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« Reply #30 on: September 02, 2021, 11:38:39 AM »
He does not have a counter argument.

Let me again speak plainly...That is not what is driving core inflation.  Tesla sales are a drop in he bucket... and etherium and NFT's are not driving it....There are systemic divers of inflation that have now been set in motion...transportation costs and wages to name a few.  It is in pretty much every category and will not be "transitory"  or "temporary"  as the current administration would like the sheep to believe... buckle up buttercup because it's coming...

Walmart Pay Hike Brings Average Hourly Wage to $16.40

https://www.bloombergquint.com/onweb/walmart-says-pay-increase-brings-average-hourly-wage-to-16-40

They will never get that back...and where do you think they will get the $$ to pay for that hike?...the very definition of inflation.
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« Reply #31 on: September 02, 2021, 12:00:05 PM »
He does not have a counter argument.

Let me again speak plainly...That is not what is driving core inflation.  Tesla sales are a drop in he bucket... and etherium and NFT's are not driving it....There are systemic divers of inflation that have now been set in motion...transportation costs and wages to name a few.  It is in pretty much every category and will not be "transitory"  or "temporary"  as the current administration would like the sheep to believe... buckle up buttercup because it's coming...
The fed policy and supply issue. As far as I know, companies are not sitting on inventory in a secret warehouse driving up demand.
I see a double standard for trump only. Have low interest rates.


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« Reply #32 on: September 02, 2021, 12:03:02 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)

It is hard for people to understand that do not know consumer products.

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« Reply #33 on: September 02, 2021, 12:17:13 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)


InsideEVs article: Estimated delivery time (new orders) for base versions of all Tesla cars in the U.S. is now 2022.

Estimated delivery time (new orders):

Tesla Model 3:

Standard Range Plus: January 2022 (previously 8–14 weeks)
Long Range: November (no change)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (previously 4–7 weeks)

Tesla Model S:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: January–February, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model X:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model Y:

Long Range: January 2022 (previously December)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (no change)
The changes of estimated delivery dates to 2022 indicate a much higher demand than supply, but it's impossible to know whether the supply is seriously affected by the production constraints (semiconductor shortage or other bottlenecks) or is mostly demand related.

https://insideevs.com/news/526879/us-order-backlog-tesla-modely/

Note these are estimates. I know someone that is on a waiting list for a model 3. Still waiting and is scheduled to get it soon. Tbd (but not long range)


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« Reply #34 on: September 02, 2021, 12:21:21 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)

It is hard for people to understand that do not know consumer products.

Eye, I am not sure what you really do but I am easily more qualified than you to not only understand these issues but also comment on them with authority. This is the kind of stuff  that is right in my wheelhouse.  My knowledge does not come from some article you read on MSNBC. It comes from over 35 years of actually managing money (real money) for Fortune 100 companies.  A background and degree in Economics/System Sciences with a double in Computer Sciences Mathematics from UCLA.   What qualifies you with special insights or knowledge?

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« Reply #35 on: September 02, 2021, 12:29:00 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)


InsideEVs article: Estimated delivery time (new orders) for base versions of all Tesla cars in the U.S. is now 2022.

Estimated delivery time (new orders):

Tesla Model 3:

Standard Range Plus: January 2022 (previously 8–14 weeks)
Long Range: November (no change)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (previously 4–7 weeks)

Tesla Model S:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: January–February, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model X:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model Y:

Long Range: January 2022 (previously December)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (no change)
The changes of estimated delivery dates to 2022 indicate a much higher demand than supply, but it's impossible to know whether the supply is seriously affected by the production constraints (semiconductor shortage or other bottlenecks) or is mostly demand related.

https://insideevs.com/news/526879/us-order-backlog-tesla-modely/

Note these are estimates. I know someone that is on a waiting list for a model 3. Still waiting and is scheduled to get it soon. Tbd (but not long range)



Who cares?...Teslas total sales only represent around 1.5% of the total US auto sales...practically nothing and therefore growth impacts NOTHING.

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« Reply #36 on: September 02, 2021, 12:36:34 PM »
But you said demand for tesla is long balogny.

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« Reply #37 on: September 02, 2021, 12:37:48 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)

It is hard for people to understand that do not know consumer products.

Eye, I am not sure what you really do but I am easily more qualified than you to not only understand these issues but also comment on them with authority. This is the kind of stuff  that is right in my wheelhouse.  My knowledge does not come from some article you read on MSNBC. It comes from over 35 years of actually managing money (real money) for Fortune 100 companies.  A background and degree in Economics/System Sciences with a double in Computer Sciences Mathematics from UCLA.   What qualifies you with special insights or knowledge?

If you want to pay my consulting fee. You can find out.

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« Reply #38 on: September 02, 2021, 12:41:53 PM »
But you said demand for tesla is long balogny.

..Again Eye quit trying to put your meaning to the words...Tesla is Baloney.

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« Reply #39 on: September 02, 2021, 12:43:34 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)

It is hard for people to understand that do not know consumer products.

Eye, I am not sure what you really do but I am easily more qualified than you to not only understand these issues but also comment on them with authority. This is the kind of stuff  that is right in my wheelhouse.  My knowledge does not come from some article you read on MSNBC. It comes from over 35 years of actually managing money (real money) for Fortune 100 companies.  A background and degree in Economics/System Sciences with a double in Computer Sciences Mathematics from UCLA.   What qualifies you with special insights or knowledge?

If you want to pay my consulting fee. You can find out.

I already know you wouldn't qualify for mine but what are your creds?  I'm proud of mine.

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« Reply #40 on: September 02, 2021, 12:47:14 PM »
Investment advice from you? Please

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« Reply #41 on: September 02, 2021, 12:48:58 PM »
Investment advice from you? Please

Like I said...you couldn't make my minimums but that's OK, I will still give you some insights....for free.

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« Reply #42 on: September 02, 2021, 02:25:40 PM »
Someone tell the fake guy to wake up. Huge demand is driving up prices.
1. That there was a mad dash for gpus, cpus, miners because of the of crypto. There still is a huge demand even after the LHR (limited hash rate) gpus. Just recently a lot of people were waiting or camping in line at Best Buy for gpus. Through out the pandemic people were lining up in front of stores even based on rumor of store shipment with no guarantee of the store receiving one. Some stores are forcing people to buy combos in order to receive a gpu or other item. This was primarily done during black friday or holiday season in the past. For example, if you a person wants a gpu they have to enter a raffle and if they win then they can buy the gpu, with monitor, motherboard, power supply, gaming case. (combination may vary)
Another way, is to sign up on the website to get email if stock is available. I know someone that waited more than 6 months and got an email that he can buy the gpu at retail price. Scalpers or individuals have sold gpus for double the price or more.
2. Demand for cars soar through the roof. (New and used) Many dealerships not receiving top selling cars or maybe only receiving 1.
3. Other collectables huge demand. Such as Pokemon cards. People waiting in front of Target and Walmart for Pokemon cards. (I am not sure if target still does lines for Pokemon cards) Special clothing/shoe releases.
4. Home goods/home improvement/construction. There has been a huge demand.
5. Electronics - huge demand
6. Video game system - huge demand for the new systems
7. Weights - people creating a home gym

Many more to list. Huge resale market for items mentioned above. Huge demand for everything and not enough supply. If you just woke up and did not know what realize what is happening. Then I suggest you drink some coffee. I know people quit their job just to do resell online.

Fyi - there is an unofficial driver for the new gpus that are lhr. I want to say to get 75% hash rate for ethereum. Huge demand for ethereum because that crypto is used to buy nfts. I guess the so called trend is nft.

* not investment advice

Also, waiting list for Tesla is long due to huge demand. (really LONG =P)


InsideEVs article: Estimated delivery time (new orders) for base versions of all Tesla cars in the U.S. is now 2022.

Estimated delivery time (new orders):

Tesla Model 3:

Standard Range Plus: January 2022 (previously 8–14 weeks)
Long Range: November (no change)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (previously 4–7 weeks)

Tesla Model S:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: January–February, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model X:

Long Range: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Plaid: March–April, 2022 (no change)
Tesla Model Y:

Long Range: January 2022 (previously December)
Performance: 5–7 weeks (no change)
The changes of estimated delivery dates to 2022 indicate a much higher demand than supply, but it's impossible to know whether the supply is seriously affected by the production constraints (semiconductor shortage or other bottlenecks) or is mostly demand related.

https://insideevs.com/news/526879/us-order-backlog-tesla-modely/

Note these are estimates. I know someone that is on a waiting list for a model 3. Still waiting and is scheduled to get it soon. Tbd (but not long range)



Who cares?...Teslas total sales only represent around 1.5% of the total US auto sales...practically nothing and therefore growth impacts NOTHING.

So this is what he does. He makes his fake Republicon argument against Tesla. But in my previous thread I mentioned new and used cars there are high demand. I believe all major car makers have mention supply constraints.

Republicon like the fake guy like to bash Tesla.

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« Reply #43 on: September 02, 2021, 02:29:27 PM »
Im a pro in marketing. Keep it up.
You are losing every time you have a conversation with me.

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« Reply #44 on: September 02, 2021, 02:45:06 PM »
C'mon eye, Impress us with your creds. Justify why anyone should put any weight in anything you say.  Wow us. As for Tesla, you were the one so impressed with their numbers. I only pointed out in the Context of inflation (the topic of this thread) they are irrelevant.

 

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