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>> No.14980097
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Ror! Good morning everyone! Just got done with my workout. Saw LCI down some more, but the futures today are greeny green! Anybody have fidelity's bull of the day?

>> No.14980320

Fidelity? No. But SNSS? Yes.

>> No.14980351

SNSS's bull of the day: WMT! :-D

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>american company with 3000% potential like Nvidia once
>concept of the company provides electric cars with far greater range and faster charging
>large global car producer already backs company
>company recently announced that it plans on increasing it's production capacities by a factor of 30
Anybody know who they could be talking about?


>> No.14980432

Today is the day we meme leukemia out of existence!

>> No.14980445

SNSS is working out decently right now mark

>> No.14980479

Galt to $0 today

>> No.14980534
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tfw i sold galt at 3.96 with a 2% gain and got out of that dumpster fire of a stock

>> No.14980576

how long do i need to hold a stock in order to get dividends? can i just buy the stock right before they pay out and then sell right after getting it?

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>> No.14980611

hey mark. is this the snss golden pump or do I still have time to make a better entry?

>> No.14980627

>BYND up 7% premarket

Is it unironically free money at this point?

>> No.14980654

wait for the bubble to pop. bought some twitter yesterday, can't wait to see some green.

>> No.14980662

5 minutes with Google.

SK Innovation.

>> No.14980732

It just seems like this bubble has a long way to go. There must be a lot of shorts they still need to defeat.

>> No.14980736
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>Why do I still own NVAX

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hi bobo. a close friend of mine lost like 2000 dollars in nvax. i actually work at a pharma company that's just a few blocks down from them. fuck that shit company

>> No.14980804

fuck beyond meat, fuck silver, fuck the S&P and fuck Bobo too.

>> No.14980809

>Japan will decide on Aug. 2 to remove South Korea from its list of countries allowed under preferential arrangements to buy products that could be diverted for military use, sources familiar with the plan said Friday.
>the envisaged removal that could affect more than 1,000 items including electronic parts and machinery, a sharp increase from the three chip-related materials currently targeted.

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Watch it Baggie

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> fuck beyond meat

Why the fuck is it still rising? Who is so insane and still buys at these prices?

>> No.14980919

>head and shoulders
Is dandruff a common problem among autists?

>> No.14980920
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>tfw portfolio is stagnant
it hurts bros

>> No.14980936

>7 figure portfolio
You're doing just fine, guy.

>> No.14980962

hey mark. things might be looking good for SNSS today!

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Blessed be our SNSS shares

>> No.14981000

Those short puts I sold on SNSS are still ITM, I might get some assigned to me next month.

>> No.14981023

I have $400 to invest today. Should I buy another 200 shares of ODP while it's still under $2?

>> No.14981028

Something tells me to short GDX today.

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Here we goooo!

>> No.14981059

lmoa you recognized it without having the name legible. Wait, how do you know it's head and shoulders and not garnier fructis or some such?

>> No.14981106

Because they sell them at the store?

Plus I used to use it. Pretty unique bottle. White, with blue cap. Really though, is it a common problem? I would not be surprised.

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Morning lads!


>> No.14981112

Fuck you, AMD, why can't you go down, so I can scoop up some cheapies?

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hope you're all in for Twitter.

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>mfw REKR

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>Twitter gains

Get in loser, we're going shopping.

>> No.14981196

>SNSS up 7.69% already today

>> No.14981206

Wtf is happening to Google and Twitter?

>> No.14981232
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What's a better play before earnings: TWLO, AMD, or NVDA?

>> No.14981255

Moon mission for meme stocks today

>> No.14981290

And fuck jannies

>> No.14981330

Shill me some pennystocks or other big gainz stocks. I have taken a beating and need to make up some losses.

>> No.14981353

>Short UVXY
Free money
>Short UVXY
Free money
>Short UVXY
Free money
>Short UVXY
Free money
>Short UVXY
Free money

Cover before the reverse split!

>> No.14981357

Liquidate half of it and go full treasury/local bonds then

>> No.14981376

Reply to this post and LCI will go up $0.01
Dubs makes it go $0.02

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yes please, get me off this ride

>> No.14981430

$20 EOD

>> No.14981475

Hey, what are some real moonboy shit-for-brains get rich quick stocks? Im looking for a little volatility.

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Why the hell does the stock market trade so slow? I just wanna hedge my crypto risk and get in on some of this SPXL but even a 3x leveraged ETF takes forever to do literally anything. How the hell do you guys make money watching snail turds dry?

>> No.14981488

Who /SPYputs/ here? Just bought about $1K worth, we might only get 1 chance to sell today.

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>> No.14981551

I hate twitter so much.
Such a shit platform.

>> No.14981572

This desu senpai. As a fundlet with under $25K I day trade options on 3 different brokers and it's always exciting, win or lose.

>> No.14981580

I signed up for it on Robinhood but looks like a hell of a good way to go broke. I'm loath to do anything that looks like margin trading or shorting. Seems like pure gambling. In creepto I just buy high and sell higher. Wanna docthat in stocks but everytime I get hyped about it, the market is cycling too high itself and by the time it drops 3nMONTHS LATER I've lost interest.

>> No.14981594

Maybe I'll dip my toe in it today. Any suggestions to test the waters?

>> No.14981595

But earnings are August 13 and I wanna hold through those!

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>> No.14981612

I've found with options that you almost always get at least 1 chance to sell for a profit, but usually at least a few. Even if you go deep red there's a good chance you will come back to breakeven. The key is to sell between the very top and the breakeven. It's impossible to time the top perfectly, so you just try to get as good as you can at recognizing that happy point in the middle.

>> No.14981613

Twitter to $50? How greedy is too greedy?

>> No.14981625

Question: Why is it going up there's no news or even reasons on why?

I've got the vibe it'll crash just like at ipo.

>> No.14981630

For me personally today it's 8/2 SPY $297.50 and $298.00 Puts

>> No.14981654
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>SNSS up 10.24% today

>> No.14981656

I got 3k £ in savings. I'm gonna travel fairly soon, but I was wondering what's the best place where to fuck around with small sums? How much do you need in stocks to make decent dividends?

>> No.14981664

Adding this one to the montage

>> No.14981666


Latest news is a July 16 press release that say they have joined an NVIDIA partner program. If they can continue to develop their core product + expand into other areas they'll really have a good model for growth over the next 5-10 years. Either that, or some big firm will gobble them up. If you take a look at what they produce and where the hot money is right now (AI, ML, etc.) you'll see why this stock has a decent chance of continuing the uptrend.

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I will take this to heart.
Thanks for the suggestion even if I lose I'll probably have some fun.

>> No.14981688

Give me some more posts to add to my montage

>> No.14981699

Everything is up, including your terrible gambling penny stock

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$100k. That should net you some safe $7k per year, plus any capital gains from selling if a stock rises. If you wanna risk some gainz for divvies, you can bring that up to about 9%. Unless you're just all in on NRZ

>> No.14981735

But that's only 1 thing. I'm afraid of investing in it and getting REKR'd like the bagholders from ipo hehe. Any advice.on how much is safe to buy at these prices?

>> No.14981745

A lot of things are up today. Its like when BTC goes up, a bunch of other coins go up.

>> No.14981758

Nice, I also got in those 297.50s at about the same price

>> No.14981812

I mean that's really up to you, and what your holding period is. Right now they're a young company with negative EPS, net loss, etc. The balance sheet isn't terrible, but they're a very small operation. Profitability will come only if they continue to secure contracts/partnerships (see the one in June with Nokia) and state/local governments. Ultimately I would suggest doing more DD (go read their SEC filings, for starters), and then assess their prospects vs your risk appetite. IMO It's a pretty risky company in a super hot field with decent prospects for growth.

>> No.14981815



Can you not use google? Their software will be at a national level one day.

>> No.14981880

Yea, its sorta like btc.

Or alternatively, shitcoins were sorta like the stock market that existed 100s of years prior to shitcoins.

>> No.14981883

I thought it'd be way less. What sort of stocks do you usually buy for dividends?

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>SNSS up 12.18%

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>> No.14981908

why the fuck isnt intel pumping 10% today?

>> No.14981932

25% of all the bonds in the world trade at negative rates.

>> No.14981982

>SNSS anon euphoria posting

It'll give up most of those gains by the end of the day, they're on no news
Trust me, I'm like you with about a year more experience

>> No.14981995

F! I love F too much. Always fluctuates within a stable price range, with a decent dividend, so I can buy low, collect the divvies while I hodl, and then sell high for the gainz.

>> No.14982001

They're being nice and dumping prices so you can buy.

>> No.14982006

Thanks for the advice, still new to this. I started watching them at about $3. Really annoying I didn't buy some then.

I did but most of the stuff is months old which didn't explain the sudden rise.

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sold all my SNSS. looking for a better entry point now

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Sold half of my shares at .87, will add more again if it drops a bit.

>> No.14982058

how do you feel about T? I bought a bunch yesterday and I'm feeling like I should buy F as well.

>> No.14982068

>how do you feel about T?
I dont.

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>> No.14982074

this! cock sucker probably dumped all his bags on us.

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>> No.14982110

seriously what the FUCK is this stock doing

>> No.14982127

Made a cool bit shorting BA, sold all my puts for profit and went all in on twitter calls which I just sold. I'm up about 500% this week. Next play is Merck calls, going all in for earnings on Tuesday, buy now at discount prices

I warned you about BA and Twitter

>> No.14982150


>being a tripfag
>being a tripfag and pulling quotes from yourself
>being a tripfag and pulling quotes from yourself from warosu

have sex

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> why the fuck isnt intel pumping 10% today?


Why the fuck would it? Sure, they beat earnings, but they're still down YoY and outlook is shit. Especially the important datacenter sector is down double-digits - and that's even without taking AMD's Rome release coming in August taking into account. But yeah, people will sure buy those Xeons again that cost much more, draw more power, have giant security holes and less horsepower once Intel's shortage is over. Sure.

Don't buy Intel until they'll release a product worth its salt again that isn't a 14+++ nm rehash.

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Ror, why? I'm still up 5%. Just be patient. Seriously. If you get out now you're just gonna FOMO in when it explodes and miss out on gains.

>> No.14982164

The Mexican lady I share an office with told me to put money into igc. Did I just lose 25$?

>> No.14982167

The point is that I was right

>> No.14982203

No you're missing the point, have sex.

>> No.14982228

Where are my Astrotech chads?

>> No.14982229

>have sex.
All credibility instantly lost. Dilate then kys

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Right here bby

>> No.14982293

rent free seething faggot

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Hauptmann Pepe orders SNSS to moon today.

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>> No.14982352

Invest in pre-clinical biotechs for guaranteed movement.

>> No.14982367
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Beyond meme is at $229 rn. I dont believe this bros. How? Why? I just... I need to get to the bottom of this. Is this a giant p&d? Are they being supported by some whales? Is it a giant scam? A fraud? If not, I have to rethink my world view...

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imma buy natural gas

>> No.14982406

everybody wants to save the planet. anyway it will crash next week.

>> No.14982407

Oh it's on asshole... I just made you lose THE FUCKING GAME

>> No.14982420

Veganism is a cult

>> No.14982444

Guys, sell LCI at a loss or hodl?

>> No.14982447

Also where i live in europe there are already so many meat substitutes and qorn products. they recently added beyond meat burgers but i dont see them compete with the competition

>> No.14982456

Sex have

>> No.14982466

if you're in LCI it's a long term hodl (multi months / years) it's currently oversold and in the long term (months / years) i can see it go above 60

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>> No.14982474

My favorite burger place just added beyond burgers, id assume its the huge amount of restaurant deals theyre making

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They've been saying that, we've all been thinking that for months. That's why nobody here FOMOd in at $75. Its totally gonna crash.
Wtf? Itll crash next week.
No. The bubble will burst soon
It's a fucking fake meat company, how much longer can this go?
>$229, you are here
Itll crash next week. It's too big now.
Soon brothers
Any day now
Ok, definitely bursting now
>vegan meat monopoly as militant vegan commies take over and force everybody to eat it, and never break up the monopoly cause they're corrupt commies
Any day now....

>> No.14982489

Imma dila8 my enflamed sphincter hole, not for you but because im constipated with burning hot poo. In all seriousness im in agony.

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Digits confirm. Hodl, LCI to $60! Apparently... (still more confident in $25)

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Alright anon, I believe you can go 3 for 3. Merck to $83.50

>> No.14982505

You ever been to a real maido cafe, maido-anon-kun?

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>> No.14982528

Is Sony good stock?

t. like Sony audio equipment

>> No.14982538

DOJ announces agreement on $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint - https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/26/t-mobile-sprint-merger-approved-by-doj.html

>> No.14982547

VALE is being a piece of crap to me. Either go up or go down, enough of this trading <1% band.

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Merck has been a consistent money maker for me, you replied to me yesterday about twitter or something. I drive by their HQ every day and they are doing a fuckton of expansion as well. Choo choo motherfuckers, get out of keytruda's way

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The key to making big time bread I've found is to recognize the dump and pumps, especially pre earnings.

Merck to $85

>> No.14982612

Sadly, no...

>> No.14982631

Merck has been a “buy and add to” holding for me, Keytruda keeps getting approved for more usages and trials. Though I hear investors are concerned they rely too much on it and need to diversify.

Also seem to be curing Ebola, and now JNJ is joining in with a second vaccine to be used in combination with Merck’s vaccine. I won both, but I don’t know if the WHO is reimbursing them well at all.

Although I don’t like that so much of smg is suddenly on board...

>> No.14982662

I am literally the only person talking about it in this or the last thread. All anyone talks about around here is
>what they had for lunch

>> No.14982669

Hey now, lunch posting is a based /smg/ past time. On that note, I'm getting McDonald's today.

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Where my NBRV chads at? Ready to go to the fucking moon in August, bros?

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>goodyear tires shares punctured after earnings miss

>> No.14982687

CERU my nigga

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>he fell for the trade war recession is coming meme

>> No.14982716

McChicken for you? I'm getting some tacos while I puff on my ASMANEX® TWISTHALER®

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Too late to buy any sprint shares? Was thinking about it last week but then it shot up

>> No.14982791

Percentage wise, I lost just about 45% of my initial investment. Thank God I only threw $200 at it. And yet for some reason I still want to believe that NanoFlu will make me my money back and then some. But I know it won't :(

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no pressure though
am hope your expectations for goodyear arent deflated
dont get tired of hodling

>> No.14982874

I haven’t been shilling it, so it’s easy to miss among those asshole shills.

But I’ve been posting about them for months. So much that one of the shills got upset with me, said Merck was the only story simple enough for me to understand!

>> No.14982896

How am I an asshole for making people money?

>> No.14982907

That's what happens when the rubber meets the road
Big wheel keep on turning
Try and put a positive spin on it

>> No.14982918

What are some mildly volatile stocks I can flip for a few dollars today boys?

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Future growth prospects have been slashed
No hope for a pump

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(Shouldve bought more on the way down and sold less o the way up, but sometimes you gotta minimize downside...)

>> No.14982965

It‘s all just so tiring.

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>> No.14982981

Don't get me wrong I've put money into companies that were shilled on here like AMRN because they have strong fundamentals, even picked up some SNSS because I like the potential there.

I just wish this general was more about helping each other make money by picking a variety of different stocks and plays for earnings, ex div dates, buyout news etc. Rather than cult stocks that are often shit being shilled non stop

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BYND makes no fucking sense. Are people still buying this at this valuation?

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It has to come down eventually, r..right?

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>> No.14983026

Totally not overvalued. Absolutely not indicative of the frothy markets. Everything is going fine. Continue buying.

>> No.14983029

yeah but wall street follow some indicators and next week they will be overbought. Market will react

>> No.14983034

Obviously I'm new so here's a question. Since you trade these often, when do you usually sell?

>> No.14983088

Truly the Bitcoin of our generation

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>vegan meat monopoly as militant vegan commies take over and force everybody to eat it,

> implying vegans have the strength to stand up against meat eaters

>> No.14983108
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Amarin Chads where you at?

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Buy at $1.96, sell calls for $0.13. Easy 8.7% profit.

>> No.14983132

Usually I sell the same day. Not liking this move up so far across the indices, but hanging on a bit longer.

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In case anyone needs a quick and simple bitcoin QR code tool for sending and receiving check out:


>> No.14983149

Earnings next week fellow Chad. Which way are we moving?

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>>vegan meat monopoly as militant vegan commies take over and force everybody to eat it, and never break up the monopoly cause they're corrupt commies
do people seriously think that would ever happen, do they?

also friendly reminder that meat cuts cultured in labs directly, not to mention insect based proteins, is better alternative than le vegan diet for everyone

some meaty bacteria based culture similar to cheese works too, much better than vegan shit mashed into meat shapes

>> No.14983174

Probably go parabolic to peak at 400 to spite me personally.

>> No.14983188

Gtii breaking loose!!!!

>> No.14983190

In light of recent events, would it be advisable to sell of my mutual funds in my IRA and re-invest the proceeds in LCI? I think we all saw this week that there are too many shareholders with weak hands, and we need some real men to handle their shares for them.

>> No.14983198

Tyson has fucking processing plants, live cattle, lean hogs, and has their own vegan line and is only double the market cap of this company that is losing money on a daily basis...

>> No.14983208

Please stop trying to get the new posters to kill themselves.

>> No.14983228

We only go up.
A hilariously terrible idea. Buy Amarin for the /S T E L L A R/ er report instead.

>> No.14983283

>Buy Amarin for the /S T E L L A R/ er report instead.

Yeah, I don't think so. I've seen enough cases of stocks dumping after good earnings to know that's a fool's game.

>> No.14983325

Another good reason to cash out the mutual funds in my IRA is diversification. Right now I'm overly exposed primarly to the S&P 500 and secondarily to the US bond market. My 401k and HSA accounts only allow mutual fund investments, so I can't diversify there. However, if my IRA is exclusively LCI, I would be pretty well diversified between S&P 500, US bonds and LCI.

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the earnings hit or miss is a red herring, the real thing that moves stocks durring earnings season is the future guidance the company gives after stating current earnings

>> No.14983351

what effect does a stock market crash have on the low cap meme stocks that get shilled on here. will the 2020-21 recession have a big impact?

>> No.14983365

you should put some bitcoin in your IRA, bitcoin is the future and it's here to stay. LCI is going to get pushed around by shorts and all the weak handed faggots are going to let them. However bitcoins will be worth 10000000 each in the coming years and you'll miss out on an opportunity to make some serious cash.

>> No.14983371

Off all of the thousands of great profitable companies you are picking a piece of shit scam co hoping for a short squeeze

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That's what I said when it first went over $100, and I said, "Oh, I'll just wait for it to come crashing back down so that I can load up on cheapies." Interested in seeing what the earnings report will be like.

>> No.14983406

good luck my n-word
I will pray for you

>> No.14983411
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Threadly reminder that the big players disagree

>> No.14983424

Those analysts reports are for rubes and marks

They use those to hook retarded retail traders its better used to wipe your ass. Those are literally worthless

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>> No.14983456

Looks accurate to me.
>Everything good
>except the way investors feel about it
>big tutes loading up
>heavy short interest

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cmon SNSS dip a little more so i can reenter!!!

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But anon, look! These quality analyses would have kept you from losing money by investing in this joke company MCD which is run by AN ACTUAL CLOWN!

perhaps, but that's still dumping after earnings, it's just that you see the conference call as the real catalyst.

My good friend Jim Cramer of "Angry Cash" says not to gamble on earnings, you will more often than not get burned. That it used to be possible because less regulation meant traders could get the inside information to trade off of, but now it really is a gamble. And not to buy based on earnings, that you must listen to the conference call.

>> No.14983499

I kinda wanna buy AMD calls for the ER

>> No.14983504

Right, but that means you're betting on information that is not known to anyone right now, which is called GAMBLING.

Bitcoin is an un-American ponzi scheme. Would not stake my family's future on it.

LCI is a reputable, up-and-coming generic pharmaceutical company. There's nothing illegitimate about that.

>> No.14983534

Maybe not, but they're psycho enough to.

>> No.14983549

I ate harissa from CAVA, it was so yummy but so hot and the agony on my sphincter is mind blowing. Im gonna go out Elvis style here.

>> No.14983552

>they're psycho enough to.

Psycho enough definitely.

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>>perhaps, but that's still dumping after earnings, it's just that you see the conference call as the real catalyst.
>My good friend Jim Cramer of "Angry Cash" says not to gamble on earnings, you will more often than not get burned. That it used to be possible because less regulation meant traders could get the inside information to trade off of, but now it really is a gamble. And not to buy based on earnings, that you must listen to the conference call.
earnings time can be a great time to get into a stock, DCA before and after the call (add more before or after depending on how it is expected to go)

>Right, but that means you're betting on information that is not known to anyone right now, which is called GAMBLING.
>implying people cant do some dd beforehand
you get a good 3 months to check and recheck various aspects of the company, and its suppliers/customers aswell

>> No.14983577

Those Schwab reports as far as I know are purely based on quantitative analysis and might be entirely computer-generated, so they're not "analyst reports." The only takeaway should be that the company has certain "good" or "bad" fundamental or technical measures.

>> No.14983581

Everything in life is a gamble. Drove to work today? Gambled your life some asshat wouldn‘t T bone your legs into warped metal. Ate sushi? pray to god the chef prepared it properly to reduce risk of food borne illness. Bought 1000 shares of amarin this morning? Betting your capital you aint a beta bitch boi.

>> No.14983592

I know the fucking second i buy calls for this thing the runs over.

>> No.14983626

I feel like as soon as I FOMO itll crash.

>> No.14983634

reminder that next week or the next it's gonna crash. serious. i already screencaped my bynd crash calls

>> No.14983660

Should I buy puts?

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>Ron Paul: We got into the recession because of too much regulation [and other stuff]
Does anyone really think the financial crisis and subsequent recession were caused by "too much regulation?" Sounds very blinded by his ideology.

Wow, did you JUST figure out that there are risks in life no matter what you do? That isn't the same as throwing your fate to a dice roll. I'm disappointed in you, Lou Dobbs, I expect better.

For sure they are computer generated. Who the fuck would put McDonalds into the 65th percentile? Like 64% of Consumer Discretionary companies are better companies than McDonalds? I don't think so.

>> No.14983709

LCI needs to fall under $6 so i can scoop some more

>> No.14983711

im guessing the vol is way too high for that to be a good strategy

i'd probably sell a call spread or something

>> No.14983745

h-have sex
Is writing covered calls even considered gambling? Hell it‘s just too easy with all this volatility.

>> No.14983772

SFM bounced back above the bollinger band
take your #freemoney

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being in the 65th percentile would mean that ~35% of companies are better, not 64%

it's gambling that you will or won't outperform the indices on a taxed basis, yah

>> No.14983799

>Is writing covered calls even considered gambling?
sure, the stock could go down past the premium you've banked.

>> No.14983817

Why cap your upside and not really limit your downside by writing one little call?

covered call writing is a strategy they sell to old people looking for "income"

>> No.14983825

Nothing can take this market down. Only the dissolution of the the US would give us a true crash. The Fed has done enough studying and understands how, through much experience, to prop it all up no matter. Quite literally all you have to do is buy indexes and hope the US lasts another generation.

>> No.14983847

has anyone seen mark? he hasnt posted since this morning. hope he's doing ok

>> No.14983848

To be fair, people are also talking about REKR a bit.

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Guess I'll start posting this graph monthly (last Friday of every month).

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Ror! No, I'm sure normies think it was because there was too little government regulation. I'd say it was more just greed. Mortgage lenders not caring about whether mortgage payments are made and selling their debt to investment banks who kept scooping them up and stopped caring about the risk while the ratings agencies gave all their poopy mortgage bonds AAA ratings just to stay in business and hence didnt concern themselves with the safety of the investors. After it all came tumbling down, naturally people started pulling out of the private sector and threw their money into Gov bonds, further fueling the fall of the US, and hence the worlds economy.

>> No.14983905

T Babies Still flying high; telling the haters to kiss his ass as he leaves them in the dust. Nothing seems to phase him now. The earning report is proof of that. Proof is in the pudding and the debt is getting paid off right on track. That Fat Divvy is nice and safe and will be there for you down the road when you need Him most. Sure there may be ups and downs in the years ahead but you know He will be there for you at the end. Unlike a lot of things in this fucked up world His Fat Divvy will still be yours.

Now the only hard thing you gotta do is just sit back and watch Him work for you. Don't be a fool and give Him to your wife and kiddies when you kick. What the hell man? Don't you know they'll sell him right quick. How could you do that you bastard, He stood by you though it all, your marriages, your divorces, the pain of watching your kids turn into little wimp lazy bags who only want to suck your wallet dry. He deserves better a fate than that don't you think?

>> No.14983908

I agree with you. Dobber appears to be chasing short term small dicked gains

>> No.14983917

Cool. Stopped out for a nice 13% get. Will be watching for a higher low to form on hourly...

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Adding centimeters to your dick consistently, as opposed to potentially gaining and losing an inch, is a surefire way to get a big dick one day.

t. Big gainz chasing hypocrite, sorry

>> No.14983983

I do it over short periods of time though, a week usually. My theory is, that limiting your potential gains over small periods of time is ok because stocks don‘t really move that much (relatively) over that time. It‘s like taking a derivative: zoom in on any curve and it‘ll look like a straight line eventually.

>> No.14983995

What's his trip so I can make sure she's on my filter

>> No.14983998

why don't you sell puts and calls then?

>> No.14984000

it's a fine diversification strategy, as it will outperform in a crab market. i hold $qyld and the like as well. it's just not my main thing.

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why not just have many stable dividend stocks, then use dividend money to chase options memes, instead of turning on DRIP

worst case scenario, you still do as well as your stable dividend stocks, +- a few percent, and its more fun than a portfolio thats just one or two index funds

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Digits affirm validity of said statement.

>> No.14984070

My capital is not infinite. Yet.

>> No.14984077
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Schiffbots: activate

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Pretty difficult to accurately predict a company's earnings and projected earnings with some DD. And you never know when they'll drop a bombshell like slashing projections because "we see 2019 as an INVESTMENT YEAR"

That's wrong. You should do a little more work before you correct other people. If you look at
You'll see that a percentile ranking of 1 is the highest rating, an A rating for "strongly outperform" and "Buy" . Whereas in the Mcdonalds report:
It's a 65 percentile and C rating.
If what you're suggesting was the way Schwab used percentiles, then the A "Buy" rating used previously would mean that the strongest "Buy" companies were the ones ranked in the bottom 1%. Doesn't make sense.

>instead of turning on DRiP
>instead of letting the stock automatically DCA and compound
You fucking what?!

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buy my gold goy. Market is going to crash. Bitcoin to zero. Gold to the moon. schiffgold dot com. (we accept bitcoin)

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Is this even an actual company doing things or a shitcoin scam?

>> No.14984175

Gold investors actually shown to be more interested in investing in bitcoin than stock investors...

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>investing in things instead of people/enterprise
Das Juden. Good way to stay poor.

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do you understand what long term cappy gains tax rate is vs short term cappy gains

its weird, no one else says percentiles like that
usually 99th percentile is best

I'm not selling
It's cheapies
It must be cheapies
ahhhh fuck Canada why did they do this to me

>> No.14984258

I just sunk another 40 into it, seems to be tanking after this:

But it's delisting because it's been uplisted to NYSE from NYSE-A? At least, that's what I understood to be happening.

He's talking about his persian friend Gold, named after his father's favorite color

(persian people really love gold shit. They'll have a chunk of their house painted gold)

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>> No.14984504

It is. Just the dude weed, especially leaf dude weed, is firmly under the bear's paw at the moment. Same reason I played Green Thumb industries so tight with a trailing stop today. It oversold bounced as expected and may be in early stage reversal but i'm yanking gains off the table quick in this bearish weed climate.

>> No.14984526

OBLN is up 54% today

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also kek, a law firm I worked for in SD for a bit is doing a shareholder derivative suit against LCI and survived the motion to dismiss

>> No.14984556

>down 20 points
>down 5 points
>up 10 points
>down 100 points one day
>up 30 points
>now up 8 fucking points
Jesus Christ this crab market is such boring bullshit. No cheapies, no gains, small drops. When will this horror end?

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Anyone wanna recommend me something that gives me monthly divvies? I hope I'm not watching all of them

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theres a variety of undervalued companies out there. also if you were dividend growth investing, you could just be collecting checks and syphoning more money toward my emergency high yield savings account in prep for a significant (10-30%) drop in the market.

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Ror! I saw that. I'm not worried.

>> No.14984617

F. Divvy at over 6% rn

>> No.14984643


have you tried searching 'monthly' in the RH bar? that will show all the etracs monthly pay ETNs

F divvy not monthly

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I really enjoyed reading their RH blurb.

>> No.14984655

>Not making tiny moves to exploit the crab opportunities to DCA
This is exactly how robinhood is best used...

I just sold a little KSS, picked up a little Hexo, kinda want some more MRK

heh, nice. But the guy you're talking to is an actual retard, pretending he didn't get conned

Yeah... but I just have no faith in autos.

>> No.14984660

Oh, missed that part.

>> No.14984669

Jesus fucking christ.

>> No.14984676

What the fuck? What kind of clown world shit is this? We're going to treat your fat ass by making you swallow baloons, which we will then inflate? And this shit is worth over 100 million dollars?

>> No.14984678

O at any price below 70 is probably a decent buy. plus they raise their dividend like 4 times per year

Also APLE, but they don't raise their divvy

>> No.14984681

Do you think people are going to stop using cars?

>> No.14984702

>if you were dividend growth investing
>implying I’m not
Also what’s your opinion on DRiP like >>14984122?
It helps me avoid commission fees and I get partial divvies for partial shares.

It’s still boring as fuck waiting 3 months to get anything though.

>> No.14984713


It's a fetish you aren't allowed to judge them

(unless they draw pictures that offend the Europeans, in which case they will shut down your servers overnight)

>> No.14984720
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Found a photo of a patient getting treated with Obalon balloon technology.

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clown medicine for a clown world

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>sinners sinning
>has consequences
>wants easy way out
This is new? A person who eats too much and refuses to use their body isnt going to the gym to get fit, they're going to want some kind of quick fix. An efficient and cheap capsule which allows them to stop gorging themselves while lacking any self-discipline is much more affordable to commoners than liposuction and various surgeries. I want in. Learn me more about this pl0x. Ror!

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Here's the rest of my watchlist.

Thanks m8, I've looked at CEFL before but forgot about it. I'll also try searching that.

I'm a penny pinching jew that doesn't usually buy over $20. I'll put O on my watchlist though in case it takes a shit anytime soon. As for APLE, the last time I bought it I ended up holding the bag for a while so I'm waiting to buy the dip.

>> No.14984784

>talking this much shit when you've consistently done nothing but lose money

>> No.14984807

Not exactly, but I do think they are not buying cars.

16 year-olds aren't getting licenses anymore, the rates are lower than ever.

And people are keeping their old cars longer too, though I'm not sure if it's at record levels or just compared to recent levels.

Do you think people are going to start buying more cars?

>It helps me avoid commission fees and I get partial divvies for partial shares
I love this. Getting to DCA for free in a tax-deferred IRA, based as fuck.

>> No.14984809

Short intrest is also way down to about 16%, so hoping for a squeeze seems outright delusional at this point.p

>> No.14984859

Chuck the cuck is telling people to LCI is a top 1% buy? This is big if true. ALL-IN LCI 99% of the time you'll make money.

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Someone pls buy ORC so my stop loss doesn't have to go through

>> No.14984890

You had regulations requiring banks to give subprime loans to nigs and spics to expand minority home ownership/buy their votes. The banks probably would have done some subprime lending without that, but making it a moral imperative (gib subprime mortgages or you're a racist) helped it really go crazy.

But the most blame, IMO, falls on the rating agencies who rubber-stamped AAA ratings on subprime mortgage CDOs without checking that the underlying loans were shit. If the mortgage securities had been seen as properly speculative, they wouldn't have been bought up by pension funds and the burst wouldn't have been as bad.

>> No.14984929

This... is an interesting perspective. I'm sure the auto industry will come up with something. So I guess I would say that I do have faith. But something to think about...

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Corollary: buying puts guarantees its ascension to a +20B market cap.

>> No.14984939

>most blame, IMO, falls on the rating agencies who rubber-stamped AAA ratings on subprime mortgage
I agree with this. You already touched on the government imperative and the banks' willingness to go along in the end, but a lot of the blame can be placed on the agencies that let that shit pass. There's also no accountability when they fuck up. Jsut an oopsie, we just wiped out half your retirement - try not to die for the next 3 years while the market recovers. Same thing with the Equifax breach. Zero accountability for a huge fuck up. Kinda depressing.

>> No.14984946

why isnt LCI dipping? come on

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>> No.14984960

but what if you already make money?

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Short interest is over 50%. Shorted percent of float is 3/4ths. Over 75%

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I was helping people make money especially on earnings play but the boomers here got pissed and I said fuck it
Hope you loaded up on PAYS when it was at 12 and I told people to load up btw :)

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>European graph
Poor bastards. That graph is all kinds of messed up.

>> No.14985160

>Aged 30
>Start earning average wage
I can‘t believe zoomers let the jews ass rape them for the first 12 years of their adult lives.

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>the rating agencies who rubber-stamped AAA ratings on subprime mortgage CDOs without checking that the underlying loans were shit.
That's actually what I had in mind when I posted that. It doesn't seem like they were lazy or incompetent, it seems like they were complicit and corrupt, and that this is something we NEED to be regulating.

(Unfortunately, the people talented enough to regulate it well could make much more money elsewhere, especially by exploiting the system.)

Methinks the lady doth protest too much…

Are you really going to piss your pants every time I post one of these pics? The fact that it upsets you this much shows that it really struck a chord, that there was an uncomfortable amount of truth in what I said.

BTW, I bought a suicide stack of your meme at 3.70, seems like a decent entry point. Will trim at 4.20(blaze it) and buy more at 3.50. Have you considered trading around your core positions like this, to lower your basis?

You should lurk more, I've posted about this before. It's also part of the ridesharing phenomenon, people just don't feel the need to get a car with how convenient these services are. Unfortunately, they're still not technically profitable, and I don't even think the drivers are getting compensated proportionally to the depreciation of value they cause to their vehicles. So it may backfire eventually, but by that time, people will be so accustomed to ridesharing and enough of the adult population will have grown up without ever learning to drive, that the ridesharing companies will be able to charge more and people will just put up with it. And automated driving may have replaced the need to pay drivers much of anything at all.

Absolutely bearish on automobile sales. That's why I can't buy F, even if the divvy is attractive. I'd rather have that money somewhere else, or save that cash in case the FDA fucks MO over hard, so I can buy the shit out of that dip.

>> No.14985195

Holy shit I'm almost positive on my OBLN trade! Please keep going! SNSS looking good today too.

>> No.14985254

I've lost so much money shorting fake meat. Then I find out the office onions boy bought their fucking product for lunch. I'm fucking BEYOND pissed the fuck off!!

>> No.14985285

>It's also part of the ridesharing phenomenon, people just don't feel the need to get a car with how convenient these services are. Unfortunately, they're still not technically profitable, and I don't even think the drivers are getting compensated proportionally to the depreciation of value they cause to their vehicles. So it may backfire eventually, but by that time, people will be so accustomed to ridesharing and enough of the adult population will have grown up without ever learning to drive, that the ridesharing companies will be able to charge more and people will just put up with it. And automated driving may have replaced the need to pay drivers much of anything at all.
Yeah they will be profitable once they're able to remove the driver from the vehicle

>> No.14985296

>Unfortunately, they're still not technically profitable, and I don't even think the drivers are getting compensated proportionally to the depreciation of value they cause to their vehicles.
The way you can tell this is true is by the lack of subcontractors. If there were a substantial gap bettwen the pay to drivers and the cost of operating, you'd have other companies operating in that gap to try and capture those profits.

>> No.14985303

Earnings Monday right?
Thing will sink I guess.
Could be a good bet.

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>> No.14985344

I don't think people will put up with elevated charge of ride-sharing services just because they have no cars themselves and doesn't know how to drive. They'll just help boost the demand and also the network of mass transit and also encourage re-urbanization.

>> No.14985347
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Someone $LLNV?
2x Insider bought 50k$ yesterday.

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Close your eyes and imagine you bought CUR in mid-2014. Hold that feeling. Now open your eyes. Guess what? You were just imagining you bought it. You didn't actually buy it. Don't you feel better now?

>> No.14985501

Yeah, t-true haha I d-didnnnt

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LPTXbros [email protected]

>> No.14985546

S&P now in total blue sky breakout. Last meme line cleared at 3022.

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>> No.14985558

>apple bouth intel division
oh no no no

>> No.14985586

>LCI volume today
>LCI rising
stop. it needs to dip more

>> No.14985603

>Trump says Apple products won't get tariff waivers

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Nope. Peeps want to buy. Other peeps hardly want to sell at these prices. Institutions arent letting go. There just arent that many shares to move around. Short squeeze time.
>pump it

>> No.14985649

10x your crypto with moon3d. bonus schemes awaits.

>> No.14985683

>fairweather investor
Nigger, that's what investing is. You don't invest in a company if the weather looks like it's going to be shitty.

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>> No.14985785

they only bought their wireless modem chip division. isn't AMD more into semiconductors and gpus and whatnot?

>> No.14986090

Bags are now slightly profitable

LPTX to $18

>> No.14986212

>Aged 20 pass driving test
stopped reading there

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