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>> No.16927046
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>he doesn't hold the new apple

>> No.16927054

>trusting chink companies

>> No.16927057

Why does it have two tickers? And which one is right for me?

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>> No.16927075

Coronovirus Info

Started in Wuhan
recorded cases in Japan, Thailand
Human to Human
2 Deaths
High pneumonia rate
3x more known cases

Unclear if Droplet or Airborne spread.

>> No.16927083

Any info on the deceased?
Elderly? Immunodeficiency?

>> No.16927085

SNSS tripfag where art thou?

Explain why SNSS is the next big thing. What makes them so special?

>> No.16927086

On 31 December 2019, the WHO China Country Office was informed of cases of pneumonia of unknown etiology (unknown cause) detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. A novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified as the causative virus by Chinese authorities on 7 January.

On 10 January, WHO published a range of interim guidance for all countries on how they can prepare for this virus, including how to monitor for sick people, test samples, treat patients, control infection in health centres, maintain the right supplies, and communicate with the public about this new virus.

Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.

Based on currently available information, WHO does not recommend any restriction of travel or trade. Countries are encouraged to continue strengthening their preparedness for health emergencies in line with the International Health Regulations (2005).Standard recommendations to prevent infection spread include regular hand washing, covering mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, thoroughly cooking meat and eggs. Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.

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i'll be reading about pharma stocks this week i guess

>> No.16927113

They gained a lot, but are they not set up for a correction now?

>> No.16927124

spread rate is important. No travel restrictions in place yet.

Committee will decide whether to declare outbreak an international public health emergency – a rare move only used for the gravest epidemics
Label has only been used a handful of times, for swine flu pandemic, Eloba and Zika outbreaks

>> No.16927147

it seems everyone in NY has the flu. Its reallllllllly bad this year. Wonder if the two viruses will merge?

>> No.16927158

>swine flu pandemic
this one was basically just an economic ruse though, right?
the worst part about it was the narcolepsy and autism doped vaccines

>> No.16927180

swine flu killed 200,000 people worldwide

>> No.16927198

GSK MRK AZN NVAX SNY and maybe PFE & roche are probably best places to start.

Was actually quite painful. I was in Uni at the time and managed to get a strain. Felt like Regular flu but it made my whole body ache.

>> No.16927215

61 and 69 years old men

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is it safe to fuck Chinese birds again yet?
is it safe to fuck Chinese piggies again yet?
what a horrid country, why can't they fix these damn diseases....

>> No.16927244

probably a completely unhygenic market with flies everywhere

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Want Fish neck coated in Chicken liver?

>> No.16927294

healthy and organic just like the old times

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I just want to be able to park my rod inside plump Chinese girls again without having to worry about dying of superflu

>> No.16927369

First bird and swine flu and now it's Corona flu? Just another reason we need to keep the mexicans out. They fucking live off that corona shit.

>> No.16927383

I've got 1k available to invest, what do

>> No.16927389

Should I buy the tesla stock?
It feels like tesla is at an ATH so I feel apprehensive but I really want to buy it.

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again? You lucky fuck

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I personally think it'll correct back to 350. Though there are those here who will disagree. Hi fren.

>> No.16927467

>trump and macron agree not to impose tariffs on eachother this year

>> No.16927478


I'd rather have a Coronalightus if you know what I mean

>> No.16927483

lol it's a bubble

>> No.16927488

No one can tell you what to do. Also it depends on a lot more than if you like a stock or not.

Risk tolerance
How much money
reason for investing
etc etc etc

>> No.16927499

I personally might think of selling around 750-1000 but that's me.

I think the model Y is going to fix all the model 3 manufacturing problems and have crazy margin

>> No.16927533

I like it and I believe it's too big to fail atm.
But at the same time I feel like it's could go back to 300 or something before it goes up to 1k or 2k.
I would make alot more money if I bought low.

>> No.16927540

BTK inhibitors are next gen oncology, other BTK inhibitors are being bought out like crazy, look to other companies like ARQL, LOXO, APTO and what has happened to them recently. 400mg data is likely to show efficacy, Vecabrutinib (SNSS BTK inhibitor) has the best safety profile of the lot. That's why.

>> No.16927557

Well after Trump finishes blasting the eurocucks and then gets impeached tomorrow the whole market is going to shit the bed. Wouldn't be surprised to see the circuit breakers trigger an early close.

>> No.16927561

typically it pulls back on Q1 results at least the last few years. Always a slow time for autos

doesn't mean it will this time though because of battery event, model Y, china expansion, etc

>> No.16927579

Why shouldn't I just stay with indexes and bonds forever

>> No.16927582

Impeachment almost guarantees dem victory in senate, house, and presidency this year.

With bernie still in the field they won't risk it.

>> No.16927590

No real reason. Unless you purposefully want volatility for a higher chance of gains.

Risk vs Reward objectively no reason not to

If you want more risk though

>> No.16927600

yeah I guess it's not the run of the mill car company.
I think people are investing in knockoff tony stark and not just tesla

>> No.16927602

>Chink phone Xiaomi rising
Am I missing something ?

>> No.16927612

it's a pretty good phone ngl
great value for money

>> No.16927623

It's a perfect investment vehicle. You get 100% future technology. No ICE legacy, no dealership legacy, etc. Plus it's one of the best magnets for talent.

There's tons of reasons why it absolutely should command a very high multiple on positioning alone.

The decision making behind Tesla is perfect for future positioning. They don't keep legacy anything.

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>> No.16927690

no ding ding ding post. no chilies. today fucking sucks bros.

>> No.16927751

Are fish pics even still used
What is this 2014?

>> No.16927771

might go to KFC.. they might have a special today

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>> No.16927841

Why would they have a special today?

>> No.16927850

niggas n chicken mayne

>> No.16927889

Anyone know a good gated community REIT?

>> No.16927915

ohhhh because of national nigger day.

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>> No.16927919

isn't it because all the markets are closed, so they would offer a special hoping to attract business from all the thrifty wall-street types?


>> No.16927964

Modern wall street only eats s.o.y salads - no beef allowed - too much climate change guilt for millennial analysts and stock pickers

>> No.16928027

I swear to god ((they)) know I have put options on the market and fucking called off the false flag just to fuck me out of my 2 yang.

>> No.16928051

I‘ve recently been thinking of going on an all meat diet to spite vegans and climatards. Prolly would be mostly fish tho since that‘s my favorite. Are fish diets even a thing?

>> No.16928064

yeah during lent

>> No.16928117

Did you truly believe the Virginia thing was going to have a proper dust up? From the start it looked to me that it was going to be pretty standard second amendment rally. No boog.

>> No.16928151

Down side to all meat diet (mainly red meat) is higher risk of colon cancer

Down side to all fish diet is high chance of heavy metal poisoining specifically mercury from farm bred fish or tuna.

>> No.16928170


You know how to short the market, then.

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>drumpfcucks and libtards STILL betting against the Powell economy
Enjoy your puts expiring worthless.
GEX floor dipped but still in place. Short volatility and long US equities is still the play.

Get fucked bears.

>> No.16928186

Mercury is literally naturally in fish. There is a mercury cycle in nature just like the water cycle nothing you can do to avoid it.

>> No.16928199

I was hoping the Virgina thing was going to be our generations Ft. Sumter, but yeah I didn't really think anything was going to happen....

>> No.16928206

I don't get it why people still ignore this.
Especially Baggs here. I think I told him multiple times but he's still buying horrible timed puts.

>> No.16928232

The cutie wants to do some TA for you guys

>> No.16928251

I know there is nothing you can do about the cycle but some species may bioaccumulate certain toxins more than others so you shouldn't eat too much of it or you will then get a high amount of those toxins.

>> No.16928264

There are also recorded case in South Korea now, and death have raised to 4 although I would not be surprised if more of it get revealed.
In the mean time I guess you can also short travel related stocks, especially those that focus in the Asian market.
Both SARS and 2019-nCoV are from wild animal. Those viruses originally host at bats, then it spread to other wild animals. In SARS's case, it's believed that civet is the medium before the virus jump to human, as SARS viruses were found in the body of civet in an animal market in China where people would buy and eat them. After the SARS incident most of these markets have been closed, but some like the one in Wuhan that caused this outbreak, secretly run under other names like "seafood market" but still continues to sell different wild animals for people to consume. The new virus probably come from one of those animal sold in the market.

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just stoppin in to say hi to my GEX bros

>> No.16928281

>Smart & Sassy Journalist.
I'm trying to guess her age... 31?
She can do some TA on one of these pet food companies

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I had to look that up
why do chinese people even eat these things lol
it looks like it's all fur and bones... must be about 50grams of edible tissue on the thing if you spend hours trying to clean it off...

>> No.16928314

very cheap compared to samsung/iphone
rest of the world doesn't really care about china/usa trade war so they keep buying china stuff

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It makes it very hard to tell when bulls should add protection. I guess never? Except maybe gold.

Maybe it’s delicious... maybe there’s lost of good marrow in those bones... maybe it’s just cheap

>> No.16928381

I have realized over the time that stocks and dividends won't fill the void in my life.
how do I find a new hobby?

>> No.16928383

There is a Chinese idiom - everything with four legs on can be eaten, except table and chair.
>edible tissue
According to report on the internet, their meat cost about 40-60USD/kg.
Also, some claims their meat have special medical effect in Traditional Chinese Medicine (not real science).

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>> No.16928406

Sounds about right.

>> No.16928424

China is up to experimental breeding programs again!

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scary bears ! grrrr!

no eating cute pandas though, right?
Ah! I have a fun question for you!
When Chinese people talk about pandas, do they use the same word for all four of their legs, or do they call the forelimbs 'arms' or something like that?
what is the most expensive meat in terms of $/kg at the chinese meat markets?
do they really eat ground up infants for male vitality or is that just a rumor?

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what stocks is everyone buying tomorrow at open?

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I'm puttering around in boring large caps for the time being until nat gas gives me a long setup.

>> No.16928489

More SPCE if it dips

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Taking recommendations funds to put in my IRA.

Already have enough EWJ and QYLD, and have a chunk of VTSAX/VTI in my regular portfolio.

If they dip in the red, BMY and GSK.
Otherwise I’m selling some shit. I spend too much time on the market and need to take a break.

Time to go into ETFs for a while.

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gunna try to buy puts on something that moves big on this whole sars thing

>> No.16928631

Dont buy anz, nab or wbc

>> No.16928660

I am not big brain for such words. I you telling me it is a cancer cure? Or atleast a better treatment?

>> No.16928664

Fishing spot stock related to recent news

>> No.16928668

Thoughts anyone?
I like holding the gold miners, but what about the palladium miners?

I wasn’t going to... that’s just morninngstars list of ideas for underpriced stocks. You suggesting they picked some losers there, Aussie?

>> No.16928723

>what about the palladium miners?
Seems a bit late for that. Palladium's chart is way too bubbly.

>> No.16928832

Are doing absolutely nothing. Fuck this unholy boomer shit

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>> No.16928923

I’m not even sure that 3X leveraged funds like that are allowed in IRA’s...
Isn’t it just XLP/VDC?

Why so bullish on staples?

>> No.16928947

>Why so bullish on staples?
It is not that I am particularly bullish on staples I just consider them safe enough to go 3x

>> No.16928955

That doesn’t make any sense to me

>> No.16928965

Because look at a chart of what it did last year It just consistently goes up at a steady rate despite selloffs in the rest of the market

>> No.16928975

WFC - MO - IBM - ABBV $300 in each.

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Recession incoming

>> No.16929049

Looking into SPG too. Anyone have any insight into this REIT? Looks like a good value and there was a huge spike in real estate loans in December. Could be a 2020 great year for REITs and SPG look undervalued.

>> No.16929091

There was a lot of yield chasing last year, and a lot of looking for defensive stocks which pumped utilities and staples. Pharma and healthcare was largely left out because of Bernie and warren.

I’m not sure staples can keep it up, especially after PG and KO’s massive runs. Will have to see what happens when they report earnings.

>> No.16929123

No way, just went all in. This bull market will last forever... seethe more bear cuck

>> No.16929130

Nope, seems Papa Powell has spanked the bears and cancel culture the recession

Bulls in the house party rockin’ tonite

>> No.16929138

Well soon we're gonna be slammed at work. Will be asked to work overtime and maybe on the weekend. The fun starts the 24th I think. They hate this. I work 40 hrs as it is. But hey what can you do, the "project" has to be done cause it's for the Gov himself. Hey all the better for me cause it's extra green in my pocket. It won't be a big deal for me either cause I live only 8 miles from the office lol.

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>tfw have to work 7 days a week sometimes

>> No.16929168

By Apr 2020

TSLA to 2500 by 2023

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uhmm...what time is it...market open yet?...red day

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if SPX opens flat i might actually coom on the spot

>> No.16929241

The market is still closed... I don't know what I'd do if I was in one of them oriental countries where they shut it down for a week. I'd have to like plan a big ass party around that week every year so I wouldn't be bored as fuck.

>> No.16929267

>I’m not even sure that 3X leveraged funds like that are allowed in IRA’s...
Fidelity made me sign a statement saying I understood the risk and then I could put it my IRA.

>> No.16929292

Did it have anything to do with deferred taxes?

Schwab makes you check a box for the same thing the first time you buy the leveraged ETFs, but it’s got nothing to do with if it’s an IRA or not.

>> No.16929340

I dunno think it was just Fidelity covering their own asses.

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I wanna make a big trade

>> No.16929398

Thinking about going hard on FCEL pre-market tomorrow, thoughts?

>> No.16929423

I'm cashing in my 401k to buy a Tesla.

>> No.16929431
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>Biden Tops Iowa Poll by Democratic Rural Group: Campaign Update
if I can’t get my pharma cheapies, then at LEAST pump my PILL and MRK/LLY calls!!

>> No.16929468

I'd wait like 5 years until a cooler one comes out,

>> No.16929487

The fact that Biden is polling so high to begin with really tells you how fucking divided the democrats are. The more centrist voters are clearly trying to avoid Sanders and Warren

>> No.16929541

Uh ain't biden and that sanders guy pushing 70 and haven't they both already had the big one once before? What the hell will they do if they have some big ass important meeting and they kick the bucket from the stress.

>> No.16929565

>The fact that Biden is polling so high to begin with really tells you how fucking divided the democrats are
Not sure how you come to that conclusion. Of course the centrist voters are going for the centrist candidate and not the socialist or the other far lefty.

If anything, it shows how marginal the far-left AOC crowd really is. Most people want something like the status quo with a few tweaks.

>> No.16929572

Anons have you ever heard of something called timed stocks?

>> No.16929574

biden has mental problems of some kind


>> No.16929580

I dunno I registered as a democrat just so I could vote in this primary, and my choices are the communist man, the communist woman, quid pro quo joe, the gay guy, or bloomberg. I think i'm going to vote for Bloomberg guys.

>> No.16929584

Based retard.

>> No.16929591

They are pushing 80, Trump is the youngest one.. kek'd. Sanders is the one that got a heart attack though so he will probably let his commie friends take over when he's in bed for most of the year

I came to that conclusion because all I see from the dem shills on Twitter is that they will win the centrist vote, which I obviously understand is bullshit. We saw the same shit in the UK when that commie lost to "wanna-be Trump" as they called him, massively


>> No.16929606

Anyone buy premarket a lot? Any advice / tips or is it mostly the same?

>> No.16929619

Volume is shittier so if volatility is your thing probably stay away. Otherwise yeah it's pretty much the same.

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Tell me more about the battery event.

How is he not obese?

AMD, I'm buying everyweek until my average reaches my target price or my portfolio becomes overexposed.
Slowly accumulating CSCO, if you zoom out it's within an oversold buy zone.

>> No.16929635

I mean who's going to tell the climate change people to fuck off and let us keep our guns?

>> No.16929657

So the current biz memes are SPCE and FCEL? Give me the 411 on these.

>> No.16929670

The CEO claimed that Tesla has a new battery coming up next year that will last a million miles.

Furthermore, everything points to Tesla not only developing a new battery chemistry for manufacturers to build for them, but also plans for Tesla to build those batteries themselves.

Over the last year, the automaker has acquired several companies with experience building batteries or battery-manufacturing equipment.

Tesla officials have already all but confirmed that it’s going to manufacture its own battery cells.

We expect Tesla to make an announcement about bringing a new battery to market early in 2020 at a planned Battery and Powertrain Investor Day event.

they originally hinted it at an investor meeting in June 2019, with a picture of the battery skate and "coming soon".

It's likely to be a hype day similar to the chip announcement at the AI self driving investment day with the details of the AI chip coming out.

>> No.16929676

Gonna sell my calls. Not gonna say which company.
Also gonna buy VOO and VDY with those calls.

>> No.16929679

in other words


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Would love to see your work on CSCO if you’ve done any. I have some but I’d like to buy more.

I’ll wait on AMD until it sells off after earnings like it always seems to do.

May hang on to my SOXL until then though, sell it into earnings then use the profits to buy the dip in AMD.

>> No.16929704

He seems pretty open to the clean energy idea to push the climate agenda and trusting a guy that flip flops around parties to protect your guns seems a bit far-fetched

>> No.16929714

holy fuck that looks good

>> No.16929725

FCEL is speculation, could be dumped since it has grown a lot recently.

SPCE is space tourism, which seems like an idea of of the 60s finally happening.

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53% Republican
49% Dem

this is only going higher too due to primary conflicts and the convention delegate fuckery.

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Futures finally dumping some

>> No.16929798

what are your thoughts on having a FA-based stop loss instead of a TA-based stop loss? like "im in this for the company passing FDA Phase 3 with their drug, if they fail im out" or "I think AMD is a great company that will continue to grow in the long term, if something changes and some news comes out that it's actually a garbage company that's when i'll sell"?

im trying to get away from day trading but it's hard. i have a lot of fear and skepticism with holding overnight but im trying to think my way out of this box. i truly don't understand long term HODL people in stocks when i could instead just shoot for earning 1% a day on average or better.

>> No.16929816

why is that comfy? isn't that bad?

>> No.16929831


House impeachment managers will have just two days to prosecute their case against President Donald Trump according to a resolution circulated by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in a move meant to accelerates the timetable for a trial Republicans intend to end in a speedy acquittal. President Trump’s team will also have two days to present their arguments and then senators will have a chance to ask questions and consider subpoenas of witnesses.

>> No.16929844

Trump 2020 EZ B)

>> No.16929851

Value based investors typically sell once they believe the stock has reached appropriate valuation, regardless of momentum. Yes, they sometimes sell a stock even if they think it’s going up.

This has been priced into the stock market for months.

>> No.16929866

1. I currently have an ES short
2. I want to get more solid long positions that I can actually be comfortable with for at least a few weeks and since we have been pumping non-stop it has been impossible for me to get very good looking positions. I have basically been trying to catch tiny ass wicks that will end up stopping me out the next day or whatever and that's boring

>> No.16929871

interesting. im mostly trying to figure out how to advise my brother and father on stocks since im the only one who is actually passionate about this stuff but they want to work their careers, not daytrade like im trying to do full time by the end of this year.

im thinking something along the lines of trading in the daily time frame or some kind of buy and hold fundamental-based strategy but it's a lot harder to figure out the risk management i feel. it's hard to explain to them that no matter how good the setup a trade might lose, they seem to think they can just throw their money at a company they like, like AMD or DELL and if they hold it long enough it's okay.

>> No.16929887

I don't see space tourism really being other than a fad. Least for now. The expenses involved are just to high. Unless there is a glut of a shit load of people with a few hundred thousand willing to fork out that money on a constant basis I don't see it lasting long. Plus the dangers involved. I mean hell the hull of these ships are thin as paper. A small meteorite or other bit of space debris can puncture a hole in it like nothing.

>> No.16929900
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Can someone call the top please?

Thank you.

>> No.16929907

So buy the indices and some individual stocks you think are worth the risk/reward.

Also assess if you really can handle holding through a real long market downturn.

Most people do best by just investing some of their paycheck into the indexes for the entirety of their working lives.

>> No.16929912

aren't wealthy people usually extremely skiddish about risk? i know if i ever get rich i would never do some shit like that, i'd avoid anything and everything that has a relatively high likelihood of getting me killed with no escape. even with driving, there are some super safe cars to drive nowadays. idk why i'd spend the money to do something that would likely kill me even if i was rich. if im rich i especially dont want to die.

>> No.16929916

just tell them to put their money in some index funds every week or month

>> No.16929945

it's weird. you ever deal with the sort of people who think they can do better than the S&P but don't really want to spend a lot of time working on stock shit? they just kinda want to "have it"? idk how to explain it...

it worries me, my dad bought into DELL during the trump 300b trade war escalation shit, bought 1000 shares at 53 and it dumped down to like 45 or 46 i think. it eventually came back on earnings and he made a good amount of money when it ran up into the 55's iirc, but for a time he was down like 8 grand and just held on and hoped. and to a certain degree idk if im wrong or he's wrong: can you just put all your money into a company like DELL that you think is good and no matter what the price does you'll wait until you get your 5-10%, or is he wrong and you really need to know when to cut your losses before it gets worse?

>> No.16929964

avoid losing family members money

>> No.16929969


>chinks buy out opera software
>market share of opera browser nosediving every year
>chinks create predatory loaning apps for pajeets and africans with 800%+ interest rates to keep revenue flowing
>predatory loans account for almost 50% of revenue
>chink CEO siphoning tens of millions of company funds into shell corporations owned solely by CEO
This is an easy short friends. Beware of earnings surprise fueled by chink lies though.

>> No.16929979

Any reason they would be a smart investment though?

>> No.16929984

how do they even get the money on the loans.

>> No.16929993

pure pottery

>> No.16929995

well yeah that's the idea. im the only one in the family that actually cares about finance. i look at charts and research trading concepts and watch trading-related videos all day every day. it's like playing the violin and trying to teach someone else how to play the violin but they don't give a shit about music. You'd think with how much profit is on the line they would care as much as I do, but they don't. They think a 9-5 is the only way you can make money in this world.

>> No.16929996

what are the best stocks to profit from plastic surgery?

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Thoughts gentlemen?

>> No.16930031

it's his life so he can do whatever he wants but do remind him that putting money into a company based on his feelings and then hoping they return a profit is just gambling, the same if he choose a horse he liked based on feelings and hoped to make money.
it's fine to pick stocks if you study some and understand what you are doing tho.

>> No.16930033

i hate the slogan, short it.

>> No.16930043


>> No.16930045

grain of salt


According to MyDrivers, the beefier of the two Ampere GPUs is GA103, which will consist of 60 streaming multiprocessors (SMs) and 3,840 CUDA cores. It will underpin the GeForce RTX 3080 with 10GB or 20GB of GDDR6 memory and a 320-bit memory bus. There is no mention of the memory speed, though 16Gbps is certainly possible, if not likely. Assuming that's the case, we would be looking at 640GB of memory bandwidth.

The GeForce RTX 3070, meanwhile, is said to be powered by a GA104 GPU with 48 SMs, 3,072 CUDA cores, and 8GB or 16GB of GDDR6 memory pushing data through a 256-bit memory bus. If it ends up being 16Gbps memory as well, we would be looking at 512GB/s of memory bandwidth for that card.

>> No.16930051


>Introducing Brokers on the IBKR Lite plan cannot support the follow ing type of client sub accounts:
>Israel is the country of legal residence of the account holder


>> No.16930073

no idea. it's possible that they are just laundering money

>> No.16930077


99%+ chance bs btw

>> No.16930097


We were told NVIDIA will launch a new GPU in the second quarter.
AMD is also expected to have Big Navi around Computex.

Info from board partners.

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Can't wait for tomorrow. Really expecting to see KL continue to run and I have a pretty large position in it now.

>> No.16930115

They are both risks, I feel.

>> No.16930119
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There's not much to see really. I didn't even research why it dumped >20%, what happened?

What I see is a multi year uptrend with a significant pullback last year moving it below the moving average on several time scales. Looking at the chart again I can see a recent bounce and macd 1w bullish cross. Now it may just be crabbing or it might be about to breakout, who knows. Time is on my side and price per share is cheap enough for me to average in for however many months or years it takes.

I've got similar plays on PYPL and SBUX that are working out nicely right now. Sure I'm only going to make single or low double digit gains but it keeps me entertained.

>> No.16930124

any daytraders on /smg/? what's your strategy?

everyone needs VWAP in their lives.

>> No.16930157


>> No.16930164

elliott waves and long option strangles

don't ask me if it works, that's a secret

>> No.16930172

>elliott waves

stopped reading there.

>> No.16930193

Damn, you would think with how hard people shill it, they might actually have something to say about the stock itself. Not one person here seems to be able to.

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they know

>> No.16930276

The CCP likes to fuck with companies to keep them in line. also what is stopping the CCP from just seizing the company and fucking you over?

>> No.16930302


Probably vwap without realizing it. If the volume is high and the chart looks bearish I buy in and gtfo

>> No.16930308

>mfw I wear the samw glasses as Money Mnuchie



>> No.16930323

institutions use the vwap, it's an important metric that should be on every chart. watch what happens when price gets around to it and you'll notice a ton of patterns. they guarantee the VWAP price for the day for big investors who want to get in or out of a stock.

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>It's 2001
>Peak bear season
>You're leveraged shorts and puts
>This fella' decided to cut interest rate 0.5% overnight, without calling a meeting

>> No.16930369


see that's where you fucked up.

>> No.16930374

Daytrading without leverage, very interesting.

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>> No.16930404

Any DEACbros in the house?

I'm all in with 1,000 shares since $10.50.

>> No.16930407

XIACF v.s XIACY - One's cheap as hell, the other is just under $9 but e-trade says un sponsored. Same company. What gives.

>> No.16930420

What is the best source to learn candlesticks?

>> No.16930430

>BTK inhibitors
couldn't other companies use them?

>> No.16930466

25k is the min to PDT and 1% a day on that is $250 which is over 50k a year which is entirely doable.

>> No.16930470

1% a day lol

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if you are able to achieve 1% daily gains, 200 days of compounding would take you over 180k (pre-tax) from your humble 25k starting position.

>> No.16930555

Never mind. Seems 1 XIACY @ almost $ 9 a share equals 5 shares of the other one. Lol. So in effect your getting 5 shares of this company for only 9. Considering that this is the "apple" of china and that the apple stock is well over 300 a pop it's a good guess in 20 years the new china "apple" stock will be worth a nice price.

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>> No.16930594

Investopedia. They're not complicated. Most of the patterns involving three or fewer candles are unreliable.

>> No.16930665

Make sure to get enough sleep for GALT day tomorrow.

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That sounds pretty damn dangerous. How often have you been making trades like that?

It’s a doggo of the Dow, and less importantly analysts have been selecting it as a nice pick for 2020 year/decade. But some jagoff bastard just downgraded it.

ITanon from another thread said they were full of shit though and don’t have much prepared for 5G.

It all depends on if all the ceos are wrong about the recession, and change their minds, then start spending on capex and enterprise tech.

Pic unrelated

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I'll be up all night...
you almost 666'd GALT again, for like the 5th time....

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>my positioning

>> No.16930769

Regarding futures, this is because of Asia. They're selling off because of the plague outbreak or whatever. Buy the dip day tomorrow I think.

>> No.16930775

Buy scaled fish, way less mercury content. Scaleless fish like tuna, mackerel and sharks are high in mercury.

>> No.16930781

XIACF - 1.73 a share. So roughly $20 would net me 11 shares of an "apple type" company. Lol. Let's see Apple is $300+ now. So after 25 years assuming it all goes well for them and they follow the apple playbook complete with divvy and stock splits my original 11 shares would be worth a fuckton.

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Be careful of the "boy who cried wolf" situation with the CoronaFlu
Like markets aren't really taking it super cereal because the other ones haven't been that bad.
The first serious biopanic of this century could blow up markets pretty hard, I mean if the infected and death counts keep rising into the thousands and beyond. If that happens, people are going to switch from "buy the dip" to panicmode real hard, real quick.

>> No.16930803

Ichimoku cloud, Heikin ashi, Chaikin Money Flow. Japanese trader.

>> No.16930805

Red pill me on pharmaceutical companies. All the shilling and high returns have piqued my interest but seems too good to be true. Looking through mission statements and dummy’s guides to the science involved usually seem promising but it seems to me impossible to tell without a medical science background.

>> No.16930820

>Eating panda
There are cases of people trying to do so and then get send to the court. There are also archeology evidence of people in the past doing so.
>forelimbs of panda
I think it depends on context. If the panda is walkimg then it would be saod as walking with four legs, but if it's trying to get something with its forelimbs then it would be said as trying to use its hands to do something.
>Most expensive meat
Probably meat of some protected endangered animals that I have never seen before?
>eatting infants for male vitality
I don't think so but the closest I have heard of is drinking soup cooked with placenta

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imagine not being a WEEDBRO in 2020 and being all in WEED STONKS. youre getting in at the bottom of an eventual best gainer in 2020 with more regulations, 2.0 products, and more stores being licensed to sell. looking at CGC, ACB, and CRON, charts have bottomed out and were starting to see a reversal being charted. this is a year hold, and i wont be suprised if we start seeing price action movement soon...

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Meh. Well whatever, my portfolio is pretty heavy on stuff without market correlation anyway because of last month's turbulence.

>> No.16930829

You need to differentiate between largecap pharma and microcap biotechs

>> No.16930838

First understand that the main pharmaceutical companies (market caps in the tens or hundreds of billions) are massive with many, many products. Those are generally seen as good and stable investments, but without the possibility of making huge gains very quickly.

in terms of looking at smaller companies (market cap 2billion or less) my advice would be:
try and establish if the management is good
get a basic understanding of the sector
look to trade from overreactions to news

An example from last year was Recro Pharma. The FDA had some minor negative thing and the stock absolutely tanked super hard. But it obviously wasn't even that bad of news from the FDA, so we all bought and the shares recovered nicely. That didn't take a huge amount of medical knowledge, just a basic understanding of the situation.

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>charts have bottomed out and were starting to see a reversal being charted.
It does appear that way. I'm not quite prepared to re-enter the dude weed at this time but it is as close as it has been to bullish reversal since the start of the bear market. Unfortunately several tickers have earnings coming up soon and that may throw a bucket of cold water on the situation.

>> No.16930860

yeah this flu might just pass over and be gone like all the others.
the point is that you never know

and the behavior of a pandemic outbreak is exponential, it compounds (the same reason the stock market is so great, but on a MUCH much quicker scale).
a month from now we could all be drinking corona light on a beach somewhere, or we could have 100k infected in mainland China and the economy is slowing down rapidly
gotta be ready for both, just a little bit.

>> No.16930877

Nah. Semiconductors and data centers are immune to biohazards. Plenty of undergrads to funnel into STEM and replenish the ranks of the engineering MBA ranks.

>> No.16930891

Simple really. First your company comes up with the drug to treat "whatever". Then they test it out. If it passes these tests (trials) then they submit the findings to the FDA. If the FDA gives it the ok, well your company is rolling in the Green. If your company's drug is to treat something very bad (cancer for ex) then upon good drug trial results or FDA approval Big Pharma may be inclined to offer a shit load of money to buy the company. Shareholders make out like bandits. The company directors/management really come out good. But all this work takes money and time. Which is where a lot of companies fail. They run out of money. The drug trials fail. So its a risk. A very Profitable one though.

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I agree that it is most likely that the flu won't cause a problem. And especially if we were all governed by reason there wouldn't be a huge panic, we could organize and deal with it...

but a little bit of panic can blow up in a biohazard situation really quickly
if normies see a 1k death toll go to 10k in a week they will be losing their little minds and running for shelters. the economy might slow but keep running, butt he market impact will be enormous.

I think that a lot of young people are used to reading about big disease situations in textbooks, or looking at Pandemic through a video game interface, or seeing ebola and flu blow over every couple years. The human element, with almost 8billion people, connected through the internet and globally connected through trade and huge amounts of air travel, things will be very different than what a video game could show you.

>> No.16930940

*butt he = but the

>> No.16930942

First symptoms in Dec 8th, 2019. Identified Dec 31, 2019

If it was a "everyone gonna die" there would be hundreds dead right now. It's a town of 13 million.

1500 cases is low spread

>> No.16930952

>just position yourself so that you make money regardless of the outcome!

Way too early to know anything.
But china’s management of the pig situation has me seriously questioning the info coming out, and makes me think there’s a real chance it could spread rapidly. But it all depends on how contagious it is. So it’s way too early to say.

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rate of infection and wide spread infection is much more important than rate of death
if we go another 72 hours with no new cases appearing outside of CN/KR, then great.

>> No.16930969

They estimate the spread rate is low. No travel bans yet.

Family members of one of the infected didn't have the infection upon testing.

If it was flu-like spread it'd be way worse right now. It's probably very close contact only.

That said it might be weeks till in the clear.

Probabilisticly this is low chance to be a disaster plague.

>> No.16930981

A Chinese health official said today that 14 healthcare workers have been infected with the Wuhan-linked novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), bolstering evidence of human-to-human spread and spurring new questions about virus circulation against a backdrop of other winter respiratory illnesses.

The health worker infection is iffy. No idea if it's just retardation among the workers or if it's airborne

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Shiiiiiit this is a big “buy BABA” signal innit?

>> No.16931007

How can I long Madagascar?

>> No.16931012

I would like cheapies on BABA and Bili.

>> No.16931022

I think cheapies are obsolete.

>> No.16931023

Professor Xu Shuchang, Chair Professor of Respiratory Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, said that it is not surprising that medical staff are infected because of the narrow space in the hospital, high-risk treatment for medical staff, or insufficient protective equipment to be infected.

>not indicative of spreading easily

>> No.16931035

>everything is fine in China, says local official
Uhhhhh yeah that tells me very little

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are they going to move all the infected to a bigger hospital, or keep them in the same cramped, damp clinic and keep sending in fresh workers to get infected?

>> No.16931045

Based pandemic (pandemic 2?) player

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thank you for the reply btw :)

>> No.16931054


It’s the first reported case of someone outside China being infected with the novel virus, which has captured international attention because of similarities with the one that sparked Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS, 17 years ago. Unlike SARS, which killed almost 800 people, the new virus doesn’t appear to spread easily between people.

“I’d like to ask the public not to be alarmed,” Anutin Charnvirakul, Thailand’s deputy premier and health minister, said in the statement. “The detection of the patient shows that we have an efficient system of surveillance. We’re confident that we can control the situation.”...

>> No.16931056

If you think this is actually a breakout, then put your skin in the game and 300x leverage USD/CNY on FOREX, you won't pussy bitch; just sit on your faggot chair and overreact to news.

>> No.16931066

why does trump look like he's coming on to xi jinping but xinnie isn't into it/is disgusted by it? but trump is really confident and aggressive, but that just causes ping pong to cringe away harder? but of course trump just doubles down on the sexual tension.

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>going in heavy on manipulated currencies at a time like this
I don't really think that is the correct choice

they definitely have a little bit of chemistry together
many other world leaders were VERY angry when they saw that picture, because they all want to be part of the big boy bromance. Putin has been trying very hard to beef up Russia behind the scenes since he was shown that picture.

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Look I will be honest. I am not smart enough for /biz/. I don't know enough to invest in things and I know I don't have the energy to be a daytrader. However, Interest rates are trash right now and I want my that is sitting in the bank to start making me more money. I read the Intelligent Investor, and I want somewhere for about 5k of my money to sit. Was hoping for high dividends so I can have some spending money for now on hand and I dont have to sell stock, now mutual funds are actively and more aggressively managed, I read, than indexes, now any recommendations, and how do I properly research mutual funds.

>> No.16931112

If it's an outbreak on that scale it will get to every country on earth. We can't currently contain something that spread like the flu. It'd already be too late.

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Only 4 hours until Greece and Egypt opens

>> No.16931138

It is not a fku and doesn't have the infectivity of flu, at least for now

>> No.16931161

A three day weekend is that rough for you huh?

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>> No.16931243
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personifying and caring about animals is a western thing
the chinks think that we are the weird ones
I think the nips tend to be a little more humane than the chinks, but the do have the hateboner for Whales...
I think in the US we eat like 9 billion chickens per year.... you can see videos online of them going into machinery alive and getting crushed and ground up if you're into that...

>> No.16931281

Im a little on edge, I have an interview at a Puppy Mill tommrow

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I hope you aren't giving up on the NEET life
don't do it! live out your jobless dreams!

but if you do get the jobbo, work really hard so that you can move up to the Panda industry

>> No.16931324

Wow this job market is incredible. Even pulling you out of retirement!

You’ll be good at that

>> No.16931328

Dog breeding is animal abuse and should be outlawed.

>> No.16931385

Shitposting is Hiroshi abuse and should be outlawed.

Buy Tyson Foods

>> No.16931457

I hope soon ONTX will be like NVAX. NVAX went from 3.74 to 6.10. A 2.36 dollar increase. So 0.42 + 2.36 would be 2.78 a share. $33,665.80 profit. All it takes is good news to drop and it'll spike like mad. They're on the brink. Phase 3. partnership deals in place ready to roll. Everything is lined up ready to fly. I'm waiting for the glorious news.. Profit awaits. Meanwhile I go to work and cope and try to get through the day as fast as I can doing as little as possible.

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yeah been getting pretty bored around here

theyre super underground matriarchy, and no website anymore. Its probably going to be a total slaughterfest

>> No.16931726

You’re bored of us? At the beginning of the greatest secular bull market in history?

>> No.16931733

is 1% a day realistic? what about for noobs?

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finna bust in, are these still good pics for some broad shit?
Can:t remember how long ago I saved this, is it stil relevant?

>> No.16931866

It is not realistic for anyone to get 1% or more, every day, for 200 consecutive sessions.

>> No.16931918

What do you think about PALL? Looks like it busted well out of the band, but it’s really steepened so I’m not sure how big the segments should be...

>> No.16931924

1% a day is you gonna be a billionaire territory

>> No.16932091
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This is going to be the last big chance to buy SPY at a deal for most of this year. I’m liquidating everything, maxing margin and going all in.

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theres nothing left for me to do. Ive reached maximum smug at 3300 and no longer care about beating already years dead beartards

yes this is 2 segments above. Commodities, they go up, they go down. A short lasting max 45 days isnt a bad idea, a retracement to 2250 is probable

>> No.16932139

>leaving reason at the door and humanity behind
Wishing you the best fren

>> No.16932208

Im just going to watch my SPY Calls continue to climb.

>> No.16932217

>Hong Kong HSI dropped 2.5% (700 points) by now today as the Wuhan outbreak continues to develop and Moody lowered the rating of Hong Kong

>> No.16932267

Greta and Trump to speak soon

asian freakout and overreaction

>> No.16932327

Woo lad I fundraise for the Humane Society Of The United States, I literally get people's hard earned shekels on a daily basis talking about shutting puppy mills down

Dying industry

>> No.16932334

Moody’s downgrade isn’t nothing
after the IMF global downgrade too

CNBC just said they’re going to have Carrie Lam on? Yeah I’m thinking this might be a big deal. Moody’s said they had no plan to handle the protests, she’s probably going to try to make the case that it’s all under control.

Very very tempting!
Ooooo I want to do it so bad! But commodities trade overnight and all and there’s no puts/calls so it’d have to be a naked trade.

Did you mean 220? 225?
Or are you talking about commodities futures?

>> No.16932388

Im referencing the the Palladium CFD which is currently at 2513. The cash contract is 2283, so you have to adjust to 2150 target for the cash contract. And from that you can do the math for Pall target

>> No.16932451

Thanja for the help
CFDs again... commodities are weird. Will have to look back into those.

Not sure where 2150 came from.

>> No.16932690

>Moody’s said they had no plan to handle the protests, she’s probably going to try to make the case that it’s all under control.
This is the Hong Kong government official response: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202001/21/P2020012100006.htm
>Although Hong Kong has faced the most severe social unrest since its return to the Motherland in the past seven months or so, the HKSAR Government, with the staunch support of the Central Government, has firmly upheld the 'one country, two systems' principle and handled the situation in accordance with the law to curb violence on its own to restore social order as soon as possible.
It basically echoed Moody's concern

>> No.16932707

Yeah... that doesn’t sound like a plan. Basically “everything’s fine and we’re not going to change anything and oh we’ll use any protestor violence as justification to crack the fuck down.

>> No.16932735

>Actually, quite a number of social issues that Hong Kong is facing, including wealth inequality, an ageing population and high home prices as mentioned by Moody's ...
if these are reasons mentioned in Moody's report to downgrade Hong Kong then I would say they are also being affected by CNGov and HKGov's propaganda. While it is true that Hong Kong have these social problems and the government have no effective measures against them, they are not new nor unique and isn't the cause of recent social unrest. The CNGov and HKGov are trying to attribute the cause of the protest to social problems as they don't want to deal with those political demands from the public, as iy would be against their authoritarian rules and weaken their power, so they have been trying to paint another picture (especially through media like SCMP) that HK people are on the street because they are dissatisfied with their society and gained too less from it thus being motivated by evil foreign power to protest against the government with the aim of weakening the government's power and thus the country's national power. Such description fit the nominal ideology of the communist party where social difficulty are caused by evil capitalist, the nationalism ideology of China nowadays where all bad things happening to the country right now from trade war to nCoV to HK protest to swine flu and many other things are western power secret plot to destroy China so China must stay strong united and suppress all unharmonious voice for the country to overcome challenges, and it also fit the goal of the party to gain more control in the city as the current structure of Hong Kong political system and society only gave them indirect access in most cases, when they claim the free capitalist society system is the cause of HK's problem they can push the society to reform in a way that make it less free and less capitalist and give the party more control and punish those who don't follow their idea.

>> No.16932745

>The persistent social unrest reflects that there are deep-seated problems in society in Hong Kong, ...
It shows that HKGov is still tring to cover the political crisis with social welfare problem and thought they can make people stop caring about politics/freedom/justice as long as they gained enough money from the society, when the real problem is how Hong Kong government response to political demand of people in Hong Kong.
>The HKSAR Government has been proactively handling the above-mentioned social issues over the years. On improving people's livelihoods, the current-term Government announced in the Chief Executive's Policy Addresses in 2017, 2018 ad 2019 a series of initiatives to help the underprivileged, including various social security schemes with cash allowances and welfare services for people in need. ...
This is pretty self explanatory why these measures are useless. If those old policies were effective then we won't be seeing what we are seeing now.

>> No.16932760

recession begins now

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>> No.16932793

Wait for FOMC. If Powell is hawkish, as I honk he might be, that means interest rates are being raised to stave off a recession in the near term and markets will have a bloodbath. Inflation+ low unemployment historically means raising interest rates. If dovish, inflation will continue to increase in growth while unemployment rises and equities will most likely continue to run amok. We have a lose-lose situation.

>> No.16932803

interest rates are being raised to stave off a recession in the near term


>> No.16932807

Then we’ve still got several months of stock market gains
Hey thanks for explaining and sharing your perspective. It’s very interesting.
>It shows that HKGov is still tring to cover the political crisis with social welfare problem and thought they can make people stop caring about politics/freedom/justice as long as they gained enough money from the society, when the real problem is how Hong Kong government response to political demand of people in Hong Kong.
Hmm. Maybe they think if they keep it up for a generation, there will be no one left who remembers a time when they had those freedoms. Or they think it’ll fizzle out like the US Occupy Wall Street protests did after a few years.
From what I hear, the mainlanders don’t really care about these things. They don’t care about the trade war either. They just care that they have jobs and can put dinner on the table. That population sounds much easier to control.

>> No.16932812

conditioned not to think about Gov

>> No.16932831

They need inflation. It's a requirement. Economy goes kaput without 2% inflation.

Only way to satisfy pensions and everything else is to inflate the currency. There is no way they want anything but 2%+ inflation during baby boomer retirement years

>> No.16932841

Most likely Powell does not raise on the first meeting on the year (keep same). In the last meeting the inflation rate was low still. They're aiming for 2%. As for hiking rates to create space to cut later, that was the 2018 approach, is created way more volatility than expected, cut three of the four of those hikes in 2019. Fed should still be in a wait and see mode at this time.

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This image from HSBC Hong Kong office today probably contrinuted to investment decision of some, although they clarified this was just for a confirmed case of influenza.
Occupy Wall Street was just a movement organized by irrelevant leftists? Although it can also be argued that the raise of politicians like Sanders can be traced back to the movement.
If you want to compare their tactics with anything, then it is probably closer to post-Tiananmen-incident China. The economic growth and rapid improve in quality of life in China in 1990s and 2000s have made people accustomed to all part of the society of the time including the party's rule and many of them see it as part of the package deal where they gave up political freedom and in exchange allowed the party to bring in rapid economic development, and that's where they learn not to attempt challenging what they see as cannot be challenged and focus on what one can improve for oneself. But yhat formula cannot be copied to an affluent group.of population.

>> No.16932938

anyone up all night?

Too juiced for tomorrow's market to sleep

>> No.16932939

>Occupy Wall Street was just a movement organized by irrelevant leftists?
Sort of... it wasn’t organized by anyone which was kind of the problem. They had no leaders, they were just angry at finance for crashing the economy after everything blew up, and angry at banks for their role and then getting bailed out by the government. Sanders was around long before then, but I’m sure he got a lot more popular during those times after the financial crisis.

That’s an interesting point. CCP will probably be careful about letting the population get too wealthy. Otherwise they might get big ideas.

>> No.16932998

greta live


>> No.16933007

kek this is so manufactured, fucking scripted

>> No.16933014

Newfag here, at least on this board, is /biz/ just a place to shill out bitcoins or do we actually talk stocks and investments here?

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you have arrived in the stocks thread so...

>> No.16933022

It’s a speech... and she’s an autist.
Did you expect an MLK level delivery?

Go to sleep lad.

>> No.16933023

what stocks do you wanna talk about

>> No.16933032

gonna trade premarket

>> No.16933045

Why is SPX future crashing guys

>> No.16933046

outside of SMG, the board is primarily crypto-shilling. Alternatively, you can enjoy one of our other commonly seen communities eg. peepee poopoo, how to i profit from fuck prostitute? and so forth.. Enjoy your stay fren

>> No.16933049

look at asian indexes

>> No.16933061

Half percent. Just reaction to asia being panicky. I thought the Iran thing would have an impact, and it didn't. This I expect to blow over faster than that. Index direction this week will have more to do with all the earnings calls coming up.

>> No.16933068

Even with Schwab that doesn’t start for three and a half hours. Just set a limit order or take a power nap.

I’m going to bed. Pharma better rally tomorrow. Fuck bears.

Because Asia... Hong Kong downgrade and early dramatic reaction to new disease scaring people.

Based and kekkies. I miss the threads with the massage guy. And you forgot about the “buy silver directly from peter schiff! One of his countless predictions looks like it was right!”

I think we get intel and Netflix this week. They could JUST us.

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you can read about 'em

>> No.16933256

It's not a bad pick if the company wasn't such garbage. You also shouldn't care about this. Sell the pump

>> No.16933262

The official number for total infection number of the Wuhan virus in China have been increased to 291, up from 218 yesterday.

>> No.16933280

ppl can do math

tourits from wuhan to international countries vs number of caught cases

It's 1700 ish

>> No.16933324


Thing is SARS was also similar and was contained. So I think this one is containable. Not gonna spread airborne or easily enough. Probably droplet.

who knows tho, bad timing on lunar new years travel though

>> No.16933350

That research said 1700 by 12th.

>> No.16933367

>economic ruse though, right?

Oh my god! that's such a pandemic! wait, let's check how many people the standard flu kills worldwide... hmmm.. it's 291,000 to 646,000 people a year.

but wait! swine flu was scarier! it had something to do with PIGS! also, remember the scary H1N1 acronym! better buy that gel alcohol, goyim!

It was an economic ruse in every aspect. The money made off that scare was unbelievable.

I think it's going to be a buy the dip situation. There's absolutely no correlation in the numbers of the disease to such a huge dump in the asian numbers. Also, I'm all in in chinese tech stonks that have literally nothing to do with the disease and they still took a huge hit. this is just panic selling and a big chance to buy cheapies. I don't know how long it'll last, though.

Remember, up until a couple of years ago we had a major pandemia scare every year around this time (winter). Ebola chan, SARS, swine flu, swine flu the return, SARS the return, etc. It's a huge scheme by big pharma, the numbers cited above by other anons are absolutely ridiculous when compared with other infections, when you scale them to a population as large as china they are not only ridiculous but obviously used for propaganda. Please remember the hong kong uprising IS part of propaganda and trade war, this could easily be part of the same.

There will be widespread fear though and what happened today with asia stonks will spread into the US market. However, I predict a quick recovery.

>> No.16933401

If I recall correctly, the problem with swine flu is that it tends to kill healthy people via cytokine storm. So the victims are of a different skew

Spanish flu also heavily killed young and healthy people

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Anybody buying NatGas?

We're hitting record lows

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I missed buying the CD Projekt Red stock yesterday at Warsaw's opening. Was definitely a good idea, at least to swing, but I was busy and by the time I got home price was too high. Do I buy some today?

>> No.16933487

Never mind, just noticed it bounced back to -0.3%. Not buying, too late

>> No.16933505

Nope this is happening for a reason,trump wants oil and gas lower

>> No.16933516

When the time is right. It's a knife catch at the moment.

>> No.16933529

the spanish flu happened in a different time, sanitation and pharmaceuticals were in very low stages of development back then. The situation can't be compared.

Most swine flu cases were treated the same way as the flu and only the very young and the elderly were at risk of death, to all purposes it was simply a stronger batch of seasonal flu. What it did do, along with the SARS scare, was to introduce the seasonal flu vaccines to be widespread. There are many countries in which those flu vaccinations are now mandatory, making billions for big pharma. Following studies have questioned the actual need and effectivity of said vaccines and even found them to be harmful, yet this was swept under the rug. Sadly, this is all about money. You can profit off this, though. If I had cash available on hand I would go balls deep on tencent for example, it hasn't been that cheap in a while. Same goes for every other big chinese tech.

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How much lower though, we're reaching production costs

Anyways I opened a long at $1.91

>> No.16933572

Yeah, but won't the panic increase over time. Not sure we hit the high point yet.

>> No.16933575

And it just did.

Now Im buying.

>> No.16933590

Taiwan reported one confirm case of Wuhan nCoV. In Mainland China, the disease have also spreaded to Zhejiang province with additiinal cases at Beijing ans Shanghai.

>> No.16933605

that's true. It depends on how much the media pushes this. If we have to judge from past situations, they are just getting started. They're already putting pics of men with anti-radiation suits everywhere.

>> No.16933690 [DELETED] 

New thread


new thread here

>> No.16933702

Gold down
SPx down
Ndx down
DXy down
Oil down
BTC down

>> No.16933786

New thread


new thread here

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I got my Jimmy Waggers baggers but I also have puts on ACB because they're a bunch of nigger retard faggots.

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