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>> No.30277909 [View]
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So the latest PLTRanny cope is that they're using AWS, the largest cloud provider in the world, just like every other major corporation?
Wow, that's even more desperate than when they though 3M would save their shitty meme stock.
price below 24 btw

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>>30266874
the fate of all hobbits

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>GME and PLTR up
was there ever any doubt PLTR is a meme stock?

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>GME and PLTR up
was there ever any doubt PLTR is a meme stock?

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>AMC, GME and PLTR up
was there ever any doubt PLTR is a meme stock?

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>>30219876
I'm still dabbing on PLTRannies

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>>30050686
>same "not about the money" logic as GME bagholders
>same result
>being racist by giving money to a jewish mutt
well, enjoy

>> No.29994034 [View]
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PEOPLE ACTUALLY BUY PLTR


AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

>> No.29975455 [View]
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>the ceo: "if you're interested in short term gains, you should find a company that's more suitable for you"
immediately afterwards:
>In filings on Wednesday and Thursday, Palantir (ticker: PLTR) general counsel Matthew Long disclosed the sale of another 291,500 shares, raising $8.5 million. That follows his previously disclosed sale of $12.6 million of stock.

>Ryan Taylor, chief legal and business affairs officer, sold an additional 162,500 shares for $4.5 million. Earlier this week, he had disclosed $5.5 million of stock sales.

>Chief Financial Officer David Glazer sold 203,190 shares, generating proceeds of $5.5 million.

>Previous sellers this week included COO Shyam Sankar, who sold $21.5 million of stock, and co-founder Stephen Cohen who sold $53.6 million of stock.
just what did they mean by this?

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>the ceo: "if you're interested in short term gains, you should find a company that's more suitable for you"
immediately afterwards:
>In filings on Wednesday and Thursday, Palantir (ticker: PLTR) general counsel Matthew Long disclosed the sale of another 291,500 shares, raising $8.5 million. That follows his previously disclosed sale of $12.6 million of stock.

>Ryan Taylor, chief legal and business affairs officer, sold an additional 162,500 shares for $4.5 million. Earlier this week, he had disclosed $5.5 million of stock sales.

>Chief Financial Officer David Glazer sold 203,190 shares, generating proceeds of $5.5 million.

>Previous sellers this week included COO Shyam Sankar, who sold $21.5 million of stock, and co-founder Stephen Cohen who sold $53.6 million of stock.
just what did they mean by this?

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>Palantir Insiders Sell Another $18.5 Million of Stock

https://www.barrons.com/articles/palantir-insiders-sell-another-18-5-million-of-stock-51614363808

>In filings on Wednesday and Thursday, Palantir (ticker: PLTR) general counsel Matthew Long disclosed the sale of another 291,500 shares, raising $8.5 million. That follows his previously disclosed sale of $12.6 million of stock.

>Ryan Taylor, chief legal and business affairs officer, sold an additional 162,500 shares for $4.5 million. Earlier this week, he had disclosed $5.5 million of stock sales.

>Chief Financial Officer David Glazer sold 203,190 shares, generating proceeds of $5.5 million.

>Previous sellers this week included COO Shyam Sankar, who sold $21.5 million of stock, and co-founder Stephen Cohen who sold $53.6 million of stock.
"b-b-b-but they didn't sell off literally all of their shares so that's not a bad sign!" - coping PLTRannies right before 41%ining

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>Palantir Insiders Sell Another $18.5 Million of Stock

https://www.barrons.com/articles/palantir-insiders-sell-another-18-5-million-of-stock-51614363808

>In filings on Wednesday and Thursday, Palantir (ticker: PLTR) general counsel Matthew Long disclosed the sale of another 291,500 shares, raising $8.5 million. That follows his previously disclosed sale of $12.6 million of stock.

>Ryan Taylor, chief legal and business affairs officer, sold an additional 162,500 shares for $4.5 million. Earlier this week, he had disclosed $5.5 million of stock sales.

>Chief Financial Officer David Glazer sold 203,190 shares, generating proceeds of $5.5 million.

>Previous sellers this week included COO Shyam Sankar, who sold $21.5 million of stock, and co-founder Stephen Cohen who sold $53.6 million of stock.
"b-b-b-but they didn't sell off literally all of their shares so that's not a bad sign!" - coping PLTRannies right before 41%ining

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>>29965675
>shilling for a mutt-faced niggerjew

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>>29907551
back to 10
>>29907616
he clearly does it like that on purpose to be le quirky meme ceo

>> No.29899380 [View]
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>20k in TQQQ
>10k in otm TSLA calls
>10k in otm TSLA puts
>20k in PLTR
rate my YOLO portfolio

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great news, PLTRannies!
the previous link I shared showed a bunch of insider dumping ending at 2/22. but it turns out there's been even more sell-offs so you get to hold even more bags now!
https://sec.report/CIK/0001321655/Insider-Trades
isn't that great?

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>Palantir: The Sell-Off Is Not Over

>Of course, a major reason for the sell-off has been due to the recent bearishness in the general markets, especially with high-growth tech operators. It does look like investors are getting nervous about rapidly increasing interest rates.

>But general market sentiment is not the only factor impacting PLTR stock. Keep in mind that the latest earnings report was also disconcerting for Wall Street. Now it’s true that – on the surface – the performance looked solid. Revenues jumped by 40% to $322 million, trumping analysts’ prediction of $300.7 million. As for the non-GAAP earnings, they came to six cents a share, compared to the Street estimate of two cents a share.

>So then what was the problem with the report? Well, it looks like growth will decelerate. For the full-year, the forecast is for revenues to rise by around 30%.

>The Chief Operating Officer, Shyam Sankar, sold 757,510 shares at prices that ranged from $24.59 to $29 (he netted over $21 million). Then there were the sales of 2.7 million shares from three other executives. They include Stephen Cohen, the cofounder and president; Matthew Long, the general counsel; and Ryan Taylor, the chief legal officer and business affairs officer.

>Such activity is not necessarily unusual (after all, equity compensation is a big part of the Silicon Valley way). But it is still a red flag. Whenever a group of executives sell off their shares — especially after a big run-up — this is a sign that the valuation of the stock is on the high side.

>And this really should not be a surprise either with PLTR stock, which is trading at 24 times sales. This is definitely a stretch, as the growth rate is likely to come down. Thus, it might be better to temper expectations on this investment for now.

"b-b-b-but they didn't sell off literally all of their shares so that's not a bad sign!" - coping PLTRannies right before 41%ining

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>Palantir: The Sell-Off Is Not Over

>Of course, a major reason for the sell-off has been due to the recent bearishness in the general markets, especially with high-growth tech operators. It does look like investors are getting nervous about rapidly increasing interest rates.

>But general market sentiment is not the only factor impacting PLTR stock. Keep in mind that the latest earnings report was also disconcerting for Wall Street. Now it’s true that – on the surface – the performance looked solid. Revenues jumped by 40% to $322 million, trumping analysts’ prediction of $300.7 million. As for the non-GAAP earnings, they came to six cents a share, compared to the Street estimate of two cents a share.

>So then what was the problem with the report? Well, it looks like growth will decelerate. For the full-year, the forecast is for revenues to rise by around 30%.

>The Chief Operating Officer, Shyam Sankar, sold 757,510 shares at prices that ranged from $24.59 to $29 (he netted over $21 million). Then there were the sales of 2.7 million shares from three other executives. They include Stephen Cohen, the cofounder and president; Matthew Long, the general counsel; and Ryan Taylor, the chief legal officer and business affairs officer.

>Such activity is not necessarily unusual (after all, equity compensation is a big part of the Silicon Valley way). But it is still a red flag. Whenever a group of executives sell off their shares — especially after a big run-up — this is a sign that the valuation of the stock is on the high side.

>And this really should not be a surprise either with PLTR stock, which is trading at 24 times sales. This is definitely a stretch, as the growth rate is likely to come down. Thus, it might be better to temper expectations on this investment for now.

PLTRannies 41%ining soon

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>Palantir: The Sell-Off Is Not Over

>Of course, a major reason for the sell-off has been due to the recent bearishness in the general markets, especially with high-growth tech operators. It does look like investors are getting nervous about rapidly increasing interest rates.

>But general market sentiment is not the only factor impacting PLTR stock. Keep in mind that the latest earnings report was also disconcerting for Wall Street. Now it’s true that – on the surface – the performance looked solid. Revenues jumped by 40% to $322 million, trumping analysts’ prediction of $300.7 million. As for the non-GAAP earnings, they came to six cents a share, compared to the Street estimate of two cents a share.

>So then what was the problem with the report? Well, it looks like growth will decelerate. For the full-year, the forecast is for revenues to rise by around 30%.

>The Chief Operating Officer, Shyam Sankar, sold 757,510 shares at prices that ranged from $24.59 to $29 (he netted over $21 million). Then there were the sales of 2.7 million shares from three other executives. They include Stephen Cohen, the cofounder and president; Matthew Long, the general counsel; and Ryan Taylor, the chief legal officer and business affairs officer.

>Such activity is not necessarily unusual (after all, equity compensation is a big part of the Silicon Valley way). But it is still a red flag. Whenever a group of executives sell off their shares — especially after a big run-up — this is a sign that the valuation of the stock is on the high side.

>And this really should not be a surprise either with PLTR stock, which is trading at 24 times sales. This is definitely a stretch, as the growth rate is likely to come down. Thus, it might be better to temper expectations on this investment for now.

PLTRannies 41%ining soon

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>>29837270
by giving your money to amerimutts: the company?

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>>29830581
this niggerjew's face is just unfortunate



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