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This slight surge is brought to you by... Me having to sell some shares to pay some bills. That's how some sales happen. Hate having to do it. The proverbial 'tomorrow' and 'some time soon' is taking too long, at least for me.
LTBH since 2000 Encouraged by the spike earlier 2021 Thought the stock was getting ahead of the company Thanks to the spike, the company's cash position encourages me that they have much better chances of making it to independent profitability. Very weary from waiting, though.
The next full Moon is a near-total lunar eclipse, the Beaver, Frost/Frosty, or Snow Moon; Kartik Purnima, the full Moon of the Festivals of Karthika Deepam, Karthikai Vilakkidu, Thrikarthika, Loi Krathong, Bon Om Touk, and Tazaungdaing; and Ill (or Il) Poya.The next full Moon will be early on Friday morning, Nov. 19, 2021, appearing opposite the Sun (in Earth-based longitude) at 3:58 a.m. EST. While this will be on Friday for much of the Earth, it will be Thursday night from Alaska's time zone westward to the International Date Line in the Pacific Ocean. The Moon will appear full for about three days around this time, from Wednesday night through Saturday morning.