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>> No.16230818

First for DF reorganizes as a milk flavored vape company

>> No.16230850
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Imagine buying into a fucking milk brands company that had been on a long decline into pennies in the year 2019 when you can go to walmart and buy generic milk for ~$1. You could have been an AMDChad or WKHSChad instead but no no no you thought you were smart...

>> No.16230854

milkchads rise up!

>> No.16230871

Imagine being a faggot and not owning AMRN.

>> No.16230875

Boomers: Is the s&p really diversified enough, or should you hold some international index as well?

>> No.16230885

Food and restaurants have the slimmers profit margins and margins for error

>> No.16230928


I have an international growth index in my company vanguard ira plan. Doesn’t hurt to have if you can stomach the volatility

>> No.16230929

Just go all in LCI

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>> No.16230940

Every fucking thing I bought today tanked 5 minutes later. Might as well use my power for good. Any stocks you guys are shorting?

>> No.16230957

I've had this happen a few times.. WHen I bought Pfizer, Square and Netflix they all tanked.. and nto I bought Canopy and it tanked too..

>> No.16230972

>he doesn't know robinhood and other tools sell the clients position and bet against them the second after for HFT's

>> No.16230977

Literally everyone does this.

>> No.16231037

Why the fuck is GO crashing?!
I bought...

>> No.16231077

Smile direct club, place your bets

>> No.16231092

Another Softbank company (Lemonade) reportedly putting IPO on hold

>> No.16231118

Softbank is a ponzi scheme

>> No.16231120
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>tfw stonk i trust least is best performer today
Fuck you Blackberry you suck also I love you

>> No.16231144

TSLA! Please for the love of all that is holy crash that stock back down to where it belongs.

>> No.16231150

US - China trade deal talks will soon halt again and to avoid a complete market meltdown they will do the tax cutting game

>> No.16231153 [DELETED] 

Yo dude's this is kind of unrelated by you can get a Xiami K20(no notch with popupcam) and sAMOLED screen for fuckin $219US if u use code Promotion1111 rn:


I just bought one it's by far the best deal Ive seen on a phone

>> No.16231167

Awesome, couldt have planned it better myself

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>> No.16231182
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Market buy RMCF

>> No.16231190

Does this apply to my capital gains? Also, when the captcha says traffic lights, do they mean the whole thing or just the lights? I've just been clicking the lights, it's this why I have to do 8 captchas every time I post

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Haha, at least I get a tax write-off.

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Remember, only buy blue chips and ETFs.

>> No.16231244

Well, that's true. And they say the gov doesnt bail out the little man.

>> No.16231245

why are you here? like really really?

some of us here actually like investing and trading in what could amount to huge gains... not everyone here wants to aimlessly put money into an index grandpa

>> No.16231254

>KEK bois
I like it.
I'm still in the green.

>> No.16231256

I'm here to elicit responses from people that made r/wallstreetbets tier investment decisions.

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>Bought hudbay minerals at 5.27 USD
>It's at 3.34
>Was almost $4 yesterday, but didn't sell

I'm now debating about whether or not to sell my CVS stock at 72 or wait for hope of 75

>> No.16231273

Redpill me on TRNX

>> No.16231296

LCl is still way up from what it was, and SNSS's catalyst hasn't even hit yet. If this is the level of your analytical ability, you have no hope.

>> No.16231297

Gonna be holding this baby until July now.

>> No.16231334

na.. you're a lame

most of us have bluechips in our portfolio but why come to discuss boring shit? it's good to mix up your portfolio.. maybe find a few good companies.. put your DD into it and come in here to talk about it...

instead.. you come in here to do what?? what do you discuss? nothing? you come here to get other trade ideas.. understandable.. but why even post? why not just lurk in silence?

>> No.16231385

To counter, I wouldn't regard a person that buys and holds biotech penny stocks as possessing high analytical ability, but go off king. Maybe it will come good for you, who knows.

It's good to have your views challenged from time to time. If you want some ideas, check out UI, MDT, and SPLK.

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Can't wait until the 14th when AMRN kicks the FDAs ass and then the buyout happens.

>> No.16231390

or February/May

>> No.16231391

Missed the boat hard on APDN apparently.

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Why the FUCK aren’t we investing in Japanese value stocks?

>> No.16231410

Yes Anon, I, too, like money. Granted I only have 170 shares of AMRN but that's still pretty good money.

>> No.16231415

The ceo said on cc that he reads the scam and spam on the stocktwits site of his company.

>> No.16231417

>If you want some ideas, check out UI, MDT, and SPLK.

can you summarize your DD? I'm open to new ideas.. but faggots coming in to bash shit for basically no reason are just that.. faggots...

>> No.16231443

enjoy your realistic fake xiami chinese shit

>> No.16231448

the volume on that etf is horrific

>> No.16231457
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lol at boomers


>> No.16231503

Innovative product line, almost Apple-like business model, but also not exclusive (can mix and match hardware). Really up and coming in the enterprise network hardware space. Relatively young company with lots of growth potential. Currently focused on U.S. and Canada, so potential to enter and grow in other markets still exists.

Largest medical device company in the world. Do the math. Here's a hint: Ok Boomer.

Had a couple great quarters. Making inroads in enterprises that needs access to actionable real-time analytics and data analysis. Kind of a gamble as this space is getting/could get a bit crowded, but based Cramer loves em.

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lol at poor millennials:

>> No.16231524

How many of you don't have or aren't studying for a degree in Business, Economics, etc. I want to know if this is viable for someone who isn't in the business field.

>> No.16231525

Someone tell me the future of MCD, looks like its forming a bull pennant currently.

>> No.16231538

I too hope to get rich enough where I can wageslave as a funny joke.

>> No.16231542
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Yeeeeeaahh Enbridge closing strong attabouy!

>> No.16231547

It's $220 and has specs that are only slightly crappier than any flagship phone

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This. We're all gonna make it anons. Thank you Jesus

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Just walked past someone at university on the phone talking about what's being pulled off of Netflix. She looked like a Becky or a Karen. Time to buy puts?

>> No.16231570
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Ding ding ding! How did everybody to today? I'm down 1.13%, hard red across the board except for micky dee's. CGC earnings has me shook, I'm so scared even tho I hedgied with cheap $17 putties.
Slept for 2 hours last nite, blasting nasheeds over my headphones at work and fantasizing about the battle for port Midi. Also listening to hit new album Four of Arrows by Seattle based indie band Great Grandpa. Their lead single Mono No Aware makes me nostalgic for a summer I never had, give it a spin.

>> No.16231578

business.. economics.. and accounting have all helped me understand more about business and stocks.. investing in OTCmarkets and doing a lot of research into small companies have helped me understand a lot how publicly traded corporations work...

imo.. theres always benefits to learning more stuff

>> No.16231589


Up 4.5% good day overall looked into my company retirement account and I’m up 19% there so that’s even better

>> No.16231599

Listening in on the SNSS call now. Or, well, 25 minutes from now. Right now it's just classical music.

>> No.16231608

I expect the great plateu to happen sometime in 2021. But generally my sentiment is that Netflix will hit a growth brick wall (unless they get into merchandising their original series) and suddenly big money will be shifting around.

>> No.16231618

NVDA up or down?

I'm thinking down because overvalued and overbought but options are expensive right now.

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>> No.16231624
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Also rip in peace to Dean Foods, CURDLED for the last time it looks like? To think it's been 2 years we've been living, laughing, and loving with our cute airheaded cows ;_;

>> No.16231637

-.43% would be more but a large deposit just cleared today

>> No.16231641
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Any quick suggestions for investing stocks with any fucking dividend payouts?

>> No.16231644

The streaming wars will eventually fatigue and bankrupt the American consumer.

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>> No.16231652

Based chilisanon.
I'll have to listen to the album. Can you recommend me a few songs? I like to cherry pick.

>> No.16231655

Look at KNG and RQI

>> No.16231678

just bought 500 shares for a gamble... can't drop that much.. r-right?

>> No.16231689

>. r-right?

>> No.16231697

long term they will do fine imo. they will adapt to their customers preferences and offer healthier products in the future (no chemicals, organic meat, etc)
maybe I'm overestimating the intelligence of the average burger but it seems to me that sugary crap like ice cream and soda wont be as popular in the future.

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RIP DF. Glad I never I touched you. Always remember /smg/, gamble with small amounts relative to your portfolio
I bought 12 shares of SNSS in your honor.

>> No.16231711

Nah, I think we will see at least some upside until eoy. I don't expect anything today though

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The only reason not to buy. I really want to though. Instead I bought some SMFG and I’m considering the rest of their holdings.

Getting ABSOLUTELY SKULLFUCKED in GEO. Bought more. Way overexposed. Trimmed some TACO, been buying lower so it makes sense to sell a bit when it’s higher, even if it hasn’t hit the mark yet.

Bought GLAXO and SUMITOMO. BBought a lot of GEO and GALT. Bought PEPSI and some GROCERY OUTLET.


That blue segment is my dry powder. I have a separate Bear Fund but to have so little in my trading account is fucking stupid.

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altought might help find a job, degrees wont help you with trading or investing. economics etc. is mostly general information, accounting can help somebody if they would want to read stock reports but that is quite bad style of investing itself. so trading is not taught skill and talent mostly. all the few hedge managers who are actually good definitely dont spend their time earning pennies and teaching retarded kids at class rooms :O

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Wish I listened to that anon shilling AMRN over and over instead of the DF shills.

Opinions on buying calls/puts just in case?

Robinhood says I'm up even though the moment trading comes online for DF I'm gonna lose a sizeable amount of money. Why has it been halted all day anyways? Is it gonna be halted until bankruptcy proceedings are done?

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green day I wanna be an american idiot
Net profitable on Del Taco now so Im beginning the selling

>> No.16231728

Mono no Aware and Treat Jar are the clear standouts, both powerful singles. Rosalie is very good too, so is Split up the Kids but it's at a different pace, v sad, should have been the last song on the album.

>> No.16231733

doesn't matter if it's a counterfiting with crap manufacturing

>> No.16231734

sunesis save my account from desolation

>> No.16231742

Half of my degree is in business, the other half is tech. >>16231578 is right, those basic level finance, accounting, and business class really help you put all of your general knowledge into something concrete and useful

>> No.16231748

I have a degree in history. You can learn everything you need to about finance on investopedia. The experience comes from holding your first bag, and no amount of classroom education will prepare you for the highs and lows that come with risking your own money.

>> No.16231770

SNSS beat earnings again with -0.06 it looks like, estimate was -0.08

>> No.16231776

A little bit of AAAAAAAA all over
Took some profits

>> No.16231783

>Is it gonna be halted until bankruptcy proceedings are done?
it'll probably resume trading when it hits the pinks and it'll probably have a different ticker.. maybe something like DFQ.. then it'll probably run down till they completely wipe the equity and come out clean and get listed back on a NYSE.. but everyones equity will go to zero.

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I'm holding 10x the amount of WKHS as I was DF. If WKHS makes it I don't give a shit what happens to my milk stonks.

>> No.16231807

What app is this?

>> No.16231811

crab day, went sideways. this KO melt down is likely going to last until it pops off recession woes and institutions flock to consumer staples again

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It's ogre, the cows would not forgive

>> No.16231821

What app is this?

>> No.16231833

What app is this

>> No.16231847

You've never seen Robinhood before?

>> No.16231851

>When it hits the pinks

What does that mean?

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>> No.16231873

it'll most likely delist to OTCmarkets and when it does it'll be a pink sheet...

>> No.16231894

Oh I see how long does that stuff usuaully take? Had a penny stock i bailed on months ago. Trading halted and even after a few weeks it didnt seem to be in otc market which from what people said online seems rare for it to go that long. Dodged a trainwreck there.

>> No.16231902

If a company can't maintain an adequate price to remain trading on a major stock exchange they will be delisted and trade as pink sheets aka over the counter stocks. Not being traded on a real exchange makes them weird and sketch af basically, you have to rely on quotes to determine their value. If you know what you're doing with a specific company it's possible to make great profits if they get re-listed, but many otc stocks wallow in obscurity forever.

>> No.16231911

Seems SNSS is already on the 400mg cohort for their Veca trials. That means 200 and 300 are done and will be presented at ASH. They had mild efficacy at 100, and their safety profile is strong enough that going as high as 500 is acceptable. This is good news.

>> No.16231915

this almost makes me not want to have a steak tonight...almost

>> No.16231923
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Why the fuck didn’t I believe in the T-baby prophecy with more conviction?

I’m so happy for you T-baby sensei. You’re going to be able to build a much bigger nursery.

Should I be buying more? Wait for a pullback tomorrow? It’s not going to pullback THAT far though...

>> No.16231925

i think it depends.. if they have any convertable debt on the books they might convert and dump for awhile.... sometimes it goes quick and sometimes it just lingers..

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Flatish. Enbridge, Blackberry, Air Canada, and McDonald's were the day's green bull representatives. I bought Enerflex, an oil/gas equipment supply company. Suncor red but within acceptable. Stupid TRUL stupid dude weed fugging etc etc same story as all year (stopped out). CNR choo choo trains pulling back and I opted to skim off half profit just in case it feels like trending down further and threatening my stop.

>> No.16231947

Don't worry, Anon.
I've lived along many cows as they grew up.
Fed them, pet them and finally steaked them.
They all get insanely boring once they start growing and are not very loveable anymore.

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>lost $20 on DF
Why the fuck do I listen to you retards.
Also any other stocks I should dump cash into?

>> No.16231996

Is APHRIA a good and profitable dudeweed, or did they just cook the books?

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Also I'm playing with a new indicator that I may use as my primary sell siren. Qualitative Quantitative Estimation (MT4 version). Right off the hop I like it better than my current, which is stochastic RSI but with wildly different settings than default. My problem with the modified Stoch RSI is it would occasionally tell me to sell right in the middle of a strong bullish trend and no amount of increasing the period length was able to prevent that while maintaining the valid signals in the process.

Speaking of which the thing I love the most about tradingview is the community indicators. People have programmed all sorts of stuff and some of it ain't half bad at all.

>> No.16232029

This stock is BASED

>> No.16232030

Double down on DF as soon as trading resumes, as long as they're below 1.95
If they're over 1.95, sell

>> No.16232033

no negative safety events through 300mg, and saturation point was already reached if you didn't catch that. They are trying increased doses to see if they can do even better than what is required. They've already got it.

>> No.16232036

Watching HUYA tonight er and tomorrow check it out haven't seen it mentioned in thread

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Is there at least a chance of a death spasm from Dean Foods at least? What a disaster. $1,000: gone. My smile and optimism: gone.

>> No.16232062

They appear to be cooking the books in an ostensibly legal way. I don't think APHA is any worse than ACB or CGC though. Given druthers, and I will have my druthers, VFF is and will be the strongest candidate for mad gains (on Canadian companies) if/when weed goes bullish proper again.

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Gross dude
We’re not coomers here

>> No.16232093

Time has not been kind to boxxy.

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TMF recovery begins now

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Sir I beg your pardon the image i posted is about stirring cream in to coffee.

>> No.16232106

SNSS call ended, it seemed like all good news to me. Question is, will it to other investors.

>> No.16232107

I wasnt trying to gamble I just wanted decent premiums for my calls why u go bankrupt 2 days after I buy dean fuck you

>> No.16232112

>$TLRY volatile despite a 400% jump in revenue

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Lol that question right after the first question. Had i listened to the amrn shill id be up, instead i listened to df shills

Did you buy shares or options?
I sold puts and bought a call. Almost $3,000 worth.

Pic very related unless something happens and i keep my money.

>> No.16232133

Think I can get away with half? Or is it just straight to 0? What about my covered calls?

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>gamble with small amounts relative to your portfolio
Exactly why my gains from AMRN’s insane 20% rally only nets me like $30. Shit sucks bruh.

>> No.16232151

i haven't a clue....

>> No.16232156

400% from last year the same quarter. Total revenue was still down more than expected

>> No.16232160

That’s cool, and they x6’d the weed they moved, but they HALVED PRICES and missed earnings by what, 60-70% EPS?

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Just bought shares. Something tells me that we're all gonna get /CHEAPIES'd/ hard soon.

>> No.16232219

thx m8. I hope you have AMRN. I've been shilling it here for a while.

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AMRN, Nothing seems to stand in its way now! Next stop the Ass kicking and the Holy Buyout. Yes its tempting to sell and run like hell now but hold fast, wait for the Holy Buyout. See your profit double. Its 20.x now, the Holy buyout would pump it to 40.x. Or after the stock rises even more after the ass kicking and final green light, you'd be getting 60 per me thinks.

P.S DF turned into a rather big old shat didn't it? Pity all those people who tossed in a lot of Green other day. Very real chance that Green's gone for good now.

P.S # 2- Surrender to the Fat Divvy!

>> No.16232253

Hope not too well, I sold $1 calls 11/15 and 12/20

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I’m very curious about these capital one “cafe’s” and stuff they’re talking about in the WSJ.

Apparently they’re experimenting with a more “chill” vibe. Helping customers open new accounts on iPads...

Bless you sir. A real shame they have you pushing paper and not managing those government pensions. As I said earlier, I’m very happy for you.

>> No.16232289

Gained 24.41% on AMRN alone. That's nothing compared to what's a coming. The Holy buyout would see that double

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How could I make such a bad decision

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>sold NBRV after holding it for months
>lost an assload of money on options, wanted to get my money out of there and put it into better things
>didnt realize earnings was today
>did good and spiked up a bit

Honestly I don't even know why I bother

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I agree.
>In MARINE trial, on average, along with diet changes, adults with very high triglycerides experienced a 33% reduction without raising LDL-C vs. placebo
These findings are so significant.
Here's a look at the scenario coming up:
If you control for the effectiveness of the drug when they go to FDA trail and look at their success rate, Amarin's results put them in the top 20th percentile (conservative estimate). With this in mind, I would say Amarin's drug is going to pass.

>> No.16232480


That sounds fucking stupid and asinine. McDonald’s gets a pass on turning restaurants into cafe’s because it’s already a food establishment, a bank isn’t and shouldn’t be a coffee house though.

>> No.16232510

Yeah but all banks should give you coffee and cookies already when you go there
So they might as well give you good coffee and good cookies
It means their employees at the branch get to enjoy good coffee too, so it's a win-win

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how much to make it?

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I'm a complete retard and for some reason I thought I could just set up an ETrade account and make money. I started out with a miserly $210 and have managed to fuck myself down to about $175.
So how bad exactly are JWCAF and TNK? Because I sure as fuck have no idea what I'm doing.

>> No.16232563

fuck, hopefully I can keep winning my option plays and get there.

>> No.16232571

why didn't I think about this.

>> No.16232597

Are you being sarcastic? I have saved my portfolio since I started supplementing with options.

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You gotta evolve your thinking a bit.

Exhibit 2: this new capital one commercial

>> No.16232637

Joke is on you I've fucked myself out of 1200 dollars, bet that is over 50 or 60 percent of my total investment.

Just learn from your mistakes. Eventually you will get numb and also work on becoming better. Read a lot more books and you can git gud.

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>as soon as trading resumes
Anon, I...

>> No.16232643

If I were you I would put some into:
>Chipotle (it will go up around 30% by this time next year because of their new drive through stores they're opening)

You can also play the dips on BA and Microsoft. But I think playing it safe is best. Also, find a way to make some NEET bux if you don't have a job so you can get more money in return for your investment.

If you can get 20k or 30k in your investment account, that would be very good.

>> No.16232657

No I'm serious, I think it's smart. Are you buying calls and puts? Or are you also doing covered calls and shorting companies?

>> No.16232671


That’s literally nothing compared to what people have lost learning the hard way. Which is the only way, unless you were born into a good wealthy family. I’ve never ever heard of those tickers so they must be somewhat bad.

>> No.16232708

Holy fuck I want one of these
Saudis are owned by no one. Look at how every country is tonguing their asshole right now. It’s unbelievable that no one talks about how powerful the Saudis are, I’m starting to think they actually run the world.

>> No.16232750

>20k or 30k
Yeah that would be great. I could use some of that white privilege sometime soon.

>> No.16232754
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Combo of calls and puts pic related is one of my trades from last week. My style is keep them small and quick but consistent. so far it has brought my folio from an all time low to an all time high.
I have not gotten into covered calls and I thought that buying puts is what people referred to as "shorting". Is shorting something other than buying puts?

>> No.16232766

Heh, very good day for me, hell even PINS is crawling up from the down spiral. MF funds have yet to update though but oh well. But at least DF is in talks already with someone to buy them. So maybe something can be salvaged from it. But normally shareholders get the shaft from these deals. Everyone else gets paid first.

>> No.16232774

>Laughter and optimism last night on smg
>Fear and uncertainty when trying to sleep
>bankruptcy very low chance but the thought crossed my mind when someone asked how much I can lose
>realistically half
>it literally files bankruptcy
>If I recommend buying TSLA calls?
>Sell stock and buy puts.

>If I recommend buying AMZN puts?
>Buy stock and/or buy calls.

>If I recommend selling BUD calls?
>Buy stock and/or buy calls.

>If I recommend selling MCD puts?
>Sell stock and/or buy puts.

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Oh god that picture.

>> No.16232797

Better to start slow and easy before dumping a lot over into it. Start out with a S&P fund first. That way at least your not tied to just one stock/market sector and your odds of making money improve. Hey at least you didn't be a dumb ass and get 200k in debt like some bright lad did (options turned on him big time)

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>wanna come over and wrench on an engine together? i just got a case of pabst and new engine hoist

>> No.16232825

Should I go all in on buy calls with 10k? I stand to lose about 3k to DF. Howver that is a notable amount. Time frame on the expiration date?

>> No.16232890

Yeah that was a goal I was giving you anon. Plan for the future and set goals. No need to be defensive unless you plan on never saving up that much money kek

Here are some more practical solutions:
If you're a neet, I would suggest working a wagie job, even minimum wage is fairly high depending on which state you live in desu. If you're not a NEET and you already have a job but are barely scrapping by, I would suggest looking at finding a niche community and filling a void there anon. Communities can be extremely lucrative.
Hope that helps, anon. And since your starting with around $175 I would suggest playing it safe. As you make money from the methods I told you about you can invest more into other stocks. But stick with something like Microsoft, and with the left over money buy YEXT or Amarin. Again, just play it safe for now until you get a handle on things. Even if Microsoft, YEXT, or Amarin go down 3% in a day, don't panic sell because that will lock in your losses. Better to wait a week and a half after a large loss that came out of no where because usually losses like that will recover over a period of 1 to 2 weeks.
Cheers m8.

>> No.16232958


I would at this point though I’m not sure I’d do it with calls

>> No.16232988
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Who is the biggest loser? GALT, Pendulum, or Galectin Therapeutics?

>> No.16232996

Well I'd expect AMRN stock to dip some, people taking the quick profit while it's there, you know. But 11/14 is the next meeting, which going from the news today looks to be a rubber stamp deal by the FDA. The real make or break meeting for AMRN comes on Dec 28th. They pass this, they have all the cards. Nothing can stop them. Profit out the ass is a lock for ten years. Luckily 70% of cases if a drug passes this advisory meeting with FDA (11/14) then they get approved by the FDA later (12/28). Again, the news today, the odds of getting that Green light are very very high now. If Big Pharma don't make an offer now or before the year is done, well they're fools. After Dec 28th the cost to buy AMRN shoots up tons. Make no mistake though, a Buyout will happen. To much Profit there to let just pass by.

>> No.16233008

What's the strike price and what's the date of expiration?
>My style is keep them small and quick but consistent
I was doing the same thing last year. Nice.
Yeah there's a few ways to short a company.
>short calls
>short selling
>buying puts
Those are all bearish moves someone can make.

For any anons looking to try it, I'd recommend short selling. This article explains it clearly:
>Short sellers borrow shares of stock that they do not own (typically from their broker’s street account) and sell those shares at the current market price. The goal is to re-buy those shares of stock at a lower price in the future and then return the borrowed shares to the lender. Short sellers are hoping they can profit off of the difference between the proceeds from the short sale and the cost of buying back the shares, referred to as short covering.
So you barrow the shares from a broker and sell them basically immediately, and then you buy the same amount of shares at the lower price later on and return it to the original broker. You're just making money on the difference.

Selling a call or buying a put are probably the more popular choices though.

>> No.16233015
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This is Ralph Scozzafava, the former CEO of Dean Foods and destroyer of shareholder value. Say something nice about him!

>> No.16233051

Estimates of how much money can be made from a buyout? I'm trying to figure out the ceiling here. Could the marketcap reach 18 billion?

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>> No.16233083

If Big Pharma does wait till after Dec 28th, sometime in the first part of 2020 would be the next deal window. Before the stock has a chance to move any higher. Remember, the avg price is 30, the high is 50. We're already past 20 now. There's no way it's gonna tank unless some real shady shit happens on the 28th. After Dec expect the stock to move even higher on the great news. The higher the price, the more Big Pharma pays out. The Fatter your baggie gets. To the tune of x 2 the stock price, whatever it may be at the time they ink the deal.

>> No.16233085


Ahh you must be the shill I ignored in favor of the DF shills. I can tell by your writing style.

Trying to decide but want them. Bad part is theyre really high on premium. Literally have to go down to $8 call strike to get it at barely current price when premium is taken into account.

>> No.16233090

Thanks for the cheapies, Ralph!

>> No.16233117

Reeeee whyd you wait until now to announce a bankruptcy. Why not last week! I saw the info (idk if true, remember seeing something but cant find it anymore) suggesting you guys had already considered filing bankruptcy for a few months! Reeeeee did you have high level insiders who were tipped off and slowlyy selling until yesterday!?

>> No.16233148

Space is 3d, right?
So is it more like a density change or is it bending into the 4th dimension?

>> No.16233174

Well my case If I sold now I'd walk away with over 17,000. Why'd I do that when I can wait for the Holy Buyout and get 40,000 - 48,000 instead. Now this is a real long shot, I seriously doubt it'd get this far but the high is 50 right, well a buyout would x 2 that, so I'd get 100 a share. 80,000.00

>> No.16233228


Think your head might be in the clouds a bit anon. Not all buyouts go parabolic. Google is buying fit and it topped out at 7 bucks and some change. I agree you could see 40,000+ bucks and I’m glad someone here is making it however

>> No.16233262

This. Sell you faggot before you end up as a bagholder

>> No.16233273

80,000.00 could be 1.4 million or 2.8 billion times 2 but after taxes probably only 2.2 billion but if you wait long times 3 turbo maybe a few trillion the same amount of Jews that were holocausted so 6 gorillion

>> No.16233278

Heh, yeah I know, that's why I said it was a real long shot. Still I'd be damn happy with 40,000. 48,000 is more likely (30 share price x 2 x 800). But hell, give me 40,000 and I'd sell in a heart beat.

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That’s the T-baby poster, he’s not really a shill. He’s just really, really excited about stocks. And he can’t stop dreaming about retirement. He’s made some good picks.

This move will almost certainly pull back, but that doesn’t mean it’s done.

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spacetime is 4d
you can google these kinds of things


>> No.16233347

>density change

>> No.16233350

>lost $700 on DF
Dont listen to the above anon. Shits fucked. It wont be above 1.95. Just dump what you have and try to save some equity. If theres anything left.

>> No.16233362

He looks like Steve carrell 15 years from now

>> No.16233401

I thought I was the only OKTA chad around here.

Chipotle, good call. Also in AMRN (thanks anon shill) and made some good money on SQ calls day after earnings, but not in it.

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So what do you guys think? Make back all the money I lost with DF on LCI?

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By my estimation it's not time to sell yet and definitely too early to start thinking about shorting the market if you're inclined in that direction. Trend remains intact with momentum health 'fair', dropped down from 'good', because of the early warning sign of the steady decrease in daily average volume.

For reference, muh momentum strength levels are, from best to worst:
>Holy shit why haven't you sold yet?

>> No.16233562

Nikkei down .4% is not a great sign
Cute eirika tho

>> No.16233604

Not sure which reply you're referring to.

>> No.16233624

>Ahh you must be the shill I ignored in favor of the DF shills. I can tell by your writing style.

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God damn it I bought the top again

>> No.16233733

It's pretty hard to be interesting when you have to move a 1600lb body around on skinny ass legs.

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If only he’d posted this before DF reported...

>> No.16233905

Zerohedge would never post shit in time because he's a clickbaiter. I can't wait to watch him claim he predicted the next crisis because he spammed about it for a fucking decade

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im thee bank inspector
You want capital one toured next then ok

>> No.16234015


Worth a shot. Lci will be back up this is a good buy opportunity

>> No.16234066

Yes please
The quality of their coffee and snacks is definitely in need of assessment, but also perhaps the staff and if they are employing effective tactics to win business. And if they have any clients there would also be of interest.

I wonder if the tellers are still in business style miniskirts, or if they’re full yoga pants now...

>> No.16234104

I just looked at the Santa Monica one on google, it looks like there’s an actual Peet’s coffee in the branch office.

They expect clients to PAY for coffee?! That’s absurd.

Don’t be a hero, no need to do the recon if it’s going to cost you real usd.

>> No.16234119

>he spammed about it for a fucking decade

>> No.16234156

theres no offices in my area anyway

>> No.16234369
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So what are we shorting netflix to?

>> No.16234374

Anyone buying 2 sig iron condors on SPY?

>> No.16234460

If it does another leg down, and the chart isn't clear on this yet but if it does, $230? Ish?

>> No.16234564

Has anyone here lost 40% of their equity in two weeks or less? How did you deal with it? It's like the past 6 months didnt even happen. All my gains gone with a loss and I'm about to be one of those guys who close the year without beating the market. I dont want to be that guy. All that work and research for shit

>> No.16234611

what did you do anon?

>> No.16234669

what annual personal rate of return does /smg/ consider to be acceptable?

>> No.16234764
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Yes! I took a couple weeks break from the market at that point and reassessed what led to the loss, how it could have been prevented, and ultimately decided my strategy was bad and I needed to make a new one, which I did.

Consider it your tuition on learning how to in to this bullshit.

>> No.16234841

If you can meet or beat the S&P you're doing well.

>> No.16234881

Are there any ladies in the house?

>> No.16234901


Are you drunk?

>> No.16234903

so 23%ish?
I've only been trading for half the year and am at 12.3%.

>> No.16234916

a little bit

>> No.16234923


Nigger it’s tuesday

>> No.16234929
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Never that much and never that fast. The most down I've ever been was 20% back in Dec last year. That's where I stopped buying garbage and put it all in ETFs and blue chips like T, MSFT, AAPL. I made it all back by not buying shit, but then I got too cocky and bought some motherfucking Dean Foods, and now I'll be out a $1000 tomorrow, heh. I really need to stop buying garbage just because it tanks.

>> No.16234946

Doing fine! Just keep in mind that if you're performing worse than the S&P you should consider whether it makes more sense to skip the individual stocks and just long SPY/equivalent or a 2x S&P tracking ETF.

>> No.16234948

I've got 40 bottles of whiskey and I intend to drink them

>> No.16234961

thanks for the advice

>> No.16235008
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How is /smg/ feeling about GE? Technicals seem to be trending positive, maybe a medium term swing?

>> No.16235036

It's gone up pretty far very fast already. Wait for pullback or if it makes a bull flag you could enter there.

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If by equity you mean the entire amount of money - liabilities than that is a lot of money.

>be me
>had about 60k a few months ago
>expect to be down to 50k by Monday >lost about $10k over the course of a month and a half (partially unrealized, could be about $7,000 if something plays out in my favor, realistically about $10,000 by Monday.)

I think it may be best if I just wait for an economic downturn at this point before investing.

>> No.16235078

Anyone get in on that APDN run today?

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>be me
>had about 60k in banks/cash combined a few months ago
>expect to be down to 50k by Monday
>lost about $10k over the course of a month and a half
>partially unrealized losses, could be about $7,000 if something plays out in my favor
>realistically about a $10,000 loss by Monday

I think it may be best if I just wait for an economic downturn at this point before investing.

>> No.16235091

the fuck did you buy

>> No.16235117
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What's the heaviest /smg/ has ever held?

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Based Schwab, not afraid to speak up against populist dreck. Wealth tax would cause so much bureaucratic bloat. If it happens I might start studying estate appraisal.

Looks like BABA bros are sitting pretty all of a sudden. Chinkshit bastards.

Put on about 30 pounds since February, trough to peak.

The fuck Even is this bullflag shit? Someone on fintwit was calling recent gold etf action a possible bullflag, just looks like lower lows and lower highs to me.

>> No.16235214

What did I do?
>anticipate good earnings from LCI so no need to sell my shares I've held from 5s and 6s
>LCI has good earnings, dumps anyway
>Tesla reports profit, stock gaps from 250 to 300 overnight
>smells fishy, buy $295 put when stock at $320
>comes out no real profit, just accounting tricks to mislead investors
>"hahaha I fucking knew it, time to make moolahs before holidays"
>tesla doesnt immediately crash on this news
>stock continues to surge now at $349
>Disney has great earnings as anticipated, and disney + release soon after
>had calls for 150 from month ago
>Disney spends a month crabbing between 129 and 131, surges to 140 on earnings and proceeds to sit at 136. Calls expire Friday
>decide I need conservative strategy to offset losses
>use remaining capital to buy 800 shares of DF and sell covered calls on 600 of them cause good premiums and maybe earnings surprise
>Dean Foods declared bankruptcy 2 trading days later
>KBLB continues to crab at 21c as it has done for 5 months
Tesla surging and LCI dumping on air is where most of it happened. But I could handle it because maybe disney or KBLB would bail me out and I could make some income from covered calls to rebuild capital and enter new positions. All failed. Went from being highly profitable for the year to losses.

>> No.16235222

...you’re the ror poster

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>The fuck Even is this bullflag shit?
If the price goes sideways near the recent top for a few days to a week or so or more (there's no specific time frame) that's a bull flag. Pic related. Bull flags and bear flags are among the more reliable candle formations, as candle formations go.

>> No.16235249

Digits confirm. Hear me ror

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looks like a weak buy signal atm and will go down soon based on Stochastic. It's already close to hitting it's resistance line. I haven't done my homework on the company, but unless there's something news worthy on the way to push it up higher than this isn't a good buy.

>> No.16235265

Also note that there is a volume component to these patterns. There should be big volume on the initial spike up (the flag pole) and then volume should drop significantly when price is crabbing around near the upper 25% of it.

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>> No.16235303

Anyone got good dividend stocks that they like? Im already invested in MO and am looking for other ones similar to it. Also any stocks that they are willing to gamble on? I got involved with jumia post ER today.

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RMCF has a 5.6% dividend wowow crazy

>> No.16235392

Companies in S&P make significant part of their revenues from around the world so you should be fine.

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>> No.16235405

>360 locations
>51M market cap
not bad
I will initiate buy program unless it gaps up hard

>> No.16235461

How much of the float are you personally holding?
I fucking knew it.

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Thanks bro, I'll keep an eye out for a flag


Good info, thanks. I had my screener looking at 3mo and RSI/MACD looked tempting. I'll probably pass.

>> No.16235476

Is British tobacco ever going to give me a good entry, or should I just look to imperial or Japan tobacco instead?

Indian tobacco stonks also if interest, the way they were so quick to shut out vapes leads me to believe they’re VERY protectionist over their baccy

>> No.16235488

China too now that I think about it, but I don’t trust their stocks. And investing in China is like treason.

>> No.16235536

It's still too expensive unless you have some optimistic insight about it. The dividend payout is higher than 100% of the prior year's EPS. P/E is over 20. The best argument I can think of is the hope that someone will come along and buy the company at a steep premium, but that's somewhat doubtful.

>> No.16235649

That's a valid concern, but I wouldn't counsel investing in foreign indices. As a rule foreign stocks are for losers, and USA is number 1. I don't say that to preclude all foreign investment whatsoever, only that it ought to be done with more care and scrutiny. Rather than just investing some arbitrary percentage in some generic foreign fund, brushing off your hands, saying you are now sufficiently diversified, be more discriminating and choose more targeted funds or individual concerns according to what you think will perform well. We should also diversify our domestic holdings as well. Rather than 100% in some SPX fund, a good strategy would be to keep a 401k (which you should be fully-funding up to your employer's match) 100% on a SPX fund, and your IRA in 100% LCI common stock. That way LCI will juice your returns, but you won't totally lose your shirt if the Democrats get in power and put LCI out of business.

>> No.16235662

We live in a global market now. It's moronic not to be invested internationally.

>> No.16235670

PHUN. I need a new rule-of-thumb, like never buy anything that isn't marginable or something.

>> No.16235694

>We live in a global market now. It's moronic not to be invested internationally.
>t. Jumia shareholder

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bti range is a buy at 35 and a sell @ 37 Im not interested in the sector at the moment

thats because they had shitty revenue this year giving you a chance to /buylow/ and blah blah blah. Look at volume if anon marketbuys I can make my 1 percent so leave me alone and let me make some godamn money!!

>> No.16235741

I really like the look of KHC. Dividens yield is okay. Debt is high (I think), but money is free now. They'll be able to refinance all their debt at negative rates and get paid to borrow more money. People are saying stupid stuff about them like how people only eat organic, "natural" foods. That's obviously false, and besides, Kraft had the best macaroni and cheese product on the market, and they even reformulated the recipe to use all "natural" ingredients for anyone who cares. There is just no way that Kraft won't be here in 50 years. The company has all the ingredients to succeed.

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Friendly Reminder for frens

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Heinz is like Kraft but better. Kraft is the weaker side.
(like how Frito and Gatorade are the chads of the Pepsico family, and Pepsi is the one struggling)

>> No.16235797

Don’t underestimate buble...
But god yes the Frito-Lay is an absolute killing machine, those flaming hot everythings are straight up addictive.

>> No.16235835

>Buys shit milk
Ok guy but just remember, trash in, trash out.

>> No.16235865

According to Yahoo, revenue has been declining each year since Feb. 2016. Revenue is down roughly 15% total over that time.

I'm not saying you're weong, but I think people are underestimating the strength of Kraft's products.

>> No.16235868

>Invest internationally
No, because I don't trust the big international players right now. IE China.
I've made a nice small portfolio of companies that do very little to no business with South East Asia (except for Japan), that I'm happy with.

>> No.16235925

Hong Kong stock market HSI index dropped another 2% as the situation further escalate last night and disrupted the city's normal operation today

>> No.16235941

I wouldn't invest in GE.
Long-term: They have under performed in an economic boom and they took a huge hit in recession.
This controversy with their books is not going away. I have no confidence in the management. NO BUY

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I'm getting the feeling Blackberry might wind up shooting up and becoming my best trade all year. And I will be shouting abuse at it about how it sucks and how it was a speculative smol trade to begin with and I should have been stopped out on it ages ago. ...meanwhile I'm up 9% on it as of today and it hasn't even broken bullish yet.

stupid China

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how to say

in mandarin?

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>> No.16235975

nice. I'm going to put this in a txt file and use it from now on
2020 is the year of the Japanese gf, so I need to learn some chinky language to be able to communicate with her

>> No.16235983

I learned Mandarin.
Learn other languages for fun, but if English isn't your first language, then all other languages are memes.

>> No.16235989


You need to diversify your bonds, nigga

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What’s up with this “msci” thing. Some folks with the TA think it’s time for more uppy ups.

Japan is breaking the fuck out and you should buy the dip.

>> No.16236020

What, sir, do you think are the most promising Japanese stocks?

>> No.16236054

>uppy ups
It could break out. Seems like the bulls are going to try anyway.

>> No.16236061

This is why I buy equity from now on. I always fuck up the timings on things, options are too specific for me to be right.

>> No.16236069

Fuck if I know.
I like my nintendies and I just bought some of a financial called Sumitomo Mitsui that Morningstar recommended and is one of the biggest holdings in the Japanese value etf. But it’s very much a yolo wtf just do it play.

>> No.16236073

>mfw people call Bloomy T's "bloomberg terminals"
stop doing that

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Just bought a bag of ET. News heads are saying corruption allowed their new pipeline to get built but in reality PA residents just really like their Natural Gas divvies. ATL after close and free money for tomorrow. Plus Trumps EPA is a nerf gun agency

>> No.16236080

you read my post on /g/ you fag

>> No.16236170

ok Im sorry for yelling at you

>> No.16236281


I’ve been looking at it hard, solid buy man good job.

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holy fuck, SPY weekly options is literally FREE MONEY. I got in at just the right time. Might try to automate some of this trading....

>> No.16236410

why does amd have such an absurdly high eps ratio and what does it mean

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>decide I need conservative strategy to offset losses
>use remaining capital to buy 800 shares of DF

I like you.. but throwing all your money at a ever sinking penny stock is not a "conservative strategy"

>> No.16236570


Doing weekly calls or calls and puts combined? Looks volatile enough to work

>> No.16236603

If you want to limit risk you can buy 5 puts. That way if it tanks you can get value out of your shares.

>> No.16236610

>I invested in DF

>> No.16236617

Keep df in hopes of another company buying their bankrupt ass as an easy in to become a publicly traded company. Then make Bank off of their bad decision to buy a failed company.

>> No.16236681

Means they made a crap ton of money, even when you divide it by the amount of shares they have in circulation. Hence the high EPS, or earnings per share.

>> No.16236757

just short term directional stuff - calls and puts only. I've developed an iron condor strat that is working okay but i find the simpler the better.

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based filtered bro
glad you're still here

>> No.16236817

Does someone understand wtf is going on with ROKU? They inflated, pullled back, retraced and pulled back again, looks like it just wants to go up. So its based on the condition that they'll suddenly start offering 'all in one' packages and their subscribers will jump or what? This stock is a complete enigma to me, even though i've traded it a lot.

>> No.16236903

or maybe I'm just looking for more explanations than needed because i've never seen such long lasting optimism on stock like this.

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>> No.16237008

Good evening. I'm not making a trip, but I have half a mind to as I think some of you are all right. I have my "sources" I have been following for a few years and they're never wrong. Anyway, don't go flat or short if you have a leveraged long YET. I'm going to update when that changes (exit long).

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>decide I need conservative strategy to offset losses
>use remaining capital to buy 800 shares of DF

>> No.16237021

Indian anon here. I'm long ITC. My family owns millions of dollars of stake. It's a 100 year old company and has grown 28% in stock price for the last 20 years.

They are moving into FMCG by deploying a part of their crazy cash flows. Govt of India owns a large stake in the company through its proxies so they would do anything to protect the company.

>> No.16237057

you're exactly the poster I was hoping would answer this. I will look into it.

>> No.16237108

What’s LCI? As in lannett company? What’s so special about them?
I’m a eurofag

>> No.16237109

I don't know what the not-rude way to say this is:
I would have to be impossibly desperate to burn and inhale anything that comes from India. I mean damn

I actually really like like their logo though. Feels like it was made by some honest businessperson, not a marketer.

>> No.16237131

Doesn’t sound like the thesis is exporting. The thesis is that there’s probably a shitload of customers already in India, and the government has created a moat for to prevent foreign competition from competing in the marketplace. And people love smoking. You could say it’s habit forming.

>> No.16237137

its a almost decent company that had some problems, got shorted the fuck out (like as short as possible), recently reported some progress, dropped even further, anons screaming and scramblin, feelings got hurt, losses were made, some won't give up (which makes sense) and by looking at the price, I guess that a lot of shorts are gone now.

>> No.16237140

Fast moving consumer goods. They are also building hospitals, luxury hotels and venturing into agritech. I see these as vanity projects, where they are deploying small amounts of capital.

Most of their operating cashflows are being invested into FMCG. Basically everyday consumer products like chips, biscuits, frozen foods, chocolates, perfumes etc. Much of India's growth is consumer driven growth so good place to invest. Plus the govt. has cut tax rates massively. Do note that you will have to be patient. This is a long term story. The stock price hasn't moved in 5 years. My family has held the company for decades.

They are a 100 year old company and market cap of around 50 billion $.

>> No.16237146

and i suppose that a lot of anons here bought in at 8-9 range, holded to 15, didnt sell, and now they are back to 8

>> No.16237151

aren't they running out of water, reall fuckin fast-like?
I'm not an expert on the sub-continent, I don't have any India-specific investments

hey are you lads running out of water or nah? are water prices increasing or is tap water quality decreasing?

>> No.16237159

THats news to me. Though I understand they are heating up. It looks like they’ll be one of those hit heavily by climate change, and should expect higher and higher temperatures.

>> No.16237161

yeah, but isn't there some quite serious problems in india currently? from what i've read - a lot of indian companies have no problem to fuck the little man (unfinished real estate, interest rates etc.)

>> No.16237162

No issues where I live. Most of the issues are local in nature due to poor infrastructure, but they'll get rectified eventually.

>> No.16237170

Hey that’s pretty cool. I haven’t been paying too much attention lately, but it sounds like Modi has made a pivot from his tone deaf attitude towards India, and is being more business friendly.

I’m curious about how his currency reform has worked, sounded bold and a little bit reckless.

>> No.16237175

Okay, and why would it be put out of business by democrats?

>> No.16237179

That doesn’t sound like a problem for big business...

His tone deaf attitude towards Indian business, is what that should say

>> No.16237181

Not really. Real estate market deserves a slowdown. Boomers made tons of money in it. Thanks to them buying a 3 bedroom flat in Mumbai costs more than a million USD. How on earth is that sustainable in India?

I can get around 6% in my bank deposit, 7.5% with fixed deposits or upto 12% in govt bonds(all local currency). Subtract that with 3.5% to get rates in USD.

>> No.16237190

Because they will probably require mandatory research tax, introduce drug price limits and what not. U haven't paid attention to politics?

>> No.16237192

>I’m curious about how his currency reform has worked
Reckless. It has caused a huge slowdown in the economy, but India long term is a consumer bull run. Even in the worst slowdown in the last 10 years, ITC delivered a 6% volume growth and 35% net profit growth.

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>caught up and overtook index (ASX300 accum / VAS)
gonna make it lads

>> No.16237204

>That doesn’t sound like a problem for big business
yeah, sure, because consumer financial situation doesn't matter, boomer

>> No.16237226

>His tone deaf attitude towards Indian business, is what that should say
Look 20 years back India was almost a fully commie country, with 95% taxation for the rich. You can't expect change overnight, Modi or not. It'll take time. Most of Indian growth will be in consumer spending. Per capita income is growing in double digits on average for the last few years. I own consumer stocks or proxy consumer stocks in India and Google/Facebook in US.

>> No.16237235

It’s a generic drug company, not the stuff the Dems want to get rid of, and not the stuff trump has been bashing in regards to high priced drugs from big pharma.

Political action could help them because generics help keep prices down, but that’s very likely. Most likely is it’s a non issue.

Some people here are so simple minded, it’s like they short circuit if you go against their political narrative. It’s the other side of the coin for TDS.

As long as the people can still wage slave themselves into the grave to afford rickshaw rides and chicken tendies, it really doesn’t matter in the short-medium term.

>> No.16237237

Also speciality chemicals/biotech stocks are doing well in India but I don't understand the sectors they operate in so stay away.

>> No.16237248

I like that thesis and it makes sense if we look at what’s happening in the US and China.

What are your favorites? Have Indians gotten into gaming yet? Why aren’t they all buying more quality games for their Nintendo™ Switches?
Also interesting

>> No.16237266

Nicely done!

>> No.16237281

>Have Indians gotten into gaming yet?
Gaming has exploded so has social media like TikTok. Both are only restricted to mobile. Nintendo doesn't even officially sell Switch in India. You have to buy it from importers.

In India software = mobile. Everyone has extremely cheap LTE(I pay 1$/month for unlimited LTE, calling, SMS) and Chinese mobile phones(likes of Oppo, Xiaomi, Oneplus).

I own ITC, Syngene(pharma contract outsourcing company), Thyrocare(diagnostics company with asset lite business model) and Cera(toilet making company that has had explosive growth kek). There are some wonderful businesses in consumables but they are trading at insane valuations. I like Titan and Asian Paints too but they are trading at 70-80 P/E. Look at Diageo and Unilever. You can buy them in US/UK market. A large amount of their growth is from developing markets like India.

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>decide I need conservative strategy to offset losses
>use remaining capital to buy 800 shares of DF and sell covered calls on 600 of them cause good premiums and maybe earnings surprise
>Dean Foods declared bankruptcy 2 trading days later
my condolences here the updated version

>> No.16237297

>Some people here are so simple minded, it’s like they short circuit if you go against their political narrative. It’s the other side of the coin for TDS.
well, thanks and big ups to media, can't even comprehend the potential that has been wasted trying to divide the people

>> No.16237319

>buying df a conservative strategy
damn, its interesting how interpretation of a term works

>> No.16237340

Somebody $ptn here?
How was er?

>> No.16237401

To add consumer banks are doing very well. Bajaj Finance is growing at 50% for the past 10 years or so. HDFC also doing very well. But I don't understand financials so don't buy them. My family portfolio has HDFC bank in large quantities. Family portfolio is managed by my grandpa.

One word of caution before investing in India or EMs: There is a lot of fraud and junk so you need to be extremely careful and stock specific. If you have any queries just shoot them across on /smg/. I regularly end up browsing threads here and will reply if I see any India specific queries.

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