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#Sopranos fans know the #BustOut as a mob tactic in which a business is taken over, loaded up with debt, and driven into the ground, wrecking the business's workers, customers and suppliers. When the mob does it, it's a bust out; when Wall Street does it, it's #PrivateEquity.

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It used to be that we rarely heard about private equity, but then, as national chains and iconic companies started to vanish, this mysterious financial arrangement popped up with increasing frequency.

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My Reddit-Post Collection - some got burried, so I decided to collect them here for you 🧵👇:

1. Topic: Finding Intervals in Data #GME

2. Comment "A Moral Dilemma" #GME

3. Making money with DEBT Positions [Exemple: #Plug]

4. Zombie Stocks: #SEARS

5. Introduction Rule 605 Data / Order Routing Data

6. Citadels business partners: Itiquira Acquisition Corp

7. Gamestop Mastersheet [recently]

8. Short & FTD Data collection for the whole stock market [recently]

9. Fines: Speedroute LLC

1. Topic: Finding patterns in Data [Intervals]

"Looking into patterns - Possible Correlation between Short Volume, FTDs and Darkpool Volume
Unreviewed 𝘋𝘋"
- Still need some review on this^^…


Posted four months ago.
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In my history of consumption class, I teach about #Sears, but what most people don't know is just how radical the catalogue was in the era of #Jim Crow. #twitterstorians
Every time a black southerner went to the local store they were confronted with forced deference to white customers who would be served first.
And the store would be filled with racist caricatures of black people in an effort to sell to white people.
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