From January 2015, she started to practice leetcode questions; she trains herself to stay focus, develops "muscle" memory when she practices those questions one by one.
2015年初, Julia开始参与做Leetcode, 开通自己第一个博客. 刷Leet code的题目, 她看了很多的代码, 每个人那学一点, 也开通Github, 发表自己的代码, 尝试写自己的一些体会.
She learns from her favorite sports – tennis, 10,000 serves practice builds up good memory for a great serve. Just keep going.
Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
MRO stock: Marathon Oil Stock Doesn’t Look as If It’s Going Anywhere Anytime Soon
The Houston-based energy firm, which has a market cap of about $3.46 billion, can trace its roots to 1887 and Standard Oil, taking twists and turns over the century-plus to even be a part of United States Steel.
Few people would describe Marathon Oil as a high flier. Over the last five years, MRO stock chugged along in the upper teens and 20s, with some peaks and valleys along the way.
The company’s dividend, meanwhile, helped lure energy and income investors to buy its relatively affordable shares.
For instance, five years ago you could buy a share of MRO stock for $19.59. Two years ago, that share fetched $23.41. It hasn’t been that high since.
Over the last 12 months, MRO topped out at $14 and change. The stock’s 52-week low is $3.02. That’s probably less than you would pay for a bottle of soda and snack at the gas station’s store. Now, a gallon of gasoline would cost less – and that is part of Marathon’s woes.
Marathon trimmed costs and capital spending during the quarter, said Lee Tillman, the company’s chairman, president and CEO said in a statement:
“Amid tremendous commodity volatility, our ongoing response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, and a challenging year for our industry, we have remained focused on the factors we can control: how we allocate capital, how we manage our cost structure, and how we execute.”