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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    Remember that Friday is the Observed Holiday so any moves on Friday won't take affect until the close on Monday.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    Glad we finished out June on a positive note. Let's hope we can continue into July.
    Second quarter was much better that the first quarter. I'm still down about 3.5% for the year though.
    Covid-19...
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    Re: June 2020 AutoTracker Winners!

    Congratulations. Great numbers.
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    Re: Celebrity RIP Garden

    I'd say 98 is a good life.
    RIP
    Enjoyed the Dick Van Dyke show
  5. Thread: Market News

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    Taxes will have to be raised if not by the next President then the one after him. How do we start paying of the $20T(plus) National Debt or improve education, infrastructure and health care? What...
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    Re: Whipsaw's Account Talk

    Didn't take long to go red.
  7. Re: Retired FERS-VERA/VSIP Considering 72(t) TSP Withdrawal Options

    Where in Wyoming? I spent two and a half years in Cheyenne at FEW Air Force Base.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    Massive Saharan dust plume swirling across Atlantic Ocean spotted from space

    By Chelsea Gohd

    https://www.space.com/massive-sahara-desert-dust-plume-seen-from-space.html

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    The monstrous 'blobs' near Earth's core may be even bigger than we thought

    By Brandon Specktor
    The mysterious 'blobs' near Earth's core just got a little bigger.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    Here are the numbers for July.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    Ouch!! Yesterday hurt. Still positive for the month. Hope we can end the month positive and not into a tail spin.
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    Re: Latest News from Space.com

    Scientists just found the biggest neutron star (or smallest black hole) yet in a strange cosmic collisionBy Meghan Bartels
    Whatever it is, scientists are excited.
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    Re: Latest News from Space.com

    Scientists just sampled the most pristine air on Earth. Here's what they found.

    By Kathryn Moore, Jun Uetake, Thomas Hill


    https://www.space.com/most-pristine-air-on-earth-bacteria.html

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    Boom! SpaceX pops huge Starship SN7 test tank on purpose in pressure test (videos)By Tariq Malik
    RIP, Starship SN7.

    https://www.space.com/spacex-starship-sn7-test-tank-destroyed-videos.html
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    To all the father's and grandpa's out there I hope you had a great day yesterday.
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    Re: Transaction Times

    tamrik92,
    Welcome aboard. This is a great place to learn.
    Tom gave a great answer.
    The biggest concerns are the trade time of noon EST and only 2 IFT's for the month. I feel sorry for the folks...
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    Space Perspective wants to take tourists on balloon rides to the stratosphereBy Mike Wall
    Test flights of the new "Spaceship Neptune" could begin early next year.
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    NASA has built a helicopter to explore Mars and it's finally ready to launch

    By Meghan Bartels

    https://www.space.com/first-mars-helicopter-ready-to-launch.html
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    NASA needs your help teaching its Curiosity rover how to drive on MarsBy Elizabeth Howell

    https://www.space.com/mars-rover-curiosity-driving-artificial-intelligence.html
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    Death from above? Fireball may have destroyed ancient Syrian villageBy Nola Taylor Redd
    An ancient airburst apparently destroyed one of the first farming villages.
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    Re: ravensfan's Account Talk

    True. The "I" fund has trailed the American markets for years and it looked like a couple of years ago it was going to make it's move. But then the trade wars started and it never evolved. Of course...
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    Re: ravensfan's Account Talk

    I am a little surprised that the "I fund is the best fund for the last 15 days.
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    Re: Tsunami's Account Talk

    Nope. 68 and not collecting yet.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    New map reveals just how enormous the supergiant star Antares really is

    By Chelsea Gohd
    Scientists thought it could fit 700 suns. It's actually bigger.
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    Solar Orbiter spacecraft makes its 1st flyby of the sunBy Meghan Bartels

    https://www.space.com/solar-orbiter-first-sun-flyby.html
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