amazon or paypal for each code (5 points, 9 comments)
  95. 12 points, 2 submissions: Icecream_Store
    1. [H] BR Stuff [W] nothing (6 points, 3 comments)
    2. [H]Sonic Steam Game, 4$ Hitman movie [W]Nothing (6 points, 3 comments)
  96. 12 points, 2 submissions: Sparklepop
    1. [H]PayPal, [W]$20 Steam GiftCard (8 points, 9 comments)
    2. [H] $85 Sephora, [W] $65 PayPal (4 points, 9 comments)
  97. 12 points, 2 submissions: akaToph3r
    1. [H] $15 GILT [W] Nothing (No really, it's free) (7 points, 8 comments)
    2. [H] 2 x 14-Day Xbox Live Trial Codes [W] Nothing (5 points, 5 comments)
  98. 12 points, 2 submissions: sorenxv
    1. [H] AUD 20 Target Australia GC [W] AUD 15 paypal (8 points, 4 comments)
    2. [H] AUD 20 Target Australia GC [W] AUD 10 paypal (4 points, 4 comments)
  99. 12 points, 1 submission: Dabbing_Samurai_Umu
    1. [H] 21 Dollars PayPal [W] 20 Dollars PayPal (12 points, 11 comments)
  100. 12 points, 1 submission: False1512
    1. [H] Free Movie Ticket from Atom Ticket App [W] Good Luck (12 points, 6 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Fishering (901 points, 594 comments)
  2. linkandluke (451 points, 323 comments)
  3. Fishering_BOT (390 points, 383 comments)
  4. BigBen2010 (357 points, 259 comments)
  5. bg_20 (325 points, 221 comments)
  6. brokemember (285 points, 194 comments)
  7. hacksorskillbot (257 points, 245 comments)
  8. PlebeianGentleman (234 points, 2 comments)
  9. sabin357 (226 points, 146 comments)
  10. yuv9 (213 points, 120 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. [H] $10 Amazon GC [W] Your updoots by luciphora (132 points, 176 comments)
  2. [H] $1.45 Bestbuy Giftcard [W] Goodwill/upvotes/to brighten your day $0 (Free) by Saikou0taku (109 points, 2 comments)
  3. [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam by Bluboon (78 points, 55 comments)
  4. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing by Fishering (63 points, 34 comments)
  5. [H] 500th Trade Giveaway! [W] Nothing by ChamakhsUglyHaircut (51 points, 154 comments)
  6. [PSA] Fellow exchangers! Net Neutrality is up for repeal by the FCC. If it gets voted out, ISPs like Verizon have the right to block websites like Reddit, or charge for other websites like YouTube. by dylanplayspkmn (50 points, 6 comments)
  7. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing (AGAIN) by Fishering (47 points, 43 comments)
  8. [H] Many Amazon Gift Cards [W] Nothing by Fishering (47 points, 39 comments)
  9. Gentle reminder to people frequently shopping from amazon to use smile.amazon.com. by iliketoworkhard (36 points, 5 comments)
  10. [H] Giveaway Amazon Gift Cards [W] You To Spread Holiday Spirit! by Fishering (33 points, 47 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 160 points: PlebeianGentleman's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  2. 83 points: deleted's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  3. 74 points: PlebeianGentleman's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  4. 50 points: deleted's comment in [H] PayPal/Google Wallet/Square/Bitcoin [W] Gift Cards
  5. 48 points: deleted's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  6. 38 points: Fishering's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  7. 37 points: Fishering's comment in [H] PayPal/Google Wallet/Square/Bitcoin [W] Gift Cards
  8. 35 points: SolarTsunami's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
  9. 30 points: BigBen2010's comment in [H] $187 Paypal [W] Steam gift cards and to discuss a mod's recent scam
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(6/12) - Tuesday's Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the StockMarket sub! Welcome to Tuesday! Here are your stock movers & news this morning-

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Frontrunning: June 12th

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($ADBE $GOOS $RH $PLAY $BITA $HRB $KMG $YTRA $MIK $SBLK $CASY $LE $FNSR $KFY $TLRD $SAIC $FRED $JBL $LMNR $OXM $SNOA$APPS $PVTL $JW.A $DTEA $TNP $CRWS $CHKE $CULP $AZRE)
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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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EARNINGS RELEASES AFTER THE CLOSE TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • GLMD
  • TSLA
  • RH
  • PLAY
  • WTW
  • IQ
  • BTC.X
  • FIT
  • CASY
  • GPRO
  • LE
  • I
  • TWTR
  • SEAS
  • SOGO
  • GALT
  • ETC.X
  • JCAP
  • T
  • ABX
  • MCD
  • MEDP
  • HTGC
  • ALBO
  • SAGE
  • HRB
  • TWX
  • ALGN
  • AMRS
  • TATT

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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AT&T, Time Warner – AT&T and Time Warner will find out today if a judge plans to allow or block their planned merger deal. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon will announce after 4 p.m. ET whether he is siding with the Justice Department or with the two companies, who announced the planned purchase of Time Warner by AT&T in October 2016.

STOCK SYMBOL: T

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RH – RH reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.33 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $1.02 a share. The Restoration Hardware parent's revenue came in below forecasts, but the retailer issued a strong current-quarter outlook as its new focus on membership and improvements to its supply chain help its results.

STOCK SYMBOL: RH

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Dave & Buster's – Dave & Buster's beat estimates by 11 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $1.04 per share. The restaurant chain's revenue also beat forecasts. Comparable-restaurant sales were lower by 4.9 percent, but that was smaller than the 5.6 percent drop that analysts had forecast. Separately, CEO Stephen King will retire August 5, to be replaced by Chief Financial Officer Brian Jenkins.

STOCK SYMBOL: PLAY

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Exxon Mobil – Exxon Mobil has made a major push into energy trading to help boost profit, according to Reuters.

STOCK SYMBOL: XOM

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Tesla – Tesla has been accused of stopping an employee from trying to organize a union. Michael Sanchez testified to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that he was asked by a supervisor and security guards to leave his factory after he handed out pro-union flyers. The NLRB is investigating whether Tesla had violated federal standards.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Citigroup – The bank could cut half of the 20,000 jobs from its technology and operations staff over the next five years, according to the Financial Times. The paper said those cuts would come due to automation.

STOCK SYMBOL: C

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WPP Group – The ad giant's shareholders are reportedly upset with pay arrangements for former CEO Martin Sorrell, according to a Sky News report that said more than 25 percent of shareholders have voted against the planned benefits for Sorrell. Sorrell left WPP following an investigation into personal misconduct allegations.

STOCK SYMBOL: WPP

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McDonald's – McDonald's is expected to issue details of an organizational restructuring today, with the restaurant chain planning a town hall meeting.

STOCK SYMBOL: MCD

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AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly – The drugmakers have discontinued development of an experimental Alzheimer's treatment after an independent panel said the treatment was unlikely to meet its goals.

STOCK SYMBOL: AZN

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Amazon.com – Seattle's City Council is set to repeal a tax on large employers like Amazon, less than a month after the tax was passed.

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Weight Watchers – J.P. Morgan Securities initiated coverage of the weight loss company's stock with an "overweight" rating, saying Weight Watchers has positioned itself for "outsized" growth through a revamping of its points system for users and significantly improving its mobile app.

STOCK SYMBOL: WTW

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Lands' End – The clothing retailer lost 8 cents per share for the first quarter, smaller than the 17 cents a share loss expected by Wall Street. Revenue came in above estimates despite an 18.9 percent drop in comparable-store sales. Overall sales were up by 11.7 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: LE

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FULL DISCLOSURE:

bigbear0083 has no positions in any stocks mentioned. Reddit, moderators, and the author do not advise making investment decisions based on discussion in these posts. Analysis is not subject to validation and users take action at their own risk. bigbear0083 is an admin at the financial forums Stockaholics.net where this content was originally posted.

DISCUSS!

What is on everyone's radar for today's trading day ahead here at StockMarket?

I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead today on this Tuesday, June 12th, 2018! :)

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