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>> No.18119808

Coomercial mortgage collapse soon?

>> No.18119810
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If you've not pulled out of the market yet, why are you on /biz/? The market can't go down further. We're waiting on a relapse in 2 weeks.

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what a time to be a retard

>> No.18119821

ur mum is in contango with my dick

>> No.18119826
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Sell now or you'll get fucked on monday my dudes.

>> No.18119829
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there will be blood

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>mfw I'm stuck in this eternal limbo where I neither make profit nor take giant losses because I'm smart enough to hedge my shorts

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>mfw still holding sqqq
we really need bad news on the weekend

>> No.18119837

I'm out but only because of dumb luck
Could have easily been a TVIX bag holder or an SQQQ bag holder

>> No.18119838
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with this fucking clown market it will probably go up.
bear trap?

>> No.18119839

So I got 1k sitting in my TD account, I should definitely wait till the bloodbath next week to buy right ?

>> No.18119847
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"The raging bull may be branded by the heat of a single red candle"
- Boguda-no-fu, 1518

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Tomorrow we will be crimson.

>> No.18119856
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they get bailed out

harsh but possibly true

Mondaywill be soft red, not hard red
hard red is Tuesday
(complete speculation on my end)
(also I'll hold, who cares lol)

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It’ll crash tomorrow... right? Please God this was everything I had left

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>> No.18119873

imagine holding a financial instrument that doesn't hurt you as time marches on....
there are such financial instruments...

no one ever blew up their account being patient

>> No.18119876

Fuck off to wsb.

>> No.18119877

that's where he got the image from retard

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>> No.18119882

I'm don't browse that garbage shitsite so how would I know? You go back too.

>> No.18119888
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Call it luck or pure intuition, we all sensed this was coming in the second week of Feb. That was the window to pull out. There's nothing anyone can do now.

The best time to buy is starting a week from tomorrow. Gear up. Mark my words.

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I was smart enough to see the crash coming but not smart enough to know when we will go back up again. I think we might be there now though. Maybe we have missed it already but Id say no sensible person bets on a V shape and succeeds at it.
Still, Im not buying so far. I think we should wait for another dip now that selling pressure is mounting. Then we see where we are at and then we can go back in.

Unless it dumps another 30%. Then god have mercy on us all.

>> No.18119947


WE BULL AT LEAST TO 24k DoW. Screencap the historical day and enjoy the enrichment

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nighty night

>> No.18119955
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Anyone got anymore asian qtz with face masks?
>preferably big tiddies but not too goncerned

>> No.18119962

well now that we're defeated and the bottom is past, what's the best stocks to buy for long term gains? I'm too mad about my worthless puts to deal with options anymore

>> No.18119971

All of them. No, I'm not joking.

>> No.18119973

Market's practically on life support

>> No.18119986

>マスク 巨乳

>> No.18119988


I have two words for you. Federal Intervention.

>> No.18120011
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>we all sensed this was coming in the second week of Feb.
checked, but wrong.
if you didn't see "Unknown Chinese virus loose, spreading rapidly - health officials scared" in fucking December or January, then you need to buy an extra monitor dedicated solely for the news.
When China reports an 'unknown virus' next time, you listen.

>> No.18120012

Based Charlie munger poster

>> No.18120018

I'd love to tell myself it was some animal instinct but basically I bought TVIX, it crabbed, day progressed it still wasn't swinging up so I got out
Then it went even lower after I'd sold

I didn't have any well reasoned thesis I just stepped out of the Chinese elevator onto land as the brakes gave way and I watched $800 TVIX anons go crashing down to 250 like one of those Chinese tragedy webms

>> No.18120024
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Do I convert my shorts into longs? This pumping every fucking day is god damn retarded. I might as well steal some taxpayer money.

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You cant solve systematic problems with BRRRR though.
At some point you gotta face the fact that something is wrong and the system can not be sustained. Are we there yet? I dont think so. Will we get there if everyone pretends its all fine after those unemployment reports and a two month long lock down? Definitely

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green day confirmed

>> No.18120066

yeah we’re fucking doomed...my friend works at a hospital and he said for anyone 75 or older, they’re requiring the family sign a DNR before treatment

>> No.18120068

this is true, unfortunately there is a shortage of ventilators as well.


>> No.18120070

The US has no lock down so far, right?

>> No.18120072

You liked my thread earlier, didn't you?

>> No.18120073
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checked as well. liquidity in market evolves with growing stigma of an upcoming "significant" setback to economy. you can't predict pandemic to travel across the world when WHO nullifies them on January 14th and then goes back on their word 2 weeks later.

I will say this again, if you predicted the current state in Dec, good for you. Jan? Good for you. Early Feb? Ehhh okay acceptable. If you're however acting on news from mainstream media, you've already lost the battle.

>> No.18120075

Yeah I’m thinking this is bullish

>> No.18120078

>Some patients will be extremely sick and very unlikely to survive their illness even with critical treatment. Treating these patients would take away resources for patients who might survive.
Harsh but true.

>> No.18120086

>record unemployment numbrs
>all the unemployed will just die off from pneumonia anyway

The problem takes care of itself.

>> No.18120094

Not at the federal level, but many states and cities have initiated their own lockdown measures.

>> No.18120098

Been thinking about buying a Nintendo Switch and the new Animal Crossing instead of investing some of my money.

>> No.18120112

Its per state
We have a lockdown in Idaho only just now when we really needed it two weeks ago
Now we have like 90+ confirmed cases

>> No.18120114

>the market cares if you live or die

>> No.18120124

Go for it, it's all fucked anyways. Might as well have fun.

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Well said. At the end of the day, thinking ahead of the curve <<<<<<< emulating future buyer sentiment while predicting market confidence dependencies on relief measures. Remember, it's not about numbers. It never was.

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It's all priced in anon. Sheep will say that human life is priceless, but us wolves worked out the dollar value on that long ago

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Well I did it anons, I set up the sell orders and I'll buy longs once they go through.

Go ahead and stock up on SQQQ and get ready for triple breaker day! I can't wait!

>> No.18120140

there still is a small chance
patient in germany was in critical condition for 4 weeks, he pulled trough
trump fucked up not preparing for this

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Yeah but it's working out great so far. I'm thinking it's starting to trail off what about you? We should be getting back to work soon, it's only the common cold anyway heh.

>> No.18120143

The only thing I have left is NGT, I may sell tomorrow, but I’m pretty sure it will
get pumped the minute the market goes back to red.

>> No.18120156

nvda trader here

good luck finding a switch tell me if you see one.

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'e bought?

>> No.18120170

are you going to repurchase in the morning?

>> No.18120177
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>pulled out of the market yet
>The market can't go down further
Then why would you be out of the market?

>> No.18120179

Not the same. Titties are best when I don't expect them.

>> No.18120192

Do it m8, I've been playing every day since launch. Helps me unwind after a long day of REEEEing at charts.

>> No.18120196

My problem is that the market is so manipulated right now that buying sentiment and confidence have nothing to do with the stocks anymore. I mean even before that it wasnt but we reached a new level here. A level where reality is completely disconnected from the stocks.

Some companies are literally going bankrupt right now and their shares rise.

>> No.18120220

I thought MSFT would be immune to virus concerns but sold in early Feb after the JEDI injunction
I had already made 25%, knew it was over bought, thought JEDI + the new M&A shit and thought those might be enough to make the market pick a different flight to safety
Instead the bottom fell out on the whole market not long after I sold

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Yeah, there is absolutely no excuse for the level of ineptitude and blatant incompetence shown by elected officials in virtually every level of government throughout the country. It is an absolute joke that America could find itself in this position, and I hope every elected official in Washington ends up in a mass grave on the National Mall. If our Fourth Rome burns, I hope that they are fuel for the fire.

>> No.18120225

Tachyon internet layer also manages the establishing, persisting and aborting of connections.

>> No.18120227

I love facemask qts. post some?

>> No.18120231

In defense of part of the pump, really good companies were at bargain basement prices on Monday, companies that are going to be just fine.

>> No.18120236

The official Nintendo store is sold out of all stock, including the refurbished model that was on sale just a couple of days ago. It’s not much better at other providers, either, which has filled social media with fan frustration.

Most of Amazon’s stock, from the standard model to the Switch Lite, aren’t available. Third-party Amazon sellers have stock, but you can expect to pay up to $100 more than the retail price, depending on the model, and many of them aren’t available with memory cards.

Best Buy’s listings vary; some are out of stock, others can only be found in curbside store pickup, though locations may be cleaned out. (In New York, for example, Best Buy’s website says it cannot find anything near me within 250 miles!) Many listings on eBay, meanwhile, are up for nearly double the Nintendo Switch’s base price.
NVIDIA's Tegra revenue rose from $1.53 billion in fiscal 2018 to $1.54 billion in 2019. But in the first half of fiscal 2020 (which started on Jan. 30 and ended on July 28), its Tegra revenue fell 26% annually to $673 million, mainly due to lower SoC sales for the Switch.Nov 12, 2019

>> No.18120249

That's very true. Part of the reason why I'm adjusting my portfolio waiting for the dust to settle. My insider sources are predicting a bounceback period of 6 months. For the moment, every one in my circle (including me) are sticking to our "safeties"

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I bought MRNA 20x at a steal but I'm still mad about my shorts being fucked.

>> No.18120253

>Some companies are literally going bankrupt right now and their shares rise.

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>> No.18120266

Fucking Boeing and RCL.

Boeing atleast is a hefty military contractor, but RCL had no fucking right to go up.

>> No.18120267

I honestly regret not buying Mastercard on monday.

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fuck yah senpai

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why are people hoarding switches?

>> No.18120273

Meaning we'll be back at January levels in six months, or we'll just be out of the recession?

>> No.18120279

Will it go to 0 like GM?

>> No.18120280


>> No.18120282

Firesale. Its gotta be burned down completely.

>> No.18120284
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Anon... you didn’t actually FOMO into buying today... did you?

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I only have this one. I bet it's one of your posts though

>> No.18120294

Nintendium is the apocalypse resource. Why not as sturdy as it's early predecessors, the Switch has small quantities used in its creation

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>> No.18120298

Problem is I have 0 capitol til I get investors on my site or i'd short everything on earth.

>> No.18120306

I'm really skeptical about tech companies for the same reason. The variance is too high and while what you experienced is a common occurrence it is bound to happen. Word of advice from a friend of mine who works wall st.? Start doing your homework on companies heading bankruptcy which makes them ripe for acquisitions down the road. Also, pharmaceuticals :) fortune favors the bold.

>> No.18120307

Yep I bought a few calls. They went down in value....

>> No.18120310

It's very based boi stuff though. Helps Nvidia with tegra sales

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In times like these it's nice to be comfy

>> No.18120330

Haha Oh anon! let's get back to the pre-feb market before collectively dreaming about the 'out of recession' scenerio. It's a long way...

>> No.18120335

The God damned wire that runs horizontally across your face is there so you can shape the mask to your nose and cheeks.
Take note anons if you wear a mask, don't do it like this idiot. Also, plain paper masks filter large molecules for about 5 minutes. After that you are breathing through a mesh that has a higher concentration of contaminants than air does due to the merit that all the large molecules the mask caught are still fuckin there, and probably aren't held that tightly in place. N95 masks have the same shortcoming. After someone coofs on you, or you're in an elevator, traincar or just around a sick person the mask is soiled and is not guaranteed to stop you from breathing little coof droplets.
And, just wearing a mask while not covering your eyes is pretty much pointless. Get a UN/NATO/Israeli surplus gas mask and cbrn filters if you want to prance around during a pandemic.

>> No.18120337

Dave and Busters confused me too. It's more than doubled in price over the past week. Literally fucking why? We're not talking about fucking JNJ here, it's some bullshit gimmicky arcade company.

>> No.18120341

>Needed things to tank yesterday because of my puts
>Everything skyrocketed
>Now need things to skyrocket for my calls
I have some time since my calls are for 4/17, but I'll be pissed if the market flip flops just to spite me

>> No.18120348

That one stumped me too, of all companies why that one?

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>tfw didn't buy the dip like a retard because muh japanese recession
>bought back in on todays massive pump like a retard
DCA'ed down my NTDOY stack a little tiny bit, but I feel like suuuuuch a dumbass.

It didn't actually even MATTER if they had manufacturing delays from the chinks, enough people have the hardware to download the game from home! UGH.

And I guess they're making bank off of Pokemon Go! now that they made some changes to make it playable from home for social distancing purposes. People are dropping dollars on microtransactions.

I suspect that algos may "know" a thing or two about playing human emotion, but which stocks are you complaining about rising while nearly going bankrupt?

Whenever I hear that, it's always about stocks that dumped like 80% before rallying 20%. Like stocks should alway move in straight lines, and shorts would rather bet on the stock going to 0 than taking profits.


It dropped from $135 to $25 in TWO MONTHS
You're saying the market is manipulated because it bounced to $40?

Fuck you.
Get out.

cumfy if true

>> No.18120357

hedge it

>> No.18120358

I'll be honest: I bought stocks in intelsat and Mitsubishi because even during the whole thing their stock prices didn't fall by much and did not spike with the markets. I consider those safe slow growth stocks

>> No.18120360

It's not to protect yourself, it's to not infect others in the case that you might have contracted something. The mask is a courtesy to others, because it stops your aspirations and spittle from reaching others; a system based around blocking your own germ output only really benefits the wearer of the mask if they can expect most of their neighbors to wear masks too, and in countries like China that's often the case

>> No.18120365

I got some kn95 masks from family. Trying to conserve them by using it for the day, then using hand sanitzier to remove it before storing it in a new plastic bag. I don't have anything for my eyes besides sun glasses

>> No.18120366

That's a tragedy averted

>> No.18120375

>You're saying the market is manipulated because it bounced to $40?
...Yes? Why else would you get such a huge jump on a company under a gigantic uncertainty you fucking moron? Especially after Trump talked about bailouts for cruise companies.

>> No.18120378


this, making it a social thing for everyone to wear a mask significantly reduces surface contamination. It still spreads but it helps reduce.

>> No.18120379

we're not gonna bail out cruise ships and barcades lol

>> No.18120389

If you're blowing 5 fucking trillion on bullshit you might as well add random bar&grills and fucking cruiselines in.

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Is this a meme? You want us to wear gas masks in public?

>> No.18120393

cruise companies pay like 1% tax and have nill USA employees. Zero point to bailing them out via gov money

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I mean this really is a clown market right now, where stocks don't reflect reality at all
>Boeing has literally shut down production and nearly doubled it's price in 4 days
>Cheesecake factory announced it's not going to be paying rent next month, stocks increase
>AMC loses their ceo and is shut down, stocks increase
>Fucking Dave and Busters stock has tripled in price over a week when there's literally no reason for it
Dave and Busters especially makes no sense at all. We don't know how long this thing will last, and it's a fucking restaurant arcade. If this goes on for several months they have a real possibility of several locations being forced to close, if not declaring bankruptcy altogether.

>> No.18120414

....bailouts would cause the stock to rise. Plunge protection team. Massively oversold without a correction.
>duhhh big line only go down!
You’re a retard. Please don’t ever post on this general again.

>> No.18120415

Cheesecake factory. Said they couldnt pay their rent and the stock went up 10%.
Boeing. But thats a special case
True. But when the market dumps it takes the rest with it. Even companies that would actually profit from a lock down

>> No.18120420

Boeing didn't have positive news for 3 months straight and its news cycle was filled with nothing but MAX crashes, their contracts are fucking failures, they're producing fucking nothing and they're fucking going up.

And you're saying fed wouldn't bail out cruiselines?

>> No.18120426

I hope masks catch on in the US so people will wear them when they have colds. I know they won't but it would be so fucking nice. I can't count the number of times someone at work or in line at a story has sneezed right next to me and next thing I know I've got a cold

>> No.18120433

Fuck off to wsb already you retarded rat.

>> No.18120434

Anon? Are you drunk?

>> No.18120445

*Wouldn't. That's important. Which makes me wonder how the fuck do you differentiate people being UNABLE to pay rent and everyone ignoring it vs people who don't feel like paying rent anymore and getting on the rent-free bandwagon.

>> No.18120458

>No point in bailing out [X]
True. But senator X,Y and Z have their factories in their states
And senator A and B are related to the CEO and senators 1, 2 and 3 receive "gift packages" every six months

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I swear, sometimes it seems like this shit is just a random number generator and we have just been unwittingly LARPing for fucking years.

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Ok frens where are we on this chart?

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>> No.18120485

The new AC looks fun in a FOTM way but lacking compared to earlier games
And the switch itself, once I saw it in person, looks like a flimsy piece of shit
I hate how their consoles are always last gen ever since the Wii (or maybe earlier but it really showed with the Wii and beyond)
Plus the MP aspect of the new AC seems super shallow especially compared to other MP chore games

>> No.18120489

OMG I've always wanted a tall Asian lady with blue eyes to marry.

>> No.18120491

You essentially can't. Even if they technically had the funds, they could say they need it for stuff like food and bills instead. It's pretty bold of them to try and take advantage of what was meant to keep people living paycheck to paycheck from being evicted.
It really feels like it. Makes it maddening if you're trying options

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Damn nigga that's deep

>> No.18120493

There is really no difference.
If a business CANT pay rent anymore, then they were a shitty business.
If a business doesnt WANT to pay rent then that business is setting itself up for failure. Not paying your bills is just a desperate last ditch attempt in any case. Its like not shipping to customers who paid or refusing to pay for deliveries they got. Even mid term thats a disaster.

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I have no idea tbqhwyf

Well, good night. Its 8:25 am here

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I'm betting were on our way to back to normal. The next peak for the Dow is 25,000 and we will hit it on Tuesday. After that I expect a free fall to 8,000

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Good night

>> No.18120515

I don't even own it and this is dumb as fuck to me.
So some cringelords play it, who the fuck cares? It's the cheapest console around and has the most family friendly contend, with some (I assume) mediocre shooters, fighting games, and pervy weeb shit on the side. You want your kids to have some fun shit to do together? Buy them the cheapest console, a lot of people love it, it's a no-brainer.

trump has been saying it's important to bail out the cruise lines. Carnival is based out of Florida, which is a swing state, and has a business community that's very important to him (I guess?).

I don't think too many people are going to try to stop him just because they don't hire many americans or pay many US taxes. It's a pork barrel, everyone's just focused on making sure their doners get government bucks too.

thank you. I'm honestly disgusted by the idiocy.


Short covering, oversold bounce, and so many have been coming in and asking "hey which cruise line should I buy? I'm sure they'll come back, buy low right?" HOW FUCKING NEW ARE YOU PEOPLE? Shit there's some investors who've been buying it all the way down thinking cruising will never stop. Long term holders "if I liked it up there I like it even more now that it's cheap!" These probably even get thrown into some funds designed for contrarian and value investing.

no dude you're actually a fucking idiot who needs to learn some humility, and that stocks don't go to zero that quickly just because you think they should. If you're that fascinated in oversold bounces, you can look into some mean-reversion strategies that some have used quite profitably.

>> No.18120520

bull trap no doubt about it

>> No.18120521

Whatever dude stay poor lmao. Made 20k off that bounce. It was due for one and you’re a retard if you thought otherwise.
Get rekt

>> No.18120553

i hope we are at bulltrap

>> No.18120554

I saw a feller wearing a painter's respirator walking down the street other day. No gloves though. More people wearing gloves than masks here.

>> No.18120558

nice tomorrow probably pretty red

Next week is going to interesting dynamics at play with increasing deaths in NA and subsequently more epicenter-led spread worldwide (imports from NY, and continued from UE across world)

>> No.18120563

>Wartime triage
>Switch to saving "numbers of years of life" over "number of people"
>Begging/requiring DNR to free up resources.
>All the while the doctors and nurses are getting sick
Green day indeed.

>> No.18120571

it's an in-case notice not in effect yet

>> No.18120574

This refers to new stocks, not the whole economy. Stop being dumb.

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>> No.18120590

I wanna fuck Koko

>> No.18120591

Everything he said is correct
And if you want to say safe ideally you'd wear a space suit (PPPS)

>> No.18120592

It's very interesting the epicurve and death curve of Washington State

>> No.18120601

The interesting part: The successful early warning tests happened against the wills of regulation. AKA it was a rogue flu-research center that begin testing against the law.

This early warning trip up likely is why Washington curve is not like new york.

Very interesting to think about..

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I hope to see one person wearing a dive tank and regulator in public before all this is done.


>> No.18120609

very, very interesting right?


The state’s early detection of coronavirus began with Seattle Flu Study Director Dr. Helen Chu, who is credited with first identifying its presence in Washington.

“She’s a true American hero, [who] actually broke this epidemic identified in Washington state when no one else wanted her to test for the virus,” Harvard Chan School of Public Health epidemiologist Dr. Eric Ding told KIRO Radio’s Gee and Ursula Show. “Without her, this epidemic could have been 10 times worse.”

The Seattle Flu Study had collected nasal swabs from Puget Sound area residents with flu-like symptoms for months. Chu’s initial goal was to rework her lab’s testing to figure out whether coronavirus had arrived in Washington state, in an effort limit its spread as quickly as possible.

That request was denied by the federal government, who argued that because the project was specifically funded for the flu, she couldn’t test for a different virus, even as part of something that Dr. Chu viewed was in the public interest.

>> No.18120615

I'm in love with the ko ko ....

>> No.18120618

“Even after she reported the results, the federal government tried to stop her with a cease and desist,” Ding said.

hmmmmm interesting

>> No.18120627

>thinking Americans will change their ways and learn from disasters
Every year people die to floods forest fires and hurricanes but people don't change how they live they just roll the dice

>> No.18120630

wouldn't be surprised if she is found dead by suicide with multiple gunshot wounds in the back

>> No.18120638

It's just very interesting. Anyway it's very interesting what will happen in NYC over the next few weeks.

>> No.18120640

she's gonna get Li Wenliang'd, but they might wait til after the election

>> No.18120650

If the market is green five days in a row I'm going all in on TVIX and none of you retards can stop me.

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>> No.18120656

It would be very painful

>> No.18120670

this was way back when there weren't any us cases and the government thought there was zero chance it could have an impact beyond starting a panic

>> No.18120680

>and the government thought there was zero chance it could have an impact beyond starting a panic
Even politicians aren't that stupid.

>> No.18120683

Hopefully their good deed goes fully punished

>> No.18120686

we are right now at a slow take off phase with a bit of slight corrections. looking good so far

>> No.18120692

Wearing masks is mostly for the people coughing to prevent the spread of particulate onto everything around them.
You all do know this... right?
Also, the major entry points for this virus is breathing it in. Eye exposure is the least likely entry point.

If you want to go into public stay away from other people multiple feet.
Do NOT touch your face in public at all. Resist all urges.
Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly. Don't just move them around like a retard focus on actually rubbing every surface of your hands.
Wash your popular used devices such as your smart phone. All Hard surfaces you handle frequently should be washed.

The last one gets people. They wipe filth and virus's on their phone during the day, but then wash their hands and think they are clean. Then they handle their phone and their hands are just as dirty as before but they think they are clean. Then proceed to touch their face as everyone naturally does.

>> No.18120696

>Despite the denied request, Chu and her team went ahead and ran the tests for coronavirus anyway starting on Feb. 25

>According to financial disclosure forms, Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.), James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Richard Burr (R-N.C.) each sold hundreds of thousands of dollars in stocks within days of the Senate holding a classified briefing on Jan. 24 with Trump administration officials on the threat of the coronavirus outbreak.

>> No.18120704

I'd like to know what's happening in the homeless population and if they're infecting nonhomeless

>> No.18120710

from what I can see

this strategy was done with very good intentions

I don't fault anyone desu

>> No.18120712

whip just hodl here?

>> No.18120723

Good one

>> No.18120739

I hate that they'll all get away with selling their stock

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Is he right?

>> No.18120743

An alluring move. Tempting

>> No.18120758

>sold calls yesterday
>still bagholding 7/14 puts and SQQQ
should I just kms

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>> No.18120792

Me too. Also that they didn’t do anything to keep Americans from dying, that kind of bugs me.

Curious to see if their finances are managed by a third party and typically they make moves around that time. From the podcasts I had been listening. To at the time, the stock charts the analysts used to use were replaced by maps of China and infection rate graphs. It’s not unreasonable to think some of it was just hiring asset managers with access to the best information, like I’m sure a lot of the big money did.

But still. Some of that was 100% insider trading.

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nah, i've just been saving what i can though in a Corana-Chan folder
haven't seen this though. i'm more of a 'i've saved all and contributed none' kind of guy
thanks <(-_-)>

>> No.18120805

the new AC is better than the previous ones in every single way though

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>> No.18120820

brace yourself for the biggest, fakest, gayest pump to start at 4
like nothing you've seen before

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its just a flu bro spring break wooooooo!

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>> No.18120842

theres a lot of fuckery going on

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>> No.18120861

Give me a couple years and I'll get a study done for you fucks. Here's one of three studies I know of that are relevant https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3591312/
(the Japanese study is a survey of parents of children who had the flu, which is kinda shit science, and the other is the same as this one, just using solid media to measure virus dispersal.)
Read for yourselves and see if you notice anything.
People who are open mouth coughers, people who cough into their hands, etc. Should be forced to wear shock collars until they stop being nasty fucks.
Just wait until the next pandemic isn't the boomer remover. You'll be the envy of all the sick bastards.
And then, once half of the population is dead your compensation has got to go up. Like peasants who lived through the black plague. Gas masks pay for themselves.

>> No.18120908

Fuckery is priced in

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This is how i feel ever time you post these hot sluts


>> No.18120941

Okay here me out
Okay so the market is irrational
So what if we just do something completely retarded,
completely counter intuitive

>> No.18120948

Stocks can't go down anymore because feds would rather pump to hyperinflation rather than let shit tank. Expect nothing but bulls from now onm even if the real value drops.

>> No.18120967

lol fucking faggots it's just a flu

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>> No.18120976

Underage b&

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>> No.18120978

I just bought long, if suddenly DOW crashes I'll fucking kill myself but I'll first bomb the fed.

>> No.18120994

Dogfuckers like you ruined dragon age Morrigan and FFX Lulu SFM

>> No.18121003

buy more toilet rolls

>> No.18121012
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coughed in my hands my whole life, never thought too much about it until all this. Just generally would be very uncomfortable about it if And have the habit of stifling my own sneezes.

Recently encountered someone who coughed down the front of their shirt just like the bottom of this pic. I can't believe this is suggested as a valid method. Would the shirt stop anything except big globs that are then smeared all over your front? Surely you'd be spraying microorganisms everywhere?

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>Eye exposure is the least likely entry point.
wrong. apparently you can get it from anal, according to some gay anon in one of these flood posts. whatever can be ingested or taken in by the human body - taste, smell, feel, sight, and probably even hearing is enough to get caught into your bloodstream.

wherever you can bleed is enough of an entry point for almost any microscopic organism to enter your body.

>> No.18121062

Priced in mate

>> No.18121072

briceb bin

>> No.18121073

It looks like they're sneezing into/under/inside their shirt and on to their skin
Pretty much the jumping on a grenade of sneeze blocks

>> No.18121074

It would stop you from spraying it all over others, and instead onto your shirt. I always either coof into my forearm or shoulder. I'm always disgusted when I see people either make no attempt at all to cover up their sneeze, or just sneeze straight into their fucking hand and then wipe it onto their clothes or something else

>> No.18121075

how is the market looking this morning

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You can be honest with me anon:)

>> No.18121085

Does that include covid braps?

>> No.18121088

what's funny is, I hear someone started to bash some chink wearing a mask because of this flu shit

lmao clown world everyone needs to calm their tits.

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expect red numbers today

>> No.18121100

Fuck women
I love stonks now

>> No.18121103

I'll take dragons, demons and orks splitting japs in half, whatever, but dogfucking is just wrong

>> No.18121107

whats the sauce o that one?

>> No.18121112

Red fluctuating between -4% to -1% and then goes green after the libertarian blocks the bill because clown market.

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>> No.18121125

Early on (January?) CDC said it was inappropriate for civvies to wear a mask in America and that washing your hands was enough

>> No.18121128

gfycat com/drearydangerousalbatross

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alright boys whats the plan for today / tomorrow?

>> No.18121130

ooohhhhh sucking dick is my business, ooohhhhhh can make good money too oooooohhhh *slurp* ooooh

>> No.18121131

>then goes green after the libertarian blocks the bill because clown market.
I'm fully expecting this because fucking clown world. 3.2m unemployment and DOW goes up. What a joke.

>> No.18121134

wow we really do live in a society

>> No.18121135

UK markets trying to shit itself, medias gone schizo stuck between panic and looking forward to recovery

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One more pump I think. I can see next week being shit

>> No.18121145

the money expected for the purchase was already incalculated

>> No.18121165


We need a meme clown to represent this market. we have bobo mumu and snibbety, now we need a honker

>> No.18121167

TVIX pumping SQQQ moving a tiny bit
Could it be that the pricing in was priced in?

>> No.18121176

How cough with mouth closed?

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10/10 bestiality threads rule, sfm or otherwise
that is a good fucking question

>> No.18121190

wouldn't that just be the clownword pepe?

>> No.18121194

surely a shirt would not sufficiently filter the virus from flying through it.

>This retard bear is the same guy
holy shit I'm never going on team bear again.

no critical thinking skills

>> No.18121199

They STILL say so

>> No.18121207

Fuck off to wsb you retarded mongrel.

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Hey kings.
Do you know of a good resource on shorting?
I don't understand options trading at all.

>> No.18121226

Why is DAX down? It makes no sense.

>> No.18121230

Nothing makes sense retard.

>> No.18121239

>shorting anything when Powell's power pump hours are coming up

>> No.18121240

options means you can choose to invest or sell at any point you want. almost everything is an option

>> No.18121247
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What's stopping me from just shorting with a stop loss on 1$?

Isn't this just risk free money? If it dips, I get a big profit, if not, I lose one dollar.

Please explain to a brainlet why everyone doesnt just do this

>> No.18121253

Low volume, atypical traders.

I have SQQQ to sell, and even I'm pretty sure it opens green.

>> No.18121255

Because Jerome doesn't pump the dax

>> No.18121257

Market is going back down to 18k. No bailout deal and dark news out of NYC and Michigan. The only question is when exactly. I know monday will be a big red day, but I don't know about today. I just want to start learning so I can get the timing right for monday morning. Market is going down to 14k when Trump gets the virus.

>> No.18121258

there's nothing stopping you from doing it
the only reason europeans have obstained from doing this in the past is their worship of a fucking kike on a stick
but in the middle ages they let the jews abuse this technique all the time and that's how they got where they are now
but stupid goyim STILL refuse to play it

>> No.18121259

You don't get sick from one virus particle You get sick from billions in a few droplets of saliva
So you're partly right

>> No.18121263

Perfect. I like to represent this whole market as a flying turd with wings.

>> No.18121265

>goes up momentarily for splitsecond
Retard. Do you even use your brain? There's delay and pricing differences too.

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>> No.18121273

might be inappropiate because of masking your identity me thinks.

>> No.18121275

Nothing is fucking going down. Market should have went down on fucking thursday.

>> No.18121279

It's not a 100% measure to stop virus particles, but it's sure as shit better than just sneezing out into the open.
The people who sneeze into their shirt are doing so as a courtesy to others to avoid getting them sick. Be thankful they aren't just sneezing into your face

>> No.18121281

can't really find anything worth buying, guess the dip is gone
what a shit bear market

>> No.18121290

It'll go. The situation is too bleak for it not to go back down to 18k. The only question is when. I'm just gonna put up a few bucks here and there so I can start learning about shorting. Only "good news" on the horizon is the bailout finally going through. They can get another rally out of passing that. And then it's nothing but down after that.

>> No.18121297


Oil, anon. Oil.

>> No.18121299

>It'll go. The situation is too bleak for it not to go back down to 18k
Nigger the fed literally said a few days back that they'll pump and keep pumping no matter what, do not fight the pump, I'm warning you.

I fought the fed and Jerome won.

>> No.18121304

Why would it go down if the fed can keep pumping money into the markets? And do you really think Trump allows the markets to go down? His company and reelections are at stake

>> No.18121307

Can anyone hook me up with the best and quickest uptodate news site / twitter feed?

>> No.18121309

what's the sitch between saudis and russia now?

>> No.18121311

WTF are you faggots doing up, are you all fucking neets go to sleep jesus man

>> No.18121312

does anyone have the other graph that just keeps going down, pink wojaks everywhere, with much gnashing of teeth and screams?

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Hehe. So they're shoveling unlimited USD into a big furnace for the holy market. Yeah nah, that's good for about a week of rally which is what we got. It's a short term trick and is itself proof that we're in deep shit. Market is going down, only question is when. This pandemic is going to last 2 years minimum, and the choices being made are very very bad for America. The bill will come due.

>> No.18121319

Its 10:00 in yuruope

>> No.18121322

Possible US-OPEC deal instead. Still uncertain.

>> No.18121325

They're both waiting for you to buy.

>> No.18121334

US is threatening to santion Saudi Arabia.

>> No.18121336

Same. No news.

>> No.18121341

I am not doubting that USD will turn into zimbabwebuck and that US economy is in the shitter long term. What I'm saying is that trying to buy good stocks bites you in the ass because they don't go up and have low volume compared to retarded turds like Boeing that pump up 10% per day despite being in total financial shitter and on bankruption course.

>> No.18121360

As an aside, I actually don't think that hyperinflation will happen as long as they start using food stamps to Americans instead of cash. As long as supply can cover demand for a given sector of resource, inflation won't happen and America's supply of food is basically infinite with the great plains. But jesus christ our politicians are made every single wrong choice it's possible to make. And that's bound to translate into bad news bears for the bulls.

>> No.18121369

I'm personally waiting for Tesla to dip back down into the 400s and buy one just to sell when it pumps back to 500-700 because elon drops his trousers and shits on live stream to reassure investors.
Seriously, Tesla just fucking goes up and down $50 a day for seemingly no reason

>> No.18121429

>Hopped on SQQQ two days ago at $24
>Thursday unemployment reports should have shot that shit up past $32
>It's friday
What the fuck

>> No.18121442

Some of us have jobs...5AM in the actual world.

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>> No.18121450

Bear markets have notorious rallies. All record rallies happened during bear markets.

Just enjoy the rollercoaster.

>> No.18121467

You mean the fed just can't keep their hands off the fucking printers and let free market be free.

>> No.18121471

The patient, who remains in critical condition in the ICU, has required a ventilator on the highest setting to breathe.

>no symptoms

nice headline

>> No.18121474

even without the fed, the largest gains would always occur within a bear market

>> No.18121482

>Disturbing video shows how COVID-19 ravaged the lungs of a patient who had been asymptomatic just days earlier.

>> No.18121487

HAD no symptoms
Learn to read
>Disturbing video shows how COVID-19 ravaged the lungs of a patient who had been asymptomatic just days earlier.

>> No.18121493

every single such ravaged patient was asymptomatic some days before

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Well obviously the fed's intervention has significantly boosted the markets, but there's been a strong technical case for a rally since last Friday at least. The major indices were all below the monthly bollinger, RSI was incredibly low on the weekly, it's not surprising

>> No.18121509

I'm tempted to buy into SQQQ, but even at $20 right now how high could it even go? It looks like it has a high of $30, and that's only $10 profit each

>> No.18121513

I understand that dipping creates buying pressure, but fed has to fuck off with the 10% gain shit day to day.

>> No.18121522

If you want more than 50% ROI you can't really constrain yourself to ETFs

>> No.18121533

please do not base your decision on buying 3x leveraged ETFs off their charts, you should be trading them based on your opinion of what they track. Remember SQQQ (roughly) replicates the DAILY movement of the nasdaq, performing technical analysis on SQQQ itself is irrelevant. Do not become a trapped short like so many here have in the last week.

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If you have a >1 year horizon, just make an index soup; buy a bit of everything that's more than halved in their 1-3 year high.

>> No.18121553

I agree honestly, I'd be a lot more comfortable buying at these prices if this rally was more orderly. Coming out of this with a one and done v-bottom seems unlikely (though I guess not impossible)

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Dude we've got higher unemployment than in the Great Depression

Stonks aren't going to recover to their highs for 15-20 years. The economy is totally fucked

>> No.18121564

I don't trust the futures.
It's red, but what if it turns out to be green today?

>> No.18121565

Normally you start with a fever, coughing, muscle pain and things gradually get worse. The guy was fine not even realizing he was infected and now he needs a machine to breathe.

>> No.18121570

In relative percentages it is still utterly low numbers and nevertheless the jobs will be back short term anyway

>> No.18121576

It should be red, there's no bailout. It'll pump after the bailout but it should open down at least a little.

>> No.18121582

There are a lot of factors that could lead to much higher prices in equities even with a devastated economy on the ground. High inflation in particular could lead to a rush to buy equities to outpace a falling dollar

>> No.18121583

like the last 3 days? indeed shitty indicators

>> No.18121586

Just put half on amd and half on ivr. Hopefully gains are green, going to bed

>> No.18121589

>it should
Anon I'm fucking warning you if you are trying to guess the market based on "it should" then pull out all your fucking money because the market makes 0 fucking sense this week.

>> No.18121592

If index soup fails then you'll be trying to find the sharpest stick to hunt down your neighbours. I wouldn't stress too much about it.

Again, longer horizons. I'm not looking at this summer even. Virus' effects are only reaching the tip of the supply chain, but that doesn't mean it's not p r i c e d i n.

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>Dude we've got higher unemployment than in the Great Depression

>> No.18121602

the bailout is already priced in

>> No.18121627

>Market went green when I had puts
>Now terrified it will go red on my calls
I'm just thankful my calls go all the way out until the 17th. I've got three, and if they go up a shitload today I'll sell one to get back the initial investment

>> No.18121649

80% of the patients who end up hooked on the machine dont survive
sauce: the talking head doctor in my cunt

>> No.18121655

I mean to be fair during the Great Depression people had """work""" that paid like total dogshit. Not that it's that different from what we have now either.

>> No.18121662

ES is down 2%, red at open for sure.

>> No.18121668

I can't wait for cheap TSLA

>> No.18121672

Never happens. Saudi pumps because US wants them to. Low oil is hurting Iran. Of course it kills off us jobs too but Israel needs iran gone more than america needs jobs. MIGA.

>> No.18121674


prepare for long raping today
jesus fuck sentiment IS AT ITS HIGHEST POINT

>> No.18121692
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Oh shut the fuck up, the solution has always been shut the border, stop immigration, cancel American debt obligations to foreign nations and nuke Beijing. Democrat race pimps teamed up with Republican traitors in the chamber of commerce to destroy the wages and families of the American electorate via third world replacement. They should all swing, not because they are incompetent, but because they are deliberately evil and have betrayed their charges since the 1930s.

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It's over, market reversal on monday.

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Ideal time to short will be immediately after trumpbux get distributed and retards buy-in en masse thinking we're seeing a V-curve for a virus that's not getting solved until September at the earliest.

>> No.18121709

My great grandpa was "employed" during the great depression. He was paid in room and board, which was a shared cot and 2 meals a day + porridge for breakfast.

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>> No.18121731

Based and redpilled. We all know that here but not much we can do.

>> No.18121734

Jesus fucking CHRIST this the most deliberately illegible fucking graph ever

>> No.18121743

One thing we need to consider now is that there are so many jobs that are almost meaningless in the grand scheme of things. We have millions of burger flippers.
I'm very interested to see how restaurants react to seeing that people are still buying their food take out for the same price as they would without a server waiting on them. I won't be surprised if some places start cutting wait staff and go more towards a fast food or cafe style, where they give you a pager and you pick up your food when it's ready, and get refills yourself. Servers are honestly overrated at anything less than high end places

>> No.18121762

The democrats have made it clear that illegal immigration/open borders is the hill they will die on. Even Bernie preaching FREE SHIT was extending all of it to illegal immigrants as well.
They will never admit that illegals are a drain on the economy.

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>> No.18121800

>getting back to work soon
That's what the virus wants. You fools.

>> No.18121808

Illegals are as much a part of US economy as fed pumps are a part of the stock market

>> No.18121813

>Here's how SQQQ can still win

>> No.18121823

The democrat party’s prevailing opinion changes on a dime depending on the opinion of the average retarded woman. They have doubled down on brown town to be sure, but as soon as times get hard women rush behind the back of the nearest strongest man and cower, begging for security. The democrat party WILL become more isolationist and reactionary as women become more scared for their future, or they will perish.

>> No.18121848

Is this shit reliable at all? Can anyone confirm?

>> No.18121852

Most of the fast food places have drive through open only now. Lines are still for miles. People want their burgers. It wont surprise me if they make the full switch to robot burger flippers if this continues on long enough.

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if I read this right next week will be blood red or this thing has no value at all because the vix/gex could not be clearer what will happen right?

>> No.18121872

Yeah , trust me dude.

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I’d like to see Ol’ Jay Powell wriggle his way out of THIS jam!
Ah! Well. Nevertheless,

>> No.18121886

well, its a general sentiment

>> No.18121906

>FTSE down almost 4%

Do you remember when a shift more than 1% in a day was considered unusual

>> No.18121914

so, do we expect a bloodbath ? i have a put of SPY at 200 and a put on Brent at 15 bucks, expiration may

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we expect to be wrong as always

>> No.18121922

I expect it to crab until the exact minute I fall asleep at which point it will crash magnificently.

>> No.18121928

The crypto markets now have much lower volatility than stonks. Let that sink in.

>> No.18121942

Watch how it magically my turns to +5%

>> No.18121943

I know burger flipping robots are either available now or almost available, but I think what's stopping them from becoming mainstream is the upfront cost. People who don't believe in the tech would rather pay employees more money over a long period of time rather than invest a huge chunk of change into robot flippers, and also endure the bad press when they fire almost all of their staff.
There's even self serve ordering at some fast food places. I went into a mcdonalds once and there was a girl who was instructed to get people to order using the touch screen, and when old boomers said they didn't know how to do it she just asked their order and put it in for them.
We're a long way off, but it's sad that workers are being made to train consumers to get used to the machines that will replace them

>> No.18121944

SPY will be below 200 before May though I wouldn't hold to expiry

>> No.18121946

i have also lost all the gains i made with this dump, feels bad breh
what time do you normally fall asleep? just for reference

>> No.18121948

Don’t let futures fool you yet, we need to see more trading volume

>> No.18121954

>only 50% ROI
Greedy little mutt aren't ya

>> No.18121958

its not oil im gambling though, its brent crude, demand is so dead i have no idea what can possibly happen even if saudis and russkies stop the pump,

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actually it is not magic. there is nobody left in the market so it is easy for kikes and the fed to manipulate it how they want.
sadly I realized that too late

>I did not only lose my gains kek

>> No.18121981

>We're a long way off, but it's sad that workers are being made to train consumers to get used to the machines that will replace them
You really want some human touching your food in the back? I dont desu. But yeah your post is correct, boomers dont know how to use touch screens and there are some preventing costs of full robots.

>> No.18121982

Normally it's around 11ET but today should be about 3ET.

>> No.18121988

It's more so that the amount of money I'd be willing to invest is too much for a potential of 50% returns. I'm a poorfag, so I'd only be comfortable putting in maybe $200, which I'd hate to lose

>> No.18121990

can you trade options on any stocks that have risen/fallen dramitcally in a short amount of time? it seems they more often than not retrace, under certain conditions. i've been working on this strategy for a while and i've got it sussed. so for example if a $100mil MC company goes 100% in a day, is it possible to buy puts before the close? or does the market know its more than likely to retrace(and therefore no options available)

>> No.18122007

isn't crude just a kind of oil? I have to admit I never really tried to understand commodities

>> No.18122010

If they were washing their hands and wearing gloves I wouldn't mind, but I know they're not doing that as often as they should be.
And I used to be more sympathetic to fast food workers, but they fuck up my order so often that it's hard to feel for them. I shouldn't have to check my bag to make sure everything is there before I drive home, but it's basically what it's come down to

>> No.18122012

futures show a slowly decline (at least the DOW)
monday is expected to be another drop, or am i not seeing anything...despite jerome printing like there is no tomorrow

>> No.18122019

If you can't afford to lose $400, don't even consider trading stocks or options.

>> No.18122037

>And I used to be more sympathetic to fast food workers, but they fuck up my order so often that it's hard to feel for them.
Thats prettty much where im at right now. Mess up so many times im just annoyed about it now.

>> No.18122050

haha when I'm done here with /biz/ I will remember to fuck up orders randomly

>> No.18122054

I should add, the last fuck up they made was a month or so back I went to mcdonalds to pick up food for my coworkers and I. We were splitting 40 nuggets and some fries.
>guy asks me at the window what kind of sauce I want
>tell him sweet and sour
>on the receipt he gives me it says 8 sweet and sour sauces
>get the order and drive back to work
>they didn't give us a single sauce
>have to drive back because no one wants nuggets without sauce, including me
>they barely say anything and just tell me to come to the window for the sauce
>they hand me a bag of like 10 sauces and without explaining it at all they give me a coupon for one free sandwich
I don't care that much about it, but it's just bizarre to me instead of saying something like "We're sorry for this mistake, please take this coupon" they just wordlessly hand it to me, like they're somehow too proud to say sorry

>> No.18122058

I can afford it, I'd just be feeling like shit after.

>> No.18122066

it was weird watching the asx today go from +2% to -5% throughout the day. cant remember what piece of news affected it though

>> No.18122068

You obviously know near-nothing about automation stop talkin out your ass

>> No.18122076

it behaves a bit differently from wti, it is of course oil but i thought you mentioned the etf "oil"

>> No.18122091

Alright, then go ahead. Your pain tolerance will adjust :^)

>> No.18122099

I expect airlines to panic sell today.

>> No.18122109

Actually it's a bull market now. Sorry bobo

>> No.18122122

pls tell me you are joking

>> No.18122123

>policy is probably to give you a sauce and a coupon. so they are doing their job. as a human they probably hate you because you are one of those entitled people that are complaining about their order every time. just buy your food somewhere else and don't be so fucking annoying to people your fucking faggot

>> No.18122127

priced in

>> No.18122131

priced in

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Ha. Everybody wanna be a investor, nobody wanna hold them heavy-ass bags

>> No.18122153

It's obnoxious because it's honestly not that hard. Someone orders 4 items? Make sure there's 4 items in the bag. It's just bizarre sometimes
>go to taco bell
>order a box meal, and a $1 quesadilla
>get to the window and the kid working it swipes my card, and then hands me it back along with the quesadilla and nothing else
>my box is sitting right in front of him
>he's just giving me the thousand yard stare like he doesn't know why I'm still here
>Tell him the box is mine too
>Takes him a full 5 seconds to register it and hands it to me
>Start to drive off, realize that he also forgot my drink
>Go into the parking lot before I head inside
>See the same kid at the register, decide not to make a scene or anything
>Politely tell him that he forgot to give me the drink at the window
>Again just stares at me wordlessly
>People in the kitchen behind him start yelling out who ordered the iced tea
>Call out and tell them it was mine, kid doesn't say a word as I get it
>Drive home
>See they also forgot sauce
That's the first time I ever called in and complained. Thank god I didn't see him there afterwards, wouldn't surprise me if he was fired.
The technology already exists.

>> No.18122171

>tilted burger flipper doesn't know how to greentext
Lmao'ing my ass off.

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>> No.18122176

Well apparently it almost is since its up 19% from the bottom and a bull market is a 20% gain.

>> No.18122179

This might come as a news flash, but yes, I am entitled to exactly what I paid for. I wasn't even making a big deal out of it, I just told them that they forgot to give me the sauce with my order.
You're making a lot of assumptions here

>> No.18122198

i wouldnt go that much by the book just because we had a 20% pump from fed

>> No.18122207

Stop fucking up people's orders, wagie. I know it's hard being a 85 IQ highschool dropout but try to keep up.

>> No.18122231

I wouldnt either. But it wont be surprising if everyone starts screeching how we are fine and bull again.

>> No.18122332

A generic industrial robot that isn't even vision-guided. Yawn..

>> No.18122454

so an everyday occurence?

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