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>> No.29879468
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the market is dropping
i've lost all my gains
i guess i'll start doing
a lot of cocaine

>> No.29879483

first for OIL

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Post yfw this fucked CLF fag


>> No.29879559

will the recovery be in stuff like oil? wtf is jpow doing?

>> No.29879563

Predict the price of Tesla at 4pm eastern time on Monday

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>> No.29879590

Is that bag I’m currently holding at 62% loss ever going to go to the moon?

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How will you do cocaine if youre poor numbnuts

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after doing some research I think I'm going with Schwab, anyone here with an account have any gripes about it?

>> No.29879609

Favorite monthy divies?

>> No.29879625
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How do you think that cat feels about the raccoon?

>> No.29879631
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Should I keep dating her?

>> No.29879636
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Should i invest 7k worth of margin on GUSH?

>> No.29879644

JPOW is pumping.

Oh wait, you mean a recovery from last week? Implying something of value was lost last week?

>> No.29879652

they don't like to give out options privileges and transactions are slow

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Its how we felt when bears came and took out lunch

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>How do you think that cat feels about the raccoon?
please stop eating my food!

>> No.29879680

At what price would you guys buy TSLA?

>> No.29879684

this shit can accelerate if he's not careful

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>> No.29879695

Was I trippin?

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>> No.29879721

how quickly would you like a phonecall from your female broker?
by flying to colombia like the rest of the white trash

>> No.29879727

300 and with a dividend

>> No.29879738

Under 400 I would consider it. Under 300 I would put my lifes savings into it.

>> No.29879781

Reminder that Burry is batshit insane on his political and socioeconomic takes

>> No.29879794

Will someone buy my bags this week?

>> No.29879804

Is my name Bobby?

>> No.29879807

>Welcome to CocaineKitties! This group was branched off of popular Facebook page Cats on Cocaine.

>JPOW is pumping.
No he isn't

>> No.29879818

Raccoons are such assholes.

>> No.29879830

>the dividend is one pollution credit you can sell to the other automakers

>> No.29879832

Schwab broke up one of my stock sales into multiple transactions and tagged a couple of them as wash sales. It’s probably something that’ll get resolved when I fill out taxes, and other than that, Schwab has been good to me.

>> No.29879867
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what i get from this is.
70% big stock (big and sturdy companies)
20% small stock (up and coming companies)
5% meme stock (the trend of the moment)
5% commodities (hedge for if shit hits the fan)
now off to find a good broker...

>> No.29879902

Fidelity is fine if you are okay wit hthe boomer UI

>> No.29879914

What can accelerate? The sector-based fluctuations?

Not every tingle in your left arm is a heart attack, senpai.

>> No.29879931

He's just not socialized because of Asperger's. If everyone came up with their own unique point of view instead of fitting into the grooves you'd see a lot of very interesting takes. He's not mean spirited at all though but he did spend years watching the housing bubble and the immense damage and suicides it caused.

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Can my wife ever just get up, put on some lingerie and call me into the bedroom? Instead she just lays on the couch next to me in oversized sweatshirt, shirt, slipper socks, sweatpants and fucked up hair.

>> No.29879942

if i buy treasury bills can i sell them back early or am i locked into them?

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>> No.29879948

That fat boomer on jewtube must spend $50 a week on hot dogs for the all of trash pandas that come to his back deck every night.

>> No.29879968

Have you ever left out beer and fast food to bait 'em onto a long driveway around 1am? Then you blast the high beams, freeze 'em, and go at 'em with the bow (can't use shottie or will wake up the rich WASP neighbors)

>> No.29879982

For someone that is capable of doing research and deep dives into shit its just bizarre to me that he falls into the american dream meme trap

>> No.29880005
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I can't be the only one worried about the market right now... right? Anons?

>> No.29880006

Shut the fuck up your whiny little whore. That sounds comfy as fuck you prick. Just suprise coom on her face when she goes to sleep, She'll get the message.

>> No.29880018

If you're asking the Magic Eight Ball don't hold your breath. Modern women are such lazy creatures.

>> No.29880025

Should i wait a few months before investing im commodity and mining etfs? Sounds like the next few months are gonna be bloody

>> No.29880030
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Have you taken the SWEAT pledge yet?

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>> No.29880055

she's a woman you have to tell her what to do

>> No.29880082

Why don't you just initiate sex more aggressively? Women never put effort into their appearance unless they feel certain they are going to feel appreciated (I don't mean that in a whipped way, but that's literally how they think)
Literally just slap her on the ass or grab her hair and tell her you want to fuck and she'll go for it 9/10 times

>> No.29880097
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>> No.29880122

Are my stocks going to crash further within the next week?

>> No.29880138

I think there is a very real chance we will see a period of deflation before inflation kicks in. I would keep an eye on futures and foreign markets, see what is happening there

>> No.29880143
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need to read common stocks and uncommon profits

>> No.29880149

When I can get the vaccine I want the J&J one... single shot FTW! Ducking hate needles kek

>> No.29880151

Buy and hold these in the long run


You'll thank me later.

t. Pennyfag

>> No.29880160
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It's the end times fren.

>> No.29880179

can't, not available in chile.
is etoro decent? if so it may be good for me, if its good enough then i can use it.
as long as its not trash and trying to jew you at every chance they get i guess any broker is fine.

>> No.29880190

We already had deflation. Remember back in March when every commodity took a huge dump? That was deflation.

>> No.29880191

They are so fat and cute kek. Thanks for that

>> No.29880195

Is PLTR a meme stock or a small stock?

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nicotine, valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstacy and alcohol

>> No.29880235

He's a very smart boy that was right one time, and wants to convince the world he's still special.

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>> No.29880247

I wish Mike Rowe would take the pledge. He’s an actor that went to school for theatre that now pretends to be a tradesmen.

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almost made it the whole day without fapping bros but im about to give in. dubs decides what I jerk to, gay or gross shit is disqualified. trying to see some milkers.

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>NASDAQ listing soon
>small market cap
>only costs $7500 per bitcoin
>cheap electricity in Quebec
>south American facility soon, half price electricity compared to quebec
>just secured 40m from US institutional investors
The time to accumulate is now, retard. Don't get shaken out by this dip. Its time to scoop up those cheapies on monday anon!

>> No.29880270

Will DNN go up 20% by EOD Friday?

>> No.29880276

Would it be considered deflation or just panic selling? This is a genuine question on my part...

>> No.29880287

Should i sell my bags

>> No.29880292

Retard just talk to her about it. Tell her you feel like she doesn’t desire you anymore and you’d like it if you guys put more effort into getting each other in the bedroom more often. Tell her you’d like to do romantic shit like light candles and admire how pretty she is in lingerie etc.

Chicks dig that shit.

>> No.29880324

What correction? Am I the only one who was green on Friday?

>> No.29880348
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Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer

>> No.29880352

any ASRT holders?

>> No.29880371

>2- very doubtful

>> No.29880378
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the market isnt even open right now

>> No.29880403
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bobo please leave you've had fun for two weeks..

>> No.29880411

will I be a millionaire by end of week

>> No.29880417
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And yet I bet the janny is still patrolling for off topic posts.

>> No.29880420
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Is SeekingAlpha worth subscribing to?

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I feel bad for those that bought the top, but the market was overvalued as fuck.

>> No.29880428

money never sleeps, apu

you'll understand once you're older

>> No.29880438

Funny cause PLTR is currently 25% of my portfolio... I like to live life dangerously.

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>> No.29880442

>AMRS earnings on Tuesday
Time to load up them puts

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read this as ASMR

>> No.29880471

i'm an expert racist
but i don't even know what this mutt is

>> No.29880479

It seems like it’s going to crash this week, which sucks

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>> No.29880496

Congrats anon

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shut up.

>> No.29880529

Nothing is worth subscribing to if it costs money

>> No.29880539

It's still nice to see unique opinions even if I disagree with them. Devil's advocate is not a bad thing.

>> No.29880554

alright boys GUSH 115c 3/19
looks like we're going to war

>> No.29880555
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you are young, but soon you will learn..

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Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.

>> No.29880576

eat shit too much shit on here has been off topic bad enough we had reddit raids jannies are just tard wrangling at this point

>> No.29880591

I’m a zoomer so yeah I’m right... bobo is gonna fuck me hard isn’t he?

>> No.29880619

Stock market already collapsed, banks were well capitalized, no runs. It was deflation. Primary driver of inflation/deflation is money velocity not QE/money printing. Think of it this way: if you spin a rope with a weight on the end, what impacts the velocity of the weight more, the length of the rope or the angular velocity of the spin? That's the relationship QE and velocity of money have to inflation. QE is like the seed that makes inflation possible but velocity of money multiplies it many times over. Shut down the economy, velocity of money stops, deflation occurs.

>> No.29880634

The janny has been too busy sperging over deer porn in GME threads kek

>> No.29880647
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Of all Oil stocks you can invest in wouldn't GUSH be the best because its an ETF? Don't ETFs make the most money?

>> No.29880651

Kill yourself nigger

>> No.29880666
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wording this post

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>> No.29880679

here you go:

>> No.29880680

No. It's just analyst wannabes.

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no, brother on the contrary. PLTR $50 by the end of March

>> No.29880743

Where is this pic from? Is this Karps wife or something?

>> No.29880752

Use these for any paywall
outline.com/(the full url)

>> No.29880785

Whats the best analyst site? Or is it best to just do it yourself

>> No.29880787

Where'd you hear that numbnuts? Stimi was just approved. Just hold you'll live.

>> No.29880801

SA is basically /smg/ but with unnecessarily large paragraphs and charts instead of bobos and pepes

>> No.29880807

I'm all in JEPI and QYLD

>> No.29880828
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LNG exporter that *may* start construction on it's facility this Summer
can be considered a sort of stealth "green engergy play" as the developing world needs sources of energy that are less dirty than coal, more reliable than renewables, and less weaponizable than green rocks

>> No.29880846

I only take financial advice from people who use bobos and pepes.

>> No.29880855
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just read /smg/ we're earlier to everything and summarize better. SA are wannabes

>> No.29880856

What drivel. I'd say more, but I don't have all day to break it down.

>> No.29880884

based and redpilled

>> No.29880904
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A correction is 10%, sweaty.

>> No.29880937

I found a raccoon trapped in the bottom of my dumpster last summer. I helped her get out and she seemed pretty happy about it. I don't think I could hurt one.

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>> No.29880958

Has anybody ever done simulations based on "taking profit monthly from 3x ETFs that 1x produced, and let the rest compound"

>> No.29880968
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son... you bought stock in a company that "mines" internet coins?

>> No.29880977

What a surprise to the market

>> No.29881014

>stimu was just approved

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>> No.29881084

>Bitcoin goes to 35K tomorrow
>Tesla opens at 550
>Drags entire market down
>people escape into hedge Gamestop
>Gamestop cult snowballs into unstoppable force that cannot be stopped
>GME 2000 a share
>Tesla pulls out ALL 1.5B
>Crypto crashes a full 85% from top

haha you guys still like my doge memes right?

>> No.29881088

>Buffett pulls through your drivethrough and he doesn't even tip

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holy shit do i buy or wait until tomorrow

>> No.29881103

> they only missed earnings by 40%! The sec should refund me!
The absolute state

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Actually I bought stock in companies selling those companies their semiconductors. I'm sure a man of your stature will appreciate the distinction.

>> No.29881105

that's basic portfolio management, one side of your barbell outperforms, you take some profits and re-allocate to the underperforming side

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just so everyone knows, there isn't going to be significant inflation until 2022 or so. enjoy your tqqq and tech stocks in the meantime.

>> No.29881130

WKHS to $25 EOW?

>> No.29881135

tesla's probably selling right now because they still have a profit on their books.
Elon really cares that people don't think he's a dumbass

>> No.29881148

I invite you to go to any other thread

>> No.29881163

how long have you followed crypto? btc could very easily go below $10k

>> No.29881165

unironically it is a surprise that the house passed it
market has only been hearing bad news, or no news about stimulus (whole focus has been on trump impeachment rd 2)
most recent news was that the parliamentarian struck down the minimum wage and how the stimulus was unlikely to happen because of it
market did not expect the stimulus to get passed this soon - very bullish
although the market has known that they wanted to pass it, they didn't think it would actually happen so fast, especially with the last round taking 6+ months to do

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>> No.29881237

Be happy with what you have faggot, i would kill for that.

>> No.29881244

bro the markets are closed..

nah i think the floor is 30k given newfound institutional support

>> No.29881246

don't do this
the only people who do this are huge funds, with specific weightings they need to have
biggest lesson from reminiscences of a stock operator:
>add to your winners, sell your losers
do not sell a stock because it is doing well for you
likewise, do not buy more of a stock that is not doing well for you

>> No.29881253

>implying Elon isn't going to liquidate all of TSLA to buy BTC and then disappear into Mexico

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thank you anon, i listened to the first two chapters but i think ill enjoy reading the rest

>> No.29881261

A better way to spot a correction is when it breaks the bullish trend, which could be more or less than 10%. For example, Apple is currently in a correction after dropping ~18% from its high.. but back in september 2020 when it dropped ~25% it was technically just a pullback because it held the bullish trend. So yeah indices are currently just in a pullback, NQ is super close to enter a correction though after only a 8% drop

>> No.29881267

Will CLF tranny kill himself

>> No.29881272

It just doubled in price on basically no news. Better to get in on these kinds of plays before the pump, not after it's made a big run.

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>unironically it is a surprise that the house passed it

>> No.29881284

Thank you god

>> No.29881293

Remember put all your eggs in one basket
Watch closely
Sell immediately all your shares at the exact bottom

>> No.29881310

Oh shit I’ll miss that CLF shill

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Did we get to cocky crypto miner bro’s

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idgaf what anybody says. Oil is bullish as fuck and our weekend at bernies ass president is going to keep bombing the middle east. Who here is getting blood money?

>> No.29881348

How was it a surprise? Everyone and their mother knew that the house would push through a bill that would provide free gibs to everyone and a 5th of the bill for their failing cities

>> No.29881361

well mr. stock operator went bankrupt twice and killed himself doubling down on winners is doubling down on risk

>> No.29881384

What happens in the Senate?

>> No.29881390

Hope amazon 210p are still cheap on monday

>> No.29881391

it's consolidating
it's the same cycle
make a new all time high, then sell-off and consolidate, creating a new higher floor
institutions are buying
i trust mannarino when he says his connections in big funds are accumulating BTC

>> No.29881392

You know shale production isn't, like, a classified secret, right?

The Saudis know what we can drill and at what price. We just publicly announce a rig count.

>> No.29881396

Horse passed what's the word on the Senate?

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you should've bought racist vaporware retard

>> No.29881420

is crude dropping to $40 or staying at $60?

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>> No.29881422

Seconded. The recent red days have sucked, but it gives you a chance to add to your long positions at a discount.

>> No.29881468

You can cost basis down which is a very valid strat. Ultimately any stock you hold should have a price target to sell unless its an index of some kind. I honestly dont see a reason to hold disney for 30+ years but that might be a hot take.

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The only reason the market hasn't fully entered bear mode is they know that they'll get stimmies ad infinitum. It's priced in along with low interest rates. We know the govt will give money, even if the particulars are unknown. The second the interest rates hit 1.85%, I'm switching from a conservative portfolio of SOXL to an ultraconservative portfolio of SOX.

>> No.29881504

you don't need to double down to add to a position..
seriously, do not do that advice of "well these stocks in my portfolio are doing really well, these ones aren't, therefore I'll sell the ones doing well and buy more of the ones that are not"
instead, sell the ones that are not
it was a surprise that it happened this soon
all focus has been on the impeachment
there has been very little media coverage of the new stimulus - the financial channels / news orgs have not been reporting on it, or when they do report on it it's bearish news (eg. the parliamentarian striking it down)
the market did not expect this round of stimulus to get passed this soon, after we just had the last round less than a month ago
last stimulus took 6+ months to go through
the market did not have enough time to price in this new stimulus = surprise

>> No.29881506

>Some of Livermore's trades, such as taking short positions before the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and just before the Wall Street Crash of 1929, are legendary and have led to his being regarded as the greatest trader who ever lived.
lmao you guys worship a degenerate gambler that had the entire world in his hands and gambled it all away because he was high on his own shit, probably half of his book is exaggerated fiction

>> No.29881513

Wait until it hits at least 10k

>> No.29881550

Just sucked my own dick and blew a load in my mouth, is this bullish for PLTR?

>> No.29881551

I always thought shale was a very specific type of oil and not useful for brent standard crude or whatever. That it had so many sulfures or something so its good for kerosene or diesel.

>> No.29881554

Schumer is gonna go for a lateral around the Parliamentarian.
Joe Manchin will probably wake up with a dead horse in his bed sometime next week.

>> No.29881577

Simple majority passes it, it goes to the house again for approval (because the senate changed it) then Biden signs it. I seriously doubt the house will fight the changes even if they removed the $15 minimum wage part of the bill

>> No.29881579

sell covered calls to lower your cost basis
don't sell a stock that is doing well

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>> No.29881588

Yes. PLTR Chad are gonna make it

>> No.29881589

>Women never put effort into their appearance unless they feel certain they are going to feel appreciated (I don't mean that in a whipped way, but that's literally how they think)

literally this

>> No.29881601

While I wouldn’t put it past him to drag the US into another war, don’t most presidents give the OK for some military action early in their presidency to prove themselves? And likewise, don’t US adversaries always fuck with the new president early on to test their limits?

>> No.29881619
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If the market enters bear mode, is it a good strategy to just HODL while selling calls if you missed your chance to sell?

>> No.29881622

Can confirm 110%...
Don’t ask how I know

>> No.29881641

Yes it took months to go through last time because the fucking senate was controlled by republicans, that's not the case now you dingus

>> No.29881645

Sure as hell not going to $80.

Different refining but it's expensive competition that is slow to come back online and, once it does, pushes down the price regardless.

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>> No.29881655

I understand the makign random strikes with no balance of power is a problem, but responding to being attacked seems fine to me? You can't just say haha ya just attack us for free

>> No.29881656

>1890-1910: Livermore was able to make easy money by taking advantage of the bid–ask spread on inactive stocks with leverage of 100-to-1 at bucket shops.
>1910-1920: Livermore was a stock trader on the New York Stock Exchange, where he went bust over and over again because he used too much leverage.
>1920s: Livermore engaged in market manipulation, charging fees of 25% of the market value of the manipulated stock. This was before the creation of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 1934.
yeah man Reminiscences of a Stock Operator totally isn't a Wall Street mythological circlejerk

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are you serious or retarded

>> No.29881686
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>The second the interest rates hit 1.85%,
So... Never?
Till 2023, at least, rates will stay at almost 0.

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Sounds about right

>> No.29881709

>right one time
he's been right a hell of a lot more than that. you don't go from trading stonks as a hobby to betting hundreds of millions of dollars against investment banks and winning billions by being right "one time".

>> No.29881724

You should sell a stock that is doing well. Thats how you make money. Once its matured and hit a comfortable gain.

>> No.29881735

Last time BTC crashed it dropped over 90%. You think it can't do that again?

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Generally yes, but we have no idea if/when a bear dry spell comes.

>> No.29881742

the market expected stimulus
the market did not expect stimulus within 1 month of the last round
tell me anon, when have you heard the new stimulus talked about by any financial news?
think about the previous round of stimulus, and how much airtime was dedicated to discussing it
how many pumps occurred just due to speculation that it would pass "soon"
this round of stimulus is *nothing* like the previous
there has been zero coverage
the market has not had time to price it in (fully)

>> No.29881752

>leverage of 100-to-1

I think Anon meant, when yields hit 1.85%

>> No.29881782

You wildly underestimate their stupidity
At this point party line voters will back their party regardless of facts. No one is changing thrir mind, it’s just a turnout/# if ballots issue. The dems could put a clause in about eating shit snd sucking off dogs and if the senate didn’t pass it you’d here people at the grocery store saying how mitch hates dogs.

>> No.29881803

You should only sell it when it is no longer doing well
If you would receive larger gains on your capital elsewhere, then you sell it, as it could be doing well somewhere else
If there are no signs that it is not doing well, there is no reason to sell
Only if there is a greater opportunity available

>> No.29881829

>the market did not expect stimulus within 1 month of the last round

>that's not the case now
Market expected rapid action by the Dems

>> No.29881836

Is it a decent strategy to just constantly sell far-out-of-the-money calls perpetually to basically make your own dividends?

>> No.29881849

Right now its bear market for last two weeks. But its hard to say how long it will continue. Literally any day jpow speaks the market drops massively. Just find his speaking schedule when he is providing public reports sell your risky stocks then buy on his speech day dip. Profit

>> No.29881858

There is a LOT of trapped dumb hedgie money and a lot more that wants to dogpile in. Top is NOT in on BTC yet.

>> No.29881883

>the market did not expect stimulus within 1 month of the last round

>> No.29881905

I'm predicting a jump for PLTR Monday and continuing all next week due to this bullshit stimulus news. Volatile newcomer stocks always trade like leveraged velocity shares of the broader market, PLTR is no different. I feel bad for anyone holding puts right now.

>> No.29881918

I didn't say the top is in, just that BTC could dip 90% easily.

>> No.29881936
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Yield is quite weird right now.
On one hand we are overvalued by any measure, except those accounting for low yields. With yields rising it means stocks are getting less attractive again.

But rising yields mean less people buy safe bonds and invest in the economy. Which means we should see money going into the economy and stocks.

On the other hand a growing economy just means that there is a new alternative to "all in on AAPL" and banks can give out loans to actual businesses again and shit.

What a strange world we live in

>> No.29881954

lad.. under $300 it would still be the most highly valued car company in the world over toyota.

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last two times it crashed it settled above the previous runs ATH, the previous ATH was 20k

also this isnt a crash

>> No.29881973

my concept in my head is to lock in the profits of the market as a whole each month, while still maintaining extra leveraged exposure

If my TQQQ/SOXL drop 60%, well who cares because I've been making what the SP500 makes monthly for a while anyways sitting in SPY, and I'm still exposed to these leveraged assets AND buying more every month

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On November 28, 1940, just after 5:30 pm, Livermore fatally shot himself with an Automatic Colt Pistol in the cloakroom of The Sherry-Netherland hotel in Manhattan, where he usually had cocktails.

His son, Jesse Livermore Jr., committed suicide in 1975. His grandson also killed himself.[5]

>> No.29882016

the market has only been hearing:
>republicans wanted to meet with Biden to reduce the bill size
>key provisions were struck down by parliamentarian that would result in gridlock as dems dug their heels in
>Sen. Toomey has been throwing wrenches in the discussion
the market has not been hearing
>new stimulus passing soon!
please anon, make an argument as to why you think the market expected it to happen this soon (with examples)

>> No.29882019

Am igmi?

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Wow! He was just like us!

>> No.29882055
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Times have changed slave nigger and we are back to take revenge on the jews for killing Christ

>> No.29882074

Last bull run BTC went from 20k to 3k. So if BTC peaked at 57k then a similar dip would bring it under 10k. Thats all I'm saying.

>> No.29882075

>inb4 "well the house and senate are both dem controlled!!"

>> No.29882081

Will HMNY return from the grave and make me a millionaire?

>> No.29882082

Im pretty sure thats the gme niggers that refuse to die.

>> No.29882088

Weird shit happened last week. Bond markets seemed to think
>Everything is back to normal, and therefore all the pumping will cause inflation
And then the report came out on Friday, and yields went back to 1.4%. Still a bit high, but it reflects the odd, sector-based slowdown in the economy.

>> No.29882095

How can I successfully coordinate a PnD

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No. You will make the most money with slightly OTM calls usually. Far out OTM for a few cents every month are not that great.
That's not a bear market. A bear market starts when stocks go down 20% from the highs in a bull market. This was just a normal two weeks. Even the cubes dropped like 10% max or so. A normal correction

>> No.29882137

im trying so hard not to cry

>> No.29882141

Unironically they are. Dems vote as a monolith and repubs have 2-5% defectors on any given day.

>> No.29882144

Have your last name end in berg, stein, or wicz.

>> No.29882160

Well they are both dem controlled, and also the senators and congressmen are all bought by the big banks and wall st so the market makers have insider info about Capitol Hill.

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green monday

>> No.29882183

just because the house and senate are controlled. by dems does not mean that the market expected, and fully priced in, another round of stimulus happening within 1 month of the last

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>> No.29882197

>No. You will make the most money with slightly OTM calls usually. Far out OTM for a few cents every month are not that great.
OK thanks for the tip. I'm tired of being a bagholder for free.

>> No.29882218

>the market has not had time to price it in (fully)
Oh so they just had time to price it in a little? Fucking kek'd, go to bed

>> No.29882220

If dubs green monday but bill murray dies

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>> No.29882235

The out-party usually votes as a solid block.

>> No.29882243

Not all dems even in the house voted for this bill
They don’t have trump to run against anymore, the honeymoon is already falling apart

>> No.29882256

Ngl I think musk might be one of my favorite people by how much he makes people seethe.

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yep checked

>> No.29882277

I didn't say they did. But they are Dem controlled and although I didn't expect stimulus this week (and it probably won't pass for a couple weeks anyways) I did expect it soon. I fully expect a big green dildo on Monday and that's why I'm long everything and didn't sell anything last week. I expected something like this. Every time Powell fuds the market Congress and the oligarchs buy up cheapies and then we get an announcement like this on a weekend. Every time.

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>> No.29882281

Good riddance he’s a horrible person

>> No.29882313

W-what would have happemed if you got trips. . .?

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Daily reminder that Republicans have not won the popular vote since 2004.

We have entered permanent Democrat rule. Invest in estrogen chuds

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NASDAQ +7.7% confirmed

>> No.29882346

>price it in a little
Yes. Unironically, yes.
"pricing in" doesn't happen instantly
It blows my mind how people in /smg/ still think that "priced in" is a thing
that people think that the market doesn't react to events occurring
for example, TAN stock (solar ETF)
people began to price in a Biden victory and bid up solar in the lead up to the election
after Biden won, it continued to run up
then why did it go from $70 in November to $100 now?
surely the market should have priced it in and had it at $100, according to your logic
it doesn't work that way dude
priced in does not mean what you think it means
behavior changes to match expectations, but when the event actually occurs, it still causes changes

>> No.29882352

if dubs green monday but you die

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>> No.29882389

The stimulus is probably partially priced in right now. Passage will be a sell-the-news event on a green day.

Any speed bumps, like canceling a vote, would cause a dip as traders tamper expectations.

Don't ask me about min wage and plan B. My best guess is the market would only care if they think it will impact earnings. Different companies would be affected in different ways.

>> No.29882399

>I didn't expect stimulus this week
and neither did the market.. that is all I am saying
I am not saying the market did not expect another round
I am only arguing that it was not expected this soon.

>> No.29882402

Thoughts on GTE?

>> No.29882406

I'm worried about all the degenerates who don't understand fundamentals and are going to see the stimulus as a reason to yolo their entire portfolio back into the market just before the crash

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it's literally over for bobo

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The rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, hoping the share prices would rise further. Speculation thus fueled further rises and created an economic bubble. Because of margin buying, investors stood to lose large sums of money if the market turned down—or even failed to advance quickly enough. The average price to earnings ratio of S&P Composite stocks was 32.6 in September 1929,[35] clearly above historical norms.[36] According to economist John Kenneth Galbraith, this exuberance also resulted in a large number of people placing their savings and money in leverage investment products like Goldman Sachs' "Blue Ridge trust" and "Shenandoah trust". These too crashed in 1929, resulting in losses to banks of $475 billion 2010 dollars ($556.91 billion in 2019).[37]

>> No.29882435

>They don’t have trump to run against anymore
Tell that to Trump

>> No.29882437

Dubs and the stimulus is priced in

>> No.29882457

>The stimulus is probably partially priced in right now.
Yes - the market expected another round, but not this soon. Partially priced in
Surprise event, it passed

>> No.29882469

I think markets mood is ignoring $15 minimum wage. If that happens markets gonna fard and shidd and the jews will claim its a shoah.

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how will the market take the crypto drop?

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>> No.29882494

>just before the crash
You got a catalyst in mind? QAnon shit? The market does not crash without a reason.

>> No.29882496

how much time do you bet we have

>> No.29882501

You're trying to argue with someone who agrees with you by making
statements of literal facts. If this were a black tie event I'd have had no choice but to splash my cocktail in your face by now.

>> No.29882516

$1.9 trillion in stimulus is going to accelerate this crash. This is not bullish news this time fren

>> No.29882519

no correlation, unless you're in coin miners

>> No.29882550

Amazing how 30+ P/E used to be unusual.

>> No.29882563

Biden has a heart attack while on the shitter leaving kabbala harris a woman who can give killary a run for her money in the cuntsicle department.

>> No.29882574

ask tsla :^)

>> No.29882587

>False Equivalence
Description: An argument or claim in which two completely opposing arguments appear to be logically equivalent when in fact they are not. The confusion is often due to one shared characteristic between two or more items of comparison in the argument that is way off in the order of magnitude, oversimplified, or just that important additional factors have been ignored.

>Dems control both House/Senate
>therefore, market expected stimulus to pass within 1 month of the last round
is a fallacy

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Which one is it?!

>> No.29882608

>The rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, hoping the share prices would rise further
Behavioral finance 101


>> No.29882620

market is going to eat it up
>imagine thinking that this is anything but a correction
>imagine being a bear

>> No.29882621

how do i invest in stocks that dont employ woman?

>> No.29882637

Try finding a post where I argued that the market expected stimulus this soon you autistic faggot

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no they weren't

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Kamala is just a neocon. She's not a leftist or anything like that... We're not having another madlad president again unfortunately. Things are slowly going back to normal...

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i don't see how what bitcoin is doing matters to the broad market at all. it hasn't in the past.

>> No.29882692

Anon, I've had 10+ people responding to me in this thread
Forgive me if I didn't check your ID, check all your posts, check everything you said
I have had 9 people (not you) argue that it was fully expected, fully priced in

>> No.29882698

Neolib I mean, though they're pretty similar...

>> No.29882762

People taking profits.

>> No.29882776

Two wings of the same bird kek

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>> No.29882797

change your file names Prick asshole

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>Karps wife
you dumb niggerfaggot

>> No.29882814

wouldn’t we need to reach new ath for it? we’re red for a long time

>> No.29882830

>Kamala is just a neocon.
I wouldn't go that far, but she's certainly not from the liberal wing of the party.

Don't expect any Fox viewer (or Fox refugee) to take your word for it, of course. They have the memory of a goldfish and the attention span of a very skittish and VERY stupid dog.
That sounds better. Yeah, she's neolib.

>> No.29882834

I just got done pointing out that you were arguing with someone who was agreeing with you and then in response you proceed to argue more. You've got the 'tism.

>> No.29882835

yeah 10 year bond yields staying above S&P500 dividend yields.
The more the gov prints and gets itself deeper in debt the higher the treasury yields will become.
Crash within 3 weeks when boomers can sell the dips they bought last year and avoid paying short term capital gains taxes

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>We are maintaining our Action List BUY recommendation; our target declines slightly to $30.00 (from $32.00). We believe that Barrick's share price has under-performed relative to Newmont over the past several months because of its lack of a structured dividend policy and concerns about M&A (to be fair, management is vocal on potential M&A). But we also believe that management's history of value creation and its "conservative and considered" approach will be well served. As Mr. Bristow noted, we believe that Barrick has enough "checks and balances in [its] executive team to go out there and [not] do something stupid".

>> No.29882897

>People taking profits.
So in your mind, the market crashes once a week/month? Do you consider last week a crash?

>> No.29882903

They don't care.

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OK but only because you asked politely...

>> No.29882934

You are as sensitive as a 6 year old girl, anon.
We're having a discussion
>oH nO wE'rE aRgUinG!!!11
My post: >>29882587
is addressing all the people ITT who have been trying to argue in response to this post: >>29882075 that it's as simple as both houses being controlled
don't get your panties in a bunch

>> No.29882939

I think anon means people taking profits from the market bottom of last year.
see my last post

>> No.29882949

>He didn't buy the TSLA dip
Remember TSLA always goes back up

>> No.29882954

>Crash within 3 weeks when boomers can sell the dips they bought last year and avoid paying short term capital gains taxes
Exactly why I'm strongly considering getting out of the market before then even though most of my account is stuff I've held for 10 months straight since the crash for long term cap. I'm becoming deebly goncerned that too many others are in the same boat. Which sucks because I would have actively traded all year and made a lot more than my measley triple had I traded actively. But I fear the long term cap gains profit takers.

>> No.29882957

>we believe that Barrick has enough "checks and balances in [its] executive team to go out there and [not] do something stupid".
Not exactly glowing praise

>> No.29882967

Too powerful

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We're going to hit two circuit breakers on Monday aren't we?

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No. see:


>> No.29882994

You're a giant autistic faggot and I regret that we agree on anything.

>> No.29882995

Isn't Uranium and rare earths where the action is now, not Gold and Silver (the Boomer couple?)

>The more the gov prints and gets itself deeper in debt the higher the treasury yields will become.
Not if JPOW uses his YCC block move

>Crash within 3 weeks when boomers can sell the dips they bought last year and avoid paying short term capital gains taxes
"crash" seems dramatic. Maybe a 10% correction

>> No.29882996

you wish

>> No.29883016

Yeah. On the way up.

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>> No.29883081

Do you even know what "pricing in" is/means when people refers to it? The 40% run-up in september was them potentially pricing in a Biden victory, what happens next is just faith and especially MONTHS after something since clearly the company/companies will either continue doing good or bad. They don't price something in for a fucking full quarter, if that was the case price would literally just crab forever until they price something in again. For example when Trump argued with China and the algos started sperging out over news that wasn't released to the public yet, that was them pricing something in rapidly.. the exact same thing would happen with the stimulus shit if it was actually a "surprise" to anyone. They don't just sit there manually pressing the buy or sell button depending on the news they read, it's way more complicated than that

>> No.29883097

Should I hold my tomacco?

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those were the words of Barrick's CEO at the last earnings call. it was in reference to them not acquiring a copper miner recently

>> No.29883157

Unironically possible.

>> No.29883221

This is literally the point I am making anon, that pricing in doesn't work the way people in /smg/ seem to think it does
read the responses ITT to me, anons saying that this second round of stimulus was fully priced in, fully expected
when priced in (in this instance) just means people began to expect a new round of stimulus and take (some) more, or less positions based upon expectations of it occurring, but when it actually occurs, behavior will still change, prices will still change

>> No.29883272

If the 10% correction is slow and drawn out (like we've seen over the last few weeks) yes,
but if everyone stampedes for the exits and triggers a bunch of margin calls I can see the panic causing a crash

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>> No.29883362

JPow and Yellen are old child sacrifice buddies, they'll find a way to keep it under control.

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>> No.29883397

I fear a general market crash, but what if the damage is isolated to certain stocks? Some have had some nasty shake outs over the past year, while others really haven’t. It’s why I’m afraid to buy into DIS, I have a feeling a lot of people bought and held that one, while something like ATVI, which had some major shake outs courtesy of Trump’s threats to blacklist Tencent, might not get hit as hard. It might be on a case by case basis. Or is my thinking totally off on this?

>> No.29883410

Doubtful. Paperhands will get shaken out, but absent a black swan there would be enough dip-buying to ensure a pretty stable floor.

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Based! Green Monday confirmed!

>> No.29883416

>yield curve control!!
and (eventually)
>a new digital dollar!!

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>> No.29883485

>isolated to certain stocks
I actually agree. I'm unironically looking at stuff like CCL as late to the recovery party and safe havens. Sounds crazy I know but we're in crazy times.

>> No.29883488

don't bake too many
i only have 1 new poem

>> No.29883496

>digital dollar
They kept talking about that during the hearing. Qrd?

>> No.29883503

pathetic man honestly

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>> No.29883557

are we crashing?

>> No.29883569

boomers hold stock in tax-protected accts, no capital gains exposure tho.

>> No.29883580

essentially just like cryptocurrencies, with a ledger maintained showing all transactions between all individuals, all corps, etc
all buying/selling will be tracked
a new currency
(only after there is a major currency crisis though)
>offer solution

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