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(Selling) Just dropped some prices! D&D 4K, Ant-Man 3, Creed 3 4K, 65, 3:10 to Yuma, Tar 4K, Missing, EEAAO, Cocaine Bear, Alien 6-film Collection, Babylon 4K, Rocky 1-4 4k, Training Day 4K, Smile 4K, Belly 4K, Pulp Fiction 4K, Reservoir Dogs 4K, Bullet Train 4K, Clerks III 4K, Highlander 4K, etc!!

2023.06.02 23:33 ShootingIn8k (Selling) Just dropped some prices! D&D 4K, Ant-Man 3, Creed 3 4K, 65, 3:10 to Yuma, Tar 4K, Missing, EEAAO, Cocaine Bear, Alien 6-film Collection, Babylon 4K, Rocky 1-4 4k, Training Day 4K, Smile 4K, Belly 4K, Pulp Fiction 4K, Reservoir Dogs 4K, Bullet Train 4K, Clerks III 4K, Highlander 4K, etc!!

Question for people who also sell/buy on DCS. When is the ideal time to post? When are you looking to buy on a regular basis? Also have you noticed the formatting failing recently? I used to be able to copy and paste my previous posts and just remove the ones I've sold. Now it bunches everything up and the bulletpoints no longer function. I had to bring an older version into a word proccessor. Just werid and frustrating.
Trying to clear out my codes! If someone wants to buy every single code for a deep discount HMU I’ll sell orders of $100 or more for 40% OFF, $200 for 50% OFF, $300 for 60% OFF, $400 for 70% OFF and $500 for 75% OFF!!
Just went through and dropped some prices! Not interested in discussing discounts on single codes.
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• 3:10 To Yuma - $6 4K Vudu (1 Left)
• 65 - $7 HD MA (1 Left)
• 80 For Brady - $7 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Alien 6-Film Collection - $12 HD MA (2 Left)
• American Frontier Trilogy (Wind River, Hell or High Water, Sicario) - $9 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Amsterdam - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Ant-Man: Quantumania - $8 4K MA (1 Left)
• Ant-Man: Quantumania - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Babylon - $7 4K iTunes (2 Left)
• Banshees of Inisherin - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Batman - $6 4K MA (2 Left)
• Beast - $6 HD MA (2 Left)
• Belly - $7 4K iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Beverly Hills Cop II - $8 4K Vudu (1 Left)
• Bodies, Bodies, Bodies (A24) - $7 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Bullet Train - $7 4K MA (1 Left)
• Call Jane - $5 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Clerk III - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Cocaine Bear - $8 HD MA (1 Left)
• Creed III - $12 4K Vudu (2 Left)
• Creed Trilogy - $18 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Devotion (2022) - $8 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Don't Worry Darling - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Dreamgirls - $5 HD Vudu, iTunes (1 Left)
• Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Theives - $10 4K iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• Empire of Light - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Escape From LA - $8 4K Vudu, iTunes (1 Left)
• E.T. - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Everything Everywhere All At Once - $6 HD Vudu (2 Left)
• The Expendables 1-3 - $5 HD Vudu/iTunes (1 Left)
• The Fablemans - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Fantastic Beasts 1-3 - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Flashdance - $6 4K Vudu, iTunes (2 Left)
• For the Love of Money (2021) - $5 HD Vudu/GP (1 Left)
• Frozen (Disney) - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Frozen II (Disney) - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Green Mile - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Heat 4K - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Highlander - $7 4K iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• Hot Seat (2022) - $6 HD Vudu/iTunes (1 Left)
• Interstellar - $6 4K itunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Jaws - $5 4K MA (2 Left)
• Jurassic World: Ultimate Collection (6 Movies) - $18 HD MA (1 Left)
• Knock at the Cabin - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Licorice Pizza - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Lightyear - $5 4K MA (2 Left)
• Lilo & Stich 2-Film Collection - $7 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Lost City - $6 4K MA (2 Left)
• Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Mack & Rita - $7 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Magic Mike 3 - $7 HD MA (1 Left)
• Marlowe - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• M3gan - $7 HD MA (1 Left)
• Men (A24) (2022) - $6 HD Vudu (2 Left)
• Menu - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Midsommar - $5 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Missing (2023) - $9 HD MA (1 Left)
• Moonfall - $6 4K iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• Nightmare Alley - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Nope - $6 4K MA (2 Left)
• The Northman - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Old Way (2023 Nick Cage) - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Pearl (A24) - $5 HD Vudu (2 Left)
• Plane - $8 4K Vudu, iTunes (1 Left)
• Pulp Fiction - $7 4K iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• A Quiet Place 1 & 2 - $8 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Rambo 5-Film Collection - $12 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Rambo: First Blood - $12 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Rambo: Last Blood - $12 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• The Requin - $6 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• The Rescuers 1 & 2 - $8 HD MA (1 Left)
• Reservoir Dogs - $6 4K iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• Rocketman - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Rocky: The Knockout Collection 1-4 - $18 4K Vudu (2 Left)
• Seriously Red - $6 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Shazam: Fury of the Gods - $9 4K MA
• She Said - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Smile - $7 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Sonic 2 - $5 4K iTunes/vudu (1 Left)
• Strange World - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Spinning Gold - $7 HD MA (1 Left)
• Supercell - $7 HD VUDU (1 Left)
• SuperPets - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Taken 1-3 - $8 HD MA (1 Left)
• Tar - $9 4K MA (1 Left)
• Thor Love and Thunder - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Till - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Top Gun Maverick - $7 iTunes/Vudu (2 Left)
• Training Day - $7 MA (2 Left)
• Turning Red - $7 4K MA (1 Left)
• The Untouchables - $6 4K iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Walking Dead Final Season (Eleventh) - $8 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Warm Bodies - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• West Side Story (2021) - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Where the Crawdads Sing - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Wolf of Wall Street - $6 4K Vudu/iTunes (3 Left)
• The Woman King - $7 4K MA (1 Left)
• Young Sherlock Holmes - $5 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Columbia Classics Vol. 3 - $36 4K MA (1 Left) $6 per title (Not for sale individually)
  1. It Happened One Night
  2. From Here to Eternity
  3. To Sir, With Love
  4. The Last Picture Show (Director's Cut)
  5. Annie
  6. As Good As it Gets
• Fifty Shades Trilogy - $6 HD (1 Left) (1st and 2nd are Unrated and 2nd should redeem in iTunes and port in 4K)
• Game of Throne Season 4 - HD iTunes/vudu $3
• GOT: House of Dragon S1 - $18 4K Vudu (2 Left)
• Ghosts: Season One - $7 HD Vudu
• Jordan Peele 3-Movie Collection (Nope, Us, Get Out) - $12 HD MA (1 Left)
• Now You See Me 1&2 - $8 HD Vudu (1 Left)
Disney/Marvel/Star Wars (Unsplit, No DMR)
• Avengers: Endgame - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Avengers: Endgame - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Beauty and the Beast (Live Action) - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• The BFG - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Black Panther - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Call of the Wild - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Captain Marvel - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Cruella - $8 4K MA (1 Left)
• Disney Nature: Bears - $5 HD MA
• Finding Dory - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• The Finest Hours - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Frozen - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Inside Out - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Iron Man 3 - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Jungle Book (Live Action) - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Maleficent - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Moana - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Oz The Great And Powerful - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Saving Mr. Banks - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Sleeping Beauty - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Star Wars: Force Awakens - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Star Wars: Rogue One - $4 HD MA (3 Left)
• Star Wars: The Last Jedi - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Thor: Dark World - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Wreck it Ralph 2 - $5 HD MA (2 Left)
• Zootopia - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
4K Movies
• Almost Famous - $7 4K iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Arrival - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Bad Boys for Life - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Bourne Legacy - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Deadpool - $5 4K MA (2 Left)
• Despicable Me 2 - $4 4K iTunes (3 Left)
• Dirty Dancing - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Escape Plan 2 - $4 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Fast & Furious 6 (Extended) - $4 4K MA (1 Left)
• Fast & Furious 7 (Extended) - $4 4K MA (1 Left)
• Fate of the Furious + Extended - $3 4K MA (Extended Director's Cut is HD) (FREE WITH ANY PURCHASE OVER $5)
• Fifty Shades of Grey - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Force of Nature (2020) - $4 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Hidden Figures - $5 4K MA (iTunes Redeem) (1 Left)
• How to Train Your Dragon 2 - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• The Hunger Games - $4 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - $4 4K iTunes (2 Left)
• The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 - $4 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Jack Reacher - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Jason Bourne - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Justice League - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Kingsman: The Golden Circle - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Life of Pi - $5 4K MA (iTunes Redeem) (1 Left)
• The Martian - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Mile 22 (2018) - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Mission: Impossible: Fallout - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Pitch Perfect - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Red 2 - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• The Revenant - $6 4K MA (1 Left)
• Secret Garden (2020) - $6 4K iTunes (1 Left)
• Secret Life of Pets - $5 4K MA (1 Left)
• Star Trek: Into Darkness - $4 4K iTunes (3 Left)
• Transformers: Age of Extinction - $5 4K iTunes (HD VUDU available) (2 Left)
• Transformers: The Last Knight - $5 4K iTunes (HD VUDU available) (1 Left)
• Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 - $4 4K iTunes (2 Left)
• xxx Xander Cage - $5 4K iTunes (1 Left)
HD Movies
• 12 Years A Slave - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• 2 Guns - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• 42 - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• About Time - $4 HD MA (2 Left)
• Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Amazing Spider-man - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• American Hustle - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Anchorman 2 - $4 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Book of Life - $4 HD MA (2 Left)
• Boyhood (Linklater) - $5 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Breaking In (Unrated) - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• A Christmas Story 2 - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Dolphin Tale - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Escape From Planet Earth - $4 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Extremely Loud Incredibly Close - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Ferdinand - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Flight - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Focus - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• A Good Day to Die Hard (Extended Edition) - $4 HD MA (2 Left)
• Grease 2 - $4 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• The Greatest Showman - $4 HD MA (3 Left)
• The Hate U Give - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Home - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Host (2013) - $3 iTunes Redeem Port to MA (1 Left) Not Bong Joon-ho
• Hugo - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• If Beale Street Could Talk - $6 HD MA (1 Left)
• Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Kung Fu Panda - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Les Miserables - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Marvel's Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Midway - $4 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Noah - $4 HD Vudu/iTunes
• Now You See Me - $4 HD Vudu/iTunes (1 Left)
• Paddington - $5 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Parental Guidance - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Possession - $4 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Prometheus - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Reclaim - $4 HD Vudu (1 Left)
• Rise of the Guardians - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Robocop - $4 HD Vudu/GP (1 Left)
• Safe House - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Second Act - $3 iTunes (2 Left)
• The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Secret Life of Pets - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• The Shack - $4 HD iTunes/Vudu (1 Left)
• Silver Linings Playbook - $4 HD Vudu
• Sinister - $4 HD iTunes, Vudu, GP (1 Left)
• Skyfall - $4 HD Vudu/GP (2 Left)
• Sleepless - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• Son of God - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• TinTin (Speilberg) - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• Trolls - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Turbo - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Unbroken - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Underworld: Awakening - $3 HD MA (1 Left)
• Vivo - $5 HD MA (1 Left)
• When The Game Stands Tall - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• White House Down - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Zero Dark Thirty - $4 HD MA (1 Left)
• Zeros and Ones (2022) - $5 HD Vudu (1 Left)
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2023.06.02 23:33 bigbear0083 Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning June 5th, 2023

Good Friday evening to all of you here on StockMarketChat! I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and are ready for the new trading week ahead. :)
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning June 5th, 2023.

Dow leaps 700 points on hot jobs report, Nasdaq notches sixth straight winning week: Live updates - (Source)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged Friday as traders cheered a strong jobs report and the passage of a debt ceiling bill that averts a U.S. default.
The 30-stock Dow jumped 701.19 points, or 2.12%, to end at 33,762.76 — its best day since January. The S&P 500 climbed 1.45% to close at 4,282.37. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 1.07% to 13,240.77, reaching its highest level since April 2022 during the session.
With Friday’s gains, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished the holiday-shortened trading week about 1.8% and 2% higher, respectively. The Dow’s Friday advance pushed it into positive territory for the week, finishing up around 2%. The Nasdaq notched its sixth straight week higher, a streak length not seen for the technology-heavy index since 2020.
Nonfarm payrolls grew much more than expected in May, rising 339,000. Economists polled by Dow Jones expected a relatively modest 190,000 increase. It marked the 29th straight month of positive job growth.
Recently strong employment data had been pressuring stocks on the notion it would keep the Federal Reserve raising interest rates. But Friday data also showed average hourly earnings rose less than economists expected year over year, while the unemployment rate was higher than anticipated.
Both data points have given investors hope that the Fed could pause its interest rate hike campaign at the policy meeting later this month, according to Terry Sandven, chief equity strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management.
“The so-called Goldilocks has entered the house,” Sandven said. “Clearly, on the bullish side, there are signs that inflation is starting to wane, speculation that the Fed is going to move into pause mode, increasing the likelihood of a soft landing.”
Easing concerns around the U.S. debt ceiling also helped sentiment. The Senate passed a bill to raise the debt ceiling late Thursday night, sending the bill to President Joe Biden’s desk. That comes after the House passed the Fiscal Responsibility Act on Wednesday, just days before the June 5 deadline set by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Lululemon shares popped more than 11% on strong results and a guidance boost, while MongoDB surged 28% on a blowout forecast.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:


S&P Sectors for this past week:


Major Indices for this past week:


Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:


Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:


Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:


S&P Sectors for the Past Week:


Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:


Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:


Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:


Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:


Friday's Stock Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades:


A Resilient Labor Market = A Resilient Economy

Another month, another employment surprise. Should we be surprised anymore?
Economists expected payrolls to grow by about 187,000 in May. That’s still a solid job growth number, but a stepdown from what we’ve seen this year through April. However, actual payroll growth beat expectations for the 14th straight month.
The economy created 339,000 jobs in May, close to double expectations. Better still, payroll growth in March and April were revised higher by a total of 93,000!
  • March payrolls were revised up by 52,000, from 165,000 to 217,000
  • April payroll were revised up by 41,000, from 253,000 to 294,000
We’ve got two months of payroll data since the Silicon Valley Bank crisis in March, and nothing suggests weakness arising from that banking crisis.
Over the first five months of the year, the economy’s added 1.5 million jobs. That in a nutshell tells you how the economy is doing. For perspective, the average annual payroll growth between 1940 and 2022 was 1.5 million. During the last expansion, 2010-2019, average annual payroll growth was 2.2 million per year.
But what about the unemployment rate?
The unemployment rate did rise from a 50-year low of 3.4% to 3.7%. This does raise some cause for concern but digging through the data suggests it may be noise more than anything else.
It probably helps to understand that the job growth and unemployment rate data come from different sources. The former comes from asking about 120,000+ businesses how many people they hired. The latter comes from asking about 60,000 households about their employment status. No surprise, the latter is noisier.
A big reason for the weak household survey (and rising unemployment rate) is that more than 400,000 people who were self-employed said they were no longer employed. As you can see in the following chart this is very noisy data, but the recent trend seems to be toward lower self-employment. It’s basically reversing the surge we saw in 2021, when self-employment surged. So, what we’re seeing now may simply be normalization of the labor market as more workers move from self-employment to W2 jobs with an employer.
Also, the unemployment rate can be impacted by people leaving the labor force (technically defined as those “not looking for work”) and an aging population. I’ve discussed in prior blogs how we can get around this by looking at the employment-population ratio for prime age workers, i.e. workers aged 25-54 years. This measures the number of people working as a percent of the civilian population. Think of it as the opposite of the unemployment rate, and because we use prime age, you also get around the demographic issue.
The good news is that the prime-age employment-population ratio dropped only a tick, from 80.8% to 80.7%. This still leaves it higher than at any point between 2002 and 2022.
All in all, the labor market remains strong and resilient, despite all the recession calls. Perhaps its not as strong as the headline payroll growth number of 339,000 suggests, but any number above 150,000 would be good at this point. And we’re certainly well above that.
In fact, looking at the job growth and employment-population data, this labor market is probably the strongest we’ve seen since the late 1990’s. Our view since the end of last year has been that the economy can avoid a recession this year, and nothing we’ve seen to date suggests we need to reverse that view. Far from it.

June Better in Pre-Election Years

Since 1971 June has shone brighter on NASDAQ stocks as a rule ranking eighth best with an 0.8% average gain, up 29 of 52 years. This contributes to NASDAQ’s “Best 8 Months” which ends in June. Small caps also fare well in June. Russell 2000 has averaged 0.6% in June since 1979 advancing 63.6% of the time.
June ranks near the bottom on the Dow Jones Industrials just above September since 1950 with an average loss of 0.2%. S&P 500 performs similarly poorly, ranking ninth, but essentially flat (0.02% average gain).
Despite being much stronger S&P 500 pre-election year June ranks fifth best. For the rest it is just sixth best. Average monthly gains in pre-election year June range from DJIA 1.1% to a respectable 2.4% for NASDAQ. Russell 2000 has been the most consistently bullish in pre-election years, up 8 of the last 11 (72.7% of the time).

The June Swoon?

Stocks did it again, as the S&P 500 gained 0.2% in the month of May, making it now 10 of the past 11 years that stocks finished green in May. Of course, it gained only 0.01% last year and only 0.25% this year, so the recent returns weren’t off the charts by any measure.
Looking specifically at this year, tech added more than 9% in May, thanks to excitement over AI and Nvidia, with communication services and consumer discretionary also in the green, while the other eight sectors were lower.
Specifically, turning to the month of June, stocks historically have hit a bit of trouble here. Since 1950, up 0.03% on average, the fourth worst month of the year. Over the past 20 years, only January and September have been worse and in the past decade, it is again the fourth worst month. The one bit of good news is during a pre-election year is it up 1.5%, the fifth-best month of the year.
Here’s another chart we’ve shared before, but years that gained big in January (like 2023) tend to see some periods of consolidation in late May/early June, but eventually experience a surge higher into July. Given the flattish overall May, this could be playing out again.
What if stocks were having a good year heading into June? Since 1950, if the S&P 500 was up more than 8% for the year going into June (like this year), the month of June was up an impressive 1.2% on average versus the average June return of 0.03%, while in a pre-election year the returns jumped to 1.8%. The percent of the time where returns were higher gets better as well, from 54.8% in your average June to nearly 74% if up 8% or more for the year heading into June, to 80% of the time higher if up 8% for the year in a pre-election year.
Overall, it has been a very nice run for stocks this year and we remain overweight stocks in the Carson Investment Research House Views. June could potentially cause some volatility, but when all is said and done, we wouldn’t bet against more strength and higher prices in June.

NASDAQ and Russell 2000 Lead June Pre-Election Strength

Over the last 21 years, June has been a rather lackluster month. DJIA, S&P 500 and Russell 1000 have all recorded average losses in the month. Russell 2000 has fared better with a modest average gain. Historically the month has opened respectably, advancing on the first and second trading days.
From there the market then drifted sideways and lower into negative territory just ahead of mid-month. Here the market rallied to create a nice mid-month bulge that quickly evaporated and returned to losses. The brisk, post, mid-month drop is typically followed by a month end rally led by technology and small caps.
Historical performance in pre-election years has been much stronger with all five indexes finishing with average gains. June’s overall pattern in pre-election is similar to the last 21-years pattern with a brief, shallow pullback after a solid start.
In pre-election years the mid-month rally has been much more robust beginning around the sixth trading day and lasting until the fifteenth. Followed by another modest retreat and rally into the end of Q2.

May and YTD 2023 Asset Class Performance

May 2023 is now behind us, and below is a look at how various asset classes performed during the month using US-listed exchange-traded products as proxies. We also include YTD and YoY total returns.
May was a month of divergence where Tech/AI soared, and the rest of the market fell. Notably, the Nasdaq 100 ETF (QQQ) gained 7.88% in May while the Dow Jones Dividend ETF (DVY) fell 7.7%. That's a 15 percentage-point spread!
At the sector level, it was a similar story. While the Tech sector (XLK) rose 8.9%, sectors like Energy (XLE), Consumer Staples (XLP), Materials (XLB), and Utilities (XLU) fell more than 5%. In total, 8 of 11 sectors were in the red for the month.
Outside the US, we saw pullbacks in most areas of the world other than Brazil, India, and Japan. China, Hong Kong, France, Canada, Italy, Spain, and the UK all fell more than 5%.
All of the commodity-related ETFs/ETNs were in the red for May, with oil (USO) and natural gas (UNG) falling the most at more than 10% each.
Finally, fixed-income ETFs also fell in May as interest rates bounced back. The aggregate bond market ETF (AGG) was down 1.14% in May, leaving it up just 2.6% YTD and down 2.2% year-over-year.

How Worried Should We Be About Consumer Debt?

A very common question we get these days is whether we’re concerned about the massive increase in consumer debt.
Short answer: No. Well, not yet anyway. But let’s walk through it in 6 charts.
The New York Federal Reserve (NY Fed) releases a quarterly report on household debt and credit, and the latest one that was released last week came with the headline:
“Household Debt Hits $17.05 Trillion in First Quarter.” But let’s look at the details. Household debt increased by $148 billion in Q1. That translates to a 0.9% increase, which is the slowest quarterly increase in two years. Most of the increase in debt was from mortgage originations ($121 billion) – mortgage debt makes up $12 trillion of the total $17 trillion in debt. The rest was auto loan and student loan balances.
Here’s something interesting: credit card balances were flat in Q1, at $986 billion. The fact that overall balances are higher than where they were in 2019 ($927 billion) should not be surprising given we just experienced a lot of inflation. Prices rose at the fastest pace in 40 years, and so you should expect card balances to increase. However, incomes rose as well.
When you think debt, the key question is whether households are able to service that debt. A good measure of that is to look at debt service costs as a percent of disposable income. As of Q4 2022, that’s at 9.7%, slightly lower than what it was before the pandemic and well below the historical average.
There’s even better news: disposable income grew 2.9% in the first quarter of 2023. Significantly higher than the 0.9% increase in total household debt, let alone interest costs!
Part of that includes the large boost to social security income due to inflation adjustments in January. Also, tax brackets were adjusted higher, resulting in more money in household wallets.
But even if you exclude these one-off increases, disposable income growth has been strong between February and April, rising at a 5% annualized pace. In fact, employee compensation by itself has risen at a 3.9% annualized pace over the past three months. Meanwhile, inflation is running just about 3% – which means households are seeing real income gains (adjusted for inflation).
This is why consumers don’t feel the need to borrow to the extent they did before the pandemic. Credit utilization rates measure credit card balances as a percent of available credit. As you can see in the following chart, utilization rates for both credit cards and home equity lines of credit are well below pre-pandemic averages.
Lack of stress showing in delinquency data as well Another way to look for signs of consumer stress is to look at the debt delinquency data. As of the first quarter, the NY Fed survey showed that the percent of loan balances that were more than 90 days delinquent was stable around 1.5%. That’s down from 1.9% a year ago, and quite a bit below the 3% average in 2019.
Even third-party collections are at record lows, with just over 5% of consumers having collections against them as of the first quarter. This is down from 6% a year ago and below the 2019 average of 9.2%. The average collection amount per person is $1,316, which is lower than the $1,452 average in late 2019. This is surprising because just with inflation you’d have thought the amount would be higher.
All in all, the data on consumer finances is not showing much cause for concern. So, count us in the “not worried” camp. At least, not yet.

Some Good Inflation News

While the market prices in a much higher likelihood of a rate hike at the June meeting, there was actually some decent news on the inflation front today. Starting with the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence report, in this month's update, the inflation expectations component fell to 6.1% from a peak of 7.9% fifteen months ago in March 2022 (first time reading touched 7.9%). Looking at the chart below, this reading was also at 6.1% fifteen months before that first peak. In other words, for all the talk about how inflation has been stickier, the pace of decline in this indicator on the way down has been the same as the pace of increase on the way up.
Another notable report was today's release of the Dallas Fed Manufacturing report. The Prices Paid component of that report showed a decline from 19.5 down to 13.8 which was the lowest reading since July 2020. For the month of May, two of the five components (Empire and Philadelphia) showed modest m/m increases from multi-month lows, and three showed significant declines to multi-month lows. The chart below shows a composite of the Prices Paid component using the z-scores for each of the five individual components going back to 2010. The peak for this component was 19 months ago in November 2021. Unlike the inflation expectations of the Conference Board survey, this reading hasn't declined quite as fast as it increased in the 19 months leading up to the peak, but at -0.2, it is still below its historical average dating back to 2010 and back down to levels it was at right before the COVID shock hit the economy in early 2020.

Home Prices Bounce in Hardest Hit Areas

March data on home prices across the country were released today with updated S&P CoreLogic Case Shiller numbers. Case Shiller home prices had been falling rapidly in many of the twenty cities tracked, but in March we actually saw a pretty big month-over-month bounce in some of the hardest-hit areas like San Diego, San Francisco, LA, Denver, and Phoenix. Some cities still saw declines, however. Las Vegas saw a m/m drop of 0.93%, while Miami fell 0.41%, and Seattle fell 0.28%.
On a year-over-year basis, Miami is still up the most with a gain of 10.86%. As shown in the table below, Miami home prices are up 59.87% from pre-COVID levels in February 2020, and they're only down 2.9% from post-COVID highs. Only Tampa is up more than Miami from pre-COVID levels (+61.04%), but Tampa prices are down more from their post-COVID highs (-4.70%) than Miami (-2.90%).
Four cities are down more than 10% from their post-COVID highs: San Diego (-10.12%), Las Vegas (-10.95%), San Francisco (-16.35%), and Seattle (-16.50%). New York is down the least from post-COVID highs of any city tracked at just -2.9%.
Below we include charts of home price levels across all 20 cities tracked by Case Shiller along with the three composite indices. We've included a vertical red line on each chart to highlight pre-COVID levels. When looking through the charts, you can see this month's small bounce back in most cities after a 6-9 month pullback in prices from peaks seen early last year.

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2023.06.02 23:31 jab136 Ticker that halted and didn't resume last week is still halted, there was also a halt that showed up in the data today that claims to have started on May 6 and resumed today. Problem is that May 6 was a Saturday. We really need a glitch better have my money flair.

Ticker that halted and didn't resume last week is still halted, there was also a halt that showed up in the data today that claims to have started on May 6 and resumed today. Problem is that May 6 was a Saturday. We really need a glitch better have my money flair.
There weren't a ton of halts during this short week, the highest day was yesterday with 29 halts on 11 tickers. The 20 day average dropped from the 90th percentile last Friday down to just barely in the 70th percentile today because it lost the 5 days from about a month ago when there were an average of more than 100 halts per day. The 50 day average remained in the 80th percentile all week.
Ok, now on to my regular post...
Disclaimer due to recent issues in relation to brigading. I am simply attempting to provide a metric for market wide volatility as a possible alternative to other volatility indices such as VIX. I will talk about quite a few tickers other than GME, but that is simply an attempt to comment on odd or interesting behavior from those stocks that didn't match with the average. I am not advocating for or against any of those other tickers, simply attempting to give data and context for that data. I originally started looking at halt data when I got curious about which other stocks halted between Jan 27 and Jan 29 of 2021 to see if I could find a pattern or some interesting data that might be useful down the line.
For anyone wondering what use it is to have a volatility index or why an alternative to VIX could be useful, this comment chain from my post on December 26th 2022 gives a pretty good ELIA. Also, there has been a lot of chatter on and off over the last few years about VIX and I for one would love to have an alternative that it can just be compared to since more data is always better IMO.
Using education tag this week because of the glitched tickers.
Previous posts on this topic
An analysis of all of the stocks that halted in the first minute of trading on 1/24/23. (part 1 part 2)
Daily post about 12/9 with highest number of halts on a single ticker in over 2 years.
Recent daily tracking post with info about halts going way past 16:00:00 EST
NYSE halt tracking page is seeing some glitches (or possible just odd behavior) over the last few days. (Posted 9/30)
Market Wide Limit Up Limit Down (LULD halts) significantly higher than normal. Over 100 halts today on 28 different tickers. (posted on August 2)
An analysis of every stock that had an LULD halt between Jan 27 and Jan 29 of last year. (posted June 15)
Adding a further TLDR per mod request; LULD halts are volatility halts on a specific ticker that halts trading for a minimum of 5 minutes on that ticker. Several months ago I realized that the NYSE records all the halts that happen every trading day and save them on a website. So knowing this, I wondered if I could possibly find other tickers that had a significant number of halts between Jan 27 and Jan 29 of last year. When I looked at the data, I found a lot of the usual suspects and a few other tickers that hadn't really been discussed previously very much as possible swap basket stocks. I also found that, while the volume of halts did spike in that period last year, the highest period by far in the available data was in mid March 2020. So I theorized that halts are likely correlated to market volatility and may provide an alternative metric to VIX. There has also been some odd activity with resume times for some halts going significantly into after hours (halts typically resume by 16:00:01 EST at the latest).
Ok, now that that is out of the way, I have continued monitoring the NYSE page that tracks halts. Wednesday, and Thursday both had halts going into the closing bell this week. Both days had a resume at 16:00:00 EST which is completely normal. However there are now 2 tickers that are having very odd behavior with multi day halts. As I posted on Monday there was a ticker that had a halt last Wednesday 5/24 that hadn't resumed by the end of last week. It has remained halted through this entire week and is still showing up in the halts data. The historic data is also showing several halts all starting at the same time on that ticker when it halted last week, I am only including a single halt. There was another ticker that had very odd behavior in terms of a nearly month long halt that started on a Saturday somehow. It had not shown up previously as a volatility (LULD) halt so I am not completely certain what is going on.
There was only one ticker this week that had more than 10 halts, that ticker was SDA (SunCar Technology Group Inc.) . This seems to be a chinese company that deals in auto and truck insurance. The news page on yahoo has absolutely no news for this company however it appears that something is definitely going on with it over the last few months. It was trading very steadily at around $10 for years, and then on April 14 it dropped to close at $8 after hitting a low of $6.71. It has been very volatile ever since, and then it had 28 halts this week. 15 of the halts were on Tuesday when it went from an opening price of $18.61 to a closing price of $43.05 (+309.61%) which was also the daily high. It leveled off a bit yesterday and had a very volatile day (low was $26.63, high was $45.73) however it closed at $43.31. It plummeted today, opening all the way down at $31.06, it had a high of $40.35 and closed at $21.34 (-46.20%). I have absolutely no idea what exactly is going on but something is definitely going on.
MEOA (Minority Equality Opportunities Acquisition Inc) is a shell company or SPAC out of Texas. It has been trading for a while. It was supposed to have it's shareholders meeting on last Tuesday (5/23), but it was postponed to Wednesday, then to Friday then again to this past Wednesday (5/31). It closed last Tuesday at $11.05, then rocketed to a high of $43.50 before falling down to $26.54 at the time of the halt. It has not resumed and no trades have been made since then. It had 15 halts last Wednesday. It doesn't have another shareholder meeting postponement on yahoo finance, but it also still hasn't resumed.
SNMP (Evolve Transition Infrastructure LP) is an oil and gas company out of Texas. It has been trading for a while but has been having some issues recently meeting the continued listing requirements since it is trading at just $0.06 per share currently. Today's data from the NYSE lists it as having been paused on 5/6/2023 at 12:03:15 EST and shows a resume today at 09:35:25. Adding to my confusion here is the fact that it has been trading for that entire period and was not listed previously in the data from that week. This is a penny stock so it could be something related to that, but IDK.
The table with halts that had multi day halts or halts without a resume time is going to stay at the top of the post this week because of MEOA and SNMP.
All tickers that have halted one day and not resumed until the next or don't have a resume date on NYSE page
Date halted Date resumed (duration in trading days) Ticker
11/26/2019 11/27/2019 (1) TKKSU
03/12/2020 03/13/2020 (1) CPTAG
03/12/2020 03/16/2020 (2) A-M-C-I-U
03/16/2020 03/18/2020 (2) AMHCU
03/16/2020 03/18/2020 (2) BDCY
03/18/2020 03/27/2020 (7) IBKCN
03/18/2020 03/19/2020 (1) SRACU
03/18/2020 06/04/2020 (54) PAACU
03/19/2020 03/20/2020 (1) ZIONP
03/20/2020 03/24/2020 (2) BPYUP
03/23/2020 5/7/2020 (32) WKEY
03/24/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, but I see data as late as December 1, 2022 on yahoo SMDY
03/24/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, but I see data as late as Friday on yahoo AFMC
03/24/2020 03/25/2020 (1) FLQM
03/24/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, but I see data as late as Friday on yahoo ESGS
03/24/2020 03/25/2020 (1) IQM
03/24/2020 03/25/2020 (1) PEXL
03/31/2020 04/01/2020 (1) MBNKP
04/03/2020 04/06/2020 (1) MDRRP
04/13/2020 04/14/2020 (1) TECTP
04/20/2020 06/17/2020 (41) PNBK
05/18/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, but I see data as late as August 2020 on barchart PMOM
06/04/2020 06/10/2020 (4) MLPO
11/13/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, but I see data as late as April of this year on yahoo CHPMU
12/14/2020 Never resumed according to NYSE page, can't find on yahoo or barchart so probably actually defunct MNCLU
03/24/2021 2 halts listed on same ticker starting at same time, one resumed 03/25/2021, the other never resumed HPR
08/19/2021 Never resumed according to NYSE page, can't find on yahoo or barchart so probably actually defunct LIVKU
05/24/2023 2 halts listed on same ticker starting at same time. Neither has an official resume time yet and the ticker has not moved since Wednesday so it is still halted. MEOA
05/06/2023 Halt appeared in the data on 6/2/2023 with a backdated start date of 05/06/2023. Resume is showing at 6/2/2023, but it was trading during the month between those dates. SNMP
I also track the ratio of total halts in a time period to the sum of the number of individual stocks that were traded during the duration of that period. The daily values bounced around a lot this week with a low in the 11th percentile on Friday and a high in the 89th percentile on Wednesday. The 5 day average was between the 50th and 70th percentiles all week. The 20 day average remained above the 90th percentile all week, but that is just the 5 days with a 5 day average above 100 from the beginning of the month remaining in the data. The 50 day average fell down to the 82nd percentile by Friday this week, which was kind of expected since 50 days from March 13 when there were over 200 halts in a single day was on Monday.
The daily, 5 day, and 20 day total halts are a simple sum (sum the tickers from the data for the daily, sum the daily totals for the multi day totals).
The Daily tickers with halts, 5 day total tickers with halts, and 20 day total tickers with halts only count any individual ticker once. If a ticker has 5 halts in one day, it still only counts as 1 ticker that day. If a ticker halts 3 different days it only counts as ticker in the 5 or 20 day totals. All of the percentages are actually percentiles and are calculated as percentile=100*(1-x/n) where x is the number of days with an equal or higher number of halts than the day being looked at and n is the number of days in the data (891 this week).
I am also including a table giving the cutoff values for 70th, 80th and 90th percentiles in total and unique halts for the daily, 5 day, 20 day, and 50 day averages. This value will change from week to week and be applied retroactively to all past dates.
Percentile target values
Percentile Daily total halts (value from last week) Daily Unique halts (value from last week) 5 Day average total [sum] 5 day average unique halts [sum] 20 day average total [sum] 20 day average unique halts [sum] 50 day average total [sum] 50 day average unique halts [sum]
70th 26 (26) 14 (14) 26.4 [132] (26.4) 10.8 [54] (10.8) 26.65 [533] (26.55) 9.30 [186] (9.30) 29.00 [1450] (28.94) 7.86 [393] (7.86)
80th 34 (34) 16 (16) 30.8 [154] (30.8) 12.6 [63] (12.6) 32.50 [650] (32.05) 10.30 [206] (10.30) 32.84 [1642] (32.82) 9.14 [457] (9.16)
90th 51 (51) 22 (22) 43.8 [219] (43.8) 17.4 [87] (17.4) 43.60 [872] (43.75) 13.40 [268] (13.40) 39.24 [1962] (39.46) 11.02 [551] (11.04)
Past 5 trading days actual halts totals
Date Daily total halts Daily unique tickers with halts 5 Day average [total] (percentile) halts 5 Day unique tickers with halts 20 day average [total] (percentile) halts 20 day unique tickers with halts 50 day average [total] (percentile) halts 50 day unique tickers with halts
05/30 9 (19.81%) 7 (23.29%) 19.8 (52.80%) 7.6 (39.26%) 39.15 (86.56%) 9.85 (74.30%) 33.58 (82.00%) 7.46 (59.33%)
05/31 23 (64.81%) 8 (31.82%) 20.8 (55.24%) 6.6 (28.78%) 34.75 (82.47%) 9.30 (69.46%) 33.48 (81.67%) 7.38 (57.56%)
06/01 29 (75.24%) 11 (54.27%) 17.2 (43.21%) 7.0 (32.91%) 32.45 (79.89%) 8.95 (66.34%) 33.82 (82.44%) 7.36 (57.22%)
06/02 14 (38.67%) 8 (31.82%) 16.4 (40.21%) 6.2 (23.60%) 27.30 (70.86%) 8.00 (55.27%) 33.46 (81.56%) 7.34 (56.89%)
Percentages in the following tables are calculated by dividing the column being looked at by the corresponding total number of trading days column and then multiplying by 100, this is not a percentile, but a percentage. All values between 33% and 66%) above the target (percent expected*1.33, or percent expected*1.66) will be bolded, all values 66% above the target and above will be bolded and italic.
Total halts comparisons
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 949 28.87% 18.97% 9.69%
52 weeks 250 42.00% 26.00% 11.20%
Since 7/29/22 217 44.24% 28.57% 12.90%
Unique halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 949 26.34% 19.70% 9.69%
52 weeks 250 35.20% 23.60% 8.00%
Since 7/29/22 217 36.87% 24.42% 8.76%
5 day trailing average of total halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 945 29.63% 19.89% 9.95%
52 weeks 250 46.00% 27.20% 13.20%
Since 7/29/22 217 51.61% 31.34% 15.21%
5 day trailing average of unique halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 945 29.84% 19.89% 9.95%
52 weeks 250 34.40% 22.80% 6.40%
Since 7/29/22 217 36.41% 23.96% 7.37%
20 day trailing average of total halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 930 29.89% 19.89% 9.89%
52 weeks 250 48.00% 32.40% 8.40%
Since 7/29/22 217 55.30% 37.33% 9.68%
20 day trailing average of unique halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 930 29.89% 19.78% 9.89%
52 weeks 250 37.60% 19.20% 0 (0.00%)
Since 7/29/22 217 42.40% 22.12% 0 (0.00%)
50 day trailing average of total halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 900 29.89% 19.89% 9.89%
52 weeks 250 42.80% 16.40% 5.20%
Since 7/29/22 217 49.31% 18.89% 5.99%
50 day trailing average of unique halts comparison
Time Frame Total number of trading days Number (actual percentage) of days above 70th percentile (expect 30% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 80th percentile (expect 20% for all) Number (actual percentage) of days above 90th percentile (expect 10% for all)
Since August 23, 2019 900 29.67% 19.89% 9.89%
52 weeks 250 32.40% 6.40% 0 (0.00%)
Since 7/29/22 217 37.33% 7.37% 0 (0.00%
All tickers with halts in the last 5 trading days
Total number of halts Ticker Halts Tuesday Halts Wednesday Halts Thursday Halts Friday
1 EDTXU 1 - - -
2 GDC 2 - - -
1 QSG 1 - - -
2 TOP 2 - - -
1 MNPR 1 - - -
1 CDRO 1 - - -
4 FISK 1 1 1 1
4 LAES - 2 2 -
28 SDA - 15 9 4
1 GDEV - 1 - -
1 MRVI - 1 - -
1 SFWL - 1 - -
1 ROCAU - 1 - -
1 NEPH - 1 - -
6 TYGO - - 5 1
2 JWAC - - 2 -
6 UCAR - - 5 1
1 TRKA - - 1 -
1 REUN - - 1 -
2 PBLA - - 1 1
1 CVNA - - 1 -
1 NCNO - - 1 -
1 VGAS - - - 1
4 ELTX - - - 4
1 GRP U - - - 1
It has been 217 trading days since activity spiked from 16 halts on 14 tickers on July 27 to 75 halts on 20 tickers on July 28. Just 2 trading days later (August 2) total halts broke 100 for the 4th time in my dataset (116 halts on 28 ticker on August 2).
No tickers that halted between Jan 22 and Feb 2 of 2021 had any halts this week. Here is the table with the halts on GME and the Headphone stock during the sneeze these two tickers get mentioned every week for obvious reasons on GME, but Headphone actually had more total halts and only 1 less day in a row with halts than we did.
Date GME halts Headphone halts
01/22 3 0
01/25 9 4
01/26 5 2
01/27 3 26
01/28 19 21
01/29 1 11
02/01 1 2
02/02 5 2
Historical top 10 days with most halts on a single ticker (3 entries from this year)
Date Ticker(s) with 31 or more halts Number of halts on Ticker(s) Daily percent change (close to close, from open to close, previous close to maximum/minimum)
02/10/2020 (leadup to pandemic) FMCIU (Forum Merger II Corporation Unit) 60 (+0.63%, -15.50%) but volume was super low so may not be accurate
06/08/2020 (Aftershocks of pandemic) HVT-A (Haverty Furniture Companies, Inc. Class A) 59 volume too low to determine
03/12/2020 (pandemic) A-M-C-I-U (avoiding swapcorn filter) (A-m-c-i Acquisition Corp. II) 53 volume too low to determine
03/13/2023 (This year) WAL (Western Alliance Bancorporation) 46 (-47.06%, +102.64%, -84.88%)
12/09/2022 (recent activity) AMAM (Ambrx Biopharma Inc.) 44 (+1,007.59%, +288.03%, +1007.59%)
03/24/2020 (pandemic) IMAC (IMAC holdings Inc.) 42 (+1,025.26%, 147.50%)
08/02/2022 (recent activity) APDN (Applied Dna Sciences) 38 (+311.15%, +110.53%, +538.77%)
01/03/2023 (This year) JSPR (Jasper Therapeutics, Inc.) 38 (467.29%, 82.67%, 686.75%)
03/16/2020 (pandemic) MDIA (Mediaco Holding Inc.) 37 volume too low to determine
03/13/2023 (This year) FRC (First Republic Bank) 37 (-61.83%, +16.63%, -78.56%)
Here are the currently active tracking charts that I post and update every week. The last of the following charts (Ratio of total halts to unique halts) uses a simple sum of unique daily halts so it can double count the same ticker if it halted multiple days in that period, this is the only point in any of my calculations where 2 different halts on the same ticker actually count as 2 halts and not a single unique ticker halting, it still won't count multiple halts in a single day as separate halts, but a ticker like QSG would show 2 unique halts this week even though it had more halts than that on 1 of the 2 days it had halts.
52 week total halts
52 week unique halts
Current halts
Current unique halts
Total halts going back to 2019 for scale
Unique halts data going back to 2019 for scale
Ratio of total halts to unique tickers
Total halts daily distribution
Unique halts daily distribution
Top 10 days with most tickers with halts since August 2019
Date Unique halts
03/18/2020 (Pandemic) 643
03/19/2020 (Pandemic) 572
03/16/2020 (Pandemic) 554
03/12/2020 (Pandemic) 474
03/09/2020 (Pandemic) 327
03/23/2020 (Pandemic) 279
03/20/2020 (Pandemic) 270
03/24/2020 (Pandemic) 252
03/17/2020 (Pandemic) 208
03/13/2020 (Pandemic) 200
Top 10 days with latest resume times (that still resumed the same day)
Date Latest resume time
03/13/2020 (Pandemic) 16:59:17 EST
11/18/2020 16:52:24 EST
11/2/2020 16:50:51 EST
04/9/2020 16:47:56 EST
02/17/2023 (Last month) 16:35:00 EST
09/30/2022 (recent activity) 16:23:15 EST
03/20/2020 (Pandemic) 16:21:29 EST
12/09/2020 16:20:28 EST
01/15/2021 (Sneeze) 16:20:14 EST
12/15/2021 16:17:29 EST
GME is still the only true play, I am not suggesting that anyone invest in other companies, I am simply tracking market halts as a metric for volatility.
Here are the plots for each full calendar year, as well as the 2 other periods where total halts broke 100 in a single day
2020 total halts
2020 unique halts
2021 total halts
2021 unique halts
2022 total halts
2022 unique halts
Pandemic crash total halts
Pandemic crash unique halts
Sneeze total halts
Sneeze unique halts
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2023.06.02 23:30 Ok-Supermarket4492 Introducing Seattle City Council Newsletter

Hi Reddit! My name is Sharon, and I am a college student interested in civic engagement and politics. I have been working on a project with some other students to make the Seattle City Council meetings more accessible by putting them into short summaries. I have put an example from last week below, though the real thing has a bit more formatting that doesn't translate into Reddit.
This project is relatively new, so we would really appreciate any feedback you may have and hope to make it as informative and accessible as possible! If you're interested in getting these newsletters every week, please click here: https://forms.gle/Yxo5fevVhVWmwcB78.
Example newsletter:
Seattle City Council Meeting Summaries - Week of May 22
Council Briefing 5/22/2023 (Duration: 1h50min)
Council Meeting 5/23/2023 (Duration: 2h56min)
Councilmember Updates
Legislation Updates
State Legislation Update: The Office of Intergovernmental Relations (OIR) director Gael Tarleton, State Relations Director Samir Junejo, and State Legislative Liaison Anna Johnson gave a presentation on legislation regarding climate and environment, healthcare and behavioral health, housing and homelessness, labor and commerce, public safety, drug possession and treatment, social programs and education, the capital budget, transportation.
Public Comments:
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2023.06.02 23:30 Wise-Drama-7082 Better to get i485 approved after 2yrs of marriage?

I'm here, from fiance K1 and now in process of I485 (Minneapolis-St Paul zip code). Get married in Jun 2022, PD Jun 2022, Biometric Jul 2022, EAD approved quickly, just few days after that, I131 and I485 still no update.
I have an unpopular opinion: If less than 2yrs of marriage, I'll be getting conditional GC by the time of approval,, then required for removal of status I751, before I can apply for citizenship. I'm thinking it's better to just wish that I get my GC approve after 2 yrs of marriage then so that I get permanent GC right away. This will avoid additional wait time ROC and filing fee ~$600. What y'all guys think?
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2023.06.02 23:27 Old_Heart_7780 Search warrant(s) for Allen’s property

It’s a slow day. Thought I’d make it a two post day just because. I was reading some comments about the search warrants for Allen’s property, and just decided I have to throw my two cents in- again. I say again because I’m aware I tend to repeat myself. But alas I think the matter of the search warrants are critically important to understand what’s going on. And I don’t say that as a fact, rather I’m just giving my speculation what happened that October 12, 2022 at Richard Allen’s property on Whiteman Road in Delphi.
I just read a comment where someone suggested there was a lot of mess ups with the search warrant for Allen’s property. I disagree. I think the ISP investigators were able to secure a warrant for Allen’s property shortly after having left the two guys from Peru, Indiana’s mothegrandmothers backyard. We do know ISP investigators were in this little old ladies burn/trash pit just prior to looking in Allen’s burn pit. They were obviously looking in this little old ladies trash burn pit ashes because someone told investigators something was burned there. They could not have procured legal access to that little old ladies burnt trash on a whim. They had to have had someone say they knew something vital to the Delphi murder investigation was thrown in that pit and burned. This little old lady had absolutely nothing to do whatsoever with what happened in Delphi on Ron Logan’s land— as we all know. Who could have known something important was burned there— let alone snitched to the ISP something was in that pit?
So the ISP investigators were able to secure a search warrant probable cause affidavit to search her trash dump. There are published news stories that confirm the ISP investigators were there just one short week after the Wabash River search concluded on and early Monday afternoon. The published reports specifically say they were “sifting through ashes”.
No sooner were those ISP investigators done sifting through granny’s garbage/ashes, and the next thing we know they are seen in the PREDAWN hours sifting though a pile of ashes in Allen’s backyard behind a shed. So we can conclude the ISP investigators wrapped up in Peru and headed straight to Allen’s house. This is the kind of dramatic stuff movies are made of.
Just like granny’s backyard burn pit limited search warrant probable cause affidavit— Richard Allen is handed the same limited search warrant PCA to search his backyard for any signs of something burned. I suspect they banged on his door early that morning on October 13, 2022— long before the sun came up. They were in Allen’s backyard using “flashlights to sift through ashes” behind his shed. That’s a fact. There are numerous published eyewitness accounts from Allen’s neighbors stating that’s what the plain clothes investigators were doing.
So it is safe to assume there were TWO search warrant served on Richard Allen and his wife that day—- October 13, 2022. The first search warrant gave investigators a very limited scope of what they could look for in this guys backyard. A guy with a clean criminal record, and trusty worthy enough to have been a licensed pharmacy Technician in the State of Indiana. A guy nobody knew about until several weeks later when he was arrested for the murders of Abby and Libby.
We also know there was a lull in the search that day. Eyewitness reports tell of the Allen’s sitting outside their house along with an idle group of ISP investigators. I have to suspect they found exactly what they were looking for in the small pile of ashes behind his shed. There are published photos of that pile of ashes online and easy to find.
iSP Investigators waited patiently with the Allen’s outside the house while Tony Liggett was dispatched with the CC prosecutor (I would also assume) to go back to the judge for the SECOND search warrant PCA that day. The second search warrant PCA would include the right to search Allen’s house, and I think it’s safe to say— look for a large frame semiautomatic handgun and a box of .40 S&W bullets. As someone once pointed out to me— Richard Allen’s SIG Sauer P226 .40 S&W was on file in the Carroll County Courthouse file on Conceal Carry weapons, which Richard Allen had legally registered to carry his big gun. They knew he had the gun— they needed a witness to say he used it that day, and he burned bloody evidence in his backyard.
I could be wrong— but I speculate there were two search warrant PCA’s served on Richard Allen on that that date- October 13, 2022. It explains the “flashlights” in the early morning while sifting through ashes of all things. It also explains the Allen’s and the plainclothes investigators all standing around while seemingly waiting for something. It explains Richard Allen’s wife seen sitting the couples vehicle while I’m sure Ricky was nervously pacing around the driveway. It’s very possible he put that gun back up in his closet shelf never using it again— and never realizing he’d ejected a bullet on Logan’s land found 2’ from Libby. That second search warrant PCA is the reason he’s been sitting in jail the past 8 months with no bail, and now he’s even given up asking for bail at the present time.
I know why but I think of that song by Drowning Pool when I think of Richard Allen. The song Let the Bodies Hit the Floor it’s that crazy little dance he does for his wife while playing pool and wearing that hat I swear is the hat BG was wearing that day. He’s got that nervous explosive energy thing going on with him— when he walks past his wife and does that crazy spasmodic mosh pit dance thing…
*Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor
Beaten, why for Can't take much more (Here we go, here we go, here we go now)
One, nothing wrong with me Two, nothing wrong with me Three, nothing wrong with me Four, nothing wrong with me
One, something's got to give Two, something's got to give Three, something's got to give now
Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor Let the bodies hit the floor*
I think he’s perfectly capable of an explosive type of anger. I think somebody knew that about his little buddy from Mexico. I think he also knew he lived there right by the Monon High Bridge.
e/please don’t take offense to these lyrics. It’s a song about respecting one another in a mosh pit. Something I’ve never done— but I know my two 40 year old boy’s used to do to expend nervous energy. For some reason I have a habit of equating people to songs I know. Strange, but hey— I’m old.
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2023.06.02 23:26 Ok-Supermarket4492 Introducing Seattle City Council Newsletter

Hi Reddit! My name is Sharon, and I am a college student interested in civic engagement and politics. I have been working on a project with some other students to make the Seattle City Council meetings more accessible by putting them into short summaries. I have put an example from last week below, though the real thing has a bit more formatting that doesn't translate into Reddit.
This project is relatively new, so we would really appreciate any feedback you may have and hope to make it as informative and accessible as possible! If you're interested in getting these newsletters every week, please click here: https://forms.gle/Yxo5fevVhVWmwcB78.
Example newsletter:
Seattle City Council Meeting Summaries - Week of May 22
Council Briefing 5/22/2023 (Duration: 1h50min)
Council Meeting 5/23/2023 (Duration: 2h56min)
Councilmember Updates
Legislation Updates
State Legislation Update: The Office of Intergovernmental Relations (OIR) director Gael Tarleton, State Relations Director Samir Junejo, and State Legislative Liaison Anna Johnson gave a presentation on legislation regarding climate and environment, healthcare and behavioral health, housing and homelessness, labor and commerce, public safety, drug possession and treatment, social programs and education, the capital budget, transportation.
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2023.06.02 23:24 Madguitarist918 Yes, Ryan Cohen DID sell in August. Read the filings.

Yes, Ryan Cohen DID sell in August. Read the filings.
I thought we had put this to rest months ago, but today I have seen several people falsely making the claim that RC did not sell his entire stake in August.
Let's read the filings and do some basic math.

Ryan Cohen's acquisition of BBBY shares and call options between 1/13/2022 and 3/3/2022
From the 13d filed on March 7, 2022, we see that Ryan Cohen bought 7,780,000 shares, and 16,701 call options, giving him voting power for 9,450,100 shares.

Ryan Cohen's disposal of BBBY shares and call options between 8/16/2022 and 8/17/2022
From the 13d filed on August 18, 2022, we see that Ryan Cohen sold 7,780,000 shares, and 16,701 call options, leaving him with a grand total of 0 shares and 0 calls.

Now I'm not saying that RC never got involved again this year, I actually think it is highly likely, but the fact that there are still people saying he never sold almost a year ago is crazy.
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2023.06.02 23:24 Ok-Supermarket4492 Introducing Seattle City Council Newsletter

Hi Reddit! My name is Sharon, and I am a college student interested in civic engagement and politics. I have been working on a project with some other students to make the Seattle City Council meetings more accessible by putting them into short summaries. I have put an example from last week below, though the real thing has a bit more formatting that doesn't translate into Reddit.
This project is relatively new, so we would really appreciate any feedback you may have and hope to make it as informative and accessible as possible! If you're interested in getting these newsletters every week, please click here: https://forms.gle/Yxo5fevVhVWmwcB78.
Example newsletter:
Seattle City Council Meeting Summaries - Week of May 22
Council Briefing 5/22/2023 (Duration: 1h50min)
Council Meeting 5/23/2023 (Duration: 2h56min)
Councilmember Updates
Legislation Updates
State Legislation Update: The Office of Intergovernmental Relations (OIR) director Gael Tarleton, State Relations Director Samir Junejo, and State Legislative Liaison Anna Johnson gave a presentation on legislation regarding climate and environment, healthcare and behavioral health, housing and homelessness, labor and commerce, public safety, drug possession and treatment, social programs and education, the capital budget, transportation.
Public Comments:
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2023.06.02 23:22 EurekaStockade 61---Now or Never--How an Art Festival signalled Stock Market crash on 17 August

61---Now or Never--How an Art Festival signalled Stock Market crash on 17 August
2 June--News item about an Art Festival in Melbourne, Australia
Suggestively titled--- Now or Never
Obvious Globalist signalling

Even more significant is the date the 'festival' begins--
17 August= 229th Day of the Year
11 months 9 days after Queen Elizabeth's death

2 June= Now or Never Art festival story appears on Queen Elizabeth's Coronation date
77 days later--
17 August

Last year the Dow dipped below 30,000 points on 30 Sep 2022
322 days later--
17 August 2023

Signalling events--

17 August= Day 229 of the Year

3 Feb--Toxic Chemical Spill in Ohio
27 weeks 7 days later--
17 August

25 April 2022
115th Day of the Year
Last year Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter
115 days later--
17 August

This year on 11 May--Elon Musk announced he was stepping down as Twitter CEO in 6 weeks
11 May= 11/5

10 Mar-- Silicon Valley Bank crashed 66.6%
Exactly 7777 days after Enron collapsed on 28 Nov 2001

15 March--Ides of March
Credit Suisse crashed 22.3%
155 days later--
17 August

20 March-- Equinox--Xi visits Putin in Moscow
223 days later--
94th anniv of the Great Wall St Crash on 29 Oct 1929
29 Oct 1929 WALL STREET CRASH= 119

18 Jan--a Blue Spiral appeared in the sky over Hawaii
15 April--a Blue Spiral appeared in the sky over Alaska
Blue Spiral--Globalist Bat Signal
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2023.06.02 23:18 slickshit_skeleton is my ear piercing too low?

is my ear piercing too low?
last february (2022) i got my ears repierced at a local place (let my og holes close due to a stretching fail, i used acrylic tapers and plugs. bad idea) and i've waited over a year for them to fully heal so i can try again (this time with titanium). now i've started to wonder if my first hole on my right ear is pierced too low to stretch. i only want to go to a 0g or a 00g. not huge and definitely not any bigger than than.
thanks. (also, ik my hoop is missing a ball. i've just been too lazy to change it lmao)
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2023.06.02 23:17 Chrome-Head Spider-Man Ends: Why It’s Time For Marvel Comics to Hang Up The Webs

Spider-Man Ends: Why It’s Time For Marvel Comics to Hang Up The Webs
The Spider-Man IP is one of the most recognized and profitable the world over. He and his web-slinging offshoots headline in blockbuster movies, best-selling video game adaptations, and the character is still the reigning champion in superhero merchandise sales.
On top of all that, his comic is currently the top-seller at Marvel as well. But it’s time Marvel retired the main ongoing Spider-Man comics for good. Why?
Put simply, the series is intellectually and creatively bankrupt, seemingly beyond repair.
It’s an ongoing publication that not only seems to despise its readers, but also condescends to them. Take the most recent run (the 6th relaunch at #1 of the main title that began in 2022, written by Zeb Wells). A magical mystical entity as a big villain, magic-created children for Mary Jane and the man she was randomly trapped in another dimension with (because these types of storylines just scream ‘Spider-Man’), a cringeworthy and regressive take on Felicia Hardy as the rebound sex doll again now that Peter and MJ are no longer a couple; a run that hinged its central mystery of Peter being seen in ads in a smoking crater with the tagline “What did Peter do?” (turns out, he didn’t do much of anything to cause the crater). Oh, and they randomly decided to kill off Kamala Khan in the pages of Amazing this week because, reasons?
Spider-Man has had plenty of runs in his long history that either didn’t deliver or were handled badly. Longtime readers are well used to it. But Amazing Spider-Man, the longest-running title featuring the character who just celebrated his 60th year of publication, is now an enervating and joyless reading experience. The title is clearly being controlled by a clutch of creators who want to pander to their own cynical and limited ideas of who the character is and should be (incidentally, including members of the same group of writers and editors who basically hijacked the title back in 2008 after the despised story reset of One More Day and Peter’s pact with Mephisto, and really began the regression of the character).
Writer Chip Zdarsky stated in an interview recently that he didn’t want to take on the main series as a writer because when the “fan’s expectations” aren’t met, there is a backlash. But that could just as easily be read as Zdarsky not wanting the title because Marvel would limit him as a writer and require him to do things that fans wouldn’t like.
The problems with the title go well beyond the fact that Marvel stubbornly decide to keep Peter and Mary Jane apart over increasingly convoluted and boring reasons. Peter himself is largely a weak and cowed excuse for a hero. He needs his former archnemesis Norman Osborn to build super-suits for him to take on the likes of the Vulture (the Vulture!). Peter under the pen of Zeb Wells is a hotheaded idiot who won’t take two minutes to explain to the Fantastic Four or Captain America why Mary Jane is trapped in another dimension and why he needs their help, Wells would rather just have him punch them and steal their tech. Peter is less of an inspirational hero as Spider-Man, and more of a neophyte D-bag, who probably wouldn’t have survived his first few years of crimefighting if this was always how he was portrayed.
These poor portrayals, along with Marvel’s insistence that the character remain in this stagnate form, against the wishes of anyone who may desire to write him or his cast otherwise, shows that the company have lost sight of who the character is supposed to be, and that he will likely remain in a closed loop of bad characterizations, increasingly puerile stories that please no one except apparently Marvel themselves. For these reasons, Marvel should probably go ahead and end Peter Parker’s ongoing story. They have two dozen offshoot Spider-characters including Miles Morales to Spider Gwen Stacy to play with, in addition to the numerous symbiotes and their offspring from Venom to Carnage. The outside media adaptations from the movies, games and cartoons, have created their own continuities based on the characters that in some ways have transcended the long-running main title. The Marvel movie company or game developers will never be short on IP or new ideas. Because of Marvel publishing’s shortsightedness and low bar for quality, the title as it is has certainly run its course creatively, and doesn’t appear to have anywhere else to go.
One could simply write these off as the grumblings of a disgruntled fan, and there is some truth to that. But Marvel have displayed an astonishing amount of antipathy and contempt for its fans. It is also widely speculated that Marvel inflate the sales of Amazing Spider-Man with dozens of variant covers per issue, which retailers must buy increased quantities of the book in order to receive (a recent estimate on one such rare cover was 200:1). It would seem Marvel publishing are more interested in selling variant covers than they are telling good stories.
Peter Parker as a character has had a good run, in an epic comic book narrative spanning some seven decades. His story as a hero was once about growth and progression, learning from mistakes, leaning on his loved ones, and overcoming seemingly insurmountable threats while being an inspiration to many both inside the world of the book and in real life. But that character seems long gone now, and it doesn’t appear that the very cynical editors or writers currently working at Marvel have either the wherewithal nor the desire to bring him back.
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2023.06.02 23:16 Dependent-Roll-548 My story from 4X a day till 10 days streak

I still remember the first Porn video I watch when I was 14. I went to one relative in his house and he show me his Porn collection my mind explode. I didn’t know I saw something I will regret to the rest of my life.
Before Porn I was the best kid in the elementary school and register in the talent support program in my country.
I discover Porn in middle school due to it my grads dropped but i still was a good kid
In high school my case got worse that they kicked my from the talent support program and I lost my abroad Scholarship that I wanted since I was a kid. But my grads was fine to normal collage
I went to the best collage in my town and my case became even worse that I failed in many courses but I manage to graduate eventually in 2019
In 2020 and during Covid lockdown and after one year of sitting home without a job my life was at the worse level a watch porn almost all day in my room and I masturbate minimum 4 time a day and more if I could.
Then I set with my self and I put a plan to change
The plan was to divid the addiction to 7 levels (I heard a podcast about it)
1- level one from the guy who never watches porn to the guy who watches porn twice a year.
2- level two from 3 time a year to one every two months
3- level three up to once every month
4 - level five up to once every two weeks
5- level six up to once a week
6- level six up to three times a week
Level 7 has two stages
7- level seven A is watching porn daily
8- level seven B is watching abnormal extreme porn.
And as you guessed it I was level 7 B. I had a plan to go to level 1. The first part of the plan started early in 2021 by moving from level 7B to level 7A It was boring I didn’t like it but I allowed my self to masturbate only if it’s vanilla porn otherwise I don’t open anything
In the mid of 2021 I finally moved to level 6 after a lot of fighting with my self I should mentioned that I add lots of activity to my day and I found a job .
In the middle of 2022 I finally Considered my self level 5 I tried to go for long streak my best was 26 days but now I can go to 10 days without and problems
Starting from this month I will try to be level 4 and my streak should be in average of two weeks for the next four months
I should mention that I feel better from all aspects work and personal life. I go to gym every day and eat health which makes me feel better about my self.
Thank you and sorry for my poor English.
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2023.06.02 23:15 Mother-Tone-9496 Stage 4 Melenoma Experience

New to the forum. Im 49 yrs old will be 50 in September. My main thoughts back at the beginning of the year, will I make it to my 50th birthday? Thought I'd share my experience i have with Melenoma, treatment and side effects. May 2016 I had a mole the size of a half dollar on the center of my back. Diagnose was stage 2 Melenoma. I had it removed immediately with a 6in incision on my back and a lymph node removed with a drainage bag. Went to Dr regularly for blood work and to dermatologist for regular skin checks. December 31st 2022, diagnosed with stage 4 Melenoma. Spread mainly to my liver stomach lining and left lung. I had it everywhere, legs shoulders upper lung but those areas were small amounts of cancer cells. The oncologist immediately put me on immunotherapy 22 days after diagnose by infusion. I had a port put in my chest for easier access. I did not respond to the therapy. Cancer was getting worse. I lost 30 lbs and had no color in my skin. My liver was not working well and made my legs swell and caused raw sores from the thighs down. All the toxins from my liver was excreting through my wounds called weeping. I would have puddles under my feet in minutes. Til this day I am still recovering from the wounds. Able to walk with a cane now. I got skin rashes and nausea from the therapy. Not very many side effects. Dr. switched me over to chemo pill form. It worked instantly. I noticed a big difference. It's now June 2023 and my cancer has shrunk enough in the liver I can get them removed. Side effects from the chemo. Loss of hair, nausea, rashes, fast heart beat, vision changed, bleed easily and I heal slow. Still bloated and stomach is lumpy and hard. I'm hoping the removal of the liver tumors will reduce that. I feel 7 mos pregnant lol. Something to consider for stage 1 melanomies, have your primary keep a close eye on your liver. That seems to be the most common spot it will spread to first. Do bloodwork regularly to insure levels of the liver are in range. This is something i learned after I was diagnosed with stage 4. Remember though cancer is unpredictable even if your Dr keeps an eye in your liver it may still happen undetected. I hope this helps some people who maybe be going through the same thing. Take care!😊
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Not only was Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse the subject of rave reviews, but it also pulled in some gargantuan levels of cash at the international box office, with a final tally that quadrupled the film's ninety-million dollar budget. With incredible success like that, it's only natural that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse would also be taking advantage of a theatrical release. That is the case, as the upcoming film will be exclusively available in theaters when it premieres on June 2nd, 2023.

When Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be on Streaming?

The Spider-Man franchise is in a pretty interesting place regarding streaming. The various films of Sony's franchise have typically been scattered across multiple services. That said, following a historic deal between Sony and Disney, the many stories of Peter Parker and beyond are now available on Disney+. This includes the original Sam Raimi trilogy, the first Amazing Spider-Man film, and, starting mid-May, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Venom. Notably absent from the Disney-streaming platform so far are The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Morbius, and most significant of all, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Some of the films are not currently available on the service because Sony has pre-existing partnerships with Starz, as that's where most of the absent films are available to stream. That is except for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is instead only streaming on Fubo TV and FX Now.

If Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes to Disney+ before Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's theatrical run concludes, that would make the House of Mouse's service a likely contender for a streaming release. However, Sony has also historically partnered with Netflix for streaming releases. Up until recently, that's where Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was available to stream, and Sony still brings their other big releases to the service, like Bullet Train and The Woman King.

When will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse be streaming on Netflix?

Sony Animation’s big new Spider-Man movie is about to hit theaters and will be headed to Netflix (at least in the United States) later this year. For a prediction as to when and a bit more about the new movie, here’s what you need to know.

As we covered in 2021, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be headed to Netflix as the service gets both Sony’s animation and live-action content via a first window deal struck in April 2021.

The deal stipulates that all Sony theatrical movies come to Netflix in the first window, which at a minimum, is 120 days after its theatrical release date. If it arrives exactly 120 days after, it’ll be streaming from September 30th, 2023.

With that said, given how big this movie is, we may see it release a few weeks after the fact. Either way, we expect the movie to be available between late September and November 2023.

Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be Streaming On Netflix?

Yes, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is coming to Netflix approximately in December 2023.

In 2021, Sony and Netflix signed a five-year deal that gave the latter exclusive first-pay-window U.S. streaming rights for Sony Pictures titles after their theatrical and home entertainment windows. Fans can expect to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on Netflix six months after the film’s theatrical release, thus in December 2023. The date seems reasonable considering that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dropped on Netflix on June 26, 2019, six months after its U.S. release on December 14, 2018. The pay-one window usually begins about nine months after a film’s theatrical release, but it might start earlier in particular cases.

Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be On HBO Max?

No, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will not be on HBO Max since it’s not a Universal Pictures movie. Last year, the company released its films in theaters and on the streamer on the same day. However, they now allow a 45-day window between the theatrical release and the streaming release.

Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be Streaming On Disney+?

Yes, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is also coming to Disney Plus approximately in 2025.

Once the pay-one window runs its time and Netflix’s exclusive rights expire, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be available on Disney Plus. The pay-one window might last as long as 18 months, which means it will be a while before Disney Plus subscribers can watch the much-anticipated sequel. Unlike in other countries, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t yet available on the Disney-owned streamer in the U.S.

American fans will have to wait until 2024 to watch Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and at least until 2025 for its sequel. We will update this post once there is an official Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Disney Plus release date.

Is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Available On Hulu?

Viewers are saying that they want to view the new Marvel's animation movie Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on Hulu. Unfortunately, this is not possible since Hulu currently does not offer any of the free episodes of this series streaming at this time. It will be exclusive to the MTV channel, which you get by subscribing to cable or satellite TV services. You will not be able to watch it on Hulu or any other free streaming service.

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There are a few ways to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse online in the U.S. You can use a streaming service such as Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime Video. You can also rent or buy the movie on iTunes or Google Play. You can also watch it on-demand or on a streaming app available on your TV or streaming device if you have cable.

When Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be on DVD and Blu-ray?

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will likely be coming to DVD and Blu-ray around the same time as the streaming release. With theatrical films, on average, coming to streaming sooner than ever (usually ninety days after theatrical release), we'll likely see Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse get a DVD, and Blu-ray release no later than Fall 2023.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Cast and Characters

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was written by Dave Callaham, Phil Lord and Chris Miller and directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson. It stars the following actors:

The following cast members are confirmed to provide their voice talents for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

Shameik Moore as Miles Morales / Spider-Man

Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman

Brian Tyree Henry as Jefferson Davis

Luna Lauren Vélez as Rio Morales

Jake Johnson as Peter B. Parker / Spider-Man

Jason Schwartzman as Jonathan Ohnn / the Spot

Issa Rae as Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman

Karan Soni as Pavitr Prabhakar / Spider-Man India

Daniel Kaluuya as Hobart “Hobie” Brown / Spider-Punk

Oscar Isaac as Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099

Greta Lee as Lyla

Rachel Dratch as the school counsellor

Jorma Taccone as Vulture

Shea Whigham as George Stacy

Andy Samberg as Ben Reilly / Scarlet Spider

What is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse About?

Returning with many of your favorite characters, including Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Peter B. ParkeSpider-Man, and of course Miles Morales as our primary Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is set one year after the events of the previous film. Miles (Shameik Moore) is coming into his own as Spider-Man when he is unexpectedly approached by Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) with an extraordinary opportunity. Does Miles want to help a team of Spider-People, led by Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac) protect the multiverse from the terrifying threat of a man known as The Spot (Jason Schwartzman)?

Obviously, Miles is going to say yes, setting him up for an adventure that will expand this movie’s concept of the multiverse in every possible way. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse promises tons of new characters and worlds, without losing sight of what people have come to love about this particular Spider-franchise.

Miles Morales has become a massively popular Spider-Man, and you can be certain he’ll be at the center of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’s chaotic blend of action, comedy, comic book aesthetics, and large-scale science fiction. It seems more likely than not that Across the Spider-Verse will be the biggest animated release of 2023.
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2023.06.02 23:11 kobrakaan HMV in the UK now have the original AVATAR for pre order on 4K Steelbook :) Avatar (Remastered - 2022) - (hmv Exclusive) Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook

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2023.06.02 23:09 suhiab1 [Store]Store of TI8/TI9/TI10/Nemestice/Aghanim's Diretide 2022 Collector's Cache

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Hero Immortal Treasure I - II 2022 Price(USD) Reserved/Sold
Queen of Pain Bloodfeather Finery 55$ 4 Sold!- 1 left
Hoodwink The Strings of Suradan Bundle 35$ 4 Sold!- 2 left
Bristleback Blastmitt Berserker Bundle 4$
Templar Assassin Golden Seclusions of the Void 4$ 1 Sold
Centaur Warrunner Golden Infernal Cavalcade 4$
The Battle Pass Collection 2022 
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Mars Molten Bore 10$ 1 Sold!
Batrider Charms of the Firefiend 5$
Ageless Heirlooms 2022 
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Mars Wings of Imperium (Ultra Rare) 15$
Medusa Jewels of Anamnes(sa (Very rare) 5$ 1 Sold!
Night Stalker Twilight Legions (Rare) 3$
Diretide 2022 Collector's Cache II 
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Void Spirit Sublime Equilibrium 35$
Anti Mage) Brands of the Reaper 25$
Treant Grudges of the Gallows Tree 20$
Phantom Assassin Darkfeather Factioneer 12$ 1 Sold!
Pudge Cursed Cryptbreaker 10$
Legion Commander Bird of Prey 10$
Night Stalker Feasts of Forever 8$
Doom Dawn of Darkness Foretold 8$
Techies War Rig Eradicators 8$ 2 Sold!
Huskar Sacred Chamber Guardian 8$
Vengeful Spirit Acrimonies of Obsession 8$
Ogre Magi Freeboot Fortunes 8$
Clinkz Withering Pain 8$
Alchemist Darkbrew´s Transgression 8$
Brewmaster The Wilding Tiger 8$
Oracle Transcendent Path 8$
Silencer Grand Suppressor 6$
Diretide 2022 Collector's Cache I 
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Primal Beast Dark Behemoth (VERY RARE) 45$ 3 Sold!
Invoker Angel of Vex (Rare) 25$ 1 Sold!
MARCI Blue Horizons (Rare) 20$ 4 Sold!
Hoodwink Shadowleaf Insurgent 10$ 3 Sold!
Spectre Spoils of the Shadowveil 10$ 2 Sold!
Faceless Void Chines of the Inquisitor 10$
Ursa Trophies of the Hallowed Hunt 10$
Riki Scarlet Subversion 10$
Terrorblade Forgotten Station 10$
Monkey King Champion of the Fire Lotus 10$
Snapfire Whippersnapper 10$ 3 Sold!
Chen Hounds of obsession 8$
Clockwerk Seadog’s Stash 8$ 1 Sold!
Phoenix Crimson Dawn 8$
Undying Dirge Amplifier 10$
Witch Doctor Deathstitch Shaman 8$
Dawnbreaker Starlorn Adjudicator 10$ 4 Sold!
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Ogre Magi Pyrexae Polymorph Perfected 12$ 1 Sold!
Dragon Knight Silverwurm Sacrifice 15$ 2 Sold!
Phantom Lancer Scales of the Shadow Walker 10$
Dawnbreaker Perception of the First Light 10$ 3 Sold!
Clockwerk Apex Automated 10$ 3 Sold!
Razor Test of the Basilisk Lord 10$ 1 Sold!
Ancient Apparition Secrets of the Frost Singularity 8$ 3 Sold!
chen Perils of the Red Banks 5$ 1 Sold!
Grimstroke The Chained Scribe 8$
Broodmother Widow of the Undermount Gloom 10$ 4 Sold!
Mars Forgotten Fate 5$
Rubick March of the Crackerjack Mage 5$ 1 Sold!
Alchemist Cosmic Concoctioneers 15$ 5 Sold! - 1 left
Abaddon Blightfall 10$ 1 Sold!
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Witch Doctor Footfalls of the Sporefathers 30$ 3 Sold!
Sven Indomitable Legacy 60$ 10 Sold!- 1 left
Doom Litany of the Damned 10$ 1 Sold!
Dark Willow Twilight Hex 8$
Enigma Astral Terminus 5$ 1 Sold!
Enchantress Caerulean Star 8$ 1 Sold!
Gyrocopter Arcane Inverter 10$ 6 Sold!
Lycan Creed of the Skullhound 10$ 5 Sold!
Nature's Prophet Desert Bloom 10$ 4 Sold!
Oracle Silence of the Starweaver 6$ 6 Sold!
Skywrath Mage Eyriebound Imperator 15$ 6 Sold!
Tiny Anthozoan Assault 10$ 4 Sold!
Winter Wyvern Defender of the Brumal Crest 10$ 4 Sold!
Shadow Shaman Red Sands Marauder 10$ 6 Sold!
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Faceless Void Claszureme Incursion 70$ 5 Sold! - 1 left
Pudge Mindless Slaughter 10$ 4 Sold!
Sniper Blacksail Cannoneer 5$
Disruptor Fury of the Righteous Storm 5$ 1 Sold!
Bounty Hunter Heartless Hunt 10$ 2 Sold!
Enchantress Songs of Starfall Glen 10$ 4 Sold! - 1 left
Enigma Evolution of the Infinite 10$ 3 Sold!
Timbersaw Clearcut Cavalier 5$ 5 Sold! - 1 left
Keeper of the Light The King Of Thieves 10$ 3 Sold!
Chaos Knight Talons of the Endless Storm 10$ 4 Sold!
Rubick Carousal of the Mystic Masquerade 10$ 2 Sold!
Skywrath Mage Secrets of the Celestial 10$ 3 Sold!
Phoenix Blaze of Oblivion 8$ 2 Sold!
Collector Cache Sets 2019 
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Necrophos Fowl Omen 20$ 4 Sold
Disruptor Defender of Ruin 15$ 3 Sold
Pudge Dapper Disguise 15$ 2 Sold
Warlock Tribal Pathways 5$ 1 Sold
Clockwerk Directive of the Sunbound 10$ 2 Sold
Bloodseeker Fury of the Bloodforge 20$ 4 Sold
Broodmother Automaton Antiquity 10$ 2 sold
Wraith King Grim Destiny 12$ 2 sold
Tusk Distinguished Expeditionary 12$ 2 Sold
Venomancer Verdant Predator 15$ 4 Sold
Batrider Prized Acquisitions 8$ 3 Sold
Abaddon Echoes of the Everblack 10$ 4 Sold
Chen Priest of the Proudsilver Clan 6$ 3 Sold!
Huskar Pursuit of the Ember Demons 15$ 7 Sold- 1 left
Oracle Riddle of the Hierophant 10$ 4 Sold
GrimStroke Paean of the Ink Dragon 10$ 3 Sold
Tidehunter Poacher's Bane 12$ 2 Sold
Undying Curse of the Creeping Vine 10$ 2 Sold
Enigma The Arts of Mortal Deception 6$ 1 Sold
Dazzle Forbidden Medicine 12$ 6 Sold

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Stonemarch Sovereign [Wraith King] 20$ 3 Sold - 1left
Cruelties of the Spiral Bore [Magnus] 20$ 4 Sold - 1left
Pattern of the Silken Queen [Broodmother] 5$ 1 sold
Shimmer of the Anointed [Nyx] 8$ 3 Sold!
Molokau Stalker [Venomancer] 10$ 3 Sold- 1left
Pillar of the Fractured Citadel [Spirit Breaker] 10$ 1 Sold
Primer of the Sapper's Guile [Techies] 10$ 2 Sold - 1left
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2023.06.02 23:08 Enki_shulgi Anyone else here just completely stop consuming anything related to politics?

From about 2011 to late 2022 I was the political guy. I listened to nothing but political podcasts (puke), judged/got angry at others for political shit, waxed poetic to my gf about it for hours on end (somehow she thought it was charming and not cringe, which was a w for the relationship but an l for my personal development). In 2022 I decided to take a break from listening to anything political. A month turned into 3 and now I haven’t listened to or consumed anything political in forever. Now I can be listening to someone that expresses a contrary viewpoint and I don’t have a conniption fit. Now I am not doomscrolling and awaiting for the inevitable end of the fucking world. It’s fantastic and I will never go back. If you’re into politics and you feel bleak and miserable, give it a try. It might just change your life.
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2023.06.02 23:08 -343-Guilty-Spark- Bonus Bonanza

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Welcome to June. We are officially half-way through The Year of Our Arbiter 2023—isn't the passage of time terrifying!
Let’s get you caught up on all the latest happenings in the worlds of Halo, from Season 4: Infection news, an upcoming bonus XP weekend, getting your own Husky Raid maps into matchmaking, MCC modding, HCS DreamHack Dallas, and much more...


Looking to finish up that Battle Pass before Season 4: Infection arrives later this month? Bonus XP has come to Halo Infinite to help you out.
Alongside the HCS Global Invitational at DreamHack Dallas, spanning June 2 through to 10AM on June 5, you can earn bonus XP for completed matches in Halo Infinite.
This week, the Community Doubles playlist arrived in Halo Infinite and we’ve added four new community-made Forge maps for you and your partner. Jump in to test the strength of your teamwork and skill.
The maps added are Daimyo, Arrival, Dead Water, and Last Broadcast.
Halo Infinite concept art for the Infection mode showing three Spartans infected by Iratus
“Spartan Chatter” is a new avenue we are exploring to provide direct updates to the Halo community through the Discord Stage feature on the official Halo server.
In our latest episode, Sean Baron, Head of Halo Infinite Live Service, stopped by to answer community questions, discuss player customization, and share new details on what to expect when Season 4 arrives on June 20—including Infection and Career Rank.
On May 10, an update was released to address various community-requested quality-of-life improvements, sandbox tuning updates, and bug fixes, featuring developer commentary to break down each of these elements in further detail.
This blog details updates to modes (such as Super Fiesta’s addition of the campaign’s unique weapon and Equipment variants), sandbox balance tuning (including changes to the Disruptor, as well as Spike and Dynamo Grenades), Forge updates, and more.
The Season 3 run of Intel data drops came to a close this week, providing some additional lore and context to certain narrative elements of the season—from Spartan Dinh’s backstory, to Created activity on some of the new maps, and disruptions caused by Iratus.
Fracture: FIREWALL key art depicting an army of Executors in a human city with High Auxiliary Sloan displayed on a building and a Guardian in the background
The Fracture: FIREWALL event will return one last time on June 13, giving you a final opportunity to earn customization rewards for your CHIMERA armor as part of the free 20-tier Event Pass and claim your FIREWALL Logo Pin as part of Season 3’s Halo Gear Rewards.
Alongside that, the accompanying Precipice Story Shard series will also conclude when the event returns. In the latest chapter, High Auxiliary Sloan has learned of the Assembly—a clandestine cabal of AIs we discovered in data pads back in Halo: Reach. What does this uncovered mystery mean for the future of the Created?
Wanna get your maps into matchmaking? Well, we’re on the lookout for your best Husky Raid arenas as we look to bring the fan-favorite mode to Halo Infinite.
If you’re feeling up to the creative challenge, you can start your map from scratch, or if you’re looking for some prefab templates you can download and utilize these in the creation of your Husky Raid map.
Once you feel your map is ready to be published, don’t forget to tag it with 343ask-HuskyRaid and be sure to include a screenshot. Have ‘em ready for June 30!
For more information (and a showcase of more amazing community maps), check out our latest issue of Forge Features.
Complete all of your challenges this week in order to unlock the Ultimate Reward: the Orchid Cluster visor.
Halo Infinite image of the Orchid Cluster visor [Imgur]
And head over to the Shop to grab the Synthetic Dawn bundle, featuring the following items for your CHIMERA armor:
  • Noob Cube stance
  • Flayer Crysknife shoulders
  • Synthetic Dawn armor effect
  • Flayed Nerve armor coating
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Happy Pride Month, Spartans! LGBTQIA+ Pride Month is a global celebration of self, identity, love, and freedom to be who we are. In the words of Steve Downes, the voice of Master Chief himself: A Spartan's job is to fight for all of humanity. We're all stronger together, celebrating the things that make us unique as the foundation of our community.
Log in to Halo Infinite and MCC at any time during the month of June and you’ll receive the free Unity emblem and nameplate in each respective game.
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Modtacular header showcasing eight community Halo mods
In case you missed it, we’ve been spotlighting a bunch of community-made mods for MCC.
We released our first issue back in April, where we looked at the likes of Cursed Halo Again, Halo 3: Combat Evolved, Halo 2 Uncut, Ultimate Forge, and more.
In May, we jumped feet-first into Flood-infected city streets. We unleashed mayhem on Sandtrap, battling against hordes of enemy AI—even the Didact and Gravemind showed up to the party! We saw Halo reimagined in Minecraft, and we fought the most terrifying boss of all... the Halo 3 rat.


Banner for HCS DreamHack Dallas 2023
With online competition complete in split 1, we have determined who will be participating in the HCS Global Invitational at Dreamhack Dallas from June 2-4.
The top 16 teams (10-NA, 4-EU, 1-MX, 1-ANZ) based on HCS points from all events year to-date will be competing for their slice of the $125K prize pool.
Catch all the action, including your chance to earn new Twitch Drops, by watching Twitch.tv/Halo.
Learn more by visiting halo.gg and by following HCS on Twitter!
For you fine folks who are heading over to HCS DreamHack Dallas this weekend, you’ll be able to get hands-on with some Season 4: Infection content coming to Halo Infinite on June 20.
For those of you at home, tune into the stream to get all the event exclusive news on Season 4. Whether we’re seeing you in chat or at the event itself, we hope you’re ready to go once more unto the breach for an exciting weekend of competitive Halo (featuring the new Ember Hex weapon coating Twitch Drops).
Halo Infinite image of the Ember Hex weapon coating


Celebrate and show your support with the new 2023 PRIDE collection in the Xbox Gear Shop!
Image of 2023 Xbox Pride t-shirts
We partnered again with our friends at Dr. Squatch to re-release the legendary Halo Spartan Scrub and introduce the Spartan Shield deodorant. Hopefully, you were able to snag the new Spartan Shield deodorant before they sold out! If not, stay tuned for more availability later this year.
There’s still time to secure the Spartan Scrub and receive a code to unlock the exclusive Smellbringer Armor Coatings.
Head over to Halo x Dr. Squatch!
Image of Spartan Shield Deodorant from the 2023 Halo x Dr. Squatch partnership
In May, we revealed the cover art for Halo: Epitaph, illustrated by Chris McGrath.
Halo: Epitaph is the next novel by Kelly Gay, which will explore the final fate of the Didact in the wake of his defeat at the end of Halo 4 —and his subsequent composition in the Halo: Escalation comic series.
Scheduled for release on January 2, 2024, stay tuned for chapter previews later this year!
Stripped of armor, might, and memory, the Forerunner warrior known as the Didact was torn from the physical world following his destructive confrontation with the Master Chief and sent reeling into the mysterious depths of a seemingly endless desert wasteland. This once powerful and terrifying figure is now a shadow of his former self—gaunt, broken, desiccated, and alone. But this wasteland is not as barren as it seems. A blue light glints from a thin spire in the far distance…
Thus begins the Didact’s great journey—the final fate of one of the galaxy’s most enigmatic and pivotal figures.
Cover art of Halo: Epitaph by Chris McGrath depicting the hooded figure of the Didact with half a broken helmet in a desert environment, the tower of Halo 3's map Epitaph in the background


  • CANON FODDER – DIDACT'S DELIGHTS: In the May edition of Canon Fodder, we take a closer look at the cover art of Kelly Gay’s upcoming novel, Halo: Epitaph, featuring the return of the Didact, and dive into some other lore goodness.
  • COMMUNITY CORNER – MOTOSTREAMS: In our latest Community Corner issue, we're joined by Moto Streams to learn about her history with Halo over the years and how she cultivated one of the most wholesome streaming communities out there!
  • WAYPOINT APP SUNSETTING: The Halo Waypoint app for iOS and Android platforms will officially be sunset on June 7, 2023. The Halo Waypoint website on mobile and desktop will remain the home for Halo game service records, file shares, leaderboards, franchise news, HCS, code redemption, and more.


This month’s piece from The Artist’s Corner is an illustration by David Heidhoff from Halo Mythos, depicting the Desecration of Ulgethon—a first contact encounter that would ignite decades of conflict between the Sangheili and San’Shyuum known as the War of Beginnings.
When the San’Shyuum landed on the desolate world of Ulgethon, a planet that appeared entirely uninhabited, the first pioneer detachment identified a repository of Forerunner relics. Upon arriving at the site, however, they found it inhabited by the Sangheili, and they spoke with their leader—an Arbiter known as Vema ‘Togad, who would come to be known as the Prophet’s Bane.
After learning of their intentions to excavate the ancient relics, ‘Togad slaughtered the San’Shyuum delegation and sent their severed heads back to the Anodyne Spirit as a warning. And so, the War of Beginnings erupted, with the San’Shyuum taking their dreadnought to the skies where it was met by a blockade of Sangheili ships, which is the scene depicted in the artwork below.
You can learn more about this fascinating period of early Covenant history in the Halo 2: Anniversary Terminals, the novel Halo: Broken Circle, and in the 2022 edition of the Halo Encyclopedia.
Halo Mythos art by David Heidhoff showing the War of Beginnings between the Sangheili and San'Shyuum on the world of Ulgethon [Imgur]
That brings us to the end of this Community Update.
Get started on those Husky Raid maps, check out some fantastic MCC mods, tune into the HCS stream this weekend, earn some bonus XP in Halo Infinite to round off your Battle Pass, and carve out some time in your calendar for January 2024 to reunite with the Didact in the Domain.
And, of course, prepare yourself for the wrath of Iratus when Season 4 arrives on June 20. The anticipation has been, shall we say... infectious.
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2023.06.02 23:05 egpizzarolls16 My parents don't understand my feelings

My boyfriend(M18) and me(F17) aren't allowed to be with each other until I'm 18. I've been with my boyfriend for almost 7 months now. I've had many relationships before him. None of them have ever lasted as long, and none of them have really been about love. Most of my past relationships were either just all fun and infatuation, and some were just damaging to me in many ways. About a year ago I decided to do the musical at my school. My boyfriend got the lead and with that, I had a really huge crush on him. At first it wasn't a serious thing. And it actually didn't become anything more than just a crush. But skip to about SeptembeOctober of 2022, I got the lead in my school's next musical, and he was the male lead. With this, I ended up having these feelings for him again. And I decided to take my chance since we would have to be spending so much time together. And eventually, in November 2022, he asked me to be his girlfriend and of course I said yes. But there was such a big problem, and it was and still is, my parents. I told them about him, because I really had big feelings for him. And they didn't like the idea at all. They don't want me being with anyone until I'm 18. And of course I have never cared for this dumb rule. I've never made any huge and detrimental life changing mistakes while being in relationships. So I just never cared. But they do. I've tried ever since we started dating to convince my parents to even meet him. They simply refuse. We only have ever gotten to see each other in school, because they will not allow us to spend time with each other outside of school. Luckily we have had many school trips in which we could spend our time together, so it was nice. But today is graduation. I even had to get in an argument with my parents on even going to see him graduate. We've been together for 7 months. I know that isn't long but it is quite a while, so I don't get why they won't just cooperate. They won't allow me and him to see each other until I'm 18. And I don't turn 18 until April of next year. So I have a while to go. They won't even allow me to hang out with my friends now. I've done nothing with my boyfriend to break any sort of trust with them. He's never done anything either. He's genuinely the most amazing person I've ever met. And I'm so lucky to even have him. He is very upset about the whole thing but he is willing to go through it all with me, which I feel as though especially nowadays is very unlikely with most people to be willing to do. And me and him have discussed this a lot. Even from early within our relationship we have understood the fact this would happen. But now it's actually happening, and I hate it. Why can't I just be happy and love someone who loves me? Why don't my parents understand I can feel love too? My mom and dad had me when they were my age. And I feel as though that is the main reason why they are and have always been so restrictive of my relationships. Why can't they try to understand that sex is not everything to me? That my boyfriend is actually very religious and wouldn't even want sex in any way to begin with! I genuinely just want to spend time with him. I want to call him without being afraid of my parents walking in the room. I want to buy him gifts without having to hide them in my closet. I just want to be with him. Because I genuinely love him so so much and he loves me just as much. And now it's going to be a struggle every day until next year. In about an hour I will get to watch him get his diploma. I'll be able to give him the gifts I've been hiding. And I'll be able to give him more hug before we can't spend a day together for a while.
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