Newbie here - Reaching Tier 3 Help & Advices

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2021.12.06 13:57 thormor_86 Newbie here - Reaching Tier 3 Help & Advices

Hello fellow Pioneers!
I'd like to request some help & advices!

  1. Cast Screws for Reinforced Plating?
  2. Copper Rotor?
  3. Changing spot - Especially due to coal?
Context: My apologies if this sounds noobish, I am!
Fairly new Pioneer here. I started a week ago and currently still learning proper ropes of this game, and I got to say it's addicted. Can't say what is the goal of the game, but my factory doesn't care. I must produce!
I am quite at the start, just built my Space Elevator (its so majestic!) and now working towards producing 50 Smart Plating to unlock Tier 3. But I am hitting a few production issue concerning rotors.
I started in the Grass lands and there's only 5 Iron deposit nearby (3 normal, 2 impure) and 1 Copper (Normal). The others normal nodes are ~350m away.
I am currently producing 20 Reinforced Plate per Minute which consumes all of my Iron.

Question 1 : Change to Cast Screws
Should I change my factory that is currently producing 20 reinforced plate (thus consuming all my iron) to build cast screws instead of rods then screws. This would only be an energy saver. If so, I am confused on how to properly do the splits... Knowing that its always a divide by the number of outputs, this gets messy really fast!

Question 2 : Copper Rotor vs Regular Rotor
At the moment my copper is not doing much. I have a good stock pile of Wire & Cable so I was wondering if the Copper Rotor was better. According to satisfactorytools its more ressource efficient to use the regular Rotor rather than the alternative recipe... (because it cost more screws I guess)

Question 3 : Expand to the other ore sites, or move in preparation for coal?
Since I will need to build coal generators pretty soon (gosh I am fed up of running to collect leaves to convert into solid biomass), I see that there's not really good sources of coal in the intial spawn zone. Should I move out and rebuild elsewhere instead?
If so, where do you suggest is a good spot?
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2021.12.06 13:57 paulwebster901 Trophy Room

Hi all.
I have completed the stunningness that is Visage, but one thing still bugs me...
The trophy room has a dooalcove to the left. During my play through, once I completed all three chapters I assumed that this door would open and lead to the end of the game.
As we know, that doesn't happen.
I also got the mirror mask for the good ending.
So then my question is this, does this door open? Does it have any purpose?
Thanks in advance.
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2021.12.06 13:57 MacAttack218 🚨🦧The Orangutan Papers🦧🚨 Citadel's equity handling protocols DD🐱‍👤

TL;DR?
Go and read it, this is important. This is the manual on how they are messing with apes and therefore shouldn't be TL'DR'd.
Links
This is the exact same DD on Ken Griffin Lies website should it be removed from Reddit and/or YouTube.
YouTube form of this DD, should it be removed from reddit and/or the KGL website
Link to video with just the Document in question, you may need to pause/screenshot if you want to read the document along with the DD.
Intro
Hey Everyone,
Firstly, sorry for how long I sat on this. Given what it is I just wanted to post straight away, but I also fully appreciate that is an emotional response. I, where possible, try and be pragmatic.
So without further ado I present to you "The Orangutan Papers". A 22 page document, from Citadel to a broker dealer (the fidelities of the world who buy and sell shares for themselves, as well as clients) on it's "equity handling protocols".
Things to be wary of while reading.

  1. This is dated Feb 2019. A full 34 months ago. That is a long time for some policy documents, at the same time my work has some policy documents from the 70s. It should be taken with a grain of salt.
  2. This could be a very carefully crafted document (22 pages long) to fuck with apes, and is a total fake.
  3. My interpretation of this document may be wrong, this is also why I provided the link to the document so other apes can pour over it and find stuff I missed, or correct things I got wrong.
That being said, I've done what due diligence I can on this.
And on the balance of probability this look like the genuine article.
Stand out sections.
There is a lot, so I've put the ones I think to be worth extra attention in italics, like I've done here.
By page breakdown.
Let's go over every page in detail.
Pg1.
Citadel states here what they are, and the two sides two their business. That they place orders as a market maker for their clients as well as the fact that they also trade for their own profits. Most importantly they CLEARLY state they may trade in tickers that they both trade as a market maker and as a non-market maker (aka hedgefund).
They also begin to explain their duty of best execution, which continues onto pg2.
Pg2.
They speak about how best execution is a multi-faceted consideration.
i.e a market may show a better price, but have a lot less shares available.
But the take away I have is they go onto say, the people that review whether they have met the requirement of providing "best execution" meet on a quarterly basis, and comprise entirely of people employed by Citadel, including Senior management. There isn't a mention of a single person from the SEC, FINRA, FINTEL, DTCC or NSCC (even though these org are blended as it is).
Meaning Citadel decides if Citadel is giving best execution or not... nice that.
We then briefly mention that Citadel's duty to give best price execution is to the clients (The broker dealers) and not to the client's customers (us, retail, apes). Totally flying in all the shitty PR statements Citadel has tried to spin.
I can see the spin already tho, they provide best execution to clients, who provide it to us. If that happens don't let the fact they clearly state here who they consider their obligations to be to.
We then go onto discuss Automated & Manual order receipts (This continues onto Pg3).
Pg3.
Citadel talk about how it's SOLEY up to them if an order is automated or manually processed. They also talk about the fact they can trade during extended hours (Pre-market/After hours).
They then go on to talk about how Citadel reverses Sole discretion to cancel or reject any client order and that they have no further obligations to an order once cancelled/rejected.
They also mention that they can choose to ignore a cancellation order if they have already gathered part or all of the equities to fill the order. Again at their sole discretion.
We then go onto Order Handling, this section lasts until PG 14. As such I'll be breaking it down by subsection.
Within order handling they first discuss order routing. Citadel states for non-directed orders that they can basically filtered it partially or wholly where they like, including to Citadel Connect.
So where possible, direct your order to a lit-exchange such as IEX.
Citadel picks how it does this via it's "heat map" technology (NFD), which uses order flow (Another reason to dislike PFOF) they finish off by stating it's up to Citadel how much information on the client order goes to the market centers.
Pg4.
Order Types- Citadel defines held and not held orders.(Held orders need to be filled immediately, not-held can be delayed as to try and get a better price.)
The requirements to be classed as not-held appear to be so vague to Citadel that near enough every order could be classed as not held. This isn't a good thing, as we discuss in detail through the entire DD.
Pg5.
We continue with more about order type. Something (which might burst people's bubble) that stands out is that not-held orders include certain categories. One of these is Algorithmic trading. And the thing about not-held orders is there is no requirement, and therefore Citadel doesn't, display them. Which further means trying to divine information from the order book (at least as citadel is concerned) is largely pointless.
Doubly so as Citadel could easily choose what to display and what not to display in an order book to further mess with us.
But the next part really irks me, as it seems to fly totally in the face of the best execution statement.
Citadel may trade ahead of not held orders, and buy/sell at the same, or indeed better price for it's own accounts and in doing so doesn't even have to fill the not-held order.
We then go onto additional conditions in not-held orders in OTC equities (Stocks that don't meet the requirements to be listed on a main exchange, or derivates such as options). This continues onto pg6.
Pg6.
The OTC orders that have specific instructions (such as trading via VWAP) will be traded manually by a trader where the instruction is actionable, if not Citadel will go seek clarity on the order or reject the order.
If there are no instructions on the OTC order than it will be determined as manual or automated depending on how big the order is, and how many shares are within that order (and the price of those shares).
The final note on it, is that most OTC orders will be meet by "netting", more on this later.
We then go onto algorithmic trading, which continues onto pg7.
Pg7.
A broker dealer may choose to place an order with Citadel using one of it's algorithmic strategies, in doing so Citadel treats it as a not-held order and has sole discretion on how to execute the order (but caveat they need to keep it in line with the chosen strategy).
Citadel can also break the order up, into smaller child orders each with it's own strategy.
This can include lit, dark or internalised venues.
Then we cover pre-order handling. There is nothing overtly new here, Citadel reserves the right to not execute the order, pretty much same as the rest of their orders.
Pg8.
On close orders- It splits it into Market on Close (MoC) and Limit on Close (LoC), they are exactly what you'd expect but happen at close.
A big stand out is that Citadel may guarantee part or all of a MoC, if they do Citadel can hedge against that order (which in turn may effect the price) this is massive and may account for all those ridiculous 1 min to close/post close candles.
The language in the next paragraph seems to indicate that this is not limited to MoC and that LoC orders can also be hedged against. Though this isn't spelt out anywhere.
Pg9.
OTC stocks have the same requirements for MoC/LoC as listed.
We then go onto IoC (immediate or Cancel) & FoK (Fill or Kill) orders.
Both are at Citadel's discretisation to fill or cancel or reject.
And likewise, they are considered not-held, so everything that applies to not-held orders applies to these guys.
AoN (All or None) orders are next. They make mention that these orders are not allowed on exchanges (which implies they must be dealt with by way of OTC), and as such present unique risk to them. As such they aren't considered not-held or held, but that Citadel's handling of these may effect their price execution.
Pg10.
Day orders- Nothing contentious here, they state they may execute a few mins after close.
Again adding to the ridiculous minute before/after close candles.
Good till Cancelled/Good till Date Orders- Again nothing overly contentious here, they don't display them overnight. Which seems to fly in the face of the earlier statement about not displaying Not-held orders at all (again showing us that trying to divine info from the order book may be largely pointless).
Stop orders continues on to page 11.
Pg11.
Stop orders, nothing overly contentious other than the fact Citadel looks to bunch triggers into a bulk order, and prioritises speed over price improvement in a bid to compete with fast moving markets.
They do state that Citadel may engage in trading that may trigger these orders.
My big take away from this, if citadel has enough knowledge of stop orders (or trailing stop orders) they can force a crash to take advantage of that. AKA CITADEL CAN SEE YOU STOP ORDERS SO DON'T PLACE STOP ORDERS. March 10th anyone?
Short sale marking and locate requirements, not the same as Citadel Short selling (and this document doesn't cover that) it states the onus is on clients to mark shares sell long, sell short, sell short exempt. This is a hand washing statement nothing more.
Pg12.
Risk management and market access control- This is the bit I've had to stop my self skipping ahead to read.
Citadel reserves the right to delay any order it wishes to make sure it's correct, accurate and despite all this Citadel accepts no responsibility for client errors. This is so vague a statement that in theory Citadel could delay any order in the name of ensuring it's correct, even if that order was to be a massive benefit to retail and to the detriment of Citadel.
Order protection, Finra rule 5320 and 5270.
5230, Citadel aren't allowed to trade a share for it's own account while they have a held order that would benefit more from that trade... shame for retail most orders can be classed as non-held.
5270, citadel aren't allowed trade in their own accounts on a security that they have non-public information about a block on... like say a block on the buy button. THIS LITERALLY SPELLS OUT A RULE THEY BROKE IN JAN 28TH.
This doesn't seem to be broken down by not-held and held orders. So it literally spells out a rule that was broken.
We then move onto information barriers, Citadel claims their teams work in silos (that is to say isolated away from each other), so that the team that deals with it's own accounts doesn't have any information that the team dealing with client accounts has... shame we've all seen the videos and the relative open planning of the Citadel offices and know that they aren't even siloing on a physical level, never mind an informational one. It's not like WhatsApp, telegram, discord, <> exists.
It goes to further define that "Not-Held" & "Institutional Orders" don't get the (limited) protection of 5230 (meaning citadel can trade ahead, if they trade the client order at all, for their own profit).
Pg13.
We then cover facilitation, hedging & pre-hedging, In short it states Citadel can trade ahead of knowledge of a block in a security if it is for one of these three purposes.
The thing is hedging is such a broad term, as previously defined in this document and defined elsewhere, that it allows Citadel to unilaterally make trades to protect itself against black swan events in a way that pretty much no one else (other than other market makers presumably, such as Virtu) can.
I am not advocating buying puts but if you had prior knowledge of the Jan 28th buy block, you could have bought a ton of puts (dirt cheap may I add), made a killing and have done so in the name of "hedging". It's actually sickening to me.
We then cover something which may warrant further digging elsewhere, Retail Order Liquidity Programs, all Citadel state here is that Citadel won't treat an order as a retail order unless explicitly told to do so by a client (this also may be a way to provide themselves some cover if the program provides any additional protections or benefits to retail orders).
As I said, further digging into what this program is may be warranted but it's not covered in this DD, and after this DD I'm tapped out of anything other than my normal weekly/daily posts for a while unless I come across something like this again.
Corporate actions, citadel will adjust open orders based upon those asked corporate actions. It's a small vague, but seems relatively harmless.
Order routing & conflict of interest. Citadel states that it gets kickbacks and fees to route order to certain markets and if the kickbacks are larger than fees they will receive payments from these markets. As such Citadel reserves the right to route to certain markets provided it keeps in line with the "best execution principles" (That one that is judged solely by people of Citadel... again nice that).
Pg14.
System failure and abnormal market conditions (Jan 28th and maybe this now), this is the last subsection of order handling section. And would you believe it, Citadel reserves the right to apply, cancel, partially apply or EVEN CHANGE client orders without prior notice during periods of system failure and abnormal market conditions.
Meaning Citadel can, and will, pull out every dirty trick WHEN (not if) MOASS happens.
We then go onto the Order execution section, again this lasts until page 18 and as such I'll be breaking it down by subsection also.
Price improvement, this subsection states that Citadel can determine whether or not to improve a clients order for a better price at their sole discretion, even if price improvement is within the NBBO (National best bid offer) and one of the factors in making this decision is Citadel's own positions.
Pg15.
Customised execution strategies, Citadel allows clients to choose a metric if they so desire to prioritise in execution if they wish, this may result in worse results in other metrics. Standard handwashing statement.
NBBO calculation (which is further broken down into even smaller subsections), as a whole Citadel relies on direct market feeds, then SIP feeds (Security information feeds).
For OTC trades it refers to the OTC NBBO bulletin board, and chooses the right to exclude any information from this bulletin board it deems unactionable. Which is important as remember non-held orders (which is most orders) can be put through as OTC trades, and the statement of what it deems to be unactionable is not further clarified and therefore suitably vague and full of leeway.
Pg16.
We then go onto Net trading, Citadel re-states that most not-held orders (which is most of them) is dealt with by netting, if at all. This is the MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE WHOLE GOD DAMN DOCUMENT. as it spells out how Citadel gets paid as a market maker, they net by taking the opposite side of the trade elsewhere in the market at a better price, and then fill the trade at the other end. The difference/net is what Citadel takes as payment.
For example you ask to buy stock ABC at $10, your broker gives that order to citadel who sees someone is selling it for $9.95, as such they buy it, give it to your broker, who gives to you and Citadel NETS the $0.05 difference.
They can only do this for not-held orders, which is most orders. (I know this is repeating my first sentence in this section, but it's important).
We then move onto trading halts, nothing contentious here. Citadel has to abide by them (nice to a see one of the rules apply universally for once).
We then go onto erroneous trades, Citadel has certain conditions it has to adhere to due to the SEC, FINRA etc but citadel also reverse the right to cancel or alter ordetrades that don't fall within SEC/Finra/SRO rules if citadel deems it erroneous (much like when your older sibling babysat you and decided to add extra rules that mum and dad didn't have). Again nothing further is expanded on what Citadel would deem erroneous that SEC/FINRA/SRO don't.
Pg17.
Deals with extended trading hours (pre-market/After Hours) Citadel states they will accept and trade client orders during these times but makes a warning on all the risks of trading during these times.
What is implied though, reading between the lines, is that Citadel will also trade for it's own accounts during these times as well.
Pg18.
With Order execution done, we go onto another handwashing statement/section, regarding rules around OTC re-sale. Some OTC securities may not be re-sold, it is the client, not citadel's, responsibility to ensure that non-resalable OTC securities aren't traded.
We then go onto another section with multiple subsections, Orders from Canadian internalised securities and foreign markets.
First subsection is Canadian internalised securities, when a stock is traded on both U.S and Canadian markets citadel will only accept it is it's an Immediate or Cancel (IoC), or Fill or Kill order (FoK). If you cast your mind back you'll remember these orders are considered not-held, and therefore lose all the protection of held orders.
Pg19.
Orders in a foreign market is next, first thing that stands out is that Citadel have a portal where the OTC prices sit, including foreign, Citadel gives access to this portal to clients but clients are forbidden from passing it on (I'd jump at the chance to have a look).
Next is currency, all orders should be placed in USD and then Citadel makes extra money by marking up or down the exchange rate (presumably on top of their netting).
Citadel then lays out the ways they may fill the order, they give preference to internalising the order (i.e Citadel takes the opposite side and net trades it) but that they may use other methods, or a combination.
Pg20.
This page explains the previous pages netting/best execution etc.
One part they spell out is that an order will still be considered best executed even if there was price improvement available that wasn't taken, provided Citadel make profit.
It then states what rule, FINRA 5320, that it needs to adhere to, so that it can be considered best execution, but remember two things one "the committee" that judges this is made up of citadel staff according to this document and two all foreign orders are dealt with by OTC and are therefore Non-held and therefore FINRA 5320 doesn't apply, makes me wonder why they brought it up at all.
Pg21.
Use of client information is our next heading. Citadel states it may use the following information and how it's used, but that they don't need to tell their clients.
They can also state they can change what information, and how the information is used without informing the client (unless required to by law or ruling).
First it breaks it down by client order information, Citadel can use past and present trading information on determining how to handle that order. Also citadel may use the info for their own purposes (both market making and for their own accounts).
IOI/RFQ (Indication of interest, Request for quotation) Citadel can use past client, or client customer information to determine whether to supply this info and at what price/ranges.
Finally, and nice to see it spelled out at the end, citadel may share the information within Citadel or other Market Makers but on a time delayed basis when there should be an information barrier. They don't state how time delayed though which is nice and vague (not that I believe there is any time delay given the setup of the office and other factors, but that's speculation)but for them a time delay may be 1 second, 1 minute,1 hour... who knows, not us or broker dealers it seems as it's not spelled out.
Pg22.
Last two sections deal with who a citadel reports trades to for the purpose of reporting to the consolidated tape. Nothing contentious here.
Thoughts
Hope you found that insightful, here's my socials (Twitter & YouTube), though I'll be taking a break for a while after this other than my normal daily/weekly posts.
We always knew we were getting the raw end of the deal, but it seems that raw end of the deal extends to our broker dealers as well (and by laws of gravity, shit travels down so we likely are getting an even worse deal once our brokers add in their conditions as well).
This document clearly lays out the unilateral, and frankly frightening level of powers and unaccountability Citadel seems to have. I would presume that extends to other market makers as well.
But here is the thing, forearmed is forewarned.
None of these conditions seem to apply to though if you make your order both directed to lit exchanges (there is mountain of DD on this) and make sure your order comes under the held category the issue seems to be in getting it to apply to that held category.
So the next issue on top of that is making sure your shares are, well your shares, and registered in your name.
As such you need to make sure you are DSRing you shares.
The most important thing though is this, these are your shares. You sell them, when you decide. All the evidence points to shorts having not covered.
Given the Earnings call this week, and the battering to the price we now, more than ever need to have diamond hands and show the citadel and market makers of the word one thing.
WE ARE NOT LEAVING.
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2021.12.06 13:57 MacAttack218 🚨🦧The Orangutan Papers🦧🚨 Citadel's equity handling protocols DD🐱‍👤

TL;DR?
Go and read it, this is important. This is the manual on how they are messing with apes and therefore shouldn't be TL'DR'd.
Links
This is the exact same DD on Ken Griffin Lies website should it be removed from Reddit and/or YouTube.
YouTube form of this DD, should it be removed from reddit and/or the KGL website
Link to video with just the Document in question, you may need to pause/screenshot if you want to read the document along with the DD.
Intro
Hey Everyone,
Firstly, sorry for how long I sat on this. Given what it is I just wanted to post straight away, but I also fully appreciate that is an emotional response. I, where possible, try and be pragmatic.
So without further ado I present to you "The Orangutan Papers". A 22 page document, from Citadel to a broker dealer (the fidelities of the world who buy and sell shares for themselves, as well as clients) on it's "equity handling protocols".
Things to be wary of while reading.

  1. This is dated Feb 2019. A full 34 months ago. That is a long time for some policy documents, at the same time my work has some policy documents from the 70s. It should be taken with a grain of salt.
  2. This could be a very carefully crafted document (22 pages long) to fuck with apes, and is a total fake.
  3. My interpretation of this document may be wrong, this is also why I provided the link to the document so other apes can pour over it and find stuff I missed, or correct things I got wrong.
That being said, I've done what due diligence I can on this.
And on the balance of probability this look like the genuine article.
Stand out sections.
There is a lot, so I've put the ones I think to be worth extra attention in italics, like I've done here.
By page breakdown.
Let's go over every page in detail.
Pg1.
Citadel states here what they are, and the two sides two their business. That they place orders as a market maker for their clients as well as the fact that they also trade for their own profits. Most importantly they CLEARLY state they may trade in tickers that they both trade as a market maker and as a non-market maker (aka hedgefund).
They also begin to explain their duty of best execution, which continues onto pg2.
Pg2.
They speak about how best execution is a multi-faceted consideration.
i.e a market may show a better price, but have a lot less shares available.
But the take away I have is they go onto say, the people that review whether they have met the requirement of providing "best execution" meet on a quarterly basis, and comprise entirely of people employed by Citadel, including Senior management. There isn't a mention of a single person from the SEC, FINRA, FINTEL, DTCC or NSCC (even though these org are blended as it is).
Meaning Citadel decides if Citadel is giving best execution or not... nice that.
We then briefly mention that Citadel's duty to give best price execution is to the clients (The broker dealers) and not to the client's customers (us, retail, apes). Totally flying in all the shitty PR statements Citadel has tried to spin.
I can see the spin already tho, they provide best execution to clients, who provide it to us. If that happens don't let the fact they clearly state here who they consider their obligations to be to.
We then go onto discuss Automated & Manual order receipts (This continues onto Pg3).
Pg3.
Citadel talk about how it's SOLEY up to them if an order is automated or manually processed. They also talk about the fact they can trade during extended hours (Pre-market/After hours).
They then go on to talk about how Citadel reverses Sole discretion to cancel or reject any client order and that they have no further obligations to an order once cancelled/rejected.
They also mention that they can choose to ignore a cancellation order if they have already gathered part or all of the equities to fill the order. Again at their sole discretion.
We then go onto Order Handling, this section lasts until PG 14. As such I'll be breaking it down by subsection.
Within order handling they first discuss order routing. Citadel states for non-directed orders that they can basically filtered it partially or wholly where they like, including to Citadel Connect.
So where possible, direct your order to a lit-exchange such as IEX.
Citadel picks how it does this via it's "heat map" technology (NFD), which uses order flow (Another reason to dislike PFOF) they finish off by stating it's up to Citadel how much information on the client order goes to the market centers.
Pg4.
Order Types- Citadel defines held and not held orders.(Held orders need to be filled immediately, not-held can be delayed as to try and get a better price.)
The requirements to be classed as not-held appear to be so vague to Citadel that near enough every order could be classed as not held. This isn't a good thing, as we discuss in detail through the entire DD.
Pg5.
We continue with more about order type. Something (which might burst people's bubble) that stands out is that not-held orders include certain categories. One of these is Algorithmic trading. And the thing about not-held orders is there is no requirement, and therefore Citadel doesn't, display them. Which further means trying to divine information from the order book (at least as citadel is concerned) is largely pointless.
Doubly so as Citadel could easily choose what to display and what not to display in an order book to further mess with us.
But the next part really irks me, as it seems to fly totally in the face of the best execution statement.
Citadel may trade ahead of not held orders, and buy/sell at the same, or indeed better price for it's own accounts and in doing so doesn't even have to fill the not-held order.
We then go onto additional conditions in not-held orders in OTC equities (Stocks that don't meet the requirements to be listed on a main exchange, or derivates such as options). This continues onto pg6.
Pg6.
The OTC orders that have specific instructions (such as trading via VWAP) will be traded manually by a trader where the instruction is actionable, if not Citadel will go seek clarity on the order or reject the order.
If there are no instructions on the OTC order than it will be determined as manual or automated depending on how big the order is, and how many shares are within that order (and the price of those shares).
The final note on it, is that most OTC orders will be meet by "netting", more on this later.
We then go onto algorithmic trading, which continues onto pg7.
Pg7.
A broker dealer may choose to place an order with Citadel using one of it's algorithmic strategies, in doing so Citadel treats it as a not-held order and has sole discretion on how to execute the order (but caveat they need to keep it in line with the chosen strategy).
Citadel can also break the order up, into smaller child orders each with it's own strategy.
This can include lit, dark or internalised venues.
Then we cover pre-order handling. There is nothing overtly new here, Citadel reserves the right to not execute the order, pretty much same as the rest of their orders.
Pg8.
On close orders- It splits it into Market on Close (MoC) and Limit on Close (LoC), they are exactly what you'd expect but happen at close.
A big stand out is that Citadel may guarantee part or all of a MoC, if they do Citadel can hedge against that order (which in turn may effect the price) this is massive and may account for all those ridiculous 1 min to close/post close candles.
The language in the next paragraph seems to indicate that this is not limited to MoC and that LoC orders can also be hedged against. Though this isn't spelt out anywhere.
Pg9.
OTC stocks have the same requirements for MoC/LoC as listed.
We then go onto IoC (immediate or Cancel) & FoK (Fill or Kill) orders.
Both are at Citadel's discretisation to fill or cancel or reject.
And likewise, they are considered not-held, so everything that applies to not-held orders applies to these guys.
AoN (All or None) orders are next. They make mention that these orders are not allowed on exchanges (which implies they must be dealt with by way of OTC), and as such present unique risk to them. As such they aren't considered not-held or held, but that Citadel's handling of these may effect their price execution.
Pg10.
Day orders- Nothing contentious here, they state they may execute a few mins after close.
Again adding to the ridiculous minute before/after close candles.
Good till Cancelled/Good till Date Orders- Again nothing overly contentious here, they don't display them overnight. Which seems to fly in the face of the earlier statement about not displaying Not-held orders at all (again showing us that trying to divine info from the order book may be largely pointless).
Stop orders continues on to page 11.
Pg11.
Stop orders, nothing overly contentious other than the fact Citadel looks to bunch triggers into a bulk order, and prioritises speed over price improvement in a bid to compete with fast moving markets.
They do state that Citadel may engage in trading that may trigger these orders.
My big take away from this, if citadel has enough knowledge of stop orders (or trailing stop orders) they can force a crash to take advantage of that. AKA CITADEL CAN SEE YOU STOP ORDERS SO DON'T PLACE STOP ORDERS. March 10th anyone?
Short sale marking and locate requirements, not the same as Citadel Short selling (and this document doesn't cover that) it states the onus is on clients to mark shares sell long, sell short, sell short exempt. This is a hand washing statement nothing more.
Pg12.
Risk management and market access control- This is the bit I've had to stop my self skipping ahead to read.
Citadel reserves the right to delay any order it wishes to make sure it's correct, accurate and despite all this Citadel accepts no responsibility for client errors. This is so vague a statement that in theory Citadel could delay any order in the name of ensuring it's correct, even if that order was to be a massive benefit to retail and to the detriment of Citadel.
Order protection, Finra rule 5320 and 5270.
5230, Citadel aren't allowed to trade a share for it's own account while they have a held order that would benefit more from that trade... shame for retail most orders can be classed as non-held.
5270, citadel aren't allowed trade in their own accounts on a security that they have non-public information about a block on... like say a block on the buy button. THIS LITERALLY SPELLS OUT A RULE THEY BROKE IN JAN 28TH.
This doesn't seem to be broken down by not-held and held orders. So it literally spells out a rule that was broken.
We then move onto information barriers, Citadel claims their teams work in silos (that is to say isolated away from each other), so that the team that deals with it's own accounts doesn't have any information that the team dealing with client accounts has... shame we've all seen the videos and the relative open planning of the Citadel offices and know that they aren't even siloing on a physical level, never mind an informational one. It's not like WhatsApp, telegram, discord, <> exists.
It goes to further define that "Not-Held" & "Institutional Orders" don't get the (limited) protection of 5230 (meaning citadel can trade ahead, if they trade the client order at all, for their own profit).
Pg13.
We then cover facilitation, hedging & pre-hedging, In short it states Citadel can trade ahead of knowledge of a block in a security if it is for one of these three purposes.
The thing is hedging is such a broad term, as previously defined in this document and defined elsewhere, that it allows Citadel to unilaterally make trades to protect itself against black swan events in a way that pretty much no one else (other than other market makers presumably, such as Virtu) can.
I am not advocating buying puts but if you had prior knowledge of the Jan 28th buy block, you could have bought a ton of puts (dirt cheap may I add), made a killing and have done so in the name of "hedging". It's actually sickening to me.
We then cover something which may warrant further digging elsewhere, Retail Order Liquidity Programs, all Citadel state here is that Citadel won't treat an order as a retail order unless explicitly told to do so by a client (this also may be a way to provide themselves some cover if the program provides any additional protections or benefits to retail orders).
As I said, further digging into what this program is may be warranted but it's not covered in this DD, and after this DD I'm tapped out of anything other than my normal weekly/daily posts for a while unless I come across something like this again.
Corporate actions, citadel will adjust open orders based upon those asked corporate actions. It's a small vague, but seems relatively harmless.
Order routing & conflict of interest. Citadel states that it gets kickbacks and fees to route order to certain markets and if the kickbacks are larger than fees they will receive payments from these markets. As such Citadel reserves the right to route to certain markets provided it keeps in line with the "best execution principles" (That one that is judged solely by people of Citadel... again nice that).
Pg14.
System failure and abnormal market conditions (Jan 28th and maybe this now), this is the last subsection of order handling section. And would you believe it, Citadel reserves the right to apply, cancel, partially apply or EVEN CHANGE client orders without prior notice during periods of system failure and abnormal market conditions.
Meaning Citadel can, and will, pull out every dirty trick WHEN (not if) MOASS happens.
We then go onto the Order execution section, again this lasts until page 18 and as such I'll be breaking it down by subsection also.
Price improvement, this subsection states that Citadel can determine whether or not to improve a clients order for a better price at their sole discretion, even if price improvement is within the NBBO (National best bid offer) and one of the factors in making this decision is Citadel's own positions.
Pg15.
Customised execution strategies, Citadel allows clients to choose a metric if they so desire to prioritise in execution if they wish, this may result in worse results in other metrics. Standard handwashing statement.
NBBO calculation (which is further broken down into even smaller subsections), as a whole Citadel relies on direct market feeds, then SIP feeds (Security information feeds).
For OTC trades it refers to the OTC NBBO bulletin board, and chooses the right to exclude any information from this bulletin board it deems unactionable. Which is important as remember non-held orders (which is most orders) can be put through as OTC trades, and the statement of what it deems to be unactionable is not further clarified and therefore suitably vague and full of leeway.
Pg16.
We then go onto Net trading, Citadel re-states that most not-held orders (which is most of them) is dealt with by netting, if at all. This is the MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE WHOLE GOD DAMN DOCUMENT. as it spells out how Citadel gets paid as a market maker, they net by taking the opposite side of the trade elsewhere in the market at a better price, and then fill the trade at the other end. The difference/net is what Citadel takes as payment.
For example you ask to buy stock ABC at $10, your broker gives that order to citadel who sees someone is selling it for $9.95, as such they buy it, give it to your broker, who gives to you and Citadel NETS the $0.05 difference.
They can only do this for not-held orders, which is most orders. (I know this is repeating my first sentence in this section, but it's important).
We then move onto trading halts, nothing contentious here. Citadel has to abide by them (nice to a see one of the rules apply universally for once).
We then go onto erroneous trades, Citadel has certain conditions it has to adhere to due to the SEC, FINRA etc but citadel also reverse the right to cancel or alter ordetrades that don't fall within SEC/Finra/SRO rules if citadel deems it erroneous (much like when your older sibling babysat you and decided to add extra rules that mum and dad didn't have). Again nothing further is expanded on what Citadel would deem erroneous that SEC/FINRA/SRO don't.
Pg17.
Deals with extended trading hours (pre-market/After Hours) Citadel states they will accept and trade client orders during these times but makes a warning on all the risks of trading during these times.
What is implied though, reading between the lines, is that Citadel will also trade for it's own accounts during these times as well.
Pg18.
With Order execution done, we go onto another handwashing statement/section, regarding rules around OTC re-sale. Some OTC securities may not be re-sold, it is the client, not citadel's, responsibility to ensure that non-resalable OTC securities aren't traded.
We then go onto another section with multiple subsections, Orders from Canadian internalised securities and foreign markets.
First subsection is Canadian internalised securities, when a stock is traded on both U.S and Canadian markets citadel will only accept it is it's an Immediate or Cancel (IoC), or Fill or Kill order (FoK). If you cast your mind back you'll remember these orders are considered not-held, and therefore lose all the protection of held orders.
Pg19.
Orders in a foreign market is next, first thing that stands out is that Citadel have a portal where the OTC prices sit, including foreign, Citadel gives access to this portal to clients but clients are forbidden from passing it on (I'd jump at the chance to have a look).
Next is currency, all orders should be placed in USD and then Citadel makes extra money by marking up or down the exchange rate (presumably on top of their netting).
Citadel then lays out the ways they may fill the order, they give preference to internalising the order (i.e Citadel takes the opposite side and net trades it) but that they may use other methods, or a combination.
Pg20.
This page explains the previous pages netting/best execution etc.
One part they spell out is that an order will still be considered best executed even if there was price improvement available that wasn't taken, provided Citadel make profit.
It then states what rule, FINRA 5320, that it needs to adhere to, so that it can be considered best execution, but remember two things one "the committee" that judges this is made up of citadel staff according to this document and two all foreign orders are dealt with by OTC and are therefore Non-held and therefore FINRA 5320 doesn't apply, makes me wonder why they brought it up at all.
Pg21.
Use of client information is our next heading. Citadel states it may use the following information and how it's used, but that they don't need to tell their clients.
They can also state they can change what information, and how the information is used without informing the client (unless required to by law or ruling).
First it breaks it down by client order information, Citadel can use past and present trading information on determining how to handle that order. Also citadel may use the info for their own purposes (both market making and for their own accounts).
IOI/RFQ (Indication of interest, Request for quotation) Citadel can use past client, or client customer information to determine whether to supply this info and at what price/ranges.
Finally, and nice to see it spelled out at the end, citadel may share the information within Citadel or other Market Makers but on a time delayed basis when there should be an information barrier. They don't state how time delayed though which is nice and vague (not that I believe there is any time delay given the setup of the office and other factors, but that's speculation)but for them a time delay may be 1 second, 1 minute,1 hour... who knows, not us or broker dealers it seems as it's not spelled out.
Pg22.
Last two sections deal with who a citadel reports trades to for the purpose of reporting to the consolidated tape. Nothing contentious here.
Thoughts
Hope you found that insightful, here's my socials (Twitter & YouTube), though I'll be taking a break for a while after this other than my normal daily/weekly posts.
We always knew we were getting the raw end of the deal, but it seems that raw end of the deal extends to our broker dealers as well (and by laws of gravity, shit travels down so we likely are getting an even worse deal once our brokers add in their conditions as well).
This document clearly lays out the unilateral, and frankly frightening level of powers and unaccountability Citadel seems to have. I would presume that extends to other market makers as well.
But here is the thing, forearmed is forewarned.
None of these conditions seem to apply to though if you make your order both directed to lit exchanges (there is mountain of DD on this) and make sure your order comes under the held category the issue seems to be in getting it to apply to that held category.
So the next issue on top of that is making sure your shares are, well your shares, and registered in your name.
As such you need to make sure you are DSRing you shares.
The most important thing though is this, these are your shares. You sell them, when you decide. All the evidence points to shorts having not covered.
Given the Earnings call this week, and the battering to the price we now, more than ever need to have diamond hands and show the citadel and market makers of the word one thing.
WE ARE NOT LEAVING.
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2021.12.06 13:57 stwAllTogetherNow Serious (non satirical question): Why is it popular to be accepting of LGBTQ and “Pro-Choice” in these modern times?

I’m coming from a neutral/factual standpoint, I’m not stating a side, I’m using this as a research question. Why is it more common now to accept homosexuality and abortion than it was in recent years? 20 years ago it was black and white: abortion and homosexuality is bad, straight and pro life is good Now it’s also black and white (but reverse): if you disagree with homosexuality your a bigot a-hole. If you disagree with abortion being legal you’re a misogynist. As of why this is in Christianity, it is a common theme now to tell everyone their “sin” clearly stated in the Bible, is okay. How did Christianity get here? Also, I know these topics are easily related to politics. How has and why has, politics shifted throughout and are even brought into Christianity?
I hope you can help me out on this question/survey I’m doing. Thank you, and God wants you.
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2021.12.06 13:57 Vladik1993 So I dropped my new Acer laptop...

Bought a new Acer Predator Helio 300 on Amazon and got it just a few days ago. Today when I grabbed my backpack with the laptop inside from the car, it slipped and dropped on the floor. Thankfully the only damage was done to the corner of the laptop, should I be concerned? Should I claim my warranty? Can I even claim it? Or should I just go to a store to fix it myself?
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2021.12.06 13:57 NiiazAI Welcome to MetaMorphz collection

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2021.12.06 13:57 PJMWestHub Is this the Balloon de Orbit that everyone’s talking about?

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2021.12.06 13:57 Odieer Reshiram's raid rigth now

Reshiram's raid rigth now. We will add the first 5 that send us an invitation in the game (don't send invitation to both accounts, please). Please, be online.
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  • The Mummy Trilogy (The Mummy (1999)/Returns/Tomb of the Dragon Emperor) 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $13.75
  • The Purge 4K (iTunes) - $5.00
  • The Purge 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $5.00
  • The Purge: Anarchy 4K (iTunes) - $4.00
  • The Purge: Anarchy 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $4.00
  • The Purge: Election Year 4K (iTunes) - $3.00
  • The Purge: Election Year 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $3.00
  • The Secret Life of Pets HD (iTunes) Should port to 4K - $4.30
  • The Secret Life of Pets 2 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $6.00
  • Top Gun HD (iTunes, Vudu) Should upgrade to 4K if redeemed through iTunes - $4.50
  • Van Helsing 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $5.50
  • Warcraft HD (iTunes) Should port to 4K - $3.75
  • Waterworld 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $5.50
  • What Men Want HD (iTunes, Vudu) Should upgrade to 4K if redeemed through iTunes - $3.85
  • xXx Return of Xander Cage HD (iTunes) Should upgrade to 4K - $2.50
  • Yesterday 4K (Movies Anywhere) - $5.50
HD Movies:
  • 2 Fast 2 Furious HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.80
  • 300: Rise of an Empire HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.10
  • A Dog’s Journey HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • A Good Day to Die Hard (Extended) HD (Movies Anywhere, Vudu, Google Play) - $4.85
  • A Good Day to Die Hard (Extended) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.85
  • A.C.O.D (Adult Children of Divorce) HD (iTunes) - $3.50
  • A.C.O.D (Adult Children of Divorce) HD (Vudu) - $3.50
  • About Last Night HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Action Point HD (iTunes) - $1.90
  • Admission HD (iTunes) - $3.90
  • Air Strike HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $2.90
  • American Girl: Lea to the Rescue HD (iTunes) - $1.55
  • American Made HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.25
  • American Reunion (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.40
  • Annihilation HD (Vudu) - $3.45
  • Antz HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.50
  • Argo HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.60
  • Arrival HD (Vudu) - $3.45
  • Backtrace HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $2.65
  • Barber Shop The Next Cut HD (Vudu) - $2.00
  • Billy Elliot HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.30
  • BlacKkKlansman HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.50
  • Blinded By The Light HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.65
  • Blue Crush 2 HD (iTunes) - $4.40
  • Breaking In (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Bring It On Worldwide #Cheersmack HD (iTunes) - $0.55
  • Bring It On Worldwide #Cheersmack HD (Movies Anywhere) - $0.55
  • Broken City HD (Movies Anywhere, Vudu) - $4.40
  • Cats HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • Centurion HD (Vudu) - $1.70
  • Chernobyl Diaries HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Cornetto Trilogy (The World’s End/Hot Fuzz/Shaun of the Dead) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $11.50
  • Cult of Chucky (Unrated) HD (iTunes) - $2.45
  • Cult of Chucky (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.45
  • Daddy's Home HD (Vudu) - $3.25
  • Death Race 3: Inferno (Unrated) HD (iTunes) - $1.55
  • Den of Thieves HD (iTunes) - $3.35
  • Despicable Me 2 HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.00
  • Dolphin Tale HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.80
  • Dolphin Tale 2 HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.00
  • Downsizing HD (Vudu) - $2.00
  • Dragonheart 5-Movie Collection (Dragonheart, A New Beginning, 3: The Sorcerer's Curse, Battle for the Heartfire, Vengeance) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $11.50
  • Edward Scissorhands HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Endless Love (2014) HD (iTunes) - $2.80
  • Endless Love (2014) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.80
  • Escape Plan: The Extractors HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $2.90
  • Everything, Everything HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • Fast & Furious 6 (Extended) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $0.95
  • Father Figures HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Fences HD (Vudu) - $2.75
  • Fifty Shades of Black HD (iTunes) - $3.90
  • Fifty Shades of Black HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.90
  • Flatliners (2017) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.45
  • Focus HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.05
  • Friday the 13th (1980) (Uncut) HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part 3 HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part II HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part V A New Beginning HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part VI Jason Lives HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part VII The New Blood HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th Part VIII Jason Takes Manhattan HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • Friday the 13th The Final Chapter HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.70
  • G.I. Joe: Retaliation HD (Vudu) - $3.45
  • Get Him to the Greek HD (iTunes) - $3.90
  • Get On Up HD (iTunes) - $3.65
  • Get Smart (2008) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Going In Style HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.00
  • Good Boys HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • Gotti HD (Vudu) - $1.55
  • Grease Live! HD (iTunes) - $3.00
  • Grease Live! HD (Vudu) - $3.00
  • Grudge Match HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.35
  • Hammer of the Gods (2013) HD (Vudu) - $1.70
  • Happy Feet HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Hard Target 2 HD (iTunes) - $1.75
  • Hard Target 2 HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.75
  • Hercules (2014) HD (Vudu) - $3.45
  • Home (2015) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Home Again HD (iTunes) - $3.30
  • Home Again HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.30
  • Honey 3: Dare to Dance HD (iTunes) - $2.25
  • Honey 3: Dare to Dance HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.25
  • Hot Pursuit HD (Vudu) - $4.40
  • How to Train Your Dragon 3-Movie Collection (1/2/Hidden World) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $11.50
  • In a Valley of Violence HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • In The Heart of The Sea HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.10
  • Insurgent HD (Movies Anywhere, Vudu, Google Play) - $3.90
  • Into The Storm HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.80
  • Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit HD (Vudu) - $2.50
  • Jarhead 4-Movie Collection (Jarhead/2 Unrated/3 Unrated/Law of Return) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $9.50
  • Jersey Boys HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.10
  • Joker HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.10
  • Jupiter Ascending HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.60
  • Justin Bieber’s Believe HD (iTunes) - $2.85
  • Kevin Hart: What Now? HD (iTunes) - $2.85
  • Kevin Hart: What Now? HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.25
  • Kick-Ass 2 HD (iTunes) - $3.30
  • Kick-Ass 2 HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.30
  • Kidnap HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • Kidnap HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Killer Elite HD (iTunes) - $3.35
  • La La Land HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $2.55
  • Leprechaun Returns HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $3.15
  • Life of the Party HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.45
  • Little HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Logan Lucky HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.80
  • Lone Survivor HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.40
  • Lowriders HD (Movies Anywhere, iTunes) - $3.35
  • Ma HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • Mamma Mia! The Movie HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.35
  • Man of Steel HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.75
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy HD (Google Play) - $4.00
  • Max Steel HD (iTunes) - $3.40
  • Max Steel HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.40
  • Me Before You HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Megan Leavey HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • Megan Leavey HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Middle School: The Worst Years of my Life HD (iTunes, Vudu, Google Play) - $4.10
  • Minions HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.05
  • Monster High: Electrified HD (iTunes) - $1.60
  • Monster High: Great Scarrier Reef HD (iTunes) - $1.60
  • mother! HD (Vudu) - $1.85
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • My Life as a Zucchini HD (iTunes) - $3.20
  • My Life as a Zucchini HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.20
  • Neighbors HD (iTunes) - $2.75
  • Night School (Extended) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.30
  • Nightcrawler HD (iTunes) - $3.90
  • Ouija HD (iTunes) - $3.55
  • Ouija HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.55
  • Parental Guidance HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.30
  • Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters HD (Movies Anywhere, Vudu, Google Play) - $4.45
  • Pick One: The Cat In The Hat/Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You/My Adventures with Santa/The Bourne Supremacy/R.I.P.D. HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.00
  • Point Break (2015) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.60
  • Project X (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Puerto Ricans in Paris HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • Queen of the Damned HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.45
  • R.I.P.D. HD (iTunes) - $3.45
  • R.I.P.D. HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.45
  • R.L. Stine’s Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? HD (iTunes) - $3.90
  • Race HD (iTunes) - $3.55
  • Race HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.55
  • Riddick (Unrated Director’s Cut) HD (iTunes) - $3.75
  • Riddick (Unrated Director’s Cut) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.75
  • Ride Along 2 HD (iTunes) - $3.60
  • Rings HD (iTunes) - $2.60
  • Rings HD (Vudu) - $2.60
  • Roman J. Israel, Esq. HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Sabotage HD (iTunes) - $3.95
  • Same Kind of Different as Me HD (iTunes) - $2.85
  • Same Kind of Different as Me HD (Vudu) - $2.85
  • Savages HD (iTunes) - $3.25
  • Scream 2 HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.40
  • Scream 3 HD (iTunes, Vudu) - $4.40
  • Selma HD (iTunes) - $3.55
  • Selma HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.55
  • Seventh Son HD (iTunes) - $2.30
  • Seventh Son HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.30
  • Sherlock Gnomes HD (Vudu) - $2.35
  • Sing HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.40
  • Skyscraper HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Sleepless HD (iTunes) - $2.85
  • Sleepless HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.85
  • Snowden HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • Snowden HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Speed Kills HD (Vudu, Google Play) - $2.65
  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.50
  • Star Trek: Into Darkness HD (Vudu) - $0.80
  • Suffragette HD (iTunes) - $2.95
  • Suffragette HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.95
  • Survive the Night HD (iTunes, Vudu, Google Play) - $3.85
  • Tammy HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.80
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) HD (Vudu) - $3.40
  • The 15:17 to Paris HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.10
  • The 33 HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • The 5th Wave HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • The Apparition HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.65
  • The Beguiled HD (iTunes) - $2.05
  • The Beguiled HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.05
  • The Boss Baby HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • The Bourne Identity HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.75
  • The Bourne Legacy HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.95
  • The Bourne Supremacy HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.75
  • The Boy (2016) HD (iTunes) - $4.00
  • The Boy (2016) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.00
  • The Bye Bye Man (Unrated) HD (iTunes) - $0.55
  • The D Train HD (iTunes) - $2.95
  • The D Train HD (Vudu) - $2.95
  • The Darkness (2016) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • The Edge of Seventeen HD (iTunes) - $2.70
  • The Edge of Seventeen HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.70
  • The Fate of The Furious (Extended Director's Cut) HD (iTunes) - $3.10
  • The Fate of The Furious (Extended Director's Cut) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.10
  • The Fate of The Furious (Theatrical and Extended Director's Cut) HD (iTunes) - $3.60
  • The Fate of The Furious (Theatrical) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.60
  • The Gambler HD (iTunes) - $3.55
  • The Gambler HD (Vudu) - $3.55
  • The Goldfinch HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.80
  • The Good Lie HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.30
  • The Grey HD (iTunes) - $3.25
  • The Grey HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.25
  • The Guilt Trip HD (iTunes) - $4.30
  • The Guilt Trip HD (Vudu) - $4.30
  • The Host (2013) HD (iTunes) - $2.85
  • The House (2017) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.30
  • The Huntsman: Winter’s War (Extended) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.30
  • The Incredible Burt Wonderstone HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • The Intern HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • The Last of Robin Hood HD (iTunes) - $3.95
  • The Legend of Tarzan HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • The Lego Movie 2-Movie Collection (1&2) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • The Lion King (1994) HD (Google Play) - $4.00
  • The Little Rascals Save the Day HD (iTunes) - $3.85
  • The Lorax HD (iTunes) - $4.40
  • The Lorax HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Theatrical) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.80
  • The Man with the Iron Fists HD (iTunes) - $4.40
  • The Mummy Returns HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.80
  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.85
  • The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature HD (iTunes) - $3.75
  • The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.75
  • The Protector 2 HD (Vudu) - $1.70
  • The Purge: Election Year HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.00
  • The Resurrection of Gavin Stone HD (Movies Anywhere) - $0.60
  • The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power HD (iTunes) - $1.95
  • The Secret Life of Pets HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.35
  • The Space Between Us HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.30
  • This Is Where I Leave You HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.10
  • Transcendence HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Transformers: Age of Extinction HD (Vudu) - $1.80
  • Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.60
  • Triple 9 HD (iTunes) - $3.25
  • Trolls HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.50
  • Truth or Dare (Unrated Director’s Cut) (Blumhouse 2018) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.40
  • Turbo HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Unbroken HD (iTunes) - $3.75
  • Unbroken HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.75
  • Underworld (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.85
  • Unforgettable HD (Movies Anywhere) - $3.90
  • Us HD (Movies Anywhere) - $4.35
  • Veronica Mars HD (Movies Anywhere) - $1.95
  • Walking With Dinosaurs: The Movie HD (Movies Anywhere, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play) - $4.45
  • Warcraft HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.80
  • Winter’s Tale HD (Movies Anywhere) - $2.35
  • World War Z HD (iTunes) - $2.75
  • World War Z HD (Vudu) - $2.75
  • Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (Unrated) HD (Movies Anywhere, Vudu, Google Play) - $2.25
  • xXx Return of Xander Cage HD (Vudu) - $1.50
SD Movies:
  • The Hunger Games HD (Vudu) - $0.20
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