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>> No.14111863

First for pamp it

>> No.14111864

First time seeing one of these threads with less than 100 replies.

I'm all in crypto and dgaf about boomer shit, but thought I'd post.

>> No.14111890

>Pendulum goes to party
>sees boy sitting by himself
>goes over with confidence and introduces himself to the boy
>Hi I'm Pendulum but you can call me pendy
>Boy smiles and says, my name is C-Comfy, you can call me comfy.
>They start talking for awhile and stumble upon stock talk
>They both go over their $500 robinhood accounts
>Party starts winding down
>Pendulum ask comfy if he would like to try the gay test.. for fun he says.
>Comfy agrees and they head off to a room at the back corner of the house
>Pendulum automatically starts kissing comfy, comfy doesn't stop him but goes with it
>Pendulum turns Comfy around and takes comfys pants off and bends him over
>Pendulum starts eating Comfys ass and comfy starts to moan "ooohh ooohhh emmmmm"
>Pendulum then takes out his cock and lubes it by spitting on his hand and rubbing it all over his head and shaft
>He then shoves it in Comfys ass and starts pounding away
>fuck me! Comfy screams. Fuck me!
>Pendulum ask, "oh yeah you like that huh?"
>yes fuck me hard!
>wanna get fucked real hard?!?
>oh yes I want to get fucked real hard!
>pendulum keeps the rhythm and then goes in really deep
>once in really deep he bends over and whispers in comfys ear "buy GALT"
>as comfy struggles to get away pendulum holds him and trys to go deeper
>oh no no no! comfy cries out but pendulum has him good
>Shove that in your portfolio bitch tits!!!

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>ok I'm losing portfolio value in crypto, I'm gonna buy back into stocks since it seems my primary watches have dipped and have good growth potential
>buy today
>everything goes down
>crypto pumps back up

>> No.14111948

true story, i could hear them from the bathroom where I was doing cocaine

>> No.14111951

i don't think you could have chosen a worse point in buying stocks
we're literally in a debt bubble

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Ror! I dont remember that party. Too much scotch in the private cigar lounge area.

>> No.14111979

We've never not been in a debt bubble though, so I don't know if I necessarily agree with that. Won't change that it will probably crash eventually, but I think we got some more time

>> No.14111992

My eyes

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>He thinks I go to parties
If pendy broke into my house and raped me it would be pretty realistic

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alright lads, lets settle this once and for all

which cpu gives the most gains? i9 9900k or amd?

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Surely we'll get some buying today

>> No.14112037

AMD chips are for fags, Chads all use intel cpus and Nvidia GPUs..

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>> No.14112077

The i9 God chip atm
AMD doesn't have anything that close

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>Crypto just saved my portfolio
god damn it, this is so disappointing
I'm so so sorry BuffettSama

Just signed up for the free trial of Jim Cramer's pay club thingy. Sick of losing and could use some help. Anyone have anything they want to know about it?

Looking to start a position in NVDA, but you're scaring me now.

>Pendulum having sex is realistic
Reminder that Pendulum is the worst, and constantly contradicts himself at his own convenience. What he says is entirely dependent on the short-term price action in GALT.

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what are the consequences of acquiring a mobo setup with these parts? permanently red or permanently green when buying calls on MAXR stock?

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>> No.14112117

Good tripfag fanfiction

>> No.14112120

dammit we told you, no champagne in the sex room!

>> No.14112128

Is Intel actually a dying company or is that just a boomer meme?

>> No.14112134

check out all these pennies just up for grabs sitting here in front of this steamroller!

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CHK almost back to its 52-week low! We shakin' out the weak hands! T-THANKS FOR THE CHEAPIES.

>> No.14112161

based and divvypilled

>> No.14112162

they took a wrong turn on their current process shrink and they're in for a tough time in the short term

long term they gave enough cash to survive being uncompetitive this generation and get back into the game next gen

my plan is to wait for the dip to get nice and dippy and then buy in and hold for a year or two

>> No.14112168

Sell Snap then buy low before the weekend

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one day this will be a good long term buy. prob not today though

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>Tfw didn't buy SNAP at 6 and below

>> No.14112201

>consumer silicon
Dozens on xeons in your basement or just give up
Even my laptop has a Xeon in it nowadays

>> No.14112205

His disgusting stock recommendation certainly "raped" my portfolio.

>> No.14112247

reminder that generic pharma companies have no pricing power and couldn't reliably make money even when they were engaging in illegal price fixing

>> No.14112264

Need a dividend REIT, is NRZ still the way to go?

>> No.14112301

what do you listen to when trading?


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I wonder if LCIguy is buying the dip

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I'm possible the worst trader ITT. Bow down before your supreme bagholder, you little shits.

>Handpicked stock

>Index fund

>Index fund

>Handpicked stock

>Handpicked stock

>Handpicked stock

>Index fund

>> No.14112333

lmao i posted about AYX for mother fucking weeks in these stupid fucking threads for you god damn assholes and all of you fucking ignored me, made me feel so fucking insecure about my decisions but i can finally say and gladly to all of you... go fuck yourselves

>> No.14112343


Since inception (Januar 2018)

>> No.14112370

I had a few shekels left over from my SLV covered call so I used the capital to purchase the options to buy USO shares for the low low price of $10.50 No more day trades though so I'm going to swing this trade over night.

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Mornin' /smg/

>> No.14112377

Laughing at you retards for not buying AYX.

>> No.14112380

Total win/loss: -7.63%

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>> No.14112394

unironically not, he's a fucking imposter. again, for reinforcement, go fuck yourself

>> No.14112396

Well I'm down 33 percent since I started in December so

>> No.14112430

checked. Nice trade anon, this is a nice uptrend. Whats your target or are you out already?

>> No.14112460

Well, steamrollers go pretty fucking slow, so, like, you know...

>> No.14112463

I‘ve seen worse. Start writing covered calls.
You too; covered calls dragged me from a -33% to a +20% all time. We can all make it but only by writing premium.

Short term otm credit spreads seem to work nicely too. I‘m also considering the statistical benefits of long term (Leap or near-leap) atm debit spreads.

>> No.14112469

No samefagging. I knew that it was gold back when it IPO'd two years ago. UIPath will be the same when it goes public.

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Its pretty high but w consistent increasing divs and one of the best performers in real estate sector, consider $AMT, review their historical success and consistency

>> No.14112494

Any good resources on writing covered calls intelligently?

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>> No.14112505

yes, buy QYLD and fogettaboutit

>> No.14112520

I'll just stick to my momentum trading around price action using the long options for the leverage.

>> No.14112537

If you own 100 QQQ you'll make a lot more doing it manually and reinvesting to buy more QQQ

>> No.14112541

My boss literally "invests" by looking at a chart of the price and deciding whether it's a "good" buy or not based on the market price and whether it looks like it's going up. No valuation involved otherwise.

How do brainlets like this even breathe

>> No.14112549

no you won't.

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Buy a good stock, then write a call on it. It really is that simple. As long as your underlying doesn‘t shit the bed you‘re good.
Ahead of the Pack (tm).
Would you like to livetest a strategy for me then? Buy a $10 wide atm debit spread on Visa exp jan 17, 2020. Should be like 35% gains if u win.

>> No.14112562

Wait thats what I do
How did he steal my secret techniques

>> No.14112565

You don't think you can make an extra 10% writing calls yourself?
And QQQ beats QYLD in capital appreciation
How am I wrong?

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What are his returns?

Sounds like a neato strat, if you're okay with a possible rando spike taking you out of 100 shares at some point

>> No.14112586

Not very good. Sometimes he gets lucky sometimes he doesn't (obviously). It's just such a brainlet way to look at investing i was dumbfounded

>> No.14112601

yes you will, the jew ETF manager steals his fee

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One of Japans most well known and successful day traders, amassed billions in his pajamas at home

>> No.14112612

tie up $1000 for 6 months? fuck that. I just made 40% on that $1000 in like 2 hours bro.

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>> No.14112635

50bps over the year vs. me being assed to write them, not to mention the fees to do so if you're not on robinhood. definitely not a "lot" more as the person i replied to originally indicated.

>> No.14112640

Based, but he only won because of a single fat finger trade some other firm made by accident - he was the first to scoop up the free win. Still pretty baller tho and he did have a decent track record before and after.
You dont have to ride out the whole term, could prolly cash out early af with Visa‘s growth.

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>> No.14112659

obviously some math genius who was too autistic to go work for a hedge fund

>> No.14112769

thanks man. and I sold at 104 then re-entered yesterday at 94.88

>> No.14112811

ooh you murdered it

>> No.14112819

also to answer your question about a target, i tend to scale off the price targets, since they never seem to be met upon announcement. Monday, price targets were roughly $111 by GS and it failed at 106. today they get bumped to $120, so i'm expecting failure around 111-115 that is if it can breach this 106 resistance

>> No.14112833

Anyone know what's up with AMRS?

>> No.14112844

looks like its in a distribution phase, try to accumulate under $3.50

>> No.14112848

lol no shit on my brother who took a 30K account to 3K or so. He bought several bio stocks at the top and bagheld, ALT, BPTH, PRPO, India Weed or whatever it went to otc markets, gambling addiction is so messed up, I got him help and hes getting better but god damn

Seriously get this

>> No.14112853

>And QQQ beats QYLD in capital appreciation
it looks that way because QYLD price reflects the underlying being called away when that happens. your QQQ's might look more valuable but in the case where you sell your calls for a loss, or have a chunk of your QQQ called away at a lower price, it'd be the same value in the end.

>> No.14112856

They're refusing to post their Q1 results. It could mean that they're bad and they're trying to come up with something to tell the investors, or they could be good and they're trying to come up with a complete picture of what to tell investors, or it could mean that accounting screwed the pooch again and they're redoing their numbers or it could mean that they just don't give a fuck anymore. Either way just hold, and buy the dip.

>> No.14112860

good goy, pay those fees instead of spending 5 minutes a month managing your investments

>> No.14112878

how do they calculate the boomer jones industrial average? Is it just the price of all the dow 30 stocks added together?

>> No.14112879

Ok. So let's use an example of what I just bought: PLUG. I bought it at an average of 2.67. What would I write a call for to come out ahead? Gonna read up on investopedia real quick to make sure I know what's what

>> No.14112882

that's some fascinating shit. definitely putting a pin in this one for next year

>> No.14112886

You're wrong

>> No.14112888

>not writing TQQQ calls instead

>> No.14112911

nah, i'm not. i'm never wrong.

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Yeah, its shit

Also, peep $FRT. Don't know much about it, just that its a div aristocrat, rare small group that has increased its annual dividend for the past 25 years consistently (reliable) AND its annual yield is currently at 3.27%, pretty juicy REIT

>> No.14112931

you must not be intelligent

>> No.14112956

You will get far more for a TQQQ call than a QQQ one

>> No.14112962
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Isn't XLK better than QQQ and QYLD? I know their exp ratio is lower than QQQ

>> No.14112969

Reminder to buy NAKD, they're trying how best to spin the good financial news into hype for their company, that is why earnings was delayed
>Source: sleeping with the CEO

>> No.14112986

>So let‘s use an example of what I just bought: PLUG.
Step 1 was buying a good stock, not memeshit lmao. You wanna look for stuff that‘s somewhat volatile and has good option‘s liquidity, with a lot of strikes and expiries available. Like AMD, SBUX, Cloud shit, Tech sector, Spy etfs, Foodchads, that kinda stuff that everybody‘s trading all the time. You need good premiums to make it worth while, like, bare minimum premiums would be something like ford in 2-3 weeks.

>> No.14113019

Shopping centers eh? I'm thinking about trying to hop on this "opportunity zone" wave (investing in low-income areas with juicy capital gains tax relief) one way or another

>> No.14113021

yeah it makes up like 70% of my portfolio right now anon

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Learn about rebalancing portfolios. The basic idea is this:
>pick a ratio of socks/bonds/crypto
>every year at the start of the year, sell and buy to meet that ratio

For example, let's say you want 50/25/25. You start with $1000: $500 in stocks, $250 in bonds, and $250 in crypto. This exposes you to a good amount of risk for a young person (21-35).

Now, it's been a year, and stocks have boomed, bonds have stayed the same, and crypto tanked. Now, you have $750 in stocks, $250 in bonds, and $150 in crypto.

If you do nothing, the next stock bust will wipe out your gains, and you won't benefit from the crypto & bond booms that follow. So, rebalance.

Remember, you want 50/25/25. You have more than $1000, now, so leave $575 in stocks, move $37 to bonds, and move $138 into crypto.

Now, you have $575 in stocks, $287 in bonds, and $288 in crypto. When the bust/boom cycle switches over, you're positioned to gain more.

>But what if stocks still go up, and crypto keeps going down?
You'll still make money. You have 50% of your potfolio in stocks.

>If I know the boom/bust is about to switch, why wouldn't I move all my money into one type of asset?
Nobody knows when the boom/bust cycle changes over. Balancing just makes you ready when it does.

>This sounds like a lot of math.
It's 10 minutes with a calculator, once a year. Git gud.

>I'm still not sold.
Pick up "The Elements of Investing." It explains rebalancing in more detail.

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>> No.14113049

xlk and qqq are similar but track different indices. qyld writes calls so it's not really the same type of index product.

>> No.14113052

I just want to remind everybody: Timing the market > time in the market!

>> No.14113057

Ah ok I see. So what about GOPRO? Total meme stock around here, but it has the volatile nature and volume that seems like it would fit. How far otm would I generally aim for a call, in your opinion, if I was to write one for that?

>> No.14113077

You shouldn't be trading options

>> No.14113078

Write the call ITM so that when it drops like a rock the call is OTM and you can keep the fatter premium and your heavy bags.

>> No.14113079

Bonus points for adjusting weights as you rebalance according to its return on equity. If you got RH, I suggest rebalancing everyday at close. You can even make a nice little excel sheet to help you know how many of what you need to buy and sell.

>> No.14113083

it might be, i'll look into it

>> No.14113091

Sounds good, I need to get better at holding myself to spreads anyways, so I'll pick it up and check it out. Cheers, fren

>> No.14113112

NRZ is the way to go, they have a hedged portfolio.

>> No.14113113

This is higher quality than any tripfag shitpost i've seen in these threads.

>> No.14113122

>rebalancing daily
Have fun on tax day.

Adjusting weights is too complicated for most beginners, so I'd skip it unless you want to start with a toy portfolio and compare side-by-side with a much larger, simpler portfolio. This way, you can learn from your mistakes without losing too much money.


>> No.14113124

yes almost if there is a reason for that

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This is a great post, thank you so much

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different strategies, sometimes one will outperform the other. hard to predict the future.

>> No.14113136

It has attractive premiums atm, but goddamn if that shit isn‘t prone to drop 20% on a bad ER lmao. You could write far itm like >>14113078 said. Itm call writing won‘t give you nearly as much return as atm/otm obviously, but it does offer more security.

Also, you should really have like, at least 3 grand for this. No meme shit, no pennies, nothing that‘ll wipe you out on a bad ER. I would not do this on gpro.

>> No.14113144

this isn't even a good way to see which is better because they're dividend based

>> No.14113161

I've a small position in Micron. This shit looks pretty bad rn and in the near future. What would you do, hold or sell?

>> No.14113163

Cool. Well you've given me a pretty good place to start, so I'll probably start reading up on it, maybe I'll do some of that fake portfolio shit on the side until I feel I have a good grasp.

Cheers, friend. And FUCK GOPRO LOL

>> No.14113168

agree, but QYLD has a higher div yield

>> No.14113184

>Adjusting weights is too complicated for most beginners
Here‘s the formula for rebalancing stocks:

S‘ = W * T / P - S

Where S‘ is how many stocks you buy (sell if negative), W is the weight given, T is your total portfolio value, P is the stocks price, and S is how many shares you own currently. If you can‘t figure out how to use this equation, you have to go back to 6th grade maths.

>> No.14113187

Boomer here. What's a crypto? Like a certificate of deposit?

>> No.14113201

semiconductor companies are cyclical and known to shit the bed during a crash

>> No.14113222

fake and gay

>> No.14113236

When is fed meeting

>> No.14113245

To be fair, many zoomers can't into 6th grade math. Current gf has trouble remembering PEMDAS.

>tl;dr —We made money on computers. Fraud is harder than with paper, credit, and debit. It's also free to transact. You can't buy very much, so it's mostly used as a speculative investment.
Wouldn't buy unless you do your due diligence (and have high risk tolerance). Personally, I'm 70/30 stocks/bonds.

>> No.14113255

next week we get our shit post, i'm going to save a day trade to do a strait momentum play and grab like 150 percents off that shit.

>> No.14113281

Really? Damn dude... how tf do we fix american education?

>> No.14113298

There ain't no crash tho, I think it's the Huawei ban. Every company who worked with Huawei is affected. I Just read this article https://finance.yahoo.com/news/micron-mu-earnings-sales-projected-233011379.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAAqYbQwPJkD6GfJ06rs03hnQREOLDnIY2wafyEMiU9AMfGDJnq5-tA67e6oCB878_hA5tDGDXe8R39P4qefABHoSrZC1fY5Wix-h7y1BR7YCa4l_KS4DlXwGhqPS5H-NTDV8E12nsx36pt1wNtgOQErEUS3W5DST_HwVWEKjtQ-3 , looks fucken grim.

>> No.14113310

Raise standards, let kids fail out (or force them to re-take classes until they're competent). Only way a high school degree will mean anything.

>> No.14113333

ok, its your money, not mine. don't blame me if you lose it

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Do most people rebalance yearly on the literal first week of January? Or the last week of Dec?

>> No.14113358

I appreciate your reasons anyway. I just wanted to hear what someone else has to say, cuz I think I'm getting a bit emotional and that ain't good.

>> No.14113359

>tfw I buy using the secret "looks good to me" technique and am up so far in life
Who knew there were actual skills involved in the stock market...

>> No.14113367

Most people don‘t rebalance at all lol. But to be fair, commissions eat into frequent balancing so yea usually once a year, or every quarter if you‘re a fund manager. In a perfectly ideal world, you should be rebalancing continuously, as often as physically possible, and slightly nudging the weights each time based on the stock‘s performance.

>> No.14113371

Sounds pretty racist

>> No.14113410

Hmm. I have several mutual funds in my IRA, should I rebalance those or is that what the fund manager is doing already with individual equities? Or will the long run just let me ride out any cycles that occur?

>> No.14113411

All you have to do is buy it when it's rising and then sell it when it starts to dip because nobody actually buys at the tippy top or the lowest of low so you just trade the wave until it stops. (they) don't want poor people to make easy money though so we can only get 3 day trades until you have enough capital that you don't even need to make more since you have enough.

>> No.14113427

i rebalance on dips

>> No.14113443

Most folks I know, yeah. Personally, I also "sell in May and go away," which is perhaps the one good stock market meme.

>Most institutional (big money) investors go on summer break. This means lower volume — and generally fewer gains —between May and October.

>This means you should do any selling in late April or early May, and start buying in mid-October or early September.

>Of course, this doesn't protect you from crashes that coincide with the September-April period.

In my experience, this has worked out well. I did the math, and I would have gained less if I stayed in the market from May-October the past 5 years. But take it with a grain of salt, and do your own research.

When you're just starting out, pick a day of your choice and stick to it.

>> No.14113458

Do you actually believe the way to make money is day trading? And 25k would be the end of your worries?

Maybe you are as retarded as you seem. I thought it was some kind of act

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>we can only get 3 day trades
Mutts kek.

Are you a trader, if so, do you trade with you whole stack? What's your annual yield%?

>> No.14113529

Zuc is so fucking ugly it hurts.

>> No.14113598

I could literally cover my living expenses for life with 25k. Plug that shit into QYLD on margin and that‘s 50k returning 1% avg yield a month to you in divvies. Or sell deep itm calls on stuff.

>> No.14113639

i get -90% returns monthly.

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BIG DICK LCI is going to close green today.

>> No.14113674

OMFG i'm getting fucked on my USO calls. Son of a bitch.

>> No.14113728

what happens if theres another bear market? can QYLD even suspend the dividend? will it implode?

>> No.14113766

divfren here, shill me on QYLD, what happens during a bear market? and will it be around for the time it takes to compound divvies and get your principal back?

>> No.14113776

i apparently have short term memory loss

>> No.14113788

ah, the old Reddit favorite
tell me one thing MU does better than Samsung
if you can't think of anything, sell. if you can, tell me and I'll buy

>> No.14113789

They will just keep writing at the money calls on a lower price

>> No.14113817

>what happens if theres another bear market?
>bear market
What is this lol?

Your equity stake in qyld would go down obv, but the dividends are paid using premiums received so that shit would stay alive cashflow wise. With a large enough position, your equity shouldn‘t even matter if the divvys keep flowing.

When I was writing calls on AMD, I was getting like 5% weekly returns. These fuckers only pay 1% a month approx and reinvest the rest to write more calls with. Just think about how powerful that can be.

>> No.14113876

QYLD is a fucking Bernie Madoff Scheme.

>> No.14113884

afaik QYLD doesn't beat just buying and holding QQQ

>> No.14113908

Shut up retard

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>> No.14113956

Dump X and buy puts.
tonights the night

>> No.14113969

>inb4 Trump announces new 50% tariffs on chinese steal.

>> No.14113975

but if we have a bear market, all those calls are going to be worthless and expire as such using up the premium. So how is the divvy going to be paid ?

>> No.14113977

if it is a active managed fund, it will be rebalanced on the decision of the manager and charged to you via the expense ratio. if you have an index fund, which have far lower expense ratios it will be automatically balanced to reflect the index.

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Pic related

Thing is, they lost the manufacturing lead to TSMC (and Samsung), so it's unlikely they're going to get it back anytime soon.

Also note that their current 14+++nm process is extremely mature. Die shrinks normally bring a reduction clock speed at first until the process matures (Intel's Tick-Tock cycle comes into mind before they fucked it up).

However, they've hired Jim Keller (legendary CPU designer who also had his part in AMD's Ryzen) and their next goal seems to be chip stacking (something AMD is also planning to do). How they're going to solve the issues of heat pockets remains to be seen. Or what they're gonna do with their fabs.

Intel's new CEO is also a finance guy instead of a tech guy, so he might lack the vision to get Intel's shit together. Just look at AMD, which was almost bankrupt, before Dr Lisa Su (an electrical engineer) took over and started fixing the company.

>> No.14113981

in an up market you're right. flat market qyld shines, down market it'll cushion the blow a little bit.

>> No.14114002

Can confirm, been posting here for a couple years. Baggie is always making losing bets.

>> No.14114009

if you know its going to be a down market just hold cash

>> No.14114023

X is going high tonight. complete dump tomorrow

>> No.14114024

if i could time the market i wouldn't be wasting my time with dividend paying products

>> No.14114030

Yeah we're in a crab market right now when a covered call strategy is ok, but you can just time the market and not even worry about complicated option strategies. Just do the old buy low sell high.

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cuttlefish day

>> No.14114034

the fund sells/writes calls. it doesn't buy them

>> No.14114043

For me, it's QYLD PCY and CEFL for a comfy flat market

>> No.14114073

what is a crab market?

pls no bully

>> No.14114083

we know that up markets last longer than down markets
therefore you should always be holding qqq if you think you can't time the market

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Rate my portfolio, frens. Great payout last month!

>> No.14114106

markets not going up or down, it's going sideways. and it's been going on for a long fucking time.

>> No.14114134

i agree..if i could only hold 1, i would hold QQQ. but right now i already have plenty of exposure to equities, and i dont really like to pile on during all time highs when i have extra cash, so i buy some alternative stuff to help account for different market outcomes

>> No.14114172

ok, that makes sense if you're in retirement or will need your money in the next 5-10 years

>> No.14114189

about 5 years away from retirement

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it'd be better if they meet up, someone pays the other to hit them with a lead pipe then skull-fuck

probably make for a slightly more kinky greentext at least
more realistic too

and then baggie walks in as they hear the fed helichopper outside...

>> No.14114227

>all those calls are going to be worthless
... you do know what writing a call means, right?

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bought all the gas station companies
lettuce see who performs the best, Chevron, BP

>> No.14114283

I paid $13,88 per share of my SLV and then sold a $14 call for $3, SLV is now trading at $13.84. I still lost a dollar on this fucking deal,

>> No.14114370

whats with all the german brands gaying it up

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>> No.14114425

Does anyone know of a way to get an alert for stocks crossing their monthly bollinger bands?

Schwab alerts seem limited to static price targets, daily moves above a given %, and crossing the SMA, a few others but not what I want.

>> No.14114465

You might check out Tradingview

>> No.14114477

have an intern watch the chart and have them call you when it happens.

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>tfw I fucking jinxed it

>> No.14114524

TA is a meme and you should just write calls and spreads instead.

>> No.14114627
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calls and spreads are fancy forms of gambling
LSD to help you pick good dividend companies to invest in instead

then get your degenerate gambling fix from dollar cost averaging (and/or play with the falling knife) between exdiv dates if you really must

>> No.14114636

I am taking a real pounding on NAKD today. This better be worth it.

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Can't, too much of a brainlet to understand options. Yeah yeah, the right to buy or sell 100 shares of a stock at a certain price, but once it comes to writing or spreads, I just tard out.

Also, the only stocks I have 100+ shares of get "There are no options for the given underlying symbol."

I wish I had sold everything and bought the dip in MO...

Thanks, been meaning to check out TV and Koifin... but I just started getting into StreetSmart Edge

>> No.14114663

Anybody else taking the Utah jazz with win the cup tonight?

>> No.14114672

>yeah better make it so i get 1% upside while retaining 100% downside

>> No.14114675

>real estate isn't leveraged investing
Writing covered calls is less risky than owning stocks

>> No.14114696

lrn2 probabilities

>> No.14114728
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>I literally told you bullnigs to be cautious with these pumps
>I told you guys not to go into full greed mode

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>keep forgetting that the market closes at 1
>it's 12:45
Damn it I gotta get my shit together

Hey, is it time to buy cowgirls yet?

>> No.14114759

everyone knows that writing covered calls doesnt make more than just holding in the long run

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>> No.14114779

wtf is up with MAXR
they had a successful launch and the shorts are still fucking us over

>> No.14114780

Did you buy XOM?
Right now it's a risky move because oil seems to be dumping in price too much

>> No.14114783

You dont have to write them at the money

>> No.14114800

Should've sold PLUG at 2.7 goddamit

>> No.14114814

Got XOM at 71, today i got shell, BP, chevron and valero
oil dumping is the reason, I think itll be rangey at the psychological 49 support for a while

>> No.14114828

it doesn't matter where you write them buddy

>> No.14114877

All investing is gambling. What happens if T slashes their dividend because Randall wasted ER on hookers and blow? At least 10 anons here would be rekt.
It‘s never too late to learn. Keep building up your capital tho and write your first call on a broad market index or slow moving bluechip to get the hang of it. Practical experience is worth 1000 explanations.
Weak bait. Covered calls are so safe your Grandma can do it.

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>tfw the Fed will have to buy equities next time

>> No.14114910

no ;_;

i've amassed a sizable portfolio without knowing much of shit beside DCA and hold. its actually amazing how little you need to know to be successful at investing.

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no more DF flips for me, I made enough money on em
not terrible to buy here, but not a sure thing ofc.

hey I SWEAR that if you bet on the blues again and cause them to lose I'm never talking to you again

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>my reign of terror begins

>> No.14114955
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Ding ding ding! How did everyone do today? I'm down .07%, another nothing day. I drank a little too much poppyseed tea last night and slept for 13 hours, good thing today was my day off. I feel great though, I turned my AC on for the first time, a snug dreamless sleep under my weighted blanket (no nightmares) is an incredibly luxury.

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Up 0.88% today. Definitely slower without the AMD... but I can‘t complain.

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Up .28% so nothing much but I got some divvies coming soon so that's nice. Reminder to buy AMD.

>> No.14114988

I haven't liked them since their CEO committed suicide by driving into a concrete wall kek

>> No.14114991

Down 0.74% ($174)

>> No.14115003

I think I was pretty much sideways
don't have my phone on me though

>> No.14115007

You crab hacks think youre non partisan but this is a godamn Bullmarket and the facemelting uptrend is coming

green day, and yes its getting very hot and hard to sleep

>> No.14115011

+39.2% Timing the market > Time in the market.

>> No.14115014


Huawei cancelling laptop production due to the US blacklist is killing semis.

>> No.14115025

no no, for garbage you want WM. stable value stock, that one

>> No.14115030
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options are zero-sum by design, the only way for some to win is for others to fail (equally as much)

with investing, everyone wins (assuming the company is properly managed and retaining or exceeding organic growth)
the investors win because their stocks become more valuable, and the company wins, since it uses the extra capital to make their business more valuable (creating a positive feedback loop!)

with investing you are trading your money for someone else's labor (or resources), which is to be repaid to you at a later date (whenever you sell the stock) for a different amount of money in return (whatever the stock is worth when you finally do sell)

options is just telling a bookie (investing broker) what you think the price will do, and paying out or getting payed based on how right you are compared to others
its not random gambling, but it is non-beneficial to everyone who isnt holding options (or anyone who isnt a stock broker)

can you even into second order differentials?

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A nice green $VRUS day.

>> No.14115129

Well if you want to buy a stock, but won't have the cash for said stock for a while, you could just buy an options contract so you can purchase the shares for what ever price you want by the time you come up with the money.

>> No.14115177

>having an income

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You're supposed to have an income, nigger.

>> No.14115212

Lulu is down today going into earnings... is it finally time to grab some of that yogapants ass, or is it going to tank like the rest of clothing?

>> No.14115223

false, invest in the ETF of literally any other country than the US and you would not make any money. If you had invested in the jap market you would have lost money.

investing is gambling, pure and simple

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>getting a loan from elsewhere so you can afford to fund a loan to someone else

>>false, invest in the ETF of literally any other country than the US and you would not make any money. If you had invested in the jap market you would have lost money.

>dont play by the laws of supply and demand
>get wrecked
investing in companies that do not float freely in the market is gambling, but pure wholesome capitalist businesses do get pure wholesome organic growth (as shownin USA based companies' very positive returns compared to many nations)

hasnt EU government bonds given negative yields for over a decade now, with EU central bank preaching about sudden positive growth "within the next couple years" for close just as long?

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guess i should have bought even more AMD stock

>> No.14115343

Down 0.30%

>> No.14115352

Are you that spider silk guy? Damn it, how do you keep finding these gems?

>> No.14115367

the US is clearly a dying country who hasn't even been able to raise its GDP in the last 10 years without debt financing

>> No.14115370

>Hold music for LULU's conference call is Queen's We Are the Champions

that's him.
It's fucking amazing, I wonder if he crawls all the pennystock forums and newsletters

>> No.14115386

nigger tripfags piss out my ass

>> No.14115390

Down 1% - did not trade today though just held and watched

>> No.14115395

How does this 3 dimensional 1 sided object even exist?

>> No.14115399

AMD about to suduko, i hope you bought your puts baggy

>> No.14115415

>T O P O L O G Y

>> No.14115430

Aaaaaand there it goes.

Athleisure is the only clothes people are buying, I'm a fucking retard for not snatching this for the quick 4-5% gains day-trade, or even a buy-and-hold until the zoomers decide if they want to wear real clothes or not.

>> No.14115441

I'm all out of day trades so I sold a covered call on SLV. I'm not going to be able to trade again until the shit post. Hopefully my SLV gets assigned and I can get maximum value from it. This is what's called a win win, since I get maximum value and the guy who bought the call will probably get some profit too.

>> No.14115528

SLVO already does that

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Fortuna smiles upon me.

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AMD's going to rape and plunder for years to come.

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>> No.14115580

>Lulu getting at that Chinese Japanese Korean market

Uhhh... is this smart? Don't they still have some sort of modesty?

And butts definitely aren't as big there. Literally and figuratively.

>> No.14115605

i wrote so much truth the servers themselves blessed me with reach even beyond my own post

>> No.14115623

Figurative butts?

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>> No.14115635

figuratively big
They're not as big physically, but they're also not as "big" as in important or obsessed over

>> No.14115702

Down but overall I'm up 1.78% so still in the green.

Aside note: Go ARMN! Go AMRN! Go!

>> No.14115756


Yoga pants are still very comfortable even if you wear other stuff over top of them for modesty. I expect Lulu will do well in Japan and Korea. China I dunno.

>> No.14115827

Didn't those chinks invent yoga? I would expect there to be a big demand for pants to do the yoga in.

>> No.14115865

No, it was Indians

>> No.14115887


Oh i dunno they probably have some special traditional robes for it or something. The chinese do tai chi, I think. Not yoga.


Right, right.

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silly bagler, it's a well known fact that there isn't a single woman in the world who actually practices yoga

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>> No.14115951

so if your girl says she's going to yoga class it means she's cheating on you?

>> No.14115972
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There is a notable lack of fireballs in modern yoga, yes.

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no joke yes, look how many dumb wh*te women were fuckin that Bikram Choudhury scam artist kekkies

>> No.14115989

>poppyseed tea
> (no nightmares) is an incredibly luxury

Damn ding ding ding bro, how many tours did you do in Afghanistan?

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Increase your suspicion if she wears these.

>> No.14116032
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$O afterhours mmmm
thank u the monthly dividend company [registered trademark]

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None lol, I was too young for the stan, too young for any war. I've just had a strange may and early june, /haunt/ levels rising (maybe peaked). On sunday night I had my worst nightmare in maybe 2 years, woke up sick and was fucked up the whole day

>> No.14116141

muh pee pee

>> No.14116161

O and NNN are reit dividend aristocrats whtat are 10/10
But I'm waiting for the crash :^)
>wh***s trying to eastern religion

>> No.14116179
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what do you have nightmares about?
I mean, you don't have to describe it directly for obvious reasons, but I'm curious
shapes and colors, a sort of abstract fear? or more realized forms (insects, animals, people)? or situations?

I don't ever really get 'true' nightmares, I can remember one dream I had from over a decade ago where I KNEW a polar bear was approaching my location and I had to get out by going through a lampshade. But that was just one act of a longer dream, it wasn't a true nightmare.
There was also a crazy movie-like dream where there was some weird old small-towny situation where there were spiders sucking blood and storing it inside trees. but that one wasn't even scary for some reason.

So I'm really interested in other peoples' nightmares because I don't really get scary dreams

>> No.14116200

what's that app? is it the basic investing tool for everyonme around here? i'm searching for some apps that can teach me something about investing. i already have nasdaq quotes. is there one for like investopedia or anything to learn more about investing?

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Not going to make it faggot

>> No.14116253

Read the OP
Open a 401k and IRA
All in Vtsax for you my friend
Keep stacking vtsax for 40 years

>> No.14116273

what is vtsax?

>> No.14116295

No no anon, that‘s step 3. You have to start with step 1 first
>Read the OP

>> No.14116307

DYOR man...is everything in your life spoonfed to you?

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>> No.14116331

read the OP, and khan academy is helpful too


>> No.14116366

So normie

>> No.14116369

>Market is closed for the day
Time to start shilling my NAKD bags so I can sell a pump :^)

>> No.14116471

He literally said the only problem he had with Hitler was that he didn't complete his work. Then he built an empire bilking hippies and boomer womens. He's kind of my hero.

>> No.14116481
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My dreams are always pretty vivid and movie-like, if that makes sense. I used to practice lucid dreaming and actually got it to work pretty regularly, but I stopped because it amounts to having an involuntary six hour acid trip instead of actually resting and that gets exhausting. I pretty frequently have a powerful, pervasive impression that there's some critical piece of information or something that I'm missing but which informs everyone else's motivations and actions. Monday's was horrific, I was back in college and a military officer of some kind made me look at photos of my mom having a miscarriage; she was nude and squatting in a gutter with these twin macrocephalic corpses. It was truly foul, there were all these glossy early-90s looking photos with their blown out colors and red pupils, and they seemed to fill my vision and squirm around in his hands. Doesn't compare to the time I unironically think I saw what was in Kenneth Grant's mauve zone a few years ago though, I still remember every second of that dream and think of it all the time.
Guenon is rad btw, ever read King of the World?

>> No.14116522

I should start questioning reality again. Those 6 hour acid trips are awesome.

>> No.14116599

I only dream in 3rd person view, is this normal?

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>King of the World

looks interesting
I've only read the most accessible and pedestrian Guenon translations
I feel like certain writings are more applicable to understanding society, and other works are just for practitioners of whatever esoteric traditions

I don't dream much, and I've only done the thing where I realize it's a dream and grab control a few times. I never get 6 hours out of it, only a few minutes of flying and jumping

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divfren here, i've decided to put $100 per month into XRP as a growth play to complement my mutual funds and divvy portfolio.

rate my stupidity from 1 to over 9000 with over 9000 bringing me to tripfriend levels of stupidity

>> No.14116741

>no US etf has been negative for awhile
Anon I....

>> No.14116746

Did I post in this thread

>> No.14116765

Because most drugs are a hard sell when chronic diseases require simple changes to lifestyle to avoid having to take the medication. Not to mention most treatable diseases these days are not entirely life threatening.

>> No.14116784

Mind-boggling how many anons post here without reading the OP

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why XRP haha?

100/month isn't that much. I don't understand why you wouldn't do something like 50% BTC, 25% ETH and LTC. or maybe 60/20/20/20 BTC/ETH/LTC/XRP

I assume you already hold some precious metals?

If not, you can buy physical or check out ETNs like GLDI, SLVO, and USOI that write covcalls on commods so you get a div AND you hedge equity exposure with commodities. obvs USOI will track more to equities so GLDI and SLVO are the real hedge

>> No.14116861

why have these threads turned into such shitposting bullshit? I hardly bother coming here lately. 290 posts in and basically nothing of value

>> No.14116865

maybe i'll spread it out over BTC, ETH etc. but I can actually see and understand why XRP exists, the other's I can't. I just invest in what I understand.

No metals. I'd rather invest in companies that will harvest asteroids or find and extract rare earth elements than hold actual precious metals.

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I'm glad $VRUS traded 17 million shares sideways today, up slightly.

The more we get these levels cemented in with healthy share shuffles the stronger the levels of support will be.

Where the $VRUS bois at?

>> No.14116878

Easier to stick to Tequila

>> No.14116906

Once a week there will be some decent discussion. I'm not sure what you expected though - it's summer on 4chan.

>> No.14116955

>Bought jcp at 0.89 60 shares.
> today it's at 1.08.

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no movement boring day so youtube it is :)

wof wof

meow meow

daily asmr


daily berserk

daily d3

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no movement boring day so youtube it is :)

wof wof

meow meow

daily asmr


daily berserk

daily d3

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>> No.14117080

I just expected better I guess. I've seen a steady decline in these threads and now it's like half shitposting, a quarter fucking discord tripfags, and the other quarter is people larping

>> No.14117163

Don't forget shilling garbage! I mean some of it is still pretty entertaining. I don't really come here to learn (though sometimes I do!) or anything, just to socialize, share ideas, and enjoy myself. Like all of 4chan there's a lot of bullshit to was through to get to anything of value.

>> No.14117173

not bad. they were on my divvy watch list for a REIT. their FFO look pretty solid too

>> No.14117212

who's larping?

>> No.14117230

kys brainlet

>> No.14117233

you gonna post a stock pick or something? otherwise youre just one of those faggots that tells their co-workers to 'stop chatting'

>> No.14117321

These threads were always shit, anon. Heaven hath no mercy for faggots.

Also snib snab obbshun sellors win again xDD (,-,)

>> No.14117369

Does writing puts have infinite loss potential?

>> No.14117466

Just bought 10,000 shares of ATHR.CN
Disruptive catalytic converter technology that doesn’t use Platinum, and is more effective than platinum based converters. They just started marketing it should moon in a month. I found it using morningstar.

>> No.14117593

no, since stock can't go below zero.

>> No.14117642

I don't get it. Why can't there be a guaranteed yes or no on whether to keep FB on a 30-year horizon?

>> No.14117771

I don't want to play anything short term until I figure out just what the fuck the fed is doing, nothing makes sense right now

>> No.14117790

no writing puts is pretty straightforward, the worst possible thing that can happen is you're assigned and you end up owning shares. you can figure out what the implications of that is

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Yuru camp has such cute winter outfits. Scarves are somewhat rare to see in my part of Canada. Most people use a fleece muffler (pic related) instead as there is no need to tie it or deal with loose ends flapping around.

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>> No.14118069

So... you're supposed to sell puts on companies you like, so if they end up surging and you're assigned, you end up owning a company you like?

based. ridley a qt
good job disney!

>> No.14118112

>so if they end up surging
you are assigned if the price goes below the strike price

>> No.14118146

Ugh, I just lost all of my ETH except 1, and half my BTC by having relatively conservative limit sells that were triggered today.

Making money should feel good...

Whooops! I'm a dumb.

>> No.14118239

>So... you're supposed to sell puts on companies you like, so if they end up surging and you're assigned, you end up owning a company you like?

I think that's a sensible strategy. On the one hand if, the put expires above the strike price (or just isn't exercises), you still profited from the premium of the put. You are potentially sacrificing higher gains if you could have made more by just buying shares outright, but you still made what you had decided was an acceptable profit. On the other hand, if the put expires below the strike price, you can get assigned the shares. This is equivalent to purchasing the shares at a cost basis of your strike price minus thr premium, so you're effectively buying the shares at a discount to what you would have paid if you had bought them instead of selling the put. If you like the company's stock, assuming the price hasn't tanked too far since you sold the put, it can be a good deal for you.

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>> No.14118358

How can you own 100 shares of both sbuc and o and only have an account balance of 8k?

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>> No.14118411

new when

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