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Sierra water garden

Posted 12-22-2018 at 08:14 PM by Nn2036

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**Hoya Carnosa - often know as the 'wax plant'. This plant likes medium to bright indirect light. Less is more when it comes to watering; we like to wait until the leaves pucker slightly. This plant likes bright indirect light, it does not like or tolerate: direct sun, artificial light, dark corners.


Satin Pothos - is just as easy to grow as its relative, golden pothos (Epipremnum aureum). Keep...
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The S&P 500 is trading at just 14.5 times next year's expected earnings. 16 is the historical average

Posted 12-22-2018 at 05:12 PM by jdhpa

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You are right

The "dividend drop off ratio" is the ratio of stock price drop at ex-dividend to the dividend. The debate that recurrently rages on this forum is whether a $1 dividend causes the stock price to drop $1.

A few minutes of googling turned up a couple of studies / papers on the subject. This first paper discusses how choices about how to measure the effect change the estimate of the "dividend drop off ratio", so rather than thinking
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The Marshmallow-Hot Chocolate Rescue Caper

Posted 12-22-2018 at 04:20 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

Perhaps a real-life story can beat several fictitious Christmas stories on any given day. Just count on the holiday season to bring out the very best in a whole lot of people.

A friend of mine at work got me a Christmas gift to go with the Christmas card. It was a transparent, plastic Christmas ball ornament, and inside were some colored marshmallows and some cocoa mix. How about that, sports fans? Hot chocolate! I felt obliged to dig in, and I didn't care...
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Is Buddhism a religion? [ Thich That Hanh ]

Posted 12-22-2018 at 01:22 PM by KaraZetterberg153

He's a Zen Buddhist, which is interesting. Zen was very big in the 60's:
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In keeping with all of the important trends during this era is the sense of global interconnectiveness with all of the planet's myriad cultures and ethnicities, and specifically, in the United States, that of interest in and study of Asian cultures, particularly Zen Buddhism. Cage was immersed in the philosophy of Zen and spent two years attending weekly lectures at Columbia University, given by D.T. Suzuki.
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