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30275218 No.30275218 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Subject in the subject field edition.
Get comfy. Don't look at markets. Do something nice.

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nice pic

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invested 200$ in $RICK as soon as abbot ordered to open texas, today's a descending triangle but that's gonna change. hit the strip clubs for me will ya

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Futures are looking good, but we're not bullish yet

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hello fren

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how many pillows can i put you down for fren?

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>> No.30276798

>coffee poured
>work from home shows I'm logged in
>gf sound asleep
>investments should see my through the other side of all this
Comfy start so far.

>> No.30277037

Oh god, rejected the bullish trend. We need to hold above the top of the range ~3780 on ES or else it's most likely another low

>> No.30277042

Remember, don't ever be a perma-bear and buy the dip! The yield doesn't matter guys! :)

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I have mixed feelings, frens

>> No.30277440

products today, what is next? its a a pearl

>> No.30277544

Notice how they are trying to hold this level, price action deluxe

>> No.30278033

what is this picture?

>> No.30278196

>Check what I held yesterday
It's back up, but falling
>Check what I sold yesterday
It's already below where I sold it at

Imagine, if you can, the tiniest smile in the world.

>> No.30278384

Oil on board portrait by Hiroshi Furuyoshi: courtesy of /hr/ (original was too big for biz)

>> No.30278674


Is this sarcasm, I honestly can't tell.

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APPL strangles on thursdays/fridayas print money guys. I can't believe I never did this before.

Also protip you should be watching the 10yr because you'd see bull traps like this morning a mile away since bonds literally crashed at the jobs report release.

Seriously fucking permabulls need to turn their algos to "bear", that was a fucking joke.

>> No.30278870

It is. If you've been buying this dip then you'll become a future mythical god "Holbag, Eternal Clencher of Bags"

>> No.30278898

I'm back into 6 digit hell after losing 189k last November woot.

>> No.30278912

Same. See, it's not all bad.

>> No.30279052

"You are under no obligation to earn money back the same way you lost it" — someone smart.

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>people in /smg/ last night that bought the dip because Cramer told them not to

>> No.30279142

I really should've sold my green airplane and bought it back after the dip. It may not be too late, though.

>> No.30279383

I mean I hope people here at least know to always inverse cramer

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Sure but always remember a broken clock is right twice a day friendo.

>> No.30279668


Wait didn't he say we were not in a bubble just months ago

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Fuckin savage. Nightmare difficulty mode.

>> No.30279724

Oh don't get me wrong he definitely gets fed some good info every now and then to keep people listening to him but he's a prop for retailies to send their money to hedgies through awful trades

>> No.30279793


My logic is that if my stocks take a massive dotcom dump then dividend yields would end up at 15%. That was my theory buying in and why I'm not panic selling even though I have massive dumps to suffer.

Imo the only valuation you need is whether you think company growth will make up for valuation (measured in future dividends). I'm not selling because I believe my companies will do well over the next 5 years.

Also if the fed lets yields creep up to 5% the gubment would have to pay half of its revenue in taxes. Will the fed crush the yield curve? Maybe. Will the yield go up? Maybe. Will we have inflation? Maybe. I don't think you can predict the stock market

>> No.30279886

>Spent all night looking at STLD
Of course it shoots up today...

>> No.30280023

I know better than to trust anyone who claims to understand how bonds work.

>> No.30280064

>Imo the only valuation you need is whether you think company growth will make up for valuation (measured in future dividends). I'm not selling because I believe my companies will do well over the next 5 years.
I agree with this of course. The only counterargument is the utter collapse of the financial system.
>Will we have inflation?
I would love to see an in-depth, thoughtful argument on why we would NOT have inflation in the next 10 years.

>> No.30280209

By INFLATION, do you mean 2% annual? Or something real and genuine. Also, how much gold do you keep under your mattress?

Just asking.

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>> No.30280471


Yeah I'm just blindly mimicking Peter Lynch who was always 100% invested, didn't care about dumps, and said you shouldn't care about meta-factors lol (because you can't predict that shit).


>I would love to see an in-depth, thoughtful argument on why we would NOT have inflation in the next 10 years.

Sorry, I meant to say high inflation. Only alternative is a deflationary cycle, which I can't wrap my head around

>> No.30280483

>why we would NOT have inflation in the next 10 years.
Something something creation of dollar debt something something shortage of dollars to service said debt something something

Plus we won't have inflation if we introduce new consumer staples....like masks....or hormones
Its all coming together now.. .

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XOM calls - comfy

>> No.30280581

You posted a graph of search interest from Google. That doesn't address any of my concerns.

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red again lads. shouldn't have bought into the precious metal meme

>> No.30280752

I mean somewhere between 5 and 10%.
This is not a joke and I'm being completely serious.
Yeah me neither, deflation is like dividing by 0.
based, oil is looking good still.

>> No.30280834

Energy already looks like it has taken off and I have missed my chance.

Give me another sector to rotate into.

>> No.30280935

One of the first books I read about financial markets had section that stuck with me, which I'll paraphrase for you now
>It is the nature of financial markets to serve as a means to generate future wealth
>If financial markets could be consistently "beaten" they would no longer be able to serve that function
>This probably means that if 99.99% of participants are excepting something to happen, it probably can't or won't happen.

How we gonna have inflation when everyone has 60% of their USD net worth tied up in an inflation hedge?

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>> No.30281185

This is just an attempt to talk yourself out of trading without actually looking at the market. It's effectively gibberish.

>> No.30281246


Plus, Market sentiment is too short-term to go on. The market could crash like in 2000, sure. It could also spike up the moment the economy opens up. It's a good catalyst for renewed greed.

>> No.30281304

Yeah it's more nuanced but I think its relevant for big macro shit and long term speculation.

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What sectors are good to get in?
Any from this list besides oil as its clearly proven itself.

Also interested in knowing.

>> No.30281372

I doubt we'd see inflation that high anytime soon. Rates were low pre-Pandemic, with big government deficits, and we never saw anything close. The workforce has shrunk further since then.

Prices go up in response to reduced supply or increased demand. I can see it happening to specific sectors at different times, but not to the entire economy at once. And certainly not on the scale needed for 10%.

Reminder that the gold hoarder's fever dream of "hyperinflation" is defined as 50% annual inflation.

>> No.30281689


Depends on your goals and strategy. With retail I have some Dollar General, seeing as it manages to grow DURING economic headwind and DURING recessions. They're also taking steps towards e-commerce, which is encouraging. I just can't see dirt cheap going out of favor anytime soon.

>> No.30281788

CNBC has a breakdown of sector movements that is easy to find and look at. (It just doesn't tell you what fucking stocks are in each)

But it looks like current winners are
>ENERGY (so hot right now)
>Consumer Staples
>Communication Services

I just don't know if it makes sense to chase a rally.

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I'm down heavily and I don't have any spare cash to increase my positions. This is far from comfy.

I think I'll just pretend I don't have a portfolio for a month or so..

>> No.30281965

I sold the literal bottom on SOXL. I'm such a fucking idiot. I lost 25% of my portfolio because I refused to listen to anyone telling me to sell, and then I sold the absolute bottom that SOXL but today. I'm a fucking idiot. I can't do anything right. I don't want to live.

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Jpow-sama, please implement Yield Covered Calls ASAP, this is getting really uncomfy.

>> No.30282118

>I don't have any spare cash to increase my positions
I knew this part a few days ago when I cashed out my liquidity leaving onlywhats in the market. Sold off some stuff recently but not a lot

Protect myself from getting wrecked by inflated stocks like tech.


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John Maynard Keynes went broke 3 separate times in the stock market before he made it.
As did I.

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Well, I bought the top of SOXL, if it makes you feel any better. Just riding it out. It'll go back up...eventually.

>> No.30282230

Bought the top as well fren right here with you

>> No.30282236


You still have 75%, friend. Lick your wounds, maybe stop using leverage.

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>yfw he's already doing it

>> No.30282267

Atlhought GEX is very low right now, I'm really afraid to do proper strangles, because Septermber also had a longish volatiley crab phase after the crash, and that would eat strangle holders alive.
Then again, my portfolio is strangle-like with long postions with some ITM and OTP puts....

>> No.30282370

Don't hold a strangle on Friday, just scalp them before power hour ends.

Maybe buy again around 2:50pm.

>> No.30282397


Can you hold a leveraged ETF forever or can it just topple if it goes to zero?

>> No.30282411

Why are they so blood red? Everything on yahoo is red, except the part at the bottom where all the analysts say BUY BUY BUY.

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It just reverse splits infinitely. I guess if the semiconductor companies it was tracking all went to 0 and liquidated.. maybe it could go to zero? But I think it would be delisted before that.

>> No.30282609


As Lynch-sama said, you're not wrong or right because line go up or down. There is no why. People are scared, and that's enough.

It's just a good stock to hold for 5 years.

Maybe people assume that it'll retract as soon as the economy opens, because people will move away from the store. But that is denial of the fact that DG grew in revenue from 17 to 19 while the economy was doing good. They're still building stores and won't stop doing so.

>> No.30282670

>building stores

>> No.30282675


Also fuck analysts

>> No.30282710

Don't fall for the spare cash meme, anon. You cannot time the market. Some people here were lucky and loud about it, but way more weren't.

>> No.30282758


They're expanding into e-commerce and they build their shops very close to the people they cater to.

>> No.30282776

Well he's not doing a very good job.

Yeah, this is what I'm planning with most of my riskier positions.

>> No.30282810

No but he could use it to average down his position, how the fuck is that a "meme"?

>> No.30282870

anyone know why UUUU has been trending down?

>> No.30282938

Hi, I'm the guy going to commit suicide over SOXL. I had 100% cash going into the crash, and started buying in a few days before the SOXL split. At the time, it was a good idea - SOXL was away from its ATH and it was on a good discount relative to it. So I averaged down. And I kept averaging down. And I kept averaging down until I was out of money. And then it went lower. And now I'm here, lying in bed, thinking of how much of a loser I am in all facets of life.

>> No.30282952

Very true, it would just be nice to have some cash on hand for once. Don't wish to tempt fate but I think this is just a little pullback.

>> No.30283177

Anon don't kill yourself! I don't want you being eternally damned. Read the Holy Bible, I recommend starting from the New Testament. Jesus Christ who is God came to the world to save us from sin, from eternal damnation. He died on the cross, yet 3 days later He rose from the grave claiming victory over sin and death. Believe in Jesus Christ, gain everlasting life. I pray my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ helps thee overcome the darkness that swallows you whole. Don't kill yourself anon.

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>Even during the COVID crash, the Nasdaq didn't drop 1%+ four days in a row.

>> No.30283237

I literally haven't held a stock overnight since 2019 because of market exuberance.

>> No.30283239


What happens with cash:

>This line could go up, down, or sideways
>But the historical trend is up
>Therefore I will not invest everything but wait in the hope the line will go down then up (even though I have no way of telling that it will do so)
>Missing out on a trend of 10% upwards

>> No.30283345

That is how I ended up buying VTI at the top. The actual top.

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I'd say there's an equal amount of time over the last 60 years that line doesn't always go up.

>> No.30283412


Next time look at the actual companies it tracks and check if you think they are discounted. They are all valued extremely highly. Maybe that doesn't matter long-term, but it's a huge short-term risk.

>> No.30283577

See >>30282938
You cannot time the market. You might as well hold some stable(ish) positions instead of cash.

Well, you're holding stocks, most of which are iin the red I guess, so rotating between them should not hurt.
I just rotated most of my (-50%) GEVO into (-45%) RIDE, because I believe in RIDE way more. No cash needed, and "bought the dip".

If you have time to daytrade, this is OK, but not all of us can do that.

>> No.30283663

Because UUUU is a speculative meme with littel intristic value, and we are in a market-wide risk-off event.

>> No.30283767


Not always, that's why you have a timeframe of years.


It can go up, down or sideways. But I agree that the market as a whole is overvalued, I prefer individual stocks.

>> No.30283779

wait its a meme stock? i put 15% of my portfolio into it and made some money

>> No.30283781

Poor TSLA.

>> No.30283832

Also pls don't kill yourself over something as silly as stocks. It may look like your plans to retire early are shattered, but that's just how it is. Keep in mind that:
- Stocks will go up eventually
- You somehow made all the money sou put into the market, you can just make it again.

People tend to project the last 1-2 weeks far into the future, and that will actually look bleak. But please think about it and recognize that it's not going to be that bad.

>> No.30283897

Well, I could have said the same thing about GEVO until like 2 weeks ago.
And yes, it is a meme. Or did you seriously think they will "bring back Uranium" in a reasonable timeframe?

>> No.30283904

>I prefer individual stocks.
Same, as I have quickly learned in this environment. I just lack the courage to sell my VTI.

>> No.30284138

I got spanked hard by GEVO, I really thought I was early too a great party, turns out i turned up right at the end kek

>> No.30284151

I've got nothing else to live for. I thought i finally was doing something right, that I was smart and buying effectively, and now I'm sitting here staring a large financial loss in the face. I can't do anything right. I push away all my friends. I have no family. And now I don't even have the money to put a down payment on a house, the one tiny bit of stability and comfort I could actually just buy with money, and it's gone. I serve no purpose. I just sit here and work a job and go to sleep. It's all pointless, and the last few weeks have shown me that.

>> No.30284341

You know that feeling when you kind of regret buying a high growth stock but at this point it's down so much, you feel like you might as well just hang on?

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Very comfy sell off.

>> No.30284454

Damn, dude. Just zoom out. You're being very uncomfy.

>> No.30284492

Keep in mind that this experience will make you a way better trader, and once we get back to the bullmarket, you will laugh in the face of bullmarket genius newfags.
If you can support rent with your job, you should have plenty of stability too.

At our workplace, there was a guy that caused an accident that cost the company 5 figures. We did not fire him, because since then, he is the most thorough, careful and effective colleague.

>> No.30284585

I got into GEVO, made some money, sold, then bought in again after a dip and here we are. Wish I'd held off on that second buy-in...

>> No.30284601

You should hold a stock based entirely on your belief that it will go up. Or at least go up with higher chance than not. Entry point should not count at all.

>> No.30284612

It's only truly lost once you sell.

>> No.30284757

any potential for vxrt?

>> No.30284768

I literally sold all my UVXY to move accounts right before it skyrocketed. Please kill me

>> No.30284803

Frens CLF is below 13 so hopefully that will cheer some of you up, it makes me smile

>> No.30284809


Hmm, well, you have to ask yourself, do you feel comfortable owning this entire market for 5 years? Will you be better off in 5 years? If not, just sell. Imo there can never be 'hold' advice. You either like a stock or you don't. I would personally not buy VTI at this point (and therefore sell) but you have to figure out for yourself whether you think the market will recover.

If you want lame stock with some growth potential, why not research dividend paying retail and tobacco?

>> No.30284884

Its lost when you buy.

>> No.30285032

If TSLA gets halted today imma bust a lung

>> No.30285059

I held through the VXRT announcement and it was extremely painful.
They have an absolutely great product, but until people recognize that IgA immunity is just as good as IgG, and including more than the spike protein is important, it's not going anywhere.
They are doing the next phases AFAIK, and I'm pretty sure they will need to dilute to fund that, so keep that in mind.

But as I see it, they are literally the best vaccine currently, but they are far from cashing in on that potential.

>> No.30285159

TSLA will not bounce until 500, then it will go to 600-650 and keep crashing

>> No.30285273

Can't wait for that, my ridicolously high limit sell on my put options may trigger in that case.

I wonder how ARKK-held retard stocks are doing...
>Looking at AQB... not bad. But they are actually reasonable at this price point, so it makes sense
>Looking at PLTR... ahahah, top kek.

>> No.30285418

Guys can someone tell me what's up with British american tobacco. It's trading at 9 p/e with 8% dividend, what's that about?

>> No.30285443

I bought just under $12 thinking it was gonna moon

>> No.30285695

I know, I know.
But I started investing only last year and at first was really taken in by Cathie's "disruptive innovation" stuff. Only gradually did I learn more and changed my view. I started selling some stocks earlier this year thankfully, but I still held on to some growth stocks, even if in retrospect I probably wouldn't buy e.g. NET at a price-to-sales ratio of 50. It's still a good company but maybe not at that price.

>> No.30285706

GEVO was going to moon based on its momentum. Then the GMEME sucked most of the momentum out, and now that most people realized that most of the stock price was pure speculation, I wouldn't be surprised if it goes back to something like $1.5.

I wonder how it's going to do once a catalyst comes in the form of a govt subsidy/contract or some good PR like Net Zero 2. If it only does a 2x from $1.5, it will be kinda painful.

>> No.30285712

We just hit bottom on the morning dip. I recognize that V-shape.

>> No.30285736

I feel like I traded this exact day last September. All the movements are the same.

>> No.30285806

Also remember that Burry called the exact TSLA top a month ago.

>> No.30285829

Anyone remember the meme stock CLSK I was wondering if it were a buy at this point. It was shilled wayyyy back and was looking through old memes and thought it might be a buy. They apparently made moves into Crypto mining so it makes me think it might shitcoin.

>> No.30285907

I called the exact day it would break out of that 800-900 range it was trading some I'm better.

>> No.30286003

I should have gone bigger into ACEV yesterday when it was below $10

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This is the day I'm referring to.

>> No.30286274

So the bottom will be around mid-afternoon?

>> No.30286443

how much are we down past couple weeks /cmg/ bros? -25% here, feeling kinda comfy. bought the dips i wanted, if i'm wrong then oh well

>> No.30286499

Maybe. Or maybe it will crab and then pump. JPOW and yields keep manufacturing these outrageous black swans.

>> No.30286582

Yeah, I'm down 45% at this point. Wondering if I ought to sell, eat the loss and pivot into something else.

>> No.30286627

Tobacco generally is trading at fairly low multiples. Just an unloved sector, where people don't believe there's going to be a lot of growth in the future.

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I should have shorted myself and sold at loss, rebuying later when it went lower, but now it appears to be at the bottom, so I need it to go all the way back up to recover my losses. I'm currently at -15% daily, it was -17% just a while ago. Yesterday was similarly red.
Hindsight is really 20/20.
I'm feeling very uncomfy about how I handled it.

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-58% since that CCIV merger announcement.

>> No.30286855



2% growth on top of 7.7% divvie and recession-proofing seems very solid to me anon.

>> No.30286880

I'm trying to do the impossible: timing the TSLA dip bottom today to sell some of my puts, so they don't devalue on the way up.

>> No.30286960

about -30% from bagholding CRSP and CLSK just day trading the fuck out of UVXY to keep my losses from growing bigger.

>> No.30287074

This entire event is pretty hilarious because of the classic Market=UP, Bonds=DOWN and vice versa relationship.
>Market sells off because bonds are down,
>as sell off continue some of those sellers buy bonds
>Bonds go up
>Markets start to recover
>Participants sell their bonds to buy the dip
>Markets go down
>Participants sell, buy bonds

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I wouldn't buy TSLA above 100. And knowing me, that would still be overvalued.

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went from 205k to 167k as of right now. pretty insane. leverage and memes are a hell of a drug

>> No.30287235

I agree with you. Very low beta, lots of dividends and solid in terms of economic uncertainty. On top of that, there's always the possibility that those companies could enter the Weed sector if it ever gets legalized (though that's more the case with MO and BTI afaik).
But public perception is still very negative on tobacco.

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I'm finally out of the red this week. I might get too cocky though.

>> No.30287471


Ah why do you think MO and BTI are better positioned for weed?

>> No.30287477

this isnt a sell covered puts dip. this is a make sure your cash is free to buy the big one if it happens dip

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>yahoo finance desperately tries to get me to FOMO

Without fail, every single crash.

>> No.30287498

>KTOS down almost 10%
So glad I sold yesterday.

>> No.30287620

that's a pretty minor % change compared to the gains, anon. holding up better than 99% of us

>> No.30287624
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The only EV company you need. Buy when everything in your portfolio is red and the Dow is down 800 points.

>> No.30287775

The most I've ever been these few weeks was a -7% unrealized. I've realized some loses since then. Most of my holdings were SPACs that just hit the $10 floor so I decided to take a few of the lowest loses (-3%) or whatever to free up cash for later once the recovery looks certain.

My biggest holdings right now are the SPACs FMAC and ACEV (which I just bought yesterday at $10)

>> No.30287836
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I need some TA help. Am I doing my meme line correctly, or do they have to be straight?

>> No.30287837

just hurts because my dream scenario had always been to take my gme winnings and rotate them into good holds during a market crash. but i choked and went in a little too early before the actual crash

>> No.30288021

same. luckily i was able to liquidate whatever still had value and dumped it all into short vix spreads when it hit 30

>> No.30288054

I don't see any astrology or moon phases on that chart don't think its good enough.

>> No.30288203

You need to circle some arbitrary points.

Don't forget to overlay your chart with a chart of the VIX.

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good god, every single one of these was deep, deep green two weeks ago. small caps and speculation really were the first ones to get the bullet

>> No.30288472

How long did the recovery take after this happened in September? Wondering if I should just sell at a loss and get back in

>> No.30288744

-5% when i sold everything. /cashgang/ since then and waiting for clarification.

>> No.30288847
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took all month
the fact that it’s been the reddest week in years and no dead cat bounces make me think its fake

>> No.30288884

Thoughts on market of mochimo?

>> No.30288915

Just look at the chart. September dip was followed by a bounce then another mild bleed out going in to November election.

>> No.30289190

r-reversal? is it safe to come out? everyone has been saying we’re going to 270 SPY, does that mean its finally time to dump on shorts?

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>> No.30289407

MO already owns 45% in Cronos (a weed company).
More generally, they already have the capital, name, experience, etc. that comes with selling smoking products. Much safer and more reliable than some new company trading at crazy levels.
Of course, there are some other companies that have taken a look at weed companies too, like Constellation Brands (STZ) owning 38% of Canopy Growth.

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Another 20-30% dump across the market from where we are now would make everything look extremely hot.. and sexy

>> No.30289687

And now SOXL is green and going up. I fucking give up.

>> No.30289834

gentlemen, the printer is on

>> No.30289843

-25% off of bad timing for PLTR, RIDE, and WKHS. At least I didn't lose any money YTD.

>> No.30289986
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>wake up at 9
>futures are green, nasdump to 12600+
>wake up at noon
>blood again

how the FUCK is it allowed to drop 500 points in 2 hours. also can we PLEASE ban tesla from the stock market. fucking trash

>> No.30290205

Guise I'm starting to think TA does not work.
Or am I supposed to say "TSLA broke through parabolic support"?

>> No.30290821
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Well I got 4 positions filled today so if we blast from here I guess it's fine, I would have wanted way more though

>> No.30290981

as someone that bought the top on September 2nd, it didn't recover until early December

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>> No.30291071

I recognize that chart, it looks like mine.
Try to appreciate that we would be in the same position regardless. All we did was scale up and make rational decisions.
Watch a Peter Lynch lecture, zoom out, calm down, and be careful with leverage. You, me, and Cathie Woods are all going down together if that's the way it has to be. You know what though, that's almost definitely NOT how it has to be. The odds of a dotcom crash or a Japan crystal are still extremely low. This is the decade of personal robots.

>> No.30291294

I thought about picking up CRSP recently, I feel the price is getting good.

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* crystal crab

>> No.30291505

the downturn in earnings and market dip made me think its atleast worth 150 so I've been steadily buying about 5-10 shares per $10 drop. my main hope is a lift on genetic engineering so we can modify humans. although there may be better stocks for that then CRSP I think it would benefit the most. I THINK.

>> No.30291518
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So did anyone else buy that extreme dip at 11:30? I was able to get CTRM at .68 and ISWH at .65
>There has been nothing but bargain bin buying day and everyone is freaking out

>> No.30291574
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Tfw my stock dumps with the rest of the market
Tfw my stock doesnt recover as much as the rest of the market does in the same day

Really hate when this happens.

>> No.30291673

both CRSP and EDIT are almost back to their pre-poomp levels, could be a buy signal.

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>> No.30291935
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I sold my VTI. I'm not gonna try and time the market any further for a few extra pennies.

>> No.30291977

>selling VTI
brother you pass on VTI to your great grandchildren

>> No.30292192

bought 25 more NET. still holding 12k cash. let's see if i'll have to spend it

>> No.30292349

There's no way SOXL can still be going up, this has to be a trap

>> No.30292627

Checked and truthpilled.

>> No.30292772
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>tfw bought $10k of oil stocks at the absolute bottom last year
Listen to this man

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>tfw today

>> No.30292904

Darn. I could have held out for another 5 bucks.

>> No.30292917
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Huge buys


>> No.30292978
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>thinking about averaging down some more on ISWH
>decide to wait a little bit
>it pumps nearly 20% in the meantime
At least it's going up.

>> No.30293184
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Guess how I feel when I didn't sell. Maybe OTM options are way more volatile than I'm copmfortable with

>> No.30293212
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Shaddup and shill me something without TSLA exposure

>> No.30293282

kinda feels a little bullish for once. hope the rug doesnt get pulled at end of day

>> No.30293318

sorry cap. He gave himself 100k shares. That is nothing. Hopefully you can still somehow break even

>> No.30293491

Here's one of my most contrarian buys recently, threw in $5k.

>> No.30293664

Have you been in oil for the past several months like a good lad? Maybe once people take some profits, you could look at getting into it, if not, or buying some more on a discount. Time horizon at least out to this summer.

>> No.30293674

I stuck that lovin .44 beneath my head

>> No.30293905

TQQQ plus an ITM TSLA put to offset it.

>> No.30293915

penny fag

>> No.30293972

Any dips to buy? I'v been mostly cash

>> No.30294063

test post please ignore

>> No.30294086

That's because the government played favorites in 2008. The bailed out their buddies (b of a, goldman, etc)
and let more independently minded banks (liehman, bear sterns, etc) die.

financially the latter were probably better

>> No.30294105

ahahaha it worked. /cmg/ prove you're not a poorfag

>> No.30294108

I started actively playing this expensive hobby last month.

I have some retirement accounts and mutual funds that I do not touch. And some CDs, which is where I had put all the money I could have used to buy into the market last March.

>> No.30294201

lol, the sliver was an obvious scam. I'm hodling gold and buying the dip, but holy shirt why won't it move

>> No.30294313

they don't though. the most people have their money in FAANG stocks and Bonds.

nobody is buying Gold, only barely have value stocks started to move. yields are still terrible for bonds.

>> No.30294647

>he thinks faang stocks have value

>> No.30294710
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I Shiggy diggy

>> No.30294773

fuck you. rebalancing according to macro conditions and price is a risk management strategy, not a market timing get rich quick scheme.

>> No.30294956

Rebalancing, yes. But holding cash is statistically the wrong coice basically all the time.
And don't try to tell me you can forecast macro events that are not already priced in.

>> No.30295151

Is there some news I'm missing behind this seeming recovery, or have we just bottomed out?

>> No.30295249
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What are the chances of seeing pic related this week too?

Treasuries calmed down somewhat for now. But why that is is anybodies guess.

>> No.30295324
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it seemed fake to me the entire time. the 10 year is scary yes, but i fully believe as i have since september that nothing can stop this market except raised interest rates, and the fed will not do that until 2022 at the earliest. certainly not anytime this year

>> No.30295489

I lost a lot of money on SOXL by selling too early. I'm trying to learn a lesson that's not "ignore other people and average down at a slower pace" but I can't. I also have no idea what to buy any more. I'm shook. Someone help me, this is a cry for help.

>> No.30295517

This is the problem with the run we've had, we've forgotten what a pullback looks like, the good times have made us weak stomached.

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>> No.30295660
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go all in on soxl right now and dont open your portfolio for a month. i only say this if you lost a lot of money and need to make it back fast. otherwise, go all in on
and delete your brokerage app for two months
i bought in october-november, and i didnt forget, but this was the first time i saw a large portion of my portfolio get wiped out. i used to laugh at AAAAAA posters and think "unrealized is literally fake, it doesnt matter" but now i understand. it hurts seeing the number in your portfolio get way smaller.
however, this has been the first time ive made major purchases since then. you just need to ignore your feelings and listen to your brain

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fucking moron. kek. it's hitting literally every backtest support like clockwork.

>> No.30295710

i fell for the silver meme, have like 4 grand worth of this trash

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>fucking moron
Aight. Stay married to your stocks.

>> No.30295810

holding physical silver is definitely a meme. it's a pain in the ass to transact with. but its value will rise for industrial use, especially w/ all the shift to EVs and every other electronic. i recommend physical gold of course along with mining stocks ($AG, $EGO and some speculative things like $GPL).

>> No.30295835

Out of all the banks, why C?
I've seen it mentioned quite a few times and people like Burry have it in their portfolio...

>> No.30295900

lol. list your portfolio. would love to tear it apart.

>> No.30295933

Nah, you can go fuck yourself.

>> No.30295941
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AAAAA Posting is fun though and a good way to cheer yourself up on red days.

>> No.30295994

>Don't look at markets
>Friday Rugpull edition

>> No.30296022

lmfao. fucking dork. you don't know shit. have fun with your poorfag 5 figure portfolio while I get rich off of the future of energy.

>> No.30296032
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buybacks, high div yield, nice share price makes it easy to get 100 shares but still have nice premiums for covered calls. you could also do BAC. the covered calls is the main reason why i went with C and not jpm or gs. also, wells fargo is crooked as fuck and i dont want to get bogged by their shadiness
i always post the AAAA, but i never felt the AAAA until this time

>> No.30296108

I own it now, just hold on to it? I also have 3oz gold (physical)

>> No.30296161
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sour hour started early. this will close red

>> No.30296231

what's your cost avg? personally wouldn't sell right now if I were you.

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i just found out i didnt get my 1.8M wash sale

>> No.30296372
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Here's my new portfolio. The SQQQ is there in case this actually is a bull trap, and is the largest position there. I plan to sell it next Friday regardless of what happens. The rest are long holds.

>> No.30296377

27/oz, something like that.

>> No.30296420

The bottom is likely +/- a day from today. We could see more of a drop Monday, but from a technical perspective, indices are reaching the oversold point, which they likely won't stay near for long without consistent downside surprise events. The news regarding long duration real yield's has been priced in multiple times at this point (two spikes of the nominal US 10 year note above 1.5%, continued upward pressure past that level, and consistent Fed messaging regarding transitory inflation). Their rate of change was/is the biggest issue, but now that in and of itself is nothing new. The equity markets could possibly "tolerate" periodic bond vol if it's something they come to expect, with potentially minor associated equity vol.

It feels like this is the first convergence of all of these interrelated factors into the recovery, hence the huge vol in capital markets as everyone readjusts to the data and news. But, we've probably priced the bulk of it in within the past month. The reality is that we're still a long way off from the Fed's goals, monetary policy will remain easy, and the labor market puts a ceiling on how quickly rates can rise before the Fed steps in for the broader health of the economic recovery.

>> No.30296487

if it's not a lot, hold. otherwise add and then sell when it doubles. silver will double. it's just a pain in the ass to liquidate physically, IMO.

>> No.30296693

Even if this is the bottom, I'm pretty sure we will crab around for a few weeks before anyone is willing to take more risk.
(Most of what we've seen in the last few weeks is holders dropping risky assets, where speculative value was way more than rational)

>> No.30296728

why will it double? seems like metals are going to take a hit by all indicators?

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>> No.30296827

me too, stuck with a boatload of VTI. I bought it cheap enough to where it's got a lot of room, but yeah Im just scared of taxes on a sale like that already rebalanced out all in my IRA

>> No.30296836

im not sure if id buy amzn right now friend. just be prepared to not have a lot of growth out of that, it's a slow moving giant. on the other hand who knows. if you want to be bullish you could still benefit from tqqq/soxl if we really do bottom out soon

>> No.30296847

>inb4 COMEX default in march

>> No.30296939

30 years from now you'll be so happy you hung onto VTI

>> No.30296981

it's just money, your reflecting negatively on everything else because it's in a bad mood. Take the evening off and play some video games. if it's 20-30% consider cutting your losses. if more, don't sell the bottom.

>> No.30297004

...I sold my VTI

>> No.30297101
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fucking nasdump piece of shit getting destroyed again

>> No.30297103

>over 30% eps growth per year
>""slow moving giant""

>> No.30297125

AMZN is a small position relative to the others, as is C. It's like this

30% SQQQ
22% NET
22% TSM
10% CITI

>> No.30297146

I think it will be sector specific risk adversity for the next week or two, like it has been this past month, but money will come around eventually looking for a home. There's no end to the liquidity injections at the moment, and yields still have a long way to go. If equity markets can stomach their rate of change, or if the ROC stabilizes, then the rotations might simply mask upward breadth.

>> No.30297203

yeah, i checked both these out and they are not valid. I should have done more research before buying desu, got a bit caught up as a novice. hyperinflation would require our production base to be shot, which it isn't, we'll probably see regular inflation. comex they can just keep manipulating even if it is on the brink.

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it's definitely safer since it's a rock solid company, but something like aapl is probably just as safe but will give more gains in the short-mid term

>> No.30297283

>implying I would care 30 years from now
What do I do with all that money with a broken body and no children?

We will have TINA for sure, but I think tech and QQQ in particular will hurt for quite a bit. I guess it will flow into Oil, Steel and other commodities.

Of course they are not valid, the silversqueeze is an idiotic meme. JPM will hammer the price down. They have toppled governments in the past.

>> No.30297389

You are most likely better off just sticking your money into FAANG+ or QQQ. Trying to pick a winner stock from these is quite impossible unless you have some insider-level knowledge.

>> No.30297421

so maybe I just hold my gold and silver for a few decades and see what happens? worthwhile as a piece of a portfolio?

>> No.30297422

dude, you bought sqqq today? you go long during deep red not IN deep red. if you dont know what youre doing like you already acknowledged you shouldnt try to fuck around with that shit. you could be right but its really risky and at such a large weighting, why would you? just buy more TSM and C

>> No.30297552

I have a very short term plan, just in case things do keep getting worse. I don't think it's that awful, but I will sell out of most of it, just in case, and hold cash. You're right - I'm putting too many eggs in one basket.

>> No.30297559

You might as well hold Treasury bonds. Silver might have a fad period like it does every decade or so, but PMGs in general barely beat inflation.

>> No.30297642

If the extend of your stock analysis consists in looking at what the price did the last 6 months, you might come to wrong conclusion like what you just said.

>> No.30297649

Haha, I just saw the CWSFF in there, you madman. That fat fuck better deliver, or I will personally convert him into biodiesel.

>> No.30297690

Excuse me, you go long in deep red not short in deep red. You go short during euphoria

>> No.30297695
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i should have just listened to warren buffett.

>> No.30297739

could have went short on VIX if you wanted short term. guaranteed to be under 25 free honey in the next 3 weeks though i wouldnt do simple puts

>> No.30297792

can someone please tank oil

>> No.30297823

>tech will hurt for quite a while
Probably as a whole, but under the hood, how have the fundamentals of your AMZN's or MSFT's changed? Are these still not the modern bond equivalent? Do people think that their earnings potential is truly going to be heavily impacted by forward-looking inflation that's under 2%? Keep in mind rates have trended downward for decades now, not up. I think people will realize which big tech blue chips are worth holding and will cycle back into those again for long term holds after the dip.

>> No.30297863

Im just saying its not going to moon like more underweight tech might. I already tried to give him the slower moving solid tech plays like aapl and tsm. You also cant sell covered calls on amzn and are just at the mercy of price movement. If he reallocated that into tsm or aapl or c he could make extra money from theta to roll back into this longs
Buying during consolidation is the right move as im assuming youre pointing out, i just dont know how beneficial owning 0.5 AMZN is for a retail trader

>> No.30297925
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> rates have trended downward for decades now

>> No.30297977

yeah just hold and stop buying more. probably better than cash unless you bought at meme prices.

the problem with silver is if the price skyrockets they can just ramp up mining.
gold is harder to find and it's less effective.
precious metals aren't productive assets, think of it as an inflation protected currency and allocate your portfolio accordingly.

holding cash is a protection against certain risks.
nobody can predict the future, but you can use macro to value assets: eg. when yields are low dividends are more valuable.
when inflation is high, assets that protect against inflation.

nigga are you really going to say the market is effective at pricing in a world of GME, TSLA, and Door Dash?

>> No.30298050

Based, was focusing on the tail end of that since the US was specifically in focus this past month.

>> No.30298108

Keeping my folio afloat with SOXL calls, feels comfy rn

>> No.30298201

Hey anon, let me be a dad for you for a minute.
If you're upset with who you are or where your life is, don't kill yourself like a fucking coward. You're depressed because you know you're a loser, and that's okay. Look at how many losers there are in the world, who don't realize they're loser. You have the insight to recognize your short-comings, now the test is whether or not you have the will to overcome them. Don't be a pussy anon, you'll make more money, you'll make more friends, whatever. But the only way you're going to do it is by being reasonable with who you are and what you need to do, don't fall into the trap of the theatrical depression. It may not feel like it, but it's a choice you're making.
Be strong anon, stop looking at your folio for as long as you need to decouple emotionally from your trades, and use that time to get comfy and do something better. You'll be fine, anon, you can do it.

>> No.30298263

Well shit. Guess I lost $15 I didn't need to lose. Guess I'll cook dinner tonight.

>> No.30298376

>cash is a protection against certain risks.
What does it protect against though? Because having e.g. 10% in cash instead of SPY or VTI, you are constantly losing out on gains, while not really being protected against anything.
When do you spend that cash? In SPY dips?

As an alternative strategy I'd suggest holding blue chips or indexes isntead. In case of a memepocalipse we've seen teh last few weeks, rotate that SPY into emerging growth stocks. Then when it looks overheated, jsut rotate back to SPY. Even if you misjudged how overheated things were, SPY will make you money, while cash will not.

>> No.30298429

wow. that's insane

>> No.30298613

>soxl +7.8%
kek. downtrend broken or is this another bulltrap?

>> No.30298858

>I want to buy something, but nothing is on sale
Whats I the next catalyst? Stimulus passes and 10yr goes to 1.63?

>> No.30298861
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I have a similar historic graph for gold too. Some anon here has a full folder of these.

>> No.30298985

Well, Feb 12 also looked like this jsut before sour hour. Last Friday too.

>> No.30299045

Can someone explain the difference between the leverage on warrants and call options to me? Because warrants seem to actually have less leverage, you have to like buy 5 warrants to get one share of the stock? What's the point then?

>> No.30299284

I only see two deals atm

>> No.30299382

Is TSLA worth buying right now? Is it going to start climbing again soon?
Total newfag to stocks, trying to diversify with my crypto gains.

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sour hour about to spoil all the fun

>> No.30299463

You might be thinking of units, warrants are usually on a whole share but units often contain 1/3 warrant or 1/4 warrant, or whatever.
If you're smart though you can sometimes arbitrage warrants, calls, and units with long/short strategies.

>> No.30299525
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WTF is with the EU and ARKK?

(Although nothing like this happened the last couple days)

>> No.30299563
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Yep, this is why I picked up 2500 July 25C in CLF at 13 lol

What is the right to buy 250k shares by July worth when CLF goes to 50?

250k*$25 profit any math geniuses in here?

A cool 6.25m?


>> No.30299565

Ehhhhhh... I've seen VPU.
l might stick something in it, just so I'm not so cash heavy

>> No.30299617

>Euros do nothing but panic sell all day
Imagine it like R*ddit but a continent, it will all make sense

>> No.30299619

I finally sold my INTC bros
I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. When I noticed the price today was the same as 3 years ago I decided my money is better off parked elsewhere.

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If Cathie gets away with doubling down on the msot retarded stocks on every dip, I'm gonna be hella mad. ARKK portfolio value will look like pic related one day, but until then everyone will be like "LOL ANON UR SO RETARD, MOMMY CATHIE ONLY GO UP"

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>engulfing bullish on the daily nasdump futures

if this last hour stays green we may be in the clear next week

>> No.30299778

From what I read rising rates will create a headwind for it, it's not a sure thing. It just happens to still be a good value compared to most of the market.

>> No.30299783

remember when you had a million dollars?

>> No.30299803

Am I misunderstanding the conversion ratio then? Investopedia is saying a 3:1 conversion ratio means I need to buy 3 warrants to trade 1 share of underlying stock

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I sure hope this is the end because I still haven't sold a single share

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I see that everyone mocks you for not selling sooner. I hope you prove them wrong, I really do. I want us all to make it.

>> No.30300018

>destroys global financial markets
>Nothing personal, kid.
Topkek. Imagine if the ARKK lives up to its name and destroys everything it touches.

>> No.30300021

Nah. Wait for $300. The march sp500 rebalance will massacre the price.

>> No.30300226

Sweet. Thanks.

>> No.30300242

I know you're trolling, but how in the everloving fuck would it ever go to 25, not even 50.
There is no reason to believe this.

>> No.30300261

>Psychological projection: The post
It's a good coping mechanism I'll give you that but you shoud consider that maybe you're not as smart as you think.
Well what the fuck am I saying, you're american and by default you're unable to pull your head out of your ass. Nevermind.

>> No.30300352

Worth it to dump any ARK stocks and take my 5% loss? Or will they go back up against a lower resistance within the next 3 months?

>> No.30300433

Buying before close, next week will be bullish

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>> No.30300517

Most people here hate TSLA because they missed out and always think it's going to drop much more than it does. Buy it and walk away for a few years. Easy 50% gain just back up to all time high.

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>> No.30300619

>euro pretends not to be assmad
>can't go two sentences without screeching autistically about america

>> No.30300685

Fucking finally. I wanted to sell my TSLA puts before the weekend, and maybe I'll get some good price for them.

There is no way to tell. If we enter clown market next week, ARKK will fly high, even if TSLA shits the bed.
But if memes crap around for a month, while oil, commodities and other indexes go up, and ARKK starts to spectacularly underperform, they will crack under the outflow when they have to sell their more illiquid memes.

>> No.30300914

Another retard trying to look smart and doing the same thing as the previous retard, good job champion.
The fucking irony is funny at least, not only reddit lives in your head but also you're completely unable to challenge your opinions.
As I said it's hilarious so not all bad.

>> No.30301098

>yurop niggers think their opinion matters

>> No.30301192
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He picks a number that sounds good, and then convinces himself its going to hit that.
Years ago it was REFR going to 25k. Its still sitting around 5.
And then it was KTOV going to 25. Then it crashed from 12 back down to 4.
He doesn't actually have any basis for what he says. Just hopes and dreams

>> No.30301394

Of course it does not matter, same as your opinion.
However if you were a nigger tranny converted to judaism you could surely make it to the top of your society.
Yeah... I'm filtered. Poor me, we really have it bad here in yurop.

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>t. owns 90% US equities

>> No.30301725

Well it is the biggest market in the world, I can't deny that I enjoy it.
I could do better without the insufferable pretentious shit tho.

>> No.30303083

fucking piece of shit nasdump lagging again

>> No.30303478

I'm not sure where you saw this on Investopedia.
I could be wrong.

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Bought the close, let's have a good next week.. okay?

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