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2023.03.25 02:03 AllGoodNamesRGone9 Anyone else on a Gas prepaid meter?

Been with British/Scottish Gas for years now, recently been looking to cut down on some bills (self explanatory 😅) and I was just curious if anyone else is on a prepaid meter with the same provider or maybe even different provider and feel like they are being ripped off massively for the top ups they need to do? I’m aware that there’s been a price increase for daily standing charges + kWh usage of course, my water is heated by the boiler but considering I shower in cold water and have done for health benefits for over a year with next to no exceptions, I switch the heating on for maybe tops 2/3 hours or have done over the winter months and I was told my usage is 10,588 kWh for the last 12 months and from the receipts I have managed to keep I’ve easily spent over £800 over the last 12 months on topping up that sh** card. While my friend showed me her Octopus account and lives in very similar environment to myself and is the “save energy” type person she is with the only exception being her shower being electric heated, her usage for last 12 months for gas was less than 500 kWh.
Could someone let me know if I’m being scammed or stupid here… Or if you have the same issue pls let me know too!
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2023.03.25 02:03 bbgirliexo Scams at South Florida gas stations regarding people selling home surround systems?

Good evening guys. I live in South Florida (Fort Lauderdale). This evening I was getting gas, and I had two separate dudes in two separate blacked-out heavily tinted vans pull up to me while getting gas (in a semi-secluded area of the station) asking me if I would be interested in buying a home surround system at a really good price and having them set it up for me.
Funnily enough, they didn’t ask any guys also getting gas on the opposite end of the station, just me and another lady.
Is this some sort of legit business people are trying to run nowadays or is this a new sketchy way of preying on gullible people to kidnap? lol. I’ve lived here my whole life and have always felt comfortable getting gas alone at night (8-8:30 pm) and have never had this happen before.
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2023.03.25 01:51 Left-Inside3089 Weird question: What are the official names of the TWTPTFLOB/Roxana characters?

I'm so sorry if it's so stupid but I want to create a guilty pleasure fanfic and it's just eating me on the back of my mind. I want to use their official names just as a dedication to the manhwa artist but I saw one of the characters name as Okra Fipellion and in my country okra is a green fruit 😭 (I'm not even sure if that's their official name but the wiki I'm reading it on spells Agriche as 'Agrece' and as far as my knowledge goes that's the official spelling (I think?)
And if you're wondering why I can't just read it myself, I'm always about to be broke. The food and gas prices is just well...kinda testing my limit. Please help me out because i can't really imagine writing down Okra every time I write that character down (Oruca sounds so much prettier but I'm pretty sure's it's an unofficial name)
Thx in advance!
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2023.03.25 01:49 katie0873 Hollywood Feed - price gouging

I know a lot of gas, grocery, & apartments companies have been price gouging us all - but just wanted to add that today I went to Hollywood Feed and they had raised the price up on one of their pet products I would regularly get by fifty percent. I’m quite doubtful that their employees have gotten anywhere near a 5-10% pay raise, much less anywhere near 50%. It is really unAmerican that these companies think we will keep paying their rate hikes. They have lost my business and recommendation.
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2023.03.25 01:48 JTJet [CA-ON] [H] CRP JIPink/Japanese Beige [W] PayPal, Local Cash

Hey! Prices in USD shipped to CAN/CONUS. Please comment and PM if you're interested or have questions. Send me your PayPal e-mail if you want a faster transaction. Thanks!
Item Description Price
CRP JIPink/Japanese Beige CRP R1, lightly used. Keys it comes with shown here. $130
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2023.03.25 01:40 WilmaCoxfit [WTS] Colt/DD/KAC Mk18 mod 1 upper -$865 shipped

Selling my mk18 mod 1 upper. Bought it off arfcom a couple years ago and haven't put many rounda through it. Includes the following:
DD RIS II MK18 Handguard DD 10.3" Mk18 barrel with lo pro gas block Colt cage code upper with sqaure forging KAC NT4 Flash hider
Price is $865 shipped though PayPal G&S (price seems weird because I'm splitting the fees) let me know if my price is off but I thought based on current sales it was pretty close.
added timestamp to last pic
I forgot to mention that the screw heads are chewed up some and tried to take detailed pictures. If there's something you would like another picture of let me know.
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2023.03.25 01:34 SwordsmanTen Is Columbus metro a High Cost of Living (HCOL) area?

It used to be common for people to say Columbus is an affordable place to live. However, in the last decade, housing prices has risen and new taxes have been introduced (ticket tax, online sales tax, haircut tax) while other taxes have increased such as property and gas tax. Today, about the only people I hear saying Columbus has a low cost of living are employers. How do we compare with HCOL areas?
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2023.03.25 01:29 EducationalFans High Gas Prices, Huh ?

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2023.03.25 01:28 tx_bones [WTS] Geissele SMR Mk8 13.5" DDC $200, Criterion 16" Mid Ultralight/Gov't Profile $200, P365 10 Round Mag $35

A claim of "I'll take X / Dibs X" is your commitment to pay asking. Priority goes to in-thread comment timestamp with clear statement of claim. Follow up via PM, NOT REDDIT CHAT. Please be specific about the item(s) you're interested in when messaging me.
Prices are shipped CONUS. Fees are included in price.
Will not ship any item to a state where it is banned.
The only trade I'm even remotely interested in is a Nodak Spud NDS-37 rear sight.
Thanks for looking!
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2023.03.25 01:24 TopPomegranate4432 Octopus Energy – free £50 bonus when you switch to Octopus

Octopus Energy is offering a free £50 to anyone that switches their energy provider to them via referral. If you’re a business, you would get £100 for switching. You can switch no matter what type of meter you have (smart, standard or economy 7) but you’d need to switch both your gas and electricity. Another plus: no fees if you decide to switch out elsewhere later!
How to get your free £50 bonus with Octopus Energy:
1. Sign up using my referral link here
2. Enter your post code and answer questions about your current energy use to receive a price quote. Click "Sign me up" to see the details about the proposed tariff, and then confirm the switch once you’re happy.
TIP: When getting the quote, enter your “actual” energy usage using an old bill instead of choosing the “low, medium, high” options – although, you can easily reduce your monthly direct debit payments online once your account is created. I was able to manually lower my monthly direct debit by about 70% - it’s brilliant that Octopus allows this flexibility.
3. You'll need to enter your gas and electricity meter ID numbers, so have an old bill ready since they will be on there. Octopus is brilliant at updating you via email on the whole process with what you need to do at each step.
4. Your £50 reward will be credited to your account after your first direct debit has been taken - I received mine after 2 weeks.
My experience: I switched from Shell Energy to Octopus over a month ago, as Octopus worked out cheaper across the board for both gas and electricity, so the £50 switch reward was a total bonus. I initially chose the Flexible Octopus tariff (which was cheaper than Shell Energy), then I changed it to their even cheaper Octopus Tracker – so I would highly recommend one of these two tariffs if you’re looking to undercut other suppliers.
Timeline: The £50 reward was applied to my account less than 2 weeks after my first direct debit was taken and the switch process was probably the smoothest I’ve ever experienced. Really impressed.
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2023.03.25 01:18 Blueberry_Scared [WTS] BA 308 Barrel, Aero Gas Blocks, Aero 308 Rifle Buffer Kit, BCM BCG, MOE Grey Rifle Stock, and FDE Ladder Rails

Hello everyone,
Offloading these items since they are essentially spare parts and/or decided to take a different route with my builds. Prices include shipping and feel free to trade stuff with me. Of course if you buy multiple things at once, I will give a discount to ya.
BA 16” 308 Barrel (Nitride, 1/10 Twist, .750 journal, Midlength gassed, round count is under 100): $80 shipped
Aero 308 Rifle Buffer Kit (Seen 140 rounds precisely and has worked flawlessly): $40 shipped
FDE Ladder Rails 4 count: $20 shipped
MOE rifle stock: $50 shipped (will include an extended buttpad for free)
BCM 5.56 BCG (Phosphate/Chrome Lined, all the good shit you want in a BCG, round count is 200 hunnid beans): $160 shipped
2 Aero .750 Gas Blocks: - New in box, nitride: $25 shipped - Like new, phosphate: $20 shipped
Noods: https://imgur.com/a/iAr0peB
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2023.03.25 01:15 JingleWriter1 Got a quote for a new HVAC system - is it good?

In the SOCAL area, got a quote for a Bosch AC system replacement. Below is the quote - looking for input on whether this is a good price given the geographic location of just outside of LA?
They said the duct work bit is optional / up to us - they'd recommend it given the age (21 years - AC and duct is original to the home) but not that it's in bad shape now either ...
Finally - I thought the Bosch systems required their own thermostats, but company noted the Honeywell thermostats we have would work fine with it?
Thanks so much !
Replace (2) Hvac Systems
makes every effort to work carefully and to protect the areas in which they work. However, on occasion, the following may occur: (1) attic support beams may flex when stepped on and cause a crack in the ceiling or drywall, and/or (2) pre-existing wiring that has been incorrectly installed may get damaged, These situations are beyond our control and therefore any repair needed is the responsibility of the homeowner.
  • We will make every effort to protect the perimeter of your attic access hole. Please make note we will be removing and installing approximately 300 lbs. of equipment through this access. For this reason, slight paint damage or plaster chipping may occur, which we cannot be responsible for.
  • The system in this proposal includes the use of 410a refrigerant in place of R-22 Freon. Per the Clean Air Act of 1990, in conjunction with the Montreal Protocol, production or importing of R-22 and other ozone depleting chemicals is being phased out and banned. The goal for 2004 was a 35% reduction with a 90% reduction expected by 2005. An environmentally safe alternative to R-22 is 410a. It has been successfully used since 1995 and was first developed in 1991 by the Honeywell Corporation. For further information on 410a please visit the Honeywell website at www.410a.com.
  • Your job will not pass without proper Carbon Monoxide monitors being installed. The average home takes about 1 to 3 monitors.Cost per monitor installed varies, depending on monitor location. $55.00 - $250.00. Please contact us at 805-499-0448 for any questions.As of July 1, 2011, the Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act (Senate Bill - SB 183) will require all single - family homes with an attached garage or a fossil fuel source to install carbon monoxide alarms within the home by July 1, 2011. Owners of multi-family leased or rental dwellings, such as apartment buildings, have until January 1. 2013 to comply with the law.
Total: $35.000.00
This is the price for the project above.
Replace Ductwork
  • Remove accessible old ducting located in attic
  • Design and install a new high quality MHP, R-6.0 ducting system per California Title 24 Codes.
  • Design & install a new high quality MHP, R-6.0 return ducting system per Calif. Title 24 codes.
  • All exposed metals will be insulated and ducts will be properly supported and/or hung.
  • All stack heads will be screwed and sealed to their drop boxes to prevent air leaks.
  • All existing wall and ceiling drop boxes will be scaled at all scams.
  • Face of boxes will be sealed at drywall lip and painted black.
  • The system will be leak checked and air balanced per California Manual D codes.
  • DUCTING WARRANTY: Lifetime warranty on ducting parts for original owner only. Damage due to animals, insects, etc. not covered.
Total: $9,000
(2) Hepa Filters
  • Install (2) Hepa-rated high voltage Trane CleanEffects air cleaner systems
  • EQUIPMENT - Warranties: 5 years-labor, 10 years-parts on CleanEffects
Total: $3,000
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2023.03.25 00:30 foreverbeautiful- U.S. regional bank liquidity risk continues to spread as market rate hike expectations cut sharply

Last week, to prevent the banking sector crisis from spreading, the Federal Reserve announced an emergency Bank Term Funding Program (BTFP) on March 12, which provides loans to all U.S. federally insured depository institutions for up to one year. U.S. regional bank stocks were once again sold off as market risk aversion heated up. The banking system tightened funding after recent risk events, with short-term borrowing from the Fed's discount window increasing sharply to $152.9 billion, surpassing the high of the 2008 financial crisis; meanwhile, the Fed lent more than $160 billion to the banking sector through two other credit instruments. In terms of economic data, U.S. CPI, PPI and retail sales show that inflation continues to move downward, but core inflation remains stubborn. Consumer confidence has not been restored despite a decline in consumer inflation expectations. Banking sector risks continued to spread making the market risk averse and the US bond yield curve steepened sharply throughout the week; banking sector risks also added to recession fears and investors sharply cut interest rate hike expectations; equity assets were under pressure overall. On the exchange rate front, the U.S. dollar index fell. Among commodities, Brent crude oil fell for the full week and gold prices rose. Asian credit markets had no primary new issuance, secondary market investment grade rebounded with the broader market, and high yield segment was weaker due to real estate impact.

Market Dynamics

Last week, to prevent the spread of the banking sector crisis, the Federal Reserve announced on March 12 the Bank Term Funding Program (BTFP) on an emergency basis, providing loans of up to one year to all U.S. federally insured depository institutions. Specifically, the loan program allows banks to meet customer withdrawal requirements by pledging U.S. Treasuries, mortgage-backed bonds and other debt to borrow funds equal to the face value of the collateral at a one-year overnight index swap rate plus 10bp, without having to sell the portfolio at a loss. Market sentiment eased briefly after the policy was introduced. On Tuesday, Moody's downgraded its outlook on the U.S. banking sector to "negative", saying that despite efforts by regulators to support the industry, its "operating environment has deteriorated sharply", while downgrading six banks and placing them on the negative watch list. U.S. regional bank stocks were sold off again, as market risk aversion heated up. On Thursday, 11 major U.S. banks joined forces to provide liquidity relief to a regional bank at risk - injecting $30 billion in deposits. As market confidence weakened, another globally systemically important bank released its annual report admitting "material weaknesses" in its internal controls, reigniting concerns that the banking system's material risks had not been lifted, and with negative comments from its shareholders, the bank's shares fell continuously after news that it would be acquired. The banking system is tightening after the recent risk events, the Federal Reserve discount window borrowing short-term increased sharply to $152.9 billion, surpassing the high point of the 2008 financial crisis; at the same time, the Fed lent more than $160 billion to the banking sector through two other credit instruments. The liquidity created by the Fed in the last week has added about $300 billion to its balance sheet, equivalent to the size of QT in the last four months.

In terms of economic data, U.S. CPI, PPI and retail sales show that inflation continues to move downward, but core inflation remains stubborn. on March 14, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that U.S. CPI grew 6% year-over-year in February, slowing down for the eighth consecutive month; core CPI grew 5.5% year-over-year, which has fallen for the sixth consecutive month. However, core CPI was slightly above expectations at 0.5% YoY, highlighting inflationary resilience. Services inflation dominated overall CPI growth, with housing continuing to be the main driver of CPI, accounting for more than 70% of growth; food, entertainment, household goods and operating indices also contributed. The U.S. PPI fell 0.1% in February from a year earlier, below expectations of 0.3%; it rose 4.6% year-over-year, down 1.4 percentage points from the previous month and the lowest year-over-year increase since March 2021. Meanwhile, retail sales data showed all the cooling of consumer demand, with retail and food service sales rising 5.4% year-over-year in February, down 2.3 percentage points from the previous month; down 0.4 percentage points year-over-year and 3.6 percentage points from the previous month. High prices continue to have an impact on consumer confidence. U.S. one-year Michigan consumer inflation expectations registered 3.8% in March, down 0.3 percentage points from the previous value and the lowest since April 2021, but still well above pre-epidemic levels. Despite the decline in consumer inflation expectations, consumer confidence has not recovered. The U.S. Michigan Consumer Confidence Index registered 63.4 in March, the first decline in confidence in nearly four months.

Banking risks continued to spread making the market risk averse, the U.S. bond yield curve steepened sharply throughout the week; banking sector risks also added to recession fears, investors sharply cut interest rate hike expectations. The U.S. bond rate curve moved down significantly throughout the week as the degree of curve inversion continued to ease. 2-year U.S. bond rates moved down 75bp to 3.84%, 5-year U.S. bond rates moved down 47bp to 3.50%, 10-year U.S. bond rates moved down 27bp to 3.43%, and 30-year U.S. bond rates moved down 9bp to 3.62%. Equity assets were under pressure overall: the Bloomberg Barclays Global Equity Index fell 0.05%, the U.S. S&P 500 Index rose 1.43%, and the Bloomberg Barclays Emerging Markets Equity Index fell 0.39%. Bond markets were mixed, with credit spreads generally widening. The Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Investment Grade Credit Bond Index rose 0.76%, while the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. High Yield Credit Bond Index fell 0.42%; the Bloomberg Barclays European Investment Grade Credit Bond Index rose 0.50%, while the Bloomberg Barclays European High Yield Credit Bond Index fell 1.01%. In commodities, Brent crude oil fell 11.85% for the week to $72.97 per barrel, while gold rose 6.48% to $1,989 per ounce.

Asian credit markets had no primary new issuance, secondary market investment grade rebounded with the broader market, and the high yield sector was weaker due to the impact of real estate. For the full week, the Bloomberg Barclays Asian Credit Index returned 0.72% for the week, the Bloomberg Barclays Asian Investment Grade Bond Index returned 0.75%, and the Bloomberg Barclays Asian High Yield Grade Bond Index returned -0.85%. The Bloomberg Barclays MidCap USD Bond Index returned 0.68% for the full week, the Bloomberg Barclays MidCap USD Bond Investment Grade Bond Index returned 0.87%, and the Bloomberg Barclays MidCap USD Bond High Yield Grade Bond Index returned -0.44%.

Data source: Bloomberg Data as of: 2023-03-17

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2023.03.25 00:21 BadTakeBrian Enterprise Group ($E.TO, $ETOLF.OTC): Cash Flow Machine, Deep Value, Squeeze Potential

Enterprise Group ($E.TO, $ETOLF.OTC): Cash Flow Machine, Deep Value, Squeeze Potential
I should start by saying that the search for a company like Enterprise began under the following pretense: I have a bearish view of where I think broad markets are going by the end of 2023 and wanted somewhere to hide out while still maintaining the potential to double my investment under any broad market scenario.
Enterprise Group fits that bill. The Company is a niche energy service company that provides site infrastructure services to remote western Canadian production sites for pipelines, construction and oil and gas sectors in western Canada. I believe Enterprise is a fantastic and deeply overlooked company fit for retail investors (like me) who have the ability to enter a position ahead of institutions catching hold of the name.
The core thesis on Enterprise is:
- Low correlation to broad markets
- High growth and 30% cash flow yield
- Healthy balance sheet providing ~$20M in dry powder for potential non-dilutive M&A
- Share buyback in place to support stock
- Unique low-emission fleet of equipment to grow market share
- Structural market expansion

Enterprise was founded in 2004, though as it stands today, is a much leaner and higher growth business compared to what it was in the last bull market for energy in 2008-2014. Where many competitors went out of business during the bear market between 2014-2021, Enterprise wisely divested from lower margin business units, preserved its balance sheet and due to its unique fleet of equipment – was able to maintain cash flow positive during this time. M&A is part of the corporate DNA of Enterprise and has had a successful track record on that front.
While others were still reeling from previous years downturn or still trying to repair their balance sheets in 2020/2021, Enterprise was able to utilize the strength of its balance sheet and positive cash flows to countercyclically invest into new business units to position themselves for the eventual return of energy markets we are now experiencing. A great example of this is the launch of Evolution Power in 2022, which offers a fleet of low-emission microgrids that power the entire production site with natural gas, replacing diesel generators. In doing so, EP reduces CO2 emissions by 30%, gives Enterprise higher margins, is safer and more efficient for the customer. As one of the few “green options” in the energy sector, they are becoming the first choice for larger oil and gas clients subject to Canada’s “heavy emitter” penalties.

The large majority of Enterprise’s sales are derived from western Canadian energy producers, with a greater share of natural gas producers compared to oil producers within its book of clients. Though Enterprise profits have less commodity risk than their actual producing clients, the Company nevertheless is derivatively exposed to energy prices (though I believe there are some factors that reduce the correlation that I will get into later). After years of producers not investing into large exploration projects due to ESG mandates, regulations and low prices, the outlook on energy markets looks extremely promising for producers and has already begun to see a notable uptick in production levels that are expected to continue for a market that looks undersupplied in years ahead.
More specifically to Enterprise’s western Canadian market, there are some very visible demand drivers on the horizon based on new pipeline capacity that provide a near certain increase in demand for services like Enterprise. This demand is structured within tens of billions of dollars of sunk infrastructure capital to provide a roadmap of oil and gas (mostly gas) production expansion in western Canada. Beginning in 2023 with the completion of NGTL network expansion (gas) and TMX pipeline (oil), there will continue to be major new export capacity to come online nearly every year this decade, with recent first nations LNG projects advancing on the west coast.
For Canadian gas producers, the pipelines will allow them to access higher priced Asian markets, where prices are often multiples of those received in Canada or the US. You can bet there is going to be prompt increases to production to ship whatever they can to those markets, given the preferred economics.

Enterprise just recently released their full year 2022 financials March 20, 2023, where they posted fantastic results. Rather than do a deep dive into financials today, will simply share some important highlights and suggest reviewing their financials below: (https://www.sedar.com/DisplayCompanyDocuments.do?lang=EN&issuerNo=00020838)

Additional items:
- Bought back 1.8M shares in 2022
- Secured US OTC listing to increase access to US investors
- Renewed buyback program
- Available tax losses of $0.17/share
- Purchased $5.6M of new equipment
- Subsequently signed one of largest contracts in company history in Jan 2023

Share Structure
Enterprise currently has 50.3M shares outstanding, with another 5M options exercisable at $0.45. Notably, management/board were buyers in the open market over the last few years and now hold over 40% of all shares outstanding.
This is where I think it gets uniquely attractive for us retail investors.
Since the last energy cycle, nearly all of the research analysts that covered the sector have moved on, meaning the few analysts left covering the space are focused on large-cap players and there are none covering companies the size of Enterprise. There is a window for retail to build a position in a hugely profitable company with a tight share structure subject to a potential squeeze before institutions begin to take notice.
Finally – and maybe most importantly – 2022 saw a unique trading dynamic occur due to a large shareholder selling down their position. This shareholder accidentally accumulated a >10% ownership position, unknowingly triggering a requirement to file any purchase/sale of stock (see sedi filings to confirm). That shareholder then spent the entire year reducing their position below 10% but because there was not a large float of shares trading hands, effectively put a ceiling on the stock the entire year and single-handedly compressed the multiple. This does not appear to have been done with ill intent but explains why the stock bounced between a floor of around $0.38 (supported by the buyback) and $0.42 (where the shareholder was selling) despite everything going right for the company operationally. In January, the company bought back the final tranche of shares needed to get that shareholder below the 10% threshold, thereby clearing the way for share price to better track the improving cash flow of the company.

Enterprise is currently trading at a deeply discounted valuation and historically low multiple, which is ironic considering this may be the best market they've ever operated in. As a particular point of reference, a comparison below for the 2020-2022 periods for EV/EBITDA and some other metrics that could influence the deserved multiple such as growth, profitability, and credit risk. I’ve also already listed a few reasons to be bullish on their future market (pipelines coming online beginning this year), which is consistent with management’s outlook from their MD&A that “…customers have indicated they will continue to operate at increased activities through the remainder of the year”. Though a 10-11x multiple shouldn't be expected moving forward, you can see the impact of having a large shareholder exiting with a small float and how a lack of share price movement can lose investor attention. Over the course of a year, Enterprise added over $5M in EBITDA (+175%) and barely saw its valuation change at all!
*2022 year using current share price
At a current 4.2x EV/EBITDA, Enterprise is trading far below the 6x it has traded in previous cycles and which seems very reasonable as a base case scenario. It would take very little notional buying for that re-rate to occur and for those able to establish a position at these prices, it would represent a 74% return.
Finally, if Enterprise is seen through a different valuation lens, the company just released in their earnings that equity holders would be due $0.68/share ($0.39 current share price) if the company simply sold all of their equipment at book value. Multiple arguments to show that Enterprise is undervalued.

Enterprise has a strong outlook on market fundamentals to support top line growth, increasing pricing power to maintain/increase margins and new revenue potential coming online with equipment additions.
Given history of M&A activity, balance sheet flexibility and the fact some targets are still not fully recovered from 2014-2021 period, it would be very surprising if the company did not make one or more acquisitions in the near-future. Management has said as much on their recent twitter spaces interview.
Fortunately for equity holders, management does not have to dilute shareholders while its equity remains undervalued. With $20M in unused credit at their disposal (their current market cap), they would have the ability to make a material acquisition without needing any equity at all. Even if they were to make an even larger acquisition, their debt providers are Ninepoint Partners (via Waygar Capital), who are home to none other than Eric Nuttall, who is the largest and most bullish energy fund manager on earth. You can bet that if the right target came along with the right assets/cash flow, Ninepoint would be more than happy to increase the size of that facility if they aren’t able to secure some seller's financing. If we assume a slight liquidity discount on a PrivateCo acquisition, $20M at 3x EV/EBITDA could buy around $6-7M of incremental EBITDA, effectively doubling the “cash flow” of the company before considering any synergies. Prospect of cross-selling new rental equipment would be high.
If something like this came to pass and they grew to a $15M EBITDA business, there would undoubtedly be a whole new supply of small institutions that would be interested and could be an attractive buyout candidate for private equity, who they’re currently competing with for acquisitions.
Commodity Risk:
This being the most obvious risk to the company. If we were to go back to the dark ages (2014-2021), there would be a material impact on Enterprise financials. I believe commodity risk for Enterprise is mitigated for 3 reasons:
1) A decade of underinvestment in global energy supplies has the entire spectrum of energy prognosticators projecting supply deficits for oil and continued growth in global natural gas demand. Continued regulatory hurdles, ESG capital restrictions, end of US shale hypergrowth, and return-of-capital mandates by EnergyCo shareholders make it less likely we see reckless supply additions. Adding to that, we’ve now got China reopening, OPEC defending prices, and US supposedly refilling the SPR at some point (we’ll see).
2) Infrastructure Developments: Canada has abundant reserves, with some of the cleanest and lowest-cost natural gas in the world with a painful lack of export capacity. A number of pipeline and LNG export facilities are set to come online, incentivizing a production increase to fill that pipeline. To me, this is the most powerful reason why I believe Enterprise has much lower commodity risk and has been repeated by recent research put out by RBC on the prospects of NE BC natural gas outlook.
3) Tier 1 Client Book: Enterprise’s clients are some of the largest energy producers in North America, meaning they plan their development programs with a multi-year outlook that is less sensitive to short term price action. Further, many of its clients are actual providing the supply for LNG Canada (Sinopec, Petronas,
Market Downturn:
No doubt we are entering a period of uncertainty, with global liquidity being reduced and the risk of recession on the horizon. I think this should be viewed in two ways:
1) Operations: Looking back, more often than not a significant global recession is more likely to reduce the rate of growth in oil demand rather than actually reducing demand. Natural gas is mostly used for heating and electricity generation, making it relatively inelastic as well. Global GDP is also more evenly spread between OECD and non-OECD, meaning growing countries like India will be less responsive to tightening financial conditions.
2) Share Price: Enterprise is tracking towards a trailing 4x EV/EBITDA, with structural growth catalysts on the horizon (ie. pipelines) and excess cash flow available for buybacks. Even in a market panic, it is likely cash flows can continue to grow, providing continued support to the share price via buybacks.
3) Recent meltdown in energy markets had almost no impact on Enterprise share price and would suspect that increased buybacks would be there for support if share price were to slide further.
It is the risk-adjusted return with fundamentals to back it up that make Enterprise special within the micro-cap space.
1) Operating conditions look very strong for the company based on energy cycle and the foundation of new pipeline-related production increases in western Canada.
2) Enterprise is a pure-play on western Canada with major well-capitalized nat gas clients poised for growth.
3) Small size and cap structure provide potential for significant torque in share price.
4) Enterprise has debt flexibility such that they don’t need to dilute equity at these valuations if M&A opportunities arise.
5) Extremely profitable with 30%+ cash flow yield and optionality for buybacks or further investment in expanding equipment fleet for evolution power.
6) Significant selling pressure from large shareholder has now ended after tendering shares to treasury in January 2023.
7) A single large new shareholder has potential to re-rate the stock to base case of 6x EV/EBITDA multiple.
8) Equity re-rate and M&A could see this company become very large, very quickly – drawing further flows of capital to the name at sufficient scale or be a prime takeout candidate for PE.
I own shares in Enterprise. This is not financial advise. Please do your own due diligence.
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2023.03.25 00:19 IneptLobster [WTS][US-NJ] WE/Cybergun Desert Eagle ACOG Replica Real Steel Parts Mock Suppressor Magazines 40mm Shower Grenades


So, I have some new items for sale. Fresh in from the depths of my airsoft gear closet.
(Items that include shipping are CONUS only. International shipping is paid by the buyer. Prices are firm. All sales are final.)
With that said...
Buy some stuff!!
EDIT: Updated Timestamp Here
Item Info Pics Price
Cybergun/WE Desert Eagle Green Gas Variant Bone Stock, One magazine https://imgur.com/ULzL8uu https://imgur.com/I6hir1y https://imgur.com/nPCPBD9 https://imgur.com/NzXJBcv $150 Shipped
Cybergun/VFC FNX Package FDE Replica Trijicon RMR https://imgur.com/qh4fETT https://imgur.com/rw16MUE https://imgur.com/CBykzp6 https://imgur.com/0TxjDCu https://imgur.com/DiztPK4 $365 $310 SOLD
Boneyard WE Luger PO8 Cycles, but BBs roll out the barrel. A common problem, even in brand new ones. Never fielded, was carried in a map case as a prop "war trophy" https://imgur.com/8SegMou https://imgur.com/5EcHpDU https://imgur.com/0h5FRGh $80 $65 Shipped
Classic Army Nemesis MK18 Painted in a "Lone Survivor"-esque look. Bone stock otherwise. https://imgur.com/BhomUlm https://imgur.com/xZnFjmO https://imgur.com/Yhq29GK $275 $250 SOLD
And the Gear
Item Info Pics Price
Midwest Industries Drop In Quad Rail Brand New Real Steel. Rifle Length. Was a stand-in for the KAC M5 on my M16A4 Clone https://imgur.com/mupoQ3z https://imgur.com/IvRBAOy https://imgur.com/i0E8oDb $170 $150 Shipped
CRUSHUNT Replica ACOG Brand New Fiber Optic, No Tritium, Red Chevron, 4x Magnification https://imgur.com/Vk6KJDo https://imgur.com/8IRO5Ud https://imgur.com/baYK4vp https://imgur.com/baN5HLf https://imgur.com/tdAedxq https://imgur.com/Z5akFwb $90 $70 SOLD
Element Bravo Replica ACOG Replica RMR, Crosshair Reticle, No Illumination https://imgur.com/Vk6KJDo https://imgur.com/UpMnbYu https://imgur.com/yIZ79eV https://imgur.com/H4rfKF1 $60 $50 Shipped
Vortex Optics StrikeFire II Mounted on my real AR before I bought an ACOG, Red/Green Dot Version, Real Steel Optic https://imgur.com/2CG75kf https://imgur.com/w7ZImzE https://imgur.com/1DFxjkh https://imgur.com/SKGFVjf https://imgur.com/7b3zJ9d $180 $150 Shipped
Replica Silencerco Osprey .45 FDE, 16mm positive threading https://imgur.com/ZXWrnSs https://imgur.com/7ek32fN https://imgur.com/XUXGL66 https://imgur.com/YL4SmLu $75 $50 Shipped
Cybergun/VFC FNX Magazine, FDE Stock, no leaks. I have two. https://imgur.com/qh4fETT $35 $30ea Shipped
40mm MOLLE Pouches Each holds two 40mm rounds. I have two. https://imgur.com/Uj9DI6i $20 $15ea Shipped
90rnd Shower Grenades 40mm Each holds 90 bbs. I have six. https://imgur.com/Uj9DI6i $25 $20ea Shipped
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2023.03.25 00:14 jmaximus Jim Jordan can't math brah.

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2023.03.25 00:12 ButtNakedChef ...how it's going *now*.

Okay, so I started again. Couldn't resist, now that I've learned so much more.
Humble Merchant start yet again. I actually looked at a guide this time, and decided to snag some of the derelict ships to give myself an initial nest egg. Lore wise, I'm just going to go ahead and pretend that my character knew a rumour about some abandoned ships.
Started out by hopping into my Disco and heading to Argon Prime. Stripped my Mercury of its shield to sell, then sent it off to the shipyard to sell the hull. Equipped myself with the trading system extension and some Impulse Ray Emitters - the maximum of four, plus two spare because they sell out quickly. Then I upgraded my engines and cargo hold, bought a third 1MJ shield and set out on my salvage mission.
Stopped off at the Boron military outpost en route to Toucan Hauler to pick up a Triplex Scanner. As an aside, I really hate how the Boron sectors all seem to be shrouded in fog. Is it a racial preference? Kinda cool how their military outpost looms out of the gas cloud, but it's a nightmare to navigate in. My radar isn't much help.
Okay, picked up the Toucan Hauler. Headed to Family Whi to pick up the Iguana Vanguard. Evil-looking ship. Sent both of my new vessels back to the Argon Equipment dock in Argon Prime while I explored around Teladi space enjoying the scenery. Caught a glimpse of one of their Phoenix warships. Breathtaking vessel. It's heartening to know that I might own one some day.
New game plan: five sector traders. They'll fly basic Mercuries. Those are about a third slower than my old Chokaro, but they're also about half the price and have almost double the cargo capacity. I'm hoping the speed won't be too much of a liability for my hired pilots.
Stripped my derelicts for parts again, then sent the hulls to the shipyard. Easy money. Kept three 25MJ shields for my first (actually second) Mercury. I went ahead and bought that, then transferred over one of the Impulse Ray Emitters and the three shields. I sold the puny shield it came with. I'm ultimately gonna equip it with Combat Software and set the turret to missile defence. It's about as scary as a BB gun but it might buy her pilot some time to take cover at a station or dash through a jump gate. I gather the pilots are smart enough to do that!
Spent a bit more cash fully upgrading the engines, rudder and cargo bay. Renamed her to Spirit of Free Enterprise and sent her to wait at Terracorp HQ for when I get authorization to buy the Trade Command Software Mk. 3. Gotta do some missions for the Argon to make that happen. Happily, I still have over a million left in the bank.
Free Enterprise is my trade ambassador to the Split. She's going to start in Family Whi. The next one I set up is going to focus on the Paranid. The one after that, the Boron. I'll ultimately assign one to the Teladi and one to the Argon, too. They're all going to end up as free roaming Universe Traders so it hardly matters, but I have no idea how long that'll take so this is more the order I want to focus on gaining reputation.
I can't piss off the Yaki. Because once my trade empire is well established, I plan to buy their frigate. I'm hating combat at the moment - in my tiny M5 my life expectancy is measured in seconds. The dream is to have a ship with ridiculous shields and 360-degree turret coverage; so I can float through the battlefield in a slow, stately fashion and watch my puny foes explode around me like confetti. The Yaki 'demon ship' would seem to be an ideal candidate for the task!
...as an intermediate step on my road to martial dominance I like the idea of a Chokaro flagship that some of you guys mentioned in my last thread. It has turrets, and plenty of space for energy cells and missiles. Oh yeah, I've worked out how to fire missiles now. I'll try and think of some good uses for the hangar bays, though I suspect treating it as a mini carrier will end in disaster. I've noticed that if any of my ships are in the same sector as I am they tend to get performance anxiety and crash into stuff. Not the best habit for combat spacecraft, and especially not if I'm their homebase (they might crash into me, lol).
Anyway, this is ridiculously fun. There wasn't really any other point to this post, just wanted to share.
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2023.03.24 23:50 JankiMed [WTS/WTT] 11.3" Upper w/ DD MK18 Ris II rail, Post 89k Trijicon MRO, Complete Glock 45 RMR cut slide w/ 509t 1st version, LLOD Associate V2 holster for Glock 19 w/TLR7A, Agency Arms 419 P320 Dual Port Comp, BA 10.5" Modern Series barrel, Crimson Trace 5 Series CTL-5108 1-8x28mm scope

11.3" Upper w/ DD MK 18 Ris II Rail - About 250 rounds through this, runs very well unsuppressed and suppressed.
Price: $800 w/ BCG & CH (Not looking to split)
Trijicon MRO Post 89k serial # - Was used to zeroed and sat there with the tango down cover.
Price: $370
Glock 45 Slide w/ RMR cut, Holosun 509t - About 300 rounds through this.
Price: $550
LLOD Associate V2 holster for Glock 19 w/TLR7A
Price: $85
Agency Arms 419 P320 Dual Port Comp for Agency slides - Brand new in packaging
Price: $90
Ballistic Advantage 10.5 Modern Series Barrel w/ BA gas block and tube - about 150 rounds through it without any issue
Price: $90
Crimson Trace 5 Series CTL-5108 1-8x28mm 34mm w/ FFP SR1-MIL-Reticle - Was zeroed and sat in a safe
Price: $650 or $750 w/ ADM high mount
Trades I'm interested in (You or I will add $ depending on the items interested in): Aimpoint T2 w/ or w/o unity mount, Aimpoint Acro P2, Gen 5 Glock 45/19/19x oem slide w/ Acro milling or no milling, Geissele SSA/Super tricon/SSA X trigger with lightning bow
Please comment then DM. I do not respond to chats. Feel free to ask any questions! Paypal FF, Zelle, Venmo, or Cashapp with NO NOTES! New user or no flair have to use Zelle.
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2023.03.24 23:31 WilmaCoxfit [WTS] Colt/DD/KAC Mk18 mod 1 upper -$865 shipped

Selling my mk18 mod 1 upper. Bought it off arfcom a couple years ago and haven't put many rounda through it. Includes the following:
DD RIS II MK18 Handguard DD 10.3" Mk18 barrel with lo pro gas block Colt cage code upper with sqaure forging KAC NT4 Flash hider
Price is $865 shipped though PayPal G&S (price seems weird because I'm splitting the fees) let me know if my price is off but I thought based on current sales it was pretty close.
added timestamp to last pic
I forgot to mention that the screw heads are chewed up some and tried to take detailed pictures. If there's something you would like another picture of let me know.
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2023.03.24 23:10 Original_Agency421 I need reassurance that my load order is good.

In case I'm doing anything wrong for my load order, please correct me.
Here it is in order:
Workshop Framework
FAR - Faraway Area Reform
Captain's Workshop Mega Pack 2 (XB1)
FGEP - Feral Ghoul Expansion Pack
Snipers Of Commonwealth
Power Pylon
Extended Power Range
Constructible Faction Guards
Fallout Commander (With Restrictions)
"Free" Settlement Building All In One
Fallout 2287 - Nuclear Winter
Immersive HUD (iHUD)
DEF_UI HUDFramework Patch
DEF_HUD Preset Mk.II
DEF_UI_tags Icons definitions
DEF_UI_tabs Inventory tabs
DEF_UI_INV_config for ObsidianHere
DEF_UI_INV_config OctoberJemin
DEF_U8 Preset Compass On Top by Chucksteel
HoloTime - HUD Clock Widget
[XB1] Rain of Brass - Full Version
Enhanced Decal Draw Distance - Ultra Version
Pip Boy Light - Flashlight Sound
[XB1] Insignificant Object Remover
Realistic Lighting by SirGreen
[XB1]Realistic Ragdoll Force
Cheat Terminal [Xbox One]
Survival Options [XBox 1]
[SMM] Settlement Menu Manager
A Touch Of Life - Complete
hitman47101's Animation Replacer
Realistic headshots and lower limb damage
[XB1] [English] Full Dialogue Interface
Realistic Recoil
Ironsight Blur Removal (BX1)
Intensity - ENB - Like Graphical Enhancements Without the Hassle
Exclusion - Simple Sorting Mod
No Exploding And No Dismemberment From Guns
Boston - Less Enemies
MW Player Hit Sounds and Effects
Rsiyo's Location Pack
Hazmat Suit Improved
Realistic Sound XB1
Reverb and Ambiance Overhaul
Interiors Enhanced 2.0 All in One
[XHX] MW 2019 Alex Gloves
Mw Price Mashup
Arbitration - A Gameplay Overhaul
Remington 700 Revamp
Hyper Merge #2
Glock 19x Revamp
Custom Mossberg 590
Bullet Time for Xbox One
Balanced Weapons
Spitfire (Enhanced Muzzle FX)
Locky locks
Immersive Fallout (DLC)
Project Reality Footsteps FO4
Realistic Insects Health
Camera Presets (XB1)
Much Better 3rd Person Animation
FOV 90
In-game Third Person Camera Config
Blood Splatter
Blood Mist Overhaul
Fallout 2287 - Gas Masks of the Wasteland
Fallout 2287 - Gas Mask Biped Fix
Fallout 2287 - Hard Core Drop Rates
Fallout 2287 - Universal Gas Masks
The M38 Gas Mask
TLS Fallout 4 Subtle FPS Improve
Fallout Sound Overhaul [GSR Legacy]
LocustHorse300 Realistic Weapon Sound
Realistic Bullet Cracks
[XB1] Pip-Boy Flashlight - Large
No Experience SFX
More Immersive Movement
Nuclear Winter - Calamity Weathers
Calamity Weathers
Calamity Weathers - Far Harbor
Calamity Weathers - Nuka World
Another Life - Alternative Start
Ferals Can't Open Doors!
That Nuke Mod You've Been Asking For!
Less Grass 40 Version
[XB1] Disable Lens Flare
Nytra's Performance Tweaks - Complete
Radiation Overhaul
No Build Limit - All DLC
PRP - Boston Common
Again, if you notice anything wrong about this load order please correct me and I'm sorry for it being a long one.
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2023.03.24 22:56 Angelicrose9899 Friendship of 8 Years Declining Fast

I have a friend who I’ve been close with since 2015. We met in high school and I’ve been there for her through her hardships specifically relationships. We are so close that she’s made me the godmother of her children and we even planned baby showers together for her first two kids. I’ve always bought my godchildren the clothes, food, and necessities whenever she asked. When we graduated in high school she married a military man who turned out to cheat on her twice and left her and his son to go on a spiritual journey leaving her behind to raise their son by herself. In the summer of 2021 she moved out of his dad’s house but left her son behind and soon after started dating this younger guy. This younger guy, whom she has her second child with has cheated on her twice and gave her an STI while pregnant with her second child. He’s also voiced (and his friends have also stated) that they’re here in America to have families so that they can live here. When I was mailing her baby clothes, toys, and formula to her that her new boyfriend became upset and told her to tell me to stop sending my godchildren what they needed, although he was refusing to buy his daughter a bassinet while she was seven months pregnant. She’s voiced to me several times that he thinks it’s a waste of time to go to the city where her son stays due to expensive gas prices, and when she tried leaving him this past December he stayed up in the night watching her and their child and even followed her to the bathroom. He also reads her messages and has read how I do not like how he treats her. She was supposed to see me around Christmas, but he told her no and that it was an inconvenience on their finances for gas. Her mother and I have both voiced our concerns for her eldest son since he’s becoming more quiet and more upset at both of his parents. Her mother went as far as to say she wanted to take him from her to raise him and that she better not get pregnant again by this new guy. Recently she bought a new home with her boyfriend and used me as a reference for the home, I asked her when she purchased the home if her eldest son is going to live with her since he’s been living with his grandad for two years. She told me yes at first but a couple of weeks went by and she started complaining about her new boyfriend and his family who turns out to be living with her (which consists of his two brothers, his mother, and his brothers daughter). I asked her why wasn’t her eldest son a priority in living with her since she has primary custody of her son and she told me and I quote “there wasn’t a school nearby for him to go to” all the while she’s voiced to me that my godson has become more quiet, upset, and sad since he has not been around her since she’s moved out. A month ago she came forward and told me that she was pregnant with her third child(my second godchild hasn’t turned one yet). I told her that I feel as if her and her husband should establish a good coparenting relationship or that he’s better off living with one parent that will raise him and not his grandfather. She stopped speaking to me for two weeks, and out of the blue sent me a job application which I felt was a low blow, because she knows I took the semester off to focus on my new graduate degree schedule. I confronted her and asked her why she sent me a job application and stopped talking to me. She stated that I hurt her feelings by saying her son should live with his dad knowing all the things he’s done to her. I reiterated to her again that either she establishes a good relationship with both him and his father, but also stress that he should not be hearing negative things about his dad from both her and his grandfather for there to be a good relationship. She’s told me before that she did not like how his grandfather made medical decisions without consulting her, and I’ve tried telling her that since he’s next of kin and he lives with him he can make those decisions. Was I wrong for telling her that he should live with his dad? I know that I’m wrong for giving the advice considering that I don’t have children myself, but I’m genuinely concerned for my godchildren. When we did communicate prior to Feb 24th up until now all she spoke of was how much her new boyfriend upsets her, but I rarely heard about my eldest godchild. I asked her when she told me she was pregnant a third time, what happened to the plan of saving and leaving with her second child, she said you know I love him and when I’m ready I’ll leave. Is our friendship mendable after what I said?
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2023.03.24 22:50 BillClintonsHitList Gas prices drop despite rising demand, tighter supply: AAA. Prices are predicted to hold steady in the midst of rising interest rates and fears of a recession, AAA said

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